Tiny Tumblers (Boys & girls)
2 years only : 30 Minutes
This is stepping stone class to introduce children to social independence & working in a group environment. Helps reduce separation anxiety, fun and development of self confidence is encouraged throughout the class
Tumble Tots (Boys & girls)
2 ½ – 4 years : 45 Minutes
Our tumble tots classes help children develop body awareness, coordination, balance, strength & flexibility. We introduce children to basic obstacle courses, balancing work, climbing, jumping & gymnastic rolls.
Tumble Bugs (Boys & girls)
4 + years: 45 Minutes
Our Tumble bugs learn the basic elements on Vault, Uneven Bars, Beam and Floor, and focus on gross motor skills, basic rolls and gymnastics stretches.
Recreational Gymnastic Classes (Boys & girls)
7+ Years: 1 hour
Children develop and continually improve their strength, flexibility, posture, balance, coordination, and self-esteem while developing new gymnastic skills.
10+yrs: 1 hour
We also have 10+yrs classes for older children who enjoy class with their peers & this class also feeds into our teenage gymnastic classes
7+yrs: 1 Hour
Special class geared towards boys, helping encourage strength, balance & co-ordination through obstacle courses, floor, bar tumbling & vault training.
13+ yrs: 1hour 30 minutes
Teen gym caters for teenagers who want to stay active. The class encourages participants to get fit & strong while developing social skills by helping and motivating each other.
We have a drop & go system for all structured classes & parents must not stay & watch as it can be very distracting & inhibits a child’s progress. Children will not be allowed to join class if they are more than 5 minutes late due to the health & safety aspect of missing out on the warmup
As a members of Gymnastic Ireland we adhere to the Code of Ethics & Good practise for youth in sport in Ireland (Code of Ethics)
18+ years: 1 hour 30 minutes
A fun alternative to keeping fit. Our classes will encourage core strength and flexibility. Come along and learn a new skill or practice an old one. For more information click here