Recreational Classes


From babies through adults, boys and girls, we have classes for them to learn gymnastics skills and have fun. Classes run monthly with age-appropriate lessons. Our gymnastics Nastics programs use themes such as letters, concepts and holidays incorporated into daily classes to stimulate their imaginations! Participants are working on skill acquisition through our skill tracking cards; view your child's progress through your Parent Portal under skills. All participants will have a chance to earn ribbons for skill mastery, over 20 awards to achieve and collect!  

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Class Descriptions for 'Nastics  (6 months-5 years) Fit By Five.

‘Nastics Preschool/Kindergarten

Program-Evenings or Saturdays Mornings

Babynastics (ages 6 months -3 years)

Little ones will work on core strength, hand eye coordination, fine motor development, and more!  Toddlers will try obstacle courses and stations through different gymnastics events to learn the fundamentals of the sport. They will attempt some of the same things as Totnastics, just with the help of a parent. This is a great way to prepare for independent classes!

Totnastics (ages 2.5-3)
Totnastics will work on beginner skills on all of the apparatus through games, stations and activities. Preschoolers love the trampoline and the foam pit! Independent from Mom and Dad, Totnastics is a great first exposure to a solo structured class. Kids will have fun all while building physical skills and confidence.

Kidnastics (ages 4-5)
Kidnastics starts to focus more on skill acquisition, goal achievement and practicing teamwork. Classes are one hour and will balance fun and physical challenge. Kids work on tumbling, high beam development, dynamic vaulting and strength for bar progressions. Once the Nastics 1 card is complete, Nastics students will be eligible for the next level card.

Ninja-nastics (ages 4-5)
Does your little one use your couch like a jungle gym? If you're looking for a safe and creative way to burn off some of that extra energy, come join in our training for the junior ninjas out there. This class combines tumbling, climbing, obstacles on the Ninja Rig, warped wall and spider climb to increase body awareness, coordination, and agility. Every Ninja level card has different course challenges with new goals to reach.


Class Descriptions for Big Kid program (ages 5-17) Attitude determines your altitude.

Big Kid Program-Evenings or Saturday Mornings

The school-age classes focus more on skill development. They will also have fun, active games and challenges but will focus on goals for skill achievement. These classes have age divisions to ensure the right amount of challenge leading to success. Once they master the basics they will be asked to move into the intermediate classes and from there to the advanced.

Rec 1/2 (ages 6+)
The Big Kid Program classes have higher expectations than the younger levels because they naturally have better coordination, body awareness and listening skills. Games and activities are still a part of every class. Drills, coach assistance and repetition will help them master the gymnastics fundamentals.

Rec 3/4 (ages 6+)
Once a child has mastered all beginner skills, they will be invited to the Intermediate level. With a solid foundation, harder skills such as back walkovers, front handsprings and back extension rolls can be achieved. Vault, Bars and Beam training will also advance to more difficult tricks.

Rec 5/6 (ages 6+)
These are our most advanced recreational classes. Students will work on harder tumbling such as front and back handsprings and full passes in addition to using the table vault, high beam tumbling and circling skills on bars.

Homeschool Fitness (ages 5+)
For our Homeschool community we blend everything our gym has to offer to create a well-rounded physical education. Students will work on gymnastics, trampoline and sports performance training to develop all around strength, speed, coordination and flexibility all while having fun with their peers!

Ninja Training 1/2 (ages 6+)
These classes combines tumbling, climbing, obstacles on the Ninja Rig, warped wall and spider climb to increase body awareness, coordination, and agility. This class combines tumbling, climbing, obstacles on the Ninja Rig, warped wall and spider climb to increase body awareness, coordination, and agility. Is your child literally bouncing off the walls? Then this energetic opportunity may be exactly what he or she needs! Every Ninja level card has different course challenges with new goals to reach. For those looking to train for Ninja Competitions, check out our options for the VEGA Ninja Stars Team Training.

Tumbling Classes Levels 1-5  (ages 6+)

This class is for gymnasts or cheerleaders or those who just want to work on tumbling skills. Tumbling classes will include a proper warm up and stretch to prepare the body to begin to drill skills for Levels 1-5. Participants will be taught a variety of drills to help the gain tumbling skills. Athletes will move on to new skills after certain skills have been perfected. Attendance is extremely important and results are cumulative. Come learn some new skills with your friends or cheer teammates.

Class Descriptions for Adult Programs (ages 17+)  

Adult Gymnastics (ages 17+)

Have you been watching your kiddos during class and want to give it a shot yourself? Whether you were a past gymnast, athlete, or a total beginner, all are welcome to join! We will be working on all levels of skills on floor, bars, beam and vault at an appropriate speed and level of intensity. Spaces are limited so sign up quick!

Adult Conditioning (ages 17+)
Want to train like a gymnast? Try the conditioning methods using body weight that are used in gymnastics. Suitable for all fitness abilities, workouts will be custom made based on your level. You will feel the burn!

Adult Ninja (ages 17+) 

Ever wonder if you can make it to the top of our Warped Wall? The Spider Climb or Salmon Ladder? We have now expanded our Ninja Program to new and experienced athletes of all ages. Are you up for the challenge?