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New to our Programs? Try a free Intro Class!
Ages 6+ / 30 minutes
Our intro class does 2 things:
√ Shows YOU what Gymja is all about √ Shows US which level to place you in for future classes
You will get a taste of the 3 disciplines we offer:
√ Ninja: Obstacle Course Training √ Parkour: The Art of Movement √ Acrobatics: Flips/Trampoline Skills
When you’re done you’re welcome to try a full class before deciding which membership option is right for you.
Obstacle Course Training is not only a good physical workout, it also challenges the mind! Classes are designed to build upper body strength, lower body explosivity, as well as balance and coordination through a variety of obstacles. Swinging from rings, striding through the quintuple steps, and floor-is-lava like balance courses are the norm! And don’t forget the Warped Wall!!
The Art of Movement. Learning how to run, jump and climb in the most efficient (or flashy) ways possible. Getting from Point-A to Point-B is the goal, and there may be some things in your way. Vaulting over objects, sticking precise landings, and just learning how to take the fall without getting hurt is what Parkour is all about.
Flips, trampoline skills, and overall aerial awareness. Our non-traditional “gymnastics” style classes focus on how to safely do some cool tricks, along with building a strong core, and body awareness. Class is held primarily on our carpet-bonded foam spring floor, and our Olympic style trampoline.
Level 1: This group is generally 6-7 years old. Anyone learning proper movement techniques, finding their balance, and still working on just hanging from a bar. We will focus heavily on teaching these students how to use their bodies properly, and learn the very basics of each discipline.
Level 2: 7-9 year olds are usually placed here. With a general understanding of how to move, fine-tuning those basics is the goal here.
Level 3: This is where Skill starts playing a bigger role than Age. 10-14 years old is the average age-range in this level, but having a clear understanding of following directions and pushing limits will place a student in this level.
Level 4: 15-17 year olds with prior training and the drive to be a better athlete all-around fit into this level.