Riverbrook Regional Y Gymnastics Training Center (Wilton, CT)

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    2018 SUMMER AT THE GYMNASTICS CENTER>

    Tiny Tumblers (parent/child class)
    One or two coaches lead while parents interact with their children and teach them development skills utilizing all our equipment. An obstacle course is set up and toddlers learn very basic gymnastics skills, including rolls, jumps and balance.

    Rollers 2.5 – 3.5 years old
    Your little one will develop independence in this 45 minute class, while participating in games, songs, running, jumping, and increasing hand-eye coordination. Your child will learn a variety of developmentally appropriate gymnastics skills in a safe, kid-friendly, environment. After the first class we encourage you to drop off but the choice is yours.

    Flippers 3.5 – 4.5
    A little older than the Rollers, these students are starting to know the ropes and are ready to move on to bigger and better things. Although the skill differences are sometimes tough to see, it is the listening and directional skills that provide for a more advanced learning experience. As guided free play will start this class, many of the same gymnastics skills and concepts from previous level classes are used but enhanced, improved upon and perfected. Instructors will be working on the proper mechanics of rolling forward and backward, handstands, beginner cartwheels as well and the basic fundamentals on bars vault and beam. This class is also 45 minutes long.

    Twisters 4.5 – 5 years old
    In this 45 minute class we still have a guided free play. We will work on the fundamentals of gymnastics, correcting their form and technique. Your child will learn to develop and advance their gymnastics talents. This class is a step in to the world of gymnastics. Here they will challenge themselves to be stronger mentally and physically, more flexible and more determined!

    Kindergarten 5.5 – 6 years old(must be in Kindergarten)
    This 45 minute class is more structured and teaches the basic gymnastics skills. A more advanced level from the Twisters class. This class will have a dedicated stretch time and a minimal free play. An introduction to progressive gymnastics focusing on introducing the 4 events, Floors, Bar, Beam and vault.

    Progressive gymnastics for ages 6–10
    An hour long class that teaches the basic skills used in gymnastics in a fun and safe manner. Improving natural abilities of new and previously learned skills in an intimate group of children at the same ability level. Your child can learn easily, no matter what his/her ability is! Cartwheels, forward & backward rolls, donkey kicks, and bridges are some of the fun, basic gymnastics skills that your child will learn. Skills on the bars, beam, and vault will also be introduced. Your child will learn a variety of developmentally appropriate gymnastics skills in a safe, kid-friendly, environment.

    Pre-Team Gymnastics
    This program is for girls who are expressing a serious interest in gymnastics. Gymnasts entering this program should have some prior experience and will be evaluated by the coaching staff. Required skill include handstand, cartwheel, back bend and splits.

    Note: Participants must be Full Y members.

    Competitive Gymnastics Team

    Pre-Requisite: Pre-Team Gymnastics
    Join the fun and challenges of being part of a team! All competitive gymnasts will be evaluated by the coaching staff to determine individual level according to USAG compulsory guidelines. The Riverbrook Regional Y Gymnastics Team competes in levels 4 through 10 in both the YMCA and USAG competitions.

    Note: Participants must be Full Y members.

    Open Gym hours at the Gymnastics Center!
    Monday & Thursday 12:00-1:00PM

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    GYMNASTICS TEAM MANUAL>

    Please call the gymnastics center 203-529-3636 if you have any questions or email dlevander@riverbrookymca.org

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