Pre-School Drop in
Children walking to 6 years with their parent explore all the sights, sounds and colors in our gymnastic world at their own pace. Pre-School Drop In sessions run Every Monday and Thursday 10:00-11:30 from October to May except on Statutory Holidays.
PARENT AND TOT PROGRAM
Little gymnasts explore all the sights, sounds and colors in our gymnast world together with an adult family member under the direction of a Coach and eventually advance to more basic fine motor skills, gross motor skills and social skills.
Preschool gymnastics develops age appropriate fundamental movement patterns such as power, strength, balance, endurance, coordination, agility, spatial orientation, landings, rotations, springs, swings, locomotions, stationary positions and flexibility. The skills and techniques are performed on multiple surfaces and age appropriate heights.
Recreational gymnastics develops fundamental movement patterns such as power, strength, balance, endurance, coordination, agility, spatial orientation, landings, rotations, springs, swings, locomotions, stationary positions and flexibility. The skills and techniques are performed on Uneven Bars, Balance, Beam, Vault and Floor.
Rhythmic gymnastics is a beautiful sport that combines gymnastics, dance, and apparatus handling. It has been an Olympic Sport since 1984 and Canada’s own Lori Fung won the Gold Medal in the first year of Olympic Competition! Rhythmic gymnasts develop fundamental gymnastics skills, including, landings, locomotions, balances, springs, and rotations all performed on a carpeted floor. They also learn apparatus manipulation (ribbons, hoops, ropes, balls, scarves, etc.) as well as flexibility, musicality/rhythm and teamwork. Recreational gymnasts will work through the skills and levels of the Sask Rhythm program.
SPORT FOUNDATION PROGRAM
This program is for athletes from all sports to enhance their abilities.
Entrance into the Pre-Competitive program is based on a Trial Evaluation. If you are interested in becoming part of the Pre-Competitive program, Trial forms are available at the gym to be filled out and dropped off at the office.
Following the Canada wide Junior Olympic Program Levels 1 & 2, athletes train to develop compulsory skills and routines to experience competition.
UNEVEN BARS which involves executing a series of swings, circles and continuity that require great strength and coordination.
BALANCE BEAM entails the performance of a choreographed routine consisting of leaps, poses, acrobatic skills as well as dance elements.
VAULT involves various running, jumping and landing skills on various heights and difficulty levels.
FLOOR EXERCISE consists of various forms of rotations, balances, leaps, and poses demonstrating flexibility, strength, control and power.
Following the Canada wide Junior Olympic Program Levels 3-10, Gymnasts are placed in levels according to their ability and age and can compete Provincially.
XCEL is an alternative competitive program offering individual flexibility to coaches and gymnasts. The goal is to provide gymnasts of varying abilities and commitment levels the opportunity for a rewarding competitive gymnastics experience.