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Cubs (16-20 months)

Our Cubs 16-20 months class will introduce your little one to a structured class in a gentle way. This is the perfect time to focus on grip, taking turns, hand/eye coordination, and exploration. Special attention is given to stimulate the vestibular system (the inner ear system responsible for balance, spatial orientation, and coordinating movement with balance), with an extra focus on fun! Once you get going your little cub won’t ever want to leave the gym (but you do have to take them with you when you leave ;p).

 

Your coach will start with five minutes of play-time to warm up your child's body and make everyone feel comfortable and safe. Following playtime is a five minute age appropriate stretch routine and then you’re off to your events (Bars, Beam, Trampoline)! You’ll spend ten minutes at each event where your coach will guide you, and your cub, through a child-friendly circuit. After the hard work is done there will be five minutes of free exploration time, then bubbles and stamps to send you on your way! 

 

Children in this class must be accompanied by a parent, guardian, or caregiver, and it is interactive for both the child and adult.

Choose your 45-minute once a week class for the Fall 2022 Session (September 12th - December 17th)

  • Your child must be 16mo by September 12th

  • We do not offer trial classes or drop-ins

  • For more information on our policies, view our FAQs

If a class is full, you can sign up for the waitlist via the registration link above.

Current Session: Spring 2022 | April 25th - June 17th

Upcoming Session: Fall 2022 | September 12th - December 17th

Here is what your child will be working on in class: 

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Bars/Rings

 

3 swings

Toes to bar

Reach and swing

Hang, walk feet up wall

Beam

 

Mount

Walk w/ grown up

Balance independently

Jump to SLP

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Floor/Trampoline

Jumping

Forward roll

Log roll

Tree fall

Cognitive

 

Follow circuits

Taking turns

Copy positions