Sometimes gymnastics is a challenge and we need a little extra practice time. Sometimes fear gets in the way of our progress. Sometimes our schedules just don’t work with group classes, but we really don’t want to miss a full semester of gymnastics!
Private lessons are a great way for athletes to get in extra practice on a specific skill or event that is challenging them. This can be working through a fear in a calm 1:1 environment, perfecting that pesky cartwheel, or an extra session of trampoline because we just love tumbling! During private lessons, students have the opportunity to work 1:1 with a coach to set specific goals and work towards them. That goal always includes fostering a love for gymnastics and fitness!
*Our lobby is closed to all parents and visitors in an effort to limit the amount of foot traffic entering the building. Once your child has completed their health screening, goodbye hugs and special handshakes will happen at the foot of the ramp before they enter our facility. Viewing of the gym is easily accessible from our windows on 50th Avenue.
Private lessons are a great way to learn new skills, overcome an event fear, or just get a great workout. Our coaches can help you through any of the Olympic events, as well as strength and conditioning training. Open to all bodies and levels of experience.
Whether you're a former gymnast or a total beginner our adult private lessons will have you channeling your inner Olympic gymnast. Beam, Bars, Trampoline, Rings, and Aerial Silks are available for you to master.
Lessons are available Tuesdays and Thursdays after 7pm and Saturdays after 4:30pm
We offer sensory friendly privates for children with Autism, sensory processing difficulties, learning disabilities, ADHD, and a variety of other needs that require a calm environment.
Our coaches will work one-on-one with the student to give them the best experience in the gym. These lessons are scheduled when the gym is empty or has minimal programming going on to ensure a calm and comfortable environment. We begin with a 30-minute lesson and add additional time as the student progresses.