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Recreational Gymnastics

Monday to Saturday classes Available

Rose City Gymnastics offers recreational programs for children of all abilities and aged 18 months to 18 years.

From our Parent and Tot classes, Gym Mini Crickets, Girls & Boys Recreational, Trampoline & Tumbling, Advanced Recreational and Teen Gym.

Recreational Gymnastics

Women's Travel Teams

Monday to Sunday classes Available

The philosophy of the women’s program is for all young female athletes to experience the excitement of gymnastics and to reach their full potential in whatever level possible. The program stresses the importance of gymnastics, specifically strength and flexibility, along with promoting peer interaction, self-reliance and a strong work ethic.

Womens Artistic Programs

Tumbling Travel Teams

Monday to Sunday classes Available

The philosophy of the tumbling program is to allow experienced athletes an alternative to artistic gymnastics (men’s or women’s) or the inexperienced athlete an opportunity to be introduced to the sport of gymnastics through power tumbling.

Tumbling Gymnastics

Recreational Gymnastics

Prices are for a 10 week session

Parent & Tot (ages 18 mths-3 yrs) 45 min class – $89.00

Parents and children will explore the basics of movement, balance and body awareness. The class offers a fun atmosphere, complete with music, circuits and games. Focus will be on exploring the six dominant movement patterns used in gymnastics: statics, landings, rotations, swings, springs and locomotions.

Gym Mini Crickets (ages 3-4 yrs) 45 min class – $89.00

(Child required to use restrooms independently) Your child will learn the basics of form, balance, coordination, landings and dismounts while discovering the use of popular gymnastic equipment such as the trampoline, balance beams, bars and rings. In this class, your child will be aware of basic gymnastic terminology as they progress through new skills.

Advanced Gym Mini Crickets (ages 3-4 yrs) 2 hour class – $209.00

This is a two hour class for the child that wants to be challenged and is looking towards the Pre-Competitive Programs; enrolment by invitation only.

Junior Recreation, Co-ed or Boys/Girls only, (5-6yrs) 1 hour class – $119.00

Learning the different aspects of motor and physical skills, your child will develop increased power, strength, flexibility, agility and balance abilities with the use of a variety of gymnastic equipment. These classes are designed to assist in achieving personal success, allowing the child to progress at their own pace. The skill levels used are based on the national CAN-GYM program.

Boys & Girls Recreation (age 7+ yrs) 1 1/2 hour class – $169.00

In this class students will improve and develop strength, flexibility, coordination and self confidence through the mastery of fundamental gymnastics skills. These classes are designed to assist in achieving personal success, allowing the child to progress at their own pace. The skill levels used are based on the national CAN-GYM program.

Trampoline & Tumbling (ages 7+) 1 1/2 hour class – $169.00

A unique program with an emphasis on body awareness, self confidence and skill acquisition. Use of the trampoline, tumble track and station work concentrate on flexibility and conditioning.

Advanced Recreational-Jr Girls Rec & Girls Rec 7+ (invitation only) 2 hour class – $209.00

These classes were developed to prepare children for the possibility of entering our competitive gymnastics program. Due to the increased concentration of skill development, this class is by invitation only.

Teen Gym (ages 13-18)- $15.00/night Adult Gym (age 18+) – $10/night, 1-1/2 hour class

The perfect class to get in shape and stay that way! This program is designed to teach a range of basic to advanced skills, or work on improving existing skills. No experience is necessary.

Fees

There is an annual Insurance fee (July 1 to June 30) of $39.00 per child ($29 for Summer Session) or $90.00 per family. “NCBS” Funding is available in addition to “JumpStart” for families that may require financial assistance in order to enroll their children into one of our programs. You may inquire about either of these programs at our office.

Women's Travel Teams

Pre-competitive 1 (5 – 6 years of age)

Will train up to 6 hrs/week
This is an exciting age! The girls are excited to learn, so it will be our goal to teach them structure, enhance their listening skills. Conditioning and flexibility is introduced at this age, along with a strong emphasize on basic skills. Good attendance is vital at this stage, because each class builds on the previous class.

Pre-competitive 2 (6 – 7 years of age)

Will train up to 9 hrs/week
The growth and development of the athlete at this age will determine whether they will advance to either our Pre-competitive 3 or our Intermediate program. This age is exciting; the athlete at this age starts to understand their body in motion, so skill learning starts to excel at this time. We will begin competing the girls at this age at Fun Meets.
There are 5 events in women’s gymnastics, Vault, Bars, Beam Floor and Competition. It takes several years to teach an athlete to compete well, so we must practice this along with the different apparatus.

Pre-competitive 3 (7 – 8 years of age)

Will train up to 12 hrs/week
This year your child will begin learning goal setting, visualization skills, skill combinations, and routines. At the end of this group your child will be placed in the Provincial Competitive levels. This level will depend on your child’s skill level her ability to compete and her ability to goal set and how well she completes tasks.

Provincial Level (9 years of Age to 18+)

Will train up to 20 hrs/week
Your child is now old enough to compete and qualify for Provincial Championships and different tour groups. The level is divided not only by age but by levels that the Ontario Gymnastics Federation guidelines. You will be aware of this placement by the end of August.

National Level (10 years of age to 18+)

This category is for the athlete that excels during training and has the ability to perform and compete sills at a high level. This athlete will compete within the Province as well as across Canada at National Championships.

Interclub (6 – 18+ age)

Will train between 4 hrs to 12 hrs/week
These athletes compete at 2 – 3 competitions a year, and are a vital part of our competitive program. These athletes can compete on all four events or can specialize on their favorite event. With the flexibility of training hours, this program fits in with busy schedules.

Tumbling Travel Teams

The philosophy of the tumbling program is to allow experienced athletes an alternative to artistic gymnastics (men’s or women’s) or the inexperienced athlete an opportunity to be introduced to the sport of gymnastics through power tumbling. The structure of the program is simple, with inter-club, provincial and national stream programs which are based solely on difficulty requirements. If the athlete has limited experience in tumbling, they will begin in the pre-competitive level.

Pre-Competitive Program (Ages 7+) 4-8 hours

The pre-competitive program allows the athlete to build a basic skill level to compete at a competitive level. Conditioning, basic tumbling elements and basic trampoline for tumbling is the focus in the pre-competitive program.

Provincial Level (Ages 9 and up) 2 to 3 days per week – 8-12 hours

The provincial stream has four levels, with a specific difficulty requirement at each level. The focus of this program is for the athlete to compete at a level which is both rewarding and challenging. The athlete will compete in three provincial qualifiers attempting to qualify for the Ontario Tumbling Championships by achieving the minimum score criteria.

National Level

The national level is the highest level of power tumbling, where there are four categories with the difficulty increasing as you progress up to senior. This program is designed for those athletes who have surpassed the provincial level difficulty and have a desire to learn and compete more advanced tumbling skills. Athletes will attend National Tumbling Championships if they reach a minimum score criteria at the Ontario Championships. This level requires much more dedication and commitment than the previous levels.

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