Classes at Seattle Gymnastics Academy
Seattle Gymnastics Academy's recreational program exists to build strength, skill and character through gymnastics training while promoting healthy, active, happy children. We don't focus solely on the physical strengths and skills for gymnastics, but also strive to instill life lessons of persistence and determination. Our students have fun climbing, tumbling and being upside down, but they also build body awareness, coordination, balance, strength and flexibility while learning how to think about what they did, make a correction and try again.
SGA offers a wide variety of recreational classes, ranging from toddler movement to adult classes. Your first stop will be to talk to the Registrars at the front desk or call (206-362-7447).
LEARN TOGETHER || Co-ed 6-12M (Formerly Baby & Me)
This is a 45 minute parent participation class that works on building on baby's emerging movement through sitting, crawling and walking. Baby gymnasts will explore tunnels, slides, climbing and rolling in a fun, safe environment. Class is 1 time a week.
LEARN TOGETHER || Co-ed 12-18M (Formerly Tykes)
Description: This is a 45 minute parent participation class that develops basic motor skills such as: walking, climbing, stepping, sliding, jumping and so on through the use of music and specialized equipment designed for youngsters. Class is 1 time a week.
LEARN GYMNASTICS 1 || Girls 6-7Y (Formerly Level 1A)
Description: An exciting 60 minute gymnastics class where girls are introduced to all 4 olympic events; vault, bars, beam, floor as well as spending time on our trampoline, tumble trak, and in our in-ground foam pit. This is a progressive gymnastics class where the focus is learning beginning gymnastics skills in a fun, positive atmosphere.
LEARN GYMNASTICS 1 || Girls 8-12Y (Formerly Level 1B)
Description: A 60 minute gymnastics class for older grade-schoolers where girls are introduced to all 4 olympic events; vault, bars, beam, floor as well as spending time on our trampoline, tumble trak, and in our in-ground foam pit. This is a progressive gymnastics class where the focus is learning beginning gymnastics skills in a fun, positive atmosphere.
LEARN SKILLS || Boys 3.5-4.5Y (Formerly Boys Ions)
Description: A 45-minute class for young boys who are new to gymnastics classes. Ions focus on learning basic gymnastics skills on the Boys' apparatus, and will be introduced to some basic strength and flexibility - all in a FUN class geared toward preschool boys. Class is 1 time a week.
LEARN CHEER TUMBLING || Girls 9-18Y (Formerly Cheer Tumbling)
Description: A 60-minute class that focuses on Floor and Trampoline skills, which are then combined to create fun aerial tricks. A great class for high school cheerleaders!
LEARN ADULT || Co-ed 18+Y (Formerly Adult Class)
A 1 1/2 hour class that gives adults the chance to delve into the sport for the first time and also provides former gymnasts with a safe environment in which to practice and receive on-going instruction. The first half of the class is structured to suit any ability level with the second half being an open gym format for an independent workout.
LEARN TOGETHER || Co-ed 18M-3Y (Formerly Parent & Tot)
Description: This is a 45 minute class that focuses on basic motor skills along with rotation, hanging and body shaping. This is a parent participation, introductory class that will help your toddler develop physically, mentally and socially. Class is 1 time a week.
LEARN AUTONOMY || Co-ed 2.5-3Y (Formerly Bees)
Description: This is a 45 minute class in which children learn to follow directions, wait in line and begin learning rotations, directions and body shapes without parental assistance. Learning the basics of gymnastics movement including jumping with two feet, handstand basics, and forward rolls.
LEARN SKILLS || Co-ed 3-Y (Formerly Trompers)
Description: This is a 45 minute class where children begin to learn the basic gymnastics body shapes and begin going upside down. Gymnasts will start to learn the concept of putting skills together such as: a forward roll is done in a tuck position; and a bat hang is done in a straddle. Coordination of hands, eyes, and feet are also incorporated in a Trompers class.&n