Byers – KinderGym Gymnastics (ages 4-5)

Kinder Gym Gymnastics Learn basic gymnastics skills including proper stretching and conditioning. This class continues to develop body awareness while introducing Olympic events.

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Byers – Parent Participation Gymnastics (ages walking-2.11)

Parent Participation Gymnastics Designed for children from the time they begin walking ’till they turn 3. The focus is on gross motor skills such as climbing, rolling and jumping on our Tumble Track, low balance beams, incline mats, small bars and more. Parents help children through circuits and establishing sequencing patterns. Join us as we […]

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Byers – Tot Gymnastics (age 3)

Tot Gymnastics In this first class without mom and dad, children learn how to listen to a teacher as they work on jumping, practice rolls, walking on the low balance beam and stepping over objects. Small bars are used to teach the 3-year olds hanging skills, as well as kickovers, and straddle up. We work […]

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New! Zumbini (2 months-4 years)

New! Zumbini Created by Zumba® and BabyFirst for kids ages 0-4, the Zumbini® program combines music, dance and educational tools for 45 minutes of can’t-stop, won’t-stop bonding, learning, and fun!

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Preschool Karate (ages 4-6)

Preschool Karate Allows young students to gain agility, learn how to listen, follow instructions and focus. Children will develop their motor skills and learn fundamental karate movements in a fun, yet disciplined way. AAU sanctioned. Each new student is supplied a Gi to wear in class. Discounted fees are not currently offered online.

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Turns n Tumble – Baby Ballet (ages walking-3)

Turns n Tumble – Baby Ballet Ballet is the foundation of all dance so why not start early? Baby ballet works the fundamentals for your young dancer through nursery rhymes your child might know.

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Turns n Tumble – Pre Ballet (ages 3-6)

Turns n Tumble – Pre Ballet Learn proper ballet terms in a fun atmosphere. Girls please wear pink tights, a black leotard without a skirt and ballet shoes. Boys please wear a plain white t-shirt and black shorts. Bare feet for the first class.

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