Girls Recreational Gymnastics

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Girls Recreational
Gymnastics

Girls' Recreational Developmental Gymnastics

For girls 6 years and up. Gymnasts work on basic skill development on 6 events: Vault, Bars, Beam, Floor, Physical Preparation (Strength and Flexibility) and Spacial Awareness (trampolining). 

 

Girls’ Recreational Beginner Classes
This class is a fundamental introduction to the basics of gymnastics on all 4 Olympic events. This class is appropriate for children with limited or no experience.
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Girls’ Developmental Class
As strength and flexibility increases, the gymnast will build on skills learned at the Beginner level, progressing from basic to more complex skills. To learn more or register, click here.

 

Girls’ Recreational Levels 1-6
Rec 1 – 3 Continuing in our progressive program, these levels offer more challenging skills and combinations along with short routines on each event. Rec 4 & Up is the culmination of our Recreation Program, however it is not the end of the learning process. Children continue to learn more challenging new skills, combinations and routines as they progress through these levels, working toward each individual’s potential. To learn more or register, click here.

 

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The USA Gymnastics Safe Sport Policy

The USA Gymnastics Safe Sport Policy is the foundation for rules, policies and responsibilities for athlete safety and well-being and the prevention of abuse. The policy encompasses therequirements of the “Safe Sport Code for the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Movements” and federal laws, including the “Protecting Young Victims and Safe Sport Authorization Act of 2017.” North Shore Academy of Gymnastics is committed to the health and safety of all its athletes, physically, mentally and emotionally. We adhere to all USA Gymnastics and Safe Sport Policies and have a Safety Champion that acts as a liaison for the club and its members.

Click here for more information & resources on Safe Sport. To Contact our Safety Champion, email Carrie Johnson here.