Recreational Gymnastics

Our Recreational Gymnastics Classes

Girls Rec. Gymnastics, Level 1-2

This 60 minute class is an introduction to gymnastics for girls. Activities include vault, bars, beam, tumbling/floor, trampoline, and dance, as well as strength building and flexibility.

Girls Rec. Gymnastics, Level 3-4

This 60 minute intermediate class is the second progression in our girls’ recreational curriculum. Activities include vault, bars, beam, tumbling/floor, trampoline, and dance as well as strength building and flexibility.

Boys Rec. Gymnastics

This 60 minute beginner level class is an introduction to gymnastics for boys. Activities include vault, high bar, parallel bars, pommel horse, tum- bling/floor, trampoline, and still rings.


No experience necessary. This class begins with a warmup focusing on stretching and various landing/body positions for proper technique on the equipment.  Athletes start with the basic landing positions as well as learn visual/spotting techniques and how to create the flipping and twisting rotations necessary for more complex skills.

Adult Gymnastics Fitness

Gymnastics isn’t just for kids! This punch pass class allows adults of any experience level to develop gymnastics strength skills and progressions. Foundational skills will include hand- stand development, handstand push ups, handstand walks, straddle presses, rope climb, leg lifts and other body weight training and skills.

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By participating in gymnastics, children encounter things that will push them out of their comfort zone. Making a decision to trust themselves and their coaches is a skill that will carry over to all areas of their life.


Gymnastics can assist with the development of confidence through positive experiences and achievements.

Commitment & Discipline

Gymnastics requires concentration and commitment. Participating in a sport that has a strict code of conduct teaches the importance of safety and respect.


When athletes participate on a team, then they can gain support from and learn how to support their fellow teammates

The Benefits of Recreational Gymnastics

The ROGA Difference

New 22,000 sq ft facility with standard Olympic apparatuses.

Coaches are dedicated to each athlete as an individual and use creativity in a structured path for success.

Coaches use a combination of modern and innovative techniques focused on form, shapes, strength, biomechanics, proven progressions and flexibility.

Repetition, drills, and variety in skill development produce athletes with a mastery of the sport.

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