From the parent-participation Tumble Bugs for 15 months-3 years to our Tumble Bears Program 3-4.5 years. Toddlers will learn how to be active in a fun and structured environment with highly qualified instructors.
In this 45 minute class, specially designed equipment is used to help teach beginner gymnastics skills such as rolls, handstands, and cartwheels. Preschoolers use all the Olympic apparatus scaled down to their size, plus trampoline. read more
From the parent-participation Tumble Bugs for 15 months-3 years to our Tumble Bears Program 3-4.5 years. Toddlers will learn how to be active in a fun and structured environment with highly qualified instructors. read more
Progressions of basic skills are taught using all apparatuses. As your child progresses through our levels they will also become stronger and more flexible, in turn creating confidence and self-esteem. Classes are age appropriate and skill level appropriate. All classes are taught with the concept of fun through learning, in a safe, fun, and positive environment.
This is a co-ed program for children ages 4.5-6 years. A one-hour introductory gymnastics class that maintains an 8-1 ratio with USAG certified/Safety trained instructors. Basic gymnastics skills are taught using preschool and Olympic equipment plus trampoline.
This class explores beginning gymnastics with a focus on cartwheels, handstands, and basic gymnastics skills to be used as building blocks. We do many flexibility and conditioning exercises in the program to prepare the body for gymnastics progressions and new skills! read more
This class is an extension of Beginner Girls for those who have already completed a year in the Beginner class. In this class we will work on polishing basic skills and building the prerequisite skills for the Intermediate level through strength and flexibility training. read more
An evaluation is required to join this level. It is designed for students with previous experience. Required skills: cartwheel, bridge, chinhold. In this program there is a strong focus on mastering basic skills and learning connections of skills on each apparatus. read more
An evaluation is required to join this level, as a solid gymnastics background is required for this class. As our highest recreational level, we will work on progressive training for back handsprings, round off back handspring, front handspring vaults, cartwheels and handstands on beams, and learning and practicing full routines on each apparatus. read more
This program is especially designed for boys and taught by an experience male coach. In this program boys will work on all Olympic apparatuses: Parallel bars, rings, high bar, pommel horse, floor, and vault as well as tumbling, trampoline work and conditioning. read more
The Tumbling Program focuses on the floor apparatus and trampoline work. Each class will begin with stretching, cardio, conditioning and line drills and then move onto rotations which could include: trampoline, tumble trak, and floor stations. Each class will incorporate strength and flexibility as it is an important key to safety and skill progression. read more
Developmental and Team Philosophy
We want our students to develop a passion for gymnastics and understand the connection between hard work and improvement. At Tumble Kids Billerica, we are also teaching our athletes much more than the sport of gymnastics. Life skills that we emphasize are setting goals, overcoming obstacles and working as a team. We also stress self-confidence and self-discipline. It is our belief that our students will continue to utilize these tools outside of the gym and for the rest of their lives.
These faster pace programs are designed to serve the needs of our students who display exceptional strength, flexibility and will to learn. Developmental Programs, prepare students for a future at the competitive level.
The Rising Stars program is a lead into our Developmental Program by an introduction to gymnastics with focus on coordination flexibility and strength. This class is by coaches’ recommendation for students who illustrate potential for the sport of gymnastics. read more
There are three main areas that we aim to develop: Strength, Flexibility, and Mental Discipline. These are the fundamental building blocks of a safe and successful competitive gymnast. From this foundation, we begin teaching basic skills with proper form and technique. read more