Born to move!
For children 1 year old through almost 3 --this is where little ones get an active start comfortably with you at their side. We provide a safe and stimulating environment for children to discover and explore while developing their movement potential.
Learn your ABCs!
For children 3 and 4 years old ready to participate without you. Continue developing the ABCs of movement (agility, balance, coordination, & speed). These essential fundamental skills provide the physical literacy required for a life of fitness or sports.
Ready, set, go!
At ages 5 and 6 we begin separate boys and girls classes. At this age kids learn new skills because they get to participate in activities that promote these skills. This class provides a safe and stimulating setting for further skills development.
Time to fly!
From 1st grade on up, girls are physically challenged and make new friends while exploring different apparatus unique to women's gymnastics. Classes offered at beginner, advanced beginner, intermediate, and advanced levels.
Get an edge!
Boys enhance overall athleticism with physical challenges while making new friends. Gymnastics benefits all sports! Classes offered at beginning, intermediate, and advanced levels.
Sharpen your edge!
Offered only during the spring and summer these drop-in style classes combine hockey sense, gymnastics-based off-ice, and HP dryland skills for hockey players wanting to change the pace in the off season!
Free your style!
For boys aged 9 to 15. A blend of tumbling and flipping with less emphasis on the technical and more emphasis on creativity. Guaranteed fun with instructor, Ryan Carr, stuntman and Director of Ninja Club!
Learn cool flips!
Focus is on strength, flexibility and progressions into powerful tumbling Co-eds 10 to 15 years old learn or advance their tumbling skills on our spring floor, rod floor, foam pit, trampoline and Tumbl-Trak.
Complimentary to our gymnastics developmental-rec program, this scalable class increase competence in all aspects of fitness: endurance, strength, flexibility, coordination, speed, agility, and balance.
Fit like a gymnast!
Teenagers and adults of all ages increase overall fitness by using basic elements of gymnastics such as the handstand, kip, and pull ups. No prior experience in gymnastics is required.
Time for FUN!
Parents get some time out while kids enjoy some time in! Kids have FUN and burn off energy in a safe, social, and active environment. Parents get work done or have fun WITHOUT the kids--at least for a few hours!
Let the fun begin!
Birthday parties, team building, or fitness field trips--our instructors are available to host fun, memorable, and educational gymnastics-based events. More details are on our Special Events page.
Friends are vital to a child’s healthy development. Children make new friendships outside of their classroom at C.I.T.Y. Kids from different schools and neighborhoods come together with the common interest of gymnastics.give it a try!
Gymnastics is the best way to increase the basic elements of athleticism for all sports. Improve your performance in your primary sport by building a foundation of agility, balance, coordination, flexibility, strength, gross motor development, and mental focus !LEARN MORE
Social, emotional, physical, and cognitive development through participation in gymnastics helps children develop the skills and confidence that promote success in life.what are you
It is a tremendous opportunity for our daughter, Hannah, to work with Coach Natalia due to her background and expertise. Coach Natalia maintains high expectations while being patient and making sure her athletes progress safely. She's helped Hannah develop as a gymnast and increased Hannah's confidence both in and out of the gym.
My 4 year old daughter absolutely loves going to C.I.T.Y. She runs in and doesn't stop smiling the entire class! And Ms. Candy is A-MAZING with the kids. She does a fabulous job of keeping the kids interested and having fun -she even makes me want to take her class. The staff is friendly and helpful. Thumbs up to C.I.T.Y. and Ms. Candy!
Sophia's 4th grade teacher at school says she already notices her gymnastics in the classroom. She has the ability to focus and manage her time efficiently.
Gymnastics has been an excellent complement to hockey for my son. He's developed better flexibility and posture, which allows him to take longer strides and be faster on the ice. In addition to absolutely loving the classes, he's conditioning his body in a way that skating alone cannot.