TumbleSpot will be CLOSED on the following dates:
October 31st (Halloween)
November 19th – 25th (Thanksgiving Break)
December 24th – January 3rd (Winter Break)
February 17th – 23rd (Ski Week)
May 28th (Memorial Day)
July 1st – 7th (Fourth of July Week)
September 3rd (Labor Day)
See our TumbleSpot Welcome Letter for information including class schedules, calendars and policies.
Supernovas: Parent & Me (Ages 18 months – 2 years)
These fun classes explore the fundamentals of gymnastics movement and strengthening through basic tumbling skills, games and music. Parents (or caretakers) learn how to properly hold, spot and assist their child in a variety of exciting tumbling, balance and agility skills on the bars, balance beam, floor, trampoline and vault.
Tumble Stars (Ages 3 – 5)
Students learn gymnastics foundations through strength skills, flexibility skills, obstacle courses and by utilizing several apparatus such as bars, balance beam, vault, floor and trampoline. This class prepares students for our Mini Acro Stars classes, leading into our acrobatics program. Tumbling Stars build skills in the areas of balance, strength, agility, and flexibility.
Mini Acro Stars (Ages 5 – 7)
This class prepares students to enter our acrobatics program by providing the fundamentals for acrobatic movement and tumbling. Students will focus primarily on floor and trampoline with occasional skills taught on bars, balance beam and vault centered on strength, coordination and balance. Additionally, this class teaches gymnastics fundamentals and technique. Students who successfully complete all Mini Acro Stars skills (approximately 1 – 3 years of training) will have the opportunity to continue on to Acro Stars (see description below) or may enter into the PAAM School acrobatics program (intermediate – advanced classes) upon completion.
Acro Stars (Ages 7 – 10):
An acrobatics only focus, students learn how to properly develop acrobatic and gymnastics skills with an emphasis on balance, strength and flexibility. Unlike a traditional gymnastics class, acro does not employ the use of large apparatus, such as balance beam and bars. Most work is done on mats, with various props and apparatus used to build strength, agility and coordination. Upon completion of all skills required at the Acro Stars level, students are encouraged to enter into the PAAM School acrobatics program.