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Gymtricks Gymnastics

1220 N Brazos St
Whitney, TX 76692
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  • Description - Gymtricks Gymnastics

    Gymnastics is a part of our human nature. The learning of gymnastics skills can help to build a healthy foundation for life. Fitness, confidence, self control, concentration and self-esteem are among the by products of participating in such a broad based physical education activity. In addition to the ability to perform gymnastics skills, routines, and even participate in higher levels in competition and team performance, gymnastics provides building blocks to enhance participation in other sports. Of course, the very best part may actually be that the skills are just plain FUN! GymTricks GYMNASTICS is located in the city of Whitney on FM 933 North just south of the High School, in the Whitney Plaza next to Dollar General. The gym is a 3750 square foot facility equipped with a 24' x 48' spring tumbling floor, a 30' air floor for elementary to advanced tumbling, a 30' Tumbl-Trak tumbling trampoline, balance beams, uneven bars, rings, climbing rope, vaulting station, trainer trampoline, back handspring trainers and numerous other specialized pre school equipment and training apparatus. We have a parent reception/waiting area with an observation window and the gym is comfortably air conditioned. There are different programs for different age groups and ability levels with special programming and lessons for toddlers and pre school age children. The focus at GymTricks is to expose children of different ages and ability levels to the joy of gymnastics movement as they strive to achieve a higher level of coordination, athletic fitness, concentration and cooperation. Having fun is part of our learning equation and so we try to mix the skill and the thrill with a healthy dose of fun! All of the staff are safety accredited by Gym Cert and the curriculum will follow USA Gymnastics Levels 1-4 with modifications to suit every age and ability level. The majority of the students will participate in class once per week. We have a competition program - please see 'Special Program' page for further information. Student to teacher class ratios are 6 or 7 to 1 and students are grouped according to age and ability level. Every class and every student will get the very best attention and quality of instruction and experience that we can offer. Parents are welcome to visit and observe. Please visit our web pages on the individual programs for more specific information, pricing and other special offerings.

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    Cheerleading,  Gymnastics,  Mommy and Me

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