Class TIMES & Descriptions

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The U.S.T.A. – United States Trampoline & Tumbling Association is Celebrating 50 years! It was founded in 1971 by Larry Griswold and George Nissen (the founder of the trampoline).

All Classes will be 60 minutes. 1 X a week. ALL Classes will consist of Tumbling, and the Double-Mini trampoline. Child MUST BRING SOCKS for the Trampoline.

Classes are Per Session which is based on 30 Days in a Month. Doesn’t matter if it is 4 or 5 week month, prices stays the same.

Class Day & Times
Payments can be made directly on this website or be invoiced.
(We use Square Point of Sale; Debit, Credit, Paypal, Facebook Pay, or Exact Change.)

Recreational Classes $90 per month

2nd Sibling / 2nd Class $40 – If your child is interested in more classes. The 2nd class would only be additional $40.00. Along with any 2 or 3 sibling.

Team $160 per Month includes Open Gym

Team Athletes pick recreational Time to attend at their level. Then they must attend all Team practices and open gyms. Team athletes will have a minimum of 5 hours per month. An during upcoming competitions will have 8 hours per month.


Must be Recreational Student ( No public open gyms.)

LATE FEE FOR AUGUST** Come August 2021 we will be adding in a late fee of $10 for all payments made after the 7th. If you need payment arraignments Just Talk to Coach Jill for setting it up.


1-2 pm Beginner ages 3 to 5 / Homeschool

2-3 pm Beginner ages 7 to 12 / Homeschool

3-4 PM Beginner/Advanced Beginner


1pm – 2pm, Beginner ages 3 to 6 / Homeschool

2 pm- 3pm, Beginner ages 7 to 12 / Homeschool

3pm – 4pm, NOVICE (Back Handsprings)


1 pm – 2pm, Beginner ages 3 to 6 / Homeschool

2 pm- 3pm, Beginner ages 7 to 12 / Homeschool

3 pm-4 PM Novice – Back/Front Handsprings.


1 PM – 2PM, Beginner Ages 3-5 / Pre/Home/School

2 pm- 3pm, Beginner ages 7 to 12 / Homeschool

3 to 4pm Advanced Beginner/ Novice (Walk-overs, Handsprings)


1 pm – 2pm, Beginner ages 3 to 6 / Homeschool

2 pm- 3pm, Beginner ages 7 to 12 / Homeschool

3 to 4pm Advanced Beginner (Rolls, Learning to Walk-over)

4 to 5pm Novice/Intermediate

5 to 6pm Intermediate/Advanced (TEAM)

6 to 7pm (TEAM)


10am to 12:30 am TEAM

11:30am to 12:30pm Beg/ Adv. Beginner

12:30pm – 1:30pm OPEN GYM

Sunday: CLOSED

***First “Try It” Class always FREE
***Bring a friend FREE Slips Available

Parent and ME– 18 months to 2 years Increase Fine Motor Skills and Development. Let them tumble and roll! [Max 5 Students plus Parent]

PRESCHOOL– Ages 3-5, Basic Tumbling and Trampoline Skills for little one’s to come learn and have fun. [Max 6]

BEGINNER– Ages 5 and UP, Learn Front and Back rolls. Learn to do a Cartwheel. Basic Trampoline Skills. [Max 10]

ADVANCED BEGINNER– **Must have Back Roll. Learn the Round-off and limbering skills. Front and Back Walkover’s [Max 10]

NOVICE – **Must have Round-off and Handstand Learn Front and Back Handsprings, Intro into Aerial [Max 10]

INTERMEDIATE & ADVANCED **Must have 5 Back Handsprings. Learn Aerial Skills and 1/2 Twist + [Max 10]

HomeSchool Tumbler’s- Ages 3 to 17 [Max 10 per class] Looking for a great recreational, P.E., or just way for your homeschooler/preschooler to stay active, learn balance and coordination. Come Tumble and Jump. Coach Jill is also a Homeschool Mom of 2! It will be as much about learning Sportsmanship as it is the importance of Exercise.


Tumbling Boulder’s TEAM Requirements

Competitive Power Tumbling, Trampoline, and Double-Mini. $160.00 per Month.

Ages 2-17+ Any athlete registered in Recreational Classes may join the Tumbling Boulder’s competitive team.


Must remain taking your Recreational class. 2- 1.5 hour extra practices a week, plus open gym is included.

Must have TEAM Leo, Warm-ups, and Trampoline Shoes to compete at any meet. (NEVER TO EXCEED $300)

Fundraiser will be required of all Team Members to help assist Team funding needs or financial assistance for athlete.

“Gold medals aren’t really made of gold. They’re made of sweat, determination, and a hard-to-find alloy called guts.”

Dan Gable

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