The U.S.T.A. – United States Trampoline & Tumbling Association is over 30 years old. It was founded in 1971 by Larry Griswold and George Nissen (the founder of the trampoline). http://www.usta1.org
All Classes will be 60 minutes. 1 X a week. ALL Classes will consist of Tumbling, Trampoline, and the Double-Mini trampoline. Child MUST BRING SOCKS for the Trampoline’s.
Classes are per session. Session being Per Month and how many weeks available in that month. $85.00
Tumbling Pebbles- (Parent & Me) 18 months to 2 years Increase Fine Motor Skills and Development. Let them tumble and roll! [Max 5 Students plus Parent]
Tumbling Gem’s– Ages 3-5 Basic Tumbling and Trampoline Skills for little one’s to come learn and have fun. [Max 6]
Tumble Stone’s- Ages 5 and UP (Beginner) Learn Front and Back rolls. Learn to do a Cartwheel. Basic Trampoline Skills. [Max 10]
Rock Tumbler’s– (Advanced Beginner’s) **Must have Back Roll Learn the Round-off and limbering skills. Front and Back Walkover’s [Max 10]
Gold Tumbler’s– (Novice) **Must have Round-off and Handstand Learn Front and Back Handsprings, Intro into Aerial [Max 10]
Tumbling Cobblestones- (Intermediate/Advanced) **Must have 5 Back Handsprings. Learn Aerial Skills and 1/2 Twist + [Max 10]
HomeSchool Tumbler’s- Ages 5 to 17 [Max 10] Looking for a great recreational, P.E., or just way for your homeschooler to stay active and Fit. 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
Competitive Power Tumbling, Trampoline, and Double-Mini. $75.00 per Month.
Ages 3-17, 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 $400)
Fundraiser will be required of all Team Members to help assist Team funding needs or financial assistance for athlete.
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