Our gymnastics facility located at the Woodland Community Center (3211 Allendale Ave) features a spring floor, uneven parallel bars, beams, and a vault table. Recreational, progressive, and competitive level Gymnastics classes are available with experienced instructors, as well as unstructured family and open gymnastics times.
For more info, call 218.464.5172 or 218.722.4745 x82
As an introduction to gymnastics, the Preschool Gymnastics program for ages 3-4 focuses on creating a fun environment for children to benefit from many aspects of the sport, including balance, coordination, and motor skills.
Parent Tot classes for ages 24-36 months are designed to expose tot and parent, together, to gymnastics. Children use the equipment to enhance exploration and motor skills.
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For ages 5 and older, the recreational gymnastics program builds a foundation of gymnastics skills. Four levels of increasing technical difficulty are available: Rollers, Flippers, Flyers, and Twisters. The boys gymnastics practice day provides an opportunity for boys to practice together; however, boys may sign up for any class they choose.
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Using USA-Gymnastics’ progressive levels 1 and up, our primary goal is to create well rounded individuals through the sport of gymnastics. The early progressive levels prepare gymnasts for competitive gymnastics. Progressive gymnastics is ongoing and proper level placement is required prior to enrollment. To register for the progressive programs, contact the program director at 464-5172.
The “Aerials” are the Duluth YMCA’s competitive gymnastics team that includes USAG levels 3 and up. Gymnasts are placed on team based on skill level determined by USAG. The Aerials compete with other small clubs throughout the area in a very non-intimidating atmosphere as well as state qualifiers and meets.
Open gymnastics allows families, youth, and adults use of the equipment in a supervised environment. Participants are not coached or spotted and all activities must be ability appropriate.
Private and small group lessons can be used by anyone interested in additional practice and one-on-one instruction in any area of gymnastics.