OBJECTIVE

To help each individual reach their potential as gymnast or trainer or coach and enjoy a fit and healthy sporting career.

Both recreational and competitive gymnastics programs promote strength, flexibility, endurance, confidence, fitness and fun. While recreational (non-competitive) programs are fitting for anyone, competitive programs usually require an invitation to join after being evaluated by a qualified team through our joynastics program and its assessment system.

In gymnastics, the body is constantly changing its direction and pace. In the process, the interaction of inner and outer forces and the spatial orientation enhance coordination skills as well as the ability to concentrate. Movements such as climbing, hanging, rolling, jumping, dangling, and “flying”-which come naturally to  most children-are gymnastic elements that aid in the acquisition of motor and cognitive skills. They incorporate the so-called ‘crossover’ across-the-body axis and support the cooperation of the left and the right sides of the brain. The left side is responsible for analytic thinking, language and logical processes while the right side influences holistic thinking, creativity, spatial orientation, visual imagination and emotions.

Our competitive team program offers children the opportunity to pursue gymnastics to its highest level, and experience all of the benefits that go along with it. Competitive gymnastics offers children a unique opportunity to develop a high level of self-esteem, self-discipline, and work ethic. It also allows children to develop into world class athletes in a fun environment. Our team staff is dedicated to guiding each gymnasts to develop these skills in a structured format to progress as high in gymnastics as they wish to go. Our commitment to staffing the lower levels with the same quality coaches as the upper levels ensures that no level is pushed aside.

We prepare Gymnast in All Discipline of Gymnastics

  1. Men’s Artistic Gymnastics,
  2. Women’s Artistic Gymnastics,
  3. Rhythmic Gymnastics,
  4. Aerobic Gymnastics,
  5. Acrobatic Gymnastics,
  6. Trampoline Gymnastics,

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