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Parent-Tot program ages 18 months to 3 years with adult.
We know you will find this program to be FUN. You will learn proven techniques to help develop your child’s sensory motor coordination and self confidence. Throughout the months your child will reach new developmental milestones.
Embers, ages 3–4 years.
Boys and girls, explore their physical abilities through age appropriate activities on vault, bars, beam, tumbling as well as the use of pre-school equipment such as incline mats, barrels, donuts, scooters, parachutes, and more. This program will enhance listening skills and direction following in our safe and FUN environment.
Junior Flames Boys and Girls, ages 5-6 years.
This program is designed for girls and boys preparing to move from preschool classes into our Academy classes. This transition class places emphasis on developing specific gymnastics skills through progressive activities: tumbling, vaulting, bars, balance beam, rings, p-bars, and trampoline.
Girls Fire Academy girls ages 7 and up.
The Girls Fire Academy program is structured to follow guidelines set by USA Gymnastics and is achievement oriented in a fun and positive environment. Basic skills, progressions, strength, and flexibility are included in our program. Instruction included on: vault, bars, balance beam, floor exercise, tumble trak, and trampoline.
Boys Fire Academy boys ages 7 and up.
The Boys Fire Academy program is focused on three elements; a fun and positive environment, fundamental skill development, and basic motor-muscular development in coordination, strength, and flexibility. By emphasizing your child’s success, athletic confidence will develop for gymnastics and any other sports your son may later pursue. Instruction included on tumbling, vault, bars, rights, tumble trak, and trampoline.
These classes are designed for boys and girls who want to concentrate their efforts on the tumbling aspects of gymnastics, and they are great for those aspiring to be a cheerleader, those wanting to add acro skills to dance routines, or those who just like to flip. Tumbling classes use the trampoline, tumble trak, and spring floor. Strength and flexibility training is incorporated into the classes as well. Beginning Tumbling emphasizes the fundamentals such as handstands, cartwheels, round-offs, and back handsprings are introduced. Intermediate tumblers learn to connect the round-off back handspring and advanced tumblers work on back tucks, layouts, and fulls.
Advanced Firebugs and Pre-Devos
Advanced Firebugs and Pre-Devos ages 4 years and up.
This program is for those who have extraordinary talent and desire a more intense training. The goal of these classes is to prepare for our team developmental program.
Saturday Skills Clinics
Skills clinics are accelerated learning opportunities where students can focus on the aspects of a particular skill. Each clinic is offered for one hour and is taught by Wildfire’s professional staff. Clinics focus on basic though advanced skills such as cartwheels and round-offs, front and back handsprings, aerials, back tucks and more. Call the front desk for dates, times, and prices. Skills clinics offered on various Saturdays throughout the year.
A parent can schedule a private lesson with the coach of their choice but only if the child is currently enrolled in a regular scheduled class. Private lessons are scheduled between the coach and student and it is the responsibility of the parent to cancel or reschedule with their coach when necessary. All private lesson payments must be made prior to the start of the lesson and the yellow receipt must be given to the instructor before the private begins.
These are one-on-one classes intended to meet the needs of any child who for physical, mental, or emotional reasons can not adapt comfortably to our other programs. Please call the office to discuss what may work best for your child.