Rhythmic

Rhythmic Gymnastics

Introduce children to Ballet, Dance and Rhythmic Gymnastics. Children are learning basics of Pre-Ballet and Ballet, Dance and Rhythmic Gymnastics.

This program is focused on learning fundamental body movements and apparatus techniques using ball, ribbon, hoop, and rope. Children are practicing 1 to 4 ½ hours a week, participate in level/skill tests, and have an opportunity to perform in Miami Gymnastics Winter and Summer Shows.


More advanced gymnasts can participate in competitions. Miami Gymnastics usually hosts 1 or more local competitions per year and this is an unforgettable experience that will open the door for a little gymnast into the sport.

Benefits include:

  • Develop hand eye coordination
  • Develop agility, strength and coordination
  • Develop flexibility
  • Learn elegant, expressive, precise & graceful movements.
  • Gain positive self esteem & confidence
  • Learn to set goals
  • Physical fitness
  • Team skills
  • Lasting friendship
Girls Gymnastics Schedule
Regular training schedule September through May/June.
Adjusted schedule during summer months.
See below for the Girls Gymnastics schedule.

Levels

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Pre School (1 - 5 y.o)
Our Rhytmic School Program program will give students their first look at Ballet, Dance, Rhythmic Gymnastics and physical fitness, but this program is designed for a little older preschoolers: 3 – 5 year old and therefore it will take students to next level.

This program is designed for beginners and is a great foundation that helps to develop flexibility, coordination, rhythm of music, dance movements, strength, physical fitness and self-esteem that will help prepare children for all sport and dance programs.

Our “butterflies” will learn basic Ballet skills, will put together a Dance with ribbon, ball, hoola hoop or jump rope, will learn basic Gymnastics skills, work on more advanced flexibility skills and of course, as always, will have tons of FUN. During the practices we focus on learning fundamental body movements and apparatus techniques of rhythmic gymnastics using ball, ribbon, hoop and rope.

Children practice 45 minutes 1 to 3 hours a week.

*Proper Attire: Pink Leotard, Long Hair Pulled up in a “pony tail”, Rhythmic half-shoes (available in our office).
Pre School Rhythmic Practice Schedule
Regular training schedule September through May/June.
Adjusted schedule during summer months.
See below for the Girls Gymnastics schedule.
Rhythmic Recreational (6+ y.o.)
Combo
Future Stars
Rhythmic Pre Team

Rhythmic Schedules