There are plenty of fun and rewarding learning activities for the kids out there and one of them includes joining gymnastics classes. Not only do they get to improve their physical fitness but it also helps to nurture their social and cognitive skills. That being said, here is the 2022 list of Top 10 Gymnastic Schools for Kids in Singapore.
1) Bianka Panova Sport & Art Academy
The Bianka Panova Sport & Art Academy was founded for the sole purpose of nurturing aspiring young ones to excel in the gymnastic sport. And here, they do so by incorporating the basis of rhythmic gymnastics. They have several programmes for specific age groups and qualification levels to choose from. Among them includes the Foundation Program, which is designed for girls aged 4-12 years old with no training or experience whatsoever. Finally, the gymnastics school was named after the founder herself, who astoundingly won the World Champion title nine times.
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2) Prime Gymnastics Club
Established in 1987, Prime Gymnastics Club’s primary goal is to cultivate children to fulfil their dreams of becoming successful gymnasts. They are also among the very few clubs in Singapore capable of developing gymnasts from novices to elite competitive levels in the gymnastics sport. Their programmes consist of men’s and women’s artistic gymnastics and also developmental gymnastics. The latter is available for kids as young as 1.5 years old and above. For instance, the Gym Tots class is a parent and toddler class, where the little ones get to participate in relevant physical activities like climbing and jumping under the guidance of a coach.
3) GIM Sports
GIM Sports is no stranger to training kids of all ages and abilities in gymnastics sport, given its decades-long experience since 2005. They have two major programmes available including Recreational Gymnastics and Competitive Gymnastics. The former is suitable for kids aged 2 and above, beginning with the Waddler Gym programme designed for improving social and gross motor skills. The latter, such as the Developmental programme is aimed at young gymnasts aged 5-8 years old, where the class focuses heavily on building self-confidence.
4) Karpenko Gymnastics Academy
Karpenko Gymnastics Academy offers various classes for recreational and competitive rhythmic gymnastics. Founder and head coach Victoria Karpenko was a Russian national team champion at the age of 13 and 16. Not to mention she gained her wealth of experience in coaching as early as age 17. Take Rhythmic Gymnastics, for example. This particular class, which runs for 90 minutes, is suitable for kids aged 4-12 years old to learn the foundation and practicality of the sport.
5) NorthStar Gymnastics
Spanning a 4,700 sq. ft. air-conditioned gymnasium at Paya Lebar’s SingPost Centre, NorthStar Gymnastics has all things well-equipped for your child’s training needs. Expect a fun-filled and rewarding way of learning gymnastics within a safe and secure environment. Programmes are available for all age groups, starting with the Play Gym sessions for kids aged 2-5 years old. They also include competitive gymnastics classes for gymnasts who want to progress further beyond their fundamental skills. And of course, an advanced-level class for the junior and senior team of gymnasts.
6) BazGym Gymnastics School
BazGym Gymnastics School accepts children as young as 3 years old to learn the basics of gymnastics. They call the class “Mini Bear”, where the little ones can look forward to learning fundamental motor skills by participating in fun-filled activities. This includes incorporating the use of a balance beam, trampoline and so on. For kids aged 4-5 years old, there’s a Gym Bear class for them to train critical motor skills and also improve the likes of their balance and coordination. Not sure whether the class is right for your kids? They include a trial lesson for every programme for new students, all at just $45.
7) Bubbles Gym
Formerly known as Sky Gym, Bubbles Gym trains aspiring young gymnasts aged 1 year and above. Their classes consist of non-competitive and competitive programmes. For instance, the former has GYMTOTS caters for aged 1-3.5 years old, an introductory programme for parent and child. The latter offers the likes of Developmental Squad, which is a pre-competitive squad class. Here, gymnasts can look forward to upgrading their foundation before entering Level 2 (Australian Gymnastics) of competitive gymnastics.
Gymkraft caters for both kids and adults, with various types of programmes available. Among them are the fundamental-based TotsGym and KinGym classes for 1.5-3 years old and 3-6 years old respectively. Gymkraft also has specific classes for those who are interested in learning parkour, trampoline, tricking and even dynamic wrestling.
9) The Yard
The Yard, which has two outlets available in Dempsey and Jurong, provides gymnastics classes for kids aged 6 months and above. Parents can accompany their kids in a free-playing session with a supervisor in the PlayTots class. They also have Gymtots, Kinder Tots and FUNdamental classes for those who want to learn the basics, namely training on the apparatus under the guidance of an experienced coach. The Yard has other classes as well including Freestyle, Ninja, Trampoline, and Tumbling.
10) Beary Fun Gym
Beary fun, indeed as this non-competitive gym offers kids to learn and even get their chance to mingle with others within a safe and stress-free environment. They can learn different fundamental skills like tumbling, backflip and more under the guidance of friendly and professional coaches. But in case you are not sure whether the classes are right for your kids, they have a trial class available for just $60 inclusive of a BearyFun Gym t-shirt and shorts upon signup.
That’s not all! More Top 10s in Singapore are waiting to be discovered!
The compilation of this list was made from accumulation of Public Votes at TallyPress.com.
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