Youth Gymnastics

Young gymnasts gain strength, balance and improve coordination and gross motor skills by running, tumbling, and swinging through the air. Gymnastics basics help with the foundation of strength, balance and flexibility. These skills will transfer into so many other sports and daily activities. If you have a toddler, have fun with your little ones and watch them develop through self discovery in the gym or try “big air” classes. These programs help kids learn about air and body awareness through gymnastics skills geared specifically toward skiing and riding.

ASPEN GYMNASTICS, ASPEN
Aspen Gymnastics offers both boys and girls recreational and competitive gymnastics. Parent tot classes are every Tuesday and Thursday morning.
aspengymnastics.com

Cori Lambert, of Aspen Gymnastics, gives us a snapshot of activities on the mat.

Little level 1’s working on their “support” on bars. 

Parent tot classes are every Tuesday and Thursday morning! Check out aspengymnastics.com for details.

Gymnastics basics help with the foundation of strength, balance and flexibility. These skills will transfer into so many other sports and daily activities. 

Have fun with your little ones and watch them develop through self discovery in the gym. 

THUNDER RIVER GYMNASTICS, CARBONDALE
Thunder River Gymnastics is located at Bridges High School in Carbondale. The program focuses on the fun and basics of gymnastics for kids ages 3-12.  They offer classes during the winter on Tuesdays beginning in January.
Cathy M. Corbett, cmcnice@comcast.net
970-948-7252

photos  Courtesy of Aspen Gymnastics and Thunder River Gymnastics.