Recreational Programs
Here at Norfort Gymnastics Association we believe that gymnastics is for everyone, we welcomes any and all children and youth into our recreational program. Whether you want to join into our membership with your toddler, or your youth is looking to try something new, we have something that suits your need!
  1. Active Start
    Active Start
    Our Preschool Program includes classes for Parent & Tots (a parented class for toddlers from 18 month to 3 years old, 40 minute class) and Preschool (un-parented for 3-5 y/o 55 minute class) . Through different circuits, our instructors will guide you and your child to discover a new world. A world of color, sensation and lots of fun. With equipment specially adapted for little ones, the activity will help your child to develop their sensory-motor faculties. Balance, air awareness, coordination and a lot more will help kids to develop in harmony...
  2. CanGym
    CanGym
    The Cangym Program, developed by Gymnastics Canada is a progressive badge program.This program optimizes safety and an appropriate approach to learning gymnastics skills. Participants will move from one level to the next, receiving a report card and appropriate badge at the end of each session. There are 13 levels; from Burgundy to Gold. This season participants will register by age, then work on their appropriate badge.
  3. CanJump
    CanJump
    N.G.A.'s Recreational Trampoline and Tumbling Program (T&T) will teach athletes skills in the Trampoline Sports: Trampoline, Double Mini Tramp, Mini-Tramp, Tumbl-Trak and Tumbling as well as conditioning and balance. Open to children 7 years or older, our instructors will develop participants: spatial awareness, coordination, strength, flexibility and power. Learning new, fun skills in a safe environment is the goal of this program.
Dress Code
The dress code at Norfort Gymnastics Association for any Recreational classes is gym shorts/pants and a comfortable t-shirt or a gymnastics suit which are available for purchase at Norfort Gymnastics Assocaition. We ask that gymnasts with long hair have their hair tied back, no socks in the gym as well as no loose jewelry. Gymnasts are also able to bring a water bottle into the gym instead of using the water fountain.
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