130 Christel Lane Arden, NC
6 MONTHS – 1 YEARS OLD: LITTLE DIPPERS – 35 min class (co-ed)
This is a parent and me class for those busy babies that are on the move. We provide a safe space for learning to navigate obstacles and surfaces like steps, ladders, slides. We will help you and your child gain confidence, as well as developing hand-eye coordination and the very basics of some fun gymnastics moves.
1 YEARS OLD: TWINKLERS – 45 min class (co-ed)
This is a parent and me transition class that focusses on developing independence and learning how to trust the instructor. We continue to improve on hand-eye coordination, basic gymnastics skills, and techniques for overcoming fears.
2 YEARS OLD: SHOOTING STARS – 50 min class (co-ed)
This class teaches your child to be independent away from their parent. Basic gymnastic skills are honed alongside leadership, listening and social skills.
3 YEARS OLD: MIGHTY STARS – 1 hour class (co-ed)
This is the first of two transition classes into our Recreational program. It is designed for children who are ready to master basic gymnastic skills, review gross motor skills, build coordination and solidify the ability to listen well.
At OSEGA, once a child reaches 4-years-old, they move to the Recreational program for Gymnastics or American Ninja Warrior.
OSEGA places each child in a class level based on flexibility, strength, and current level skills on ALL the apparatus. A child may have higher level skills on a certain apparatus, but average skills on the others. Therefore, OSEGA places children in the level of their lower apparatus skills to ensure a safe environment for them to learn and feel confident.
Students who take two or more classes per week, progress faster!
OSEGA bases advancement to the next level on the completion of the current level evaluation.
Our class levels are
PINK (beg)> ORANGE> BLUE> GREEN> PURPLE (advanced)
We encourage you to talk with your child’s coach for a progress report or if you have any questions regarding your child’s training.
As their skill level increases, children advance to the next level. There is no set time frame for advancement.
Just like school, learning new skills take repetition and practice. Therefore, we highly encourage at least two classes each week to help children achieve their goals.