Are you looking for a rhythmic gymnastics for kids program? Toronto Aspirals offers rhythmic gymnastics for kids programs that cover all of the essential building blocks of gymnastics. In today’s blog, we’d like to show you some of the areas that our rhythmic gymnastics for kids program covers.
First, we identify the spatial awareness of a child without equipment. This helps us learn how well a child can determine space, how effective their depth perception is, and how coordinated they are. Once we determine the spatial awareness of each child, we move on to step two. This step involves interaction with equipment which includes ribbons, beams, and more. A proper rhythmic gymnastics for kids program will identify the strengths and weaknesses of your child and help them to improve.
As students become more familiar with movement and the equipment, we begin to cycle them around to work on specific areas that require attention. Our rhythmic gymnastics for kids program provides an all-around rhythmic gymnastics experience that works on all of the fundamentals of rhythmic gymnastics. Rhythmic gymnastics for kids isn’t hard, but it takes an individual who is dedicated to their craft. Without dedication, the fundamentals cannot be achieved.
Once an acceptable level of adaptation has occurred, we move on to learning extension through a series of routines, exercises, and activities. Once this step has been achieved, we begin to sequence all of the exercises into a general routine. The final stages involve a complete routine and eventual evaluation. Children will be evaluated based on their development and we will offer constructive feedback that will help your child improve upon their mistakes. Our rhythmic gymnastics for kids program is all about having fun and learning the fundamental skills of rhythmic gymnastics.
Toronto Aspirals provides rhythmic gymnastics for kids throughout Toronto, Thornhill, Richmond Hill, Vaughan, the York Region, and the entire GTA. Gymnastics doesn’t have to be intimidating. Our program revolves around the three F’s: fundamentals, fun, and fluidity.