• Kids Music Classes - Gym Tots

    A perfect class for the newly mobile toddler, Gym Tots builds on the lessons taught in Gym Babies by introducing basic gymnastics skills and reinforcing them throughout the semester. Your child will develop physical confidence through activities that focus on balance, a strengthened upper and lower body and coordinated body movement – all set to original music. The structure of this enhanced learning environment promotes social and emotional development alongside physical skill-building. This is an adult participation class, and a parent or caregiver must be present with each participating child.

  • Kids Music Classes - Sports Kids

    Our NY Kids Club Sports Kids program is structured to provide toddlers and caregivers an established routine each week where children work together in a group setting, listen to directions and engage in exciting movement and pre-sport activities. Toddlers will master important physical skills as they gain balance, coordination and muscle control. Toddlers are encouraged to explore their natural desire to get moving and keep moving while allowing adults to support and direct them through age-appropriate games, songs and activities. Your child will use lots of physical and mental energy learning to throw, jump, climb, kick and run. Advanced skills such as stopping and turning are incorporated each class session. Each class culminates with our NY Kids Club Touchdown dance as we celebrate our athletes' hard work. This is an adult participation class, and a parent or caregiver must be present with each participating child.

  • Kids Music Classes - Gym Kids

    Now that your toddler feels confident in his or her movement vocabulary, our Gym Kids class will focus on introducing students to the sport of gymnastics. Specific skills will be introduced throughout each class on the uneven bars, balance beam, trampoline and soft play mat circuit. Sport and ball skills are taught every session to promote key components of physical confidence, like hand-eye coordination and agility. Concepts that are central to the structure of each class, such as taking turns and following simple directions, are also emphasized, as they play an important role in the development of a child's social and emotional skills. This is an adult participation class, and a parent or caregiver must be present with each participating child.