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Stretching and Conditioning Classes

Stretching and Conditioning Classes

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Regular price $160.00 CAD
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Ages 5-16.

WINTER SEASON: Jan 14- March 3 (8 Classes)

SPRING SEASON PART 1: March 17 - May 5 (7 Classes)

SPRING SEASON PART 2: May 12- June 23 (7 Classes)

Sundays, 10:30-11:15

Unlock Flexibility, Embrace Strength!

Elevate your flexibility and stamina with our academy's exclusive Stretching and Conditioning Classes!

Perfect for gymnasts, figure skaters, dancers, and any sport demanding peak flexibility. Join now and sculpt your skills to new heights - because excellence knows no bounds!

Already enrolled in our weekly classes and want to develop even more? Enjoy an exclusive 20% rebate on these additional stretching classes! Contact for your special code!

Please note there will be no classes on the following dates:

  • March 4- March 10 - Spring break 
  • March 31st- Sunday, Easter Holiday

Dress Code 3.5 years old and up

  • Mandatory top: Academy's black t-shirt
  • Bottoms: Black shorts or long leggings - academy's designs recommended.
  • Mandatory footwear: Toe shoes
  • Hair: Neatly styled in a bun.

What to bring

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  • Warm-Up

    • Gymnasts begin with cardio and stretches, priming their bodies and enhancing flexibility.

    Skill Development

    • They develop and learn flexibility, balance, jumps, pivots, acrobatics, stamina, and coordination.
  • Apparatus Training

    • Gymnasts master rolling, tossing, catching, spinning, and twirling with different apparatuses:
    • Hoop: Circular motions, tosses, and body integration.
    • Ball: Rolls, accurate throws, catches, and fluid dance transitions.
    • Ribbon: Graceful manipulation, incorporating twirls and spirals.
    • Clubs: Intricate handwork, tosses, and catches.
    • Rope: Rhythmic jumps and skipping techniques.
  • Choreography

    • Gymnasts learn routines combining dance and apparatus handling, expressing emotions and storytelling through their movements for enhanced performance.


    • The class concludes with a gradual cool-down, reducing heart rate and preventing muscle soreness.


    • Coaches provide ongoing feedback, refining technique and guiding improvement.