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The Opals - Age 2-3

The Opals - Age 2-3

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GUARDIAN AND ME CLASS- Come with your little one!*

Year of birth 2022- 2021

 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, 9:00-9:45

Introduction to movement - Discovering Rope, Ball, Hoop and Ribbon!

Opals, known for their playful colours and shimmer, symbolise the wonder and exploration of these little gymnasts.

*Guardian presence is obligatory

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

    Water bottle

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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.