Class Descriptions

At Universal we offer a wide array of classes. Each class type is listed below and followed by a class description. Tuition rates can be found on the "Pricing" page.

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                       RECREATIONAL GYMNASTICS CLASSES 

 

MOM & ME GYMNASTICS: This 45 minute class is designed for ages 20 months - 3 years old. Parents participate with their child as he or she begins to understand basic motor skills. We focus on balance, strength, coordination, and having fun! These tiny gymnasts learn basic gymnastics skills on bars, beam, floor, and trampoline.

 

RECREATIONAL CO-ED GYMNASTICS: Classes are geared towards learning and perfecting skills on the four main olympic events: vault, uneven bars, balance beam, and floor, as well as trampoline. Classes are offered by age and skill level:


Pre-school (ages 3-4)


Home School (ages 5 and up)*


Young Beginner (ages 5-7)


Beginner (ages 7 and up)


Older Beginner (ages 10 and up)

 

Young Intermediate (ages 4-7)


Intermediate (ages 7 and up)*


Advanced (ages 6 and up)*

 

(*This level is based more on skill than age)

 


RECREATIONAL BOYS GYMNASTICS: Classes focus on the men's apparatus: parallel bars, high bar, rings, and floor, as well as trampoline. Classes are offered in three levels: Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced. Level of entry is based on skill rather than age.

 

ADULT GYMNASTICS: This one hour class is intended for the young at heart!! Get fit while learning skills on the vault, bars, beam, floor, and trampoline. Gaining strength, flexibilty, agility, and learning cool new tricks to impress your friends are all included in this awesome class.

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                            GYMNASTICS TEAM CLASSES


(CLICK ON "COMPETITVE GYMNASTICS TEAM" FOR MORE DETAILS)


GYMNASTICS TEAM LEVEL 2: These classes are designed for the advanced preschooler/young beginner. They focus on levels 2 skills and work on perfecting the skills and techniques that will prepare them for the more advanced team levels.  Level 2 team members are required to practice 3 hours per week and are required to compete level 2 at four "fun" meets per year along with our annual meet. Coaches will approach parents of a driven young student to let them know that they may have a potential team gymnast.


GYMNASTICS TEAM LEVEL 3 TEAM: Classes are by coach recommendation only and are designed to prepare the student for our advanced team. Level 3 team members are required to practice 4 hours per week and compete at several USAG regulated meets per year including our annual meet. Training is more intense than recreational class. Classes focus on strength, conditioning, and flexibility in addition to the four main women's apparatus: vault, uneven bars, balance beam, and floor.


GYMNASTICS TEAM LEVELS 4/5 AND PREP-OP: Team at this level is for the serious competitor only. Class time is focused on strengthening the gymnast and preparing her for competition. Team members are required to compete at the USAG level. Practice is intensive. Students compete on the four main women's apparatus and must attend a minimum of 9 hours per week.

 

GYMNASTICS TEAM LEVELS 6 AND UP: Team at this level is for the serious competitor only. Class time is focused on strengthening the gymnast and preparing her for competition. Team members are required to compete at the USAG level. Practice is intensive. Students compete on the four main women's apparatus and must attend a minimum of 16 hours per week.

 

ALL BOYS PRE-TEAM: Classes are by coach recommendation only and are designed to prepare the student for competitive gymnastics. Pre-Team members are required to practice 4 hours per week. Training is more intense than recreational class. Classes focus on strength, conditioning, and flexibility in addition to the four main men's apparatus: pommel horse, parrallel bars, high bar, and floor.

 

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                                        TUMBLING CLASSES


TUMBLING: These classes focus on skills on floor and trampoline. Tumbling is highly recommended for cheerleaders, future cheerleaders, and dancers! Classes are offered in three levels: Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced. Students must have a standing backhandspring to progress to Intermediate. Students must have a round off backhandspring series to be in Advanced. Level of entry is based on skill rather than age.

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                                   CHEERLEADING CLASSES 

                                          

CHEERLEADING: Cheer classes focus on cheer technique, jumps, builds, cheers, chants, and more! Classes do not focus on tumbling, thus tumbling is recommended in addition to cheer technique class. Cheer squads may call for special times and group rates!

 

 

                                      

Student's Name/Additional Info

Email Us! universalgymdance@gmail.com

Universal Gymnastics, Dance and Cheer

5003 Market Place

Mount Juliet, TN 37122

 

Hours of Operation:

Monday

2:00pm - 8:00pm

 

Tuesday

10:00am - 8:00pm

 

Wednesday

2:00pm - 7:00pm

 

Thursday

2:00pm - 8:00pm

 

Friday

9:00am - 7:00pm

 

Saturday

9:00am - 1:00pm

(Open after 1pm for Special Events)

 

Sunday

Open ONLY for Special Events

Any Questions? Give us a call! 615.758.4791

 

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Our Awesome Team Gymnasts for 2013!!!

 

Competition Team - Jade Amburgy, Allie Ayers, Alexa Blackburn, Grayson Bondie, Ashlyn Borden, Adie Coker, Emma Conatser, Leah Fullington, Mya Gordon, Emerson Hannah, Avani Hill, Angela Hoover, Morgan Jolly, Hailey Lee, Elizabeth Long,  Abigail Pustejovsky, Heather Scales, Mikalah Schreiber, Payton Siler and Shanah Wilson

 

CONGRATS Rookies! Eden Bailey, Charlotte Chappel, Ellie Lyttle, Lilliana Leurs, Presley McMurray, Ava Miller, Demi Miller, Bella Sanchez and Lilli Sanchez

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