Wellbeing is at the centre of everything we do at Gymfinity Kids. Providing facilities for babies through to teenagers playing a part in their development and it all starts with the pre-school movement program.
Fun is the foundation upon which we structure classes that inspire the same passion for wellbeing, which we hope lasts a lifetime. Gymfinity Kids Development Ambassador, Doctor Ellie Cannon, agrees that early parent-child interaction contributes to the healthy social, cognitive and physical development of children.
The pre-school movement program gets children moving whilst teaching little ones to recognise shapes, letters, numbers and words in a fun, active and positive learning environment.
Classes suitable for children walking – 2 years old.
For the littlest Gymfinity Kids, we host a 1-hour class promoting parent-child bonding and social development through exploring the wonders of gymnastics.
During this stage in your toddler’s development, they will be walking and beginning to explore their environment. So, these pre-school classes focus on floor activities with stations and obstacles for you and your little one to explore together.
Classes suitable for children 2 – 3.5 years old.
High-energy pre-school classes are specially designed to match a pre-schooler’s boundless energy and capture their imagination!
Coaches and parents in these classes work together to introduce concepts such as taking turns, following directions and working with others, utilising more advanced gymnastics equipment such as beams, bars and air track to inspire independence and confidence.
Classes suitable for children 3 – 4.5 years old.
The final stage in the pre-school movement program are classes suitable for children up to 4.5 years old. These classes will focus on more advanced skills such as rolling, handstands, cartwheels and rebound work.
Expert coaches will inspire children to develop their independence and understanding of rules, as well as coach movement skills in a fun, positive and safe environment. Parents no longer need to actively participate in classes, but are welcome to watch from the viewing area.