Beginner I: Teaches basic movement and tumbling skills. Helps to improve body awareness, motor skills, coordination, balance and listening skills. Uses modified equipment with a fun and creative approach to learning.
Beginner II: For beginner level preschoolers who have previously taken gymnastics class. Gymnast should have mastered the skills from Beginner I. Must be able to perform a forward roll and donkey kicks on the floor, and walk on a low balance beam unassisted.
Intermediate: For preschool gymnasts who have mastered the Beginner II skills. Must be able to perform a bridge on the floor, and walk on the high balance beam. Will begin to transfer skills to the regulation equipment.
Advanced: Advanced level class for gymnasts ages 4-6 who have mastered the skills from the Intermediate class. Must have good listening skills and be able to perform a forward roll and cartwheel unassisted. Will continue to transition skills to the regulation equipment.
Beginner I: Emphasis is on tumbling skills with exposure to the balance beam, uneven bars, vault and dance. This is suited for students who have never taken a gymnastics class before.
Beginner II: For beginner level gymnasts who have previously taken a gymnastics class. Gymnast should have mastered skills from Beginner I. Must be able to cartwheel on floor and walk on a high balance beam unassisted. Basic skills are taught on all events.
Intermediate: Should have mastered skills from Beginner II. Must be able to perform a handstand, forward roll and round-off on the floor and pullover on the bars. Gymnasts will learn to perfect their basic skills as well as learn more advanced skill on all events.
Advanced I: For gymnasts who have mastered skills from the Intermediate level. Must be able to perform a backbend-kickover and front limber on the floor, and a back hip circle on the bars. There is emphasis on strength, flexibility and form.
Advanced II: For gymnasts who have mastered skills from the Advanced I level. Must be able to perform a front and back handspring on the floor and cartwheel on the high balance beam. Prepares the gymnast for high school competition.
Gymnasts can also compete at the Team Level(levels 4-10), in competitions throughout the state, region and country. The Roseville Gymnastics Team is supported by the Roseville Gymnastics Association.