My Gym is internationally regarded as the No. 1 program for children. Our programs are the result of intensive physiological, psychological and sociological research.
Classes are a weekly-changing program of different activities from social circle time, fun songs and dances to Adventures, Big Deal rides, swings, relays, group games and of course our gymnastics stations introducing new skills in Balancing, Tumbling, Hanging and Agility. Little ones can start coming to My Gym from 6 months old as Tiny Tykes, accompanied by a parent. Over time they are gradually transitioned into independent Mighty Mites classes from age 3.5 years. All delivered with a low student-teacher ratio.
Tiny Tykes 6-12 Months
Our Tiny Tykes and their parents are led through a variety of beginning stretches, exercises, infant songs and dances, baby-safe rides and adventures, balance and agility skills, and introductory tumbling during this class.
Waddlers 12-19 Months
This stimulating program introduces balancing, tumbling, hanging and agility exercises, which help the children develop a love for physical activity and a sense of pride in their achievements.
Gymsters 19 Months - 2.5 Yrs
As the Gymster’s attention span grows and your child can start to focus for longer periods of time, we begin to introduce activities that work on fine as well as gross motor skills in a structured format.
Terrific Tots 2.5 - 3.5 Yrs
In this age group, teaching physical skills is a priority while also emphasizing the development of social skills and encouraging them to become good listeners, follow directions, co-operate within a group, and stretch their personal boundaries. Teachers’ interactions are now primarily directed towards the children to create a peer bond and nurture their self confidence and independence.
Mighty Mites 3.5 - 6 Yrs
Strong focus on independence as children are on the gym floor without a parent. Our teachers introduce gymnastic skills that build strength, flexibility, and agility. The children are also ready to refine core gross motor skills such as running, jumping, hopping, throwing and catching. Through games, we prepare the children for team sports and cooperation, and nurture the children’s willingness to explore beyond their comfort zone to build self-confidence and a sense of achievement.