THE MILWAUKEE Y

 

parent/child & Preschool classes

We offer gymnastics for toddlers and preschool children ages 18 months to 5 years. Classes focus on self confidence, balance, coordination, body awareness, trust, and social skills, and are designed to introduce children to the sport of gymnastics while developing basic skills in a fun atmosphere.


Progressive gymnastics classes

Participants in our progressive gymnastics classes learn skills to establish a strong foundation in gymnastics, with the intent to join our competitive team. Classes consist of warm-up, core strength, flexibility and instruction on at least three events per day. Classes progress by age and ability through high school including a competitive team.


Boys PARKOUR & Parkour clinics

Boys Parkour classes and Parkour clinics introduce tumbling skills and balance to help grow confidence in overcoming obstacles. Classes consist of core strength, flexibility, balance, free running and different obstacle courses.


competitive gymnastics

This year round program offers six to seven hours of training per week, along with the opportunity to compete within the Wisconsin YMCA Gymnastics System.


dance

Dance classes teach children rhythm, creativity and fun for all. Classes range from pre-ballet classes to preschool gymnastics to cardio kids. Get your child’s heart pumping and body moving with Y dance classes!


Birthday Parties

Whether it’s a birthday party, a holiday party, or a family get together, plan your next gathering at the YMCA Gymnastics Center.  We offer parties for children ages 3-15 featuring exclusive use of the YMCA Gymnastics Center. For more information including packages and fees, click on the button below.

More Info

 

Gymnastics Winter 2 & Spring 2017 Schedule and Open Gym Schedule

Gymnastics Classes for Boys

 

Katherine, Mom to a YMCA Gymnast
Getting Maddy involved in the YMCA gymnastics program is one of the best decisions we’ve made for our daughter. In addition to developing physical strength and her gymnastic skills, she’s learned to be more responsible with her time, balancing schoolwork and practice.  Her teammates are now some of her closest friends and through all the practice and competitions, she’s learned to celebrate successes, encourage those who are struggling and, if you fall, you need to get up and try again.