$550.00 for 34 classes (2 hours each class). 


Class dates for 2019-2020:

September 8,15,22,29,   October 6,13,20,27, November 3, 17, 24 (no class on the 10th)   December 1, 8, 15, 22,(no classes on December 29 ), January 5,12,19,26    February 9, 23 (no classes on February 2 and 16), March 1, 8,15,22,29   April 5, 19, 26 (no class on Apr 12), May 3, 17, 31 (no class on May 10 and 24)  Jun 7, 14

Max capacity: 10 people     

 

Age: 10 + (all levels)    

 

Room: Hall

Description:

Rhythmic gymnastics is a sport about elegance, beauty, flexibility, rhythm, connections and passion. Our program will be taking girls ages 4 through 10 to prepare them for a bright future in Rhythmic Gymnastics. We will be enhancing flexibility, apparatus handling and their feel for music. We make the program enjoyable but also challenging so that the girls leave each class learning something new and with their skills improved. We will teach them how to use their muscles, how to coordinate themselves and much more. The classes will be 2 hours long as we need time to do proper warm up and time for trial and error.

What to Wear:

The girls will be required to wear black shorts or tights (not stockings, proper leggings), black short sleeve or long sleeve shirts and white socks, please try to find clothes that are breathable! Your child must also bring a water bottle and any equipment provided. There will be a short break in between the two hours so please feel free to bring a small, light snack. Your children’s hair must be tied up into a pony tail or a braid, if their hair is long, make a braid then loop it through a few elastics so that it is out of the way. Hair should NEVER be worn down because it is a distraction and can potentially be dangerous.

 

Rates: 

$550.00 for 34 classes (2 hours each class). 

Prairie Circus Arts acknowledges that we benefit from living and working on the lands of the Anishinaabeg, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota, and Dene Peoples, and on the homeland of the Métis Nation. We recognize the harm that was and continues to be made, and are committed to ongoing work towards accountability and better listening.