Turner means “gymnast” in German. A German gymnastics movement was started by Turner “Vater” (“father”) Friedrich Ludwig Jahn in the early 19th century during the time of Napoleon’s occupation in Germany. The tradition of gymnastics continues at Turner Hall with recreational gymnastics classes!
Gymnastics Class Schedule
|Milwaukee Turners’ Gymnastics Spring/Summer 2013|
|We will have a 5 week Spring session from Saturday May 11th - June 17th. We will also have a 5 week Summer session that will take place on Mondays only (just for the summer) from June 22nd to July 22nd.
Feel free to join the current gymnastics session at any point! ($15 per class rate for mid-session entry).
Interested? Call 414.272.1733 ext 2, or stop in for class times and info.
$150 for 10 weeks or $15/week
$75 for 5 weeks or $15/week
Note: punch cards will be available for payments of 5 or 10 classes that can be used during different sessions
For 10 week classes: $125 for non-members who pay for all 10 classes during the first week of class; for 5 week classes: $65 for non-members who pay for 5 classes during the first week of class.
20% off for Turner members who pay for 5 or 10 classes the first week of class.
10% off for siblings.
Feel free to join this gymnastics session at any point! ($15 per class rate).
HOW TO REGISTER:
- Download a registration form or stop by and pick one up at the gymnasium.
5-6 pm Level 1&2 Gymnastics
6-7 pm Level 3&4 Gymnastics
Tues/Thurs evenings (Open Gym – by appointment)
10-11 am Preschool Gymnastics (age 3-5)
11 am-12 pm Level 1&2 Gymnastics
1-2 pm (Open Gym – by appointment)
For open gymnastics, private session requests please call (414) 272-1733 ext 1.
*Turners reserves the right to dissolve or add any classes dependent on enrollment.
**Per class ‘drop in’ rate for scheduled ‘Open Gymnastics’ is $15.
Pre-School (ages 3-5) Class Description
Beginning with basic motor skill development such as jumping, rolling, and balancing and progressing into beginning skills on all women’s gymnastics events (bars, beam, floor, and vault). Children will be encouraged to progress at their own pace in a safe, fun, and structured environment. Parents should accompany their child and observe during class.
Level 1/2 Class Description
This combined level focuses on beginning gymnastics skills on all women’s events (bars, beam, floor, and vault). Skills such azs bridge-ups, kick-overs, forward and backward rolls, cartwheels, various styles of mounts, walks, hops, and dismounts on beam, glides and pullovers on bars, and squat-ons on the vault, as well as flexibility, coordination, and strength. Skills will progress in difficulty depending on each child. Previous gymnastics experience not required. (60 minute class)
Level 3/4 Class Description
This combined level focuses on intermediate gymnastics skills on all womens’ events. Prior skill requirements to this level include skills covered in level 1 and 2. Skills worked in this level include back walk-overs, back extension rolls, handstand forward rolls, and round-offs on floor; pullovers, casts, back hip circles, and tap swings on bars; cartwheels on low beam, leaps, arabesques, and mounts and dismounts on high beam; and handstand with spot onto the vault. Skills will progress in difficulty depending on each child. 60 minute class