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Great for exploring new interests and different styles of teachers
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No gymnastics knowledge is necessary. We will begin with a warm-up to get our muscles prepared to handle the hoop. I will then go over the basics of handling the ball. I will then teach students some basic skills with the ball, and have them practice each skill several times. We will then put the skills together with choreography and learn a level 1 ball routine to music. This class is very interactive and hands-on. I will be offering constant feedback to students as they practice their...
I have been coaching gymnastics for 3 years in my local community. I also teach children's dance classes and owned my own dance studio for two years (Dance With Jenny!).
*Rhythmic gymnastics ball- can be purchased on amazon.com or rhythmicgymnastics.com. Please contact the instructor if you have any questions. *Closed-toed shoes or go barefoot *Open space to practice in *Exercise/workout clothes *Water
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
It is highly recommended that parents supervise their children as they take this class and ensure that they adhere to the correct flooring requirement, spacing requirement, and clothing requirement. Gymnastics is a physical art form and injuries can occur if children are not focused and not practicing in the right setting or clothing. It is imperative that students wear closed-toed shoes or go barefoot- socks are easy to slip in, and sandals/flip flops are easy to kick off or trip over when trying to handle an apparatus.
Dancer and Manicurist
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
55 total reviews
84 completed classes
I teach dance, gymnastics, and cheerleading. I teach in-person classes at a dance studio in the DFW area of Texas. I also owned my own studio for two years in Grand Prairie, Texas. It was called Dance With Jenny! I also hold a current...