MOVEMENT FOR EVERYONE
Firestorm offers 9 unique movement disciplines in addition to open gym and events. Classes begin at ages 7+. However, students 4-6 years old can participate in our Little Heroes Classes. Little Heroes is our special program designed to build a movement foundation with basic Parkour and Gymnastics skills.
Parkour training teaches coordination between mind and body, using physical skill and mental fortitude to overcome any obstacle in your life. Parkour practice trains your body for quick, efficient movement and your mind to see each obstacle as a challenge to overcome.
Our trampoline is the most powerful training tool we use at Firestorm. It will help you develop the much needed body control, spatial and aerial awareness needed for big flips and acrobatics. We utilize the trampoline to help students refine their body control midair.
AERIAL SILKS |
Also referred to as; aerial tissue or aerial ribbons, Aerial Silks take your imagination and self-confidence to new heights, figuratively and literally. Performers climb beautiful, flowing fabric utilizing only their own body, increasing strength, flexibility, skill, and confidence.
These all ages Tumbling classes focus on the basics and fundamentals of gymnastics tumbling. The training for proper body position and timing will develop the strength and flexibility to master the skills for gymnastics tumbling, from handstands and handsprings to back flips and layouts.
Our Gymnastics program was created to teach the fundamentals of gymnastics to boys, girls, and adults of all ages, not to train for gymnastics competitions. This means we can teach the skills that are useful to make you a better athlete, human, and hero, and disregard the things that will not help.
LITTLE HEROES |
The first few years of a child’s life are the most important for their physical and mental development. During this time, it is very important to create a solid foundation to maximize their growth potential. Firestorm's classes for 4-6 year olds teaches them the safety basics of climbing, falling, and how to protect their faces, knees, and elbows.
Otherwise simply known as Tricking, is a modern martial art that combines acrobatic movements from several traditional sports and martial arts. The aim of the sport is to create an “aesthetic blend of kicks, flips, and twists.”