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Parent & Child Gymnastics

Twinkling Tots, our toddler gymnastics program, gives your little one a chance to have fun while discovering new skills like: balance, coordination, flexibility, strength, speed, and discipline. We believe in presenting children with opportunities to discover their unique interests & skills. Gymnastics training, even at the most elementary level, lays a foundation that can benefit a child’s overall development.

Flying High places children in classes based on age.  Children advance or “move up” to the next level of class whenever they hit skill milestones. Check out our class line-up.

All classes below incorporate moms, dads, grandparents or other guardians into the child's gymnastic development.  Check out our Parent & Child FAQ here.

Class Descriptions

Super Novas

2-4 years
40 minutes

This class is designed for children with amazing abilities who have physical, language, and/or sensory challenges, and their amazing parents.  Use this opportunity to learn alongside other families and your little star and maximize your understanding of his or her motor and cognitive skills. In this class we will explore your child’s senses and curiosity as well as encompass a vast area of developmental milestones such as, but not limited to, jumping, climbing, balancing, grip strength and coordination through the sport of gymnastics. This class not only promotes physical activity along with social interaction, but will also allow them to discover strengths that cannot always be challenged in an everyday setting. This class is taught by a certified Gymnastics Instructor.

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Minis In Motion

Minis In Motion

Walking – 18 months old
30 minutes

Minis in Motion provides moms, dads, grandparents or other loved ones quality playtime with their little star. Every Minis in Motion class is full of play based learning and motor activities to help your toddler develop.  Gross motor skills are a focus in our safe but playful learning environment.


Babies & Buddies

Babies & Buddies

18-33 Months Old
40 minutes

Babies & Buddies provides moms, dads, grandparents or other loved ones quality playtime with their little buddy in an action packed 40 minutes. Every Babies & Buddies class is full of gymnastics skills intermixed with gross motor, fine motor and cognitive thinking activities.  Our class is designed to enhance bonding in a safe & fun learning environment. This interactive and highly collaborative class encourages gross motor skill development through a variety of obstacle courses and gymnastics basics. 


Kids & Company

Kids & Company

27-36 Months Old
40 Minutes

Just like our Babies & Buddies class, Kids & Company incorporates moms, dads, grandparents or other guardians into the child's gymnastic development. Our child-centered class approach fosters the development of cooperative social skills. Members of this class enjoy activities within our unique gym environment like: trampolines, foam pits, and interactive toys that encourage the development of gymnastics skills as well as logic, reasoning and socialization. Our teachers work to create a curriculum that is engaging and dynamic. 


Gymnastics FAQ

Can I enroll right now, or do I have to wait until the next month starts?

We offer open enrollment year-round, which means you may enroll your child into classes whenever you would like!  You do not have to wait until the start of a new month to enroll.  We do pro-rate tuition if starting mid-month.

If my son/daughter joins class now, will he/she be behind all the other students?

Not at all! Each of our classes is designed for a specific age group and skill level.  When a new student joins a class, they will begin right away working on the skills for the specified level with the other students.  Each other student in his/her class is working on those exact same skills!  Any student who has mastered the skills of a specific level has already moved up to the next level.

What programs do you offer for a 3 year old? 4 year old? Etc…

You may find detailed class information on our current schedule, which indicates the appropriate age range for each of our classes at Flying High.

How long are your sessions?

Flying High has a year round program with no long term commitments. You may enroll at any time and tuition is paid monthly. We do not charge more for 'long' months nor less for 'short' months. Over the year, all 12 months average 4 weeks.

Can we watch a class?

Yes! We have viewing rooms available and you are more than welcome to come and watch a class in action!

Can I come in to take a tour or look at the gym?

Yes! You are welcome to come and take a look at our facilities during our office business hours.  Our office staff will be able to show you around the gym or give you a tour if you would like.

Does my child have to wear a leotard?

FH highly recommends that our female athletes wear a leotard to class. Leotards with skirts can get caught on the equipment; spandex shorts are a better option. In the colder months, girls are more than welcome to wear tight fitting leggings over their leotard. For boys, a t-shirt and shorts are fine, just not too loose fitting. In the colder months, boys may choose to wear sweatpants, or a long sleeved tee.

What if my child doesn’t like it at first?

Give it time! Remember that for most of our younger athletes, this is their first experience with a structured, school-like environment. If after 2-3 classes, your child still doesn’t take to gymnastics, Flying High offers cheer, ninja zone, and martial arts classes.

What is the evaluation process?

At FH, being evaluated for the next level is a HUGE deal! We want to make every child feel like the star they are, so evaluations are done by an instructor who does not teach the child’s class. The evaluator will take the child through the list of required skills on each event, and assess the level of mastery that has been achieved. If a child is ready to move up, they will get to ring the move up bell at the end of class, while ALL athletes in the gym cheer and clap for them!

Why are children placed by age but move up by skill?

FH bases their class age groups on the developmental stages that occur naturally in child development. Each class has a skill sheet that lists each skill necessary to progress to the next level. All children learn/attain skills at different rates. Once a child is able to complete all skills successfully on the list, they are ready to proceed to the next level, regardless of age.

How often should my gymnast come to class? Once or twice a week?

How often your child attends class when they begin gymnastics is up to you. FH highly recommends attending two classes per week in order to help your child learn and progress more quickly. Coming to class twice a week also helps your child increase their strength and flexibility, as well as their knowledge of gymnastics terminology!

What if my child needs extra practice?

If your child needs extra practice, adding a second class per week is a great option. Specialty classes are good for bars work, backbends, and flip flops. If your instructor has availability, private lessons focus on one or two skills are also a useful tool. Flying High also offers clinics during the holidays which focus on specific skills.

What are specialty classes?

Specialty classes are short, finely tuned classes that only focus on certain skills during the allotted class time; i.e. Backbend Class, Flip Flop Class, Bars Class, etc. FH offers these classes are an alternative to private lessons. Your child’s instructor may recommend a specialty class if your athlete only needs one or two skills to move up.  

What is a private lesson?

A private lesson typically consists of 30 minutes of one on one instruction. At Flying High we offer individual private lessons (one on one) or buddy privates (two students with one instructor).

When should you do a private lesson?

Sometimes your child’s instructor will recommend a private lesson if they only need one or two skills to move up to the next level. Your child may only need one or two privates in order to achieve their skills. Another example of when you may want to consider private lessons is if your child is having a difficult time with a certain skill.  One on one instruction may help them better understand that skill, as well as give them more practice.

How many private lessons will my child need?

Every child is different! The number of privates necessary to successfully learn a skill varies from child to child. The difficulty of the skill is also a factor. After the first private lesson, the instructor should be able to give you a better idea of how many private lessons may be necessary.

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5400 East Ave
Countryside, IL 60525
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