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ABOUT THE PROGRAM

Tumblin' Tigers LLC is a mobile gymnastics organization. We teach classes in daycares, preschools, and after school programs. We dedicate ourselves to providing the highest quality gymnastics instruction in a safe and enjoyable environment. Students' safety is our highest concern. Classes are set up in a circuit of stations with new equipment each week. This helps to encourage constant movement and development. Students will receive individualized training, and skills are taught in progression-- which means success in every class!! Classes are uniquely tailored to fit all ages (16 months to 10 years old).

                      Each month a new and exciting theme is introduced, allowing students to engage their imaginations during class.          Themes Include: Dinosaurs Can Do Gymnastics Too, Let's Get Healthy, On the Farm, Dr. Suess, Let's Go Camping, At the Beach, Healthy Eating, Fire Safety, and MORE!

 We work to improve our students' self-esteem, strength, coordination, flexibility, balance, spatial awareness, and fine & gross motor skills, all while developing their basic gymnastics skill!

Instruction is taught on equipment such as:

  • Balance Beams

  • Parallel Bars

  • Single Rail Bar

  • Panel Mats

  • Incline Mats

  • Trampoline

  • Octagon Mat

  • Spring Board

  • Vaulting Techniques

  • AND MORE!

 

Class Structure:

Daycare classes- Ages 16 months- 4 years old:

30 minute classes-

  1. Begin with stretching and reviewing the basic gymnastics positions (tuck, pike, straddle, etc.)

  2. Coach goes over the theme and demonstrates the circuit to the students.

  3. Students move through a circuit of 8-10 stations with fun and exciting equipment and props.

  4. Cool down activity- either fun movements to music, group activity to develop team work, or a game to further develop gymnastics coordination in a fun way. (differs weekly)

 

Public School classes- Ages 4 years old- 10 years old:

50 minute classes-

  1. Stretching- Begin with stretching and developing flexibility.

  2. Group warm up- Students practice jumps and basic tumbling skills lined up across the mats.

  3. Stations- Students move through a circuit of 8-10 stations which can be changed and modified to fit a gymnast's skill level.

  4. Cool down activity- A challenging game (such as a Ninja-Warrior Obstacle Course) or group activity to develop team work (activities differ weekly).

 

All circuits include:

Hand-eye Coordination Station

Large Motor Skill Station

Small Motor Skill Station

2-3 Balance Stations

1-2 Tumbling Stations

Cardio Station

Strength Development Station

 

About The Coaches:

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Bethany Scott

Bethany is co-owner of Tumblin' Tigers Gymnastics, alongside her husband Ethan Scott. (Ethan is heavily involved in the behind the scenes work of the business, as well as an occasional substitute/extra coach.) Bethany has been involved with the sport of gymnastics for over 11 years, as a gymnast and a coach. She began her involvement with gymnastics in Minnesota, where she grew up. In high school she won many awards at the state level. Bethany moved down to Oklahoma, to attend Rhema Bible Training College in 2015, and she brought her passion for gymnastics with her. Along with plus 6 plus years of teaching experience, Bethany has received the following certifications: CPR; First Aid; USA Gymnastics Safety Certification, and USA Gymnastics Instructor Certified. Two of her greatest passions are gymnastics and helping kids grow and gain confidence, which is why she loves coaching these classes!

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Staci Jacobs

“Hi my name is Staci Jacobs, and I am so excited to be a part of Tumblin’ Tigers. I have been involved in health and wellness for the last 12 years. My degree is in Health Science with an emphasis in Health Training. I have worked in corporate wellness working one on one with people to help them meet fitness and life goals. I have managed and taught different varieties of fitness classes at local gyms, working with a broad age range from children all the way to seniors. I’ve also had the privilege of coaching tumbling and cheer for my local community. Training and coaching is legitimately my passion, and I look forward to working with your kiddos!”