Acrobatic Arts

 

StarMaker is now teaching from the Acrobatic Arts Syllabus for all of acro (formerly tumbling) classes.

 

The Acrobatic Arts Syllabus is a comprehensive 12 level program for ages 3 and up, focusing on five main areas, strength, flexibility, balancing, limbering and tumbling.

The syllabus includes:

            -More than 450 skills over the 12 different levels

            -Videos for partner work

            -Videos for transitioning from skill to skill

            -Drills for Strength, Flexibility and Cardio

            -Stretches of the Month

And so much more!

 

We will have multiple levels of Acrobatic Arts in one class.

 

Tiny Tumblers- Acrobatic Arts Primary- Level 1

            Ages 3-6 (Through Kindergarten)

This class focuses on improving gross motor skills, strength and flexibility.  Some skills include somersaults, pre-cartwheels and the start of handstands and bridges

 

Fundamental Acro- Acrobatic Arts Level 1-5 (Old Tumble I and II)

            Ages 6 and up (1st grade and up)

This class will have multiple levels with in it.  From the beginner student to students who have more skills, the teachers will assess each child at the start of classes to determine what level they are working at and run the class accordingly.  Some skills include somersaults, cartwheels, handstands, bridges and kick overs.

 

Intermediate Acro- Acrobatic Arts Level 6 and up (Old Tumble III, IV and Advanced)

            Ages 6 and up (1st grade and up)

This class will have multiple levels with in it.  Students have either advanced from Fundamental Acro into this class, or have been placed here by an instructor evaluation.  Teachers will assess each child at the start of classes to determine what level they are working at a run the class accordingly.  Some skills include round offs, back and front walkovers, back handsprings and aerials.

 

If you are new to StarMaker and are unsure of a level placement for your child, please contact us and we can set up and evaluation to determine the correct level for your child.

 

Dress Code:

Any colored leotard or biketard, footless or stirrup tights. 

Shorts are permissible. 

Hair needs to be pulled off the face.

 

Dress Code Boys:

 

Black athletic shorts, any solid color t-shirt or tank