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Fun and Fit Gymnastics curriculum 

Lesson planning using appropriate curriculum progressions (teaching step-by-step) is the standard for teaching gymnastics safely, and here at Southern our classes do just that with our Fun & Fit Gymnastics curriculum, a state of the art lesson planning system.

 Fun & Fit curriculum utilizes 1,000 games, drills and teaching progressions to make learning safer and more successful for students than ever before. 

Curriculum Reward System

Our Reward System provides students ages 3 and older with short term and long range achievable goals.  Students earn rewards for learning new skills in a safe and sequential order while parents easily monitor their child's progress.  The system also serves as a foundation for structuring classes based on both age and level.


Every session we have evaluation weeks, where the kids get to perform the new skills they've been learning.  When students perform a skill correctly 3 times in a row for their instructor, they get that skill checked off.  The kids are often most proud of the skills they worked hardest to pass.


Once students pass all of the skills for their level, they are invited to ring the bell, awarded a Certificate, and a photo with their instructor is taken.  The next level skills can be viewed through your customer portal, and the learning process continues.

Parents are notified in advance of their children ringing the bell and receiving their Certificate of Achievement and photo with their Instructor.  We invite all parents to share in the excitement and progress your children will experience while learning gymnastics. 

We believe that the most valuable and powerful lessons we teach your children are not limited to the skills on our posters, but include;

  • what it means to focus and work hard to accomplish goals
  • that sometimes things you can't imagine being able to achieve become easy when you put in the effort
  • that it is healthy and appropriate to experience fear or discomfort at the thought of doing something that feels risky, and that by responding to those fears by asking for help, taking it slow and in small steps, you can overcome those fears instead of giving up or quitting.
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