The Therapy through Adaptive Gymnastics (TAG) Program will provide one on one or small group instruction to individuals who have special needs and who need a more direct and focused learning path. Using a therapeutic approach with the help of adaptive gymnastics, individuals will work with a TAG coach to advance their physical and cognitive wellness. The one on one or small group instruction allows the TAG coach to design all curriculum individually and specifically for each child.
It is the mission of G-Force Gymnastics TAG Program is to help all children grow and develop in a positive manner through the art and sport of gymnastics. We will strive to make every child feel a sense of self-worth and importance. We will work to develop physical strength, coordination, flexibility, and balance in order to improve gross and fine motor skills through adaptive gymnastics. At the same time, develop their mind, self-confidence, and discipline in a positive and fun learning environment.
At G-Force Gymnastics we believe:
Every child is unique and deserves the individual attention necessary to inspire them to reach their full potential.
We can instill a sense of confidence, self-worth and success through positive reinforcement.
Learning in a fun and safe environment is essential for our athletes to excel and in all areas of their development.
One on one (1-1 ratio) - The athlete will work alone with a TAG Coach to target specific goals for that particular athlete.
Pairs (2-1 ratio)- Two athletes will be paired up with common goals. Together they will work to improve on those common goals. Pairs can also be used to help increase social interaction.
Small Group (3 or 4-1 ratio)- Athletes with like abilities and common goals with work together and learn how to navigate a group setting.
Minimum amount of time: 30 min Maximum amount of time 50 min
Price will vary and will be discussed after initial evaluation.
*A quick conversation with the athlete’s guardian about updated progress and possible at home work
will follow each therapy session.
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What Our Families Have to Say!
Our 6 year old daughter began working with Coach Gianna Springer at (G Force Gymnastics) when she was four years old. Our daughter was born 3 months premature and the NICU Medical team said she will probably have to walk with a pediatric walker or some sort of orthopedics device. She has also been tested for Cerebral Palsy which came back negative. My husband and I decided to get her into gymnastics to help with her overall physical condition. We were paired up with Coach Gianna who focused on working with children with special needs. Coach Gianna and our daughter began working together once a week for an hour at a time, plus group gymnastics once a week as well. It was the perfect gymnastic match. Coach Gianna worked with our daughter and helped her with her confidence, and gross and fine motor skills. We watched Coach Gianna work with our daughter on beam, trampoline, rope, climbing ladders and many other various tasks . When our daughter first started she was uncoordinated. Now she can play hopscotch, do cartwheels, ride her bike and the list goes on. Our daughter is physically stronger and I cannot begin to describe so many other successes.
-Jered and Dawn Eaglesmith
During my daughters gymnastics practice Gianna and Lisa noticed her curling her toes when on the beam. They immediately took action by bringing her attention to it, helping her to focus on correcting the issue, giving her exercises to do at home, and fun one on one time with Gianna. It has greatly helped her balance!