Light of the World Gymnastics Academy offers summer classes for ages 3-6

Gymnastics coach Amelia Moorehouse works with a student at Light of the World Gymnastics Academy.

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Light of the World Gymnastics Academy has returned to Pinckney this summer, offering classes for children ages 3-6. It’s the perfect introduction to the sport for children, and the cost is just $100 for the entire summer.

It’s a five-week summer program with classes starting the week of July 8 and running through Aug. 15. (There are no classes the week of Aug. 5-8).

All classes take place at Light of the World Academy in Pinckney (550 E. Hamburg Street), and are taught by Amelia Moorehouse, a college gymnast at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. Moorehouse founded Light of the World Gymnastics Academy two years ago, and has been teaching gymnastics at the school for years.

Children will learn the basics of all aspects of gymnastics, including floor exercise, vault, balance beam, bars and dance. They’ll develop their skills as they gain confidence in their abilities. They’ll also play plenty of gymnastics-related games during class.

There are two summer sessions: The Red class meets every Monday and Wednesday from 9-10 a.m., while the Blue class meets every Tuesday and Thursday from 9-10 a.m. Classes are limited to just 15 children, so you should sign up now to reserve a spot.

The cost is $100 for the entire summer, and nothing is due until the first day of class in July.

To register or for more information, send an email with your child’s name, age and which class you want to register for (Red or Blue). Send the email to kathy@lightoftheworldacademy.org.

You can also register and get more information by calling 517-515-9496.

For a closer look at the Light of the World Gymnastics Academy, see the video below:

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