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A little about the Acro Classes with Ilyan Keay:

My classes are inclusive of children from all backgrounds, shapes, sizes and abilities and introduce tumbling and acro in a safe progressive way based on the AcroPals Syllabus. I strive to build strong, resilient Acrobats and focus on creating a fun environment where every child can thrive. I don’t push children or try to mold each child the same way, I celebrate each child’s unique ability and motivate them to be not just the best Acrobats they can be, but the best little people they can be. Classes run for 1 hour and are small in size, there is a strict cut off of 10 or 12 students, so your child gets the attention they deserve.

Classes are based on the tried and tested Skill progressions created by Ilyan Keay through her 18 years of teaching Gym Sports and Dance Acro.We build our Acrobats from the ground up and focus on a strong foundation.We learn to fall before we learn to flip!Ages range from 2.5 yrs (For our Beginner 1 Levels with a parents participation) through to 16 + (Intermediate 3 – Advanced 2 Levels) and each child is carefully grouped in a way that will keep them thriving.

What is Acro?

Our unique Acro classes are floor based and we use mats and airtracks in all our classes.

Our classes combine;

Gymnastics based Shaping (think tuck or pike positions.)

Tumbling (think Cartwheels and Backhandsprings.)

Dance Acro based Aerials (think no handed cartwheels!)

Trampolining inspired Flips and Twists (think back tucks and back layouts with twists in the air.)

Sports Acrobatics/ Acroyoga (think standing on shoulders, getting thrown into the air, or balancing on someone’s feet.)

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