Group of kids in gymnastics class

Cartwheels Gymnastics
(951) 698-0707
Exists to provide a safe, fun, motivating environment for your child to build self confidence through gymnastics and physical fitness. Special needs class.

IncredABLES Rancho Cucamonga
Held at Precision Gymnastics, 9518 Ninth Street Suite B, Rancho Cucamonga
(909) 483-8161
Register through the City of Rancho Cucamonga Parks and Rec Dept
For ages 5 years to 19 years. Class will emphasize flexibility, gross motor skills, muscular strength and endurance, social skills, and coordination. Class will learn gymnastics on obstacle courses, foam filled pit, trampolines, balance beams, uneven bars, floor exercise, and vault. Classes are held in our state of the art 20,000+ square foot facility. Class is on Mondays from 3:15pm-4:00 pm. Parent participation is required. Monthly fee $61.00 (Resident); $75.00 (Non-resident)

My Gym Temecula
30570 Rancho California Rd., 111B, Temecula
(951) 699-8800
Happy to include children with ASD with parent participation classes (especially under age 3yrs). The cost is $5 and a parent or guardian needs to be out on the floor with the child. They have great gymnastics equipment including two large trampolines. For future information, they do this the first Saturday of every month. It’s usually from 12:00 to 1:00, but it is suggested to call.

No Limits Creative Arts
Yorba Linda & Los Alamitos
Program designed to bring the arts to kids with special needs. Arts for all children is a special gift that allows them to be creative and have a voice all their own. Their goal is to provide a safe, comfortable environment for our students to express themselves creatively. Offers Dance, Musical Theater and Tumbling classes in our program.  All of our classes are structured and provide a fun and safe environment for our students.

Redlands Gymnastics Club
1915 W. Redlands Blvd., Suite #103, Redlands
(909) 335.6780
Parent Participation Special Needs class as Tumble Tots for children of all ages. Call for updated class information, monthly cost and annual registration fee.

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