The mission of the CATS Cub Club preschool gymnastics program is to have fun, improve confidence, self-esteem and physical fitness through the joys and discipline of structured play. Gymnastics classes at CATS provide valuable physical, social, and developmental experiences that help prepare your little one for success in school and life.  CATS fun, safe, and challenging Cub Club curriculum allows participants to gain skill development and improved body awareness on our specifically designed pre-school sized equipment. Check out CATS Cub Club weekday classes and incredible instructors in more detail below. If you’re not quite sure what class would be best for your child, call our front office and one of our team members will be happy to assist you!   


           Or call 303-939-9699 after 10:00am Monday-Saturday





















Cub & Caregiver  Ages 1.5-3 years




Cub and Caregiver is for the toddler who still needs a caregiver’s assistance but is prepared for a fully structured class. This 45-minute class starts with an active play-based warm up. We play on a large obstacle course designed specifically for younger children and then rotate through events that include: trampolines, bars, balance beam, and more. This class offers important opportunities to develop fine and gross motor skills, body awareness, and coordination. Basic gymnastics, combined with an emphasis on important social skills, create a fun and healthy atmosphere for little bodies that are capable and ready to learn!



Club Cub Mini  Ages 3-5 years



This 55-minute class is for mini cubs who are developmentally ready for a class without a caregiver’s assistance. This class includes an active warm-up with games and learning stations on events such as floor exercise, balance beam, bars, rings, and trampoline. This level will work on gymnastics skills such as forward and backward rolls, headstands, and handstands, pull over on bars, and seat drops on a trampoline.  


Cub Club  Ages 4-6 years



This 55-minute class is for older cubs who are improving their executive function skills such as listening, following directions, and waiting for turns. Their little bodies are learning greater air awareness and control as we start to independently perform gymnastics skills like forward rolls, backward rolls, bridges, headstands, and cartwheels! Special attention is placed on skills needed for further advancement in our gymnastics program.