NINJA ZONE CLASSES

Embrace Your Child's Energy & Ignite Their Confidence!

Ninja Zone Classes for Kids are here! By opening up the world of Ninja to your child, you are providing a unique way to focus their energy. Practicing the sport of Ninja exercises the body and mind, builds character and cultivates discipline. Ninja Zone is a ton of fun for kids and instills discipline, values and techniques that provide an important foundation for your child’s success. 

GCA’s Ninja program is dedicated to instructing students in a safe and progressive manner. Our unique movement-based curriculum aims to, mentally and physically challenge and engage all students of any ability level.  

Programs

Enrollment & Commitment

Enrollment is rolling. You may sign up at anytime and will be pro-rated Accordingly. This is NOT a Monthly Membership. When you register for a class at GCA you are committing to finishing out the current session and are responsible for the remaining class tuition.

Contact

344 West Main Street. Milford, CT.  06460
gcagym@gmail.com
203-693-3352

Lil’ Ninjas is the entry level to the all-new sport discipline inspired by gymnastics, martial arts, obstacle training, and freestyle movement.

Class goals: Listening skills, confidence, trying new things, working through frustration, and manners. We do all this through a strategic mix of skills and progressions.

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Children learn a combination of flips, rolls, jumps, and kicks. Strength and agility are tested through obstacle courses and various training techniques.

A progressive level system evaluates and advances children in their skill and knowledge of core values as described in the NinjaZone creed. Children advance and learn at their own pace.

The levels of NinjaZone are defined by the headband colors of White, Yellow, Green, and Blue.

Click here to register

Children learn a combination of flips, rolls, jumps, and kicks. Strength and agility are tested through obstacle courses and various training techniques.

A progressive level system evaluates and advances children in their skill and knowledge of core values as described in the NinjaZone creed. Children advance and learn at their own pace.

The levels of NinjaZone are defined by the headband colors of White, Yellow, Green, and Blue.

Click here to register

Children learn a combination of flips, rolls, jumps, and kicks. Strength and agility are tested through obstacle courses and various training techniques.

A progressive level system evaluates and advances children in their skill and knowledge of core values as described in the NinjaZone creed. Children advance and learn at their own pace.

The levels of NinjaZone are defined by the headband colors of White, Yellow, Green, and Blue.

By invitation only

Children learn a combination of flips, rolls, jumps, and kicks. Strength and agility are tested through obstacle courses and various training techniques.

A progressive level system evaluates and advances children in their skill and knowledge of core values as described in the NinjaZone creed. Children advance and learn at their own pace.

The levels of NinjaZone are defined by the headband colors of White, Yellow, Green, and Blue.

By invitation only

Dress Code Reminder:
A student’s apparel is very important to ensure safety. We require a specific uniform for NinjaZone classes. Each class, your child needs to come prepared with their NINJAZONE SHIRT AND HEADBAND. Shorts or pants can be any type and should be dark in color, but we recommend a material that allows children to move freely. Jeans and school uniform pants are not permitted on the gym floor.

Tardiness Reminder:
We strive for each Ninja to get the most out of their classes. We appreciate those that make it to class on time! In NinjaZone class, we teach our students manners and important character traits, to allow them to develop into well-rounded individuals. We will sometimes teach lessons about tardiness. If we are teaching the kids to respect each other’s time, we would love to also see all of our Ninjas in class on time. It takes away from class when we have to stop and catch up late students. We understand things happen, but we have noticed habitual tardiness lately, and we appreciate that you will help us practice what we preach.