West Washington Branch
Ages 2 through 17 years

Gymnastics is one of the most comprehensive lifestyle exercise programs by incorporating strength, flexibility, speed, balance, coordination, power and discipline. Your child can develop sport-specific skills in an environment that focuses on teamwork, sportsmanship, caring, honesty, respect and responsibility.

Our well-trained instructors, coaches and directors will lead your child through the steps from the toddler exploration stage to the complex skills needed to compete, not forgetting to have fun along the way!

Gymnastics Offerings at the Kettle Moraine YMCA

Tiny Tumblers - Ages 2-4 w/Parent
Parent-guided gymnastics class focuses on development of basic gymnastics skills, somersaults, swinging and balancing while emphasizing the importance of toddler socialization.

Coed Tumbling - Ages 3-6
Children must be able to separate from parents and follow directions. Children will explore beginning tumbling skills with emphasis on confidence, following directions, listening and cooperating using obstacle courses and equipment stations.

Coed Superstars - Ages 3-6
Coed Superstars is for children who are ready for more of a challenge than Coed Tumbling but are too young to move into the progressive program. Children will learn the basic skills of tumbling, vault, bars and beam in a fun and enjoyable way.

Strength & Tumbling Class (coed) - Ages 6 & Up
This is a one hour class for children 6 and up wishing to get stronger and learn the basics of tumbling on a spring floor. This class will focus on skills such as handstand, back walkover, cartwheel, and round off.

Parkour and Free Running - Ages 11 & up
Parkour is the physical discipline of training to overcome any obstacle within one's path by adapting one's movement to the environment. This class will focus on functional strength, physical conditioning, balance, creativity, control and looking beyond the traditional use of objects.

Gymnastics Open Gym - Ages 6 & up
Supervised gymnastics time open to all Kettle Moraine YMCA Members and Community Participants. Children must be able to separate from parents and follow directions. Please no loose fitting clothes or jeans.

Gymnastics Team Open Workout - Ages 6 & up
Supervised gymnastics time open to Kettle Moraine YMCA team gymnastics participants only.


At our West Washington Branch we offer a progressive-based Gymnastic Program beginning with elementary school through teens. We teach kids to tumble, run, jump, and twist in our gymnastics programs. Participants learn movement, fine motor skills, tumbling and advanced gymnastics elements in our progressive-based classes. Gymnasts who are ready to take their skills to the next level can get involved in competitive gymnastics where the whole person is developed and competition and winning are kept in healthy perspective.


Preteam is for the gymnast who has desire and motivation to work hard and shows potential for competitive gymnastics. It is a bridge from our progressive classes to the competitive team. In this class gymnasts will be learning skills required to join our Dynamites Gymnastics Team with more focus on conditioning and flexibility.


Kettle Moraine YMCA Dynamites

Share your passion for the sport of gymnastics, meet some amazing friends and develop life-long skills. Our girls team program is designed to build confidence, strength and self-esteem while having fun. We strive to keep your children happy and healthy while teaching them to be the best gymnasts they can be. Competitive Gymnastics is a Member only program with competition beginning in October. Our competitive program follows USAG Junior Olympic Compulsory & Optional Program as well as the Y National Guidelines.

Non-Competitive Team

Join our Flames Gymnastics Team! You will have all the benefits of being part of a team but with less commitment. Gymnasts will develop their skills each week and learn routines on all four events to perform for friends and family during our recreational gymnastics meet held bi-annually.

Interested participants should contact Danielle Rhoads at 262-247-1028 or with any questions about this program.