Classes for Ages 4 Months to 3 Years

Connect with your little one and help them develop strength and motor skills, as you both learn, play and grow together in class.

Learn & Grow Together

At The Little Gym, we believe that parent and child gym classes are an important opportunity for parents to stay active and bond with their children. It’s never too early for your little one to start learning and have some Serious Fun. From infant to toddler, our parent and child classes promote early development and provide a strong foundation for your child’s critical first three years. And since you’re along for the ride, you’ll be right there to celebrate every discovery with smiles, hugs, and the occasional adult-sized giggle.

If you’re wondering when you should start taking your little one to parent and child gym classes, the answer is: as soon as possible once your child is 4 months old! The earlier you start exercising with your baby, the better. Studies have shown that babies who get more exercise at an early age tend to be healthier as they grow up. Our parent and child classes are available as soon as you’re ready.

Why Join Our Parent/Child Gym Classes?

Strengthen Bonds: Experience the joy of teamwork as you and your child motivate, support, and celebrate each other’s achievements.

Developmental Boost: Our classes are designed to enhance motor skills, balance, and coordination in children, while parents get a refreshing workout.

Social Connections: Engage with a community of like-minded parents. Share experiences, tips, and form lasting friendships as your children play and learn together.

Safety Assured: Our facility is equipped with child-friendly apparatus, and our instructors are trained to ensure a safe environment for both parents and children.

Serious Fun: From directive songs and music to basic tumbling and gymnastics skills, small manipulatives, balls, and bubbles, our classes are packed with activities that guarantee laughter, learning, and a good dose of endorphins.

Try Us Out!

Not sure if The Little Gym is right for your child? Let us show you what serious fun is all about. Book an introductory class with us to experience The Little Gym with no risk. 

Parent/Child Class Schedule

Our classes typically take place at the same time each week. Here’s what our schedule looks like this week. Select a class below to sign up!

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Explore our Parent/Child Classes

Our classes are created to help your child grow and learn at their own pace. Learn more about the skills we focus on at each level.


4 - 10 months

Get your baby off to a great start and watch them grow. Parents and children are surrounded by a supportive group of friends.


10 months - 19 months

Now that your child is on the move, there’s a wobbly world of wonder to discover. Help them build strength, develop coordination, and meet other new explorers.


19 months - 3 years

Embrace your little one’s new found independence in an environment where your child can climb, roam and explore.

Super Beasts

2.5 years - 3 years

Super Beasts classes are structured to harness your toddler’s energy and actively encourage independence.

The Importance of Early Childhood Development

Early childhood development lays the foundation for a child’s future physical, emotional, cognitive, and social well-being. Here are some of the ways that your little one would benefit from a child program at The Little Gym:


Brain Development

During the early years, your child’s brain undergoes rapid growth and development, forming neural connections that shape their cognitive abilities, learning capacity, and overall intelligence.


Social and Emotional Development

Early childhood is when children learn important social and emotional skills, such as empathy, self-regulation, and how to form relationships with others. These skills are essential for managing emotions, and navigating social interactions throughout life.


Language and Communication Skills

The early years are a sensitive period for language development. Children learn to communicate, express themselves, and understand others through interactions with caregivers, exposure to language-rich environments, and early literacy experiences.


Physical Health and Well-being

Early childhood is when the most physical growth occurs. Proper nutrition, adequate sleep, and opportunities for physical activity during this period are essential for establishing healthy habits and preventing health problems later in life.


Cognitive Skills and School Readiness

Early childhood experiences play a significant role in shaping a child’s cognitive abilities and readiness for school. Activities that promote play and creativity lay the groundwork for academic success and lifelong learning.


Resilience and Coping Skills

Building resilience and coping skills early in life helps children navigate challenges and setbacks more effectively. Positive early experiences and supportive relationships with caregivers provide a buffer against stress and adversity, promoting mental health and well-being.

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Memorable Movement Classes

At The Little Gym, your little one will be engaging in age appropriate activities that are geared towards your child’s development.

Along with helping them refine their gross motor skills, our classes incorporate music and movement that engage your child’s body and mind,with other children their ages.

We believe that the best kind of learning combines fun and adventure. Our curriculum is structured and designed to provide a safe space for your child to take calculated risks, boosting their curiosity and love for movement and learning. Even though they will be engaging in play-based activities, your child will also develop problem-solving skills, resilience, and the ability to embrace challenges.

Parents will be present with their infant or toddler, but they will also receive support from our experienced instructors who are passionate about helping your child build their confidence and gross motor skills.