Helping Your Gymnast Develop Confidence

Students can be talented at a sport and still not excel if they lack confidence. A lack of confidence in gymnastics can be frustrating and concerning.  It’s difficult to see an athlete who has great talent be unable to compete at their full ability due to low confidence or fear of failure.  Not only is it frustrating, it can even be dangerous and leave you looking for tips from team members on helping your gymnast [...]

October 10th, 2019|

Halloween Classroom Ideas That Will ‘Wow’ Your Studio’s Children and Parents

October 4th, 2019|

With October’s arrival comes one of our favorite holidays: Halloween. And while you may think Halloween’s popularity is due to the over-abundance of candy, or the opportunity for children and adults to act with ridiculousness like walking around their neighborhoods in homemade to designer costumes, ring doorbells and shout nonsense, [...]

Give Your Gymnasts a Bag List of What They Should Bring to Practice

August 13th, 2019|

Whether your gymnasts are new to the sport or veterans on the mat, they can ensure that gymnastics practices are great by being prepared. To help out, we’ve come up with the ultimate list of what your gymnasts should put in their gym bags - and provided it in a [...]

Providing a Gender Inclusive Space Where Students Can Thrive

July 25th, 2019|

Welcome all humans! Here at Jackrabbit we’ve always thought of each other and our clients as a family. I’m sure you can relate! Children spend the majority of their time between school, after school activities, and home - which makes you a key part of their day and of their community. [...]

Reviewing Your Policies Before Chaos of Fall: How Are You Incorporating Gender Neutrality

July 25th, 2019|

For centuries dance has held various traditions that have been exclusively gender binary, recognizing just two genders: male and female. Audiences have seen examples of these roles in some dance genres like classical ballet and traditional partner dances. In more recent years, the gender neutrality movement has made strides in [...]

17 Tips for Working with Children with Special Needs

July 20th, 2019|

Create the Best Possible Experience for Them and for You Working with children with special needs is often daunting and overwhelming – with some situations seeming impossible. The importance of providing a safe, comfortable and engaging environment for them cannot be over-stressed. This is true especially when they’re involved in [...]

Meeting Special Needs

July 18th, 2019|

Special Needs Activities: Expression Through Dance It is often difficult for children with special needs to find enjoyable activities. These can be children with sensory processing disorder, autism, or other socio-emotional or physical difficulties.  Children with these needs can have some or all of a variety of symptoms such as [...]

Top 4 Features of the Best Kids’ Swim Schools

April 22nd, 2019|

Today’s parents search online for the “best” of everything for their kids. Gone are the days when whatever facility is closest is the one they choose. To attract an optimal number of children and families to your swim school, you need to prove your mettle by outshining your competitors. [...]

Water is The Greater Equalizer for Special Needs Swimmers

March 25th, 2019|

What is the difference in swimming for kids who have special needs and those who don’t? The answer? Because of the great equalizing power of water, everyone can swim! As far as learning to swim goes, some kids with disabilities do get more out of one-on-one instruction. For example, children [...]

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