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At Skylark our ninja classes are a fun fusion of parkour, gymnastics, obstacle training and stage fighting. Each of those sports has different footwear requirements, so it can be tricky for parents to know what’s best for their ninjas to wear on their feet. Never fear, we’ve made it easy to find the perfect pair
If you look closely, you’ll see handstands everywhere in gymnastics. So it’s really important to get our shape strong from right at the beginning.
A huge number of our Skylark Squad athletes have just returned from an amazing trip to the Gold Coast, where the sun shone almost as brightly as our performances!
What is it that makes some people more successful than others? Are they just born gifted with talent? Are they luckier than other people? Or maybe, it’s the way that they think…
Congratulations to all of our athletes who competed at State Pennant and Vic Championships in Geelong last weekend. Thanks to your amazing efforts, Skylark Sports has been named Champion Club for State Pennant for the 4th year in a row
Each month we share an article with our community to help kids grow on their gymnastics journey. This month we’re talking about resilience and how we can help our kids grow this vital life skill.
Looking for a fun activity you can do with your toddler that builds their brains and helps them with their gymnastics? Then look no further than Animal Walks! Animal Walks is an activity that helps promote vestibular processing, engages the imagination and is lots of fun!
Competition season has arrived and with any performance sport, it can be hard to know what the judges are looking for. To help you navigate the scoring system we’ve created this list of 5 things you need to know about how acro routines are judged.
It’s likely to be cold and wet for the next little while so why not make some play-dough? Play dough is a never ending tactile learning experience for all children. It’s a fantastic way to get creative, stimulate your imagination, and develop those fine motor skills. Plus it’s a whole lot of FUN!