SONIC is a special needs program created to provide an environment that makes it possible for EVERY individual to achieve and succeed.
North Shore Gymnastics is dedicated to meeting the needs of all individuals ages 18 months to adults. Our facility provides those of all abilities an opportunity to enjoy physical activity. Movement is a fundamental necessity for positive physical, cognitive, social and emotional growth. No matter what challenges your child faces, our staff works diligently to help them overcome those barriers.
With the proven SONIC special needs curriculum and training, North Shore Gymnastics will work with each individual to ensure their needs are met at each stage of development and growth. We value each individual’s potential based upon their individual abilities.
SONIC offerings at NSGA
One on One Private Sessions:
Small Group Sessions:
How to Register
*To schedule a visit or tour of our facility please call our office 763-479-3189 or email email@example.com
Benefits of SONIC
Physical Growth: endurance, flexibility, agility, balance, coordination, reaction time, power and speed.
Social Skills: between the child and their coach and other children.
Cognitive Growth: learn to recognize and interpret information, patterns, sequences, actions and consequences.
Emotional Growth: learn to recognize, interpret and communicate self emotions and emotions of others.
"Our class of 7th-12th grade students with mild-severe developmental disabilities recently took a field trip to experience the North Shore Gymnastics Sonic Program. Our staff were so impressed with the Sonic team and their ability to adapt activities to meet our students' varying needs and interests. As an occupational therapist, I can see that this program has the ability to improve motor planning, problem-solving, activity endurance, flexibility, sensory processing and team building skills for children of all ages and ability levels."
~Alyssa E. - Occupational Therapist, Lionsgate Academy
"Afton loves movement and the sensation of moving, but because of her highly limited physical abilities, she requires outside help to achieve these sensations. At North Shore Afton got to try things that she has never done or experienced before on a mental and physical level. She experienced new sensations that are unachievable in her daily routine or in standard clinical therapies."
~ Aaron F. (Parent)
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