To see all of the amenities we offer for our parents. (hint, there are massage chairs!)
About Simeti's Gymnastics Academy
Simeti's Gymnastics Academy is proud to announce our new, more spacious location in at 6650 Keystone St. in the Tacony Section of Philadelphia, just minutes off the I95 Cottman exit, right off of Torresdale and Unruh, and minutes from Quaker City Flea Market. We now have our own private parking lot, stage, snack bar, gymnastics merchandise (leoatards, t-shirst and MORE) parent area with professional massage chair, TV with Disney Plus, Discovery Plus, Hulu, Netflix and more, an arcade game area (games are free to play, and a great way to keep siblings busy while their brother or sister is taking a class, and for parents to have a little fun too!).
Why enroll your child in gymnastics? Gymnastics teaches kids many things, such as:
Coordination and Flexibility
Sportsmanship and Social Skill Building
Fundamentals of Movement
Discipline, Listening, and Determination
Self Esteem and Confidence
Strength and Power
Skills to Enhance Other Athletic Sports
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Simeti's Gymnastics Academy Instructor Spotlight
Lemiya has been studying under Philadelphia's renowned Gymnast Tony Simeti for 8 years, and has been coaching for the past 6 years. She has taught Autistic Support Gym classes at Kensington High School, and is currently attending Temple University where she will earn her doctorate in Child Psychology. She is a patient and kind teacher.
Here's a photo of Coach Lemiya doing her thing in the gym! She teaches all of the classes herself, while maintaining a 4.0 gpa at Temple University, she is currently in her third year. She is also a Big Sister with the Big Brother/ Big Sister organization, as well as a Best Buddy, a similar organization that matches everyday people with a teen or young adult on the Autism Spectrum or with Intellectual Disabilities. She also host a FREE social group for higher functioning teens and young adults on the spectrum so they can make new friends, have fun and work on their interpersonal skills. This group meets once a month at they gym. If you know someone who'd benefit from the group, give us a call!
We make learning gymnastics fantastic!
Here's what we are up to when the gym is empty and we are just fooling around!
Coach Lemiya doing her thing!
Miss Lisa in her native habitat, the massage chair.
HAHA Look at Miss Lisa's face as she tries out the trampoline!