Tumblebus is owned and operated by Tim & Samantha Dwyer of Acworth, GA.
Our basic philosophy
At the tumblebus station and on our tumblebus' we offer a non-competitive, safe & fun environment that children can develop skills and learning at their own pace. They are never compared to other children. Our goal is to help the students have fun while participating and learning the sport and skills. We provide challenges that are achievable and we strive to create an environment for each child's self improvement and self esteem.
About tumblebus national
Tumblebus is a nationally recognized children's fun & fitness program for ages toddler to twelve. The original tumblebus was started in the mid 1980's in southern Indiana by Brenda & Larry Scharlow. The program was designed to provide tumbling & gymnastic instruction and fun & fitness activities to children by way of a mobile gym bus & gym facility program. The concept caught on quickly at local schools and childcare facilities and the scharlow's soon started selling tumblebus' and trademark rights across the country. Today there are over 260 tumblebus' around the country, including as far as Hawaii.
Tumblebus has been recognized as a Fortune's Top 500 small business, featured on CNN, "John & Kate plus 8", and numerous other local news channels for the unique program offered.
About recreational gymnastics
The recreational gymnastics program at tumblebus station is geared toward gymnasts at all skill levels and up to 14 years of age. The classes provide the children with a strong foundation of basic skills. Students learn fundamental skills like forward and backward rolls, cartwheels, and handstands and also learn other basic skills on other events including the uneven bars, balance beam, vault and high bar, parallel bars, and rings. Using these skills, they are given the opportunity to advance in the sport to any level. These 1 hour classes are strictly non-competitive and are designed solely for the enjoyment of learning gymnastics and having fun.