September - April
Registration usually takes place in the months of July and August.
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Parent & Tot (Ages 2 - 4)
This class is designed for you to spend time with your child in a structured, fun environment while they learn the basic gymnastics movements. This is a great way to introduce children to an active, healthy lifestyle. They will explore all of our gymnastics equipment and develop basic skills.
Kindergym ( Ages 4-5)
KinderGym best suited for children ages 4- 5. This class is designed for boys and girls to introduce them to the basics of gymnastics in a fun, safe and disciplined environment. This active class introduces them to all of the equipment involved with artistic gymnastics in an age-appropriate fashion.
Co-Ed Recreational 1 (Ages 6-8)
This class is designed for gymnasts with little or no experience in the sport. It introduces children to the basics of gymnastics in a fun, safe and disciplined environment. Skills will be developed to improve flexibility, balance and strength, which enhances skill development. This class is the building block for entrance into the Pre-Competitive levels.
Girls Recreational 2 (Ages 9+)
This class is best suited for girls ages 10 and up. Please see the above “Recreational 1” description as these two classes are the same, aside from the age requirements.
Girls Pre-Competitive (Ages 5+)
This class is by invitation only and is designed to introduce girls to the competitive program to help them decide if they are interested in joining the competitive stream. This class allows girls to be challenged without the commitment and obligations that go along with the competitive program. This class is also for girls who want to go in a competitive direction but are either not ready or old enough yet.
Competitive Program (Ages 6+)
This program is developed to assist in the progression from the Regional Stream, to Provincial Level and finally to the National Level.
The program puts an emphasis on having fun yet demands a commitment to working hard. As the gymnasts progress and higher levels are achieved, further competitions beyond the Regional Stream can be introduced. The Regional Stream includes Junior Olympic (J.O.) levels 1-5 for women, and beginner and advanced for men. The Provincial Stream includes J.O. levels 5-9 for women, and J.O. levels 1-5 for men.