What should my child wear in class?
Shorts and T-shirt or a leotard or stretchpants, clothing that allows for splits and bridges (for example no tight jeans!)
No jewelry! Earrings may get lost or ripped out of the ears when getting caught on a mat, same with rings, it is not a pretty sight if you sprain a finger or a toe and it has a ring on it!
Hair should be arranged so that it does not get in front of your eyes when you do a handstand! ( tied back)
What are important things we need to know about classes?
1} Be on time! Class starts with a warm up that prepares your child for the physical challenges that are presented in class. If you miss the warm up, your child will be less prepared for learning the skills.
2) Be rested, well energized and hydrated when starting class! Too little or too much food and or water will impact the benefits of the class
3) Be ready to learn! Yes! there are a lot of responsibilities in life, like home work for school, and other things that are very important, But when in gymnastics it is important to let go of all other responsibilities and focus on gymnastics, because more than all other responsibilities, landing on your feet is most important!
Is there a waiver online that I must read & sign prior to my child's participation?
Why, YES! There is! We do require that a legal parent or guardian sign a waiver prior to participation for all participating minors.
Can't be there to sign?
Simply download, read, and sign the document below and sent it in with your child.
Can I schedule a drop-in class for my child?
Yes- but we ask that parents schedule drop-ins prior to their preferred class time.
We also ask that students complete at least one full session of experience. This keeps the class safe, fun, and productive for all students.
**First time students are required to pay a drop-in fee**
Please note that there is a
$30 class charge for drop-ins for un-enrolled students
$25 for a drop in class for enrolled
Running late! Can my child still take his/her scheduled class?
We understand that traffic, events, errands, and life happens. Arriving a few minutes late isn't a big problem.
However, students will not be admitted into class after 10 mins of warm up.
All makeup classes MUST be scheduled within the same session. Makeup classes do not carry over from previous sessions.
My Child has a runny nose/cough but it's not that big of a deal, right? Can my child still take class or go to Open Gym?
No way! We understand that some children experience lingering signs of illness. However, please help us protect ALL of our students and staff from illness.
Students that exhibit cold/flu symptoms within 72 hours of class or Open Gym will not be permitted on the floor.
In order to protect the safety of our students, anyone who fails to comply with this policy will be asked to leave the gym for violating our health code policy without recourse or refund.
How much do classes cost? How is tuition charged?
Tuition is due on the first day of classes in order to secure your child's space for the session.
We ask that all pre-enrollment reservations accept full tuition charges.
Classes are organized by 8-10 week long sessions. We do allow open enrollment throughout the session for open classes. When enrolled for a session, classes break down to $22/class.
Drop-ins *unenrolled* = $30
Drop-ins *enrolled* = $25
We do require that parents schedule demos or drop in classes via email prior to your preferred class time/day.
**20% late fees will be charged to delinquent accounts after the first week of tuition collection**
Are your teachers qualified?
Yes coaches are safety certified and Professional coaches, certified by the USA Gymnastics. We require all coaches to maintain their professional certifications and encourage continuing education. Our coaches are certified in competitive artistic gymnastics, recreational gymnastics, athletic fitness, early child development, nutrition, acrobatic gymnastics, and positive coaching through Positive Coaching Alliance.
Can we still join your classes after the term has started?
All classes are pro-rated!
Can parents watch?
Yes! And in addition, when children are 4 years old it is sometimes difficult to keep attention, Parents are invited to help encourage their child to pay attention and follow instructions!
However, at 5 years of age, children are expected to be able to be part of the class without the help of a parent. The job of the parent is to experience their child's class from the sidelines and let the coach do his or her job! (that includes no coaching from the sidelines!)
What is your ratio of student to coaches?
8 : 1
Every class has a maximum of
8 children to one teacher! One additional student may be added if he or she missed a class and wants to do a make up.
If you miss a class and want to do a make up, schedule this beforehand via email to make sure that there are not too many children in a class!
Are your classes insured?
Yes but it is a secondary insurance and liability coverage, so you should have your own insurance and not rely on ours!
I have a question or concern. How do I communicate with my child's coach?
Our staff is more than happy to answer any questions our athletes or parents may have. However, coaches aren't always able to talk between busy classes. Please feel free to email us with any questions or concerns.
Our sessions run between 8 and 10 weeks long. This is a big commitment! We make sure that all of our classes maintain an 8:1 ratio. For this reason, we ask that all parents notify our Admin via email at least two weeks prior to your intended cancellation date.
Insurance fees are not refundable.
Notice of Refused Service
Under federal law, we reserve the right to refuse service to anyone.
Failure to comply with our business policies, violation of any USAG compliant bylaws, or failure to illustrate respect, good sportsmanship, or safe behavior is subject to immediate dismissal without refund.
Tax ID Number 47-4904058