What should my student wear?
Here is the dress code that is expected: All female gymnasts are required to wear a gymnastics leotard. She may wear shorts or footless tights with her suit. Hair should be pulled back away from face. No shoes or socks. Male students may wear athletic shirt and shorts. No shoes or socks. Jr Tumblers and Teen Tumblers should wear spandex shorts with a tight fitting shirt (or a gymnastics leo underneath).
Where can I get a gymnastics leotard?
There are used suits for sale at the gym in the waiting room area. Other options include shopping online: www.ozoneleos.com, gkelite.com, dancewearsolutions.com. There are sizing charts for each website. Several large retailers carry dance leotards for girls (a cotton/spandex suit) that is fine as well. You may be able to find them a Kohl’s, Wal-Mart, or Meijer’s. Or you can visit Opening Night in Dublin.
When should I arrive?
The gym will be open 15 minutes before the first class of the day starts. Your gymnasts should arrive 5-10 minutes before their class starts. Traffic can be a little hectic in the parking lot, so give yourself a little time to find a parking spot and make it into the building. Please use the front door to enter the building.
Is there Waiting room space?
Our waiting room seats 13 people, so space fills up quickly. You are not required to stay and watch unless your student needs help going to the restroom. If you are staying to watch, we require that all parents/visitors remain in the waiting room unless asked to come into the gym by a coach.
What if we have to miss a class?
Your gymnast is allowed one make-up class per a quarter. He/She can attend a class of the same level scheduled at another time during the week. Exceptions include Mommy & Me, Jr Tumbling, Teen Tumbling, Boy's Gym.
In what level should my student enroll?
Classes are divided into the following groups:
- Mommy & Me – Age 18 months to 2 years old.
- Tiny Tots – Age 3 & 4. Must be potty trained.
- Tumble Bugs – Age 4 ½ to 6 years old.
- Beginners 1 – Age 7 or first grade and up. This is a great class for older students with no previous experience and those students transitioning out of the toddler program.
•Jr Tumbling – For ages 7 to 11 who want to work on floor skills. •Teen Tumbling – For ages 12 to High school students who want to work on floor skills/Cheer.
When & How can I register?
• Spring Quarter Registration – Mid February
• Summer Quarter Registration – Mid May • Fall Quarter Registration – August • Winter Quarter Registration – November
To register your gymnast or tumbler, please read and fill out the registration form found on our schedule page. Call or email Lauren to confirm available class time and level. We cannot accept new students to a class time that is already full. Submit form with payment (cash or check) via mail or by dropping it off at the gym office! Once we receive your form, your student is ready to attend his/her class time! Registration will close 2-3 weeks after a quarter has started.
What are your levels?
- Mommy & Me Age 18 months to 2 years old.
- Tiny Tots Age 3 & 4 (must be potty trained).
- Tumble Bugs Age 4 1/2 to 6 years old.
- Beginners 1 Age 7 (or first grade) and all new students without previous experience.
- Beginners 2 Once the student has been evaluated during their time Beginners 1, they can now move to the next level.
- Boy's Gym For male students age 7 and up who have passed Level 1 (Beginners) Gymnastics.
- Pre-Team For gymnasts in levels Intermediate, Advanced Intermediate & Advanced.
- Team Year long commitment to an exhibition team with one competition per year (Invite Only).
- Jr Tumbling For ages 7-11 years old. Students work the entire class time on floor skills.
- Teen Tumbling For Jr High and High School students with a focus on Round-offs & Backhandsprings.
Please contact us for more information on class descriptions.