Gymnastics Australia's movement program for children aged five years and under. One of the great things about a Kindergym Australia program is that parents or carers, can share in their child's wonderful adventures. Adults are encouraged to accompany their child throughout each lesson to support their learning and have fun together.
The Kindergym Australia program will be guided by an Accredited Leader to ensure that the equipment set-ups are safe, stimulating and provide endless movement opportunities for each child to play and learn.
2 1/2 - 5 yrs : 9.30AM
Pay for older child / sibling free (insurance cost only)
Our Fun Gym program is an all inclusive boys and girls program that encourages students to learn new skills in a fun and supportive environment.
This class is One hour and covers all beginner skills and techniques to learn gymnastics.
Once students have completed Fun Gym levels 1 & 2, they have the opportunity to compete in one of our club competitions through the Year.
Fun Gym is open to kids 4yrs and up
Monday 3.45PM & 4.45 pm (JNR BOYS JNR GIRLS) Level 1&2 ) .
Tuesday 3.45-5.45pm (GIRLS 1,2 & 3)
Wednesday3.45 - 5.45 pm (GiRL L3 & 4 Skills no comp
Thursday 3.45- 5.15 girls and boys levels 1,2,3
Friday 3.45M & 4.45 pm (GIRLS & Boys ) L 1-3 skills
Saturday 9am-10am Levels 1,2 3 girls and boys
TUESDAY Girls & Boys - Level1,2 3 3.45- 5.45pm
Tuesday - Girls and Boys Levels 4 -8 5.15pm- 7.45 pm
Wednesday - Team Gym 5.45- 7.45pm
Thursday - Girls & Boys 1,2,3 - 3.45-5.15pm
Thursday - Girls& Boys - Levels 4-8 5.15pm-7.15pm
WAG or Womens Artistic Gymnastics.
We teach the Girls level 3 and Up. The girls train twice a weeks and do morning fitness once a week.
We compete at Regional competitions 3 to 4 per year and then take our top qualifiers to State Competitions in Sydney. They compete on Bars, beam , floor and Vault . Once the girls are in level 6 and above they have certain skills required in their routines but get to choreograph their routines to music of their choice.
MAG or Mens artistic Gymnastics.
These boys train twice a week and train towards being selected to compete at the Junior NSW state competition in October. Once they have achieved an entry to State score which needs to be 44 or higher out of a possible 60 they compete against boys from all over the State at their level. The boys compete on 6 apparatus . High Bar, Pommel , Rings , Paralell Bars, Floor and Vault.