Registration for the 2017-18 Season is open now! We have new and improved curricula for all programs!
Please see our 2017-18 Program Guidefor details and fees.
Print the 2017-18 Registration Form and bring it to our office with payment to register.
Registration is available for all 3 session:
Fall 2017 | Tuesday, September 5 – Saturday, December 16, 2017
No Drop-Ins: Monday, October 9 (Thanksgiving); Saturday, November 11 (Remembrance Day); December 17- January 1 (Winter Break)
Winter 2018 | Tuesday, January 2 – Saturday, March 10, 2018
No Drop-Ins: Monday, February 12 (Family Day); Friday, March 2 after 5pm and Saturday, March 3(TPGC Meet); March 11-24 (Spring Break)
Spring 2018 | Sunday, March 25 – Saturday, June 23, 2018
No Drop-Ins: Friday, March 30 (Good Friday); Monday, April 2 (Easter Monday); Monday, May 21 (Victoria Day)
Programs Offered for 2017-2018 Season
Parent & Tot | 18 months-3 years old (born 2015-2016)
This is a program for parents/guardians with their youngsters to learn gymnastics in a fun and engaging environment. Children learn to roll, bounce, and how to act as part of a group. Parent participation is required.
Preschool | 3-4 years old (born 2013-2014)
Ready to go! This class is great for introducing coach-led gymnastics without parents. Certified gymnastics instructors will teach your child more about what their bodies can do by jumping, landing and rolling. Children will also learn teamwork and fair play by playing games and taking turns.
Minis | 3-4 years old (born 2013-2014)
This program is for preschoolers who love gymnastics and want to learn more. The class will focus on basic skill and physical development with special attention to detail. Participants will be encouraged to work hard to achieve their best through positive reinforcement. Previous experience or coach recommendation is required.
Kinder Gym | Kindergarten (born 2012)
This class will prepare children for the badge program. They will also learn proper landings, safety, and awareness in the gym. Preschool gymnastics is an asset, but not required.
CANGYM | Grades 1-7 (born 2005-2011)
The nation-wide CANGYM program focuses on the development of all gymnastics skills. Boys and girls will progress at their own pace through eight badge levels. No experience required.
Advanced CANGYM | Grades 3 and up (born 2009 and earlier)
For girls with previous gymnastics experience who are eager to learn new skills and work towards the higher badge levels. This longer class will give participants more time to develop the strength and flexibility needed to master the more difficult skills. Must have completed Bronze (Badge 4) in the CANGYM program.
Acro | Grade 3 and up (born 2009 and earlier)
For athletes who want to develop more acrobatic skills, walkovers, aerials, flexibility, and dynamic leaps. Creative movement and dance steps will also be incorporated. This class is great additional training for dancers, skaters, and gymnasts. Advanced athletes must be proficient in handstands, cartwheels, and walkovers.
Wednesday (Advanced) 6:30pm-7:30pm
Saturday (Beginner) 11:30am-12:30pm
Parkour | Grade 3 and up (born 2009 and earlier)
For boys and girls that are interested in less traditional gymnastics, but still enjoy being in the gym on the equipment. Parkour includes obstacle courses, running, climbing, swinging, vaulting, jumping, and rolling in a safe environment. No experience required.
Introdcution to Yoga | Ages 6-18 This class will focus on teaching the fundamental elements of yoga in an interactive way that is basic enough for children to understand. Students will be guided through a creative flow, combining together movement, breathing exercise and mindful meditation.
Competitive Athlete Yoga | Ages 6-18 This type of class provides athletes with the opportunity to spend time learning about the mind body connection. Using basic advances flows, athletes will be guided through a series of breathing exercises, movements, mindful meditations and basic concepts of yoga. The practice will be geared toward understanding both strengths and weaknesses and how to work through both in a positive and constructive way. Providing athletes with the opportunity to understand that with the right mindset, focus and dedication, the body can achieve infinite success.