Spokane Gymnastics Plan

Spokane Gymnastics has reopened!

The coaches at Spokane Gymnastics are thrilled that Spokane County has advanced to Phase 2. Spokane Gymnastics can provide our FULL schedule of winter classes, including afternoon, evening, and Saturday mornings! As many are aware, we have been able to provide weekday morning classes and also offered limited drop-in classes over the past two weeks.

Students enrolled in winter classes do not need to do anything special or confirm enrollment. We have held all spots for registered students, so everyone may show up for their scheduled class starting next week.

For students starting the week of February 15, we have options for parents to select their preferred session duration. Our “Flexible Winter Session Plan” includes the choice of:
6-week session of gymnastics, now through March 27, 2021
13-week session of gymnastics, now through May 15, 2021

(For those students in weekday morning classes, the options are 8-week and 15-week since they started February 1, 2021). Families do not need to decide which option at this time and can communicate their preference between March 1 – 10, 2021.

As always, no one pays for classes that Spokane Gymnastics was not able to provide. All family accounts will be manually adjusted to pro-rate the tuition down to the winter session Spokane Gymnastics can provide (starting the week of February 15 for “peak-time” students, taking into account any special “Phase 1 drop-in classes” that were attended in between February 1 – 13, 2021).

We are so excited to be able to finally bounce back and look forward to providing a safe, fun, and productive gymnastics experience. If you have any questions, or if there is anything we may do to assist, please reach out. Thank you!


Winter session:
Now through March 27, 2021 for 8-week session option
Now through May 15, 2021 for 15-week session option

You do not need to decide now which session duration 🙂

Please bring:

Face-covering (worn by all spectators 5 and older) and students 6 and older while not actively doing gymnastics (entering and exiting the facility, rotating, listening to coach instructions)

Water bottle

Bag to contain personal items