Spokane Gymnastics is closed Friday, December 24 – Christmas Eve, Saturday, December 25 – Christmas Day, Friday, December 31 – New Year’s Eve, and Saturday, January 1 – New Year’s Day. Make-up classes are NOT needed, since tuition is not charged for the two weeks of Friday or Saturday classes that are not provided. Students in Friday and Saturday classes pay for 12 weeks of gymnastics, instead of 14).
Coaches will be posted as soon as schedules are confirmed.
Level recommendations will be provided to currently enrolled students the week of November 1.
Register in person, online, or by calling 315-5433 or 533-9646
A structured, coach-led class with parent interaction. Students learn basic gymnastics skills, including rolls, jumps, and balance. An encouraging, creative, and fun environment where toddlers are introduced to following directions, taking turns, and social development.
(“Bumblebees” are advanced PE for Tiny Tots classes for children who have already attended Spokane Gymnastics classes, have mastered the basics, are gaining independence and are close to moving up. This class is by coach recommendation only please.)
Fundamental gymnastics elements taught in a fun, fast-paced class focusing on the development of strength, balance, agility, coordination, and flexibility. Students also are learning the social skills necessary to work in a group and interact independently of their parents (who are invited to watch from the viewing area.)
Putting the fun in the fundamental parkour! Kids love climbing, jumping and rolling on and off obstacles, while at the same time burning energy and learning how to fall and land safely. Students learn basic gymnastics on structured rotations of all events.
Ninja Zone embraces children’s energy and ignites their confidence through a fusion of Gymnastics, Martial Arts, Obstacle Course Training, and Freestyle Movement. Obstacle course skills taught in an active and fast-paced class, along with an introduction to basic gymnastics skills and structured rotations on the Vault, Bars, Balance Beam, and Rings. Students are taught a progression of tumbling skills, plus jumping, leaping, and climbing elements in the 800 s.f. ninja room! Ninja Zone uniform (additional fee) is required for all Ninja students.
A solution for preschool-age children who need more challenge and can follow directions, are ready to work more independently and are on their way to Level 1 skills. Registration in this class is by recommendation of the coach, and students must have completed a session at the preschool gymnastics level.
An introduction to progressive gymnastics with a focus on Tumbling, Vault, Uneven Bars and Balance Beam, Parallel Bars, High Bar, Vault, Floor, Pommel Horse, and Rings.
(“Stingers” is a class for children 8 and older. Skills are still consistent with the level, but it is limited to specific ages.
“Jumpers” is an advanced Level 1 class for students who have already mastered many fundamental skills but need more progress before moving up to Level 2. This class is limited to children who have already attended at least a full session of classes at Level 1 at Spokane Gymnastics, and is by recommendation of a Spokane Gymnastics coach.)
A progression from introductory gymnastics where students have mastered basic positions and elements and have learned the correct terminology of the skills. Students at this level can modify elements and make corrections.
An advancement from beginning gymnastics for students progressing into intermediate skills. Gymnasts will learn more challenging elements, focus more on strength, flexibility, proper form, and start learning to memorize and string together several skills for routines.
An advanced intermediate level class where gymnasts learn handsprings and flips on the floor, handsprings over the vault, and specialized skills on all events.
A fusion of Gymnastics, Martial Arts, Obstacle Course Training, and Freestyle Movement. Ninja sport includes combinations of flips, rolls, and kicks that are designed to help improve total body coordination, build strength, and improve agility. Obstacle course skills taught in an active and fast-paced class, along with an introduction to basic gymnastics skills and structured rotations on the Vault, Bars, Balance Beam, and Rings. Students are taught a progression of tumbling skills, plus jumping, leaping, and climbing elements in the 800 s.f. ninja room! Beyond skill, this class teaches self-confidence, discipline, impulse control, responsibility, and instinctual safety. Ninja Zone uniform (additional fee) is required for all Ninja students.
Introduction to safety, basic techniques for jumping, vaulting, climbing and swinging. Special emphasis on falling drills, safely bailing skills, and landing. Students learn the parkour-specific terminology, and train in the main gym, in addition to 800 s.f. parkour specific room with wooden obstacles with bars.
(“Parkour Firecrackers” A level 1 parkour class which is limited to students ages 5 – 8 years old.)
Focuses on mastery of elements, adding speed, momentum, and connecting skills. Students in this intermediate level class learn more complex techniques and maneuvers for navigating obstacles. Students train in the main gym, on the Ninja Jackal, with various obstacles, including salmon ladder, and in the parkour and ninja rooms.
An advanced class where students learn to apply mastered skills confidently and safely, and there is an emphasis on skills involving height and acro elements. Students train in the main gym, on the Ninja Jackal, with various obstacles, including salmon ladder, and in the 800 s.f. parkour specific room with wooden obstacles with bars.
Parkour is the physical discipline of training to overcome any obstacle within one’s path by adapting one’s movements to the environment. It is a physical discipline of French origin in which participants run along a route, attempting to negotiate obstacles in the most efficient way possible. Skills such as jumping and climbing, are the more specific parkour moves employed. The goal of a practitioner of parkour is to get from one place to another using only the human body and the objects in the environment. This progressive sport is fun and fast paced, perfect for those with high energy!
Trampoline and Tumbling (TNT) athletes train and perform on three apparatus; Trampoline, Double Mini-Trampoline, and Rod Floor. TNT provides an opportunity for gymnasts who have a passion for the sport of gymnastics but do not want to focus on bars, beam, rings, and pommel horse. Athletes learn air awareness, progressive tumbling skills, strength, and coordination, as well as flipping and twisting safely. New in 2020, the pit with giant “air pillow”.
This class is designed for those who are wanting to continue their gymnastics careers through their off seasons, prepare for some new skills, or learn gymnastics for their first time. This is an open ended class that is tailored to the individual and their goals. Taught by some of our more experienced coaches, this class is prepared to teach all ranges of skills. This is a great class for any gymnast in or nearing high school!
A perfect opportunity for “wannabees” and “has-beens” to enjoy the fitness benefits and have fun with gymnastics! This class includes instruction and “spotting” on all events (Women: Vault, Beam, Bars, Floor; Men: Floor, Vault, High Bar, Parallel Bars, Rings and Pommel Horse) plus independent practice.
Annual Membership Fees
Each gymnast enrolled in classes also pays an annual membership fee:
Child membership fee ———— $30
Family membership fee ———- $45
The membership is valid for one year from the date of registration. Membership is required to take classes at Spokane Gymnastics and provides many benefits, including discounts for all of our programs.
To register for a class, the deposit is $50 per child per class, plus the non-refundable surcharge (currently $15 for one child, or $25 for the family).
Schedule subject to change and classes may be closed at anytime based on enrollment. Spokane Gymnastics does not offer refunds for any reason. Credits may be granted on an individual basis at the sole discretion of Spokane Gymnastics management.