|October 31, 2023
|November 23-27, 2023
|December 23, 2023 – January 6th, 2024
|Martin Luther King Jr. Day
|January 15, 2024
|February 19, 2024
|April 1 – 6, 2024
|May 27, 2024
|Summer Session Begins
|July 4, 2024
|Summer Session Ends
|September 2, 2024
|National Gymnastics Day
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Gymnastics is a sport where mastering movement is essential to experience the fullness of its joy and safety. We take every precaution to make sure no one hurts themselves while having fun. Here are some safety guidelines to ensure your child has a blast and stays as safe as possible.
- Be Supervised by a Professional
- Dress Appropriately
- Communicate Clearly with your Instructor
- Be Prepared (physically & psychologically) to Participate
- Master Basic Skills First
- Know how to Initiate, Execute, and Complete the entire Skill
- Always Follow Through and Commit to Complete a Skill
- Have an Awareness and Respect for your Individual Limitations
**In the occurrence of an injury, the instructor will assess the situation and take appropriate action for the magnitude of the circumstance. If the injury requires medical attention, an employee will contact you for a course of action.
Class Related FAQ’s
“When can my child start class?“
Your child can start class at any time. Our classes run year-round and are split into two sessions. Tuition is based on receiving 5 lessons every 5 weeks and prorated based on when you start. Our Fall schedule runs from August to the end of May and coincides with the school year. Our Summer schedule starts in June and runs for 8 weeks with a summer break in the middle.
“How can I drop my student from a class?“
By clicking on the button below, you will be transferred to our withdrawal form. You MUST fill it out to withdrawal and will receive an email stating your last day of class. As always, your registration fee is still good for a year since the day of purchase.
“Where do I go to enroll?”
Our enrollment is done online. You can register from your home computer or on your phone or tablet by using our app.
“Do you have to be enrolled to attend Open Dojo or PreSchool Open Gym?”
You do not have to be currently enrolled at More Than Gymnastics to attend these events. You must, however, go online and create an account, create a student, and sign all waivers.
“What class should my child start in?”
If your child has never taken gymnastics, it is likely that s/he would start in a beginner class. However, if they have taken class before at a different facility or seem to have a natural bent toward gymnastics we do offer evaluations to determine your child’s level. Ninja’s ages 6 years and up must begin in a “white level” and perform a Level Up Ceremony to move to the next class.
“What should my child wear?”
At More Than Gymnastics, we recommend our students wear specific apparel. For the girls, a leotard is suggested and can be worn with spandex or fitted shorts. Leotards are available in our facility for convenience.
For boys in a tumbling class, a t-shirt and shorts is sufficient. Our NinjaZone students are required to wear the NinjaZone specific uniform.
“How will I know if my child is ready to move to a different gymnastic class?”
You will be notified through the office to sign up for an evaluation. Once evaluated, the office will let you know the results and what options you have to go from there.
“My child missed class. How do I schedule a makeup class?”
You can find our class schedule by clicking on the button below. Contact the office via email, phone, or stop at the front desk with two time options that you are available for a makeup. Makeups must be done during the session they were missed and once the session is over your makeups have expired.
“What is the difference between tumbling and gymnastics?”
Gymnastics classes train on all four of the apparatus’ in women’s gymnastics. These are known as the Vault, Uneven Bars, Balance Beam, and Floor Exercise. A tumbling classes only trains the Floor Exercise focusing on the acrobatic elements and not the dance elements (ie leaps or turns) like a gymnastics class would.
NINJA Related FAQ’s
“What is NinjaZone?”
NinjaZone combines obstacle training, gymnastics, martial arts, and freestyle movement with the freedom for kids to progress and learn at their own pace.
“Where can I purchase a uniform?”
You can purchase a uniform by clicking on the button below.
“What is my Ninja learning in class?”
Along with tricks and flips, ninjas will be learning confidence, developing motor skills, learn discipline, and be able to cultivate kindness through our NinjaZone program!
Office Related FAQ’s
“Why do I need to put my card on file?”
Placing a card on file is a safety feature that our program requires. Tuition has a due date and if not paid during tuition week, the card on file will be run.
“How can I set-up auto pay on my account?”
Please contact the office via email to activate auto payment on your account.
“How do I get on a waitlist and can I be on more than one?”
All of our classes are available for viewing on our website. Once you have found the class level and time you are looking for, click on “Wait List” to the left of the description. You may sign up for more than one waitlist.
“How likely is it that I can get off a waitlist?”
There is no set rate on how quick or slowly your time on a waitlist will be during a session. As spots become available, the next student on the list will be contacted via phone with a followup email. You will have 3 business days to either accept or decline the class opening. All waitlists expire once the session is over.
“How can I have a birthday party for my child?”
At this time we are hiring for birthday party leaders and staff members and opportunities for hosting birthday parties will become available when staffing is adequate.
“Are you hiring?”
Enthusiastic and highly motivated individuals are always welcome to join our team! Please fill out an application and email is sent to our hiring director at email@example.com.