Teenage Gymnastics


These classes are aimed at teaching the fundamentals of gymnastics in a fun, safe and active way. Classes are per current age and split depending on gender. All gymnasts will be ability tested in their first class and grouped accordingly. We will monitor each gymnast throughout the term and as they progress they will be awarded with a certificate and will move on to the next level. There are 26 levels of achievement encouraging the gymnasts to progress quickly through where awards will be given upon competition of each level. Our development programme is aligned with Gymnastic New Zealand new Gym for All competition structure, giving us a new platform for competing. They will also be able to participate in recreational gymnastics festivals and competitions throughout the year if they choose too.


The aim of this programme is to introduce gymnasts to tumbling. The levels are progressive and do not have any age restrictions.  This is a one-hour class designed to teach the basics and up to roundoff flick flack successfully by themselves.  These classes are ideal for anyone wanting to learn how to tumble or improve his/her tumbling skills, including dancers, cheerleaders or martial artists. Children in these classes work towards our club tumbling progression levels and will progress as they learn the techniques and skills of tumbling. They can also choose to participate in gymnastics fesitvals and competitions throughout the year.  

(Please note that this is floor tumbling, not trampoline).


The aim of this class is to be a non-structured fun variety class that combines gymnastics and parkour skills. Classes are streamed by age and then our coaches will teach the students a range of skills in both disciplines. There is no structured ciriculum for this programme and your child will not progress through designated levels but will learn skills of both sports and is more of a fun class that uses a wide variety of equipment and can burn off that excess energy!


The aim of this class is to keep young people aged 12-18 engaged in physical activity in a period in their lives where they might not be moving very much. The gymnasts themselves structure the programme so that they have autonomy over what they are learning and what equipment they wish to use in the class. The coach is present to guide and help teach the gymnasts the skills that they wish to learn while still giving them the choices. This class is being funded by the Tu Manawa Active Aoteroa Fund and is currently only $100 per term.