Club FAQ:   

 
How do I pay for sessions?
 

GymStarz offers a few options for payment.

  1. Cash

  2. PayPal

  3. BASc

  4. Card Payments

 

What should my child wear for class?

 

All gymnastics activites are bare foot with hair tired, back out of the face area. The preferred option is Shorts and T-shirts however Leotards (Female) or Unitards with Shorts (Males).

 

Are your classes insured?
 

Our club is a independant provider of gymnastics, fitness and circus activities. As such all our staff are insured for the activities they deliver. Members may opt to seek insurance if they deem it required but the club does not force or sell any insurance service to its members.

What are your term dates?

 

Our Session run on a monthly basis (Pay Monthly) which is the first session of the calender month. We offer multi session discounts and family discounts where needed.

 

Are your coaches/instructors qualified?
 

Yes all our coaches are qualified to the minimum standard stated by the governing body (British Gymnastics). This means we provide a safe, friendly environment with professional coaches to help you learn.
British Gymnastics insists on the highest standard of coach education and the safest environment for all our gymnastics activities.

 

Can we still join your classes after the term has started?

 

Anyone is able to join our club at any piont in time as long as there is space within the session for them. Please contact the club before turning up to ensure this. We must abide by British Gymnastics Rules on the number of Coaches to Partisipant ratios to ensure insurance compliance.

 

Can parents watch?

 

We run a open view policy. There are rules that; on your partisipants entry into the club they sign which must be followed, but other then that come along and enjoy the show.

  Gymnastics FAQ:   

 
Why gymnastics?
 

Most people don’t know it, but gymnastics isn’t just one sport. It’s a whole range of different types (or ‘disciplines’, as you’ll often hear them called).

 

You’ve probably seen some of these types on TV on shows like BBC Tumble and ITV Britain’s Got Talent, through famous performers like Spelbound and Cirque de Soleil, or during the Olympics and Commonwealth Games.

 

Whether it’s trampoline gymnasts performing aerial somersaults, men’s artistic gymnasts hanging on the rings, or teams of acrobatic performers standing on their partners’ shoulders, you’ll know gymnastics is a spectacular sport to watch. And it’s even better taking part.

 

The best gymnasts move with incredible strength, control and flexibility. Which means they can perform amazing jumps, tricks, balances and holds.

 

Is it easy to learn?
 

You probably already do some basic gymnastics at the moment. Whether that’s bouncing on a trampoline, doing cartwheels, hanging from bars or stretching. Of course, there’s a lot more to it than that. But if you decide to learn, you’ll be supported every step of the way by expert coaches.

 
Why is it so popular?

Some people do gymnastics just to improve their physical condition. Others enjoy competing in regional, national and international competitions. But by far the biggest reason is the fun factor. There’s always a great atmosphere when people are practicing and training together. And learning how to do somersaults, flips and tricks just feels good.

 
Who’s it for?
 

One great thing about the sport is there’s a type of gymnastics to suit every age, ability, fitness level and personality. From toddlers learning motor skills to teens, keen to learn cool new moves, to adults looking for a fresh way to workout, everyone can get a kick out of learning new physical skills.