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  Frequently Asked Questions  

When do I Pay my bill?

Your bill is due on the 1st of every month and is considered late after the 15th.  A $10.00 late fee will be added to your bill if you are late on your payment.

How can I buy gymnastic supplies?

Please call 916-393-3993 to inquire about gymnastic equipment and clothing.


How many times a week should my child be taking gymnastics?

Taking two classes a week, especially in the summer, would be very beneficial for the quick development of a child's gymnastic skills.

What should my child wear for class?


Please dress in comfortable clothing for tumbling.  No jeans, belt loops, or brads allowed.  Gymnasts will participate with bare feet. Long hair must be put up in a ponytail. No jewelry is allowed - please leave it at home.

Do you offer camps for kids?

Yes!  We offer Spring and Summer Camps.  These camps are filled with amazing fun!  The Elevate Gymnastics Academy Camps are filled with great sports activities, crafts, fun, and laughter.  Look for information on our Spring and Summer Camps in the upcoming month.  See our Spring & Summer Camps Web Page.

Do you offer Birthday Parties at your facility?

Yes! See our Birthday Parties Web Page.

I need directions to your Gym. Do you have maps?

Yes!  See our Directions Web Page

What are make-ups?

If you were enrolled prior to July 1, 2023, and you missed your regularly scheduled gymnastic class, you can call the office to schedule a class at a different time to make up for the one you missed. Please let the office know in advance if you will be missing a class.

Please note that effective December 31, 2023, we will no longer be offering makeup classes.

Does your gymnastics program run year-long?


Yes! Unlike some Soccer and Swimming leagues that just last through the summer, Elevate Gymnastics Academy is a year-round activity.

If we decide to take a leave of absence, can we re-enroll when we want to come back?

Definitely!  If you decide to take a leave of absence, just let the office know.   If you come back within a year of paying your insurance and registration, that fee will be waived.  However, we don't hold spots in our classes, so come back as soon as you can!

When are you closed?

We are closed on the following days in the year:


New Year's Day

Memorial Day

Independence Day
Labor Day
(Thanksgiving) Multiple Days
(Winter Holidays) Multiple Days

What will my child be doing in a Parent Participation Gymnastics Class?

In our Parent Participation Class (age walking to 3), we emphasize gross motor development.  This class participates in songs with gymnastic movements, trampoline exercises, and gymnastics on equipment that is scaled down to a smaller size.

What activities will my child be doing in a Tot Class?


In our Tot classes, children age 3 participate in songs with gymnastic movements, running, jumping, hopping, swinging, rolling, cart wheeling, and balancing using the Floor, Balance Beams, Bars, Vault, and Trampoline.  All of these apparatus are scaled down to a smaller size.  In this class, children also learn to work independently and how to follow directions, which is very beneficial for starting school..


What activities will my child be doing in a Kinder 1 Class?


In our Kinder 1 classes, children ages 4 & 5 work on running, jumping, throwing, & hopping, along with other gymnastic activities such as walking across balance beams and swinging on the bars.  They will also be learning how to do rolls, cartwheels, and handstands on the floor.  This class also provides children with the opportunity to work independently, follow directions, and practice good listening skills.

What activities will my child be doing in a Boys or Girls Basic 1 Class?


In our Basic 1 program, boys and girls age 6+ explore the foundation of gymnastics.   This includes learning how to do rolls, handstands, cartwheels, bridges, and dance elements such as leaps and chasses on the floor.  They will learn coordination through walking, jumping, and hopping on the balance beams.  They will gain arm strength by swinging and circling on the bars.  And they will also gain speed and power by learning proper running and jumping on the vault.

Can parents watch?


Yes!  Parents are more than welcome to sit and watch in the viewing area.  If your child is nervous and does not want you to leave yet, we have a great parent viewing area that scans over the entire gym.


What is your ratio of children to coaches?


Parent Participation - Walking to age 3          12 to 1 ratio

Tot to age 3                                                      7 to 1 ratio

Kinder through Basic Classes                          9 to 1 ratio

Ages 4 and Up                                                 9 to 1 ratio

What if you are not interested in joining a Competitive Gymnastics Team?

At Elevate Gymnastics Academy we also offer cheerleading/tumbling classes - Girls work on round offs, flip flops, back and front flips, jumps on the trampoline for cheerleading, and overall flexibility & strength.  These classes only work on the floor and trampolines.

Can I bring a friend to my gymnastics class?


You can bring a friend to take a free trial class. As long as you are in a beginning level class and there is enough room, you can bring a friend to take the class with you. We do recommend that your friend tries a class at the day and time that she/he plans to stay in so she/he can meet the instructor that they will have. Your friend's parent must call in advance to register for the free trial class.  All necessary EGA Release and Liability forms must be signed by a parent or legal guardian before attending class.

If my children are not on a Team, do they get to participate in the Summer Olympics?

Elevate Summer Olympics is actually not just for the competitive team, but is set up for all levels at Elevate Gymnastics Academy.  Each child learns a routine on 2 events (i.e. Balance Beam and Floor).  They practice these routines for a couple of weeks and then each child is given a chance to show them off at Elevate Summer Olympics during regular class time.  Each child receives a Gold Medal!

What are the Winter Presentations?

The Winter Presentations are very similar to the Elevate Summer Olympics, except that each child learns a routine on multiple events.  They then practice these routines for a couple of weeks and then show them off at the Winter Presentations, where each child receives a blue ribbon and a candy cane.

When the Gym closes, do you give make-up classes?


Classes are set-up on a 48 classes per year basis, so that is why we don't give make-ups when the Gym is closed.



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