COVID-19 IMPORTANT UPDATE

We currently offer hybrid (both online and in-gym) classes for our current team members, Xcel/Pre-Team and Beginners class. Schedule is subject to be changed as we are adjusting to COVID-19 protocol updates.

Online classes schedule:

Xcel/Beginners class - Mon/Wed/Fri 1:30-3:30,

Team practice - Mon thru Fri 3:30-6:30,

​Stretching class - Mon, Wed, Fri 4-6,

Adults Class - Tue/Thu 12:30-1:30.

Lessons are done with minimum of 2 USA Gymnastics professional Rhythmic Gymnastics instructors, who issue corrections and directions in real-time.

For new students:

Drop-in $15 per session (Beginner level), $25 per session (Advanced level)

Please ask us for link to Zoom meeting and other information needed to join.

Online private classes are available, please request for availability and more information. 

We appreciate your understanding and support in that difficult situation. Our gymnast's health is our main priority. 

 

Recreational Program

BEGINNERS CLASS

Available 2/4 hours per week. 

$170/$260 monthly

Registration fee of $100 paid annually.

Sat 11:00-12:30

  • Children 4-18 Years old can participate in a fun recreational program. Children in the recreational program are grouped by age/skill level.

  • The recreational program is a wonderful introduction to rhythmic gymnastics. A girl can choose to continue in the recreational program or move to the competitive program.

  • Recreational gymnasts perform in exhibitions and the year-end gala show.

Recreational Program

XCEL & PRE-TEAM

Available 2.5/5/7.5 hours per week (hybrid: in gym+online classes).

$180/$280/$380 monthly 

Registration fee of $100 paid annually.

Mon, Wed, Fri 1:30-3:30 (online)

Fri 1:30-3:30 (in gym)

  • Xcel program is your first step to join team. The Rhythmic Xcel program allows kids to have positive competitive experiences in an official USA Gymnastics setting with less training time required.

  • The program also allows athletes to participate in rhythmic gymnastics while staying active in school and family activities.

  • Xcel athletes permorm in maximum of 3 routines: floor (free hand) routine and with two of the rhythmic apparatus. The floor routine is a compulsory routine all other routines are optional but each club must have the same routines.

Recreational Program

ADULTS CLASS (ONLINE)

Available 1hr/2hr per week

$15 drop-in

$55/$100 monthly

Tue, Thu 12:30-1:30

  • Suitable for all, regardless of age and experience!

  • We work a lot on developing muscles, body flexibility and wellness, learning basic of acrobatics in accessible way.

  • Totally safe to do at home by Zoom with our experienced instructors! :) 

Recreational Program

STRETCHING & AGG (ONLINE)

Available 2/4/6 hours per week.

$170/$260 monthly

$15 per class (online)

Registration fee of $100 paid annually.

Mon, Wed, Fri 4:00-6:00 (online)


  • We also offer stretching program for all, who wants to become more flexible regardless of age and occupation.

  • Ideal for dancers, ballerinas, acrobats, figure skaters, ice dancers and, of course, for gymnasts.

  • Minimum experience required.

Competitive Team

LEVEL 4-5

L4 $380 monthly, 7.5 hours per week (hybrid: in gym+online classes)

L5 $480 monthly, 12 hours per week (hybrid: in gym+online classes).

Registration fee of $100 paid annually.

Mon, Tue, Thu 12:00-3:00 (in gym)

Mon-Fri 3:30-6:30 (online)

  • Level 4 is the second competitve level of rhythmic gymnastics and the first competitive level of competition at State and Regional Championships. Level 4 gymnasts compete with two of the rhythmic apparatus in addtion to the floor (free hand) exercise. Level 4 gymnast compete with 2 gymnast performing at a time. The floor routine is a compulsory routine all other routines are optional but each club must have the same routines.

  • Level 5 is the most advanced compulsory level. Level 5 gymnast will compete a compulsory Floor and all other routines will be optional choreography. Level 5 gymnast can share a routine with other gymnasts or may have an individual routine choreographed. Level 5 gymnast compete with three of the rhythmic apparatus in addition to the floor ( free hand) exercise.

Competitive Team

LEVEL 6-8 (TEAM B)

Available 12 hours per week (hybrid: in gym + online classes).

$480 monthly

Registration fee of $100 paid annually.

Mon 1:30-3:30 (in gym)

Wed, Fri 12:00-3:00 (in gym)

Mon-Fri 3:30-6:30 (online)

  • Level 6 is the first transitional level between the compulsory program and the FIG Optional levels. The difficulty values for level 6 routines will be taken from the FIG Code of Points. Level 6 gymnast will choose elements from A,B and C difficulties. Level 6 gymnasts compete with three of the rhythmic apparatus in addition to the floor (free hand) exercise.

  • Level 7 is based on the current FIG code of Points. The Level 7 gymnast choose elements from A,B,C,D and E difficulties. Level 7 gymnast compete with three of the rhythmic apparatus in addition to the floor (free hand) exercise.

Competitive Team

LEVEL 6-10 (TEAM A)

Requires 20-23 hours of training (hybrid: in gym + online classes). 

$670 monthly

Registration fee of $100 paid annually.​

Tue, Thu, Fri 3:30-7 (in gym)

Mon-Fri 3:30-6:30 (online)

  • Level 8 is based on the current FIG Code of Points. Level 8 gymnast choose elements from A,B,C,D, E and F difficulties. Level 8 gymnast compete with three of the rhythmic apparatus in addition to the floor (free hand) exercise.

  • Level 9 is the level for the accomplished rhythmic gymnast who has demonstrated that she can easily perform basic FIG requirements and is ready for the challenge of full FIG optional routine requirements.

  • Level 10 is the level for gymnasts who qualify to the USA National Championships. The top 12 athletes (junior and senior) in the all-around competition at USA national Championships earn elite status. The top 8 are members of the U.S. National Team.

 
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WEEKENDS

Gym is closed following dates:

Labor Day (September 2) 

Halloween (October 31)

Thanksgiving Break (November 25-30)

Winter Break (December 23 - January 1)

Memorial Day (May 23-25)

4th of July Break (July 4-11)