Open Gym Drop Off or Stay and Play

Open gym is an opportunity for gymnasts to hone their skill and practice new moves. It’s also an opportunity to make up classes that were missed. Open gymnastics is supervised but unstructured gym time for students to explore the gym and to practice on their own in a clean and respectful environment. Children are free to use most apparatuses plus our 40-foot in-ground trampoline, climbing rope, rope swing, giant pendulum swing, bounce house, and huge in-ground foam pit.

Environment

  • Positive and uplifting

  • Caring personalities

  • Clean, healthy atmosphere

  • Respectful

The Benefits of Gymnastics

  • Builds self-confidence

  • Enhances social skills

  • Makes exercising fun

  • Helps with coordination

Cost

$7.50 per gymnast if you are staying with your child(ren)
$15.00 per gymnast if you are planning on dropping off your child(ren).
(Children must be at least 5 years old to be dropped off.)

Every Saturday: 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
Weekdays during school breaks: 1:00 – 3:00 p.m. (Please call ahead first)

Coach on Duty

There's a coach on the floor throughout open gymnastics but the coach has many responsibilities and areas in the gym to monitor for safety, so may not have the time to spot or work directly with kids. If you arrive early, please sit and wait until the coach gives the “Go AHEAD” signal to enter the gym area. There may be an event in session up to the starting point of open gym.

More than Gymnastics

Garland's gym is a fully equipped gymnastics gym with a 40-foot in-ground trampoline, rope climb, rope swing, a giant pendulum swing, and a huge in-ground foam pit!

Safety First

For the safety of all, we limit the number of drop-off children to 25. Children under the age of 5 must have a parent stay with them—you can even join them on the gym floor! Pre-registration is not necessary for open gym. You will need to sign in, however, and pay for your child(ren) before they can play. Late arrivals are not discounted. Non-gym members are welcome. Please be prompt when picking up your child(ren).

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