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  • Why gymnastics?
    Gymnastics has both physical and mental benefits. You child will learn how to build strength, flexibility and coordination which is a good base for any sport!
  • Why Warriors Academy of Gymnastics?
    We aim to teach life lessons such as respect, determination, and perseverance while building strength, flexibility, and coordination in a positive learning environment. Warriors is an official partner of Positive Coaching Alliance “PCA”. All of our coaches are trained with PCA’s Double-Goal Coaching methods, ensuring a fun and positive learning environment that builds confidence.
  • My child has never done gymnastics; is that ok?
    Of course! We have classes for gymnasts of all ability levels, and our coaches will assist and provide instruction to each gymnast.
  • Do you offer trial classes?
    Yes, we offer a free trial class to see if Warriors is a good fit for you and your child, but we encourage you to register for the two consecutive month before making a decision. Contact us to set up your trial (
  • What is the $25 annual membership fee?
    We have a $25 annual membership fee per family. As a member you will get discounts for special events like open gym and parent's night out. Additionally, you will be eligible for our referral/rewards program.
  • Do you have any discounts?
    Yes, we offer multi-family and multi-class discounts. Discounts will automatically be applied during registration. Please contact us for additional details and questions.
  • Who can be with my child during the Parent & Tot Class?
    Adult over the age of 16
  • What is the time commitment for the recreational classes?
    Classes are once a week for the month. Tuition is paid monthly.
  • How do I know what class to sign up for?
    We are always here to help. Give us a call, or register for a beginner class. At your child’s first class the coach will evaluate your child and work with you to place them in the appropriate level. We offer beginner, intermediate, and advanced classes.
  • What do I wear and bring on my first day of gymnastics?
    For Girls, we encourage a leotard with or without tight fitting shorts or leggings. If you do not have a leotard, you may wear any tight fitting clothing. No mid-drifts showing, jeans, or sweatpants. No socks or shoes. Try to avoid dance leotards that have a skirt attached as they can get caught on equipment and rip. For Boys, t-shirts and shorts, but nothing too baggy or oversized. No jeans. No socks or shoes. *Long Hair must be tied back and off the face. *Bring a water/water bottle
  • What should I expect the structure of the class to be?
    Your child will find a hook or cubby to take off socks, shoes, and any extra clothing. We suggest a small cinch bag for belongings. Next your child will wait for their class to be called. Once they are with their coach, they will warm up and listen to the coach for instructions on safety, where to go, and what skills/drills they will be practicing. At the end of class you will meet your child in the waiting area and a coach will be available for updates and questions.
  • Do you have accommodations for children with special needs?
    Yes! Please contact us at for more information.
  • What days are you closed?
    Holidays: New Year’s Day , Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Halloween night, Thanksgiving Day, Day after Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve. Gym’s Summer Break: Week of 4th of July Gym’s Winter Break: Dependent on when Christmas and New Year’s fall.
  • I'm considering competitive gymnastics, what is the time and cost commitment?
    Competitive gymnastics is a year round sport. The season runs from July 1 - June 30. Practice times and tuition vary based on level. We offer both developmental program and excel teams. Please contact us for more information and questions.
  • How do I get started with your competitive teams?
    Most team gymnasts will be selected from our pre-school or recreational classes to go to pre-team. Once girls are on pre-team they will be moved to the appropriate team when they’re ready. We will hold tryouts every June for interested gymnasts from Warriors or other gyms. Please talk to your coach or our office for more details and questions.
  • How do I drop a class?
    To terminate my child’s enrollment in a WAG class, I am required to submit a completed “WAG Drop Class” form in person at the WAG office. WAG will not accept emails or phone calls or verbal statements to terminate any enrollment. A WAG Drop Class form must be received by the WAG office, in person by 5:00pm on the 20th of the last month you plan to attend class. If this form is received after 5:00pm of the 20th of the month, your account will be charged as normal on the 25th and you are responsible for next month's class tuition.
  • Do you offer makeup classes?
    We understand that life happens, vacations are scheduled, children get sick, etc. Warriors is not required to reschedule students into another age/level appropriate class to make up any missed class. Students are not guaranteed a make up class. Under no circumstances will classes be extended or fees prorated for missed classes. Each student is paying for their child's spot in the class, not just for the dates of his/her attendance. Families may inquire with the Warriors' office in person about scheduling a make-up class to take place within 30 days of a missed class.
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