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What should my child wear to gymnastics?:
For safety and comfort, girls may wear a leotard or shorts/sweats and T shirt. Nylon tights are not allowed unless they are footless. Bare feet is best. Long hair must be pulled back for safety. Boys should wear gym shorts and T shirts or sweats. No jewelry or shoes (unless gymnastics or trampoline shoes) permitted in the gym. Visit our website for Oros Whistler Gymnastics “T” shirts, and other gym clothing available for purchase.
What is a session?:
Our sessions range from 10-14 weeks depending on the season. They begin in September and continue through June. We also offer excellent Summer Camps!
Do you offer Birthday Parties?:
Yes! We offer both Birthday Parties. Call us, stop by, or check out our website for more information.
Can my sport Cross Train at Whistler Gymnastics?:
Absolutely! Whistler Gymnastics is a huge supporter of Cross training. Cross training increases body awareness, coordination, and air sense using gymnastics foundations. This program allows athletes of all sport backgrounds to benefit from the use of gymnastics equipment and training. Within these sessions athletes will learn safety techniques for falling and landing. They will also become increasingly more agile and adaptable. Please contact us for rates and information.
Do you allow Make Ups for Missed Classes?:
Due to child/class/coach ratio and the structure of our programs, make up classes are NOT available.
What is the facility like?:
Our gym is just over 8,000 square feet and located in the Whistler Olympic Legacy building alongside the Canadian Sport Institute.. Our state of the art facility is filled with the latest training devices, including a safety pit, two in ground trampolines, a 40 foot tumble track and various other apparatus (bars, double mini tramp, floor exercise, balance beams, circus equipment, Just For Kids, etc.)
Do you have a parent viewing area?:
Yes, the parent viewing area is located in the lobby of the Legacy building. Parents are not permitted in the gym area or gym floor unless your child is in a parent participation class..
Who are Oros Whistler Gymnastics staff?:
Our staff are hard working, fun people, who teach our participants the wonders of the great sport of gymnastics and all the fundamentals it has to offer! Many of them were gymnasts themselves. They have years of coaching experience and all are NCCP Trained and/or Certified and possess their First Aid/CPR and Respect in Sport.
Is Whistler Gymnastics a recreational or competitive gym?:
Whistler Gymnastics is both a recreational and competitive athletic facility for Artistic and Trampoline Gymnastics. Recreation programs offer a variety of progressive curriculum activities suitable for all genders, age groups and abilities that contribute to personal health, fitness and well-being. Developmental, Performance and Competitive programs offer training for athletes working towards provincial and national competitions.