After School

Globally known as a fundamental movement sport, gymnastics provides the building blocks for all other sports, dance and martial arts. The benefits in child development are widely documented. Our programmes enable confident movers with strong bones and muscles, improved posture and balance, coordination and flexibility. Take all of this, add loads of fun and you have children that learn through exploration and play who are encouraged to be creative with their minds and bodies.

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5 & 6 Years (1 Hour)

Fun and challenging circuit style gymnastic classes using beam, bar, vault and floor to work on strength, balance, coordination & flexibility. Gymnasts work towards GymSport New Zealand’s Gym Fun Badges.

7 to 12 Years (1 Hour)

Learn gymnastic skills on beam, bar, floor and vault in a fun & safe environment with children of similar abilities. Children can be extended or challenged as their skills levels requires.

Advanced Gymnastics - Selection Only (1.5hr)

An extension class for those with more advanced gymnastic ability. These classes are more structured and your child will need to meet skill & strength criteria. Please phone the office for more information.

Trampoline 7 years + (1hr)

This class focuses on learning trampoline skills safely and developing strength and co-ordination. There are opportunities to compete at local competitions but this is not compulsory. 

TeamGym 8 years + (1.5hr)

TeamGym is an exciting style of group performance for both boys and girls. It encourages team work, creativity, originality and showmanship to provide the audience with an energetic, enthusiastic and dynamic performance.

There are three apparatus in TeamGym:
Floor - incorporates dance, sports aerobics, aerobics and tumbling elements to be rhythmic and entertaining while demonstrating co-ordination, balance and statics, strength, flexibility and spring.

Tumbling - relies on good teamwork for synchronicity and uniformity while demonstrating athletes tumbling abilities.

Spring/Mini Trampoline - relies on good teamwork for uniformity and synchronicity while demonstrating athletes vaulting and mini-trampoline abilities.

What to Wear

Please wear snug, comfortable clothing. No belts, buckles, zippers, jeans, wrist watches, skirts or jewellery. Shorts and a t-shirt are acceptable, or a leotard or togs.
In cool winter months, named thermals are recommended. Pants may be worn only if we can see the gymnast’s feet. Gymnasts participate in bare feet.
Long hair must be tied back for safety and hygiene reasons.
Please bring your own named drinking bottle and have had recent refreshments..

Behaviour Expectations

Respect for Others - moderate voice level, take turns, use nice words & no hitting
Respect for Equipment - share equipment, use equipment appropriately
Respect for Learning - Listen to your coach, pay attention, try your best
Any Dangerous behaviour towards anyone the coach reserves the right to send a gymnast off the floor immediately until further notice.

Registration Terms & Conditions

ARGOS Gymsport reserves the right to cancel any class that does not have a sufficient number of registrations. Participant's families will be notified and the children given a different class option should this occur. ARGOS guarantees a minimum of 8 weeks per term. Important - If you enroll in a class and you do not cancel in writing prior to the start of term.  Failure to do so will result in full payment being due. Refunds will only be approved upon the receipt of a medical certificate for injury/illness which prohibits a member from participating for the remainder of a term.

All fees are to be paid by week three of each term. Any child with outstanding fees will not be able to continue participating in class until the fees are paid in full.
Unless a payment plan is in place as agreed upon by the Centre Manager, a late fee of $10/week outstanding will be added to overdue amounts.