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Holiday program 4yr+

Click here for the Bayside Summer Holiday Program 2019!


You are most welcome to contact us to book for holiday program or on-going classes:
E: or PH: (03) 9077 5104 


Summer Holiday Program, 14th - 24th January:
(all other classes are also running as per usual during this period)

"KIDS": (4 - 12 years), 3 hour session

Monday 14th Jan 1pm-4pm – wipe out day
Wednesday 16th Jan 1pm-4pm – tramp and spring day
Thursday 17th Jan 1pm-4pm – ring and swing day

Monday 21st an 1pm-4pm – beam and balance day
Wednesday 23rd Jan 1pm-4pm – stunt day
Thursday 24th Jan 1pm-4pm – backward day

General public: $45.00 
Member: $37.00

Appropriate for kids from 4 - 12 years old.

Children are divided into age/skill based groups to learn how to tumble, flip, swing and balance or build on existing gym skills. A variety of different games and activities are offered each day utilising all the gymnastic apparatus including trampoline, bars, rings, beams as well as floor activities.

On the day send a drink bottle and a healthy snack/lunch with your child. Parents are welcome to stay if they choose. Children need to be signed in and out at the gym office for each session. 

Free trial sessions

Free trial sessions are available as per usual for the on-going classes during the holidays. The holiday program is not included in this offer. To book a free trial session, please call us on (03) 9077 5104.

Fun Fact

  • Take off two points less than the child's age & this is how many instructions they can follow i.e 3-2=1
  • According to NASA, (and they know their stuff!), rebound exercise such as trampolining is ‘the most efficient, effective form of exercise yet devised by man’ -
  • The word gymnastics derives from the Greek word 'gymnazein' translated means to "exercise naked".
  • Did you know that crawling provides neurological information and pathways that the brain requires for efficient learning, absorption, retention and expression of knowledge?
  • Trampolining is a low impact sport and is a great form of exercise. It keeps you active, without having to work too hard.
  • The brain takes up 2[%] of our body weight, though consumes 20[%] of our daily energy!
  • Friedrich Ludwig Jahn of Germany is generally considered the father of gymnastics as he invented several pieces of apparatus, including the parallel bars and the balance beam, which are used today.
  • The brain loves stories, as they have an emotional component and a start, middle and ending. These all attract parts of the brain, which then stimulate learning.
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