Artemis Gymnastics classes for kids are designed to develop balance, coordination, strength, flexibility and confidence.
Enrolments for Term 1 2023 now OPEN!
A leading “Gymnastics for All” program in Melbourne which aims to develop strong foundations of movement, physical literacy and positive experiences to be fit and active for life.
Artemis Gymnastics classes are designed to develop balance, coordination, strength, flexibility and confidence. We offer recreational gymnastics and tumbling programs for children aged between 4 and 10 years old, with a strong focus on broadening our reach through participation and personal growth. We maintain a 1 to 8 coach to child ratio in all our classes, enabling our accredited staff to spend quality time with each student to boost their experiences and development.
Gymnastics is the perfect foundation sport and lifestyle exercise program for children, developing a holistic range of fundamental skills to benefit both recreational participation and a competitive pathway in gymnastics. Plus, it is the ideal springboard for a positive transition to other sports or physical movement passions.
Age: 4–10 Years
Our Foundations Program is a recreational gymnastics program designed for students aged 4–10 years. Participants in this program follow a structured developmental program designed to guide them through a series of basic gymnastics skills as well as other important characteristics such as flexibility, strength, coordination and spatial awareness.
The Foundations Program is the perfect introduction to the range of opportunities within the gymnastics pathway.
Classes run for 45 – 60 minutes and are organised according to age and skill level.
Age: 5–10 Years
Mini JETs and JETs Gymnastics are invitation-only, advanced recreational programs for students aged 5–10 years. Selection is based on the skill level and behaviour expressed by the student throughout the Foundation Program. This is a non-competitive program designed to build upon the skills gained in Foundation Gymnastics and aims to progress students’ skills to best prepare them for participation in other acrobatic sports such as competitive cheerleading, diving and trampolining.
Classes run for 75 – 105 minutes and are organised according to age.
MGGS Students are also offered Tumbling and JETs Tumbling for Year 5 – Year 12. If your child has been involved in our Foundation Gymnastics or JETs Gymnastics streams previously and is interested in continuing, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to check availability and eligibility.
|Class Type||MGGS Student||Community|
|45 min Foundation Classes||$156 – $173||$180 – $200|
|60 min Foundation Classes||$172 – $191||$196 – $218|
|75 min Mini JETs Classes||$230||$230|
|90 min JETs Classes||$275||$275|
*The Gymnastics Australia registration fee has been included in the overall Term cost.
*Fees are charged per term and determined by the number of weeks and classes each term.
Jump Start Room
The Jump Start Room is a bright and welcoming space designed specifically for children aged 4 to 10 years old. The sensory environment invites excitement, discovery and self-confidence, and the specialised gymnastics equipment is perfect for building strength, skill and coordination safely.
The Jump Start room is fitted with a trampoline and landing mat, parallel bars, single metal bar, low beams, airfloors, a climbing section including ropes, trapeze and rings and an extensive array of gymnastic-based toys, games and coaching tools.
The space also caters beautifully for MGGS students (Year 5 – Year 12) participating in our cheerleading and tumbling programs.
Jump Start Gymnastics Co-ordinator
Sarah started gymnastics classes at the age of three and continued on to compete in Women’s Artistic Gymnastics until she was thirteen.
She transitioned to coaching in 2014 and has worked as a Women’s Artistic Gymnastics coach with both recreational and competitive athletes in clubs across Tasmania and Victoria.
Sarah holds an Advanced Coaching Accreditation in Women’s Artistic Gymnastics and is currently completing the Federation of International Gymnastics level 2 coaching academy.
She aspires to deliver holistic athletic programs that support long-term participation in sport. She started at MGGS in 2022 and is excited to be coordinating the Jump Start Gymnastics Program.
Sarah is currently studying a Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science at Deakin University.
Milla started gymnastics at 3 years old and has continued to jump on trampolines and climb things ever since. This will be Milla’s 10th year coaching gymnastics, working with children aged 2 years old through to adults, both competitively and recreationally. Milla has her Intermediate Coaching Qualification in Women’s Artistic Gymnastics and Kindergym. She is also currently completing her final year in a Masters of Teaching in Primary and Secondary Education. Milla started coaching at MGGS in 2021, and is excited to be leading the coaching team into an exciting 2022, focusing on ELC and Morris Hall programs.
Milla approaches coaching through a positive education lense, aiming to make gymnastics engaging, accessible and challenging for all. She is particularly passionate about creating programs where students grow their confidence with how their body moves, and loves seeing students be proud of what they can do. Outside of work and university, Milla loves to go bouldering and camping, and read in the sun.
Brigitte’s love for gymnastics began in Friday night classes in her hometown of Deniliquin, NSW. Whilst a border at MGGS, she was a passionate member of MGGS Cheerleading and began assistant coaching. She currently is completing her Intermediate Gymnastics For All qualifications and coaches our Foundation classes.
Brigitte understands the impact coaches have on young people and strives to be a positive part in our gymnasts’ lives. She loves teaching tumbling skills and seeing an athlete’s face light up when they achieve a skill they have been working hard on. She is a vibrant, encouraging and energetic member of our coaching team.
Brigitte is currently studying a Bachelor of Communication at RMIT, majoring in Journalism. She also competes All Star cheerleading and is a big film lover and book reader.