Artemis Gymnastics

Artemis Gymnastics classes for kids are designed to develop balance, coordination, strength, flexibility and confidence. 

TERM 3 DATES

Commencing Thursday 18 July.

Concluding Wednesday 18 September.

No classes Monday 19 August. 

Gymnastics for Kids

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.

 

GYMNASTICS Classes

Foundation Gymnastics

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 program with Artemis Gymnastics.

Classes run for 45 – 60 minutes and are organised according to age and skill level.

 

Pathway Gymnastics

Age: 5 – 10 Years (Invitation Only)

The Pathway Gymnastics program is an invitation-only, skill development program aimed at furthering gymnastics skills within Women’s Artistic Gymnastics (WAG). This includes bars, beam, vault and tumbling skills.

This non-competitive program is designed to build upon the skills gained in the Foundation Gymnastics program and aims to progress students’ skills, strength and posture to continue development within gymnastics.

Skills and routines developed are equivalent to the WAG Australian Levels Program (ALP) Level 1.

Classes run for 75 minutes.

If your child has previously been involved in the Mini JETs Gymnastics program and is interested in continuing, please contact mggsgymnastics@mggs.vic.edu.au to check availability and eligibility.

 

Development Gymnastics

Age: 5 – 10 Years (Invitation Only)

The Development Gymnastics program is the next step in Artemis Gymnastics, following a skill assessment from Pathway Gymnastics. This program further develops skills from Pathway Gymnastics and introduces more advanced skills within Women’s Artistic Gymnastics.

This non-competitive program is designed to build upon the skills gained in the Pathway Gymnastics program and aims to progress students’ skills to best prepare them for participation in other acrobatic sports, such as competitive cheerleading, diving, trampolining and tumbling.

Skills and routines developed are equivalent to the WAG Australian Levels Program (ALP) Level 2.

Classes run for 75 minutes.

 

Tumbling

Year 5 – Year 12

The Tumbling program at Artemis Gymnastics is a non-competitive program open to all students in Year 5 and above. It focuses on developing skills for Power Tumbling and WAG Floor Tumbling. Lessons are student-centered, with coaching and skill progressions based around each students’ skill level and goals within the program.

This program works alongside the Cheerleading program (MGGS Students only) in Year 5 and above, which offers a competition pathway within Artemis Gymnastics.

Classes run for 60 – 90 minutes.

 

Gymnastics And Tumbling Squad

Invitation Only

The Gymnastics and Tumbling Squad is an invitation-only, advanced recreational program. It is for students who have demonstrated strong and consistent foundational skills in the Development Gymnastics or Tumbling programs. This non-competitive program develops skills and routines across Women’s Artistic Gymnastics, Trampoline and Tumbling equivalent to ALP Level 3 and above.

If your child has previously been involved in the Mini JETs Gymnastics, JETs Gymnastics or JETs Tumbling programs and is interested in continuing, please contact mggsgymnastics@mggs.vic.edu.au to check availability and eligibility.

Classes run for 90 minutes.

Schedule

CLICK HERE for the 2024 Term 2 Gymnastics Schedule.

FEE Structure

2024 Pricing

Class Type Price*
45 min Foundation Classes $21 / lesson paid fortnightly via direct debit 
60 min Foundation Classes $23 / lesson paid fortnightly via direct debit 
75 min Pathway and Development Classes $29 / lesson paid fortnightly via direct debit 
60 – 90 min Tumbling Classes $23 – $32 / lesson paid upfront per term
90 min Squad Classes  $34 / lesson paid fortnightly via direct debit 

 

Lessons are paid fortnightly on a Monday direct debit cycle, except Tumbling which is paid upfront each Term. Each Term is between 7-9 weeks.

Direct debit payments run on a continuous payment model however you will not be charged for holiday periods or MGGS closures.

Dishonoured direct debits will incur a $5.50 fee charged by our debit provider, not the Artemis Centre.

*MGGS students please contact within for student discount to be applied.

*The Gymnastics Australia registration fee has been included in the overall Term cost.

enrol

Enrolments for Term 3 2024 now open for current Gymnasts only.

From Wednesday 3 May, any remaining Tumbling places in the program will be made available to those on our waitlist. 

Registrations for the continuous programs remain open pending availability. Continuous programs include Foundation Gymnastics, Pathway + Develpoment Gymnastics and Gymnastics and Tumbling Squad. 

Please contact mggsgymnastics@mggs.vic.edu.au if you are interested in joining a program!

Terms And Conditions

Artemis Gymnastics Terms and Conditions can be found here.

These are reviewed regularly.

Facilities

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.

Meet The coaches

Sarah McClary

Head of Jump Start Gymnastics

Sarah has a lifelong passion for sport and has been active since a young age, moving from being an athlete into a coach for gymnastics, trampolining and diving.

Sarah brings her years of experience as both an athlete and a coach to develop programs that build the fundamental and advanced skills that facilitate life-long participating in sport.

Graduating from Deakin University with a Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science, with majors in Applied Sports Science and Sports Coaching, Sarah utilises all skills to develop programs so athletes can maximise their learning and performance.

Sarah’s goal in coaching is to one day coach a team of athletes at a National level event but in the meantime she is working to develop engaging gymnastics programs for athletes of all ages.

Sarah Green

Coach

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 a Federation of International Gymnastics level 2 coaching accreditation in Women’s Artistic Gymnastics.

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 a Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science graduate from Deakin University and is currently completing her Honours.