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Frequenty Asked Questions

What class should my child go into?

Find the class that your child's age fits into and we go from there. The class will be once a week so you will need to pick the day and time you'd like to attend. The kids are placed into an age appropriate class and usually quickly assessed to see if they can move up into an advanced class. We will discuss this with the parent if we feel they are excelling and need to be more challenged. Within each class there may be two or three different levels being taught. We track what level the child is working on and what levels they have obtained all the necessary skills.

How old does my child have to be for your programs?

For classes, children must be 18 months and up. Each class has specific age categories so you would have to pick the appropriate class for your child's age. Please go to our More Programs page for more information. 

What does Parent and Tot involve?

This is a great way for parents to share in the activities with their child. The coach will be there to guide parents how to go though the recreational circuits and how to spot and help their child perform the skills. The coach will facilitate a warm up and cool down while parents take on a coaching role with their child. (Only one parent per child can be on the gym floor at a time).

Can my child just "try" a class to see if he/she likes it?

Yes! We offer a trial class for just $10 incl. tax. This provides an opportunity to attend a full class to see if it is a good fit for your child. This fee will be taken off the total class fee if you would like to register your child. 


Are the classes structured  or it is free to go in and play?

All classes are instructed by a certified gymnastics coach with the exception of any Open Gym Programs we may run in the future. 

What will my child learn? 

We follow the nationally accredited CanGym Program. The system is broken down into levels and children are evaluated on the most appropriate level for their skill set at the end of each session. The program is designed with Long Term Athlete Development in mind and prepares the children for potentially competing. We will follow progressions to learn skills, on bars, beam, vault, floor and trampoline.

If my child misses a class is there an opportunity for a make-up? 

Make up classes are not offered. If classes are cancelled by GymNation then we may offer a make-up class if the schedule allows.  We do not however offer make-ups for classes missed or cancelled classes due to weather or circumstances beyond our control.

Do you offer a competitive program? 

We do offer a pre-competitive program for ages 6 and up. This program is by invitation only. We we also offer an Intermediate Recreational class for ages 9-14 years and an Intro to Comp class for ages 5-6 years by invitation or you can request to have your child tested for one of these classes.   If they have the required skills/aptitude/attitude/ coach-ability/body awareness and can perform certain skills, they may be asked to join the competitive team.  Contact us for more information or to try out. 

Registration and Payment Information

How do I register? 

Go to "Register for a class" tab  and click on the Registration Form button. Fill out the form and drop off, scan or email


How do I make payment?

Payment can be made via cash, debit, credit or EMT to, as long as we have your registrations forms.   

Are the fees plus tax?

Yes, all class fees are plus tax except for the Insurance/registration fee.

Do I have to pay the registration fee each time I register for a class or program?

No, the registration fee is paid once a season. It is paid to Gymnastics Nova Scotia and is an insurance coverage fee for the season. The fee covers the time you register, no matter which session, until the end of August each year. This fee is also non-refundable. 

Do I have to pay the registration fee per child?

Yes, each child must have  their own insurance/registration fee paid. 

What if it doesn't workout. Can I get a refund?

Refunds not granted as you have taken up a spot in the program that can’t be filled at a later date. In the case of an illness or injury, a refund will only be granted with a medical note. The best option is to do a trial class before committing to a full session. 

What does my child have to wear?

A bodysuit is preferred. No two piece suits please. Children should wear comfortable clothing to move in, no jewelry, hair must be tied back and bare feet is preferred. 

Do you have change rooms?

We do not have separate change rooms at this time but we have bathrooms that can be used to change into gym gear. 

Do you have parent viewing?

No, we do not have parent viewing as we no longer have space available in order to comply with fire regulations, so children will need to be dropped off before class and picked up at the door after class. Please be mindful of other parents dropping off and picking up so we ask that everyone clears our of the lobby as quickly as possible. 

PARENT SHOW AND SHARE: On the last class of your 13 week session (dates are posted on the website), parents will be asked to come in the gym for the last 10-15 mins so children can demonstrate some of what they have learned. Coaches will indicate when it's time to come in the gym. 


  • Anyone attending the show and share, including siblings, are not permitted to sit on or try out the equipment due to insurance reasons. 


Do I have to stay and watch my child. 

We do not have parent viewing, however there may be exceptions when a child is struggling with being left alone and the parent will be asked to stay or if a child is registered in a Parent and Tot Class. 





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