CLOSED TODAY, Monday Sept. 7th FOR ALL CLASSES, STAY COOL!
WE ARE OPEN FOR CLASSES UNDER MARIN COUNTY GUIDELINES.
Registration for Gymnastics and All-Star Cheer is back!
Please be patient, as we plan to bring back our other programs such as birthday parties & power plays, when permitted under the Marin County health & safety guidelines.
Our gymnastics zoom classes are available September 2020. Led by the Cal-Star owner, Amber Myers with 27 years of coaching experience. This is a great opportunity to learn skills broken down and safetly taught in your own home. A wide open area inside or out and a yoga mat is most ideal. Parents should stay in the room while child attends class as additional supervision.
We appreciate your understanding as we work to ensure that we meet the guidance set by the CDC, state and county. Donations are appreciated as we continue to rebuild.
All program fees are non-refundable at this time as we try and manage the impact of Covid-19. We know this is difficult for everyone so we are happy to offer credits at this time for all. Credits are happily applied towards use when all other programs reopen.
Whether a child's goals are to join the gymnastics team or take gymnastics classes alongside another sport to help develop the strength, flexibility and coordination, we challenge each and every child the same. Gymnastics lessons not only teach cartwheels and back handsprings but more important is the self-confidence, self worth and abilities to overcome obstacles along the way! We see this as our number one reason for anyone and everyone taking classes.
Cleared a thorough background check | USAG Instructor or Professional membership | Safesport certified | Cpr/ First Aid certified | USAG Safety certified | passed U100 Gymnastics course
In addition coaches earn continuing education credits through online courses, attending Gymnastics Congress and USAG clinics during the year. In-house training is provided by staff with over 20 years of coaching experience annually.
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