Our head coach and owner, Linda Clifford, is always on site in her office with all the windows inside the gym area. If you have any concerns or questions during class, please drop into her office and she will be happy to help you.
Arrivals & Departures
Parents should always come into the building when dropping off or picking up children. This will ensure athletes have arrived or left gymnastics practice safely, and parents can ensure that there have been no unforeseen changes to the practice schedule.
Please do not stop your vehicle at the walkway to drop off or pick up passengers – this backs up traffic onto Birchmount Road and is very dangerous. It only takes a moment to pull into a parking spot.
Please do not leave any valuables visible in your vehicle – put them in your trunk or bring them into the building.
Lobby & Viewing Area
We ask that all shoes and boots be removed in the main lobby and placed under the white benches in the lobby, or on the blue mats under the hooks in the girls' change room.
No running in the lobby, viewing areas, or when leaving the gym to get water or to visit the washrooms.
Please keep siblings with you in the viewing areas and do not let them play alone in the lobby.
Athletes must wait in the main lobby line up area until the coach calls them in to warm up for their class. No one is allowed in the gym area without a coach, including the small kinder room to the south of the parent viewing area.
Hair must be tied back away from the face and no jewelry or earrings other than small studs.
Gymnasts should have bare feet or wear ballet slippers or socks that have rubber soles.
Outdoor shoes are not permitted, and socks are too slippery when on the equipment.
Leggings, shorts, or gymnastics leotards are all appropriate attire.
Parents involved in our Parent & Tot classes should wear socks.
Drinks & Snacks
We are an Allergy Alert gym and ask that only fruit and vegetables be brought into the building for snacks by parents and athletes. We hope that parents will enjoy their coffee while watching their child – but NO food other than fruit or vegetables.
We protect the environment by not selling bottled water. Instead, we provide filtered water and cups and ask that if you do bring disposable water bottles to class, that you take them home with you.
Some parents prefer that their child not be photographed. When you take a photo from the viewing area, other children are very likely to be in the frame. If you wish to use a photographic device, including cameras, video cameras, camera phones, or PDA please speak with the Head Coach first, and she will get you close to your child so that no one else is in the frame.
Athletes are not permitted to take photos of any kind on the premises or in the change rooms.