Trampoline and Tumbling Classes
Trampoline & D.M.T. (Double Mini Trampoline)
WAGS offers classes for Recreation and Competitive Trampoline for children aged 8 years and up.
Beginner classes teach trampoline safety skills, correct jumping techniques and basic skills for beginner athletes.
Competition classes are more advanced and for more proficient trampolinists. Entry into these classes are by invitation only.
Trampoline Class Times
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday mixed 4.00 - 5.00pm
Friday Boys 4.00 - 5.30pm
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday - By assessment ONLY
Competition: Tuesday to Friday - 5 - 7 pm
Double Mini Tramp: Wednesday 5 - 7pm
There are no casual Trampoline classes.
All new gymnasts MUST enrol through our office before starting a class.
Trampoline Class Cost
Beginner Classes: $125 per term. Class length 55 minutes, one class per week.
Competition Classes: $125 (1 hour), $230.40 (2 hours), $498.60 (6 hours) per term.
There are no catch up classes if you miss a regular class.
What to Wear:
Socks MUST be worn - to avoid foot and toe injuries
No jewellery, belly piercings must be taped over
Long hair must be tied back. If it hangs over the face it is dangerous.
Appropriate clothing: No belts or zips, jeans or dresses. Tight fitting – not loose or baggy. Lycra shorts and top ideal.
Our Tumbling Programme is a competitive programme and aims to have gymnasts striving to compete at National Championships. The nature of tumbling requires gymnasts to have good all over body strength, co-ordination, speed and power. For gymnasts wishing to start this code an assessment time will need to be made at our office.
Beginner Classes: (prerequisite a good straight handstand can hold for 5 seconds)
Wednesday/Friday 3.30 pm $92.50 per term
Intermediate Class: (prerequisite a round off)
Tuesday 3.30 - 4.45pm $130.00 per term
Advanced Class: (prerequisite a round off back handspring back tuck pass or similar)
Senior Competitive: Monday 3.30 - 4.45pm $130.00 per term
Senior Rec Tumble Class: Thursday 3.30 pm - 4.45pm $130.00 per term