FAQ  

What should my child wear for class?

For girls we encourage all our gymnasts to wear a leotard. We allow shorts or leggings to be worn on top of the leotard as long as they are tight. No super loose clothing so it doesn't get caught on anything. No shoes.

For boys, ninja students, or tumbling, we encourage shorts/leggings and a t-shirt. Again nothing super loose or too big that can get caught on the equipment or the coach while spotting. Shoes are optional in ninja and tumbling class.

 

When can I register my child for class?

We have year-round registration. Whenever it is a good month for your child to start we can get them in a class that best fits their needs and interests. We do not charge a registration fee.

How do I pay for class?

 

We accept cash, check, credit, or debit card. An invoice is sent to your email each month and you can pay online from the email or drop off the payment at the front desk. Reoccurring payments can also be set up. Tuition is due from the first to the tenth of every month.

What is your ratio of children to coaches?

 

We like to keep a 10 to 1 ratio of children to coaches at the most. We do stop adding children to the class once the class is full. We start new classes when our classes fill up.

Are our coaches qualified?
 

Each coach that is hired at Level Up has had much experience with gymnastics, cheer, ninja, or tumbling and is qualified and knowledgeable enough to teach your child. Each coach is also SafeSport certified. To learn more about each coach head over to our coaches page.

Can parents watch?

 

Of course! We have a viewing area upstairs with chairs and bleachers set up for parents/guardians to watch class.

 

What's the difference between Ninja class and Gymnastics class?

Ninja class is based off the show American Ninja Warrior. We train lots of upper body strength while testing balance, coordination, and agility on multiple obstacles. A little bit of flips and parkour is learned as well.

Gymnastics class is trained on four different apparatus (Vault, Bars, Beam, and Floor). Different skills are taught on each apparatus that gain strength, flexibility, balance, coordination, and determination. We train girls through the sport of gymnastics from beginners in Level One all the way through our competitive team in Level Ten.

Is the gymnastics center and fitness center the same thing?

Not at all! The fitness center is primarily the left part of our building while the gymnastics center is on the right. Each can be accessed through the front door of our building. A side door on the left side of the building can get you into the fitness center once you are a member.