We are pumped and excited to announce that fall classes will begin on August 22! Several safety procedures have been put in place and we look forward to welcoming back athletes for our 16-week Fall session from August 22 to December 19.
We are thrilled to be able to offer classes for Fall 2020 session! We are operating up to our allowable 50% capacity limits inside the gym, so we have fewer classes offered than usual, but we are still SO excited to get back to it!
It’s a joy to work with a kid all the way up to the point of graduating from high school. Unfortunately, our graduating seniors had a great season cut short this year but we cherish the opportunity to learn and grow with them all these years. 🎓 We will miss you all being in the gym each week. Good luck next year, and don’t forget to come back and visit! 😥
Thank you. 🩸 Because of you, there were 52 units of blood collected in six hours! 🎉 This is an amazing amount, especially considering it’s our first blood drive. We were excited to co-host with Blessing- Rieman College of Nursing & Health Sciences and look forward to hosting another drive!!
Zeke Cernea, head tumbling coach and co-owner, was elected onto the Executive Board of the United States Trampoline And Tumbling Association (USTA) Executive board. He will serve one of seven board members helping shape the bright future of USTA.
It can be intimidating figuring out all the ins and outs of a new activity, so I put this guide together to make it easier for those looking for information about joining Gem City Gymnastics & Tumbling, LLC. in Quincy.
Gem City Gymnastics & Tumbling offers quality coaching centered on safety, quality instruction, and your child’s well-being. The choices in the tri-state area for preschool and school age children to begin their tumbling, gymnastics, and cheer careers is plentiful and choosing the right place for your child is key to their future success.
Gem City’s Parkour Program will be up and running starting February 3, 2019 with our certified Parkour instructor, David Boden-Shackleton as well as Dre Spradlin. David describes parkour as using obstacles as opportunity.