Gem City offers gymnastics, tumbling, cheer, and kinder gem classes, which can be started as young as 18 months and still enjoyed into adulthood.
Our classes present an opportunity to learn and gain strength from the chance to make new friends and build self-esteem to the development of motor skills and the many benefits of exercise.
Gem City coaches athletes with a system of progressions to move each athlete toward their full potential. We do this for two reasons: 1) safety and 2) good basic skills are the key to the big fancy skills.
Below you will find a quick description of the classes we offer. Click on the buttons for more in-depth description, schedule, and prices. To enroll in a class, simply stop by or call us at 217.224.8491.
- The annual family membership is $32 (if not paid during the fall session).
- The “Family Maximum” for Spring 2019 class tuition is $864. This is the highest cost a family will pay when enrolling multiple children in classes while not in any of our team programs.
- Each child after the first child in one family receives a 10% discount on tuition.
Fall 2018 – Register at anytime!
August 20 to December 15
Register starting Monday, November 19!
January 2 to May 14 – 19 weeks of classes
Gymnastics classes teach the skills of the four events of women’s gymnastics— bars, beam, vault, and floor. No experience is necessary.
Tumbling classes focus on the proper technique and execution of handstands, cartwheels, round-offs, and back handsprings. No experience is necessary.
Kinder Gem classes develop motor skills, introduction to basic gymnastics movements, and basic group learning. Ages 18 months to 5 years old.
Cheer classes are designed for junior high and high school athletes interested in tumbling with some emphasis on jumps. No experience is necessary.
Keep up with what’s happening at Gem City!
There are no classes December 16-January 1. Spring session begins January 2.Read More ›
Gem City's Tumbling Team competed in their second competition of the 2018-2019 competition season in Canton, IL on December 9.Read More ›