Gymnastics Classes Offered
We offer gymnastics classes, gymnastics private lessons, and a homeschool program.
Athletic Performance Training Program to give your keiki a competitive advantage in any sport.
Our classes are structured to enable each athlete to progress at their own pace. We add a learning component to each movement class that is age and grade appropriate. Consider that in gymnastics, the more practice you get the more progress you make. Beginner athletes may consider joining more than one day a week to accelerate progress. Please click here to learn more about our facility and staff.
Important Class Information
What to Bring to Class
A water bottle (preferably a bottle with a straw attached to it to prevent spills) to hydrate throughout the lesson and a small towel to dry off sweat, which can be placed in one of the cubbies at the street entrance, or it can be placed on the table at the parking lot entrance.
What to Wear to Class
A leotard is required for girls. A compression shirt or tank top is required for for boys. Nails should be trimmed (finger nails and toe nails), hair pulled back in a bun or a pony tail, and no dangling jewelry should be worn.
Monthly Tuition Rates
Small classes. Experienced coaches. No initiation fee, no annual membership fee, no other hidden fees, tax included.
Two 'Ohana Members
1 day/wk =$145/mo
We offer 'ohana discounts for more than two members and for multiple hours of weekly training..
One 'Ohana Member
1 day/wk = $89/mo
2 day/wk = $145/mo
Intermediate 2-hr. class rates vary.
Walk in fee: $25 for 1hr. class, or $40 for a 2 hr. class.
Please schedule your walk-in ahead of time by calling (808) 799-0345.
Competitive team classes rates differ.
Gymnasts with intermediate to advanced skills may try out for our Momentum Program Team (MPT), a junior olympic program as prescribed by USAG that prepares gymnasts for competitive level skills. We have a boys team and a girls team. For more information e-mail Coach Cynthia at firstname.lastname@example.org.
"Adversity causes some to break; others to break records." William Arthur Ward.