Williamsburg Gymnastics Spring Classes for Gymnasts Ages 2 – 18
Focusing on Boys and Girls Recreational and Competitive Gymnastics Teams
Cheer / Dance Tumbling – Pre School Gymnastics – Agility Course Training
Williamsburg Gymnastics has a top notch training facility for both boys and girls gymnastics!
Their new location is in a state of the art 14,000 sq ft facility located off of Tewning road in Williamsburg (behind Godspeed Animal Hospital).
Williamsburg Gymnastics is currently registering for the following:
Register at www.williamsburggymnastics.com
Adult Fitness Classes:
Classes held weekly
Saturdays 1:30 – 3:00 pm (starting 01/25/20)
Join us for this fun and upbeat class that focuses on endurance, strength, core conditioning, and flexibility. All fitness levels are welcome and no experience is required!
Only $11 per class
Purchase a punch card and get 6 classes for the price of 5!
All Are Welcome, participants must have a Medical Waiver on file. Ages 5 & younger must have an adult with them at all times.
Cost is $55 for 5 sessions (once you complete the 5th session the 6th is Free) or $11 per child/session.
Open Gym Dates & Times (All Ages):
March 21, 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm
April 25, 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm
May 2, 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm
June 17, 2:00 pm – 4:30 pm
June 24, 2:00 pm – 4:30 pm
June 27, 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Preschool Open Gym Dates & Times (Ages 5 years and younger):
Thursday, March 12 , 11am-1pm
Thursday, March 19, 11am-1pm
Thursday, March 26, 11am-1pm
Thursday, April 2, 11am-1pm
Thursday, April 9, 11am-1pm
Thursday, April 16, 11am-1pm
Thursday, April 23, 11am-1pm
Thursday, April 30, 11am-1pm
Recent Gym News:
The Williamsburg Gymnastics boys team competed at the annual Men’s Survivor Invitational in Woodbridge, Virginia this past weekend. Multiple levels from the team competed, including the Level 4 D2, Level 5 D1 and D2, Level 6 D1, Level 9, Level 10 and JD1. All athletes did a great job, earning multiple 1st, 2nd and 3rd place scores in the six events they competed in. L. White and A. Jett both received 3rd place All Around for their performance at the meet and E. Osuna brought home a 1st place All Around medal for the level 9 boys after placing 1st or 2nd in five of his six events.
The highlight of the weekend was the Level 6 D1 boys competition where J. Whatley earned a 1st place medal in three of his events as well as 1st place all around. C. Stensland and M. Tope both brought home 2nd place All Around medals as well. They also received the 1st place trophy for the team competition that they will bring home to their gym in Williamsburg, Va.
Head Coach and owner Pete Walker said, “We are very excited about where the boys program is headed at the gym. It is getting bigger by the week, and the amount of talent that we are seeing is very exciting.” With both boys recreational classes starting as young as preschool as well as agility training available at the gym, Williamsburg Gymnastics has one of the biggest boys programs in the state of Virginia.
The Team hopes to continue their success at the Dave Brown Memorial Meet hosted by their home gym coming up the first weekend in December.
Cameron in Colorado Springs in November training at the Olympic Training center for the National Championships.
Strong start for the Williamsburg Gymnastics Women’s Team
The Williamsburg Gymnastics women’s competitive team competed at the annual Richmond Fall Classic the first weekend in November. While all athletes from the level 5-7 and Xcel Gold and Platinum teams who participated in the meet did well, the Xcel Diamond Team really shined with multiple medals earned in all events. M. Vischer placed 1st in three of her four events which earned her the first place all around score. E. Doherty placed 2nd in all around and also received 2nd place on uneven bars. M. Starr earned a 1st place medal on uneven bars and 3rd for all around. J. Wagner placed 2nd on vault and floor exercise and L. Herman placed 5th in all around. As individuals they did great, but together they did amazing! They placed first in the team competition earning them a banner to bring back to their gym in Williamsburg.
Owner and head coach Pete Walker stated, “He is very proud of the girls and how far they have come. Many hours have been put in at the gym training to get the skills needed to compete at this level”. Most of these girls have been training with each other for multiple years and with the opening of the new gym facility have been able to put in the hours needed and trained on top notch equipment to put them in a position to compete at a high level of gymnastics.
They hope to take this momentum with them to their next competition, The Astronaut Dave Brown Memorial Meet hosted by their home gym, Williamsburg Gymnastics on December 14-15, 2019.
The Williamsburg Gymnastics men’s competitive team completed in the Regional Future Stars Championships October on 13. Two made the 9 year old developmental team and 1 qualified to the National Championships in November at the Olympic Training Center.