Each student deserves the best instruction possible. Our staff is dedicated to assisting all participants to reach their highest potential. In addition, our learning environment is designed to cultivate listening skills, confidence, and self-discipline.
Our mentor club, Fallbrook Gymnastics, has been helping us prepare for the Gymnastics for All program and Teamgym program. Acrobatic & Tumbling will soon be implemented in the summer of 2017.
San Diego Rhythmic Gymnastics Academy is our mentor club for rhythmic gymnastics. Every summer coach Heather and the rhythmic gymnasts attend a summer camp at the San Diego Rhythmic Gymnastics Academy by Alla Zubiski.
The following are types of gymnastics that we focus on:
Is a competitive version of Gymnastics for All gymnastics where squads of athletes perform together in two events - Group Floor Exercise and Group Jump (tumbling, vault, & mini tramp) currently there are 10 difficulty levels.
Squads are made up of 6-14 gymnasts and are judged as a team based on difficulty requirements and execution. Power TeamGym can be competed at local invitationals, at the Gymfest and international invitationals.
In Rhythmic gymnastics, individuals or teams of five or more use one or two pieces of apparatus, including clubs, hoops, balls, ribbons, and ropes. Gymnasts also perform freehand or with no apparatus.
This type of gymnastics combines elements of ballet, gymnastics, dance, and apparatus manipulation. In competitions, a panel of judges assesses gymnasts based on their leaps, balances, pirouettes (pivots), apparatus handling, and execution. The person who gets the most points win.
Gymnasts need to prepare a choreographed performance that covers the entire floor or stage, and it must have a balance of jumps, leaps, pivots, balances, and flexibility movements. In every movement, a high degree of athletic skill is involved.
Rhythmic gymnasts must have strength, power, flexibility, agility, dexterity, endurance, and hand-eye coordination to be successful in this type of gymnastics.
This is a competitive gymnastic discipline where gymnasts work by pairs to perform complex figures. These figures consist of acrobatic moves, dance, and tumbling set to music.
In this type of gymnastics, athletes have to study or prepare three types of routines.
The first is a 'balance” routine, where gymnasts focus on showing their strength, poise, and flexibility. Next is the “dynamic” routine. This involves throws, somersaults, and catches. Lastly, there is a “combined” routine, which includes some elements from the first two routines. The combined routine is at FIG level 6 and above.
If any of the rules are broken, Valley-Wide Elite Gymnastics has the right to refuse service.
Elite gymnastics builds confidence, strength, and flexibility in a safe and fun environment.
This class teaches children five and under the fundamentals of gymnastics. Students will learn coordination, strength, and flexibility while becoming familiar with gymnastics equipment. Equipment includes balance beams, mini-trampolines, vaulting boxes, mini-gymnastics bars, and much more.
Here boys and girls age six and up learn the basics of floor gymnastics including:
Students will also learn how to utilize the balance beam, mini-trampoline, vaulting box, and mini-gymnastics bar.
In this class, we help our students in improving the moves and techniques they learned in the beginning class. We also teach intermediate and advanced tumbling:
a gymnast misses a class, he or she can make up the class at a
different location within 30 days of the absence.
Annual Registration Fee $20.00 due when gymnast first signs up with tuition.No Registration Fee for Seven week Summer Session 2017.
Sign up Dates:
Saturday Aug. 12th, Sept. 30th, Nov. 25th, Jan. 27th, & March 24th
10:00am-1:00pm (Valley-Wide Regional 901 W. Esplanade Ave. San Jacinto 92582)
Sessions can be 4, 5, 6, or 7 week sessions depending on how many weeks are in the months.
accept cash or check. You can get a $5.00 discount if you’re taking
more than one class per week. No sibling discount.