Valley-Wide Elite Gymnastics

Valley-Wide Elite Gymnastics

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Helping Your Child Become a Great Gymnast 

About Us

Valley-Wide Elite Gymnastics in Hemet, CA strives hard to provide quality gymnastics training to all students. We handle each training session with fun and safety in mind, as well as focus on improving our students’ physical and social development.

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, 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.

Our Specializations

Gymnastics evolved from the exercises used by the ancient Greeks. These included skills for mounting and dismounting a horse, and from circus performance skills. Through the years, gymnastics evolved into a well-loved and challenging sport.

Internationally, all events are governed by the Fédération Internationale de Gymnastique (FIG). Each country has its own national governing body (BIW) affiliated to FIG.

The following are types of gymnastics that we focus on.

Artistic Gymnastics

Artistic gymnastics is a sport that involves the performance of exercises, which require strength, flexibility, balance, and control. Competitive artistic gymnastics is the most popular among the gymnastic events.

It typically involves the women's events of vault, uneven bars, balance beam, and floor exercise. Men's events include floor exercise, pommel horse, still rings, vault, parallel bars, and the high bar.

Rhythmic Gymnastics

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.

Acrobatic 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.

Class Rules

  • Parents are allowed in class, if they are respectful.
  • Gymnasts cannot wear jewelry during training.
  • We encourage the use of good hygiene.
  • Students should have bare feet; socks are not allowed due to slipping.
  • If gymnast is absent during the session they paid for and would like to make up the class, gymnast has 30 days from the absence to make up class at any other location.

  • Cell phones must be in silent mode.
  • Parents are requested to discipline their child.
  • If a check bounces, there is a $25.00 charge, plus a $10.00 late charge.
  • If parent wants a refund a $25.00 charge is taken out of tuition and registration fee is not refundable.

If any of the rules are broken, Valley-Wide Elite Gymnastics has the right to refuse service.

Training Programs

Elite gymnastics builds confidence, strength, and flexibility in a safe and fun environment.

Kinder Gym (Fundamentals of Gymnastics): For Ages 3-5

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.

Beginning Gymnastics (Basic Floor Tumbling): For Ages 6-8

Here boys and girls age six and up learn the basics of floor gymnastics including:

  • Coordination Skills
  • Flexibility and Strength
  • Rudiments of Tumbling

  • Cartwheels
  • One-Handed Cartwheels
  • Handstand

  • Back Bends
  • Basic Back and Front Rolls

Students will also learn how to utilize the balance beam, mini-trampoline, vaulting box, and mini-gymnastics bar.

Advanced Gymnastics (Intermediate/Advance): For Ages 9 and Up

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:

  • Front Walkovers
  • Front Handsprings
  • Back Walkovers

  • Round-Offs
  • Toe Touches
  • Aerials (With a Strong Emphasis on Back Hand-Springs)

 Acro, Tumbling, and Cheer: For Ages 6 and up

This class teaches a more advanced training in:

  • Acrobatic Stunts
  • Power Tumbling (Front and Back Rolls, Cartwheels/Aerials, Round-Offs, Back and Front Walkovers, Handstand Balancing, Front and Back Handsprings)
  • Acro Dance Moves
  • Fundamentals of Cheerleading

Other Classes

  • Preschool Rhythmic Gymnastics (Gymnastics and Rope, Hoop, Ribbon, and Ball): For Ages 3-5
  • Boys Gymnastics: For Ages 6 & up
  • Kinder Floor Tumbling (concentrating only on gymnastics floor skills):For Ages 3-5
  • Performance/Competitive Gymnastics: Audition-Only Team

If 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 $15.00 due when gymnast first signs up with tuition.
Sign up Dates: 
January 3rd-January 31st, 2017:
Monday January 2nd 3:00PM-6:00PM (Valley-Wide Regional 901 W. Esplanade Ave. San Jacinto 92582)
February1st- February 28th, 2017:
Saturday January 28th 10:00AM-1:00PM (Valley-Wide Regional 901 W. Esplanade Ave. San Jacinto 92582)
March 1st-March 30th:
Saturday February 18th 2:00PM-6:00PM(Valley-Wide Valle Vista (43935 E. Acacia Abe. Hemet 92544)
Gymnast must Sign up and Pay on the Dates of Sign up or Online.  Payments will not be accepted after the dates.
April 11th-May 23rd, 2017 (No Class April 3rd-7th):
Saturday April 1st 10:00AM-1:00PM(Valley-Wide Regional 901 W. Esplanade Ave. San Jacinto 92582)

Kinder Gym, Kinder Floor Tumbling, and Preschool Rhythmic Gymnastics 

  • $48.00 for Four Weeks
  • $36.00 for Three Weeks (Wednesday/February)
  • $60.00 for Five Weeks
  • $72.00 for Six Weeks

Gymnastics 6-8 years, Gymnastics 9-14 years, and Boys Gymnastics

  • $56.00 for Four Weeks
  • $70.00 for Five Weeks
  • $84.00 for Six Weeks

 Acrobatic, Tumbling, Cheer

  • $56.00 for Four Weeks
  • $70.00 for Five Weeks
  • $84.00 for six Weeks

Competitive Gymnastics Team and Rhythmic Gymnastics

  • January: $165.00
  • February: $140.00
  • March:$170.00
  • April & May Combined: $180.00

We accept cash or check. You can get a $5.00 discount if you’re taking more than one class per week or sibling  discount.

Dress Code
All hair should be in a bun, braid, or pony tail.  No Jewelry should be worn in class.
Gymnast must wear color that coordinates with class.

  • Boys Gymnastics: Elastic Gym Shorts, Fitted Blue T-Shirt, Tank Top, and Warm-Ups.  Blue is the class color.
  • Female Gymnasts: Leotards (Please Coordinate color leotard with gymnast class) and Gymnastic Shorts (No Tights Unless Footless).
  •  Kinder Gym: Green Leotard
  • Beginning Gymnastics: Red Leotard 
  • Advanced Gymnastics: Orange Leotard
  • Preschool Rhythmic Gymnasts: Yellow or Gold Leotards, Black Shorts, and White Socks.
  • Kinder Floor Tumbling: Purple Leotard, Black Gymnastics Shorts, and No Socks.
  • Acro/Cheer Gymnasts: Leotards (Pink), Workout Shorts, and Cheer Shoes That Can Be Purchased at Payless Shoes with White Socks of Any Style
  • Competition Gymnasts: Blue Leotard and Star Black Shorts.
  • Competition Rhythmic Gymnasts: Black Zebra Leotards with Black Shorts and White Socks or Rhythmic Shoes