||| Our Methodology

  • Teach Students Using Feedback Loops (Earn Points, Hit Targeted Goals, Complete Specific Assignments)

  • Develop a Strong Foundation in Flipping Fundamentals (Round Off, Front Handspring, Back Handspring, Front Layout, Back Layout and Twisting)

  • Once Mastering the Basics to Flipping Students are Allowed to Pursue Sport Specific Movements (Gymnastics, Parkour, Tricking, Tumbling, etc..)

We take a holistic approach to training by focusing on integrating the physical, mental and emotional aspects of learning. Our classes follow key parameters in order to create a dynamic learning environment:

  • Age Based Learning

  • Skill Progression Learning

  • Performance Development

The way we group students directly affects the content and material taught within each level.

All acrobatic sports have one thing in common, the ability to flip.

Our program is designed to build the foundation first and then move into sports specialization. Whether you want gymnastics, parkour, tricking, tumbling, trampoline etc.. the foundation of movement begins at the same place.

We Offer Four Levels

Ground (Beg.)

Jr. Flight (Int.)

Flight (Adv.)

Twist (Masters)

About | Your journey...




Our Unique Method allows for a dynamic learning environment due to how we structure classes.

  • Age Based Learning

  • Skill Progression Learning

  • Performance Development

||| Our Stages of learning: Developmental, Specialization, Elite.

||| Our Developmental Program leads to Specialization within Gymnastics, Parkour, Tricking, Freerunning, or Tumbling.

||| We provide qualified coaches for each stage of your journey.

||| Our curriculum follows a holistic approach to learning.

||| Testing Required to Advance in Level


We STRONGLY RECOMMEND all students begin in Ground School in order to build a proper acrobatic foundation.

Nevertheless WE UNDERSTAND student's with prior experience may be ambitious to progress quickly. We do allow for students to test into any level at any time. Schedule Testing Today.


Run | Jump | Crawl | Roll | Handstand | Cartwheel | Limber |


Round Off | Front Handspring | Back Handspring | Introduction to Flipping


Front Flip (tuck, pike, layout) | Back Flip (tuck, pike, layout) | Side Flip

Classes: 50 min - 1.5 Hours | 18 month - Adult

  • Parent 'n' Me | 18 month - 4 years | (Entry Level)

  • Pre-School | 3.5 - 5 years | (Entry Level)

  • Ground | 5-7yrs | 8-12yrs | 12-16 | (Entry Level)

  • Jr. Flight (Intermediate)

  • Flight (Advanced)

Ground (beg.)

This is an Entry Level. No Testing Required.

Our beginner level introduces students to the basic coordination and movements that are necessary to flip. In Ground School students will work on running, jumping, crawling, rolling, handstands, cartwheels, pushing strength, pulling strength, circling on bars, drops on trampoline and more.

Classes that follow Ground School Curriculum are: Parent 'n' Me | Pre-School | Ground | Adult

Jr. Flight (int.)

This is an intermediate level. Testing Required for Entry.

Flight School focuses on three main skills; round off, front handspring, back handspring. While there are other areas of development happing, all forms of development revolve around these three skills. When learned correctly students who master these three skills learn a total of 9 skills. When a student learns to back handspring properly then they also learn the movements necessary to perform a back whip and a back layout. Flight School is foundational to Flip School.

These are the requirements to test out into FLIGHT.

  • Sprint 40' under 4 seconds

  • Chin Hang 10 Seconds

  • From Hang Lift Legs and Tough Toes to Bar

  • Tucked Hollow Hold 1 Minute

  • Handstand Hold on Wall 1 Minute

  • Hold a bridge with head off ground

  • Standing Long Jump Body Length from Feet to Head

  • Cast on Bar for 30s non-stop

  • Straight Arm Forwards Roll

Flight (adv.)

This is an advanced level. Testing Required for Entry.

Flip School is all about flipping on and off various surfaces. Flip off blocks, flip over mats, flip onto mats, wall flip, flip off bars, flip on trampoline etc etc. Flip School begins to focus on developing autonomy in the students learning.

These are the requirements to test into FLIP.

  • A Limber or Walkover of Your Choice.

  • A Front Handspring or Front Headspring on or off any surface

  • 3 legs lifts, toes to bar

  • 1 pull up

  • Long Jump Body Length Feet to Hands

  • Front Tuck Up Mat Stack On Any Surface

  • Cartwheel with Straight Arms and Legs

  • Jump to Handstand

  • Cast Above Horizontal on a Bar


Are you ready to begin specializing in an acrobatic sport? In this tier of training students focus on mastering sport specific techniques to pull off amazing feats.

4. Masters

Front Tumbling Series | Back Tumbling Series | Twisting Flips | Flip Off a Surface | Strength | Flexibility

In this class students will be given the last 30 minutes to work on any skill of their choosing with the guidance of their instructor.

This level focuses on developing athlete autonomy and giving the students the necessary tools to advance in skill difficulty.

Classes: 1.5 hr min. a week | Skill Specialization




Women's Gymnastics

Vault | Bars | Beam | Floor

Free Flow

Parkour | Tricking | Free Running | Gymnastics | Ninja

Tumble & Tramp

Trampoline | Tumble Trak | Tumble Strip

TESTING | Entry Requirements

These are the requirements to test out of FLIP and into SPEC.

  • Front Handspring on Tumble Trak

  • Back Handspring on Trampoline

  • Front Tuck off a Springboard

  • Back Tuck on Trampoline

  • 10 V-Slaps in 12 seconds

  • 3 Pull Ups

  • Box Jump Hip Height

  • Handstand Walking 10 Steps


Not everyone wants to compete. However for those students who are driven to compete we offer a competitive track. Due to demand we currently only have a Women's Competitive Team. There are 3 ways to make it on our competitive team.

Path 1: Test out of our Specialty Program

Path 2: Qualify for our Pre-Team Program

Path 3: Have prior experience in competitive gymnastics and test into our program

Women's Gymnastics

6 - 20+ hr a week | No Age Limits | Sport Specific

TESTING | Entry Requirements

These are the requirements to test out of SPECIALTY and into ELITE.

  • 10 Leg Lifts (Straight Legs)

  • 5 Pull Ups

  • Hollow Hold 1 Minute

  • Arch Hold 1 Minute

  • Bounce Handstand on Floor

  • Front Whip

  • Back Whip

  • Cast Above Horizontal 10x

  • Front Hip Circle or Both Stride Circle & Back Hip Circle

  • 10 Thomas Touches

  • Punch Front Tuck on Floor

  • 2 out of 3 Splits

  • Straight Arm Bridge

  • Flat Pancake

  • Split Jump Bigger than 90 Degrees on Both Legs

  • Mat Push for 1.5 Minutes, no stopping.

  • Can Show a Proper Handstand Shape on Floor