Gymstar

Classes on break for the school holidays
Online classes finish on Saturday 19th September. Gymstar and Under 5s classes resume from the week of Monday 5th October. MGA and WAG classes go back the week of Monday 28th September.

Children’s Gymnastics Classes

gymnastics classes develop young kids' coordination
Swinging improves coordination and grip strength.

Walk along the balance beam, hang on the rings, swing on the bars, bounce on the trampoline! Your child can do these things and more in a gymnastics class. In fact, children’s gymnastics classes are one of the best activities for kids there is! You can read about all the benefits for children enrolled in a gymsport!

Eureka Gymnastics Club runs Gymstar classes are for children ages five and up for kids in the Ballarat area. Our coaches accredited by Gymnastics Victoria and Gymnastics Australia.

What is Gymstar?

Gymstar is a children’s gymnastics program designed and maintained by Gymnastics Victoria. Made up of ten levels, gymnasts start at level 1 and learn skills on each apparatus. The skills in each level build on the skills in the previous level.

There are six apparatus used in Gymstar classes: vault, uneven bars, balance beam, parallel bars, rings, and floor.

At Eureka Gymnastics Club, our coaches assess gymnasts regularly throughout the term during their lessons. And, once they have reached the pass mark, they earn a certificate and can move to the next level class.

See available classes and request a trial on our Parent Portal, or contact us or call 0403 506 322 for more information!

a gymnast in a gymnastics class learning cartwheels on beam
Learn cartwheels on floor and balance beam!

Gymstar 1-4

In the first four levels, gymnasts’ learn skills like supports on uneven and parallel bars, cartwheels and backward rolls on floor, turns and leaps on the balance beam, and how to land to a crash mat from a height.

Gymstar 5-10

In higher levels, gymnasts learn acrobatic skills like front and back saltos on floor and cartwheels and walkovers on the beam. In addition, they also learn strength skills on the rings, forward rolls and swings in support on parallel bars, and how to vault over the vault table to land on their feet. Additionally, we encourage gymnasts in these classes to get involved in the Allstar Tumbling or Gymstar Strength classes.