A non-competitive program for children nine months to twelve years. We strive to improve self confidence in every child through movement, play, and fun! We'll have your child building physical skills in a fun and positive environment. Every child should have the chance to experience success!
Current Covid-19 Health Policies
Our covid plan moving forward into Spring Session (masks are still required through April 1st and the remainder of winter session):
"Our goal at Bellingham Bay Gymnastics and Pre-School is to always keep our kids safe. COVID has been the biggest challenge thus far to that goal. Masks allowed us to continue going to gym and pre-school when health risks were high. We are forever grateful for your support during these past two years."- Teacher Jill
As of March 12th, the state has lifted the mask mandate. We will continue to require masks through the end of winter session, April 1st. When we return to the gym after spring break on-
April 11th Masks will be optional for all students, parents and staff.
We understand that removing masks may be uncomfortable for you, and some may not be ready. We encourage everyone to respect each family's decision. We will continue to supply adult and child size masks at the front desk.
Health and Wellness- We will also continue to do all we can to minimize the risk of passing on illness. Know that the gym, lobby and pre-school are sanitized and disinfected with hospital grade product each evening. High touch areas such as the bathroom and lobby are cleaned throughout the day.
You can help us stay healthy from any germ bugs by staying home if you, your gymnast, or anyone in your family is ill. If you have been exposed to COVID in close contact form, or are presenting multiple symptoms that could be covid- please test before returning to gym or school. We have a liberal make up policy for missed classes and we welcome seeing you once feeling well again.
Parent & Toddler Gymnastics
Pre-School/Early Grade School
Grade School Gymnastics
Beginner and intermediate tumbling and apparatus skills are emphasized as students develop conditioning, poise, confidence, and balance in a noncompetitive and supportive setting.