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When looking for adult gymnastics classes in New York, the first thing to know is that, of the many clubs, not all of them have adult classes. Because of that, it's helpful to have access to a directory where you can find adult-friendly clubs without having to make a ton of phone calls.
That depends from club to club and class to class. Many adult gymnastics classes operate on a drop-in basis, while others will have you sign up and pay for a set number of classes ahead of time. The map below has registration details for many of the classes. Otherwise you may want to ask in advance if you have a preference.
If you see listings that are incorrect or out of date, you may edit them yourselves using a computer or laptop.
Head on over to our Facebook Group where you can post a request to find a class in your area. You're sure to find up-to-date insider information on the current offerings.
While some folks are looking for classes, others are looking for competitive teams. The NAIGC is a great resource for finding a local club in your area. There are also some gyms that run AAU Ladies Division Teams. Some clubs will allow adults to compete alongside their kid's teams too. Ask! I did this for years on a Level 8 team and it was a great experience for me.
Have you heard about our Adult Gymnastics Camp?
If you are unable to find an adult gymnastics class, or an adult class isn't for you, know that some gymnastics clubs allow adults to attend their open gyms that are normally geared toward children. It's best to ask in advance, but that can be a great way to get more access to the equipment.
If you consistently bring enough friends, the gym may be open to offering an adult-only session! The other cool thing about attending an all-ages open gym is that children and parents will notice you and may want to join in the fun! This helps spread the adult gymnastics movement!
Be sure to use #adultgymnastics on social media to further this movement to make the sport more accessible to adults.
Disclaimer: Adult gymnasts and coaches give advice and suggestions on this page. By reading and implementing the information, you assume all liability for injury. The advice given is for educational purposes only. Please check with your in-person coach and ensure that you have the proper pit, mats and/or spot available before trying any suggestions. If you don't agree to these terms, do not attempt anything that you see on this page.
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