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Grand opening booked out

Posted: 8am 11 Dec 2020

YMCA Mango Hill Gymnastics is proving a huge hit – before it has even opened.

It had more than 900 expressions of interest by September and this Saturday’s Grand Opening has three sessions, which are all fully booked.

The centre is on the second floor of the new YMCA building, on Halpine Dr, above the YMCA Vocational School Mango Hill campus.

Ninja course

It has been fitted with a full range of gymnastics apparatus, ninja obstacle course, trampoline, bounce wall, tumble strip and more.

YMCA Mango Hill Gymnastics Co-Manager Kate Martynov says the centre has programs for everyone from toddlers and children to adults.

“Dozens of classes kick-off on January 18, including KinderGym, Recreational Gymnastics, Ninja, Tumbling and Tramp, Free G (parkour) and Adult Gym,” Kate says.

“The exciting thing about YMCA Mango Hill Gymnastics is you can choose to enrol in ongoing classes and come along weekly – or try a casual class.”

Small steps

At KinderGym children aged six months to five years can explore gymnastics playzones through free play and structured activities.

Recreational Gymnastics, or Steps Gymnastics, helps gain experience in a range of activities from balancing on the beams, swinging on the bars, or practicing floor movements.

Online enrolments for classes launching in January will open on Saturday, December 12.

There will also be taster classes over the holiday.

For more visit ymcabrisbane.org/gymnastics/locations/mango-hill

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