Brockville Gymnastics Academy is a non-profit organization that offers programs to promote your child’s love for the sport of gymnastics in a fun and safe environment. Qualified coaches provide opportunities for children to develop gymnastics skills, positive self-image, and body awareness.

Our renovated (as of September 2010) and fully air-conditioned gym is conveniently located at 10 Gilmour Street in Brockville’s West end close to Metro and Leons. Our 5000 square foot dedicated gymnastics facility is equipped with a foam-resi pit, in-ground trampoline, spring floor, uneven bars, beams, rings and much more.

What types of programs does BGA offer?

We offer recreational, dance and gym combo, and trampoline classes for all ages. Competitive and pre-competitive programs for ages 4 and up are available. We also offer summer camp, private lessons, group visits, school groups and amazing birthday parties. See our Registration Policy here.

What does my child wear to gymnastics?

Shorts without zippers/buttons and a t-shirt, or a gym suit and bare feet are required in the gym. No jewelry is permitted and long hair must be tied back.

How many children are in a class?

Class ratio varies depending on the size of the class. It is usually 8:1, with a coach helper. Keep in mind that classes may be cancelled or combined due to lack of sufficient enrollment.

What do we do when we arrive for our first class?

All footwear should be left in the front lobby. We have change rooms available. All outer clothing articles can be left in the change room. Please wait in the viewing area or change room with your children until your coach comes to get the class. Due to COVID-19, our viewing area is closed.

Can I watch?

Due to COVID-19, our viewing area is closed.

Only authorized coaches and personnel are permitted in the gym and parents are not permitted in the gym, with exception of the You & Me class. Our viewing area window is located outside the family change room. No food or drinks are permitted in our viewing area (water only).

What do parents do in a You & Me class?

Parents attend the class to assist their child with the circuit and are responsible for keeping their child with the group at all times. Parents are asked to wait in the change room or viewing area for the coach before coming up onto the gym floor.

What payment options do you offer?

We only take cash, debit, or cheque payments and fees must be paid at time of registration. There will be a $25 charge for NSF cheques. See full registration policy here. However, due to COVID-19, we are accepting e-transfers to avoid physical contact.