Aerobic Gymnastics is a fast paced, high energy sport involving complex movement patterns and gymnastics skills performed to music. Gymnasts work to execute routines which can be performed as an individual, multiple or group.

Our state of the art gymnastics facility is fully equipped with a sprung floor, trampolines, swinging ropes, rings, bars, balance beams and more.

Children who participate in Aerobic Gymnastics will:

  • Develop agility and co-ordination
  • Grow in self-confidence
  • Build strength and flexibility
  • Improve their aerobic endurance 
  • Develop team work skills and friendships 

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Program Levels


Aerobic Gymnastics

Ages: 6 - 12 years

Class Duration: 1 hour 

Our recreational classes are aimed at children aged 6-12 years old and is a fun and exciting class perfect for beginners and non-competitive athletes. It offers an introductory program to Aerobic Gymnastics and teaches the fundamental skills of the sport whilst improving flexibility, strength and coordination.

This class is a perfect starting point to aerobics with potential to transfer into our competitive program. Participants will begin to learn the seven basic aerobic steps as well as the basic gymnastics elements. These are then combined to create short routines for the gymnasts to execute.  

Aerobic Gymnastics Competitive squad

Please note: Aerobic Gymnastics classes are invitation only

Our National level 2-5 program is a competitive pathway for Aerobic gymnastics. These classes follow the Australian Levels Program and allow athletes to be introduced to the fundamental movement patterns through choreographed routines. Gymnasts will develop coordination, flexibility and strength, while also using time in our gymnastics space to progress their compulsory elements and skills needed for routines.

Our athletes have the opportunity to compete at local, state and national competitions throughout the year. Athletes are expected to train between 2-5 hours per week.

Our strength and conditioning sessions are an optional class for any competitive gymnasts. This additional class will allow athletes to increase their strength and fitness as well as learning the progressions for new and more difficult skills

Frequently asked questions

  • How can my child change or upgrade to a new class?
    Participants may change their class day or time, or upgrade to a new level at any time during or at the end of a term. Once the participant displays 70-80% competency in the skills for their current level, as per the Gymsafe/LaunchPad curriculum, the coach will issue them with a ‘level transfer’ notice and ‘level passed’ certificate. This notice must then be taken to reception to make and confirm the relevant changes. Changes will not be made automatically. Upgrades and changes are dependent on class availability. Additional fees may be applicable when changing classes or increasing the number of training hours.
  • What should my child wear?
    Balwyn Gymnastics Club requires participants to wear comfortable, appropriately sized active wear to all gymnastics programs. Participants are not permitted to wear socks, shoes, denim, dresses, skirts or stockings while participating in classes. No jewellery should be worn by participants, as this has the potential to cause injury to the gymnast/coach and may damage apparatus. Earrings should not be worn, however small studs are acceptable.

    Hair should be tied back neatly and should not get into the participants eyes or face. Coloured hair spray is not permitted. For older gymnasts, deodorant is required.

    A club hoodie, leotard (sleeveless or long sleeved design) and club T-shirt are available for all participants in the program to purchase at an additional cost. Please see reception for further information.
  • Can I take photos of my child?
    Balwyn Gymnastics Club does not permit parents, guardians, spectators or participants to take photographs of children participating in gymnastics programs. YMCA is committed to the safeguarding of children and young people. We are aware that photography and video can be misused for inappropriate purposes, and by prohibiting this behaviour, can minimise the risk of misuse within our programs.

    Full details of the YMCA Safeguarding Children and Young People can be obtained on request at the centre, or online at