Frequently Asked Questions
Does your gym have a canteen where I can purchase food and drinks?
Yes, however our canteen is run by volunteers and only operates during our Friday night recreational classes between 5:00pm-8:00pm.
Do you take eftpos as a form of payment for classes and the canteen?
Yes! As of 2021 we now accept both cash and card payments!
What should my child wear if they are coming to a gymnastics class for the first time?
If they do not have the club t-shirt that we sell we recommend they wear a t-shirt and bike shorts or leggings and sports shorts for boys. Please ensure they are not wearing any jewellery, hoodies and have their hair tied back off their face.
My child has previously done gymnastics at another club and is interested in training at a competitive level, is there any way they can be tested to see if they qualify for a levels group?
At the moment we only have levels groups for girls and you are more than welcome to speak to a committee member or contact us via Facebook, Instagram, Email or phone to schedule a testing day for your child. Alternatively they can attend a Friday or Tuesday recreational session and they may be noticed by a coach to move to a level or development squad group.
My child is unable to attend a session, should I contact anyone to let them know?
If your child usually attends a recreational class you do not have to contact anyone. If your child is part of a development squad or levels group we recommend that you text or call their coach or call the gymnastics hall to let a committee member know. This just helps us better prepare for training sessions.
I was wondering if it is possible for my child to attend one session as a trial? Will I have to pay the registration fee?
If you just want to attend one of our recreational sessions you can pay the class hourly rate and if you then decide to return the registration fee will be due on the second week of attending.
Do I have to register my son or daughter online?
Normally, we would not require online registrations however, due to COVID-19 we now need all gymnasts to be registered prior to the class they attend to ensure we can comply with Gymnastics Australia and Government health regulations. We take registrations online to ensure we have all personal details for every gymnast so we can contact them in regards to any situation that may arise. This is also to make sure that we can cater for the amount of gymnasts attending each class.
Do you have a MAG (Men's Artistic Gymnastics) competitive program?
Unfortunately, at this time we do not. We did in the past and we hope to have one in the future but due to coaching availability this is not possible. If you son is particularly interested in joining a competitive level or has come from a previous team, please contact us!
Are you a COVID safe venue?
Yes, we are! The gymnasts’ safety is our number one priority so here is how Seven Hills Gymnastics is handling equipment clean-up, social distancing and general hygiene following the World Health Organisation, Gymnastics Australia and NSW government parameters:
Hand sanitiser with a high alcohol percentage will be available at the entrance as well as every apparatus rotation in the gym. All patrons that enter the facility will be required to sanitise their hands and proper hand sanitation, washing and sneeze etiquette will be reinforced. Gymnasts are being instructed to sanitise between apparatuses.
Social distancing of 1.5m between gymnasts will be maintained by the group coach at all times.
Frequented equipment will be wiped down with an antiseptic spray and cloth to limit droplet contamination after every use.
Shoes must be worn to enter the toilet and hands washed throughly before exit.
COVID tracking reports will be filled out every session to ensure we have contact with everyone that has entered the facility in the case that they must be informed about a possible case.