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Gym South Gymnastics, Tumbling, Ninja and Dance

400 Pavilion ParkwayFayetteville, GA 30214
Phone: 770.461.5528Website: Visit Website

At Gym South we offer gymnastics, tumbling, ninja and dance.  We offer FREE evaluations for all of our classes to make sure your child will be placed in the correct class based on their skill level.  We offer classes from age 20 months to adult, so check us out and see what’s right for you!  For more information, please visit our website at www.gymsouth.com or call 770-461-5528 and we will be happy to assist you.

Gymnastics:

  • Boys (5 years old and up), Girls (6 years old and up)
  • Will train on competition equipment for both boys and girls
  • All classes begin with a required warm up and then they work on their appropriate equipment
  • Girls Competitive Gymnastics is also offered

Preschool Gymnastics:

  • Parent Tot classes (ages 20-36 months)
  • Preschool Program (3-5 years) offers 4 different levels that are based on ability

Tumbling program:

  • Focus on tumbling skills needed for cheer (5-8 year olds and 9 and up) with classes for all skill levels
  • All classes include a required warm up and  tumbling based on the child’s ability level

Ninja Zone:

  • Boys & girls classes (3-11 years)
  • Divided by age and ability
  • Begins with warm up, then they are introduced to gymnastics, parkour, obstacle course training and martial arts

Dance:

  • Offers hip hop/jazz style classes (ages 5 years and up)
  • Class assignment is based on ability level.

Special Events:

  • Birthday parties, FREE Babies class, Parent’s Night Out, Drop ‘N Play and Open Tumble  
  • Gym South hosts holiday camps when Fayette schools are closed. Camps are a good way to introduce your child to entry level gymnastics, tumbling, Ninja, dance, organized games and so much more.  

Operating hours:

  • Monday-Friday 12 pm-8 pm
  • Saturday 10 am-3 pm

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