FAQ

How do I book a class with OverGravity Gymnastics?

Click on “Book” in the website menu.
Register, by clicking “Need an account? Click Here”
Fill up all the fields required

Before you book any classes, you will be required to sign our waiver of liability along with our Policy and Par-Q

To sign those documents

click on the profile icon at the top right of the screen and select “My Profile”
Under “My Info” click the pen icon (waiver of liability), and sign the first document.
You can now purchase and book a class.

How do I book a private lessons?

Follow the same steps for the classes, and sign our waiver of liability.
To book a private lessons you will have to get in touch with us first, to find a slot available with one of our coaches. Once you agree for a date and time for the lesson, you’ll be required to purchase your private lesson, but you won’t be required to do anything on the calendar.
We will do it for you.

How does the waiting list work?

Waiting list

  • When the class is fully booked, the system allows up to 2 people to be in waiting list.
  • If you are asked to be added to the waiting list, you can accept or refuse. If you accept and you change your mind, you can always cancel yourself from the waiting list.
  • When a space becomes available you will be added automatically to the class and receive an email and a text notification via the APP (if you have it installed).
  • You could be added up to 1 hour before the class starts.
  • For our cancellation policy, if you are added to the class less then 6 hours before the class starts and you then try to cancel, you will lose the credit.

Remember: if you haven’t been added to the class yet and you want to remove yourself from the waiting list, you won’t lose any credit, even a few hours before the class starts.

Can I start gymnastics if I'm an adult?

Absolutely yes. Most of the time you hear stories of people going to a gymnastics club and ask for adult gymnastics and then being told “I’m sorry you are too old to start gymnastics”. You’ll never hear this from us. We truly believe there isn’t an age limit to start gymnastics. Gymnastics is a great way to do fitness, while having fun and learn new skills. It doesn’t necessarily mean you’ll have to achieve incredible things (which we think are always possible if you really want to), but you can always enjoy it at the level you feel more comfortable with. We have clients of different ages, from 20 to 60 and they can really do big things.

Do you offer classes for complete beginners?

Yes, we do. You don’t need to be able to do gymnastics to join our beginner level. We’ll offer you all you need to progressively get the basics of gymnastics, in a nice and safe environment, while having fun and at your pace. Level one is not only about basics of tumbling but also great to work on conditioning and general mobility.

What's the minimum age for adults classes?

16 years old, with parental consent.

How long does it take to learn a back tuck?

This is the most frequent request. It obviously very subjective and it depends by the background of the person, his/her level of fitness and coordination, etc. What we notice is that with our method and progression, it’s fairly easy to get back tuck from the trampette. Especially if you do a specific work in a gymnastics one to one lesson. Some people can achieve it in one day, some people in a month, or more. It is very subjective. The only way to tell is to start training and then discuss the matter with your coach.

Do you do kids gymnastics? And what age?

Yes, we may do it sporadically but we just treat it as a private lesson or group private lesson, depending on the number (see the pricing here) Age: 7+.

Do you accept cash for the class?

Unfortunately we don’t, but if you have any problem with that, you can maybe ask a friend to make the payment, or drop us a message.