Providing Fit Flippin' Fun Since '91
Greetings Sandhills Gymnastics Families
We are thrilled to be open and still providing gymnastics classes to our community! Despite the new restrictions, there have been so many smiling faces and new skills learned!
With all the excitement of this new normal, there are some current guidelines we must follow to keep our doors open for our students and their families.
When students and their families enter the gym, no more than 10 minutes before class, there will be someone at the door to greet you and take your temperature. After sanitizing hands and feet, your child will be directed to an area to wait for their coach to join them.
During your students’ class, they will be sanitizing their hands frequently and the mats and equipment they are using will also be sanitized after each rotation.
In the balcony, we ask that only one parent observes to allow for social distancing. While there is less space for seating with the addition of the beam area, the safety of our students and their families is our top priority, so we are following all guidelines put forth by the state and Governor Cooper.
Please keep in mind face masks are required for all students and family members that are over the age of 5.
We are so excited to be open once again and are so grateful to all our families who make Sandhills Gymnastics what it is!
Have a great day,
Sandhills Gymnastics Coaches and Teachers
A Flippin’ Fun Fitness Facility
The sport of gymnastics provides so much more than flips and tricks. It provides a family, friends, and the opportunity to better your perception on the adventure we call life. Here at Sandhills Gymnastics we strive to do just that. We believe in giving children a place where they feel safe and comfortable while learning to build character, develop sportsmanship and have fun! When a child begins their gymnastics journey, they will discover that beyond skills, they will gain a sense of pride in themselves, the confidence to accomplish their goals and the tools to be the best member of their community they can be.