About Airborne Gymnastics in Longmont, CO
Are all gymnastics facilities the same? Of course not! At Airborne Gymnastics, we strive to provide the best experience possible, but in the end, only you can decide if we are right for your situation.
When deciding where to enroll your child, we ask you to take a moment to consider the following:
Who is teaching your child?
When we look for new staff members and gymnastics teachers, we first look for people who truly love children. We can teach the skills and supply the technical information, but we can’t teach people to genuinely love children and love to teach children. We hold monthly in-house training sessions for all staff members. Training topics range from class organization to teaching advanced skills. We also send staff to national-level training annually, or bring in national-level trainers to train our staff in-house.
Our senior Gymnastics staff members are required to have a current certification in Gymnastics Coaching. They are also USA Gymnastics Professional members.
Can I watch my child?
Absolutely! Gymnastics, rock wall climbing, and tumbling & trampoline classes can be viewed from our main lobby area or from the upstairs observation area. All of our dance studios have one way mirrors to allow you to watch classes at anytime.
Is my child safe while in class?
Safety is our #1 priority in gymnastics. Of course, all activities involving height and motion involve a risk of injury. To help minimize the risk to your child, all of our instructors are trained in gymnastics safety, basic first aid, and class discipline techniques.
Will my child have fun in class?
Yes. Although we do have competitive programs in gymnastics and tumbling & trampoline for the more serious students, our goal is not to make every child the next Olympic gold medalist.
We strive to give every student the essential life skills necessary to succeed in whatever they choose to do in their lives. We aim to develop your child’s sense of self-discipline and self-respect, teamwork, and creativity, all while helping them to become physically fit and recognize the importance of exercise in they lives. We do all this, while making sure every child has a great time!
How does Airborne release students after class?
One of Airborne’s main goals is to keep our students safe. View our general class policies for an outline of how we release kids from their dance classes.
History of Airborne
Colorado Gymnastics World started in a small warehouse in April of 1989. Current owner, Pam Turner, began working at Colorado Gymnastics World as team program director in January of 1990 and ended up purchasing the company in August of 1991.
Since that time, enrollment increased every year and forced the business to move to a larger, specialized facility in 1996. At that time, the dance and climbing programs were added and the name changed to Airborne Gymnastics & Dance. After another 9 years of growth, Airborne more than doubled the size of the facility creating the state of the art facility used today.
As we’ve continued to grow, at the beginning of 2015 Airborne Gymnastics & Dance split into Airborne Gymnastics and Airborne Dance, but are still housed in the same facility.
Contact Airborne Gymnastics in Longmont, CO
Airborne Gymnastics offers fun activities for kids and opportunities to enhance kids health, such as through gymnastics classes, rock climbing, trampoline, tumbling, and much more.
Not only does Airborne offer a variety of skilled-based recreational gymnastics classes for kids, we also support a variety of competitive gymnastics teams and performance groups. Contact Airborne Gymnastics at (303) 684-3716 to get your child involved today!