Nicole’s Gymnastics Academy: Now enrolling for fall!

Team

Our developmental team requires hours of hard work and sacrifice from your gymnast. But that place on the podium makes it worthwhile.

Recreation

Along with our famous “Marbles About Gymnastics” reward system, we have individual skill / progress charts for each student!

Parties

With a wide range of activities including arts and crafts, imaginative play and physical activities, our staff will engage with your children.

Our Classes

Our fall classes will tentatively run from August 21st – May 24th. All students must pay an annual enrollment fee of $25.00. We give discounts for sibling enrollment. ALL CLASSES AND SCHEDULING SUBJECT TO CHANGE.

Age: Under 6

Rec. Gymnastics

These classes learn and practice all events.

Age: 6 and older

Tumbling Program

These classes practice floor and trampoline.

Age: 7 and older

Rec. Gymnastics

These classes learn and practice all events.

Age: 4 and older

Team Program

Must have coach approval to enroll in these classes.

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NGA Competitive Team

Learn more about the Nicole’s Gymnastics Academy competitive team.

Gym  Facilities

NEW LOCATION: 415 North 3rd Street, Enid, OK 73701

Nicole’s Gymnastics Academy has been located at 3214 Craftsman Drive in Enid, Oklahoma. The building is 5,500 square feet in size.

The back room is an open gym arrangement, with a full-size competition floor, along with ropes and a tumble trampoline.

The main (front) practice area houses regulation-size bars, beam, and vault setups. In addition to the competition equipment, we house lots of “Just For Kids” recreational gymnastics equipment.

Uneven or asymmetric bars

“Bars” is an apparatus used in women’s artistic gymnastics. The apparatus consists of a steel frame with generally wood-coated fiberglass bars. The bars are adjustable to fit gymnasts of varying sizes and skill levels.

uneven bars

Balance beam

The balance beam, or “beam” for short, is an apparatus used in women’s artistic gymnastics. The beam is generally raised about 4 feet from the floor, and covered in a leather-like material. The measurements of a competitive grade balance beam are roughly 16 feet long by 4 inches wide.

balance-beam

Floor exercise

The “floor” is an apparatus used in both women’s and men’s artistic gymnastics. The floor is a designated area, with a performance area of roughly 39 feet by 39 feet. Most competitive floors are spring floors, consisting of a combination of springs, foam, and plywood for added bounce.

floor

Vault

The vault is an apparatus used in both women’s and men’s artistic gymnastics. For women, it is roughly 4 feet tall. To perform a vault, the gymnast runs toward a springboard placed in front of the vault, does any number of tricks propelling him/herself over the apparatus, and lands on a mat on the other side.

vault

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