Want to know something about Indiana Gymnastics Center? You will find answers to our most frequently asked questions here. If the information you are looking for isn't here feel free to contact us.
We offer a variety of ways to pay for your convenience. In person at IGC with cash, check, or card. Online through the Parent Portal you can pay manually each month or you can set up automatic payments.
Boys - Comfortable athletic shorts, compression shorts or sweatpants. Make sure that the fit keeps them from snagging on equipment. Boys can wear t-shirts as long as they are not oversized and fit tightly enough not to impede movement.
Girls - Most girls prefer to practice in a leotard but girls can also wear athletic shorts, compression shorts or sweatpants making sure they are not too loose that they snag in equipment and t-shirts that are not oversized and fit tightly enough not to impede movement.
Hair - Girls or boys with long hair should pull their hair back in a pony tail, bun or braid to keep their hair from getting in their eyes. Having hair fall in their eyes affecting vision is a safety hazard.
Footwear - No footwear is required. Socks are discouraged because they cause gymnasts to slip.
Glasses -If your gymnast wears glasses you want to make sure they won’t fall off.
Accessories - All jewelry should be avoided because it can snag on equipment or clothing and cause injury. Stud earrings are acceptable, no dangling earrings are allowed. No clothing with buttons, zippers or belts.
We are a year round gym. You can sign-up for and drop classes at anytime. All classes have a monthly billing cycle, payments are due by the first of each month unless communicated otherwise by the gym. Please read our registration page for more details on dropping a classes to avoid any fees.
We have a yearly registration fee of $30 per child. For families with 2 or more children the yearly registration fee is $50. This is a yearly reoccurring charge due on the anniversary of your registration date.
All of our coaches are safety certified by USA Gymnastics. Coaches go through ongoing training to make sure their training and spotting skills are safe and up to date.
Of course! We will pro-rate the first month charge depending on the day of the month you sign-up.
We encourage parents to stay and watch their gymnasts. We have a waiting area with a window out to the gym floor with seating and vending machines.
We attempt to keep our coach to student ratio at 1:8 or below.