My child is new to athletics, is KWSA right for him/her?

Yes! Our coaches and staff welcome athletes of all ages and abilities. From beginner to advanced, we develop specialized programs that fit each individual’s goals.

Do you have open enrollment?

Yes, we do. You may enroll your child at ANY time during the year.

How do I know what level my child is?

Our office staff will help you pick the perfect first class, just give us a call or stop by the gym. After they are enrolled, they will remain in that level until they are nominated to move up to the next level according to their instructor.

What does my child wear to class?

Gymnastics and Tumbling Classes: leotard, shorts, t-shirts, tank, sweat pants, etc. (Any kind of workout attire is acceptable)

Ninja Classes: Black Ninja Uniform t-shirt and head band (visit our NinjaZone page for ordering information)

Dance Classes: Leotard, Tights, and Shoes. (visit our Dance page for specific information)

What is the difference between a developmental class and competitive training?

A developmental class is an 1-1.5 hour long class that meets once a week. Our team training classes, depending on the level, meet from 2-17 hours per week. In competitive training, your child will not only learn and perfect skills, but will put those skills in to routines for competition. KWSA team gymnasts, cheerleaders, and dancers compete at local, state, regional and national levels.

I like to workout while my child trains, does KWSA have equipment I can use?

Absolutely! Our facilities are designed to help families achieve their fitness goals. For parents, this means access to a full equipped workout area in a clean, welcoming environment.

How experienced are staff and coaches?

Our staff and coaches are certified, experienced and highly trained in multiple sports. Driven by the core belief that one size does not fit all, our team combines their knowledge, experience and passion to offer the highest quality training with proven results. See our coaches bio's below for more information!

I have a suggestion/concern to share with my child/ childs coach, how should I go about addressing that?

Our coaches will always try to make themselves available at the beginning and the end of any session for you to talk to them. They are all very approachable and will do what they can to help you.
During the sessions our coaches should not be interrupted. Parents must leave the coaching to the coaches and not interfere, as our team requires full attention at all times.