About

Your child's safety and learning experience are important to us. All our staff is USAG trained and safety certified, and our head coaches are certified for First Aid and CPR. To facilitate the best possible interaction between your child and our coaches, we keep the student / coach ratio as low as possible in our classes, and when we reach our ratio we either add a second coach to the class or open a new class! To view class times for our current session, please enter the Parent Portal.

At Inland Empire Gymnastics Academy our classes run in sessions, and each session is approximately 8 weeks long. We offer Early Bird Rates (10% off a session payment) for all students who register and pay before the session sign-up deadline. We also offer a multi-child discount - $10.00 off tuition for each child in the same household. There is an annual registration fee of $48.00 due every August 1st for all students. All students receive an INLAND EMPIRE GYMNASTICS ACADEMY T-SHIRT when they first register with the gym. If you sign up later in the year your annual fee will be prorated.

Preschool

For our Preschool classes, we offer Play Gym, Tumble Tykes, Tumble Kids, Power Kid Boys and Power Kid Girls. Our Preschool student to coach ratio is 8:1 for Play Gym, Tumble Kids and Power Kids, and 6:1 for Tumble Tykes. At the end of every session, each child receives a certificate for participation. For more information call our office (909) 383 - 6655 or visit the Parent Portal.

Play Gym

Play Gym is the first and youngest level of gymnastics participation offered at Inland Empire Gymnastics Academy. Play Gym is designed for children from 18 months (walking) to the age of 3. Play Gym is a parent participation class in which IEGA’s highly trained pre-school staff assist parents/caregivers as children have the opportunity to participate in fun and exciting games, obstacle courses, and group activities! Parents/caregivers are included in the program to ensure student comfort, enjoyment, and involvement.

The Play Gym curriculum includes activities designed to develop coordination, balance, motor skills, color and shape recognition, first time experiences trying gymnastics skills, environmental awareness, social development with other children; all in a fun and exciting group environment.

Tumble Tykes

3 to 4 year olds, Tumble Tykes is the next step at Inland Empire Gymnastics Academy. This program is slightly more structured and is an independent class (no parents). Tumble Tykes is designed for children ages three to four years of age. Our energetic staff will lead children through this 45-minute class, which includes time for warm-up, stations, and a fun finish! Tumble Tykes classes continue to focus on balance, coordination, motor and social skills development, as well as important preschool skills like listening and taking turns, all while introducing basic gymnastics skills

Tumble Kids

Tumble Kids classes are 45-minutes in length and are designed for children ages 4 to 5 years old. This program is the transition between Tumble Tykes and Beginning Girls & Boys. Tumble Kids is a beginning gymnastics class where students have an opportunity to work on all the gymnastics events and apparatus (girls & boys), in an engaging and high-energy environment. Balance, coordination, and motor skill development all continue to be an important part of class, as well as the gymnastics skill development such as: forward / backward rolls, cartwheels, handstands, “pull-overs”, glides, casting and dismounting on the bars, and running and using the springboard for vaulting. Tumble Kids coaches regularly do informal assessments of all gymnasts and, when children are developmentally ready, they are moved either to Power Kid Girls or Power Kid Boys.

Power Kid Girls

Inland Empire Gymnastics Academy's Power Kids program. This is an invitation only class for those girls who have mastered their Tumble Kids skills and are ready for additional challenges. Contact our office for more information.

Power Kid Boys

Inland Empire Gymnastics Academy's Power Kids program. This is an invitation only class for those boys who have mastered their Tumble Kids skills and are ready for additional challenges. Contact our office for more information.

Girls Recreational

For our Girls Recreational classes, we offer Beginning Girls 1, Beginning Girls 2, Intermediate Girls, and Advanced Girls. Our student to coach ratio is 8:1. For more information call our office (909) 383 - 655 or visit the Parent Portal.

Students in our Recreational Programs are evaluated on an ongoing basis. Upon enrollment, students receive a skill card which is used to monitor their progress. When students reach proficiency in all of their level’s skills, they will receive a certificate and ribbon, and will be invited to move up to the next level. All gymnasts will receive an evaluation form to take home so that parents and athletes can celebrate accomplishments and track their progress.

Beginning Girls 1

Inland Empire Gymnastics Academy's Beginning Girls 1 program is designed for the novice gymnast. Athletes follow Inland Empire Gymnastics Academy's curriculum, which is designed as a series of logical progressions with attainable goals, and is aligned with the progressions of USA Gymnastics. The curriculum includes learning basic gymnastics terminology, correct body positioning, flexibility, strength, and developmental skills on all four Olympic events (vault, bars, beam, floor). This introductory gymnastics class offers and opportunity to have fun learning basic skills while developing and interest in the sport of gymnastics and a healthy lifestyle that includes exercise. Some of the skills introduced at this level are handstands, cartwheels, forward and backward rolls.

Beginning Girls 2

IEGA's Beginning Girls 2 program is designed for the intermediate gymnast. Athletes follow Inland Empire Gymnastics Academy's curriculum, which is designed as a series of logical progressions with attainable goals, and is aligned with the progressions of USA Gymnastics. The curriculum continues to focus on basic gymnastics terminology, correct body positioning, flexibility, and strength, while further developing gymnastics skills on all four Olympic events (vault, bars, beam, floor). This class offers athletes an opportunity to have fun strengthening their basic gymnastics skills while developing a deeper interest in the sport of gymnastics and a healthy lifestyle. Some of the skills introduced at this level are round-offs, handstand forward rolls, and bridge kickovers.

Intermediate Girls

IEGA’s Intermediate Girls program is designed for the advanced recreational gymnast. Athletes continue to follow Inland Empire Gymnastics Academy's curriculum, which is designed as a series of logical progressions with attainable goals, and is aligned with the progressions of USA Gymnastics. The curriculum continues to focus on gymnastics terminology, body positioning, flexibility, and strength, while further developing advanced gymnastics skills on all four Olympic events (vault, bars, beam, floor). This class offers athletes an opportunity to go further in their gymnastics skills development while strengthening their love sport of gymnastics. Some of the skills introduced at this level are back handsprings, backward roll to a push up position, and back walkovers.

Advanced Girls

IEGA’s Advanced Girls program is designed for the advanced recreational gymnast. Athletes continue to follow Inland Empire Gymnastics Academy's curriculum, which is designed as a series of logical progressions with attainable goals, and is aligned with the progressions of USA Gymnastics. The curriculum continues to focus on gymnastics terminology, body positioning, flexibility, and strength, while further developing advanced gymnastics skills on all four Olympic events (vault, bars, beam, floor) This class offers athletes an opportunity to go further in their gymnastics skills development while strengthening their love sport of gymnastics. Some skills introduced at this level consist of round-off back handsprings, front handsprings, and back extension rolls.

Boys Recreational

For our Boys Recreational classes, we offer Beginning Boys 1, Beginning Boys 2, Intermediate Boys, and Advanced Boys. Our student to coach ratio is 8:1. For more information call our office (909) 383 - 655 or visit the Parent Portal.

Students in our Recreational Programs are evaluated on an ongoing basis. Upon enrollment, students receive a skill card which is used to monitor their progress. When students reach proficiency in all of their level’s skills, they will receive a certificate and ribbon, and will be invited to move up to the next level. All gymnasts will receive an evaluation form to take home so that parents and athletes can celebrate accomplishments and track their progress.

Beginning Boys 1

Inland Empire Gymnastics Academy's Beginning Boys 1 program is designed for the novice gymnast. Athletes follow Inland Empire Gymnastics Academy's curriculum, which is designed as a series of logical progressions with attainable goals, and is aligned with the progressions of USA Gymnastics. The curriculum includes learning basic gymnastics terminology, correct body positioning, flexibility, strength, and developmental skills on all four Olympic events (vault, high bar, floor, rings, pommel horse, parallel bars). This introductory gymnastics class offers and opportunity to have fun learning basic skills while developing and interest in the sport of gymnastics and a healthy lifestyle that includes exercise.

Beginning Boys 2

IEGA's Beginning Boys 2 program is designed for the intermediate gymnast. Athletes follow Inland Empire Gymnastics Academy's curriculum, which is designed as a series of logical progressions with attainable goals, and is aligned with the progressions of USA Gymnastics. The curriculum continues to focus on basic gymnastics terminology, correct body positioning, flexibility, and strength, while further developing gymnastics skills on all four Olympic events (vault, high bar, floor, rings, pommel horse, parallel bars). This class offers athletes an opportunity to have fun strengthening their basic gymnastics skills while developing a deeper interest in the sport of gymnastics and a healthy lifestyle.

Intermediate Boys

IEGA’s Intermediate Boys program is designed for the advanced recreational gymnast. Athletes continue to follow Inland Empire Gymnastics Academy's curriculum, which is designed as a series of logical progressions with attainable goals, and is aligned with the progressions of USA Gymnastics. The curriculum continues to focus on gymnastics terminology, body positioning, flexibility, and strength, while further developing advanced gymnastics skills on all four Olympic events (vault, high bar, floor, rings, pommel horse, parallel bars). This class offers athletes an opportunity to go further in their gymnastics skills development while strengthening their love sport of gymnastics.

Tumbling

For our Tumbling classes, we offer Beginning Tumbling and Advanced Tumbling. Our student to coach ratio is 10:1. At IEGA, we know that it takes an average 6-8 months for most athletes to learn a technically correct standing back- handspring... and we strongly believe in technically correct back handsprings because it means your athlete's safety comes first. Athlete safety should never be "shelved: in favor of the "chuck & duck" method. Why? Because when your athlete leaves IEGA for the competition area or the football field, we want him or her to have all the tools necessary to perform safely. Yes, sometimes this means it takes a little longer to learn the skills, but an athlete's safety should never be sacrificed. For more information call our office (909) 383 - 655 or visit the Parent Portal.

Beginning Tumbling

Beginning Tumbling develops the basics for learning safe and clean tumbling progressions including: handstands, cartwheels, round-offs, and standing back-handsprings. Developing upper, lower, and core body strength are also important at this point. Goal: Standing back-handspring by yourself.

Advanced Tumbling

Advanced Tumbling takes the basics and focuses on developing multiple back-handsprings and the round-off back-handspring, as well as stand back-tucks, round-off back-handpspring back-tuck, layouts, half and fulls. Goal: Round-off back-handspring back-tuck

Developmental Programs

At IEGA there area variety of competitive options for athletes who wish to take their gymnastics experience to a higher level. Gymnasts showing an aptitude and a keen interest in the port are invited to an evaluation for appropriate placement in the competitive program. We believe in a positive environment, which allows athletes to grow to their fullest potential. We feel that it is not necessarily natural ability or "talent", which is important for success, but an athlete's desire and their willingness to put forth 100%, which helps them to achieve their goals. We stress dedication and an aggressive work ethic, but understand that an athlete must enjoy the sport of gymnastics so that they can fully appreciate the benefits.

Women's USAG

Women's Pre Team

This is our developmental level for competitive gymnastics at Inland Empire Gymnastics Academy and participation is by invitation only. Gymnasts at this level train 2 days per week and remain in Pre Team until they are ready to compete USAG Level 2, which is determined by the team coaches.

Women's USAG Level 2

Level 2 is the first competitive level of gymnastics within the USAG program. This is a compulsory level. Gymnasts at this level train 3 days per week. Competition for this level requires travel throughout Southern California. The competition season for USAG Level 2 runs from September through November and requires a gymnast to compete in 4-5 meets. Level 2 gymnasts can compete in the Level 2 Championships, if they attend the required number of competitions through the season.

Women's USAG Level 3

Level 3 is the first scored USAG competition level. This is a compulsory level. Gymnasts at the level train three days per week for a total of 9.5 hours per week. There are no makeup classes for missed workouts. Competition for this level involves travel throughout Southern California. The competition season for USAG compulsory levels runs from September through November and requires a gymnast to attend six to seven meets. Level 3 gymnasts can compete in the Level 3 State Championships if they attain a qualifying score at Sectionals.

Women's USAG Level 4

Level 4 is the next USAG competition level at IEGA. This is a compulsory level. Gymnasts at the level train four days per week. There are no makeup classes for missed workouts. Competition for this level involves travel throughout Southern California. The competition season for USAG compulsory levels runs from September through November and requires a gymnast to attend six to seven meets. Level 4 gymnasts can compete in the Level 4 State Championships if they attain a qualifying score at Sectionals.

Women's USAG Level 5

Level 5 is a continuation of training in the USAG compulsory level, with slightly more difficult routines and skills. Gymnasts train four to five days per week. There are no makeup classes for missed workouts. Competition for this level involves travel throughout Southern California. The competition season for USAG compulsory levels runs from September through November and requires a gymnast to attend six to seven meets. Level 5 gymnasts can compete in the Level 5 State Championships if they attain a qualifying score at Sectionals.

Women's USAG Level 6

New this year. Level 6 is the "bridge" between compulsory and optional competitive gymnastics, involving travel meets both within and outside of California. This level also requires choreographed routines that are paid for by the gymnast's family. Gymnasts training at level 6 train 5 days per week. There are no makeup classes for missed workouts. The competition season for USAG optional level runs from January through March and requires a gymnast to attend six to seven meets. Level 6 gymnasts can compete in the Level 6 State Championships if they attain a qualifying score during their season.

Women's USAG Level 7

Level 7 is the next optional level of competitive gymnastics, involving travel meets both within and outside of California. This level also requires choreographed routines that are paid for by the gymnast's family. Gymnasts training at level train 5 days per week for a total of 20 hours per week. There are no makeup classes for missed workouts. The competition season for USAG optional level runs from January through March and requires a gymnast to attend six to seven meets. Level 7 gymnasts can compete in the Level 7 State Championships if they attain a qualifying score during their season.

Women's USAG Level 8 - 10

Level 8 - 10 continues optional levels of USAG competitive gymnastics, involving travel meets both within and outside of California. This level also requires choreographed routines that are paid for by the gymnast's family. Gymnasts training at level train 5 - 6 days per week. There are no makeup classes for missed workouts. The competition season for USAG optional level runs from January through March and requires a gymnast to attend six to seven meets. Level 8 - 10 gymnasts can compete in the Level 8 - 10 State Championships if they attain a qualifying score during their season. Gymnasts at this level also have an opportunity to qualify to attend Regionals and 9-10 Westerns.

Men's USAG

Overview

The Junior Olympic Age Group Competition Program consists of seven levels. In levels 4-7, competition is offered in Division I and Division II. Division I provides basic compulsory routines and includes in the routines the opportunity for the talented gymnast to challenge his development and mastery at each level with additional developmental skills (Specified Bonus) that are rewarded with bonus. Division II provides basic compulsory routines that are constructed to encourage participation, promote growth, and provide opportunity for the recreational gymnast to be successful and continue to progress. The basic routines are designed so that they are achievable for the average recreational participant. The first three levels, 4 through 6, provide basic routines for all boys who desire to participate in competitive gymnastics. These exercises start with simple basic skills experienced in IEGA beginner and intermediate classes and progress developmentally with each competitive level.

In levels 8-10, competition is offered in Division Junior Elite and Division Junior Olympic. Division Junior Elite helps to identify those gymnasts that are exceptionally advanced for their age and competitive ability. The Junior Elite division provides opportunities to qualify to the USA National Team through Elite Compulsory and Optional routines. Division Junior Olympic provides opportunity for recognition of gymnastics talent up to the national level which culminates at the Junior Olympic National Championships.

LEVEL 4 (Division I and II)

Level 4 is the first competitive level of gymnastics within the USAG Men’s Program. This is a compulsory level. Gymnasts at this level train 3 hours / 2 days per week. Competition for this level requires travel within and outside of California. The competition season for USAG Level 4 runs from December through March and requires up to 5 meets. USAG Level 4 is an achievement based level and all gymnasts are awarded colored ribbons to represent their range of score.

Level 5 (Division I and II)

Level 5 is the first scored USAG competition level. This is a compulsory level. Gymnasts at this level train 3 hours / 3-4 days per week (9-12 hours). No makeup practices for missed workouts. Competition for this level requires travel within and outside of California. The competition season for USAG Level 5 runs from December through April and requires up to 7 meets. Level 5 gymnasts must qualify from Conference Championships to compete at State Championships and Regional Championships.

Level 6 (Division I and II)

Level 6 is the next USAG competition level. This is a compulsory level. Gymnasts at this level train 3 hours / 3-4 days per week (9-12 hours). No makeup practices for missed workouts. Competition for this level requires travel within and outside of California. The competition season for USAG Level 6 runs from December through April and requires up to 7 meets. Level 6 gymnasts must qualify from Conference Championships to compete at State Championships and Regional Championships.

Level 7 (Division I and II)

Level 7 is the next USAG competition level. This is a compulsory level. Gymnasts at this level train 3 hours / 4-5 days per week (12-15 hours). No makeup practices for missed workouts. Competition for this level requires travel within and outside of California. The competition season for USAG Level 7 runs from December through April and requires up to 7 meets. Level 7 gymnasts must qualify from Conference Championships to compete at State Championships and Regional Championships.

The compulsory Level 7 is designed to encourage and prepare the gymnast for the transition from compulsory to optional routines at an appropriate age by providing skill direction and combinations which can be used as the basis for entry level optional routines. These routines help the gymnast to understand how to construct an optional routine that will fulfill the requirements of the Junior Olympic optional program.

Level JD [Junior Developmental]

Level JD is the “bridge” level between compulsory and optional competitive gymnastics. Gymnasts at this level design routines to maximize their skill difficulty while minimizing their routine deductions. This level allows for those gymnasts that may have started gymnastics at an older age (12- 18 years old) a chance to compete. Gymnasts at this level train 3 hours / 5 days per week (15 hours). No makeup practices for missed workouts. Competition for this level requires travel within and outside of California. The competition season for USAG Level JD runs from December through April and requires up to 7 meets. Level JD gymnasts must qualify from Conference Championships to compete at State Championships and Regional Championships.

LEVEL 8-10 (Division Junior Elite, Division Junior Olympic)

Level 8 - 10 continues optional levels of USAG competitive gymnastics, involving travel meets both within and outside of California. Gymnasts at this level train 3 hours / 5 days per week (15 hours). No makeup practices for missed workouts. Competition for this level requires travel within and outside of California. The competition season for USAG Level 8-10 runs from December through May and requires up to 8 meets. Level 8-10 gymnasts must qualify from Conference Championships to compete at State / Regional / National Championships.

Check out our some of our USAG Men's Team accomplishments.

IGC

Copper

This is the first competitive level in the USAIGC program for athletes with no prior competitive gymnastics experience. Gymnasts train 2 days per week at the Copper. Competition for this level involves travel throughout Southern California. The competition season for USAIGC in California runs from March through June, concluding with USAIGC Nationals. USAIGC gymnasts attend 5-6 meets a season, and Copper gymnasts can qualify to compete at USAIGC West Coast Championships and/or USAIGC Nationals if they attain the qualifying score. Gymnasts generally spend at least two years at the Copper Level.

Bronze

This USAIGC level is for gymnasts that usually have at least two years of previous competitive experience and are able to perform strong foundational gymnastic skills such as round off back handsprings and front handsprings over the vault table. Gymnasts train 3 days per week at the Bronze. Competition for this level involves travel throughout Southern California. The competition season for USAIGC in California runs from March through June, concluding with USAIGC Nationals. USAIGC gymnasts attend 5-6 meets a season and Bronze gymnasts can qualify to compete at USAIGC West Coast Championships and/or USAIGC Nationals if they attain the qualifying score. Gymnasts generally spend at least two-three years at the Bronze Level.

Silver

This is the third level in the USAIGC Competitive Program and athletes at this level train 3-4 days per week. Competition for this level involves travel throughout Southern California. The competition season for USAIGC in California runs from March through June, concluding with USAIGC Nationals. USAIGC gymnasts attend 5-6 meets a season and Silver gymnasts can qualify to compete at USAIGC West Coast Championships and/or USAIGC Nationals if they attain the qualifying score.

Gold

This is the fourth level in the USAIGC Competitive Program and athletes at this level train 4 days per week. Competition for this level involves travel throughout Southern California, and sometimes out of state. The competition season for USAIGC in California runs from March through June, concluding with USAIGC Nationals. USAIGC gymnasts attend 5-6 meets a season and Gold gymnasts can qualify to compete at USAIGC West Coast Championships and/or USAIGC Nationals if they attain the qualifying score.

Power TeamGym is our neweset competitive program. It is TEAM sport for both girls & boys where athletes compete in groups of 6–14 on two events – Floor and Jump. Floor is a group choreographed floor routine that demonstrates gymnastics, balancing & tumbling skills. Jump consists of three group passes that includes vault, tumbling & mini-tramp.

For this program, your athlete simply comes to his or her regular weekly gymnastics or tumbling class, plus a periodic Saturday practice to learn and perfect their “group” floor and jump routines. These routines will be performed at 3 or 4 competitions during winter at local gyms. Power TeamGym is for boys and girls ages 6-13.

Job Openings

We're hiring! We are looking for very energetic, positive and qualified coaches. Good spotting skills is a must, as is personal responsibility and dependability. While many positions are part time, several positions could be combined for a full-time position for the right candidate.

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