Casper Gymnastics Center FAQ

General FAQ's

Registration is all online!  Check out our Live Classes to see what options we currently have available. If you know what class you want you can Register NOW or click on the “Enroll Now” button at the top of the website.

As of August 2021, we are requiring families to have a debit/credit card on file and will automatically charge monthly tuition on the first of every month.

We also will accept cash and check payments before the 1st of the month.

Gymnasts are required to wear a well-fitting one-piece leotard (or biketard) that covers their entire torso and will not fall over their head when they are upside down.  Tight spandex shorts/leggings are allowed, but loose-fitting shorts should be avoided as they can get wrapped up around the equipment and cause injuries.

Foot coverings are not allowed.​

Ninjas are required to wear shorts and shirts that are well-fitting and allow full range of motion.  Bare feet are preferred but grip socks, which are available for purchase, may be worn.  Socks without grip bottoms and shoes of any kind are not permitted.

Absolutely nothing with buttons, snaps, or zippers will be allowed as they can damage our equipment and are uncomfortable to move in.

Hair that is shoulder length, or longer, needs to be secured away from their face.  It is recommended that hair long enough to reach the shoulders while in a ponytail be pulled into a bun or looped up in order to prevent it from getting caught under hands, feet, or in the equipment.

We sell Ninja Zone T-shirts & grip socks, along with a variety of leotards and spandex shorts if you can’t find what you need at a department store.

Classes are year-round! Sign up anytime!

Casper Gymnastics Center positively impacts youth through recreational and competitive classes that promote teamwork, build character, and instill confidence. Casper Gymnastics Center qualifies as for the USA Gymnastics Member Club because we hold liability insurance and stand by our positive mission statement. It’s. most important to follow the code of ethics and as a member of USA Gymnastics we agree to follow the USA Gymnastics Participant Welfare Policy

All of our coaches are certified through USA Gymnastics and must pass a detailed background check.

We have a designated seating area for parents and non-participating children to sit and watch their young aspiring gymnasts/ninjas or siblings.​

We also have the capability to live stream our classes to your phone or computer through SpotTV.

We average a gymnast/ninja to coach ratio of 8:1.

  • Develops coordination
  • Develops flexibility
  • Develops strength and power
  • Improves listening skills and following directions
  • Improves self-esteem and confidence
  • Provides social interaction with peers
  • Teaches goal setting
  • Develops cognitive abilities to help in the classroom
  • Develops skills to enhance other sports
  • It’s fun and a great exercise!

Competitive Team FAQ's

  • Tryouts are done yearly in April and are for placement of NEW team members – everyone who wants to be on our competitive team will have a place
  • You can register HERE. (Registration opens from March 10th to April 4th, 2024)
  • Tuition – based off of level (the more advanced the more time in the gym)
  • Uniforms ~$200 every 2 years (or when you grow out of your current uniform)
  • Meet Entry Fees – $75-$120 per meet
  • Team Fees – based off of coaches expenses divided by the number of team kids
    • Varies from year to year and is broken into 2-3 payments throughout the year
  • Up to 10 meets will be offered per season including the WY State Championship Meet
  • Try for minimum of 4
  • Mostly around WY
  • Some in surrounding states (MT, SD, CO)
  • Possible 1 further meet a year (CA, NV)
  • June – May (annual commitment)
    • New team groups start in June
    • Competition season is November – March (Regionals for higher levels in late April/early May)

We do multiple fundraisers a year to help offset the costs of uniforms, meet fees, the team banquet, etc.