Pre Squad

Pre-Squad is a unisex structured foundational program aimed at preparing children for a competitive gymnastics pathway. It is an invitational program aimed at teaching children the fundamental basics of gymnastics required for WAG, MAG and gymstar or magstar competitive programs.

Gymstar Levels 2-10

Gymstar is a unisex invitational  recreational competitive program. It allows recreational gymnasts to participate in competitions that are structured, fun, positive and supportive. It involves competing on both MAG and WAG apparatus including the Vault, Bars, Beam, Floor, Rings and Parallel Bars making it inclusive for both girls and boys. It requires a lower level of commitment from athletes and families, training a maximum of 4 hours per week. Gymstar follows a state skill curriculum that is flexible and adaptable to all ages and abilities. 

Australian Levels Program MAG Level 1-10

The Gymsport of Men's Artistic Gymnastics is a sport of strength, power and control. It involves six apparatus Floor, Pommel  Horse, Rings, Vault, Parallel Bars and Horizontal Bars. At Melbourne Gymnastics Centre, MAG is an invitational program aimed at  increasing confidence, instilling discipline, building character and developing athletes aspiring to compete at a state and or national level. This pathway requires a higher level of commitment from the athletes and families (i.e. training hours between 5-12+  hour/week, mandatory competitions and learning complex skills/routines).  MAG follows a national skill curriculum, parallel program and is an overall higher level of gymnastics.

Australian Levels Program WAG Level 1-7

The Gymsport of Women's Artistic Gymnastics is a sport of elegance, precision, power and control. It involves four apparatus including the Vault, Bars, Beam and Floor.  At Melbourne Gymnastics Centre, WAG  is an invitational program aimed at nurturing and developing athletes aspiring to compete at a state and or national level. This pathway requires a higher level of commitment from the athletes and families (i.e. training hours between 5-12+  hour/week, mandatory competitions and learning complex skills/routines). WAG follows a national skill curriculum, parallel program and is an overall higher level of gymnastics.