Due to changes in the insurance policy maintained by the Alberta Gymnastics Federation (AGF), the AGF has enacted regulations that any recreational athletes training within Alberta clubs will no longer be allowed to use any trampolines during classes as of July 15, 2018.  

This includes the large trampoline or any of the mini-tramps within the Glenmore Club during Glenmore Gymnastics sessions.

As a member club of the AGF, Glenmore is required to comply with these regulations to ensure full and proper insurance coverage for the club as are all other sanctioned clubs within Alberta.  


Recreational Program Coordinator
Anna Marshall

Welcome to the Glenmore Gymnastics Recreation Program!  

We offer both Kindergym (ages 4-5) and CANGYM (ages 6+) programs for fall, winter, spring, and summer sessions.  Our goal with the Recreation Program is to provide a fun and safe environment for children to learn the basics of gymnastics.  Throughout a 10-12 week session, athletes will work on skills that focus on fitness, coordination, and teamwork that will help them excel in gymnastics or any other sport.

We look forward to having you in our program!

June 18th - 1:00 PMPriority Fall 2018 Registration opens for Spring 2018 registrants
June 20th - 1:00 PMFall 2018 Registration opens to general public
July 3rd to August 29thCangym Summer Classes
Tuesdays 4:15pm-6:15pm
Wednedsays 4:15pm-6:15pm
Wednesdays 6:30pm-8:30pm 

Please note: Starting May 25th, 2018 Glenmore Gymnastic Club will no longer be using the ActiveNet registration system.

Alberta Gymnastics Federation and GGC have made the decision to switch to Amilia, the more modern and user-friendly online registration system.

For all future 2018-2019 gymnastics registrations, new accounts must be created. We encourage all parents and participants to create new accounts with the Amilia system as soon as possible. Once your new Amilia account is created, please email the Recreational Coordinator at to ensure your new account has all the required information such as previous badges and outstanding credits from prior sessions.

 Thank you in advance for your patience during this transition time!

 - Glenmore Gymnastic Club


For your child’s safety and comfort, the following gym attire is required:
  • Bare feet are best for grip, however, gym slippers are allowed
  • Body suit or t-shirt and shorts are required (no loosely fitted clothing or bathing suits)
  • NO jewelry of any kind, including watches and necklaces
  • Hair that is longer than the participant’s shoulders must be pulled back
  • Absolutely no zippers, snaps, jeans or dresses


KinderGym classes are for ages 4-5. These classes focuses on the basics of gymnastics.  The athletes will learn the locomotions, shapes, and coordination needed for gymnastics as well as balance, spacial awareness, and body awareness for everyday living. 

There are 5 levels within the Kindergym program.  Children will work on their specific levels within the same class and are individually challenged. Levels are not pass/fail - all children will be presented with a certificate and awarded a ribbon at the end of each session.


The CANGYM program includes four levels (Beginner, IntermediateAdvanced, and Advanced+) of skill progressions based on Gymnastics Canada’s FUN, FITNESS, and FUNDAMENTALS Educational Philosophy, which helps to create a friendly and stimulating environment for all participants.
Each level consists of a specific number of badges for a total of 12 different coloured badges that participants receive upon successful completion of that badge. Within the Beginner level, there is a focus on mastering fundamental movement patterns. Within the Intermediate level, the focus is on mastering fundamental skills on men’s and women’s artistic apparatus, while the Advanced  and Advanced+ level focuses on mastering the identified target skills and completing minor routines.

Beginner Burgundy


Intermediate Bronze

Advanced Blue







Summer recreational classes will run every Tuesday and Wednesday from July 3rd to August 29th. Registration for summer recreational classes must be done in advance but you may register for as many or as few classes as you would like.  There is no minimum or maximum limit to the number of classes taken - allowing total flexibility with your summer schedule.

Summer 2018 fees

CANGYM (ages 6+) Fees: $25.00/per 2 hour class 

** All new applicants must pay a $37.00 Alberta Gymnastics Federation annual fee that covers from July 1 to June 30 each year.
** Fees above do not include processing fee
** Classes may be cancelled due to low enrollment.

Fees listed above do not include additional credit card processing fees


The Fall Session will begin on Monday, September 25th and runs for 11 weeks.

No classes from Monday, October 8th to Saturday, October 13th

Fall 2018 fees

Kindergym (ages 4-5) Fees: $195.00 
CANGYM (ages 6+) Fees: $353.00

** All new applicants must pay a $37.00 Alberta Gymnastics Federation annual fee that covers from July 1 to June 30 each year.
** Fees above do not include processing fee
** Families with three or more children in each session will receive a 20% discount on the lowest registration fee.

** Athletes registering in two or more classes per week in the same session will receive a 20% discount on the second class.
** Classes may be cancelled due to low enrollment.

Fees listed above do not include additional credit card processing fees

For more information on Kindergym classes offered in the Fall 2018 session, please select the link below:

Kindergym ages 4-5

For more information on each of the classes offered for the Fall 2018 session, please select one of the links below:

Cangym Beginner Level
CANGYM Burgundy-Tan ages 6-8
CANGYM Burgundy-Tan ages 8+

Cangym Intermediate level
CANGYM Bronze-Purple ages 6+

Cangym Advanced/Adv+ levels
CANGYM Blue-Silver+  ages 8+

Click here to start the registration process in Amilia.       

Updated July 21, 2018
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