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Welcome to Inland Empire Gymnastics Academy

“Gymnastics is, without a doubt, one of the most beneficial physical activities children can experience. When the gymnastics program is structured and presented correctly, children realize benefits in the areas of physical fitness, self-esteem, and life skills that can serve them throughout their lives.” -- USA Gymnastics

 

 

Mini Gym Calendar

Upcoming Gym Closure 11/28/2013 - 11/30/2013

 

IEGA Winter Camp more info here

 

Next Early Bird Deadline  9/21/2013

 

Session 10.3 begins 1/18/2014

 

Cheer Basics 1/6/2014  more info here


 

 263 W. Orange Show Lane, San Bernardindo, CA 92408
♦ (909)383-6655 ♦
Directions available click here.


 

         “Gymnastics is, without a doubt, one of the most beneficial physical activities children can experience. When the gymnastics program is structured and presented correctly, children realize benefits in the areas of physical fitness, self-esteem, and life skills that can serve them throughout their lives.”;
-- USA Gymnastics

At Inland Empire Gymnastics Academy our mission is to offer a safe, fun and healthy gymnastics experience by providing high quality instruction in an atmosphere that promotes positive self-esteem and encourages the "habit" of lifelong physical fitness. Our Classes positively affect children in many physical ways including coordination, agility, endurance, strength, balance, and motor skills development.

At Inland Empire Gymnastics Academy, you will also find coaches who are enthusiastic and teach with a positive attitude, helping to develop your child's self-confidence and sense of achievement.


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