GYMagine Gymnastics is open regular hours today. If the Mukilteo Schools close due to incremental weather we will also be closed.
GYMagine Gymnastics is open regular hours today.
Gymagine typically only closes for weather related issues when the Mukiliteo School District also closes.
GYMagine Gymnastics is one of the
in Washington for:
-student to coach ratios
Typical Class Student/Coach Ratios
Parent Assisted Classes : 6:1
Preschool Classes: 6:1
Boys Grade School Classes: 6:1
Girls Grade School Classes: 7:1
Intermediate-Advanced Classes: 7:1
Shop around and compare, you will see there is NO COMPARISON!
Flipping Mukilteo Since 1994
Our purpose is to teach our students to pursue an active lifestyle that builds self-confidence and healthy and happy bodies. Our cooperative teaching style allows us to work with our students to help guide them toward their gymnastics and fitness goals.
Our facility and equipment are designed to provide a safe and enjoyable learning environment for all our students. We have Olympic-sized equipment as well as specially made preschool-sized equipment. Our 14,000 square foot facility includes in-ground trampolines and a large foam-filled landing pit. A parent viewing area is provided so that parents may share in their child's gymnastics experience.
Our teachers provide supportive guidance to help build the self-esteem of our students. Students and parents can depend on our experienced and safety-conscious staff for high-quality gymnastics. All our staff are professionally trained by GYMagine and receive background checks, and they must be certified by GYMCERT, the #1 online certification program in the USA.
Owner, Kelly Donyes, has been teaching gymnastics to children of all ages since 1976. He is extremely enthusiastic and an excellent motivator. Kelly holds a Physical Education degree from Seattle Pacific University. He was a National Safety Instructor for USA Gymnastics and is on the board for GYMCERT as a safety and education contributor (www.gymcert.com).
All of the programs have specially designed curriculums that offer sequenced gymnastic activities. These activities contribute to the development of students' upper body and abdominal strength, coordination, and overall fitness, which is lacking in many American children today. In addition, children gain self-confidence as they progress at their own pace in a fun, safe, and stimulating environment.(www.gymcert.com).