Do I need to register or book my class beforehand?

Yes. Booking into a class will reserve your spot in the class. If you do not book and the class fills up, you will be unable to join in with the class unless someone cancels.

You can sign up to classes from the timetable here.

  • Available classes will have a Sign Up button
  • If you have not logged in, you will be prompted to do so
  • If you do not have any class credits or sessions available to use, you will be prompted to purchase valid credit

Where are your classes and venues?

We are currently operating at the Sleeman Sports Complex (Chandler) and the Indoor Sports Centre (Spring Hill, on Brisbane Boys Grammar School campus) venue.

Check out urbangymnastics.com.au/venues for a list of our current classes at each venue, as well as location and parking information.

When are the classes?

A live timetable is available at urbangymnastics.com.au/timetable. We do not run classes on public holidays (unless advertised).

A general overview of our classes is as follows:

Strength and tumbling classes

Sleeman Sports Complex (Chandler)

  • Monday, 7.15pm to 9.15pm
  • Wednesday, 7.15pm to 9.15pm

Indoor Sports Centre (Spring Hill)

  • Tuesday, 7pm to 9pm
  • Thursday, 7pm to 9pm

Gymnastics apparatus classes

Indoor Sports Centre (Spring Hill)

  • Monday, 7pm to 9pm

Stretching & Flexibility

Indoor Sports Centre (Spring Hill)

  • Monday, 7pm to 8.30pm

I'm very unfit/old. Should I come to class?

Absolutely. We have people in their forties and older attend classes and enjoy themselves, as well as people who are unfit. You may have some initial difficulty with classes as you adjust to training. Turning up to training is half the battle; the more you train, the fitter you'll be.

I have no experience with gymnastics/I am a beginner. Can I still attend?

We've designed Urban Gymnastics with all skill levels in mind, for all of our classes. We have people from all walks of life (and experience), so you will fit right in.

While we coach and train with current and ex-gymnasts, circus troupes, dancers, breakdancers, pole dancers, cheerleaders, and many other performers, we also have builders, lawyers, electricians, IT professionals, secretaries, and anything in between.