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Open Gym - Preschool Drop In - for General Admission (nonmember)

Co-ed at least 1y 6m but less than 6y

You do not need an Ortona membership to participate in our drop in programs. Offered online purchasing for general public nonmembers - guaranteed spot with advance online purchasing. Preschool Open Gym is in the main (large) gymnastics space. Some weeks KinderGym will be available for public use. (Please note this is a non-refundable program offering)

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Reminder to our Open Gym participants:

As per the Alberta Gymnastics Federation’s policy, all drop in participants are obligated to purchase a club membership after 3 or more visits. Those who have attended a drop in program more than 3 times since July 1st of the current membership year (and are not yet members) will be required to purchase an Ortona/AGF Recreational membership before attending any more drop in programs. You can purchase an Ortona Recreational membership online after setting up an account.

Notification of Risk must be completed prior to admittance on the floor for our OPEN GYM PROGRAMS. Notification of Risk form is located on our waivers menu bar located on this page. 

Reminder : Participants including parents that are on the floor supervising without a completed Notification of Risk are not allowed to participate in Open Gym.


Special Requirements for  Preschool Open Gym:

For participants 5 and under participating, a parent/guardian over the age of 18 is required on the floor at arm’s length.

There is no charge for these parents/guardians to be on the floor while supervising their young ones; however, if you are using equipment than we ask you pay at the front. Notification of Risk is required for both participant and supervising parent/guardian.

Please review all facility and open gym rules with your children prior to attending.  Be safe at play.


Gymnastics is a fun-filled, non-contact activity through which children can develop self-confidence, experience a wide variety of challenges and opportunity for social interaction.

Gymnastics helps develop physical literacy in children. The development of these physical tools are needed to take part in activity and sport, both for healthy life-long enjoyment and for sporting success. You’re never too young to gain something positive from the sport of gymnastics.

For full details on Long Term Athlete Development refer to Gymnastics Canada website. We have selected a highlight from each stage. You’re never too young to gain something positive from the sport of gymnastics

 OGC GCG LTAD 1

Long Term Athlete Development (LTAD) taken from Gymnastics Canada
Role of Parents/Guardians in this Stage

  • To introduce participants to a range of activities, provide encouragement and participate in activities such as parent days, shows and parent/child classes.
  • Parents should be prepared to transport participants to activities, and to pay for these activities.
 and for the adults participating:
  Long Term Athlete Development (LTAD) taken from Gymnastics Canada

What does not belong in the Gymnastics For Life Stage

  • Risky exercises or advance skills that require high level of physical preparation.
  • Be aware that inconsistencies of training increases risk factors.
  • Be aware of physical limitations of participants.

There are no prerequisites for this program.

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