1131 E. HWY 193

Layton, UT 84041



  • August 22nd - Last day of Summer classes
  • September 2nd - First day of Fall classes
  • August 9th - South Weber Days Parade
  • ​August 15th - Summer Splash Bash

New sessions available this month!

Back Handspring Sessions:                5-10 Yrs :: Wednesday 5:15pm   8-18 Yrs :: Thursday 5:15pm These are four week sessions that focus on the back handspring. Each class will start with a short warm up and the remainder of the time will be used to practice drills and perfect technique. These sessions can be used to obtain your back handspring, perfect your technique or learn additional skills such as round off back handspring or multiple in a row. Price :: $40
​ Adult Technique Session:             All Ages :: Wednesday 7:15pm
This is a four week session that will teach the basics of tumbling technique to beginners and help to further the skills of advanced adult tumblers. This session will not only be great for those wanting to learn or improve tumbling skills, but you will also get the added benefit of a full body work out and stretch. Price :: $35

The first class of these sessions will be held the

week of November 10th and the last class will

be on the week of December 8th. There will be

no class the week of Thanksgiving.

Upcoming dates to know:

Fall registration

  • Dance Tricks

  • Cheer Prep

  • Boys Tricks

  • Recreational Tumbling
  • Competition Tumbling
  • All Star Cheerleading 

Double Mini-trampoline

is a relatively new sport that combines the horizontal run of tumbling with the vertical rebound of trampoline. After a short run, the athlete jumps onto a small two-level trampoline to perform a rebounding trick immediately followed by a dismount element onto a landing mat. Double mini is similar in concept to springboard diving, using a mat instead of water.

Power Tumbling

is performed on elevated spring runways that help tumblers propel themselves higher than a basketball goal as they demonstrate speed, strength and skill while executing a series of acrobatic maneuvers. Top-level contenders will perform explosive somersaults with multiple flips and twists.

All Star Cheerleading

is a competition sport that involves boys and girls performing a 2 minute and 30 second routine composed of tumbling, stunting, pyramids, dance, and cheer segments. This routine is performed and scored against other competitive teams at various local, regional, national, and worldwide competitions.