Best Gymnastics Classes in the Bay Area

These Gymnastics Classes were voted the Bay Area’s 2023 Best of the Best by Bay Area Parent readers.

These Gymnastics Classes were voted the Bay Area’s 2023 Best of the Best by Bay Area Parent readers. Read the full list of winners here.

Silicon Valley

Gold: TRS Gymnastics. This is a recreational gymnastics program for girls ages 5 to 12 focusing on sound fundamental gymnastics while also teaching leadership skills and lessons. Stanford. trsgymnastics.com

Silver: Airborne Gymnastics. Santa Clara. airborne-gymnastics.com

Bronze: Gold Star Gymnastics. Sunnyvale. goldstargym.com

Bronze: The Little Gym. Multiple locations. Thelittlegym.com

Peninsula

Gold:  Gymtowne. Offers the complete Programs of USA Gymnastics (USAG) and the National Gymnastics Association (NGA) along with recreation activity classes and birthday parties. Competitive teams are available for Levels Four and up. South San Francisco. gymtowne.com

Silver: Peninsula Gymnastics. San Mateo and San Carlos. peninsulagym.com

Bronze: Bayshore Elite. Redwood City. bayshoreelite.com

 

San Francisco/Marin

Gold: AcroSports. This nonprofit provides classes in acrobatics and circus arts for all ages and levels. San Francisco. acrosports.org

Silver: San Francisco Gymnastics. San Francisco. sanfranciscogymnastics.com

Bronze: Circus Center. San Francisco. circuscenter.org

Bronze: Marin Elite Gymnastics Academy (MEGA). San Rafael. megagymnastics.com

 

East Bay

Gold: Golden Bears Youth Gymnastics. Berkeley. Offers weekly recreational classes for ages 14 months to 18 years, a competitive team, private lessons and a gymnastics camp. recsports.berkeley.edu/youth-programs/year-round-programs/gymnastics    

Silver: Diablo Gymnastics. San Ramon. diablogym.net

Bronze: Liberty Gymnastics Training Center. Concord. libertygymtrainingcenter.com      

 

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