Last update: August 11 9:30 AM
The facilities of the Multisports Center are partially open, but are not open to the public. The Club has been operating day camps and competitive courses since June 22.
The main gymnasium of the Multisports center is now open.
The Club is proud to strictly comply with the Laws and standards, including the Consumer Protection Act. This is why our cancellation and refund policies are summarized as follows:
The session will last 11 sessions, from Monday September 14 to Sunday December 6.
By registering now for the free priority pass, you will receive hearing dates by email when they are available, following government decisions regarding sports in Quebec. In addition, we will ensure that you have priority over the choice of audition schedule.
The safety of athletes, parents and staff is a priority for the Club. Here is a list of the measures that will be implemented in order to be able to offer courses in a safe manner, when we have authorization from Public Health:
Since the start of confinement, the Club has offered a series of training sessions, challenges and capsules that you can consult at any time.
For summer competitive and precompetitive training:
Currently not. We have to start with the current parameters for several reasons, in particular in order to follow the recommendations of public health and the sports federation. We have formed groups of 6 athletes to facilitate training, disinfection of equipment and circulation in the gymnasium. With the relaxation of the measures, we may be able to reassess the groups.
For the day camp:
If you would like to make a special request for your child’s group, please contact LiseAnn Bellefeuille (email@example.com) no later than the Tuesday before your child’s arrival at camp.
For summer competitive and pre-competitive training:
The coaching team consulted to group the athletes into groups with similar skills. Again, changes may possibly be made during the summer, depending on the relaxation of measures by the public health department.
For the day camp:
Children are matched according to age groups. We take into account special requests such as respecting siblings, but the request must be made at most on the Tuesday preceding the start of the activity.
Gymnastics Quebec’s recommendation is to proceed with a gradual return. According to the documentation presented by the experts, it is expected that it may take up to 8 weeks before regaining physical strength to the “before COVID” state. All athletes must submit to this gradual return.
The list of compulsory individual equipment is compulsory for all athletes in the competitive and pre-competitive gymnastics section in order to regain form. The equipment will be used during indoor training, via zoom and in training programs via the mobile application. Individual work will be encouraged in order to gradually regain strength. Gymini will not be able to lend equipment in order to comply, once again, with the sanitary measures imposed by public health.
To consult the list of equipment, click here: “My training bag”
Of course! These are only examples to guide you in your research. In no case will you be asked for these specific items!
Elastics: https://bit.ly/37UaJEM and https://bit.ly/31e396z
Ankle weight: we recommend between 0.5lbs and 1lbs
Stick: stick wider than the shoulders allowing a good grip. A broomstick can do the trick.
As with any activity, it is not mandatory to be present. We will try to offer more time slots over the weeks, perhaps a subscription may suit you with time slots that match your schedule. Stay tuned!
In the competitive and precompetitive gymnastics sector:
It will likely be possible to re-enter the competitive sector in the fall, as long as availability and space allow. It should be noted however that your child will have to submit to the gradual return of 8 weeks, as required by Gymnastics Quebec.
In the competitive and precompetitive cheerleading sector:
It will likely be possible to re-enter the competitive sector in the fall, as long as availability and space allow. Note, however, that priority will be offered first to members registered in the summer of 2020. To join a training group, contact Vanessa Ringuette (firstname.lastname@example.org).
In the recreational sector:
We will be delighted to see you next September! Stay tuned for registrations for the fall session!
In order to comply with the instructions of the Department of Public Health, here is a reminder of several important information, but please read and understand the long version of the external stimulus plan and the internal stimulus plan before the first lesson: