How do I register my child for a gymnastics or ninja class?

You can visit the gym at 3524 Burd Rd., Casper, WY and fill out the registration form there or you can click on the "Register" button at the top or bottom of the website, submit the registration form and Terms and Conditions.   

How do I pay for CGC and/or Ninja classes?

We accept cash, check or credit card.  Payment can be given to the owner Ashlee at the gym.


What should my child wear for class?


Make sure your gymnast comes in with tight, form fitting clothes and hair tied back and no jewelry. We don't want them trying to keep their shirt down or hair out of their eyes while attempting a handstand.  Please no jeans or jean shorts.

If your child is in Ninja Zone, they are required to wear their ninja uniform.

How do I purchase the Ninja Zone Uniform?


Mouse over the "Ninja Zone" header on the website, select "Threads N' Digs," select the appropriate size, "Add to Cart," either "Register an Account" or "Checkout as Guest," fill in the appropriate information, make sure to select "Casper Gymnastics Center" in the "Gym Name" dropdown menu, fill in the shipping and payment information then your purchase is complete!

What are your term dates?


Classes are year round! Sign up anytime!

Why choose a USA Gymnastics Member Club over a club that is not ?

To be a USA Gymnastics Member Club, the club must have liability insurance, a positive mission statement, follow the code of ethics and agree to follow the USA Gymnastics Participant Welfare Policy.

Are your teachers qualified?

All of our coaches are certified through USA Gymnastics and must pass a detailed background check.


Can parents watch?


We have a designated seating area for parents and non-participating children to sit and watch their young aspiring gymnasts/ninjas or siblings.


What is your ratio of children to coaches?


We average a gymnast/ninja to coach ratio of 8:1.

What are some of the benefits of enrolling my child in a gymnastics/ninja class?
  • Develops coordination

  • Develops flexibility

  • Develops strength and power

  • Improves listening skills and following directions

  • Improves self-esteem and confidence

  • Provides social interaction with peers

  • Teaches goal setting

  • Develops cognitive abilities to help in the classroom

  • Develops skills to enhance other sports

  • It’s fun and a great exercise!