Our Sports

Our sports offer movement opportunities for people of all ages. From pre-school through to adults. Recreational classes through to competitive programmes.

Competitive programmes all culminate in the annual New Zealand Gymnastics Championships via a series of qualifying events up and down the country.

All recreational and competitive programmes are delivered through a wide network of clubs.

Pre-School Programmes

PlayGym is built on the belief that moving and learning together is fun and promotes the development of children into healthy, active and social adults. Learn More

Men's Artistic Gymnastics

Men’s artistic gymnastics (MAG) involves a combination of acrobatics, strength and power across 6 different apparatus. Learn more

Rhythmic Gymnastics

Rhythmic gymnastics (RG) is a culmination of ballet and modern dance, flexibility and musical interpretation. Learn More


Sports Aerobics (AER) is based on the ability to perform continuous complex and high intensity movement patterns to music. Learn More

Gym For All

Globally known as a fundamental movement sport, gymnastics provides the building blocks for all other sports, dance and martial arts. Learn More

Women's Artistic Gymnastics

Women’s artistic gymnastics (WAG) involves a combination of acrobatics, strength and power across 4 different apparatus. Learn More


Trampoline gymnastics (TRA) involves a series of skills performed at thrilling heights, across 4 different disciplines. Learn More

Sports Policies

We promote safe and healthy participation in all of our sports, with the help of policies that all member clubs are required to follow.

Information for Parents – Encouraging Young Athletes

The number one reason children participate in sport is to have fun. Organised sports programmes are increasingly emphasizing winning while the “fun” aspect is being neglected. Research in sport psychology continues to demonstrate that when athletes have fun, they exert more effort. Effort directly influences their physical and psychological development, leading to performance enhancement.

Click here to learn more and explore the Five Tips for Parents to Encourage Young Athletes in Sport by Dr Hayley Perlus.