We are now going through our annual registration process. We will be sending notices out to the schools in which we host programs. We will be setting up a registration night for a program in Liverpool and we will be contacting the families that finished our season with us in the spring at the Hebbville Fire Hall.
Please note: Our Facebook profile has been deleted and we have not been able to log into our original Facebook page. We have contacted Facebook several times since July after we noticed the problem and have no success finding a solution. Any messages that have been sent to us through Facebook since the end of June have most likely not been read and we do not have access to them at this point in time and we consider them lost.
Here is the link to our new Facebook page.... Dynamo Gym Club
Funtastic Gymnastics - The Dynamo Way!

The Dynamo Gym Club is a non-profit organization founded in 1993 as a youth recreational gymnastics club. The Dynamo Gym Club is incorporated with the Registry of Joint Stock Companies, and is a member in good standing with Gymnastics Nova Scotia and Gymnastics Canada.

The Dynamo Gym Club makes an effort to support and increase the awareness of gymnastics in Bridgewater and numerous outreach locations. The Dynamo Gym Club has designed their own style of recreational gymnastics, somewhat different than traditional gymnastic programs. The range of programs allow gymnasts to progress from pre-school through recreational, to performing on a highly skilled Demonstration Team.

The Dynamo Gym Club program is oriented toward fun, the development of confidence and self-esteem in all participants, as well as the learning of skills in a positive manner.

The Dynamo Gym Club program consists predominantly of tumbling skills with the addition of various other gymnastic apparati. The program offers many skills important to your young gymnasts growth such as: Spacial Awareness, Body Awareness, Social Interaction, Balance and Coordination.

Fair Play Coaching Agreement:

I promise to...
1. Encourage my athletes and offer constructive criticism.
2. Encourage my athletes to be good sports.
3. Give every participant a chance to play and learn the skills.
4. Remember that my actions speak louder than my words.