General Gymnastics for boys and girls

These sessions are age group driven and are instructed by our qualified coaches. Your child will start to learn about the various gymnastic disciplines and moves. When your child is ready, they will get tested to move to the next group. Badges and certificates reward their new achievements and build confidence too.
 16:30 – 17:30 16:30 – 17:45 (4+ / School age to be 5 before September) 16:30 – 17:30  (7+) 16:30 – 17:45 (8+)* 16:30 – 17:30 (Mixed Age) 10:00 – 11:00 (5+)
 17:45 – 18:30 17:30 – 18:45 (6+)  17:30 – 18:45 (6+)*  12:30 – 13:45 (6+)
 18:45 – 19:45 (8+) 18:30 – 19:45 (8+)* 13:30 – 14:45 (8+)

*This session includes a dedicated group for boys.

As your child grows, progresses and gets more confident, they may be selected to train in an Advanced Recreational or Competitive group, which requires more time to perfect the harder skills they are learning. Therefore, classes now get a little longer and the badges harder to achieve, but this is where the self-confidence becomes evident and progress more pronounced. Selection to longer sessions are at the sole discretion of the coaches.

  • The first two sessions are £5.00 each and both are pay as you attend.
  • Thereafter, sessions are on a pay monthly basis at £20.84.
  • Yearly Allegro membership and British Gymnastic Insurance are both then required.
  • Allegro membership £10.
  • British Gymnastic Insurance £17.

Tots Gymnastics

Tots are considered from walking up until full time school.

The classes promote parent-child bonding and social development through exploring the wonders of gymnastics.

This club offers a 45-minute class, in the session the class is split into two different age groups.

 09:30 – 10:1509:30 – 10:1509:30 – 10:1509:30 – 10:1509:15 – 10:15
 10:25 – 11:10 10:25 – 11:1010:25 – 11:10 

Those from walking up to the age of 3
At this stage in your child’s development they will be walking and beginning to explore their environment, they will develop fine motor skills and build stability and strength through play.

Those from 4 or oldest in their school year group

These children will be working towards badges, teamwork, problem solving, enhancing their fine motor skills, strength, flexibility, stamina co-ordination and balance all through play.

Coaches and parents work together, introducing concepts such as taking turns, following directions and working with others. These sessions utilise floor activities with stations, obstacles and more advanced gymnastics equipment such as beams, bars and an air track, all to inspire independence and confidence for you to explore and enjoy together.

  • The first two sessions are £4.10 each and both are pay as you attend.
  • Thereafter, sessions are on a pay monthly basis at £17. (one class a week)
  • Yearly Allegro membership and British Gymnastic Insurance are both then required.
  • Allegro membership £10.
  • British Gymnastic Insurance £13.


This class provides a range of General, Artistic and Freestyle gymnastic activities for young people to choose from each session with our specialist coaches.

FreeG is about total freedom. Combining elements from Martial Arts and stunt performance as well as gymnastics, there are no rules or competitions. You learn the tricks you want to learn, pick the lines you want to pick and express yourself how you want.
FreeG is surprisingly easy to get into. And once you’re hooked it’s almost impossible to stop. You’ll start by getting to grips with some of the basic techniques and jumps. Then it’s over to you. Get creative, set up the walls how you want and challenge your mates to perform ever increasingly amazing tricks!

There is no need to book and you can just turn up on the night. 

19:45 – 20:45

Gymnasts have the option to train on our full range of artistic equipment, or develop their strength, speed, agility and spatial awareness through FreeG.

Cost £5.00 pay as you go, minimum insurance.

Age group from Year 6 10+ through to college. 

Women's Artistic - Competition class

We offer a range of opportunities to members who show the potential and determination to participate in gymnastics at a competitive level. These dedicated members train multiple hours per week with our highly experienced and specialised coaching team.

18:45 – 20:15 18:30 – 20:00 18:30 – 20:0014:30 – 16:00

Women’s artistic gymnastics is an Olympic sport. Girls from the age of 4 years are selected from our gymnastics for All Programme to train, competing from around 6 years of age. Girls gymnastics teaches grace and dance as well as building flexibility and strength. Girls train and compete 4 different apparatus, the Asymmetric Bars, Beam, Floor and Vault.

Child selected by the senior coaches.

Full commitment needed to attend 3 times a week.

  • Monthly basis at £22.92 (one session a week)
  • Yearly Allegro membership and British Gymnastic Insurance are both then required.
  • Allegro membership £10.
  • British Gymnastic Insurance Bronze or Silver dependant on level

Senior Display

Our award-winning senior display team is made up of 25 gymnasts aged 8-16.

17:30 – 19:00

Display team is a fusion between gymnastics and dance. With teamwork and a passion for gymnastics this young group have performed some inspiring pieces over the last 2 years including: The story of Pompeii, read all about it, Michael Jackson tribute, the ice queen and our most recent ‘save the orangutans’ which won best storytelling at one of the biggest gymnastics display events in the UK, Leeds GYMFEST 2020. Our seniors are now hoping to take routines further afield around the country, they love to tell stories and are always striving to improve. Senior display team trains once a week for an hour and a half with senior coach Celine.

Junior Display

Our award-winning junior display team is an inclusive team made up of gymnasts of all ages and abilities, fusing dance and gymnastics.

This class is for any ability from those who can only perform a stretch jump to those who can tumble- no matter what your background is if you want the opportunity to perform keeping it fun as a team, then this is the class for you!

Miss Katie is planning to enter local dance festivals as well as entering the displays in the gymnastic world. There is no pressure to perform in competitions at all so you never have to feel you can’t be part of something fun and new.

16:30 – 18:30

This group love to have fun and perform, some previous pieces include: Trolls, 80’s, Matilda and Colours. This team have also joined the Senior display team for performances such as: the story of Pompeii, Cleopatra and the Michael Jackson tribute. Many gymnasts who have trained in the junior display team have now joined the senior team. Our annual performances include the Humber display festival, GYMFUSION York and Allegro showcases. Junior display team/GYMFUSION train once a week for an hour with Miss Katie (dance coach) and coach Chelsey. This session is open to anyone from Allegro wanting to perform.


This class is for gymnasts who have the basic skills and core strength who would like to learn higher floor skills.
 17:30 – 18:30*
*Please contact us to arrange attending.
Learning back-walks, front-walks, round off’s, flicks and somersaults. This is led by senior coaches to achieve high level skills. Gaining children confidence, strength, flexibility and the courage to try new skills.
  • The first two sessions are £5.00 each and both are pay as you attend.
  • Thereafter, sessions are on a pay monthly basis at £20.84.
  • Yearly Allegro membership and British Gymnastic Insurance are both then required.
  • Allegro membership £10.
  • British Gymnastic Insurance £17.


A fun energetic dance class to suit all abilities. These classes incorporate modern, commercial, ballet, freestyle and stretch.

We are continually learning new routines, which pupils then get the chance to perform in our show Case.

18:15 – 19:15 (Beginner/Junior)
19:15 – 20:15 (Teen/Advanced)


Allegro is the only club to bring Rhythmic gymnastics to this area with the nearest club been nearly 50 miles away. It is a new adventure for Allegro, with Rhythmic coaches to take the classes we are so excited for new beginnings.

Rhythmic Gymnastics is a sport that combines dance and gymnastics with the use of balls, hoops, ribbon, ropes and clubs.

Your feet will glide across the floor, rising and falling with the music, developing flexibility, engaging core muscles, posture, grace and elegance.

With our 2 dedicated coaches both with dance backgrounds they will inspire a fresh sport to the area.

16:30-18:15 with Miss Katie  

19:45-20:45 With Miss Gabby


Please Note: The Monday class with Miss Katie leads into the Dance Sessions.

Team Gym

TeamGym is a team competition for men and women, which includes routines being performed on three pieces of apparatus: floor, trampette and a tumbling track.

17:00 – 18:30  16:30 – 17:30 14:30 – 16:00

New to our programme but will be introduced in 2020.

TeamGym – group gymnastics at its best.

As a natural extension of artistic gymnastics, TeamGym competitions provide a great opportunity for those gymnasts not wishing to take part in all six (men’s artistic) or four (women’s artistic) gymnastics, to work as part of a team.

TeamGym competitions may consist of three categories: women, men and mixed teams. In each of the three categories a team may consist of between 6 to 12 gymnasts.

TeamGym routines require effective teamwork, excellent technique and spectacular acrobatic elements. Training and competitions generate an excellent team spirit amongst gymnasts with routines providing great entertainment and spectacle for participants and spectators.

TeamGym competition has its roots in Scandinavia where it has been a major event for more than 20 years. The Euroteam competition, a recent addition to the European Union of Gymnastics (UEG) calendar, was first held in Finland in 1996 and now takes place in even-numbered years.

Gymnasts taking part in TeamGym competitions will perform routines (programmes) on the following pieces of apparatus:

  • Floor – Teams perform an optional floor routine within a 14 x 20 metre non-sprung floor area. The routine is accompanied by instrumental music and emphasises strong and smooth teamwork and expressive presentation.
    A typical floor routine will consist predominantly of gymnastic elements and meticulous choreography. The choice of elements must suit the level and maturity of the team as well as the music. The aim is good technical performance, fluent and linked movements, and certainty of synchronisation as well as expressive presentation.
  • Trampette – Teams perform a series of somersaults and twists from a trampette, with good streaming (consecutively and close to each other). Part of the trampette series is performed using a vaulting table.
    Again the complete series is performed to music, with each team performing three different rounds. The streaming and complexity of the elements produces some very exciting performances.
  • Tumbling Track – Teams perform a tumbling series on a tumbling track with good streaming. This produces a very dynamic and entertaining performance.
    The series is performed to music. Each team performs three different rounds and each tumbling series must consist of at least three different acrobatic elements, without intermediate steps.
    TeamGym is the perfect way to extend or support the participation of other gymnastics disciplines. It provides a great way to keep in shape and maintain skills and fitness with friends

Men's Artistic

What is Men’s Artistic

Men’s artistic is a disciplined Olympic sport where you will have to master six different pieces of apparatus, each of them different to the other. To do this you will require a combination of strength, endurance, body control, flexibility and co-ordination.

16:30 – 17:45 (8+)
17:30 – 18:45 (6+)
18:30 – 19:45 (8+)

You can get involved in Men’s artistic at any age even if you’ve never done it before. As you start out you will learn core skills and the basic six apparatus, developing your strength and skills.

There are also competitions that you can enter too.

Rebound Class

 16:00 – 18:30

Children with additional needs dedicated rebound coach Eileen who has been working with children and young adults with disabilities for years.

Your child may benefit from rebound therapy if they have poor balance, limited active movement and altered muscle tone. Rebound therapy improves both high and low muscle tone as well as cardiovascular fitness. It is appropriate for children who have a lack of awareness of body position, reduced sensation and problems with posture. It does not matter if your child has a limited ability to communicate as rebound therapy is an enjoyable, stimulating activity that improves self-esteem and confidence. 

 At Allegro our specialist coaches have undergone intensive rebound therapy training and have valuable experience working with children of all ages in order to provide an excellent standard of safe and effective evidence based exercise therapy.

Sessions are every 20 minutes and pre booking is essential. There is no need for BG Insurance for this session as our coaches have their own insurance. Block bookings of 6 weeks is recommended £25. 


Disability Gymnastics involves the coach adapting gymnastics skills to ensure that disabled people can fully access gymnastics and are enabled to take part at the level of their choice.

  13:30 – 15:00 (Disability Adult Class)  11:00 – 11:45
     11:45 – 12:40

We have developed 3 programmes for those with additional needs.

Wednesday afternoon sessions at Allegro for people with disabilities 1.30 to 3pm in a fun safe environment which has just been extended. It is a session to suit all abilities including gymnastics moves, dancing, equipment training and trampolining. It has a sprung floor and matting to make it extra safe, friendly and qualified coaches to offer support and help. This session is all year round not just term time!!

We have our Saturday morning class which is mainly focused for children  and our Rebound session in on a Wednesday evening. We have created an environment to make gymnastics inclusive for everyone no matter the ability.

Over the last 3 years our programme for additional needs has grown and the progress for our gymnasts has been over whelming. As coaches we love gymnastics but, I don’t think we can truly put into words the achievements that are made in this group. With a positive attitude and encouragement our gymnast can achieve anything they want to.


When you think of cheerleading, you think of pom-poms and chanting, right? Well, that’s just one element of modern cheerleading! All-Star cheer is an exciting blend of tumbling, dance and stunts. You will learn how to lift your team-mates into the air, showing off exciting skills and performing routines to music.

16:30-17:30 Fun Cheer

17:30-18:30 Fun Cheer tumble class

  16:30 – 20:00 Competition Cheer 

You will learn how to tumble in time with your team, and eventually you will be flipping across the floor with your cheer team by your side.

We enter competitions and perform at local displays and galas, so you will have plenty of opportunities to show off your skills!

Cheerleading is sassy, energetic and great fun. You’re never alone when you’re part of a cheer team.

We have two days for cheer- Wednesday for athletes who want to just have fun with no pressure of competitions or specific outfits. Friday classes for those who want to take their cheer to the next level and compete with the glitz and glamour of the cheer world, competing locally and nationally.


Brand new to Allegro!

Similarly to gymnastics, there are so many benefits to trampolining. With the practice of this sport, your kid can become stronger, more flexible, disciplined and confident! Its a fun way to keep fit, low impact exercise, stress reliever and great for mental health.

18:45 – 19:45

Block Bookings required.

£25 for 6 weeks – book now to secure your place.


Brand new to Allegro

Tumbling sometimes referred to as power tumbling, is a gymnastic discipline in which participants perform a series of acrobatic skills down a 15 metres sprung track. Each series, known as a pass, comprises of elements in which the athlete jumps, twists and flips placing only their hands and feet on the track. Tumblers are judged on the difficulty and form of their routine. There are both individual and team competitions in the sport.

16:30 – 17:30 (Beginners)
17:30 – 19:00 (Intermediate)
19:00 – 20:30 (Advanced)

Beginners -NDP Club level 1 and 2

This is for any child wanting to learn the art of tumbling this class is ideal. You will learn forward rolls, cartwheels, round offs, backwards rolls and a variety of jumps.  Once the gymnast can complete club level 2 then they will move to the intermediate class under the coaches advice. 

Intermediate  NDP Club level 3 and 4 

In this class the gymnast will learn, Round off half turns, round off flicks, Handsprings and round off flick flick. There are many other moves at this level the gymnast will be working on to achieve the grade.

Advanced NDP National levels 1-5

This class is for the most able, learning a series of multiple flicks and whips, saltos, twisting saltos and various front tumbling elements.  A high level class engaging the gymnast to become the best tumbler they can be. 

Floor and Vault Competition Group

For those gymnasts who would like to compete and represent Allegro around the region for invitational and Yorkshire Competitions.

There are different levels of competitions which would suit most budding gymnasts with the enthusiasm to compete.

16:30 – 18:00 (Lower level floor and vault group)
18:00 – 19:30 (Higher level floor and vault group)

For more information please contact

Level 7 - 4 Piece Competition Group

A more advanced element to compete on 4 pieces (Floor, Vault, Bars and Beam)

This is for gymnasts who want to represent Allegro in competitions performing on all 4 pieces.

12:30 – 14:30

For more information please contact