Fast, Fun & Fantastic

Weston Aerobic Gymnastics Club was founded by Debbie Saunders and is the leading gymnastics club in Weston-super-Mare.

Based just outside the town center of Weston-super-Mare, the club is run for the enjoyment of gymnasts at any level, fully supported by British Gymnastics, with DBS checked coaches who form part of the British Squad.

Weston Aerobic Gymnastics offers gymnasts of all ages and abilities equal opportunities to succeed at all levels, including the very highest international standard, in a safe, dynamic and positive environment. The family run club has expert team GB coaches, a Performance sprung floor, multiple training rooms and a great club atmosphere for all.

A winning Team

The club has a record of excellence, winning medals at regional, national and international championships. With eight gymnasts currently part of the British Squad and two national coaches working at the club our commitment to excellence is evident and contagious. 

Our Club is home to some of Britain’s finest young talent from the world of Aerobic gymnastics. Elite coaching from International level coaches with years of experience.

Gymnastics For Everyone

Recreational gymnastics classes for all ages and all abilities. From the age of two upwards, there is something for everybody!

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About Aerobic Gymnastics

Aerobic gymnastics is a competitive sport originating from traditional aerobics in which complex, high-intensity movement patterns and elements of varying difficulty are performed to music. In addition to aerobics, it combines elements of acrobatic gymnastics, rhythmic gymnastics and often artistic gymnastics along with music, dance and choreography.

There are 2 sets of rules for gymnasts performing, depending on their level for National and regional level they use the British Gymnastics Code and for International level code from FIG

Performing Aerobic Gymnastics

  • The performance area is 7 metres (23 ft) square for juniors or 10 metres (33 ft) square for adults and for aero dance. Performers fit into divisions: junior divisions, made up of primary and secondary teams; novice divisions, including individual men and women; intermediate divisions made up of individual men and women, mixed pairs and trios; and elite divisions including individual men and women, mixed pairs and trios. A three-person team may be made of any combination of men and women in a trio. Step teams and general divisions also exist.

  • In International competition there are 7 different events: Individual Women, Individual Men, Mixed Pairs, Trios, Group (five athletes), Step and Dance (both eight athletes). The last four are regardless of the Genders of the athletes.

  • The performances are made up of the following elements: dynamic strength, static strength, jumps and leaps (power), kicks (dynamic strength), balance and flexibility. The routine must be performed entirely to music. Additionally, a maximum of ten elements from following families are allowed: push-ups, supports and balances/holds, kicks and splits, jumps and leaps. Some movements in other gymnastic sports (sport acrobatics, artistic gymnastics, rhythmic gymnastics, etc.) are now allowed, such as handsprings, handstands, acrobatic flips, and aerial somersaults this is the FIG (International) program.

Class Timetable 2019

From 3 to 83 we welcome anyone who wants to keep fit, train hard and use gymnastics to reach a better level of fitness.

There are a range of classes provided by Weston Aerobic Gymnastics for Juniors & Seniors also Debbie Saunders Workouts for adult fitness classes.

So no matter what level you are at, or would like to be we have a class for everyone.

The specialist discipline of the club is Aerobic Gymnastics, but we also have coaches qualified in tumbling, acrobatics and rhythmic gymnastics

Please keep an eye on our BLOG page for the most up to date information.

If you would like extra sessions in private or groups see our Private Sessions page

Class Timetable for Weston Aerobic Gymnastics

CLASS / DAYMondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturdaySunday
AGE 3+
AGE 7+

The Classes

The specialty discipline of the club is Aerobic Gymnastics, but we have coaches qualified in tumbling, acrobatics and rhythmic gymnastics.

Aerobic gymnastics (also known as Sports Aerobic) is a competitive sport originating from traditional aerobics in which complex, high-intensity movement patterns and elements of varying difficulty are performed to music.

Please keep an eye on our NEWS page for the most up to date information.

If you would like extra sessions in private or groups see our Private Sessions page

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Tiny Tumblers – Age 3, Parent and child [Saturday 9:30am]

£45 per 10 week term

A small gently structured class, for younger children to get all the benefits of a great gymnastics club, while parents assist. See the promo video HERE (Youtube)


Mini Gym Recreational Age 4-7 years [Monday 4pm  / Friday 4pm / Saturday 10am]

£50 per 10 week term – first two trial sessions at £5 each

Teaching young children the fun and safe side of gymnastics, while working their balance, co-ordination, strength, flexibility, power and body awareness. Working towards club competitions and displays. Gymnasts to wear shorts and t-shirt or leotard.


Junior Gym Recreational – Age 7+ [Tuesday 4:30pm / Friday 5pm / Saturday 10:30am]

£45 per ten week term, first two trial sessions at £5 each

For all children who are in gymnastics for fun and fitness. Working towards awards, displays and club competitions. Gymnasts to wear shorts and t-shirt or leotard.


British Gymnastics – Award Scheme [Wednesday 4pm]

£50 a term of 10 weeks

By invitation, for gymnasts over the age of 7 who have potential to progress through the British gymnastics award scheme. It will assist in the progressive development of core skills such as balance, strength, flexibility and co-ordination


British Gymnastics – Introduction  Aerobic Code IAC [Friday 5pm]

£50 a term of 10 weeks

Ideal for 7+ gymnasts, but suitable for all ages, Introductory Aerobics incorporates flexibility, strength and stamina, and gives gymnasts the opportunity to learn new skills and perform alongside their friends.

A new competition framework, Introductory Aerobic Code (IAC), has also been developed to enable participants to compete alongside their friends in teams of three to six.

Once Completed Gymnasts can be selected for Junior Recreational or Award Squads

See More information from BG Here


Mini Development Squad [Wednesday 4pm]

5 and 6 year old with potential. By invitation only.


Regional Squad (RAC) [Tuesday 5:30pm & Thursdays 4:45pm]

By invitation, for gymnasts that will compete at RAC level Regional competitions. This level is ideal for gymnasts starting their competitive journey, with elements and routines that provide a superb starting point and underpin the next level, NAC, beautifully. The gymnasts compete as individuals, pairs, trios and groups.


Boys Squad [Monday 4pm]

By invitation, for boys we feel would benefit from small group sessions run by British Senior Champions, Matt Saunders and Rhys Williams


The Elite Squad (NAC)  [See Full Timetable HERE]

The NAC gymnasts are those who have shown the ability and attitude to compete at National competitions.It is the next level for gymnasts to compete in, and again has a structure that allows gymnasts of all ages to compete, either as individuals or part of  a pair, trio or group, under the same rules as the FIG gymnasts but with slightly lower elements and no compulsory moves, with the NAC cup going to the gymnast at the British Championship with the highest score.


The FIG gymnasts

(International Federation of Gymnastics) [See Full Timetable HERE]

These have been chosen by British Gymnastics to compete at International level. This means that gymnasts compete under the same rules used internationally, and each age group has its own compulsories that have been used to develop the gymnasts’ skills. A compulsory from each skill family means that the gymnasts must train all parts of fitness in order to progress through the age groups and show flexibility, power, dynamic strength and static strength and at the same time show terrific fitness, control and choreographic skills.

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