The Future Begins Now
We are open!
Class schedule & times have changed for the safety of our gymnastic families.
We are working hard to keep our customers safe!
We are using a disinfectant fogger machine daily over the entire gym! We have also reduced the number kids per class and staggered our class times to reduce the amount people entering and exiting our facility at one time.
We heavily recommend that only ONE PARENT per family come into building as there will be very limited seating due to the 6-foot social distancing guidelines that are still in place. We require all non-participants to WEAR FACIAL COVERINGS (per the Governor's executive mandate) to further keep any possible spread from happening. Students will not be required as they are participating in strenuous activity.
We will also require our students to sanitize before and after class. Our water fountain will continue to be shut off, bottled water is available for $1 in our refrigerator.
Our coaches will be required to wear facial masks when interacting within the 6 foot space of the students and use sanitizer before and after class. We will, however, spot when needed. There are some skills that can only be safely taught with physical help from the coaches.
Students will be encouraged to social distance through assigned stations and assigned places to stand and stretch. Just please understand the younger the child the more difficult that will be.
Class Coach Wanted
Looking for Part-Time Class Coach
If you have the love of gymnastics and love of kids...
We are looking for enthusiastic & fun personalities to become part of our Kokomotion staff & family.
No coaching experience necessary. We will train you. Gymnastics or tumbling experience is a plus, but more important is the ability to connect and work with children. Wages are tied to your level of staff training with a clear ladder of how to advance.
We are currently looking for coaches to teach on Tuesday and/or Thursday evenings.
A Positive Approach
We believe that a positive approach to coaching serves the most good.
In the Beginning
It all began with Keith Spaulding teaching gymnastics out of his garage in 1978. Two years later he named it Kokomotion.
“When you've got something to prove, there is nothing greater than a challenge!"