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We are a family-friendly gymnastics club

At Toronto Premier Gymnastics, we care about you and your child. We want your child’s gymnastics experience to be magical. Our instructor to child ratio is one of the lowest in Toronto and we make ourselves available to you and your child.

We get excited about the potential we see in our young athletes and want to work with them to make sure they are moving at a pace that is suitable for their age and skill level. We want our children to succeed but not at the expense of having to give up being kids!

As a proud member Club of Gymnastics Ontario, our certified and experienced coaches, along with our properly structured equipment, ensure your child will enjoy our fun, safe, and well-disciplined programs. We serve all areas of Riverdale, Leslieville, Rosedale, Chinatown East, Cabbagetown, Leaside, Midtown, North York, Scarborough and the downtown core.

Toronto Premier Gymnastics was founded in 1995. Our first home was in the Boys and Girls Kiwanis Club in Cabbagetown. Our second, and current home, is at the Metropolitan Community Church. This gym (our “Simpson” location) is located one block Northeast of Broadview & Gerrard Avenues. Our Simpson location offers Parent & Tot and KinderGym classes as well as Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced Recreational classes.

In August 2011 we opened a second, facility located Southeast of the DVP and Lawrence (the location formerly know as our “Railside” location, which is now closed).

In December 2021 we moved to a new 10,000 square foot facility, our “Main” location, on Birchmount Ave (just South of Lawrence). . This facility houses our Competitive Programs for Artistic Gymnastics and Power Tumbling as well as offering a large variety of Parent & Tot, Kindergym, Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced Recreational classes.


My 6 year old daughter is in the Mini Pre-Competitive program at Toronto Premier Gymnastics and it has done wonders for her self confidence. She had a severe health issue 3 years ago that made her self-conscious among her peers. Learning to be good at something that is so technically challenging has made her self esteem soar.

Angie Caunce, mother of 2