Unlimited Attendance Guidelines
With My Gym offering unlimited attendance for only $35 more per session, we'd like to take a moment to tell you how Unlimited Classes work.
Signing up for Unlimited Classes
We do require a minimum of 24 hours notice for you to attend an Unlimited Class. The reason for this is that sometimes, classes might be full; other times, classes might appear on the Summer schedule but not have started for the Summer, yet. In either case, we don't want you to waste your time and your trip, so make sure you let us know ahead of time!
The easiest way to sign up for an Unlimited Class is online. Once you're logged into your account, you can schedule one Unlimited class at a time. Please note that you'll need to wait for one class to end in order to sign up for the next online!
You can also sign up with us at the gym, either before or after your current class. You can schedule up to one week's worth of Unlimited Classes this way!
Unlimited Classes and Make-Ups
While you're enrolled in Unlimited Classes, we do not track make-ups or missed classes. Instead, every time you come to an Unlimited Class, it will count as one of your makeups and be automatically marked in the system. If you decide to stop taking Unlimited Classes, of course, any makeups you have that haven't expired will still be there! If you're enrolled in Unlimited attendance, we are unable to allow Siblings to do make-ups for missed classes: normally, this is allowed, but since we have no way to track make-ups while you're doing Unlimited Classes, we simply don't know if you have enough make-up classes to let the Sibling come. Sorry about that!
What classes can I do Unlimited in?
If you are signed up for one of our Gymnastics or Ninja classes, you can do Unlimited classes in any other age-appropriate Gymnastics or Ninja class. Generally, we do not allow children in Gymnastics or Ninja classes to do Unlimited in our Martial Arts program. The Martial Arts classes are building classes: each class builds on what was learned last week. Children who attend sporadically would have difficulty progressing and would constantly be doing the same skills, since they have to master one skill before moving to the next. In turn, children in Martial Arts can usually not do Unlimited in the Gymnastics classes, just to be fair.