ACRO – Acrobatic Gymnastics

Acrobatic Gymnastics is a spectacular Gymsport for athletes who want to share the thrill of performing balances, flips and twists with their friends. While other gymnasts might handstand on the bars or beam, acrobats find themselves balancing on their teammate’s feet, hands or shoulders. With roles as tops, middles or bases, there is a place for everyone in Acrobatic Gymnastics.

ACRO Squad Information Handbook

More information about ACRO can be found here .

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Benefits of Acrobatics:

  • Is the perfect team based sport for people of all ages and abilities
  • Enhances balance, co-ordination and agility
  • Develops posture and confident body movement, including the ability to land safely
  • Challenges the mind and body to courageously reach new goals
  • Builds strength, flexibility and power

Acrobatic Gymnastics is an expressive, dynamic and spectacular sport for females and males; combining power and poise, with grace and beauty. This dynamic and spirited sport builds confidence and camaraderie amongst participants.

Acrobatic Gymnastics has a Level 1 – 10 Program in Australia. This is decided by ability and maturity not age, which is no barrier for Acrobatics.  Acrobatics is also competed internationally and we run the corresponding age groups in Australia.  There are 5 different group/pair types to perform in.

There are three types of competitive routines L1-7 have a Balance and a Dynamic routine and L8+ have Balance, Dynamic and Combined routines.  All routines are choreographed to music and take place on a 12m x 12m sprung floor area.

Balance – artful demonstrations of strength, balance, flexibility and agility

Dynamic – showing flight from throws, boosts, pitches and catches

Combined – elements from the balance and dynamic routines

Group / Pair Types:

Pairs – Women’s Pairs, Men’s Pairs, Mixed Pairs (Male base, female top)

Groups – Women’s Trio and Men’s Four

Here at Nunawading, we offer a junior class for levels 0-2 that train 1.5 hours per week, an intermediate class for level 3 that trains 2.5 hours per week and a Senior ACRO squad that trains up to 10 hours per week across three training sessions. These classes train multiple levels from 4 – 10.