Open Gym (Ages 13+)
Laws of Motion provides open gym time where all of the equipment is available for free use. Check schedule for current time slot. Anyone interested can pay per session, or for a monthly pass.
What is Open Gym?
Open Gym provides athletes of all skill levels to come in and train a variety of Gymnastics equipment at their own pace. There is no structured class environment although coaches are available on site to help you achieve your own personal goals. During Open Gym times, you can expect to have access to a variety of equipment including: Sprung gymnastics floors, Trampolines, a 40 foot tumble track, Rings, and a variety of Parkour blocks and structures. Each Open gym night has a theme associated to it, although everyone is welcome each night.
Mondays 9:00-11:00pm (Ages 13 plus) – Flexibility workshop from 9:00-9:45 with coach Bronwyn
Bronwyn studied ballet at the Royal Winnipeg Ballet School and the National Ballet School before a knee injury at age 16, followed by 2 knee surgeries which sidelined a dance career. After returning home, she was not ready to give up and continued to dance and compete locally. From 9:00-9:45pm Bronwyn runs a flexibility workshop each Monday. We also lower four sets of Aerial Silks along with Lyra hoops for those interested in learning some amazing circus skills.
Wednesdays 9:00-11:00pm (Ages 13 plus) – Circus Night
Each Monday we lower four sets of Aerial Silks along with Lyra hoops for those interested in learning some amazing circus skills. In addition we bring in expert clinicians from Aerial Antics to help those looking to master some of the more advanced skills. (www.aerialsottawa.com)
Fridays 9:00-11:00pm (Ages 13 plus) – Parkour/Tricking Night
Laws of Motion is well known for being the Parkour hot spot within Ottawa. Every Open Gym night you’re certain to see some of Ottawa’s best Trickers and FreeRunners.
Saturdays 5:30-7:30pm (Ages 11 plus) – Kids Night
On Saturday’s we lower the minimum age to 11 years old. Sometimes it can be intimidating for the little guys to train at the same time as adults and teenagers. With an earlier start time and more child friendly music in the background, Saturdays have turned into Kids Night