FAQS

Birthday Parties

When are the party days and times available?


Saturdays​ 10:00a-11:30a 12:00p-1:30p 2:00p-3:30p 4:00p-5:30p 6:00p-7:30p (When Available; Black Package 6:00p-8:30p) Click "Online Registration" to view availability and book online.




An hour of play and 30 minutes for cake and presents doesn't seem very long...


We get this a lot, but typically: Within about 45 minutes of play time, most kids begin to wear out. ​By the end of the hour, they're generally ready to go have a seat and eat. Unless you are serving a multi course meal, it's plenty of time. Plus kids usually eat fast. You also have 15 minutes before the party to setup and 15 minutes after to gather everything. Our coaches will do all the sweeping, wiping down, taking out trash, etc.




What are the rules for the kids participating?


All participants must have a current TWA waiver on file. This can be done by: Creating a family account and adding each participant as a student online Or complete a paper version. We will not keep paper versions on file for future events and you will have to sign another one if the waiver is not completed online. No shoes or socks are allowed past the parent viewing area in the gym. This is for the safety of the children and to help protect our equipment from damage. This is the same as in our tumbling classes. All of our equipment and flooring is regularly cleaned and sanitized. Jewelry of any kind is not allowed to be worn! Yes, this includes all earrings!​ Additional safety rules will be reviewed with participants prior to the start of the party. We reserve the right to remove anyone from participating if they are not following the rules and/or pose a safety concern to themselves or other participants. ​For safety reasons, parents must remain in the designated viewing area in the gym during the party except for the host parents.




Can parents watch the kids play and does it cost extra?


Parents are more than welcome to stay and watch for free. They do not count towards the guest count.




What do the two coaches do?


Help you setup. Make sure you have everything you need. Supervise during play time to ensure equipment is secure/in good working order and make sure everyone is staying safe and having a great time! Provide tumbling and obstacle instruction as needed/desired. Help you with anything needed while refreshments are served. Help load up your vehicle. Cleanup.




What else does TWA provide?


Disposable plates, bowls, silverware, and napkins are provided in a gender neutral design. If specialty designs/themes are desired, you may of course bring your own. 6 Tables (Generally 1-Food/Cake, 1-Presents, 4-Eating/Sitting​​ 24+ Chairs and/or benches to seat the same amount of people.




Can I bring food and drinks?


Of course you can bring refreshments! However, we currently do not have a fridge/freezer for storing ice cream/cakes.​​​​




Can I bring decorations and is there extra time to setup/cleanup?


Of course you can bring decorations! You may arrive 15 minutes prior to the start of your party to decorate. No tacks, nails, screws, etc. may be used in our facility. Please use any supplied hooks or tape to hang decorations. Please remove decorations and leave promptly following your party (within 15 minutes) so the next party may have time to decorate. Our coaches will do all the sweeping, wiping down, taking out trash, etc.




What is the payment policy for birthday parties?


Full payment due at the time of booking. Cancellation Policy: 40% may be refunded if the party is cancelled more than 7/days prior to the event. 60% is non-refundable. Parties may be postponed to an available later date at no additional charge. Advertised party prices do not include 8.25% sales which will be included upon booking.





PNO! (Parent's Night Out)

What do the kids do?


Play organized games Enjoy some of our awesome tumbling equipment Eat pizza :) Watch a (G) or (PG) movie on our 12' projection screen! And in general, have fun and make new friends!




Who watches over the kid's?


Members of our staff will ensure that everyone has a great time in a safe environment. All staff are First Aid, CPR, and AED certified. All staff 18+ have passed a background check with the National Center for Safety Initiatives.




What should my child bring/wear?


Wear form fitting athletic clothing, preferably spandex type (unless theme calls for something else) and be sure to bring socks. No jewelry of any kind should be worn in the gym. Cheer bows may be worn. Hair should be pulled up in a ponytail. Please bring a water bottle and possibly a small nutritious snack. No candy or GUM. A pillow and blanket is great for movie time. Especially for younger ones, pajamas can be brought and changed into before movie time. A bag for everything to go into and their name written on everything is helpful. Just like camp.




Do they have to participate in the theme?


Of course not, but it's encouraged when there is a theme.




How much does PNO cost?


$30 - 1st Child $20 - 2nd Child (Same Household) FREE - 3rd Child + (Same Household)




When is PNO?


Approximately once per month on a Friday or Saturday night usually from 6:00p-11:00p. Click the button below to check the available dates / times and reserve your spot.





Classes

What should my athlete wear to class?


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General Policies

What is your payment policy?


Tuition is due the first of the month. Athletes will not be allowed to participate if their account has a balance.





Open Gym

What is open gym?


Open Gym is a great time to come in and work on improving skills in a more open format compared to a structured class. Athletes can choose what to work on with coaches supervising and instructing as necessary. Work on any of the following: Tumbling Cheer Jumps Cheer Stunts (Bring your whole stunt group) Flexibility




Does my athlete have to be enrolled in classes at TWA to participate?


No of course not. Open Gym is open to anyone and everyone ages 5 years and older.




Does my athlete have to have a certain skill level to participate?


Each athlete should have a basic understanding of the skill(s) they wish to work on. For tumbling, it is best if the athlete is currently working on at least front/back walkovers/kickovers or an appropriate higher level skill. The athlete should be proficient at skills preceding that which they are working on. TWA staff may prevent an athlete from working on a skill if they feel they are not ready for it which could cause technique issues, mental roadblocks, and safety hazards.




What does my athlete need to wear/bring to Open Gym?


Wear form fitting clothing, preferably spandex type Only CLEAN cheer shoes may be worn in the gym. Bare feet are also acceptable. No jewelry of any kind should be worn in the gym. Cheer bows may be worn. Hair should be pulled up in ponytail. Please bring a water bottle and possibly a small nutritious snack. No candy or GUM.




How much does open gym cost?


Non-Members: $15 (Anyone not currently enrolled in classes at TWA) Members: $10 (Anyone currently enrolled in at least one class at TWA)




When is Open Gym?


Approximately twice per month on Fridays or Saturdays. Click the button below or go to the Parent Portal to check the schedule and reserve your spot.





Clinics

What are clinics?


Clinics are a great time to come in and work on specific skills or possibly work on something new. We will routinely have clinics for the following & more: Cheer Jumps School Spirit Dance Leaps Turns Tumbling Back Handsprings Back Tucks Flexibility




Does my athlete have to be enrolled in classes at TWA to participate?


No of course not. Clinics are open to anyone and everyone ages 5 years and older.




Does my athlete have to have a certain skill level to participate?


Each athlete should have a basic understanding of the skill(s) they wish to work on. The athlete should be proficient at skills preceding that which they are working on. Some exceptions may apply. TWA staff may prevent an athlete from working on a skill if they feel they are not ready for it which could cause technique issues, mental roadblocks, and safety risks.




What does my athlete need to wear/bring to Clinics?


Wear form fitting clothing, preferably spandex type Only CLEAN cheer shoes may be worn in the gym. Bare feet are also acceptable. No jewelry of any kind should be worn in the gym. Cheer bows may be worn. Hair should be pulled up in ponytail. Please bring a water bottle and possibly a small nutritious snack. No candy or GUM. Other specifics may apply depending on the type of clinic.




How much does it cost?


It may depend on the type clinic and length of time, but most two hour clinics are: Non-Members: $20 (Anyone not currently enrolled in classes at TWA) Members: $15 (Anyone currently enrolled in at least one class at TWA)





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