Mission & Purpose
Gymnastics Unlimited is a Safe, Fun Place to Learn.
Gymnastics Unlimited provides high-quality instructional, educational, and entertainment opportunities in a positive, caring environment. Our mission is to make children into healthy productive adults. We teach gymnastics, tumbling, circus arts, acrobatics, and Ninja Zone for a wide age range in the form of classes, teams, and summer camps.
Our purpose is to support each person in reaching their potential, with respect to their own goals. We strive to be positive role-models and to bring out the best in each individual within the realms of physical, mental, emotional and social development. Safety, fun, and skill-acquisition are key to achieving these goals and to making Gymnastics Unlimited a wonderful environment for children.
Gymnastics Unlimited was founded in September of 1974. The owner Kathy McCormick was a collegiate gymnast in Illinois and upon returning to Hunterdon County began work at Gymnastics Unlimited. Two years later she purchased the gym which has continued for 40 years in two locations.
Starting from an original staff of five, Gymnastics Unlimited has grown to over 30 instructors. Thousands of children have learned to flip at Gymnastics Unlimited. We have been teaching 4 generations of families in our warm and friendly facility.
Gymnastics Unlimited is an active member of USA Gymnastics. We also participate in the National Gymnastics Congress, the Regional and State conferences, the Professional Development Summit, American Red Cross, and Ninja Zone webinars. It is through our attendance at conferences and involvement with these organizations that we learn the very best of what is going on worldwide in gymnastics instruction.
Gymnastics Unlimited gives back to our local and global community through donations and charity work. We participate in the Empty Bowl, an event to provide the families of Hunterdon groceries twice a month and a drive each December to provide goods to local charities on a rotating basis. We also travel annually to the island of Roatan to provide children there with educational supplies.