Pyramid Gymnastics Marin in Corte Madera
Established in 1980, Pyramid Gymnastics is located in beautiful Marin County, California
Pyramid Gymnastics is the longest running gym in Marin County. It specializes exclusively in gymnastics, offering professional instruction to
children 3 1/2 to 18 years of age in a safe and fun environment. No where else in Marin can you child learn to do correct gymnastics better than at
Pyramid Gymnastics.

Pyramid Classes being offered in San Rafael
Fall Registration is now open. 
Pyramid is currently offering its fall classes and summer camps in San Rafael off Smith Ranch Road. 
Beginner classes -- Monday through Friday, 2:45 - 3:30 and 3:30 - 4:15 (45 minutes)
Intermediate/Advanced classes -- Monday through Friday, 4:15 (60 and 75 minutes)
   Spring classes are currently in session, the summer program will be starting soon. Now is the time to schedule a trial class or register your child.

The Pyramid Gymnastics program runs on a continuous basis allowing students to start at any time. No need to wait for the beginning of the

month or for a new session to begin.

Trial classes are available at a cost of $18.00 for a 45 minute class and $20.00 for a one hour class. Call 927-1240 to schedule
your trial class today and ask about which classes are appropriate for your child. Or you can contact us by e-mail if you prefer:

Registration can be completed by phone or online using either MasterCard or Visa.



Ask about our private lessons. 
Special needs through most advanced training available.



Pyramid Has Great Summer Camps

Two new weeks have been added to schedule 

July 28 - 31 10-12 Noon

August 24 - 27 10-12 Noon

Space still available in July 13-16


Click on Camps' page for more information


See the fun from past camps in the photos below:

"Real Gymnastics for Real Kids!"

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Summer Campers
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Summer camper demonstrates strength
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Pyramid kids raise the bar
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New Years' Campers
Pyramid Gymnastics in Marin's very own SpiderBoy
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Summer Session #4 Camper
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Pyramid Gymnastics in Marin summer super campers
Super Campers
2013 Level 9 State All-Around & Parallel Bar Champion : Pyramid's Luke Reed!
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USA Women Gymnasts Win Team Gold in London

The women sparkled in their routines as brightly as their brilliant red sequined uniforms, instantly becoming celebrities, athletic and Olympic royalty for their rest of their lives.
Photo: Associated Press

American Gabby Douglas Wins Gold in Women's Gymnastics All-Around

Becomes third U.S. gymnast in a row to take home top honors in Olympics

Gabby Douglas
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American Gabby Douglas took home the gold medal in the women's gymnastics all-around competition at the London Olympics today, the Wall Street Journal reports. It's the second gold for the 16-year-old Virginia native, who on Monday helped the U.S. women's gymnastics squad take home their first gold medal in the team competition since 1996.
Douglas is the first African-American Olympic champion in all-around gymnastics, and also the third U.S. gymnast in a row to take home the all-around gold medal; Nastia Liukin finished on top in Beijing in 2008 and Carly Patterson won in Athens in 2004.

Aly Raisman emerges as breakout star capturing gold on floor, bronze on beam

LONDON – Barely an hour after needing a protest to win a bronze in the balance beam, American gymnast Aly Raisman won her second medal of the day with a gold in the floor routine.

Raisman performed a near-flawless routine on the floor, perfectly landing several high-spinning moves. When she was done, the sold-out crowd at the North Greenwich Arena roared its approval. 

Raisman won three medals, to  Gabby  Douglas'  and McKayla Maroney's  two each.  She narrowly missed a fourth medal when tied for third in the all-around finals, but lost out due to a new tie breaking rule.  Having placed second in the all-around qualification, along with Gabby Douglas' placing third, knocked  fellow teammate and current world champion Jordyn Weiber out of the all-around finals.

Raisman came into the Olympics as a supporting player to current national all-around champion Gabby Douglas and current world champions Jordyn Weiber (all-around) and McKayla Maroney (vault).  Douglas' performance in the individual event finals was lack luster and didn't result in any medals.  Maroney sat down her second vault and received a disappointing silver.  Weiber's only final event performance was on floor  and wasn't enough to award her an individual medal.