Rules & Regulations
We at Intrigue Athletics take pride in providing a safe, healthy, and fun environment for you and your child’s fitness and development. For that reason, we provide below the rules and regulations of our facility.
Intrigue Athletics Rules & Regulations
Please call ahead to set up your free trial class! We want to put your child in the correct class based on age/skill level and make sure the class time is not full so he/she gets plenty of one-on-one attention with our amazing instructors!
Every student is required to be covered under the Intrigue Athletics insurance policy. In order to be covered by the policy, we require a non-refundable annual registration fee.
Statements are emailed on the 25th of each month and tuition is due at/before the 1st class of the month. If the 1st day of the month falls on a weekend or federal holiday, autodrafts will be run the Friday before. A two-week notice is required to drop from class. A $25 Late Fee will be applied to accounts if not paid by the 15th of each month.
If you drop from class, we are unable to hold your child's spot and cannot guarantee that it will remain available.
Intrigue is happy to offer one make-up class per month if you have to miss class for vacation, sickness, or any other personal reason. All make-ups must be booked ahead of time through the front desk or over the phone. Any time the entire gym is closed (ex: Spring Break, federal holidays, snow days, etc.) we don't do make-ups since our tuition is based off 48 weeks per year rather than 52 in order to build in gym-wide closings.
SICKNESS POLICY: Students should not come to class if they have exhibited any of the following within the last 48 hours:
- Fever greater than 100.4
- Any rash with or without fever
- Colored drainage from eyes or nose with fever greater than 100.4
- Sustained cough, shortness of breath, or difficulty breathing
If a student demonstrates these symptoms during class, I understand that they will be dismissed from class. I further acknowledge, understand, appreciate and agree that my family’s participation may result in possible exposure to and illness from infectious diseases, including, but not limited to, MRSA, Influenza, and COVID-19. While particular rules and personal discipline may reduce this risk, the risk of serious illness and death does exist. I knowingly and freely assume all such risks, both known and unknown, even if arising from the negligence of the releasees or others, and assume full responsibility for my participation and exposure.
SPOTTING/EQUIPMENT SHARING: I am aware that there will be times when our coaching staff will spot (physically assist) my student when the circumstances require it. Spotting is often necessary in order to teach skills safely, to help athletes perform skills correctly, and to prevent injury. By enrolling in a class at Intrigue, I permit my child's teacher to physically assist my child when needed and to share equipment with other students in class.
All Intrigue students' safety is our No. 1 priority, so there is NO coaching allowed from parents/over the lobby wall. Any parent doing so may be asked to leave. This is very distracting to the child, and distracted gymnastics/tumbling is very dangerous. All Intrigue staff members are highly trained and any questions about class need to be saved for after dismissal.
NO entry to the floor or any equipment by non-participants is allowed. A participant is a registered student, parent, or adult enrolled in a class. Anyone waiting for class must remain in the lobby until called out to the floor by an instructor.
Loose clothing is not permitted. Preferable attire includes a leotard or tight-fitting t-shirt/tank top and shorts, leggings, etc. Long hair must be tied back. Cheer shoes may be worn during tumbling classes but are not required, and all other classes will be done barefoot.
No gum is allowed in class and absolutely no smoking is permitted on our premises.
Remove all dangly jewelry prior to class. We are not responsible for lost or damaged articles.
Respectful social behavior is expected of all students and parents. Unacceptable behavior includes cutting in front of others, pushing, hitting, bad language or disrespecting instructors. Participants who are continually disruptive will be asked to leave class.
If a student needs to leave class, he/she must tell your instructor. This includes getting a drink, going to the bathroom, or if they need to leave class early.If at any time a student feels unusual pain or discomfort, it is his or her responsibility to report this to the instructor immediately.
When class is dismissed, no under-age student is permitted to leave the building without a parent, guardian or caretaker. Students waiting to be picked up must wait inside the building, and must stay in the lobby. Parents, you must come inside the gym to pick up your child.