Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Saturday is open gym day at Gymfinity in livermore

Starting this week gymfinity will host open gym from 4-5pm every saturday. This is a free weekly event where our students can bring friends to come see the gym and have some super fun super-vised play at the gym.

This is also open to the public so if you've been wanting to come and check out Gymfinity's amazing facility and all of the fun stuff within now's your chance.

The only thing we require is that any new children must have their parents sign a waiver when they come in. Dress for play, prepare for fun!!

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Gymfinity is offering Summer Camps and classes in Livermore for the Tri Valley area

Gymfinity still has plenty of openings for it's summer gymnastics and dance classes but now you get the option fo a flexible schedule when you sign up so you get the most value possible. Check out our programs page to see some of our great classes we offer. GYMFINITY LIVERMORE PROGRAMS

Also, we are super excited to be continuing our awesome Summer Camps this year, offering camps for all ages. Not only will there be Gymnastics in dance, but be sure to secure your spot for our Cheer Back Handspring Camp that is a must if your child is planning to get that spot on the cheer team next year.

Come by and see our amazing facility anytime and get your spot today!

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Monday, June 14, 2010

A great article on Gymfinity Gymnastics' newest coach

This artilcle was taken from It was written by Jim Evans

"Veteran gymnastics coach Luis Ignacio “Nacho” Nava has joined the staff at Livermore’s Gymfinity Gymnastics, the Tri-Valley’s premier gymnastics center. Nava brings more than 30 years of coaching experience and, because of his extensive background in artistic rollerskating and artistic gymnastics, is particularly skilled in teaching balance beam and floor exercises.

As an athlete, Nacho represented Mexico in two world championships in artistic rollerskating and three times attended the Olympic Training Center. He became good friends with famed Olympic gymnastics coach Bela Karolyi at his summer camp in 1998. Nacho left school to compete in the world artistic rollerskating championships after three years of study majoring in physics at the Universidad Autonoma de Mexico but later continued his education in the U.S. where he earned an AA degree at City College of San Jose followed by a BS in Chemistry at San Jose State University with a minor in Physics and a concentration in Nuclear Science.

Nacho coached recreational and preschool gymnastics early in his career and coached at several Bay Area programs including Airborne Gymnastics in Santa Clara; San Jose State University (under Jackie Walker); West Valley Gymnastics in Campbell where he had the opportunity to work with Mark Young, coach of two-time Olympian Andy Chow; and Head Over Heels in Emeryville.

He now joins the staff at Gymfinity, owned and operated by longtime gymnastics coach and competitor Julianne Pimental and her husband Jerod. “Nacho is a enthusiastic and knowledable coach who brings a new light to the recreactional program,” says Juli. He will be heading up our summer camps and activities.”

Located at 230 S. Vasco Road in Livermore, Gymfinity ( boasts more than 250 students from 12 months to 65 years of age offering competitive and recreational gymnastics, summer camps, dance (ballet, tap, jazz), cheer/tumbling, fitness, parties, and more. The facility is equipped with top-of-the line equipment and is within close proximity to the communities of Livermore, Pleasanton, Dublin, Mt. House, Brentwood, and Tracy among others.

“The friendliness and cordiality of the Gymfinity staff makes the whole gym feel like one big family,” says Nacho. “It’s exciting to work for such an enthusiastic and committed group of people. I hope to instill in each of the students the ‘Olympic spirit’ and to set a high – but achievable – standard of excellence,” he adds, “and to increase the number of students by helping them realize the benefits of gymnastics.”

What does he enjoy most about working with young gymnasts? “They have no limits,” says Nacho with a knowing smile. "Adults tend to be set in their ways, but youngsters don’t know what is impossible. But, if you don’t label something as ‘impossible,’ they will often make it possible.” "

Gymfinity has recently released its new summer schedule of events and activities including news about its upcoming Spring Performance on June 19. For information about activities readers can contact Gymfinity at 925-960-9440 or .