Bec and Tim Robertson are the Directors and owners of Peninsula Gymnastics. They lead with a strong passion around movement and the benefits that gymnastics can bring to participants. Purchasing Peninsula Gymnastics in 2008, Tim and Bec have worked tirelessly to ensure that Peninsula Gymnastics is a place where individuals feel nurtured, included and challenged to be their best. Having 2 children of their own they feel passionate about empowering young people to make healthy, lifelong decisions which includes the benefits of movement.
At Peninsula Gymnastics our programs and decisions are all guided by a mission of “teaching movement for life”. We want participants to enjoy their movement experience and for it to shape their views for a healthy lifestyle. We want to build the confidence and physical abilities of participants so they leave us more empowered and we want them to enjoy the experience.
We believe in instilling young people and our workforce with strong values:
- Safety First
The health and wellbeing of everyone is paramount. It is reflected in the curriculum and delivery of all of our classes. Through well developed skill pathways we endeavour to communicate with participants the rationale behind the teaching and provide clear and concise boundaries to operate within.
- Be considerate
Consideration entails a real, active interest in the well-being and health of others and the community. It is an understanding that to be happy in an environment the well-being of others must be considered, alongside one’s own interests.
- Use a systematic approach
In order to learn, we need to have goals but more importantly pathways to get there. We cannot expect to reach destinations without a map to get there. Through our curriculum we teach participants that the process is more important than the outcome.
By empowering people in their learning we build them to be more confident and stronger in their lives, giving them the authority around decisions involving them
Life is supposed to be FUN! Our health should be a fun experience – not a chore. So expect to be challenged but to enjoy the experience.