Annual Membership Fees:
A once yearly anniversary Membership Fee of $30 is required before enrolling or participating in any classes or personal training sessions. We offer a family membership discount that is $30 for the first participant, $20 for the second participant and $10 for each additional participant. This fee is good for one year from the posting date.
Arrival & Pickup:
Participants should arrive 5 minutes before scheduled class time(no earlier please). Please pick up your student on time. Please inform us if you know you will be late to class or late picking up your student. During peak times the parking lot is crowded. Please take into consideration that our students may include young children. Please drive slowly and carefully. Instruct your student to wait inside the building and you will escort them from the building to your car. Do not take a chance on your student running to and from your car.
Automatic Enrollment & Drop Procedure:
For your convenience, all students will be automatically enrolled into the next month of classes, so that members do not lose their spot in their current class. If you need to drop for any reason, a Drop Request Form must be filled out at the Front Desk by the 20th of the month prior to the start of the next month's classes.
In order to drop a class, you must notify PEAK by filling out a Drop Request Form in person. Only this form will be acceptable. Verbal or email notice by participant, parent, or guardian is not sufficient to drop a class. If the notice is not received before the 20th of the month prior, you will then be charged for the upcoming month classes. This charge will be for holding the student's place.
Please note: You are responsible for payment for you or your student's classes WHETHER OR NOT YOUR STUDENT ATTENDS CLASS until the time you notify the staff VIA DROP REQUEST FORM. If a student stops coming to class without notification then that student's account will be charged for the additional month(s).
Classes with fewer than 5 students enrolled at the start of a session may be asked to move to another class day/time.
We do not release client information to any outside party unless required by law.
Upon enrollment you will be charged immediately for the session you enrolled for.
Because of our strict student to teacher ratio, missed classes will not result in make-up classes, pro-rated tuition or refunds.
Auto Pay is required for all members of PEAK Gymnastics & Fitness.
Payments for the new monthly tuition will be run through Auto Pay on the 1st of each month.
If payment does not go through and is not received by the 5th the month, you will be charged a $10 late fee.
Additionally, Auto Pay will be run Friday of each week to cover any outstanding fees placed on accounts.
If account is not paid in full by the 20th of the month, you or your student will be dropped from their current classes. Once full payment charges are received you or your child will be able to resume classes.
100% refund will be given only prior to services rendered.
A processing fee of $15 will be added to the amount for all returned items due to insufficient funds.
Past Due Accounts:
PEAK reserves the right to refuse a student's participation in class if a past-due balance remains on the account.
30 days past due balance- paper statement sent to family by Peak
60 days past due balance- final paper statement sent to family by Peak
90 days past due balance- statement sent to family by a Collections Agency Service. Once in the hands of the Collections Service, please make payments to the agency.
A Waiver/Release Form signed by participants 18 and over or parent/legal guardian of underage participant is required before participating in any PEAK activity or class.
Weather Cancellation Policy:
Classes scheduled before 2:00 p.m. will run on the Marquette schedule unless otherwise posted. Classes scheduled 2:30 p.m. or later will be decided and posted by 1:00 p.m. on our Facebook page and Website page. Students in any cancelled classes are asked to respond to receiving cancellation notice by posting a comment on the Facebook notice, emailing the gym firstname.lastname@example.org, or calling the gym 906-273-0696.
What to Wear:
Girls in gymnastics should wear a gymnastics leotard. Form fitted shorts and non-footed leggings may be worn as well.
Girls in Cheerleading should wear shorts and form fitted or tucked in T-shirts. Shoes may be worn during cheer practice by coaches' discretion.
Boys may wear tucked in T-shirts and athletic shorts.
Adults wear athletic clothing. Form fitted clothing is best, so it does not get caught on equipment or in spotting.
Loose clothing can be a safety risk for athletes. NO buttons or zippers! These can get caught on equipment or pushed into participant's body while on equipment and can be very painful! NO midriff tops are allowed in Gymnastics Facility. Stomach must be covered for spotting and safety purposes.
Jewelry should not be worn during classes. PLEASE LEAVE JEWELRY ARTICLES AT HOME. NO dangling jewelry. Stud earrings would be acceptable.
Hair should be pulled neatly and securely away from the face so that is stays up for the entire workout. Loose pieces should be secured with a headband or clips. Bows or other large hair ornaments that may cause discomfort during activity should not be worn.
No socks please in Gymnastics Facility please. Socks can cause a participant to slip while performing skills.
Personal items should be left in cubby holes. PEAK staff will not be responsible for ANY items that may be lost or stolen. Be sure your student's personal items are marked with their name.
Children are not permitted to play on equipment before or after their class is over. This also applies to siblings or friends who may be in the gym to pick up/drop off/watch. Children are only allowed on equipment when supervised by a coach, otherwise injury may result, and we at PEAK practice SAFETY FIRST!
Real McCoy Training Method recognizes our obligation to make our clients aware of the risks and hazards associated with remote coaching and fitness training. Clients may suffer injuries, possibly minor, serious, or catastrophic in nature. Fitness training and weightlifting can be dangerous and can lead to injury. Participants should be aware of the possibility of injury and follow all the safety protocols and the coach’s instructions. Real McCoy Training Method, its coaches and other staff members, will not accept responsibility for injuries sustained by any participant during the course of participation in our program. Parents should warn the child/children according to what the parent feels is appropriate. Real McCoy Training Method will only warn the child through “Safety Messages” and our teaching style and progressions.
With the above in mind, and being fully aware of the risks and possibility of injury involved, I consent to have myself, child or children participate in the programs offered by Real McCoy Training Method. I, my executors, or other representatives, waive and release all rights and claims for damages that I or my child may have against Real McCoy Training Method and/or its representatives whether paid or volunteer. I also affirm that I now have and will continue to provide proper hospitalization, health, and accident insurance coverage which I consider adequate for both myself and/or my child’s protection. I also understand that it is my responsibility to be aware of or to warn my child about the dangers of fitness training and injury. I fully understand that Real McCoy Training Method staff members are not physicians or medical practitioners of any kind.
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