MARCH BREAK CAMPS
March Break Camps at the Power Cheer Gym have something for every age and skillset.
Specialty tumbling and stunt classes and the ever popular Stunting with the Stangs!
Sign up by clicking on the link below OR by clicking on the "March Break Camps" tab on the Viper app.
Welcome to the Power Cheer Gym
At approximately 10,000 square feet, the Power Cheer Gym is the largest dedicated cheerleading gym in London and Southwestern Ontario! The gym offers high ceilings, rumbling sound systems (with ZERO interruptions from the other floor) and video playback systems.
The PCG has two stand-alone sprung floors, tumble trak, trampoline, large lobby and an amazing parents loft that overlooks the gym floor… and free WiFi!
Where We Are Located
The Power Cheer Gym is located on Quebec Street, halfway between Oxford Street and Dundas Street at the railway tracks. The gym is in the large yellow (yes, yellow) warehouse with a bright orange front door ‘under’ the overpass on the east side of Quebec Street. You can access the gym from Elias Street and Glasgow.
For complete directions to the PCG - click here for details
What's Happening at the PCG
Amazing atmosphere! I love walking in and dropping my daughter there for tumbling classes. The coaches are so welcoming. Nat, you are so patient and a joy to have as a coach!
The Power Cheer Gym is home to some of Canada’s top University and College Cheer Teams and has close to 120 collegiate aged cheer athletes training here. If you are planning on coming (or staying) in London for your post-secondary education, the Power Cheer Gym has a team for you.
University of Western Ontario Mustangs.
Both the Western Co-Ed and All-Girl teams train exclusively at the Power Cheer Gym.
Fanshawe College Students
If you are attending Fanshawe College (or any of the satellite campuses), the Black Falcons Power Cheerleading Team is the team for you.
All done school and want to stay in competitive cheerleading? We have a team for you too. Our Open 4.2 Team – Crazy Fish – will be entering it’s second year at the PCG. The team is made up of ex-collegiate and all star cheerleaders as well as present college students and athletes looking for a competitive but ‘lighter’ schedule.