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 *there is a limited number of kids accepted in each class*


Update 3 COVID-19, updates March 31st 

   As we are closely following guidance from government and health authorities, we will be further delaying resuming the Winter Session. We are obligated to do our part to protect the well-being of our members and staff and have a duty to help flatten the curve.

   We extend a sincere thank you to our loyal members for your patience and understanding as we navigate this unprecedented experience. We wish your families all the best and good health and look for seeing you back with Beje Family when the time comes!

   Please check in two weeks (April 14th) for another update.



    Nick, Lore & Alex Bejenaru

UPDATE 2 COVID-19. Winter session postponed 

After careful consideration and the ongoing developments of COVID-19, we have made the difficult decision to close the gym for 2 weeks. So no classes from March 23rd to April 3rd.The health and wellbeing of our athletes and staff remains our top priority. We will reassess as more information is released over this period. 

We have decided to extend the Winter session by two weeks so we will resume classes APRIL 6th and will go until MAY 15th. The Spring session will start as planned. Whoever is in the Winter session right now and signed up for the Spring session will get two makeup classes during the Spring session. 

Thank you to our loyal members for your patience and understanding as we navigate this unprecedented experience. We wish your families all the best and good health and look forward to seeing you back with our Beje Family in two weeks.  

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Nick, Lore, and Alex Bejenaru

    What to Do If You or Your Child Gets Sick

      Stay home, call your doctor right away if your child gets sick. Antiviral medications used to treat H1N1 flu in some patients work best when started within the first 2 days (48 hours) of getting sick.

  • The doctor may start your child on antiviral drugs even after 48 hours when symptoms began, especially if the child has been hospitalized or is at high risk for flu-related complications.
  • Children younger than 5 years old and children with chronic medical conditions, such as asthma and diabetes, may be at higher risk for complications from flu. Check with your doctor about any special treatment requirements for them. 
  • Some over-the-counter medicines are approved for children to use to relieve flu symptoms.
  • If your child has a fever, use fever-reducing medicines that your doctor recommends based on your child?s age.
  • A fever is a temperature taken with a thermometer that is equal to or greater than 100 degrees Fahrenheit (37.8 degrees Celsius). If you are not able to measure a temperature, the child might have a fever if he or she feels warm, has a flushed appearance, or is sweating or shivering.
  • Keep your sick child home until at least 24 hours after the child no longer has a fever or signs of a fever (100°F or 37.8°C) (without the use of a fever-reducing medicine, such as Tylenol®). Read detailed information about how long to stay away from others.
  • Make sure your child gets plenty of rest and drinks clear fluids (such as water, broth, sports drinks, electrolyte beverages for infants, Pedialyte®) to keep from being dehydrated.
  • Keep your sick child in a separate room in the house as much as possible to limit contact with household members who are not sick.
  • Consider having just one person be the main caregiver for the sick child.
  • You can consider sending your child back to gymnastics after at least 24 hours has passed since his or her temperature returned to normal WITHOUT the use of medications.