Pflugerville's All Stars Unlimited Gymnastics and Cheer reopens for team practices; to begin full schedule June 1

All Stars Unlimited offers recreational and competitive gymnastics and cheer in Pflugerville. (Courtesy All Stars Unlimited Gymnastics and Cheer)
All Stars Unlimited offers recreational and competitive gymnastics and cheer in Pflugerville. (Courtesy All Stars Unlimited Gymnastics and Cheer)

All Stars Unlimited offers recreational and competitive gymnastics and cheer in Pflugerville. (Courtesy All Stars Unlimited Gymnastics and Cheer)

All Stars Unlimited Gymnastics and Cheer has reopened its facility following a temporary closure due to the coronavirus pandemic, owner Nicole Ramirez confirmed in a May 19 email. Located at 4701 Priem Lane, Ste. 6A, Pflugerville, the gym is currently open for team practices only. A full schedule will be available for all participants June 1. All Stars Unlimited offers recreational and competitive gymnastics and cheer, Ramirez said. The gym relocated to its new facility in Pflugerville in fall 2019, which includes a foam pit for students and a parent viewing area.


Due to the pandemic, signage has been placed throughout the gym for social distancing reminders. Class schedules have been adjusted to allow for cleanings in between sessions, Ramirez said, and athletes are distanced during classes to minimize contact. 512-310-5822. www.allstarsunlimited.com


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