CrossFit 604 Gymnastics Clinics

Featuring Louise 'Lulu' Eberts

CrossFit 604 is proud to announce the upcoming schedule for the ever popular Gymnastics Clinics with Guru Louise Eberts! Louise is one of the most sought after gymnastics coaches in Western Canada and coaches some of CrossFit’s top competitors. Our clinics will range from complete beginner to gymnastics pro and everything in between.


Level One Purchase

  • Tuesday Sept 5, 12, 19, 26th (8:30pm)

    Level One class is where we build our foundation for all of the gymnastics skills that we see in daily workouts. We will spend time learning pullups, toe to bar, handstands and work on the rings. It is AMAZING how fast participants progress throughout the four weeks. Excited to watch athletes reach goals and do skills they may never had thought possible.

Level Two Purchase

  • Wednesday Sept 6, 13, 20, 27th (8:30pm)

    Level Two class is a stepping stone towards higher level gymnastics skills that we see in crossfit workouts. We will spend time learning chest to bar pull ups, efficiency and proper technique for toes to bar, handstand push ups, handstand walking and an introduction to ring muscle ups. We will also spend time learning how to spot safely and effectively for some of these skills. There are a lot of FIRSTS that happen in this class so get ready for some celebratory screams!!

    Work requirements:

    *strict pull up *kick to handstand without assistance against wall *an understanding of kipping/beatswings

Level Three Purchase

  • Thursday Sept 7, 14, 21, 28th (8:30pm)

Level Three class is dedicated to teaching higher level gymnastics skills for crossfit workouts with a focus on attaining these movements for competitions. We will work hard in this class on ring muscle ups both kipping and strict, bar muscle ups, handstand push ups/strict/paralette/kipping, rope climbs and butterfly pull ups if the strength foundation is there. The Level three class is one that many athletes take consistently throughout the year as it holds them accountable to get their gymnastics work done at least once a week. It is such a FUN class and full of excitement when goals are achieved.

Work requirements:*3-5 strict pull ups *3-5 strict ring dips *ctb pull ups * kipping handstand push ups

Terms And Conditions
Limited spots available.
  • Classes will be capped at 15 students to ensure quality.
  • Purchase price includes the 4 sessions listed on the registration page of the event you choose.
  • No substitutions, refunds or transfer of sessions.
  • If you sign up for this event, you are committing to all 4 sessions and will not be reimbursed if you miss any of the sessions.
  • The cost for all 4 sessions for CrossFit 604 Members is $60 ($15 per session – log in to access this price)
  • The cost for all 4 sessions for visitors is $120 ($30 per session)
  • Registration (First come first serve)
  • Minimum requirement of 10 athletes registered to run clinic. CrossFit 604 reserves the right to cancel or merge clinics together if registration is low.

To register for one of the current Gymnastics Courses available, click on the applicable date on the calendar below

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More About Louise…

CrossFit came to me a little bit later on...

Throughout my journey of sports and movement, I have also done a lot of different activities/sports in my years. I started with dance at 3, which continued until I was 16. I was in gymnastics at a provincial and national level from age 7 until 13, then track and cheerleading from 14-18. I learned how to skateboard when I was 17 and that transferred over to the snow and I was obsessed with snowboarding from 19-27, I was sponsored and it was everything to me.


When I was 28 I made a big move to Montreal and for the first time in my life I had no sport, I left my snowboard sponsors and was feeling pretty lost. I tried triathlons for a bit but it was not my thing and then I found CrossFit. When I went for my first workout I was cocky and thought that my friend who pushed me to go was making way to big of a deal about this BARFING after you workout thing, I almost didn’t make it through the warm up. I was hooked. CrossFit gave me the same feeling I got when I was hiking a ridge line with my snowboard strapped to my back pack, that burning, scary and addicting feeling of sweat, loss of breath and pain. I LOVED IT. Read More