Q: Is rhythmic gymnastics only for girls?
A: Currently yes. There are only a few rhythmic programs for boys internationally.
Q: How does rhythmic gymnastics differ from artistic gymnastics?
A: While artistic gymnastics is often done on top of equipment, rhythmic gymnastics is done solely on the floor with the use of apparatus such as a ball, clubs, hoop, ribbon, or rope. Instead of dangerous tumbling, rhythmic focuses on flexibility, balances, leaps, and pivots.
Q: Is there an age limit? Is it too late or early to start at my child’s age?
A: We work with students ages 2 – 16, at all levels.
Q: Can my daughter try a class first?
A: Yes, we offer a free trial class. Please visit “Get Started”.
Q: Can my daughter do rhythmic gymnastics for fun and fitness or will she be required to compete?
A: Most of our programs are geared towards recreational participation because we believe rhythmic gymnastics can be a rewarding experience at all levels of involvement. We encourage interested girls to explore the option of competing if it appeals to them.
Q: How long are the classes?
A: Classes can range from 1 hour for some recreational classes to 2.5 hours for team workouts. Please visit “Programs” further information.
Q: Is there a dress code in the gym?
A: Yes. Please have your gymnast wear a black leotard, black shorts, and her hair tied back away from the face and neck.
Q: What does my gymnast need to bring to class?
A: A bottle of water, her rhythmic shoes or equipment, and a smile and an enthusiastic attitude