The word calisthenics comes from the Greek words ‘kallos’ for beauty and ‘thenos’ for strength. Indeed, the components of the sport aim at achieving those physical attributes, but the sport also influences the emotional and social development of girls and boys through friendship and teamwork. Calisthenics, as we know it today, involves a team of pupils learning routines choreographed to music – each of about three to four minutes duration – and presenting those routines at competitions.
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Pupils learn approximately six routines concurrently throughout a year and this is where the diversity of the sport is seen.
We offer non competitive calisthenics to our younger age groups up to five years old and competitive classes from 5 to adult.