Tinies (6 years and under) Mondays 4pm - 5:30pm
Sub Juniors (7-9 years) Mondays 4pm - 5:30pm
Juniors (10-13 years) Mondays 5pm - 7pm
Masters (26 years and over) Tuesdays time 6pm-7:30pm
What is the difference between Competition & Recreational Calisthenics?
Competition: Girls compete in three (3) team competitions per year: Two (2) Regional competitions and the State Championship. Extra training will be required before all of these competitions (extended class times and weekends as requested). Girls will perform all core and fancy items and have costumes for all competitions. They also showcase their work for family and friends with a Suncoast Club Concert. This is the best way for girls to truly experience the 'World of Calisthenics' with regular stage performances.
Recreational: Only offered for term 4. The girls will learn Calisthenics and dance skills within these classes. They will be fun, energetic and skill based lessons.
Being prepared for class
All girls are required to wear a black leotard each week and arrive with their hair in a secure bun on the crown of their head.
Boys are required to wear black bike-pants and black singlet
Black or skin tone tights, black bike pants or black leggings are optional
A long sleeve black ballet wrap is optional in winter
No footwear is required
Suncoast Club bag or backpack for your gear
Rod, Club & Aesthetics Skirt
At the beginning of the year all students will be issued with a white aesthetics skirt, a rod and clubs (Tinies are not required to use clubs). These are hired from the club for the year and the costs associated are included within the term fees. All equipment remains the property of Suncoast Calisthenics Club Inc. and must be returned at the end of the year. If the Equipment is lost or damaged you will be required to pay the full cost of replacement.
Students are encouraged to wear their club shirt/jacket to and from class though it is not compulsory for general classes.
Parents will not be permitted to watch the classes within the hall as it becomes distracting for their girls and the other students. Parents are able to watch through the glass windows or congregate in the kitchen area for a coffee. Class watching days will be held regularly for parents to watch how their children and the team are progressing.