The Karpenko Gymnastics Academy offers three choices in Singapore, one of which is based at 11 Unity Street, Robertson Quay.
Founded in 2015 by Head Coach Victoria Karpenko, KGA offers both competitive and recreational rhythmic gymnastics for girls as well as special programs for boys.
All the lessons employ the most effective techniques and the highest standards of Russian gymnastics, in a system created by Karpenko herself.
The academy provides a great environment for both recreational and competitive gymnasts, with young, talented coaches guiding them in a fun yet structured manner.
The main idea behind the KGA system is that permitting children to become passionate about the sport is the most effective method to create champions in the future and that competitive gymnastics imparts a sense of self-control and assurance in kids from a young age.
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Girls aged 3 and above can take part in Rhythmic Gymnastics classes at Serangoon, Robertson Quay, and Bukit Timah, as well as General Gymnastics classes at Robertson Quay and Bukit Timah.
Students have the opportunity to take part in holiday programs at Serangoon, Robertson Quay, and Bukit Timah, join a competitive team at Serangoon, attend toddler classes at Robertson Quay, or have private classes at Serangoon, Robertson Quay, or Bukit Timah.
The gymnastics academy provides instruction for gymnasts of all skill levels, from recreational to competitive.
100 Turf Club Road
11 Unity Street, #02-08, Robertson Walk
Opening Hours: Monday-Friday 3pm-7pm, Saturday-Sunday 9am-5pm
45 Burghley Drive, Burghley Lifestyle Hub