The Australian Calisthenics Federation (ACF) defines these age groups. Age limits are set on the age a participant will be on 31 December of each year.
- Cali Kinda 4 years and under (Non-competitive)
- Tinies 7 years and under (Competitive)
- Sub-Juniors 10 years and under (Competitive)
- Juniors 13 years and under (Competitive)
- Intermediates 16 years and under (Competitive)
Kippax Training Venue
- Calability - Wednesday 4.00 - 4.30pm
- Cali Kinda - Saturday, 10.45 til approx. 11.30am
- Tinies - Saturday, 9.00-10.30am
- Sub Juniors - Monday, 5.00-7.30pm
- Juniors - Wednesday 5.00-8.00pm
- Intermediates - Tuesday 5.00-7.30pm
Gunghalin Training Venue
- Tinies - Thursday, 4.30-5.45pm
Harrison Training Venue
- Sub Juniors - Sunday, 2.00-4.00pm
Each age group has its own management team that comprises of a Coach, Assistant Coach, Cadets, Team Manager and Costume Manager.
If you need to see your Team Manager, please do so at the beginning of class or half an hour before the end of class. It becomes very frantic at the end of class, so this is not an opportune time to discuss matters of importance.
Each week teams work to learn choreography, enhance their flexibility and improve strength and core stability. Each class is facilitated by an accredited coach who each hold a current first aid certificate.
Classes begin on time and it is requested you arrive at least 5 mins early. You will need to bring your clubs, rod and aesthetic skirt to each class. We also ask that each team members provide a piece of fruit to share in the snack break.
Calisthenics is a healthy sport and as such Action encourages healthy eating habits. Please do not bring biscuits or lollies as they will not be served. A bottle of water is important to keep hydrated.
Remove all jewellery as a safety precaution. Please dress appropriately for a dance class e.g. leotard and tights or tight fitted clothes. If you are unsure, please ask your coach or a manager.
At the end of class, team members are not alowed to leave unaccompanied. Team members are not permitted outside alone at any time.
Parents are welcome to stay and watch classes, provided that doing so doesn’t disrupt or distract the class in any way. Please use your judgment, and ensure that siblings are not a disruption.
- Last Updated: Wednesday, 30 January 2019 20:26