About Seaton Calisthenics Club

Established 1951

Seaton Calisthenics Club, located in the western suburbs of Adelaide,  was established in 1951 and maintains a successful reputation within the Calisthenics Association of South Australia (CASA). Calisthenics fosters confidence, discipline and teamwork whilst providing deportment, exercise, flexibility, coordination and strength for girls of all ages and capabilities.

Our dedicated team of coaches is committed to the ongoing development of both the girls and the club. Age Groups Calisthenics classes are divided into groups according to age. This allows the girls to develop their skills and friendships with others of a similar age. Seaton Calisthenics Club caters for girls in all age groups ensuring continuity for each girl. 

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Age Groups & Syllabus

Tinies

7 years and under (Demonstration)
Song & Dance, March and Exercises

5 – 7 years (Competitive)
Song & Dance, March, Exercises and Rods

Sub Juniors

10 years and under
Various dance types, March, Exercises and two types of apparatus – Clubs and Rods.

Juniors

13 years and under
Various dance types, March, Exercises and two types of apparatus – Clubs and Rods.

Intermediates

17 years and under
Various dance types, March, Exercises and two types of apparatus – Clubs and Rods.

Seniors

18 years and over
Various dance types, March, Exercises and two types of apparatus – Clubs and Rods.

(ages as at 31st December each year)

Calisthenics Skills Programme

In addition to the team opportunities offered at Seaton Calisthenics Club, we also have several coaches who conduct classes to prepare our members for the various skill tests, grades and medals that are undertaken through the Australian Calisthenics Federation.

In 1979 the Calisthenic Skills Programme was developed and established along similar lines to the Royal Academy of Dance – international ballet examination system, with the purpose of elevating the status of Calisthenics to a more prestigious level with greater credibility and safety for our participants.

Some of these skill tests and grade levels are requirements for competing in CASA solo and duo competitions. You can access more information about these programmes via the CASA website.

For information on coaches that are available to run preparation lessons, please contact the club or speak to one of our coaches.

Solo and duo opportunities

Seaton Calisthenics Club offers lots of opportunities for our members to learn and compete in calisthenic solos and duos, as well as graceful solos.

The calisthenics community offer many regional competitions for each of these, as well as the state competitions with CASA.

Generally graceful solo season is early in the year and calisthenics solo and duo season is in the second half of the year.

These provide an excellent opportunity for girls to improve on their flex and technique in a one on one setting. They are also a valuable opportunity to develop confidence.

For more information or to express your interest, please contact the club or speak to one of our coaches.