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Does your child constantly sing, act or do cartwheels around the house?
Do they enjoy dressing up?
Then maybe you should think about joining your local calisthenics  club at Balmoral Calisthenics in Oakleigh South!

Established in 1955, Balmoral Calisthenics Club is a friendly, committee run club, we run our practise sessions at Oakleigh South Primary School.

  • 2017 Balmoral Juniors Royal South Street Aggregate winners
  • 2017 Balmoral Tinies Westside competition
  • 2017 Balmoral Sub Juniors Royal South Street Reserve Aggregate winners
  • 2017 Balmoral Inters
  • 2017 Balmoral Seniors Reserve Aggregate winners

At Balmoral Calisthenics Club, we pride ourselves on developing and improving our Calisthenics skills whilst instilling dedication, fun, fitness, confidence, self esteem and pride whilst making great friends as part of being in a team environment.

Calisthenics is a uniquely Australian sport combining strength, balance, flexibility, singing, dancing whilst also encouraging good sportsmanship and fair play and most importantly fun!

We are a competitive Calisthenics club and most sections attend between 2 &  5 local competitions throughout the year.

Boys and girls  aged 3 and over will really enjoy it.
Classes are currently run on Mondays.
We provide fully qualified and first aid certified instructors.

Great exercise for your children in a friendly environment
Try a combination of dance, singing, ballet, marching and more.
Mums and Dads are welcome to stay during younger children’s classes.
If you have any questions or would like more information please give us a call.
National Member Protection Policy

This Policy provides a code of conduct forming the basis of appropriate and ethical behaviour which everyone must abide by. This Policy confirms that the Australian Calisthenic Federation Inc is committed to the principles of The Essence of Australian Sport.
Please copy and paste the following link into your browser to download the PDF.

http://www.calisthenics.asn.au/sites/default/files/ACF%20MPP.pdf