rhythmic Gymnastics
for kids

Singapore’s leading rhythmic gymnastics club.


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What is KGA Rhythmic Gymnastics?

Rhythmic Gymnastics is the perfect combination of sport and art, linking expressive dance steps with skilful manipulations of the ball, rope, ribbon, hoop or clubs: throw, spin, spiral, roll and catch. Accomplished rhythmic gymnasts benefit from perfect posture, a toned figure, flexibility and graceful movement.

Why Join KGA Rhythmic Gymnastics?

Engaging with gymnastics at an early age has a number of advantages for children from health benefits, through to the development of key social skills. Rhythmic gymnastics is a great base for other sports like dance, martial arts, cheerleading, ballet and any other athletic activity. Our classes are fun and healthy way for your child to socialise with friends and learn new skills.


Each class is 60 to 90 minutes and begins with a gymnastic warm-up and then moving into stretching and strength exercise, acrobatic and dance elements and then cardio and endurance training.


Enhance coordination
Enhance body awareness
Improve balance
Increase agility
Improve posture

What People Say About Us

We are lucky to meet Victoria at KGA as she is a Coach with a golden heart and loves and care for my daughter. Through her coaching Kaen has improved beyond her imagination and proved that hard work , determination plus talented Coach can help her to fulfill her dream as a World Class Gymnast 💪🏻🏆

Annie Lee
Mother of KGA Gymnast - Kaen Lim
(13 Aug 2018)


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Victoria Karpenko

Victoria is founder and head coach of Karpenko Gymnastics Academy. She was twice crowned Russian Rhythmic Gymnastics Champion and has coached elite athletes in Russia, Europe and the USA who have represented their countries at World Championships and the Olympics. Victoria is also the former head coach of the Singapore Rhythmic Gymnastics Team.

Jael Chew

Jael represented Singapore as part of the Singapore Gymnastics Rhythmic National Team (2009-2019). She has represented Singapore in various international competitions and since retiring from the team, she has been teaching Rhythmic Gymnastics with KGA as our newest addition.

Tatsiana Miashkova

Tatsiana is originally from Belarus, where she trained in Synchronised Swimming. Tatsianais a Master of Sport International Class, a Champion of Belarus on multiple occasions, European Champion finalist and a European Cup silver and bronze medallist. Tatsiana had coached the national teams of Belarus, Egypt and Thailand.

Anton Tsypushtanov

Anton is a Ballet Master having completed his studies at the prestigious Academy of Highest Culture Belarus. He has danced professionally for 13 years and toured the world with various organisations and was honoured with “Honoured Artiste of China” for his services. Anton was the Head of Choreography for the Belarus and Thailand before joining KGA’s world class team of coaches.

Yue Jia

Yue Jia was a part of the Malaysia National Rhythmic Gymnastics Team for 7 years and won gold (2017) and silver (2015) at the SouthEast Asian Games (SeaGames). She also placed 3rd at the 13th Junior Rhythmic Asian Championship and took part in the FIGWorld Cup in Tashkent (Uzbekistan), Spain and Berlin. She has completed RAD ballet examinations and has won awards at various ballet competition in Hong Kong, Australia, Philippines and Malaysia. Yue Jia was part of the main cast as Medora in Le Corsaire A Pirates Tales.

Xinyi Chen

Xinyi was part of the USA Junior National team (Artistic) for 3 years. She has obtained her  FIG Academy Level 1 Certification and SG-Coach National Level 1 Certification and is a FIG Brevet 4 Rhythmic Gymnastics Judge for Individual and Group Events. She has also completed Intermediate RG Coaching Course & Intermediate Coaching Principles Course( Gymnastics Australia).




Q. How does Rhythmic Gymnastics differ from Artistic Gymnastics?

Rhythmic gymnastics is a women-only sport, while artistic gymnastics can be performed by both male and female. Aside from that, rhythmic gymnastics involves music and the use of dynamic props (e.g., ribbons, balls, hoops, etc.), while artistic gymnastics is not accompanied by music and involves the use of static props (e.g., beams, vaults, bars, etc.).

Q. What should my child wear?

The standard attire is black leotards and shorts. We will provide one set for every child upon enrolment of a semester of classes. For trials children can wear anything that is not too restrictive and allows them to move freely.

Q. is there an age limit for new members?

KGA students are aged 4 and above, and we cater to all levels of gymnast. It is never too late to start doing any kind of sports and we work with kids to help them improve and learn whether they are taking part to compete in competitions or just doing rhythmic gymnastics for fun and fitness.