Rhythmic Gymnastics of Indiana

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1 May 2019:   2019 Summer Camp Registrations

Rhythmic Gymnastics of Indiana would like to invite your child to learn more about Rhythmic Gymnastics and all the benefits of the sport. Your child will experience the beauty of the sport. We can not wait to share our experience with your child. Kids will improve in flexibility, coordination, fitness, dance skills, strength, social skills, and confidence

If you are new to RGI then Click here to register. After you register you can sign up for summer camps from the same website. Once you login, click on Find Classes.
If you already attend RGI, then click here to login to the Parent Portal. Once you login, click on Find Classes.
Or, you can call (317)888-8488

Summer Camp will be at the Hamilton County Sports Complex.

What your child will learn during the 1 week camp:
Ballet, Dance, Tumbling, Rhythmic Apparatus skills with Rope, Ball, Hoop, Ribbon and Clubs
as well as Stretching and Conditioning.

Kids will showcase Rhythmic Gymnastics routine at the end of the camp and receive a complimentary Rhythmic Gymnastics Ribbon!

All the Age groups will start at the same time but kids will be split into separate age groups: (4-5 years old), (6-8 years old), and (9 - up years old).

Session Price $120.00/week (Minimum of 6 kids need to be signed up to keep Session open) If you register before May 25th you will get 10% discount.
You are welcome to register for after camp hours from 12:30 - 3:30pm for an additional cost of $110.00/week (Minimum of 5 kids need to be signed up to keep after camp hours open.)

16 Dec 2018:   RGI Christmas Recital

Everyone had a great time at the RGI 2018 Christmas Recital. Great job to everyone on their performances.

25 Feb 2018:   Rhythmic Challenge, Lake Placid

Congratulations to Gloria for placing 4th in Ball at the USA Rhythmic Challenge and Invitational, held at Lake Placid. N.Y

10 Feb 2018:   Valentine's Invitational, Michigan

Left to right: Ryann: Level-5 Junior-A Silver Medal (2nd place). Marin: Level-6 Junior-B Silver Medal (2nd place) Rope. Alexis: Level-6 Junior-B Silver Medal (2nd place) All Around. Lana: Level-6 Junior-B Gold Medal (1st place) All Around. Katerina: Level-7 Junior-B Gold Medal (1st place) All Around. Sofia: Level-8 Junior-B Silver Medal (2nd place) All Around.

27 Jan 2018:   Princess Cup Championships, Estonia

Gloria at the International 2018 Princess Cup Championships in Tallinn Estonia, 9th All Around in the FIG Senior division.

Rhythmic Gymnastics

Rhythmic Gymnastics is a unique blend of dance, art and sport. It combines elements of ballet, modern dance, basic acrobatic skills and manipulation of five hand apparatus (rope, hoop, clubs, ball and ribbon). The essence of Rhythmic Gymnastics is its ability to allow you to express yourself through elegant and graceful movements. This elegance and grace shines from the Rhythmic Gymnast in many ways. Their precision, choreography, flexibility and presentation awe the viewer like few other sports. The benefits of the Rhythmic Gymnastics on female development are endless. Girls enrolled in a Rhythmic Gymnastics program will demonstrate progress in a number of key developmental areas. Some of these areas include flexibility, grace, balance, strength, agility and hand-eye coordination. Serving the Noblesville, Fishers and Carmel area.

Rhythmic Gymnastics of Indiana

What is Rhythmic Gymnastics?

Rhythmic Gymnastics is a unique blend of the dance, art and sport. It combines elements of ballet, modern dance, basic acrobatic skills and manipulation of five hand apparatus (rope, hoop, clubs, ball and ribbon). The essence of Rhythmic Gymnastics is its ability to allow you to express yourself through elegant and graceful movements. This elegance and grace shines from the Rhythmic Gymnast in many ways. Their precision, choreography, flexibility and presentation awe the viewer like few other sports.

The benefits of the Rhythmic Gymnastics on female development are endless. Girls enrolled in a Rhythmic Gymnastics program will demonstrate progress in a number of key developmental areas. Some of these areas include flexibility, grace, balance, strength, agility and hand-eye coordination.

At RGI, we teach a variety of Rhythmic classes at various age and skill levels to best match the needs of your child.

Rhythmic is great supplemental training for baton twirling and artistic gymnastics.

What classes are offered?
Pre-Rhythmic

This is an introduction to Rhythmic Gymnastics for the 4 to 5 year old child. The child will learn a variety of jumps, basic gymnastic skills, ballet, and dance. The class will incorporate basic locomotor movements involving different skills and stretches appropriate to the age of the child as well as an introduction to the rhythmic equipment: ball, hoop, clubs, rope, and ribbon.

Beginner Rhythmic

This series of classes consist of instruction in basic skills in ballet, dance, and rhythmic equipment. This is an introductory level, familiarizing students with the basic body elements and equipment used in rhythmic gymnastic.

Competitive and Performing Team

At this level gymnasts must show physical ability in performing skills and routines, must be mentally prepared, and posses a positive attitude and work ethic. Team training time will be divided between intense workouts in flexibility, strength, endurance and the mastering of skills with each apparatus.

Where do your classes meet at?

Unless otherwise specified all classes meet at Hamilton County Sports Complex, which is located at 9625 150 St, Noblesville, IN 46060.

Great! So how do I sign up?

To sign up simply visit our signup page. Please feel free to try your first class for free.

The class schedule is shown on our schedule. Please just show up to one of these classes for your free class.