ABOUT KALEV

Kalev Estienne Rhythmic Gymnastics is a non-profit organization and is an affiliated member of Gymnastics Ontario and Gymnastics Canada. Having been founded in 1951, it is the oldest and largest school of Rhythmic Gymnastics in Canada. With a lasting and prestigious legacy, Kalev is directly affiliated with multiple contributions to the sport of Rhythmic Gymnastics both nationally and internationally. 


WHAT DOES KALEV OFFER?

Kalev Estienne Rhythmic Gymnastics Centres offers a wide variety of rhythmic gymnastics training for all ages. With developmental programs for young children (4-6 years) and children (7-9 years), as well as programs for young teens (10-12 years) and teens (13 and up), we train youth of various groups based off age and ability. Participants develop balance, flexibility, coordination, and motor skill strength in a fun and stimulating environment. 

LOCATIONS:

  PAN AM CENTRE  Unionville 16 Main St.  Markham

PAN AM CENTRE
Unionville 16 Main St.
Markham

  WILLOWWOOD GYM  55 Scarsdale Rd.  York Mills & Leslie

WILLOWWOOD GYM
55 Scarsdale Rd.
York Mills & Leslie

  LAWRENCE PARK COMMUNITY CHURCH   Bayview near Lawrence

LAWRENCE PARK COMMUNITY CHURCH
Bayview near Lawrence

  KOREAN CHURCH GYM  67 Scarsdale Rd.  ork Mills & Leslie

KOREAN CHURCH GYM
67 Scarsdale Rd.
ork Mills & Leslie



FUN FACTS ABOUT RHYTHMIC GYMNASTICS

  • The first Canadian Rhythmic Gymnastics National Team (1971) consisted of Kalev members Connie Lindenberger, Melanie Ivey and Susanne Mihkelson.

  • The use of ribbon grew out of China!

  • Rhythmic gymnastics was original for both men and women.