Find out what Rosemore Calisthenics is all about.

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What is Calisthenics?

Calisthenics is an Australian dance sport which involves a team of participants learning routines choreographed to music and presenting these routines on stage at competitions and concerts. Pupils learn between four and seven routines throughout the year. In addition, participants can compete in solo and duo items.
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Our mission.

At Rosemore Calisthenics it is our mission to continue the growth of Calisthenics in Queensland, whilst creating a fun, friendly, successful club environment.

Where you can find us.

Located on the Northside.
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The Rosemore story.

Started by Mandy Roser and Sarah Morey, Rosemore was set up to help bridge the gap of Calisthenics in Queensland. Opening in 2008, the club started with just a competitive seniors team of eight. With Tinies, Sub Junior and a Masters team commencing in 2015 and 2016, Rosemore has gone from strength to strength with teams winning various regional competitions, becoming state champions in 2010 and 2012, as well as competing at interstate competitions.
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When we train.

Tinies - Saturdays 8.30am-10.00am at Ascot State School Hall.

Sub Juniors - 10.00am-12.00pm at Ascot State School Hall.

Masters - Wednesday 7.00pm-9.00pm at Ascot State School Hall.

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How to get started.

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Get in touch.

For enquires or to register your interest for any of our age groups, please contact us.

Call Michele Pink on 0433 001 231 or email