The training program includes:

  • general and special physical training in artistic gymnastics;
  • running/jumping ropes;
  • flexibility/stretching;
  • swimming/hardening;
  • exercises to develop balance;
  • elements of martial arts.

To achieve tangible results and maintain the attained level, it is recommended to train at least 3 times a week for 4-6 hours during each session.

We offer the following training formats:

  • free training (for reviews) with independent completion of the home tasks;
  • free training for individuals with an already high level of expertise (to be discussed on an individual basis);
  • individual classes or classes in small groups (up to 5 people) for $500 per month, which includes 12 training sessions lasting 4-6 hours each;
  • a strictly individualized program for $1500 per month, offering 12-16 training sessions, each lasting 4-6 hours.

You can certainly find sports programs that are less expensive, but they often come with certain drawbacks such as overcrowded classes and disinterested coaches. Achieving even average sports results can be challenging under these conditions.


On the other hand, if you opt for a more professional approach geared towards competition preparation, a strict selection process often eliminates a significant portion of interested participants. Those who do pass must commit to training in specialized gyms 5-6 times a week, which can disrupt their education and increase the risk of injury.

Mid-range options typically offer a more balanced approach, acknowledging that participants may not aspire to become professional athletes. However, this approach may lack diversified development, including outdoor training and exposure to beneficial elements from other sports.

Our project offers an integrated approach aimed at creating a unique training regimen. We utilize highly effective teaching methods for artistic gymnastics in specific disciplines, along with specialized physical training, universal developmental exercises, and robust conditioning procedures.