Kinder Gymnastics

Kinder Gymnastics is a gymnastics class that can be followed by children aged 3.5 to 5 years, as an introduction before being more specific in an artistic gymnastics program. 

Our goal for this class is to give students a solid basic understanding of gymnastics body positions and skills.  Students will use all the equipment used in artistic gymnastics.  Students will practice climbing, rolling, jumping, swinging, bouncing, and hanging, which will help build strength, coordination, flexibility, and focus.

The classes provide an environment for children to develop physical and cognitive skills in a fun and playful way, at their own rate through guided exploration.

Watch your child grow in confidence and skill as they explore an environment that is safe, stimulating, and fun.

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Artistic Gymnastics

Artistic gymnastics is a dynamic sport where gymnasts complete short routines on equipment specially designed for the sport. The game is known for its artistry and grace and requires gymnasts to display exceptional balance, strength, and flexibility while doing somersaults, flips, and other acrobatic moves.

Artistic Gymnastics requires agility, amplitude, coordination, courage, flexibility, power, core, strength, and a combination of artistry and technical precision. 

Women's Artistic Gymnastics perform their exercise on four apparatus - Vault, Uneven Bars, Balance Beam and Floor Exercise. 

While Men’s artistic gymnastics is competing in six events - the floor exercise, the pommel horse, the rings, the vault, the parallel bar, and the high bar

Our training program follows the ALP (Australian Level Program), with a choice of recreational or competitive systems

Recreational gymnasts get to cement the fundamentals of the sport through classes and can transfer the techniques and skills they've picked up to plenty of other sports later in life. There’s no pressure of impending competition. 

Gymnasts practicing recreationally are purely doing it to learn more, stay fit, and have fun. After all, it’s never too late to start, and caters to anyone interested in the sports, from beginners to experts and toddlers to adults, who are looking to enjoy its benefits!

Recreational gymnastics classes take place once or twice a week.

Competitive gymnastics requires a much higher level of commitment – in terms of time, money, pressure, and expectation.

Competitive gymnasts have a more strict schedule. They train for 9 to almost 20 hours a week depending on which level they are in. Skipping training sessions is not an option here unless there is a strong valid reason and the coaches expect a very high commitment and a fast-paced progression.

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Head Programme, Head Coach & Competitive Coach


High Level Senior WAG Coach & MAG Coach


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WAG Coach & Head of Administration


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WAG Coach


WAG - MAG Coach


WAG - MAG Junior Coach


Co-Head of Administration


Front of House & Junior Coach


Nika Gymnastics Kemang
Jl. Kemang Timur Raya no 72 Jakarta Selatan 12730