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The Calisthenics ACT Coaches Development Weekend will be held on Saturday the 20th of January and Monday the 22nd of January. Saturday’s Workshops will be held at Bom Funk Dance studio, Shop 6.2/37 Jerrabomberra Parkway, Jerrabomberra, NSW. Monday’s workshop will be located at Erindale theatre. Please register online via the Kickstart Registration Form for the workshops.
Saturday 20th January:
Session 1 – Tips and tricks when teaching younger age groups
9:00am – 10:00am
Danni will share her tips and tricks that she has learnt through her time climbing the ladder within sub-juniors. Danni has had incredible success in this age group, she has a winning nationals item under her belt. This is the opportunity to learn how she gets the most from her team.
Session 2 - Aerials Workshop
Cassie is an ex-elite gymnast who has years of gym coaching experience. Cassie will take us through teaching drills and spotting techniques for Aerials, a gymnastic skill that is becoming popular in the calisthenics world. Cassie will teach us how to teach this movement safely and appropriately.
Session 3 - Tips and tricks to manage your time effectively
Belinda Seaman & Caitlin Job
Belinda Seaman and Caitlin Job will provide us with their tips and tricks of getting the most out of older age groups. Belinda will give us insight on time management, and Caitlin will present how to use the time that you have most effectively.
Session 4 – Rules, Rotation and Think Tank
This session will incorporate an update on the ACF rules, a discussion around the fancy item rotation for the upcoming years and an opportunity to check back in from the think tank forum (from September).
Monday 22nd January:
Session 5 – Lighting Seminar
Erindale theatre staff
This is an opportunity to learn what is currently available at Erindale theatre for our lighting. It is also an opportunity for Erindale Theatre staff to inform us on the best way to complete a lighting sheet so that we get what we want, and for them to let us know how they want cues for lighting, curtains and music called.