Rhythmic Gymnastics is an Olympic Sport that combines the beauty, flow, and elegance of ballet with the athleticism and acrobatic elements of gymnastics. Ballet Centre offers professional instruction and an efficient way for kids to learn the fundamentals of rhythmic gymnastics in Dubai. From traditional moves like ball throwing, rope skipping, and slow-motion dancing, our classes offer something for everyone with programs differentiated by age range.

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A highly skilled rhythmic gymnast possesses the strength and endurance of a seasoned athlete, yet is able to display the grace of a ballerina. Intense gymnastics and ballet training are instrumental to the success of a rhythmic gymnast. The level of ballet skill of an Olympic caliber rhythmic gymnast rivals that of a prima ballerina.

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Benefits for Kids


Gymnastics is one of the most exciting, social, and physical activities a child can take part in. Rhythmic gymnastics is great entertainment for kids and their parents because it’s visually appealing. Even young children can recognize the beauty of a well-executed movement. Rhythmic gymnastics also involves costumes that show off creativity and theatricality.


Rhythmic gymnastics uses dance techniques, so a child can learn to respond positively to public performance. Learning how to present herself in front of an audience will help a child grow into healthy self-esteem.

Injury Prevention

Rhythmic gymnastics builds strength and flexibility throughout the body, but especially in the joints. This protects against injury from sports like soccer or basketball that concentrate on leg strength. Many injuries can be avoided because it’s good for kids to develop balance and coordination skills.


Rhythmic gymnasts must master a variety of specific skills. In order to learn these, children will need discipline and the ability to persevere. This is an important lesson for any child to learn as she grows up.

Social Interaction

Rhythmic gymnastics provides kids with a healthy environment in which they can make friends.

Commonly Asked Questions

The ideal age for starting rhythmic gymnastics is 4-5 years old. This is when the gymnast becomes aware of her own body. This awareness is important because it helps the child to master all the movements and skills required. Most kids can start later than that. If a much older child starts to train rhythmic gymnastics, she may have trouble learning some elements due to a lack of flexibility or strength.

Rhythmic gymnastics usually require more strength and skill than artistic gymnastics, but there are different levels of athletes in both sports which makes it difficult to compare. For example, while an artistic gymnast must perform a routine with a set of skills and elements, a rhythmic gymnast also has the option to show a routine with more difficult skills and elements.

Rhythmic gymnastics is a sport that has been part of the Summer Olympics since 1984. It involves the use of ribbons, hoops (or balls), clubs, and ropes in a choreographed routine. There are many events in rhythmic gymnastics—for example, there is an individual all-around competition where athletes compete to be named the best overall, as well as a group competition where a team of five athletes represents their country.