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2016 LA Lights Tournament of Champions

Posted on Jan 14, 2016 in Blog

The world may be gearing up for the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio, but it is the Los Angeles School of Gymnastics(LASG) heating up with World and Olympic Champions from all over the globe to compete in what has become one of the largest multi-level rhythmic gymnastics competitions in the world, The L.A. Lights Tournament of Champions. Just like the Olympic Games, this event is drawing the best female athletes from the US and around the world, including medalists from previous World and Olympic Games scheduled to compete. L.A. Lights takes place January 22-24 at Veterans Memorial Auditorium Headed by Executive Director of LASG, Alla Svirsky, the nation’s unparalleled leader in the gymnastics industry. Svirsky, a Gymnastics Hall of Fame member, three-time Olympic coach and seven time winner of USA Gymnastics Coach of the Year, has been working...

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LA School of Gymnastics Kicks Off Its 2015 Gymnastics Day Summer Camps with Celebrity Gymnasts

Posted on Jun 15, 2015 in Blog, Hot News, Uncategorized

June 16th, 2015 Los Angeles School of Gymnastics began its award-winning 2015 Summer Gymnastics Day Camps with a burst of excitement last week including the Kiddy Camp, Day Camp, Teen Camp, Day Camps, and an incredible Tumbling Clinic taught by LASG’s own celebrity coaches Yefim Furman and Hallie Mossett! 5th Degree Black Belt Karate teacher, Sensei Dan taught campers the basics of ‘No Contact’ introduction to beginning Karate and hip-hop coach Diana Odajyan who ripped up the floor with her students. Not to mention campers experience 3 hours daily of top-tier coaching and gymnastics everyday from 9 A.M. to 12 P.M. followed by gourmet lunch options that include organic catering from Ingallina’s Sandwich Shop. This amazing experience, from receiving instruction in gymnastics, karate, hip-hop, swimming, creative arts, and physical education, is one of the highest quality camps in Los Angeles, as voted by the...

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