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It is our mission to encourage, develop, promote and control the sport of calisthenics throughout the State of Queensland.  

To coordinate, assist and host state competitions annually and to facilitate state representatives for national competitions.  We also endeavour to encourage the formation and development of calisthenic coaches, clubs, classes and colleges throughout our state, in association with the Australian Calisthenics Federation. 

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We are delighted to announce our 2021 Queensland Coaching Team!

🌟 CONGRATULATIONS 🌟 

Please show your support for the year to come and to our successful coaches for 2021!

#queenslandcali @qsport_aus
Happy Fathers Day to all the men in our lives!

We certainly wouldn’t be here without your support and guidance... have a wonderful day!
The inaugural winner of the ‘CAQI Volunteer of the Year’, Bo Adams was finally presented with her award today!

On the weekend that should have hosted our 2020 CAQI State Championships, Bo was presented today in front of her club mates at the @allstars_calisthenics_academy Showcase by our very own CAQI President, Meg Graham!

Thanks again, Bo for your contribution to our sport in Queensland!

@boadams86 @qsport_aus
Our CAQI Member Spotlight is on Tamika Ridgley from @fraser.coast.calisthenics today!

My greatest calisthenics memory is...
Being on stage!
 
When I'm not doing calisthenics, you'll find me... 
I love athletics!
 
The best thing about calisthenics that I'd love others to know is...
How fun it is to be on stage in beautiful costumes!

#queenslandcali #CAQImemberspotlight
Our CAQI Member Spotlight is on Remy Favier from @westernstars_calidancestudio today!

My greatest calisthenics memory is...
My first Cali concert with my dance family - fun!  My other favourite memories are my lessons in preparation for my first Calisthenics Solo Performance in the upcoming 2020 Western Stars concert.
 
When I'm not doing Calisthenics, you'll find me... 
Spending time with my family and friends, exercising, playing with my pets, playing touch football, or watching movies!
 
The best thing about Calisthenics that I'd love others to know is...
Calisthenics is the fastest growing artistic sport unique to Australia - a mixture of gymnastics, marching, simplified ballet, and modern dance.  Calisthenics has helped my self-esteem and confidence in a friendly and caring environment - Miss Jess is amazing!  Cali helps me to be fit, happy and active.

#queenslandcali #caqimemberspotlight
Our CAQI Member Spotlight is on Tanya Seeto from @suncoastcalisthenics_official today!

My greatest calisthenics memory is...
Going on stage as aMaster with a great group of friends!

When I’m not doing calisthenics, you’ll find me...
Reading a good book or camping with friends!

The best thing about calisthenics that I’d love others to know is...
That you don’t need to have flexibility or dance skills. Routines are worked around what people can or can not do!

#queenslandcali #CAQImemberspotlight
Our CAQI Member Spotlight is on Kiara Shaw from @helensvalecalisthenics today!

My greatest calisthenics memory is...
Travelling to America with my club and performing at Disneyland. It was such a great experience and we all had so much fun!

When I’m not doing calisthenics, you’ll find me...
Either watching Netflix, doing homework or hanging out with my friends, but most of my time is spent doing calisthenics!

The best thing about calisthenics that I’d love others to know is...
That Cali is such a fun and unique sport and also that you get the opportunity to perform on stage with your friends!

#queenslandcali #CAQImemberspotlight @kiarashxw
Our CAQI Member Spotlight is on Willow Watt from @rivercitycalidancestudio today!

My greatest calisthenics memory is...
Competing with Juniors at River City for team competitions in 2019. Then when I got into the Juniors state team. I learnt a lot and made heaps of new friends.

When I’m not doing calisthenics, you’ll find me...
I love reading a big juicy book or playing with my adorable dog, John. I also like riding on my bike and spending time in the forest near my house.

The best thing about calisthenics that I’d love others to know is...
Calisthenics suits a range of skills. Even if you’re not good at tricks or not flexible you can still do apparatus. Calisthenics has a range of things to learn and extend yourself on!

#queenslandcali #CAQImemberspotlight

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