Flip, twist, tumble and somersault! Who doesn't like to see their child be active, confident and healthy? Joy Koh, Singapore’s highest qualified gymnastics coach, is coming to Hong Kong as part of Stamford American School’s Global Mentor Program to teach children a combination of movement patterns and foundational sports skills. Plus, don’t miss her inspirational talk "Raising Champions" about character building through sports and how to succeed inside and outside of the gym!

DateTimeEvent Ages
Monday, January 1610:15am - 11:15amGymnastics workshop4 to 5 years old
Monday, January 1611:30am - 12:30pmGymnastics workshop6 to 8 years old
Monday, January 162:00pm - 3:00pm"Raising Champions" talk All ages are welcome
Tuesday, January 1711:30am - 12:30pmGymnastics workshop4 to 5 years old

Where (Gymnastics Workshops): The Little Gym, Suite 601, 6/F, World Commerce Centre Harbour City, Tsim Sha Tsui

Where ("Raising Champions" talk): Stamford American School Admissions Office, Two Exchange Square, Level 40, Suites 4005-4007, 8 Connaught Place, Central

RSVP: Register for a gymnastics workshop and/or Joy's talk by completing the form below. Due to limited places, all entries will be placed in a lucky draw ballot. Drawn names will be informed by January 10th.

About Global Mentor Joy Koh

Joy Koh is currently the highest qualified FIG Coach (Level 3) and FIG Judge (Cat II) for Gymnastics in Singapore and Hong Kong. She served on the committee of Singapore Gymnastics and holds coaching and judging workshops for the National Sport Association as well. Prior to coaching at international schools in Singapore, she coached in Australia for 3.5 years and coached at the prestigious International Gymnastics Camp in USA in the summer of 2011, alongside Olympic & World Champions Nastia Liukin, Paul Hamm and Danell Leyva. In addition to her coaching in the gym, she has judged at the SEA Games (2003 Hanoi, 2007 Korat, 2011 Palembang, 2015 Singapore), Commonwealth Games (2014 Glasgow), Asian Games (2006 Qatar, 2010 Guangzhou), World Cup (2007 Shanghai, 2013 Anadia), and World Championships (2011 Tokyo, 2013 Antwerp, 2014 Nanning).


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