Tatiana became a "Master of Sport" at the young age of 14 years old, was a member of the National Ukrainian team and has been teaching rhythmic gymnastics for 42 years. She worked in a sports school for 15 years in Kiev. During that time, some of her gymnasts became members of the Ukrainian team.
Tatiana moved to Australia in 1992. She started coaching at Endeavour Hills Gymnastics Club and held the role of Victorian Rhythmic Gymnastics High Performance Centre Head Coach from 1994-2002. She became an Australian Olympic Team Coach in 1996 (Atlanta Games).
During that time, Tatiana also set up her own Club to further develop the sport in Melbourne for gymnasts of all levels: initially known as “Melbourne School of Rhythmic Gymnastics”, it got renamed Glen iris Rhythmic Gymnastics Club. The Club has had gymnasts compete nationally and internationally now for over 20 years.
Tatiana is a FIG rhythmic gymnastics judge. She regularly judges at competitions including the Australian Gymnastics Championships or Pacific Rim/International qualification competitions.
Tatiana is a passionate and experienced Head Coach with extensive international reach. She shares her wisdom, knowledge and skills with all her gymnasts and students. She runs the Victorian Rhythmic Gymnastics squad on a quarterly basis designed to develop athletes in level 4-6 and runs masterclasses at the Club for gymnasts from all around Victoria.
Jess Tseitlin was a rhythmic gymnast for 13 years.
She was a member of the Victorian State Team. With the State team she represented Victoria and competed at the Australian National Championships and a multitude of intestate and international competitions.
She has been coaching since 2019. She loves to share her passion and knowledge for the sport with the younger gymnasts. She understands what they need to improve and expresses themselves based on her experiences.
Angelina Pham has done rhythmic gymnastics at Glen Iris Gymnastics for nine years. Since she
was ten years old, she has been selected to represent Victoria at the Australian National
Championships placing both individually and in groups. Angelina has also competed in many
international competitions in Italy, France, Japan, China and Singapore. She
has trained at the Australian Institute of Sport and training camps overseas, gaining skills,
experience and a different perspective on rhythmic gymnastics.
Angelina decided to become a coach to continue her passion for rhythmic gymnastics. She
wants to share her experience and ensure all gymnasts can achieve their goals in a safe
and comfortable environment. She reflects on her special time as a gymnast and hopes that her
gymnasts can experience the same things she did and more.