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Rhythmic Ancaster is the first rhythmic gymnastics club in the Hamilton area. We are family run and are looking to develop the sport throughout the region and share our passion with the local community.

Katia Musin

Head coach, Founder

Katia started her rhythmic gymnastics career at the age of 5. After moving to Canada Katia competed nationally as an individual and group gymnast. In 2010 and 2011 Katia represented Canada at  2 World Cups and 2 World Championships in Aesthetic group gymnastics.

In 2017, Katia graduated with a BFA in Dance from Ryerson University. She has been teaching dance, coaching gymnastics and choreographing internationally for over 15 years. 


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Lena Musin

Program director, Founder

Lena is a former dancer with a choreographic background. She has over 20 years of rhythmic gymnastics experience and knowledge of the inner workings of the sport. Lena is a proud and passionate rhythmic gymnastics mom. 

Tamilla Useinova


Tamilla started her rhythmic gymnastics career at the age of 4.  

Achieved Master of Sports - Rhythmic Gymnastics in Ukraine.

Mother of two, who is interested in child psychology, enjoys working with kids, recognizing that each child is different and needs individual care and treatment.


Emily Hranovich


Emily started to do gymnastics at a young age. She is a current member of the National Team of Canada and hopes to make it to the 2024 Paris Olympics. 


Alisa Godovanny


Alisa competed in rhythmic gymnastics both nationally and internationally. Alisa represented Canada at the 2017 Rhythmic Gymnastics Junior Group World Championships in Pesaro, Italy and competed individually in Greece, and all around Canada.

Alisa is currently completing a bachelor’s degree of engineering at McMaster University while continuing to coach and share her gymnastics passion with young gymnasts.


Natasha Chernysheva


Natasha began rhythmic gymnastics at the age of 6, competing for a decade before ending the sport. She is a Canadian National Novice group silver medalist. Now, Natasha is a passionate coach who hopes to inspire her students. 

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