Jeannie started Rhythmic Gymnastics at the age of 7 and pursued it for 6 years before retiring. In her years as a gymnast, she represented Malacca state in MSSNM, MSSM, Sports Excel, National Championships and SUKMA. She has trained under Ms Julia Ivanova (the current national coach for the Malaysian RG team). Jeannie has been a CSRG coach since 2013 with level 2 coaching qualifications sanctioned by Malaysian Gymnastics Association (MGF). She is passionate about bringing out the best in her students and with that, pushes her gymnasts to their best abilities. Her students have qualified and achieved good results at various state and national competitions such as MSSS, MSSD, Bakat and National Circuit.
El Regina Tajudin
El Regina was selected for the Malaysia national Rhythmic Gymnastics team in 1995. She was coached by Mrs Irina Gabashvili and has competed in countries such as Australia, Canada, Uzbekistan, China and Russia. Her achievements include being part of the 1998 Commonwealth Games gold medal winning team (together with Carolyn Au Yong), and was awarded the Pingat Pangkuan Negara (PPN) by the late Yang Di-Pertuan Agong Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah. Regina has more than a decade of experience coaching Rhythmic Gymnastics. She believes in contributing to the development of the sport at the grassroots and young gymnast levels. She enjoys watching her students grow and developing their talents in the sport.
Alice Masdewi Cheah
Alice started Rhythmic Gymnastics at the age of 7 and pursued it for 11 years before retiring in 2015. In her years as a gymnast, she represented Selangor state and competed in national competitions such as MSSS & MSSM, SUKSES VIII 2009, SUKSES IX 2012, and SUKMA 2012. Trained under Ms. Katja Kleinveldt (Germany) and Ms. Valeyria (Russia), Alice has competed overseas in countries such as Japan, Korea and China. Being the youngest coach at CSRG, she is fresh in her skills and believes in sharing her experience and knowledge with the next generation of gymnasts.
Sybella started Rhythmic Gymnastics at the age of 11 and pursued it for 4 years. In her years as a gymnast, she represented Penang in various State competitions. She also has a background in ballet. Sybella is a child psychologist and coupled with her passion for Rhythmic Gymnastics, she finds it enriching to see progress in young girls when they not only learn the fundamentals of RG but also when they learn discipline, team work, and dedication at an early age which is pertinent to their development.
Neroshah started Rhythmic Gymnastics at the age of 7 and pursued it for 7 years. In her years as a gymnast, she represented Malacca state in MSSM, SUKMA and Sport Excel competitions. She has been trained by Ms Julia Ivanova (the current national coach for the Malaysian RG team). Neroshah has a degree in Communications and Media Management. She coaches as a way of expression of her passion for the sport and believes in being a positive influence to her students.