Please note that, as of March 13 and until further notice, the City of Montreal is closing all sports facilities. Questo will not be giving classes until further notice.
The registration for Questo summer camp is also suspended until further notice.
Questo is one of Canada's leading rhythmic gymnastics clubs and is designated as an Elite club by the City of Montreal.
Year after year, our competitive stream produces provincial and national champions, and numerous members of the Canadian National Team.
Questo's top gymnasts have participated in World Cups and World Championships, Pan-American and Pacific Rim Championships, Commonwealth Games, and University Games. In 2010, Questo gymnast Maria Kitkarska represented Canada at the Junior Olympic Games in Singapore.
The Questo coaching team includes ten coaches and six assistants/monitors. All Questo coaches are NCCP certified.
The coaching team includes three national-level coaches with national and international experience who consistently lead Questo gymnasts to become members of Senior and Junior National Teams.
Questo choreographers and ballet instructors came from leading Russian ballet schools and have experience in ballet, dance performance, and coaching.
Questo's Head Coach Natalia Popova has been awarded with the 2019 Coach Of The Year award.
In 1951, young immigrants from Estonia formed a group to practice rhythmic gymnastics. In 1958, they officially founded the School of Modern Gymnastics. The School's gymnasts participated in the 1974 World Gymnaestrada, and in the Opening Ceremony of the 1976 Olympic Games in Montreal.
In 1979, the School became a rhythmic gymnastics club and was named 'Questo' (Quebec+Estonia).