I did gymnastics for a long time. I moved to Florida and right away fell in love with the sport.I teach it now so I'm familiar with strategies and techniques.
I do not own a Gymnasium and I do not have a working area or a work room or a studio. With that being said, it will be a pleasure to get to teach someone. We will have limited skills that we can learn but nothing’s impossible!
We will learn and have fun doing it.
I teach slowly and if the individual is ready I will work your way up to what you're comfortable with. I will never make the individual feel like they’re risking anything or make them feel unsafe. I explain what the skill is and then I might even show it if it’s necessary or if I’m asked too.
I have been teaching gymnastics for almost 6 years now at the place where I was taught when I was younger. I competed many different levels. My favorite event is bars but I love all events too. I made it to level 8 before I eventually decided I didn't want to compete and just wanted to do gymnastics for fun. But I do understand the pressure and the need to want to get better at gymnastics.
I teach from kids in preschool to kids that’s are 13 years of age.
If I am right for you, Contact me so I can help achieve the gymnastic goals you want.
Quite an outstanding personality still in motion.
we will slowly work our way up to a skill if you don't have a goal or if your goal is you just to learn gymnastics. If you have a specific skill you wanna learn of get better at? We can try many ways to help you understand the skill and then we'll do the skill.
60$ for two hours of gymnastics training.
my only coaches recruited me asked me time if I wanted to work for the gym and since then I fell in love with teaching. I love teaching the sport and showing kids the sport that I fell in love with when I was younger.
i worked with many kids from ages varying from 3 to 13. There's this class I've taught called mommy and me and then preschool and so on.
I work at Fort Lauderdale stars Gymnastics. Been there coaching for almost 6 years right after I decided I did not want to do gymnastics anymoreever since I moved I have eaten, breathed, and slept gymnastics up until now AND I am still doing it!
I can understand the pressure a coach would have on a student. I'm younger than most coaches but I'm sure I'll try hardest to get you to where you would want or need to be. I have an advantage of having done the sport and can still show and demonstrate the sport I also did diving.
What is your goal? How would you like to learn. Are you a visual learner, physical, auditory. In what environment do you think you learn better in? What type of place would you like to practice in?