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Coach Brittany grew up in Maryland where she started participating in gymnastics at the age of 6. She continued competing through college at James Madison University where she was a member of the club gymnastics team. Coach Brittany has been coaching all ages and levels since she was 14. During the day Brittany is a social worker while working part-time at Dynamic coaching the Bronze Xcel team as well as a variety of rec classes.
Originally from the Boston area attending Reading Memorial High School, I joined my high school’s gymnastics team as a freshman. Through my four years of learning from incredible coaches, I was able to earn a spot competing on balance beam and floor exercise, earn the Most Improved award twice, get voted as a co-captain of the team, then lead my team to an overall 6th place ranking in the state of Massachusetts. My growing passion for the sport and adoration for my own coaches inspired me to coach the sport as well, so at age seventeen I starting coaching in Winchester, Massachusetts. I’m now attending The George Washington University and continuing my coaching endeavors here in the DC area! I am USAG Instructor Certified and USAG SafeSport Certified.
Megan grew up in Florida as a surfer, swimmer, and gymnast. She started gymnastics at age 5 and ended her gymnastics career at age 14. Since leaving gymnastics she worked as a camp counselor, swim coach, surf instructor, and as a gymnastics coach. Gymnastics is where she made all her best memories and she hopes her students will too!
Coach Emily, growing up in Vermont, started gymnastics and soccer when she was 4 years old; which she continued all the way through her senior year in high school. She decided to continue doing gymnastics in college, and went to James Madison University to compete in Division I Gymnastics as a level 10 gymnast. Unfortunately, James Madison University cut 10 sports team (including gymnastics) after only one competition year, but she decided to continue at JMU because she loved the school so much. Coach Emily started coaching for preschool gymnastics at Northern Lights Gymnastics in White River Junction, Vermont, when she was 13 years old, and has continued to coach ever since. When Emily went to college, she would come back during the summer to coach. She also became the director of their summer camp for 3 years. Coach Emily has coached preschool, recreational classes, pre-team, and up to level 8 gymnasts. Emily also played varsity soccer at Hanover High School in Hanover, New Hampshire, where she was the captain her senior year. Coach Emily graduated with her masters in school counseling at St. Bonaventure University in May 2013. Currently, she is working at Bishop O’Connell High School as a school counselor as well as working with Dynamic Gymnastics. When away from work, one of Coach Emily’s favorite places to go is Outer Banks in North Carolina.
Cristian started gymnastics while growing up in Italy, but then switched to hip hop & breakdancing. Throughout the years, he participated in several competitions both as a dancer and judge, and he taught this art form to children. Some years ago, he decided to go back to gymnastics and, for the passion and love for this sport, he decided that he wanted to start coaching. Cristian also works as a physical therapist, he is a CPR/First Aid Certified and is currently working on his doctorate with the Michigan University. He loves spending time with his family and friends, and his favorite hobbies are reading, traveling, and experiencing new cultures.
Zevi, a native New Yorker first started coaching 7 and a half years ago. He spent four years there, moved to California for a year and then Florida for two. In that time he quickly became infatuated with the sport. He now coaches with a greater understanding and love of the sport. When not coaching or tumbling in the gym, Zevi will be biking, hiking, or trying to find a new spot to kick off his shoes and appreciate all that is around him!
Favorite Color: Blue
What is a fun fact about you? “I am a big fan of the Golden Girls and have all of the seasons!”
Taylor grew up in Rochester, NY and competed USAG at The Victors Gymnastics. The highlights of her career were becoming New York State Champion on the uneven bars, balance beam, and all-around in level 5, and the balance beam State Champion in level 7. After high school, she retired from competitive gymnastics and moved to Washington, DC to attend American University. Since she began coaching in 2010, Taylor has taught a variety of gymnastics classes including recreational beginner, intermediate, and advanced, USAG levels 1-5, pre-team, TOPs, tumbling, dance acrobatics, preschool, and adult gymnastics. Outside of the gym, Taylor works in international education, acting as the local coordinator for Chinese high school students studying abroad at five different schools in the DC area. She also loves trying out new restaurants and hanging out with her dog, Koby.
What is your favorite color? Blue
What is your background in gymnastics? “I started gymnastics at age nine and competed through level 6 and competed for my high school team. At age 15, I started coaching gymnastics and have coached for the past 16 years. I am a USAG safety certified coach. “
What is your favorite food? “I love pizza, bananas, seafood, and steak.”