Owner / Manager
I started gymnastics at the age of 4, competing all the way up to level 7. At the age of 12, I began coaching along side my training. This lead to me to the goal of one day opening a gym. In 2018 that goal was reached when Gravity Gym was opened. The aim was to open an all inclusive gym, where everyone could develop their skills and love for gymnastics. After only 9 months of being open, Gravity Gym was nominated for ‘Best Medium Gym of the Year’ award which was an outstanding achievement. We were then awarded ‘Winner’ of the “Local Business Awards – 2019” New business category.
I have been an Advanced Silver Men’s and Women’s coach for over 30 years as well as having my own Primary School Gymnastics program (A&L Gurtner Gym Sports). In the past I have competed at a State and National Level as well as judging at State, National and International level.
Donna was an elite gymnast, achieving the Top 3 in NSW every year of competition. She represented Australia, finishing her career training Junior International at the Australian Institute of Sport.
I have been coaching since I was 12 years old teaching a wide range of classes and Gym sports. I’ve coached competitive gymnastics as well as, recreational, Sports Acro classes and Trampoline. I am also a UOW lecturer, teaching coaching to PE teachers and have previously lectured for Gymnastics NSW. After starting my own family I moved into Kinder Gym coaching as I enjoy the chance to develop children at the very beginning of their gymnastics journeys.
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I started gymnastics when I was 5 and have competed up to level 8 which I am currently training in. I started coaching because I love helping kids and teaching them about the sport I have loved my whole life.
I was a dancer for many years prior to getting a job at Flip out. It was at Flip out that I started teaching kids which inspired me to push myself and become a coach. I’ve completed my Intermediate coaching qualification. I love teaching kids new skills as well as assisting them reaching their goals.
I began gymnastics at a young age, but enjoyed being a leader and teacher which led me to become a gymnastics coach. I am now able to teach young girls and boys a sport I enjoy.
I started gymnastics when I was 4 years old and continued competitively until I was 12. I have competed as a level 4 gymnast as well as a level 8 acrobat, which has seen me grow a love for the sport. While still being in high school, I also really enjoy playing hockey and spending time with my friends and family whenever I can.