The coaching staff at Castle Rock School of Gymnastics is exceptional. They are trained to work with children in a safe and enthusiastic way, while teaching basic through advanced skills in the sport. The focus of the Castle Rock School of Gymnastics staff is not only to have fun and form your child into a gymnast; it is about leadership, setting goals and life lessons. Our coaches are USAG, CPR, and safety certified. Background checks are conducted every two years on every coach.
Dani started gymnastics when she was four years old at Rock Solid. She competed there until Level 5 when she moved to Aerials Gymnastics in Colorado Springs. Her family moved to Florida at that time and she competed at La Flores Gymnastics in Largo. They then moved back to Colorado where she continued competing at Omega Gymnastics until she came to Castle Rock School of Gymnastics and competed under Coach Amanda. Dani competed in high school gymnastics her freshman year at Castle View High School with Lisa Fischer and then switched to cheerleading where she competed on the varsity team four years. Dani then moved to Florida and competed for All Star Cheer at Rock Solid on their Level 5 co-ed team. Dani started coaching her senior year of high school at Chameleon Gymnastics. She was there a year and then coached at Apollo Gymnastics in Florida. Dani began training for fitness competitions and competed four times in every division except Women’s Physique. She began coaching at Castle Rock School of Gymnastics in 2014. Dani still does fitness competitions and likes to sing and play the piano in her spare time.
- First Aid, CPR, and safety certified
-USAG National Women’s Gymnastics Coaching certification
-USAG National General Gymnastics certification
-Numerous coaching workshops
Betsy started gymnastics at 7 years old at Castle Rock Gymnastics. She competed C.A.R.A. levels 4 and 5 while at CR Gymnastics and All American Gymnastics. Betsy qualified for regionals and state at All American as a level 5. Betsy was training for E.A.G.L.E.S. optionals when she tore the ligaments in her ankle. After two ankle injuries Betsy decided to stop competing and continue gymnastics recreationally at All American until she was 16.
Betsy began coaching as an assistant at age 13 while still at All American Gymnastics. At 17 she began coaching at Rock Solid Gymnastics to preschool, levels 1, 2, and 3. She stayed there until leaving for college in the fall of 1999. Betsy attended Whittier College in Whittier, CA. While there she earned a BA in Business Administration and a minor in Economics.
Betsy began coaching again in September 2004 at Castle Rock School of Gymnastics teaching preschool through level 2 girls. In June 2005 Betsy moved to California, teaching at Inland Empire Gymnastics Academy. While she was only there for six months, Betsy was in charge of all preschool classes. She also taught recreational levels 1, 2 and 3, as well as junior team and pre team. Betsy is now back at CRSG teaching preschool and girls Level 1 through compulsory girls team.
In her spare time Betsy loves drag racing and races her super comp dragster as often as she can.
First Aid, CPR, Safety Certified
USAG Professional Member
Various Coaching Seminars
Jessie started coaching at Castle Rock School of Gymnastics in November 2008. She began her gymnastics career when she was seven years old at Parker School of Gymnastics, training for 11 years. While at Ponderosa High School, she competed during her senior year. Her favorite and best event was floor.
Jessie attended the National Personal Training Institute, graduating in December of 2008. She received her diploma after two years in the program and has now obtained her personal training certifications.
Jessie enjoys working out, snowboarding, hiking and playing with her dogs, Tilly and Toby. She really enjoys working with all the students at Castle Rock School of Gymnastics.
CPR & First Aid certified
USA Gymnastics Safety certified
USA Gymnastics Instructor certified