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The Tide faces North Carolina Friday night at Coleman Coliseum. 23, , during an NCAA gymnastics meet at Auburn Arena in Auburn, Ala. though, and has been battle-tested with a tough SEC schedule. Obituaries · Jobs · Autos · Real Estate · Apartment Rentals · Classifieds · Local Businesses. The University of North Carolina gymnastics team released its schedule for the season on Tuesday, just under three months before it. Class Schedule · Classes Offered · Competitive Hillsborough's Only Fully Equipped Olympic Size Dance and Gymnastics Facility. Faulkner's is proud to have been voted Top Dance Studio for 10 Straight Years in Orange County - , Top Cailee Pulido - UNC Charlotte "Gold Dusters" Dance Team (3rd year).
She is happily married and has three boys: Bentley, Zander and Beckett. Her oldest two boys take classes at Salem and have loved it here! Everyone that I have met at Salem have been so nice and made the transition to working part-time a breeze! When she was eight years old she started on the Salem Dance Team and discovered her passion.
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She currently is a preschool teacher at Parkway Preschool and works part-time in our Front Office. Devin married her high school sweetheart in November and they live in Rural Hall. She is happily married to Donny Poplawski and they we have two children; Olivia and Nicolas who both attend classes here.
She is very involved with her children, very outgoing and adventurous, loves to camp, hike, boat, attend play dates, and is a member at Pinedale Church. It just feels like home here! If someone had told Jeff when he was growing up that he would end up being a gymnastics coach, he would have told them that they were crazy.
Charlene lives in Clemmons with her husband Jeff and two children, Coby and Gracie. He started preschool classes at 3 years old in Greensboro where his coaches noticed his talent from the start. As a boy he also played baseball, basketball and soccer and was also involved in martial arts, but gymnastics was the one sport that he always loved and was devoted to.
Beau joined the power tumbling and trampoline team at Tumblebees in Greensboro where he competed from the age of 8 up until he was 18 — and won 4 U.
In win over Brown, UNC gymnasts support greater cause, each other
He started coaching at the age of 16 and it quickly became his new passion. He coached in all parts of the U. He views his greatest achievement by far to be playing a role in getting aspiring athletes onto high school and college teams. Beau works in all areas of the company.
Arien continued her gymnastics career at North Carolina State University where she specialized on balance beam. In her sophomore year she suffered an ankle injury that prevented her from competing for two seasons.
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It was during this time that she fell more in love with coaching and motivating her teammates. This time helped shaped her into the coach that she is today. Upon graduating from N. State with a Undergrad in Sports Management she decided to move to the Winston-Salem area where she got to work with and learn from her club gymnastics coach, Mike. Fast forward 12 years later, she has had coaching success at the State and Regional level and is eager and excited to create young and well-balanced gymnasts.
Arien and her husband, Chris Young where married in June of and they have two young boys, Skylar 4 and Layton 2. They hope to continue to spread the joys of gymnastics and encourage the youth in our community! He trained at Salem with his longtime coach, Bob Kohut, through high school, becoming back-to-back National Vault Champion in Chris attended the University of Minnesota, then came back to North Carolina to train again with Bob to chase his dream of becoming an Olympian.
An Achilles tear in January stopped his Olympic dream from coming to fruition, however he did compete at the Olympic Trails. Chris has coached boys gymnastics ever since then, and now he is back where it all started.
He is married to Salem coach Arien, and has four children: She has coached gymnastics for over a decade, taking time off only to finish school and raise her now teenage son.UNH Women's Gymnastics vs North Carolina (Feb. 2, 7:00 p.m.)
Growing up in a missionary household has allowed her to travel to over ten countries. Occasionally she is asked to be a guest speaker on a local radio station to talk about music and other topics. She is extremely excited to be coaching gymnastics again, especially here at Salem. Erin was 6 years old she began competing in gymnastics and was 12 when she started teaching. She competed through her senior year of high school and then took a job coaching gymnastics in Asheville, NC where she coached several state and regional champions.
Erin returned to Winston-Salem in and began coaching at Salem Gymnastics. She is thankful for the opportunity to work with so many different and talented children, and hopes to help teach them valuable lessons for both the gym and life.
Hattie has coached gymnastics from beginner to Level 10 for over eight years. Specializes in coaching Levels 5 - Currently is a fourth-year Ph. Hattie has been coaching at Faulkner's for over six years. Nina has spent summers at the Boston Ballet and Richmond Ballet. Nina currently is a professional dancer with the Greensboro Ballet and also teaches in their school. Karissa has been coaching for several years and specializes in pre school, recreational and competitive gymnastics classes.
At UNC, Abby is a member of the first co-ed hip-hop team on campus, KamiKazi, and has performed and choreographed for various other collegiate groups.
Abby has been dancing since the age of 5 and was a cheerleader in middle and high school.
She placed 3rd at Nationals with her Musical Theater solo her senior year, as well as winning various group awards in hiphop, jazz, lyrical, contemporary, and tap.
Amanda is a former Level 9 Gymnast where she trained at Faulkners. Amanda competed for Faulkners for over 7 years and was with the program for over 9 years.
Amanda has coached gymnastics for over 4 years.
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Taught recreation and competitive dance classes, solos, duets and trios at Starpath Dance Academy Was an instructor for the Carolina Stars Summer Camp. During her time of study, Calleah was given the opportunity to work and perform with professional choreographers and dance companies, as well as choreograph some pieces of her own for various events.
Calleah has trained mainly in ballet and modern, and has much experience in lyrical and African dance.