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Danielle Gauntlett


Danielle Gauntlett has been coaching at Inland Empire Gymnastics Academy since it opened in 2004.  No stranger to the challenges and rewards that the sport of gymnastics provides, Danielle spent over 12 years as a competitive gymnast, reaching Level 10.   After a successful career as a competitive gymnast, Danielle now focuses her energy and efforts on coaching other athletes to achieve the same success. Danielle enjoys watching young children grow in to successful young ladies, and prides herself on teaching far more than just gymnastics. Danielle has been coaching professionally since 1999, and she also teaches summer school at a local elementary school. Danielle is First Aid & CPR certified, Safety Certified through USAG, and a professional member of USA Gymnastics. Danielle is constantly looking to learn more about the sport of gymnastics and annually attends national, regional and local congresses, clinics, and coaching seminars in an effort to bring “best practices” back to our gym.

 

Danielle coaches all levels at Inland Empire Gymnastics Academy, however her primary role is as the USAG Compulsory Head Coach.  In this role she is responsible for the development, oversight and coaching of our Women’s USAG Levels 4-6 Competitive Team.

Contact Coach Danielle - coachdanielle@inlandempiregymnastic.com


Jeremy Rivera


Jeremy Rivera has been coaching at Inland Empire Gymnastics Academy since 2004.  A “man of many hats”, Jeremy’s talents in and out of the gym are quite diverse, including cheer, tumbling, and gymnastics.  Jeremy’s cheer background includes coaching and choreographing for nationally ranked junior high and high school squads since 1999, as well as being on staff for 9 years with United Spirit Association.  Jeremy also keeps current on the “latest in cheer” as a member of the nationally ranked PACE Empire All-Stars team in Westminster.  Jeremy is AACCA and USASF certified in Tumbling Levels 1-5, Baskets Level 2-5, and Partner Stunts 1-5.  In the gymnastics world, Jeremy is a professional member of USA Gymnastics for both men’s and women’s gymnastics and is safety certified.  He has coaches everything from recreational to competitive classes for girls and boys. 

 

Jeremy is IEGA's Recreational Program Director and responsible for the development, oversight and coaching of our Level 1-4 girls and boys recreational gymnastics program.  Jeremy also coaches in our tumbling program.

Contact Coach Jeremy - coachjeremy@inlandempiregymnastics.com


Vicki Galeano


Vicki Galeano began coaching at Inland Empire Gymnastics Academy in 2009, however her experiences in the “gymnastics world” are quite extensive. Vicki trained and competed in both the United States and in Columbia, South America.  Finishing her competitive career as a Level 9, Vicki turned to the coaching arena and has been training competitive gymnasts since the age of 17.  (As an interesting side note: Vicki even coached our own coach Danielle for a brief time!)  Vicki feels privileged to be able to do the one thing she loves the most, which is teaching children gymnastics, but she believes that the “lessons between the flips” are just as important.  Developing young people with character, drive, and high self-esteem is the bi-product of a great gymnastics program.  Vicki is First Aid & CPR certified, Safety Certified through USAG and is a professional member of USA Gymnastics in both women’s artistic gymnastics and men’s gymnastics.

 

Vicki coaches all levels at Inland Empire Gymnastics Academy, however her two primary roles are: Developmental Program Director, responsible for the development, oversight and coaching of our team “lead-up” classes (Power Kid, Firecrackers, Dynamites & Mighty Mites), and Head Coach of Inland Empire Gymnastics Academy's USAG Optional Program.

Contact Coach Vicki - coachvicki@inlandempiregymnastics.com


Robert Ito

 

 

Robert Ito began coaching at Inland Empire Gymnastics Academy in January of 2011, however his tenure in the sport of gymnastics is quite lengthy and varied.  Robert says that his love for gymnastics runs very deep and stems from his competitive experiences as a youth.  A graduate of Colombus State University, with a BS in Exercise Physiology and Kinesiolgy, Robert comes to us with 15 years of coaching experience working with athletes from the recreational to elite competitive levels in both men's and women's programs.  Known to the kids at the gym as Coach Ito, Robert is First Aid & CPR certified, Safety Certified through USAG and is a professional member of USA Gymnastics in both women’s artistic gymnastics and men’s gymnastics.  He is also a USAG Men's Gymnastics Judge. 

 

Robert is the Head Coach of our USAG Men's Team, responsible for the development, oversight and coaches in our Boys Program at Inland Empire Gymnastics Academy, with his primary focus being upper level boys recreational classes. With Robert's IEGA's USAG Mens Team Program continues to grow.

Contact Coach Ito - coachito@inlandempiregymnastics.com


Molly Earp

 

 

Molly came to Inland Empire Gymnastics Academy in the Summer of 2010, joining our staff as the SUPER CAMP Director.  "When School's Out -- Camp is In" at IEGA, and Molly works hard to make every day at camp full of fun and engaging!  Molly is also our Birthday Party Coordinator, working hard to make every child's birthday at IEGA memorable, and she works part time in the Front Office. Molly is a sophomore at San Bernardino Valley College and will be transferring to Cal State San Bernardino in the Winter of 2012. 


Stephanie Walti


 

Stephanie Walti  preschool gymnastics coach at Inland Empire Gymnastics Academy 

 

 


Stacy Yates


 

Stacy Yates  preschool and recreational gymnastics coach at Inland Empire Gymnastics Academy 

 

 


Bronc Atencio


 

Bronc Atencio  tumbling coach at Inland Empire Gymnastics Academy 

 

 


Beckie Huxman


 

Beckie Huxman Office Staff and Team Coordinator at Inland Empire Gymnastics Academy. Beckie also helps coordinate competitive meets as well. 

 

 


Sara Willoughby


 

Sara Willoughby Office Staff at Inland Empire Gymnastics Academy 

 

 


Maggie Willis

Maggie is a Junior Coach at Inland Empire Gymnastics Academy.  A USAG Level 9 competitive gymnast, Maggie has been in the gym since the age of two, and she literally eats, sleeps and breaths gymnastics. Though most of her time is spent in training, "When School is Out -- Camp is In" and Maggie is right there in the middle of it; teaching gymnastics, chaperoning field trips, and playing with the campers.  Maggie also does choreography for the gym's USAIGC Copper Team.  Maggie is a senior at Cajon High School in San Bernardino.


Katie Willis

 

Katie Willis is the owner of Inland Empire Gymnastics Academy. A former elementary school teacher and district administrator with San Bernardino City Unified School District, Katie’s interest in gymnastics developed alongside her oldest daughter Maggie. When Maggie’s gym decided to close its doors, Katie chose to open her own program, rather than drive her daughter, five days a week, to another community for training. Though never a gymnast herself, Katie has come to love the sport of gymnastics and all that it can provide for young people. Katie can often be heard saying “you don’t have to be a competitive gymnast to love gymnastics and get something out of it…gymnastics offers something for everyone!”

 

Though most of Katie’s time is spent in the office, she does get a chance to “get out on the floors” and do the thing she loves the most…teaching! Katie coaches our Power Kids classes.


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