St. Louis Spirits Gymnastics Club Applauds Three Coaches Upon Their Graduation from Spirits University Training Program

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St. Louis Spirits Gymnastics Club is celebrating the graduation of three trainers, Madeline Burgess, Katrina Rebholz, and Sarah Mohrmann, from Spirits University on February 1, 2015.

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After having such positive experiences at St. Louis Spirits Gymnastics Club, all three young women decided to enter the Spirits University training program to become coaches for younger gymnasts.

On February 1, 2015, three trainees from St. Louis Spirits Gymnastics Club graduated from the club's rigorous training program, called Spirits University, and officially became coaches at the athletic facility upon completion of the program.

The three new coaches, Madeline Burgess, Katrina Rebholz, and Sarah Mohrmann, all had experience participating in and/or working for the St. Louis Spirits Gymnastics Club prior to entering the Spirits University. Burgess and Rebholz are both competitive gymnasts at the facility and have been "part of the Spirits family since they were two and three years old, respectively," says Kris Rogers, the owner of St. Louis Spirits Gymnastics Club. Mohrmann originally joined the facility as a volunteer, working in the facility's Busy Bodies program, which provides gymnastic lessons for children with special needs.

After having such positive experiences at St. Louis Spirits Gymnastics Club, all three young women decided to enter the Spirits University training program to become coaches for younger gymnasts.

“I couldn't be prouder of Madeline, Sarah and Katrina," Rogers says. "These three young women are a highly-motivating influence on all of the students and coaches. The energy and enthusiasm they bring to St. Louis Spirits Gymnastics Club is positively infectious.”

The Spirits University consists of book work, professional educational videos, and hands-on training with professional coaches at the St. Louis Spirits Gymnastics Club. In order to graduate from the program, trainees must take a written exam and conduct a gymnastics class which is observed by Rogers. First and foremost, the training focuses on safety, for both the students and the coaches. Teaching strategies and class management are also a major part of Spirits University training, and trainees also study the facility's character education program, which encourages students to develop positive skills and attitudes both inside and outside the gym.

About St. Louise Spirits Gymnastics Club

The St. Louis Spirits Gymnastics Club offers a wide variety of programs, including cheerleading classes, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, tumbling, camps and more. Each program is offered at various levels to accommodate both beginners and experienced individuals. Operating with the motto "We nurture 'health esteem,'" the St. Louis Spirits Gymnastics Club continues to serve as an important location for community fitness. To learn more, visit http://spiritsgym.com

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