All coaches hold a level 1 coaching accreditation with the Australian Calisthenic Federation, a current first aid certificate, working with children check and police check.
Erin Owens - Tinies
I started calisthenics when I was 3 yrs old and it has been a major part of my life throughout the years since, not only as a performer but also assisting Tinies, Subbies and Juniors. I became a qualified level coach in 2020 and am excited to share my love of calisthenics with the girls and boys I coach and see their development as they learn and grow. Outside calisthenics I am a mum of 2 baby boys and I am a nurse. I love spending time with my family and friends, water sports and travel.
Calisthenics has been my passion since 2006. I love the variety and performing on stage. I obtained my level 1 in 2017, and find it is so rewarding watching the girls and boys go from strength to strength. I love teaching. I currently work as an NDIS Assistant and run sports programs in primary schools and child care centers, I also enjoy playing netball, dancing and socialising with my friends. If I could do anything in the world I would live in New York City and perform on Broadway.
Courtney Jeantou - Juniors
I started calisthenics in Tinies in 2004 .There are numerous reasons I've continued to love and commit to calisthenics including, the love of dance, the physical and mental challenges learning new choreography, friendships and health benefits. I am in my 6th year as a coach and have developed a whole new respect for the sport. I am currently studying to become a teacher specialising in Health and PE. I found that I am able to cross over my knowledge from each aspect of my life to ensure I'm the best coach I can possibly be. If I could be anything in the world I would become Santiago from 'Brooklyn nine nine'. She's smart, determined, funny and is lucky enough to hang with Peralta/Andy Samberg all day.
Jessica Germain - Intermediates
I started calisthenics when I was 3 years old, I did three classes then left. I returned when I was 5 years old and have not looked back. When I was growing up I loved making up pretend routines and I had all the ideas in the world I couldn't wait to become a coach. I have now been coaching since 2007. I love the sport and want to share my passion with other young girls and boys. Outside of calisthenics I am beauty therapist and a mum which doesn't leave much time for hobbies. If I could be anything in the world I would love to be a billionaire, I wouldn't have to work, I could take holidays whenever I felt like it.
Ronnie Howlett - Seniors My mum enrolled me in calisthenics when I was a little girl, 38 years later and coaching for the last 23 years I am still as passionate as ever. I love everything about calisthenics and I want the girls that I coach to love it with the same passion that I have. When they do, it makes all the time and hard work worth it. Outside of calisthenics I am a primary PE teacher. I love reading, swimming and socialising with friends. If I could do anything in the world, I would love to get paid to try out holiday destinations.
Kimberley Walkerden - Coaches Mentor I love calisthenics and I love working with kids. Calisthenics has been apart of my life for the last 48 years. I have been truly blessed to have coached for 37 years. I have seen students learn to count, learn their left from right and watched them grow up into beautiful young women who are still competing in Inters, Seniors and Masters. I have coached every section and like John Farnham I keep coming back from retirement - being on stage is so rewarding. Outside of calisthenics I am a safety consultant, love to cook and walk my dog, Tilly. If I could have been anything in the world I would have loved to have been a mum, but I have a husband, my fur baby and calisthenics family. I've realised not being a mum doesn't define you as a woman, but being a coach has definitely defined me. For this I am grateful.
Andrea Cheniart - Masters
My love of Calisthenics started over 19 years ago when I started as a Sub Junior. I literally live and breathe calisthenics, it brings me so much happiness and it is why over the years I have also assisted with the Sub Juniors, Juniors, Inters and Masters. In 2020 I became a level 1 coach, I did so because I want to share my love and experience of calisthenics with others and see them develop into the best they can be. Outside of calisthenics I am a Human Resources Manager. If I could do anything in the world it would be to play with puppies everyday because who doesn't love puppies?!
Kayla Morrison - Masters I started calisthenics in 2011 as a Junior and was hooked from that very first class. I love the variety calisthenics offers, performing on stage and the friendships I have formed. In 2021 I became a level 1 coach. I have been an assistant for the last 4 years and am looking forward to coaching my own section this year, as well as coaching and mentoring 2 of our soloists. Outside of calisthenics I wish to pursue a career in hairdressing or become a paramedic. If I could do anything in the world I'd love to become a flight attendant so I could travel and explore this wonderful world of ours.