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Strive for Progress not for "Perfection"

The mission of the KIPS Gymnastics Club is to provide a positive and healthy gymnastics environment. KIPS is committed to the health and well being of mind, body and spirit. Our friendly, professional staff is committed to providing high-quality training in a safe, positive and nurturing environment for every child that comes to our facility. We are devoted to teach children the positive life skills of discipline, goal setting, perseverance, fitness, and self confidence. This mission includes all skills in gymnastics from preschool age through high school age children. We strive to better the skills of our gymnasts to the best of each child's abilities.


Our Vision & Values

Our vision statement reflects the preferred future for the KIPS Gymnastics Club. We are innovators in the sport community, accessible to all. We provide dynamic and quality programming. We strive for the gymnasts to build physical and mental strength, drive, and confidence through the enjoyment of this sport.

The KIPS Gymnastics Club values the following fundamental principles and beliefs.

  • Integrity - We adhere to honest, moral, and ethical principles.

  • Teamwork - We work together to achieve our goals.

  • Ambition - We earnestly strive to be the best that we can.

  • Respect - We respect each other as individuals. We respect our club and its properties.

  • Accountability - We accept responsibility for our actions

Meet The Staff


CHristine Moss, Samantha Dyar, & Kinzie Owens

Christine began as a gym mom to her two daughters Samantha and Kinzie who were competitive gymnasts for over a decade. From there Christine worked her way up from Preschool Coach, to Rec Coach, and then to Team Coach - her daughters following in her footsteps. 

With an AAS in accounting, a bachelors in business management, and a minor in management information systems, she became the KIPS full time manager in 2014 and then bought KIPS in 2016.

Samantha left for college 2014 and gained knowledge at Lone Mountain Gymnastics & Swim School where she learned what it was like to be a manager at a gym with over 1500 enrolled children, as well as, found her passion in a movement based preschool. All of which she brought back to KIPS when she returned in 2018.

Kinzie has never been away from KIPS. Even while attending esthetician and nail tech school - she travels back and forth from Spokane so that she can still be a Team Coach.

Heather Boring, Kelly Bateman, Jayden Bateman, Isabella Maddox, Sadie Renfro, Skylar Anderson, Austin Maddox, Cooper Haynes, Katelyn Shearer, Anna Hume, Lily Larsen, Sierra Rogers, Riley Sipes, Jocelyn Norris

Heather Boring is our Lead Active Einsteins Preschool Teacher! You will catch her amazing teaching abilities and positive energy while working with the littles.

Kelly Bateman is also an Active Einstein's Teacher! You will see her creativity and joyfulness in morning circuits with the littles!

Sadie Renfro is Office Staff, Assistant Active Einstein Teacher, as well as    Recreational and Preschool Gymnastics coach! You can basically find her anywhere in the gym! 

Skylar Anderson is also an assistant Active Einstein's teacher as well as Preschool and Recreational gymnastics coach! You'll find her using her background in ballet quite often especially when teaching silks! 

Isabella Maddox is a Team coach as well as our Cheer coach when needed! She uses her background in competitive gymnastics to help to coach Team, Adv. Rec and Pre-Team! 

Cooper Haynes and Austin Maddox are our Boys Rec Coaches! They're constantly finding new ways to keep the boys busy!

Anna Hume, Lily Larsen and Katelyn Shearer all help coach Adv. Rec and Pre-Team! 

Sierra Rogers, Riley Sipes and Jocelyn Norris help coach Rec classes, Sierra also helps coach Adv. Rec!

Jayden Bateman is in charge of our After School Program! She watches kiddos from 3-5p.m who need somewhere safe afterschool, sometimes while they wait for their class to start! 

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