"iTumble & Bounce"


We proudly offer:

Pre-school Classes- Parent & Tot (18 months - 3 years old), Beginner (3-4 years old) and Advanced (5-6 years old)
Recreational iTumble & Trampoline Classes - Beginner through Advanced levels
*Areal Arts Classes - Aerial silks, Aerial Hoop (Lyra) and Trapeze
*cheerTumble class - cheerleading tumbling
*acroTumble class - dance acrobatics
Special Needs Classes
Competition Team Classes 
Birthday Parties
Parents Night Out
Meet our Staff
Renee King- Owner, Director, and Head Coach
She has over 30 years of gymnastics experience. With six years active in competition, she has over 10 years of gymnastics training. Renee has been a head coach for over 25 years and has led many teams to victory. In 1997, she led her gymnastics team, Johnson's Elite, to 1st place in the Midwest Gymnastics Conference Championship. She has also helped lead many athletes to State and National Championships including 2008 USTA National Champion, Cecilia Clemens, and 2014 National Champs, Hadley Fogle and Seth Lasher. Renee is a USTA certified coach in all levels, beginner through elite, of Trampoline, Double-Mini Trampoline, and Tumbling. She is also USTA Safety Certified, CPR/First Aid certified, and a certified member of the AAU Positive Coaching Alliance. 
Cassandra Adams- Assistant Coach/Instructor, Team Coach
She has over 15 years of gymnastics experience. She started tumbling at the age of 4 has been hooked ever since. With 5 years of active competition, she has over 10 years of gymnastics training. She has helped lead many athletes to State and National Championships. Cassandra has been teaching gymnastics for 14 years. She is now serving as Head Coach for Tumbling for our Team Tumble. She is USTA certified in levels Beginner through Sub-Advanced on the Double-Mini and Trampoline. She is also USTA safety certified, and a certified member of the AAU Positive Coaching Alliance. 
Emma Goetz- Assistant Coach/Instructor
She has seven years of gymnastics training and competition, winning numerous medals in both artistic gymnastics and power tumbling and trampoline. Emma has been teaching under Renee for three years and helped lead our 2014 State and National Champions to victory. Emma also has background in dancing as well, as she is currently an Acette for Catholic High. She is CPR/First Aid certified and also a USTA Safety certified coach. 
Kelsey Williams - Assistant Coach/Instructor

Kelsey has over ten years of experience training and competing in both Artistic Gymnastics and Trampoline & Tumbling. She has eight years of teaching experience in both disciplines, primarily coaching Trampoline & Tumbling. She has coached levels 2-10 in USAG Trampoline & Tumbling and has helped lead many gymnasts to State, Regional, and National Championships. She has taken online and hands-on USAG courses in Safety & Risk Management, Fundamentals of Gymnastics Instruction, Trampoline & Tumbling Development, and more. She is USAG and USTA safety certified.

Seth Lasher- Instructor
He is also a former competing member of iTumble & Bounce Team Tumble. Seth had early gymnastics training at he elementary school level and in 2012, he joined the iTumble & Bounce Team. Training for less than two years, Seth has made tremendous accomplishments in tumbling and trampoline, which include placing 1st in tumbling and 2nd in both trampoline and double-mini trampoline at the 2014 State Championship. He went on to win the title of 1st place National Champion in tumbling at the 2014 USTA National Championship in Louisville, Kentucky, as well as placing 2nd in Trampoline, and 3rd in Double-Mini. Seth has been teaching at iTumble for 3 years. He is also USTA Safety certified. 

Claire Gross-  Office Assistant/Instructor

Claire has 4 years of competitive gymnastics training and 7 years of training in competitive cheer. Claire is a former student of Renee’s. In cheer, Claire has brought home 4 state championships, and 2 national championships. She is CPR/First Aid certified and a USTA safety certified coach.

Junior Coaches: Chloe King, Ella Adams, Jaysen Oliver, & Kaitlyn Durbin. 

Studio Policies

Payment Policy- Payment for lessons is due the first week of each month. A $20 late fee will be added to your account after 30 days. There will be a $30.00 charge for all returned checks.
Payment options include check or cash. Please include your child's class day/time in the memo line of your check.

Make-up policy - please call the gym in advance if you know you will miss a class. Make-up classes are available. Make-ups may be made up in a class of the same or lower level.

Cancellation Policy - In the event of a withdrawal, a written letter or emailed notice must be submitted in advance.
There will be no refunds for classes not attended.

Vacations and Holidays -  The gym will observe most holidays. We are open during Fall break. We are closed Labor Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas break through New Year's, Spring Break, and Memorial Day.

Dress Code- All students must have proper gymnastics attire.
Girls- Leotard, shorts (optional), socks, NO dangling jewelry, hair in a ponytail.
Boys- fitted t-shirt and shorts, socks.

Visiting- Parents are invited to observe classes twice a year. Visitation is at the end of the fall semester and the end of the spring semester. If you need to speak to an instructor about a student's progress please email your request to itumbleandbounce@gmail.com.
All parent/Coach discussions will take place outside of class time.

Parking - Please enter the parking lot from the Mosley Street entrance. The center lane is for drop off and pick up.
The Mosely Street entrance is "entrance only". You must circle the building and go out the alley to your left or right to exit. This helps avoid traffic problems coming in and out of the gym.
If your child does not exit the building when  you arrive, please pull into a parking space or circle the building to avoid traffic problems.

Class Placement- Students are placed in classes according to age, experience and ability. During the first four weeks of classes students are evaluated. This is to insure proper placement. Once a student has mastered material in a level they may move up to the next level class.