Every child is a champion on Gold Medal Day! Each of our students, from the tiniest Tumbleweed to Red & Blue Team gymnasts will show off their skills for a large and appreciative audience. Dancers will perform their recital on the Big Stage inside Salem Gymnastics. Every student will leave with a shiny Gold Medal and a boost of confidence! Performances last approximately 20
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Congratulations to Abby Reynolds, Level 7 Region 8 Bar Champion! Abby Reynolds, Level 7, was an alternate after the State Competition this year, not expecting to go to the 8 State Regional Championships. However the week of Regionals, we got a call that Abby would be competing in the place of another child who had an injury. We started training routines again right away!
Article Featured on the Winston-Salem Journal website. Salem Gymnastics Sports Center to Add Learn-To-Swim Program Salem Gymnastics Sports Center is expanding its facility on Country Club Road with a new learn-to-swim program. Owners Beth Morphis, her husband, Kenny Morphis, and her father, Frank Minter, broke ground Tuesday on Salem Swim. The new facility will add about 5,000 square feet to the existing 26,000-square-foot building
Article Featured in Forsyth Woman Magazine Swim Program Coming 2016 Salem Gymnastics Sports Center is ready to jump in and get their feet wet! Really! In addition to all the programs regularly offered – gymnastics, martial arts, tumbling and dance-nastics (ballet,tap and gymnastics) – there’s more coming! A new swimming program, Salem Swim, is slated to open this coming summer. June 2016 is the target completion date for the expanded, indoor facility. This new program is
Article Featured in Triad Fit Magazine By Beth Morphis, Co-Owner, Salem Gymnastics Sports Center From a very early age, children understand the importance of movement. Far before academic success comes into play, children begin sorting out their social status on the playground using ladders, monkey bars, balls and races as the benchmark where they see themselves as either “can do” kids or not. Sadly,
Article Featured in Forsyth Family Magazine Salem Gymnastics Celebrates the Opening of New Dance-nastics Studio There are many great ways to keep your children active and healthy! Many kids are involved in sports, ballet, karate, etc., and Salem Gymnastics is offering you a way to get your kids involved in something that combines two of the favorites-gymnastics and dance! “Dance-nastics is a program that
Triad Moms on Main Choice Award Salem Gymnastics and Swim has been a Mom’s Choice Award winner year after year; voted “Favorite Child Sports Program or Facility in Winston-Salem” by over 7,000 Triad Moms on Main readers! This contest celebrates all things parent-related in the Triad. The crew at Triad Moms on Main runs the contest by asking their readers to nominate the best of the best
Based on the article featured in Forsyth Family Magazine By Kristi Johnson Marion Tumble, kick, flip and roll. These basic skills of childhood are losing ground to sedentary ExerSaucers®, kids’ television programs and handheld video games. “The changes prohibiting child movement in the last few generations are a detriment to children’s fitness,” said Salem Gymnastics owner Beth Morphis. “Children have grown accustomed to being
Region 8 Gymnastics inducted Salem co-owner Kenny Morphis into its Hall of Fame at the 2011 Region 8 Congress held at the Hilton New Orleans Riverside, New Orleans, LA on July 16, 2011. Morphis was recognized for his outstanding contributions as a coach and volunteer in the sport of gymnastics, and specifically for contributions to Region 8 USA Gymnastics. He was among 4 others inducted
Cover Story Featured in YES! Weekly Triad Gymnasts Go Big Time Kristin Aloi was a standout student at Mount Tabor High School in Winston-Salem, finishing as class valedictorian in 2010. While in high school, she also acted in the musical You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown, but she had another passion besides the stage, one which ultimately became her main extracurricular activity. Aloi is