Emmalee Holland was a High performance rhythmic gymnast who competed for Canada for seven years. She participated in three Elite Canadas and four Canadian National championships. Emmalee also competed in many international competitions including Kalamata Greece, Nassau Bahamas, and Las Vegas Nevada. At her last National championships Emmalee finished top 15, making her 13th in Canada.
Isabella Haldane is from British Columbia, Canada where she began training in rhythmic gymnastics at the age of 5 and progressed through the sport for 11 years. Isabella was trained by the Canadian Olympian Camille Martens of Atlanta 1996. Through Isabella’s career she was on the Junior and Senior Canadian National Team’s for 5 consecutive years ranking top 10 in the country and represented Canada worldwide. She competed/trained in several countries i.e., Spain, Greece, Estonia, Latvia, Austria, Bahamas, USA, and Canada... where she was remembered for her flexibility and ability to create a deep connection with her audience. Isabella is now giving back to the RG community by coaching and passing her knowledge down to her athletes.
Dance and Conditioning Coach
Paulina was a competitive karate athlete and studied martial arts as a child. She later discovered her passion for dance and has performed and competed in dance for many years. Paulina discovered aerial in 2006 and has mastered multiple apparatuses (including some unique and invented ones) and has a strong sense for combining intentional movement and dance with high level technical skills. For over 10 years, she has worked as a professional aerialist performing internationally and has been featured on numerous music videos and tv shows including the CW network television show The Big Stage.
Achievements: Master of Sports of Russia in Rhythmic Gymnastics, Member of the Russian National Team of the Sverdlovsk region in the individual and group classification.
Champion of the Sverdlovsk region.
Champion of the Ural Federal District.
Winner of many national and international competitions.
I started my coaching career officially in 2014, Until that time, I was an active gymnast and often helped my trainer train other gymnasts and created a program with apparatus for other gymnasts.
Now I train professional gymnasts and amateurs.
In 2018, I opened my own studio of rhythmic gymnastics and stretching.
I have a pedagogical and economic education.