Owner / Coach
Chelsea was a competitive gymnast until the age of 14 and then switched over to competitive cheerleading. She cheered on the world renowed cheerleading team Maryland Twister F5 where she was part of a national championship team, received airtime on America's Got Talent and ESPN, and finished 4th place at the Cheerleading Worlds. Chelsea has worked with Pam Duke on and off, coaching cheerleading and gymnastics for the past 10 years. She can't wait to continue this new journey with her.
Pam's love for gymnastics began at a young age when she started competing in the sport under the well known Bob Morris. From there, her interest grew into not only gymnastics, but cheerleading too. She started her coaching career with varsity cheerleading at James M. Bennett High School from 1993 - 1996. From 1996 - 2000, she coached Varsity Cheerleading at Parkside High School, where she developed a competitive team. She then coaced at Salisbury University from 2000 - 2004. In 2006, she began Nor' Eastern Storm All Stars, who in 11 years have won numerous Regional, National, and US Finals Championships.
Emily has been involved in gymnastics since before she could walk. Both of her parents coached gymnastics and Emily quickly developed the same love that they had for the sport. She was the Maryland State All-Around champion as a Level 8 and later went on to create Salisbury University's club gymnastics team. Emily's most recent accomplishment has been passing the judges test where she will know judge Level 2-5 across the state of Maryland. Emily and Chelsea have worked together for the past few years and are excited to be together again in an amazing new facility.
Ally is a senior at Salisbury Univeristy with a major in Elementary Education and a minor in Creatinve Arts. She plays club soccer and was on the SU Gymnastics team for one year. She is the team manager fo the SU club Ice Hockey team and an active participant in a variety of intramural sports. She has a passion for working with kids and encouraging them to have fun.
Amanda is a sophomore at Salisbury University, majoring in English for Speakers of Other Languages and minoring in Spanish. She grew up in a gymnastics family, and taught at Harford Gymnastics last year.