Chery is semi-retiring!

The owner of our building is retiring and has sold our building. After almost 40 years of teaching gymnastics, Chery is taking this as a sign and will be semi-retiring. She would fully retire, but she loves teaching gymnastics and watching the kids progress into strong confident young gymnasts.Chery started coaching competitive gymnastics in 1986 for the YMCA for 18 years. She also taught the Kenston High School Gymnastics Teams for 4 years and the Kenston Community Education’s recreational program for 25 years. Chery created and directed a successful gymnastics program at a satellite campus for Fairmont Fine Arts Center in Auburn until 2006. Since starting Chery’s Gymnastics & Beyond 15 years ago, Chery has taught 8000+ students and coached 300+ unique team members.

If you would like to send her a happy retirement message, please contact the front desk or fill out this form: https://forms.gle/QzYjuQmue67onH699
This message is a secret! Don’t let her know! ~Patrick


What’s Happening to Chery’s Gymnastics & Beyond?

Classes will continue like normal until the end of the Fall II session (December 12th). Our gymnastics program will be merging with United Gymnastics & Parkour School in Chesterland (right by the intersection of 306 and 322). Chery will continue to teach her classes and gymnastics teams. We will have a similar class structure and schedule. Chery’s classes won’t be starting until February 1, 2021. There is a lot of equipment to move over there. United will be expanding and upgrading their gym in order to accommodate Chery’s classes. Chery is very excited to start a girls only Parkour & Tumbling class!If you would like to be informed about our future scheduling with United Gymnastics & Parkour School, please talk to the front desk or fill out the following form: https://forms.gle/FJrAuQTrLr4WdSNQ7

Thank you so much for the support over the years!

~Chery & Patrick