Coaching Staff

Teresa Mikola
Certified Level 3 Trampoline and Tumbling Program Head Coach

First Aid Certified

As an athlete, Teresa started her career in artistic gymnastics and transitioned to the trampoline later in her career. She was a provincial champion in artistic gymnastics and a member of team Canada representing our country on the world stage in trampoline and DMT. Teresa was a 1999 Worlds Team Bronze Medalist in DMT.

Her passion for coaching comes from a desire to help each athlete reach their full potential and realize the same positive experiences that she did as an athlete.

Coaching highlights:

  • Coached 40+ provincial champions and a number of national champions.
  • Has had several athletes represent Canada at World Age Group and Indo-Pacific Championships.
  • Has produced a World Champion in Age Group DMT.
  • Has held both regional and provincial team coaching positions.
  • Has served on the Ontario Technical Committee.
  • Has been an international level FIG Brevet judge for the past 4 Olympic cycles (16 years).

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rampoline and Tumbling Program Head Coach - Teresa Mikola

Stephanie McIntosh Godin

Certified Level 2 WAG, Level 3 Trampoline, Trampoline and Tumbling Coach

First Aid Certified

Stephanie started her gymnastics career at BGC next-door when she was just four years old, she then moved over to Burlington B.G. ‘s when she was six to pursue Trampoline and Tumbling. Stephanie was also a competitive Rock Climber.

Stephanie started coaching at our facility 9 years ago when she was 14.  She shadowed along side National Competitive Coach Denis Vachon in 2012. In 2018 she began coaching Burlington T&T’s Interclub and Provincial Trampoline and Tumbling athletes.

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Trampoline and Tumbling Coach - Stephanie

Taylor Jarvis
Certified Level 2 Trampoline, Level 2 MAG, Strength and Conditioning Coach

First Aid Certified

Taylor Jarvis is a former competitive gymnast with the Burlington Girls Gymnastics Club.  She moved over to the Burlington BG’s when she was 15 and trained as a power tumbler.  After a knee injury from Cheerleading sidelined her, she decided to switch her focus to coaching and was able to start working with the interclub boy’s program for 3 years.   After she finished school, she began a company that trained athletes outside of their sport so they could get a competitive edge on their peers.

In 2018, Taylor came back to head up the conditioning side of the competitive program and in 2019 she became a full-time coach. She has had over 15 years of training experiencing working with athletes from multiple sport backgrounds. She has a passion for helping athletes attain their goals both in sport and in life.

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Strength and Conditioning Coach - Taylor Jarvis