Built brand new during the fall of 2018.
Just under 10,000 square feet and fully air conditioned.
Meet our #flexfamily
Owner & Head Team Coach
Cassie started gymnastics when she was 4 years old. She competed from the age of 8 through 17 at Twin City Twisters in Champlin, MN, reaching the highest levels of the Junior Olympic program. She continued her gymnastics career in college at UW-Stout. Cassie started coaching gymnastics at the age of 14 and hasn’t stopped since. When Cassie’s not at Flex (and not working more on Flex from home) she enjoys spending time with her husband, Ted, and her three stepsons.
Owner & Gym Manager
Ted started teaching gymnastics in 2008 with Cassie. He has taught all ages and levels that Flex has offered over the years. When Ted’s not at Flex or at his other job he enjoys fishing, hunting, and spending time with his family.
Theo DeLuca III
Customer Service Manager
Theo joined the Flex staff in July of 2020. He has been around the sport of gymnastics most of his life since Flex is his family business. Theo has earned an Associate of Applied Science degree in Information Technology Management- Network Management. He worked in that field for a few months and decided it’s not for him. He started spending time at Flex and is now the master of the front desk and can help you with all of your customer service needs.
During his free time Theo enjoys spending time fixing up his starter home and playing PC games.
Joey has been around gymnastics since he was in kindergarten. He started participating in boys tumbling in elementary school and then showed interest in coaching at the age of 12. In 2016 he moved up to an assistant team coach for the lower team levels. In 2018 he earned his junior professional membership through USAG so he could officially coach at meets. Joey trained at Twin City Twisters during the summer of 2019 alongside some of the best coaches & spotters in the country.
Joey is now taking business classes at WITC and pops in to coach when he can. During his free time you will find him watching “Friends” for the billionth time while doing his homework way before it’s due.