Pavel Pozdniakov, acrobatics coach

Pavel Pozdniakov began his career in Sports Acrobatics (Acrobatic Gymnastics) back in 1989 when he was only seven years old. From the very beginning and throughout his sporting way, Pavel demonstrated excellent discipline, endurance, perseverance and passion for this kind of sport.


Kateryna Krasulia | Girls Artistic Gymnastics Head Coach

Kateryna originates from Ukraine. She started gymnastics at the young age of 3. She went on to become apart of the national team at 10 years old. At 12 years old, she entered into the international Olympic reserve for artistic gymnastics. A year later, she became the national champion of Ukraine.
In 2004, she won gold at France’s national championship. In 2005, she started her work as a coach in Ukraine along with her family who were also coaches. At the same time, she was still training as a gymnast. In 2006, she became part of the french national team. In 2007, she won the international cup in France. In 2008, she placed 1st on the beam at the National Universiade competition. In 2009, she was awarded coach of the year. In 2011, she officially became a professional gymnastics coach and is an active USA Gymnastics member.


Sergei Slavski | T&T Head Coach for ages 6+

Sergei comes from Russia with a fond of sport acrobatics since 1986. In 1995, Sergei became a member of the Russian Junior National Team and in 1997 he became a member of the Russian National Team. Sergei is a medalist of many national and international competitions. In 1998, he completed his education at the Moscow State Institute of Physical Culture and passed the entrance exams to the Russian Research Institute of Physical Culture.
In 2000, he moved to the United States to work for cirque productions as a performer till 2012. Sergei took place in many different shows all over the world. In 2009, he briefly worked on Broadway. Since 2012, he has been an active coach and member of USA Gymnastics and sharing his passion for gymnastics with younger generations.


Svitlana Klepatsky | Girls Artistic Gymnastics Head Coach

Before going to study at a university, Svitlana part took in track and field and was also a rhythmic gymnast for 5 years. She went on to obtain her preschool psychology masters degree at Latvian Academy of Sports Education. She then worked at the youth sports center as a coach and psychologist. In 2002, she finished her degree for coaching in trampoline and tumbling at the USA Gymnastics University. From 2003-2008, she worked at the Boise Idaho sports school as a coach. And since 2008, she has been working in Miami as a professional T&T coach and has been an active member with USA Gymnastics.


Vladislav Klurman | Boys Artistic Gymnastics Head Coach

Vladi was born in Odessa Ukraine and immigrated to the United States in 1989 where he lived and was raised in Boston Massachusetts. He started his gymnastics career at the age of eight years old and by the age of 12 he was made the Future Stars National Team.

In 2002 Vladi made the Junior National Team and places 2nd on the rings and 3rd on the pommel horse at U.S. Championships. He was a reserve for the 2002 Pan Am Games.

In 2005 Vladi went on to join the Penn State University where he was part of the mens gymnastics program. In 2007 he was part of the NCAA championship team and was an All American on rigs. After winning the NCAA, Vladi made the 2007 World University Games and competed in Bangkok, Thailand representing the United States. In 2008 he was part of the Penn State team that won the Big Ten Championships and places 3rd on rings. For the following two years he was a volunteer assistant coach for Penn State while he was practice to make the senior U.S. national team.

Through out the years Vladi coached at several different clubs in Massachusetts and Pennsylvania where he grew the boys program at the gyms and had successful results with the boys that he coached.


Anastasia Kharcheva | Rhythmic Gymnastics Coach, Level 3-10

Anastasia Kharcheva was born in Samara Russia and she is a master of sport in rhythmic gymnastics. She has a master’s degree in  “Higher training of qualified specialists in a chosen sport”

She was a member of the Samara regional team and was a member of the RFSO Lokomotiv team. She won multiple regional championships and the RFSO Lokomotiv championships and international tournaments. Anastasia participated in the summer Spartakiad of youth, cups and championships in Russia

She worked in the field of rhythmic gymnastics for over 7 years. She began her work with children in her hometown Samara as a head coach of the juniors girls. Her students won multiple state and regional championships as well as winning the Russian Federal Sports Organization “Lokomotiv”. She has students that also competed in the Russian championships.

As an assistant coach of the senior girls, she helped coach state champions, regional champions, and champions in RFSO Lokomotiv. Her students participated and medaled in Russian cups and Russian championships. Some of her students went further to become members of the Russian youth team in the individual program and members of the Russian team in group program.

Anastasia in 2016 was invited to Italy to help create and grow a rhythmic program in the Southern Region.


Oksana Ivanchuk, Rhythmic Gymnastics head coach

Rhythmic competitive gymnast for over 11 years. From 9 years of age -Champion of Republic of Uzbekistan, Member of National team. Champion of Soviet Union in junior age division in teams and twice in final apparatuses. Master of sports of Soviet Union by age 13.

Have been trained for all those years by Olga Putsillo – National coach and a judge of Republic Uzbekistan, Irina Viner – honorable coach of Republic Uzbekistan and Russian Federation, Vera Shatalina – National coach of Russian Federation.

By mid. 90s, lived and trained in Moscow sports camp Novogors, (Russian Federation), competing in international tournaments. Winning European Cups 1994. Moved to USA, Atlanta, GA before Olympic year. Trained, performed and coached members of USA National team.

At age 19-20 lived in Miami, Fl, joined ballet company, performed on stage. Teaching advanced ballet. Also, creating first rhythmic gymnastics team in Miami (none-competitive)

Took a break from sports and studied Computer Science in FIU and NY.

By 2011 worked as a rhythmic coach and ballet teacher in Miami, Florida.

2015 had my own rhythmic team. Head coach of Gymnastics DuSol. Host and organizer of Florida State Championships. Present time – National judge.