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Welcome To Sonshine Gymnastics

Sonshine Gymnastics is a family-owned and operated gymnastics facility located in the Holly Springs Industrial Park off of New Hill Road. We offer gymnastic instruction, birthday parties, Gymnastics camps and other fun activities for children ages 18 months to 18 years. Sonshine Gymnastics is currently accepting new students in our Recreational, Preschool, Home School and Tumbling classes. A free trial class is offered to new students. To sign up for a trial class, register for the class that your child would like to try and in the comment section type "I would like to receive a free trial class."

 

Our mission statement
We are a Christian owned, family oriented, gymnastics facility committed to providing a positive and safe environment for every child that comes to Sonshine Gymnastics. We are devoted through the medium of gymnastics, to helping parents teach their children the positive life skills of discipline, fitness and self confidence.

 

About Sonshine Gymnastics
Sonshine Gymnastics is owned by Milan and Heidi Stanovich. Milan and Heidi bring to the program over 40 years of experience competing and coaching at both the national and collegiate levels. The Stanovich's, parents of three boys, Scotty, Robby, and Ty, are excited about opening their gym and living in Holly Springs because of the family-oriented atmosphere.

 

Coach Milan Stanovich is a five-time USA National Team Coach with 20 years of coaching experience. A two-time National team uneven bars clinician, Coach Stanovich comes to Holly Springs after most recently coaching the University of Florida Gators gymnastics program for three years. Prior to coaching at Florida, Coach Stanovich served as the owner and head women's coach at "Karon's Gymnastics" in Burke, Virginia from 1983-1995, and as head women's coach of the "Let It Shine Gymnastics" club in Franklin, Tennessee from 1997-1999. Coach Stanovich received his bachelor's degree in education from the University of Michigan in 1983, where he was a member of the Wolverine's gymnastics team from 1979-83.

 

Heidi Stanovich was a member of the U.S. Senior National Team in 1978 and 1979, represented the U.S. at the 1979 World Championships, and claimed the 1979 Pan American Games' silver medal in the floor exercise. Stanovich was the 1981 AIAW floor exercise champion at Penn State and claimed the 1984 NCAA balance beam crown at Oregon State. Heidi served as a volunteer assistant coach with the Gator program, and draws from her wealth of experience as a top gymnast at both the U.S. National and collegiate levels. In college, Heidi competed for both Penn State and Oregon State and received her bachelor's degree in business administration from Oregon State in 1985.