Our Mission Statement

We believe that starting children in a fitness program at at early age promotes self-confidence and high self-esteem as well as improved physical health.

Through our programs that utilize creative movement and basic tumbling, we teach your children that fitness is fun and encourage the development of a lifetime of healthy habits.

We offer a wide range of program choices to better meet the individual needs of your child.





Meet our Dedicated Staff

Donna Koehler, the owner of All American Gymnastics, has been coaching recreation and competitive gymnastics for over 24 years to all ages from 18 months to 18 years old. All Smiles - All American Gymnastics, a family owned business, open in 1998, is founded on the principles to share the love of the sport and to provide a safe and happy experience. She is a USAG Professional member and holds a current USAG National Safety Certification. Donna says, “I have been blessed in my life to have been touched by the thousands of kids I have coached and that have come to the gym. I hope I have made a positive impact in the lives, as well.”

Ali Flint


Austin Beazley has over 10 years of experience coaching recreation and competitive gymnastics through Level 9. Austin was a successful competitive gymnast and earned state and regional title through Level 8 in USA Gymnastics. She also earned many titles as VHSL gymnast at Patrick Henry High School. She has a Bachelors degree in Kinesiology (Physical and Health Education) with a minor in coaching from James Madison University. Austin earned her Master’s degree from the University of Virginia in Kinesiology (Adapted Physical Education). She is CPR, First Aid and AED certified.

Becky Davis started coming to All American Gymnastics when her oldest daughter was about 2 years old on the recommendation of a friend whose daughter was attending recreation classes. As her 3 children continued classes, she started coaching. As a former elementary school teacher, she helps keep the children actively engaged as they learn the basics of gymnastics. She loves working with children and misses them as they learn the skills and graduate to the next level of classes.

Becky Swords has been coaching since 2000 for recreational and competitive gymnastics and is trained through USAG on levels 4-6 compulsory routines. She competed and was ranked nationally in power tumbling. She is a USAG Professional member and holds current USAG National Safety Certification. Becky says, “Coaching to me is more than a job, everyday I’m given the opportunity to impact young lives. I always try to be the encouraging figure, and positive role model in their lives. I love all our girls and boys and really enjoy what I do!”

Debbie Allgood started coaching when her twin daughters became interested in gymnastics 24 years ago. Debbie started and co-owned All Smiles All American Gymnastics in 1998 with Donna. Her passion lies in helping gymnasts achieve their goals without stress and still having fun. You will find her most often coaching the girls on bars. She is a USAG Professional member and holds a current USAG National Safety Certification.


Josh Shea has been involved with gymnastics for as long as he can remember. He competed in Men’s Teams Gymnastics for 4 years in Dallas, Texas, then moved to Virginia and continued to take classes.  When he was 14, he began his coaching career and hasn’t stopped. He is pursuing a degree in exercise science at VCU and aiming to earn a master’s in Physical Therapy. Josh says, “I have developed a great passion into enabling gymnasts to excel and achieve their highest potential as a person as well as an athlete. Gymnastics has greatly influenced who I am and has taught me numerous valuable life lessons.”


Kathy Mowbray


Kendall Koehler, who grew up in the gym, works behind the scenes at the gym keeping the books in order. She uses her experience as a level 9 gymnast to coach the Atlee High School gymnastics team. Kendall is USAG National Safety Certified. Kendall also coaches during the birthday parties.

Khary Davis

Sandra Battle Hemler has a B.S. degree in Mass Communications from VCU. She is a former class 1 competitive Artistic and Rhythmic Gymnast with State, Regional, and National titles as a competitor as well as international competitive experience. She has coached rhythmic and artistic gymnastics through level 10 and was a former USGF VA State Director for rhythmic gymnastics. She is an active choreographer state wide for all optional and Collegiate levels. She also has been a Tumblebus Director since 1994 and an Owner since 2010. She is a USAG Professional member, is current in her USAG Safety Certification, and also Kinder accredited by USAG.

Tristi Ann McMaster Robinson is a native of Carson City, Nevada where she began her early training at Pinkerton Dance Academy, under the direction of Fern Pinkerton. Later, she went on to train with Maria Vegh, Ruth Petrinovic, Jocelyn Volmar and Margaret Swarthout, Melinda Bach, among others at the Marin Ballet School and Company in California. Through the years she trained in many styles of dance including Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Modern, Character, and Gymnastics. Her career has spanned over 25 years as a professional Dancer and teacher. She was formerly a Principal dancer with the Washington Ballet and Richmond Ballet, as well as a soloist with the Atlanta Ballet and a member of the Milwaukee Ballet Company. She has also performed across the nation as a guest artist. Tristi is a wonderful asset to both team practices and recreation classes.