Natalie Fleming

Natalie, our dedicated and fiercely loyal head coach has been with Reynella-Braeview over 30 years after starting calisthenics in 1986.  During her time as a competitor she represented the State on two occasions and also competed with the Australian Drill Dance Team in South Africa in 2001.

Natalie began coaching with Reynella-Braeview in 2004 and has also been an assistant coach to the South Australian National Teams on three occasions in 2010, 2011 and 2013.  She became the head coach of Reynella-Braeview in 2012 and has been very successful during her years at the club.

One of Nat’s coaching highlights is the 2011 Sub-Junior 1 team which won the CASA comps with five firsts. The following year, the whole team bar one girl went up and the new Sub-junior team was very raw. However that team worked so hard and came second for 2012. For Nat this is what coaching is all about; “Coaching is hard work, it's tiring and sometimes you wonder if it’s all worth it, but when that little team gets up and you see how far they have come, it’s absolutely worth it”.

Jenny Hampton

Jenny is a life member of Reynella-Braeview, having started calisthenics in 1983, giving  her over 35 years of experience as a competitor and coach.

Jenny coached her first team at Reynella-Braeview in 1996 and has also been an assistant coach of South Australian teams in 1998, 1999 and 2000.

Jenny has enjoyed many successes with her teams and as a solo/duo and graceful coach.

Robyn Middleton

Robyn began calisthenics at the age of four and has now been involved for over 25 years. She has represented the state on eight occasions and has been successful at state, club and solo level.
Robyn has also been successful in sports aerobics, medalling on each of the three occasions she competed in the National competitions.

Robyn began coaching in 2009 and joined Reynella-Braeview in 2011. She has been assistant coach for South Australian state teams on three occasions and co-coached the 2016 Sub-Junior state team.

Robyn has also coached many successful soloists who have gained places in the Championship division.

Bec Burton

Junior 1 Coach 

Melissa Barnes-Daysh


Lisa Barnes-Daysh


Jess Sage

Jess is a club life member after starting calisthenics at 2 years of age and has been competing for over 25 years, 21 of those years have been with Reynella-Braeview.

Jess has been a very successful competitor and has also represented the State on four occasions as a member of the Championship team.

The lessons learned as a competitor are now helping her as a coach to inspire others as she herself was inspired. “My Graceful coach and I had worked together for over seven years, without a mention and then to win the championship section was a dream come true. It has been the highlight of my career and taught me to never give up, love what you do and do what makes you happy”.

Alexandra Cormack

Alex has been competing in calisthenics for 18 years and this is her 9th year at Reynella Braeview. She is a current member of our senior team and has represented South Australia in the Darwin teams twice, in 2010 and 2011.

Alex became a coach because she wanted to pass on her love of calisthenics. Her favourite part of coaching is witnessing the girls' improvement throughout the year and seeing them come off stage proud and happy with themselves.

Alex has coached both Sub Junior and Junior age groups and her proudest moment as a coach was when her Junior 2 team won the aggregate at State Championships in 2016.

Jessica Mckinlay

Jess started Calisthenics at Reynella Braeview at the age of five in 2001. Jess has represented the state on three different occasions with the Darwin Development Teams in 2011, 2012 as an intermediate and 2013 as a senior. She has also done 10 gracefuls and a few solos over her time being a competitor.

Jess started her coaching in 2015 and is very passionate about seeing the young children develop their skills and loves seeing the girl’s improvement throughout the year.