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Glow Party

May 5, 2024

Last night TFTC hosted its first ever Glow Party! We had a sold out event and the kids had a blast! The night was filled with laughter and dancing as the kids threw on their glow sticks and played the night away! We look forward to having another great night very soon!

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What Do Our Classes Look Like?

April 30, 2024

Wondering what our classes look like? This will help you understand how we structure our classes to ensure we are always meeting the needs of our athletes and offering the most fun experience possible.

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Pictures Can Say It All!

December 20, 2022

Twin Falls Training Center's gymnastics team celebrated huge successes at their first ever meet!

TFTC's Bronze team started off with a 1st place Vault finish from Skylar Michaud. Maci Haskell followed with 1st place on Beam. The Bronze team wowed in the final age group with Laciey Parrot finishing first in all 4 events and in the All-Around! Additional medals were earned by Sophie Keefe and Margaux Desjardins! All 5 members of the Bronze team found themselves on the podium in varying event and in the All-Around earning themselves the 2nd place team award.

Laciey Parrot also proudly claimed the highest All-Around score of the meet.

Gillian Robb, Level 3 also claimed 1st in all 4 events and in the All-Around.

TFTC coaches could not be more proud of this team. The girls have worked hard to develop their skills and routines in a gym that only opened its doors on August 1!

The girls are now preparing for their next meet to be held at Regal Gymnastics Academy in January. Good luck, girls!

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TFTC Team Prepares for First Meet

November 7, 2022

Gymnasts stretching on mat

Twin Falls Training Center's first competitive gymnastics team is preparing for its first meet. The girl's team composed of 7 members of mostly first time competitors will head to Kingdom Gymnastics in St. Johnsbury on December 4.

The girls have been working hard ,practicing up to 9 hours each week to perfect skills and learn routines. The team will compete in 5 meets altogether, finishing with the Vermont State Meet held at BFUHS in March.

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We're OPEN!

August 1, 2022

Kids playing on obstacle course

Twin Falls Training Center is now officially open!

Originally published in The Shopper

BELLOWS FALLS, Vt. - Twin Falls Training Center opened its doors on Aug. 1, 2022 in Bellows Falls, Vt. Located at 9B Spencer Dr., the center offers recreational and competitive gymnastics for toddlers through adults and ninja obstacles for kids of all ages. The 7,100 square foot air conditioned facility has all of the standard gymnastics equipment one could expect - a spring floor, balance beams of various heights, a vault and uneven bars, plus a 30-foot tumble track and a dedicated preschool area. A parent workout space for enrolled families to use for a small fee while their child is in class is also on the way.

In early 2021, amid the COVID pandemic, owners Kari Gypson and Cassandra Pedigo reconnected and began working on plans to make opening a gym in the Greater Falls area a reality. The pair faced many ups and downs, but never lost sight of the goal - to bring gymnastics back to the community and give kids a positive, healthy activity to participate in while having fun and rebuilding community. Gymnastics provides physical benefits such as strength, coordination, and endurance, but it also provides mental training through the development of self-discipline and a strong sense of self-trust. Twin Falls Training Center seeks to use gymnastics to support the overall well-being of the youth in the community.

After the initial location fell through, the space at 9 Spencer Driver was identified as an ideal location. The pair acted quickly to secure the location and were rewarded an RLF loan from the town of Rockingham, giving them the funding they needed to purchase equipment and do the necessary fit-up work on the previously vacant unit.

Open six days a week, Twin Falls offers tot and me, superhero, preschool gymnastics, beginner through advanced level recreational classes, ninja, adult gymnastics, and strength training classes. For kids who want to explore the gym before committing to a class, or for gymnasts looking for more time, open gym is also available. The competitive program offers pre-team and team options for those who want to pursue a gymnastics sports career. Twin Falls also offers birthday parties. Parties are split into two parts, gym time as an open gym, mini class, or laser tag, and use of the party room for refreshments and gifts.

Anyone interested in learning more can visit and find a link to the gym's customer portal for class descriptions and schedule. Enrollment is always rolling so parents can enroll their children at any time.

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Rockingham Selectboard Approves RLF Loan for TFTC!

June 14, 2022

Gymnast standing on top of mats

Originally published in The Shopper

ROCKINGHAM, Vt. - On Tuesday, June 7, the Rockingham Selectboard discussed two applications recommended by the Rockingham Revolving Loan Fund Committee.

The Revolving Loan Fund (RLF) is a source of capital assisting in startup and expanding businesses. It is available for all applicants who meet program eligibility and lending requirements. Funds are available on first-come, first-served basis and the disbursement of funds is contingent on an available fund balance. The REF Committee recommends applicants, but the 1 final decision is upheld by the selectboard.

The RLF Committee is made up of Development Director Gary Fox, Chair Katie Dearborn, se-lectboard members Rick Cowan. Vice-Chair Susan Hammond, and Rebecca Gangon. The recommendation for the board was for two loans; $50,000 to Deborah Fox for the Miss Bellows Falls Diner and $38,000 to Kari Gypson and Cassandra Pedigo for the Twin Falls Training Center.


In the second loan recommendation for Twin Falls Training Center, Cowan spoke highly of the applicants; Gypson and Pedigo. He said they bring "a strong clientele, lots of expertise, and provided a crackerjack business plan."

Gagnon agreed the proposal "was professionally presented and well written.”

Pedigo explained they had the equipment and their plans included checking the HVAC system and minor interior upgrades.
On contamination concerns, Fox explained that in the past, that area of the building had a food operation business. The board approved the $38.000 loan at 4% interest.

The RLF encourages Disadvantaged Business Enterprises to apply and qualified applicants can have access to loans from $5,000 up to $50,000. In addition to the RLF program, Rockingham also has a housing loan fund that can assist property owners on owner-occupied multi-family properties.

For more information on these programs visit or contact the Development office.

The Rockingham Selectboard meets once per month through September; the next meeting is Tuesday, July 12 at 6 p.m.

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