Did you know that Trampoline is an Olympic Sport?  Starting at the 2008 Olympic games, Trampoline has become an Olympic sport. The sport of Trampoline & Tumbling have three apparatus; Trampoline, Double Mini Trampoline, and Power Tumbling.  Your child will learn the basics in all three, while increasing their balance, flexibility, strength and air awareness.

  • Trampoline: Students will be working on jumps, flipping, and twisting combination to preform level specific routines designed by USAG.
  • Rod Floor Tumbling: Students will be working on forwards/backwards rolls, cartwheels, round offs, back handsprings, flipping, and twisting in routines that are level specific designed by USAG.


For current Work Out Schedule please see the Summer 2018 Schedule on DGA Tampa.



Reganne Hardy

Level 2 T&T Head Coach and Assistant HUGS Coach

Graduated Summa Cum Laude with an IB Diploma from Land O’ Lakes High
Currently pursuing a Bachelor’s degree at the University of South Florida in Accounting with a Minor in Mass Communications
Will pursue a Master’s of Finance
Coaching Certifications:
Background Check (Valid until 2019)
U100 Fundamentals of Gymnastics Instruction
U101 Safety and Risk Management
U110 United States Olympic Committee’s Safe Sport Course
T210 Trampoline and Tumbling Update Exam
Athlete and Coach Experience:
Gymnast at a young age (5 years old)
Dancer from age 4-19 (Currently on the USF dance team)
Employed at DGA Tampa June 2016

Tiffany DuRocher

Level 3/4 Head Coach

Tiffany has been coaching with DGA Tampa for 4 and a half years. She was a competitive gymnast for 7 years under the instruction of our Artistic Gymnastics Head Coach Jill Bosack.

She graduated with her AA from PHSC in April and is transferring to a University in the Fall of 2018.

Tiffany is certified in Safesport, T2010, U100, and Saftey. She has completed her USAG background check and is a certified Trampoline and Tumbling Judge for all 3 events.

Kalan Lazzara

Level 5 & Up Head Coach


This class is for the young child who is literally “bouncing off the wall” they will bounce their way through learning while focusing on trampoline skills and floor tumbling.