About us

Our coaches

Your child will benefit from the care, experience and enthusiasm of our fully-trained coaches, accredited with the Australian Sports Foundation National Coaching Accreditation Scheme and the Calisthenics Association of WA.  Many of our coaches also have experience in coaching state calisthenic teams and representatives.

Natalie Trew - Juniors Team 1 and Head Coach

Natalie began calisthenics in the 1980s as a member of the Carine Calisthenic Club.  She starting coaching calisthenics with this club and went on to coach at Northside (now Athena) and Floreat Calisthenics Club.  Natalie was a founder of the Quinns Calisthenics Club.

In the 1990's Natalie was a sub-junior coach for the Calisthenic Association of Western Australia's state team. Natalie is a high school teacher.

Natalie's exceptional training of our Sub-Juniors Team 1 has seen them place first in the State Championships in both 2020 and 2021.

In 2022 Natalie is excited to take on a new role coaching our junior age group.

Chantel Murrowood - Sub-Juniors Tuesday Team 1 and Sub-Juniors Saturday

Danielle Wheeler - Sub-Juniors Tuesday Team 2 and Senior Cadet Juniors Team 1

Danielle began her journey with Imperial when the college was founded in 2008. She was just 5 years of age! Since then Danielle has represented us in the Sub-Juniors, Juniors and Intermediates age groups.  She achieved her goal of making the Calisthenic Association of WA State Team in 2019.

Danielle has loved building her friendships and skills with her cali team mates.  Over the years she has participated in many solos and duos, consistently placing in the top 3. She credits the support she received from her Imperial coaches, particularly Breanna Knight (our intermediate team coach).

Danielle has enjoyed working as a cadet at Imperial since 2015. In 2022 she will coach our Sub-Juniors Tuesday Team 2. She will also assist our Juniors coach, Natalie Trew, as a senior cadet.

Danielle was named Imperial's Club Member of the Year in 2019. She is passionate about calisthenics and loves to inspire the next generation of Imperial girls.

Breanna Knight - Intermediates Team 1

Breanna has coached at our college since 2015.

Breanna has enjoyed calisthenics since she started at the age of 7.  She has competed as a member of the state team and at the Royal South Street Competition in Ballarat.

Breanna enjoys competing in solo, duo and graceful competitions. In 2019, Breanna and her duo partner Brooke placed first in the senior novice duo section.  She has received the Kristy Wyburn award at her current club and has been nominated for the Amanda Young Cadet Award.

Breanna is currently studying a double major in animal science and animal health at Murdoch University.

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