Gymnastics Professionals

Agnieszka (Aggy) Filipek | Gymnastics Head Coach |

Agnieszka has been involved in gymnastics and dance for nearly her entire life. Born and raised in Poland, Aggy started off as a rhythmic gymnast on an international level. She participated in competitions all over Europe and won numerous medals. At the age of 12, she went to ballet school in her home city, Wroclaw, and then to Poland’s national ballet school in Gdansk. She graduated from ballet school in Munich, Germany at the age of 18. Aggy was then offered a contract with Brno National Theatre in Czech Republic. A few years later, she decided to move to Antwerp, Belgium where she took on coaching both Rhythmic and Artistic Gymnastics on competitive level in addition to coaching ballet and dance. In the summer of 2014, Aggy was hired by Royal Glenora Club as a part-time gymnastics Coach and became  the Head Coach for gymnastics in winter of 2014. Aggy has been loving her experience at the Royal Glenora Club since looks forward to working with the little gymnasts and dancers in the future.

Megan Renner | Gymnastics Coach

Megan Renner began her Ukrainian dance career with Barvinok at the age of 4, where she performed danced from all regions of the Ukrainian and entered various competitions throughout Alberta. Born and raised in Calgary, Megan and her family moved to Grande Prairie, Alberta in 2007and continued Ukrainian dancing with the dance company Troyanda under the direction of Paul Olijnyk. In addition to becoming a more rounded dancer, Megan participated in ballet classes and workshops. She later took on the role of Junior Instructor to provide instruction for kids ages 4-8. 
Megan began with the Royal Glenora Club in September 2015 as a Gymnastics Coach while attending school. For Megan, becoming a gymnastics coach has been a natural and newly challenging progression from dance. She thoroughly enjoys working with today's youth and watching them continuously grow.