Tracy Gannon

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Tracy has been involved in the sport of gymnastics since the age of 3.  She competed Division I intercollegiate gymnastics for the University of Rhode Island where she had the opportunity to compete internationally in Israel. Tracy went on to coach the North Kingstown High School gymnastics team where she guided the team to 3 state championships and was named RI Interscholastic League Coach of the Year.  She then became the Assistant Women’s Gymnastics Coach at Rhode Island College and began teaching developmental gymnastics at Warwick Dance and Gymnastics Academy.  She is currently on staff at Aim High Academy working with the compulsory and optional gymnasts of all ages.  Tracy has also been a speaker at USA Gymnastics Regional Congress on upper extremity injury prevention and core strengthening for gymnastics.
Tracy earned her Bachelor of Science in Physical Education and Master of Science in Physical Therapy from the University of Rhode Island.  She has been a physical therapist for 20 years and currently works part-time in the outpatient orthopedic setting.  When she is not working, Tracy enjoys spending time with her husband and 3 amazing children. We are thrilled to  have Tracy join our TF staff!


The Talent Factory Reviews

Hi Dana,

I just wanted to tell you what a great experience I had observing this week!! 

Backing up a bit, when we were carefully selecting which studio we were moving to, Taylor participated in a camp week last summer (2012).   Even though you were in a temporary studio, the atmosphere was exactly what I hoped it would be.  Everyone was so friendly and truly passionate about dance. It was fun and serious at the same time. We were hooked. 


Last year she grew so much as a dancer thanks to the dedication of you and your staff. I felt like she was so far behind other dancers of her age when she started. Although she still has so much to learn, I am amazed at how far she has come. Not only has her skill improved but her love of dance is immeasurable. I can't thank you all enough, especially Miss Keryn, who has totally transformed my little girl. 


So, to my point, this is my first time ever observing classes. I can't tell you how much this week affirmed my choice to become a part of TFDC. The classes were very professional, organized and effective.  But what I knew in my heart, I finally saw with my own eyes. Every teacher was so passionate and really cares about every student.  Their energy and enthusiasm was so intense that I wanted to dance!! Lol. Miss Tara, Miss Keryn, Miss Kayla & yourself are truly special people. 

I'm so glad I finally took the time to sit in on classes and was able to feel the pure joy that she does for dance. What an amazing program and we are thrilled to be a part of it all. Thank you for all you do. 

Thank YOU. The hard work, talent and caring you and your staff put into everything you do is apparent and appreciated. Looking forward to next year's show! -June
Dana: Thank you for doing such a great job. You are really very gifted at your art. You push the kids to reach their best during the year and then are so supportive during the recital. You are complete grace under pressure. Enjoy some relaxation -Amy
THANK YOU for all your hard work in putting together yet ANOTHER fab recital. It's really so amazing to watch it all come together so "professionally"! -Cathy
The show was extremely professional and ran so smoothly it was amazing. I credit you and thank you for providing a wonderful experience for our family.
Thank you for all that you and your staff do! Talent factory is such a great place for to grow up and we feel so lucky. Thank you for all you offer our daughters.