All of our Coaching Staff have the following certifications:

  • First Aid/CPR Certified
  • Safety/risk Management
  • Background check
  • U100 Certification
  • Safe Sport Certification
  • Attend yearly Regional Congress (gymnastics Coaches training)



Nancy Taylor grew up in Hood River, Oregon where she rode the bus after school to gymnastics classes several days each week.  If she wasn't at the gym you could find her at a dance class or piano lessons.  She loved the days she got to go to gymnastics because she learned how to work hard and to have the patience to achieve many different skills.   As a young girl she was very shy and gymnastics gave her the confidence and strength to come out of her shell and make a lot of new friendships.    In 1993 she married her high school sweetheart and they have 3 children. When she had children of her own she wanted them to take gymnastics classes as well.  Her gymnastics experience allowed her the opportunity to volunteer at her children's gymnastics school.

She is a Piano Instructor for Children & Adults in Gearhart, Oregon.   She has been a Piano Instructor for the past 22 years and truly loves it!
CrossFit has also played a large roll in her life.  She is currently a CrossFit Level 1 and CrossFit Kids Certified instructor.  Before opening Infinity in January 2017 she coached CrossFit Kids classes for 3 years.  Her passion is teaching children that exercise is fun and create a life long enjoyment of fitness in whatever activity or sport they choose.



Doug Oldham was born and raised in Montana.  He began his coaching career in Alaska where he worked with gymnasts, ages toddler to adult.  He has coached in Alaska, Washington and now Oregon.  He has worked as both a competitive and recreational coach and gym manager.  Doug has been coaching for 19 years and recently moved to the area with his wife and soulmate; who is a First-Grade teacher in Warrenton.  Doug currently works as head coach and program director at Infinity Gymnastics Academy. He is the father of two boys and recently became a grandparent for the first time.  When not coaching, he enjoys singing and bowling. 


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Jessica is a born & raised Oregonian.  She grew up in the small town of Sherwood, where she fell in love with Cheer & Gymnastics. She participated on the high school cheer squad as well as 2 competitive cheer teams. She would either be at practice, work, school, or at home practicing on their family's trampoline.  Fast forward to her 3rd year of college, she tied the knot with her high school sweetheart, Zach, in 2012. Her husband is a member of the United States Coast Guard since 2011. Adjusting to the military lifestyle was challenging. They have moved to several CG bases. While being stationed in Kodiak, Alaska their little expanded from 2 to 3 in 2016. A couple years later they received new orders & moved to Warrenton, Oregon. Here their newest addition arrived November 2018.  She enjoys all things outdoors; hiking, camping, fishing, etc.  Jessica finds tranquility in nature & finds the same peace of mind out on the mat. Whit the loving support of her husband & family, Jessica hopes to share her enthusiasm with aspiring youth.



Gymnastics has been a part of her life since She was 4 years old. She immediately loved it and continued to compete in gymnastics until She was 16 years old. When She could no longer compete, she started coaching. She has had 3 coaching jobs total but Infinity Gymnastics will always be the gym her heart feels most at home. She love to work with kids, especially in gymnastics because She loves to see them succeed. She loves their smiling faces when they finally achieve something they’ve been working on. The struggles and the hardships they go through in this sport are intense and she likes to be someone the kids feel like they can depend on and talk to even when things are hard. The minds of children are very moldable and I love to be able to see not only their physical growth and improvement, but also the mental growth. It’s amazing to watch these kids become who they are meant to be and no other job Could give her that experience quite like coaching!


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Kylie was born in Alaska, raised in Napa, CA and now exploring Warrenton, OR. She has a Bachelors degree in psychology with an emphasis on biology from UC Davis. She has been coaching youth sports since 2016. Kylie enjoys working with children and is continuing on to obtain a teaching credential in elementary education.


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Ethan grew up in Seaside and is a Seaside High School graduate.  He enjoyed performing in the yearly High School Drama productions.  He also was a member of the High School Choir and Band ensemble. In his free time he enjoys playing video games and solving Rubik's cubes and puzzle games. Ethan enjoys developing his students character through Infinity's Powerful Words curriculum, and he enjoys getting to know his students personalities and training them in the way of the NINJA!



Jason grew up in Milwaukee, WI, joined the Army at 21 years old and has traveled and lived all around the world because of it. When Jason was stationed in Germany, he was introduced to CrossFit and that's when his passion for fitness grew. That was the building block for the importance of movement. CrossFit, Powerlifting, calisthenics, parkour....

Jason got stationed in Astoria as the local Army recruiter in late 2019, with over 15 years .... Jason likes to be part of the community. Moved here with his wife and 3 kids.

He loves working with kids and understands the importance of healthy movement starting at a young age. He's looking forward to watching and motivating the children be their best selves in the Ninja Kidz classes.


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Jessica Taylor graduated with a Bachelor of Science in dance at the University of Oregon in 2017. Her favorite styles of dance are contemporary, ballet, Jazz and Hip hop. Jessica is currently pursuing her dream of becoming a dance teacher and choreographer by being involved in as many teaching and choreographic opportunities as possible. Currently, Jessica is teaching dance at Doty Performance, Innovative Dance Studio, Allegro Dance Studio, & Metro Dance Academy. She is also working with Infinity Gymnastics Academy, teaching their competitive team dance lessons and contributing to their floor routine choreography. While exploring new teaching and choreographic ideas, she likes to focus on helping dancers find identity and empowerment through movement. She believes that dance can not only change how we think, but also how we live our lives. Dance has changed her perspective, teaching her to see the beauty involved in everyday movements and how dance can bring people together. With that principle in mind, she wishes to share her love of the art by teaching, creating and presenting dance with people of all ages; encouraging people to begin at any level so they may experience the joys of dance.