Meet Our Team!
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Riana Galassini Eaton
Owner / Business
Riana is a graduate of Alamogordo High School and has been a lifetime resident with a short living stent in Las Cruces while attending New Mexico State University. After graduating with a double Bachelor’s degree, she returned to Alamogordo to make it her permanent home. Riana is married to Bryce, and they have two children. Her love for gymnastics began when her daughter had a passion for the sport, and she wanted to create an atmosphere for others to have a place to go that offered multiple options for not only gymnasts but kids of all sorts.
Owner / Head Coach &
Echo Johnson has been married for five years to her husband Craig and has four beautiful daughters. She recently moved back to Alamogordo, where she was introduced to gymnastics by her best friend in the 2nd grade. Echo was a competitive gymnast for over ten years, in Alamogordo, NM, and Greeley, CO. She transitioned from a gymnast to a coach as her career began winding down and has had the opportunity to coach at multiple gyms in Colorado, New Mexico, and Texas. Her favorite part of being a coach is seeing a student get a skill and being part of that "aha" moment, where the drills, conditioning, and perseverance all come tougher to make that moment happen. Echo is excited to be sharing her love for gymnastics and cheer with her hometown community. She hopes that Xtreme Amplitude becomes a place that not only teaches student skills for gymnastics but also helps them to succeed in all aspects of their life.
Kristina was born in Phoenix, AZ and moved to New Mexico about five years ago. She started her passion for gymnastics when she was 8 years old with tumbling classes. At 11, Kris moved into competitive gymnastics and advanced over the years to Level 5. After an injury force Kris to give up her competitive career, she decided to continue her love for gymnastics through coaching. She works hard to encourage all of her students to do the best they can everyday.
Head Team Coach
Sha'uri is a recent college graduate from New Mexico State University, where she received a B.A. in Dance with a focus in contemporary movement and education. While at NMSU, Shari joined the NMSU Sundancers where she completed four years on the team, attended NDA College Nationals and received 2 All-American Nominations at NDA collegiate camp. Professionally, Sha'uri spent ten years as a competitive gymnast, training in gyms in California, England, and New Mexico. Over the past six years, Sha'uri has worked as an assistant coach in dance and gymnastics programs, was the head instructor for Mayfield High Schools Color Guard program, worked as a technician for Las Cruces and Onate High School Pom teams, and runs her own summer dance classes in Las Cruces.
Hannah is 18, she is originally from Massachusetts. She is a recent graduate from Alamogordo High School. Hannah has cheered for 11 years and also has experience with tumbling and spotting. She is terrific with kids and adults alike and always has a passion for what she is doing.
Trevor is a sports enthusiast and a military kid. After participating in several different sports, he found his passion in men's gymnastics. His gymnastics career started at age 10 in Alabama. He has competed in Alabama and Texas winning many State, Regional and local awards. He loves all six events and the camaraderie that a team provides. Trevor has competed as a Level 10 gymnast for the past two years. Being in gymnastics has focused Trevor not only on his health and fitness but also in his education as he pursues excellence in all he does.
Kim Buie has been a New Mexico resident for the past 28 years. She currently works for Varsity Spirit, the leader in the cheerleading industry, as the State Director for Training and Education for the UCA and NCA brands in New Mexico, Colorado, Wyoming and Montana. She is active in the cheerleading community as a Game Day judge for state association and national competitions around the country and, also, as a clinician for Varsity University. She served as the Varsity Cheerleading coach at Alamogordo High School for a total of 14 years, winning State titles for the Tigers in 1996, 2002 and 2004, as well as a runner-up trophy in 2012. Most recently, Kim was named the “New Mexico Legend of Spirit” at the 2019 New Mexico Activities Association State Spirit Competition.
Kim is married to Alamogordo native John Buie and they have 3 grown children, Dustin, Morgan and Blair. They share their home now with their two dogs, Bodie and Iris. In her free time, Kim enjoys yoga, hiking and traveling with her family.