Justice Cravens


Justice is from Nine Mile Falls, WA and graduated from Lakeside High School. She is currently attending Eastern Washington University where she is majoring in Criminal Justice and minoring in Sociology and Psychology. Growing up, Justice didn’t do gymnastics herself, but she has been in the atmosphere. Justice is the second oldest of over 13 cousins and her family is very close, so she has a lot of experience with kids. She also volunteered at the Boys and Girls Club in Mead, WA as a “Leader in Training” when she was a freshman in high school. Justice started coaching at Spokane Gymnastics in 2023 and enjoys working with the PE Tots and Preschoolers. Justice enjoys teaching all the events. She describes her coaching style as energetic, silly, and very determined. Justice loves teaching kids to overcome fears and teaching them to never say “I can’t” but instead “I can once”. This usually leads them to enjoy the skill and the ability to overcome fear.  

Outside of Spokane Gymnastics, Justice loves nature and being outside. She loves adventuring and discovering cool places around town to explore. She also enjoys a good color-by-number page and anything to do with those sorts of things. An interesting fact about Justice is that she has an undiagnosed genetic medical condition, so she has overcome every obstacle life has thrown her way. Her name and short bio are featured on the Aware of Angels website. She wasn’t supposed to be able to do things kids enjoyed like riding bikes, swimming, and even walking or being active, but she is here today doing all that and more!