Personal Training

Mobile Training

Anyone of our trainers will come to your home or office. No intimidation factor! We will develop a program for you with the equipment that you have, and we will bring specialized equipment. No more waiting for machines at the gym! We will work around your schedule.

  • Rates (Revised September 2012)
  • All sessions must be pre-paid!
  • Sessions expire 1 year after purchase.
  • Please note there will be a $30.00 travel charge on all appointments and sessions over 20 kilometres.
  • All sessions are 30 - 40 minutes.
    Individual - New Clients Only (1.5 hours) - $249.00
    This hour and a half includes initial phone consultation, (health questionnaire & client interview), a F.M.S. (Functional Movement Screen) and Body Composition testing.
  • Each session is 30 - 40 minutes.
  • Each additional session purchased - $200.00
  • 5 Session Package - $900.00 (10% Discount)
  • 10 Session Package - $1700.00 (15% Discount)
  • 20 Session Package - $3200.00 (20% Discount)
    Paid In Full, or 2 equal payments
  • Partner - New Clients Only (1.5 hours) - $299
    This two hour session includes initial phone consultation, (health questionnaire & client interview), a F.M.S. (Functional Movement Screen) and Body Composition testing.
  • Partner Packages
    Do you want that extra support? Workout with your spouse or friend!
  • All sessions are 30 minutes.
  • Partner Training - $240.00 per couple
  • 5 Session Package - $1080.00
  • 10 Session Package - $2040.00
  • 20 Session Package - $3840.00

    Paid In Full, or 2 equal payments

Corporate Fitness

  • Reduced Turnover
    As we all know, employee replacement costs can be quite high for any kind of business. The effort and expense associated with running employment ads, reading applications, checking references, interviewing qualified candidates and hiring, and training a new employee can cost the company six times more than retaining an existing one.
  • Reduced Absenteeism
    When an employee misses work in a business setting, the entire organization is forced to absorb their responsibilities. Even the event of the occasional absence caused by things like colds and the flu, work can back up and tensions can build. Even worse is a long-term absence caused by a major health event that requires hospitalization and/or rehabilitation. By preventing certain types of illness caused by poor lifestyle habits, health promotion programs can play an important role in reducing absenteeism.
  • Employees Stress Levels are Increasing
    More and more business leaders and health promotion practitioners are looking to health promotion programs as a means of reducing, managing, and in some instances, even eliminating harmful stressors. By implementing a comprehensive stress management intervention, it is possible for leaders of businesses to successfully combat prevalent stressors in the workplace.
  • Improved Morale
    As the organizational culture begins to change as a result of your health promotion efforts, you and your employees may actually begin to see and feel a new level of energy within the organization.
  • Increased Productivity
    Studies have shown that 80% of the employees that had taken part in the health promotion program became more productive at work as it helped them achieve a state of relaxation and creativity.
  • Last but not least...Healthy Employees Equal Happy Employees
  • Rates
  • Please phone us at (403) 305-9796 for more information on rates.
Group Training Sessions
Group Training Sessions (for up to 30 people, depending on space size) can be great for team building, including strength, cardio, core and a flexibility component. Prices vary according to number of participants and type of training. Group Training may include Bootcamps, Kettle Bell Classes, Fitness Kickboxing and many more activities.
Lunch and Learn presentations on Fitness and Nutrition
Sessions may include such topics as:
  • Tips to fit in exercise throughout your day
  • Choosing exercise equipment
  • Clean eating tips and recipes
  • Stretching and relaxation in the workplace
  • Fitness myths
  • 12 tips to avoid the flu