Upscale Amenities +
Personal Training & Classes
Upscale Amenities +
Personal Training & Classes
Our staff of personal trainers are passionate and professional. With a huge array of specialties, we will help you choose the trainer who will best serve your fitness needs and build a program that's perfect for you.
Our personal trainers will show you how to eat the food you love and still achieve your fitness goals. A healthy and balanced diet is about eating smarter, not less. Let our personal trainers help you find a diet plan that will allow you to eat the foods you love and still lose weight.
Meet our awesome personal trainers - scroll down to read more!
Paul's passion for sport has largely influenced who he is and continues to guide his personal and professional life. Being an Athletic Therapist and Strength and Conditioning Specialist allows him to share his knowledge about the resiliency of the human body with others.
Paul aims to help active individuals overcome injuries, maintain physical wellness and return to their sport or activities. His practice is individualized and guided by on-going communication and education. Paul aims to enhance his client's understanding of their own capacity to heal and to physically excel. He combines manual treatments, including muscle energy technique, joint mobilizations and soft tissue release, therapeutic modalities and exercise rehabilitation to address injury and dysfunction. Movement and performance of the human body is the result of the musculoskeletal system working in harmony. This is why he uses a full-body approach to developing efficient movement patterns and a balance of strength and mobility.
BAHS-Honours Bachelor of Applied Health Sciences (Athletic Therapy)
CAT(C) - Certified Athletic Therapist – Canadian Athletic Therapists Association
CSCS - Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist – National Strength and Conditioning Association
Sports First Responder – Canadian Red Cross
Board of Directors – SportMedBC
CSIA III, CSCF I – Canadian Ski Instructors Alliance, Canadian Ski Coaches Federation
Not too long ago, Jon was a muscle bound 200lb bodybuilder who trained in the gym 5-8 times a week. When he found Yoga, he started doing some deep work which lead to the study of mind, emotion and psychotherapy. His personal practice is far more balanced now, and it is the mental, physical and emotional experience of being human that he hopes to give his full attention to for our empowerment and wellness.
Jon works with a diverse client population ranging from people who need a lot of assistance moving and exercising, recovering from stroke, or living with chronic diseases like Parkinson's, MS, and COPD to other clientele dealing with various body ailments, injuries, and those folks in need of some postural correction.
Combining his background as a Kinesiologist with experience in injury rehabilitation, strength training/body building, sport specific training with his experience teaching Yoga and meditation Jon creates unique individual and group programs for movement, well being, and healing.
As Earthly beings, our physicality is essential to maintain for our connection with a vital life. You're invited to come get strong, focussed and solid in your self while sharing this journey with others in a local yoga class or innovative fitness program.
Emily has always led a healthy and active lifestyle, playing competitive hockey for 15 years, skateboarding, snowboarding and mountain biking. Her passion for health, wellness and fitness led her to pursue a university degree in Kinesiology and Physical Education to become a Registered Kinesiologist.
After graduating with honours, Emily pursued her Exercise Physiology certification, so she could work with clients who had chronic health conditions, as well as high level athletic training. Emily is also a Registered Holistic Health Coach, helping others change their lifestyle, nutrition and mindset to create realistic and sustainable change to their life and health. Her holistic health coaching programs include brain and mood health, drug free fertility and the total health transformation.
In the gym, Emily specializes in functional training/fitness, injury rehab (bridging the gap between physiotherapy and return to activity), soft tissue/myofacial release, athletic training and helping clients manage chronic conditions. She teaches clients proper movement patterns to avoid injury, while providing a fun and functional training environment. Emily has a strong background in injury rehab, and works with local physiotherapists to provide clients with the best care. Emily strives to help clients fall in love with taking care of their health and body.
Check your benefit plan for kinesiology coverage, as sessions with Emily can be claimed.
BCAK Registered Kinesiologist
CSEP- Certified Exercise Physiologist
Registered Holistic Health Coach
Soft Tissue Release
BA Honours Kinesiology and Physical Education, Psychology minor
Marcy's active lifestyle and passion for fitness has inspired her to create a training environment that motivates and empowers individuals to continually challenge themselves in a rewarding way.
Marcy offers the highest standard of service, safety and professionalism to those wanting to adopt a balanced lifestyle and achieve their fitness goals. She is a passionate trainer who is dedicated to creating a lasting change in her clients' health habits, mindset & physique. She has been sharing her expertise & inspiring others in Squamish for the past nine years as both a personal trainer & group coach. Marcy is known for her bootcamp style training, unique ViPR workouts & motivating spin classes.
Certified Personal Trainer and Group Fitness Leader, BCRPA
Certified ViPR Instructor
Indoor Cycling Instructor
BA, Sociology (U.W.O)
First Aid & CPR/AED
Emily is a Certified Personal Trainer with specialized TRX Suspension Training and specific Pre/Postnatal Fitness knowledge. Her first personal training job was at 19 and after training for 10 years she became certified in 2013 to pursue her passion. Then in 2015 she had a baby, moved to Squamish and started teaching mom & baby bootcamps.
“I believe in a balanced approach to health and fitness. Keeping your exercise routine fun, fresh and functional. Always setting goals, big & small. Constantly learning how to serve YOU and YOUR body to move freely through life doing the things that make you happy.” - Emily
"I was struggling to lose the last 10-15lbs after having my daughter then a friend of mine recommended I check out Emily’s Mom and Baby Bootcamp. I was a little hesitant at first because my knees have always been weak and often sore. But within 6 weeks Emily was able to turn my weakness into my strength, I shed that last 10lbs and gained some amazing strength. I went from barely being able to do a 30 second plank, to being able to do 2 minutes easily. I can’t say enough great things about Emily and her training style. She made it fun for me and her positive energy and supportive nature makes for the perfect trainer. Now being pregnant again, Emily is supporting my through this pregnancy and I can't wait to see the kind of results I can get this time around postpartum." - Danielle S.
Sebastian's passion for training began the same as many other athletes, the need to get bigger, faster and stronger. His strong work ethic provided him with the opportunity to play 3 seasons with the McMaster Football team and 1 season with the McMaster Lacrosse team. To this day Sebastian continuously strives to better himself by being consistent and relentless with his training.
Sebastian has worked with all levels of fitness ranging from elite athletes to individuals that have just started to explore healthy movement. He has seen first hand the building of confidence that comes with understanding your strength and capabilities.
Sebastian utilizes a variety of training styles that focus on the development of strength, speed, and power for athletes and weekend warriors. He also uses these same techniques for those that are looking to build stability, mobility, and strength.
As a competitive trail runner, mountain biker, triathlete and wannabe skier/kiteboarder, Zoe Dawson was drawn to the Sea to Sky corridor for the mountain adventure lifestyle. After 6 years of exploring and coaching in Squamish she finally decided to attain her NCCP Action Personal Training Certification and share her passion and knowledge.
Zoe caters largely to outdoor enthusiasts and athletes, where she utilizes the gym equipment to mimic the movements of the activity/sport someone is participating in to make it fun and relatable. Zoe welcomes anybody aspiring to achieve a healthy balance in their life and she is a firm believer that the body should not be a limiting factor when it comes to experiencing adventure. She also has experience working with clients and their physiotherapists aiding in their recovery to full functionality.
Zoe’s outlook on health and fitness has changed from routine, discipline and focus to that of balance, enjoyment and fulfillment. She believes in empowering people with the ability to not only excel, but to be diverse in their fitness. Being healthy is not about following rules, it’s about living-- seeing your health and fitness as a journey, not just a destination.
Joe first fell in love with fitness in 8th grade when he dedicated himself fully to athletics and went from a knock kneed ‘non-athletic’ kid at 320+lbs to a healthy ‘athletic’ kid at 260lbs. The newfound physique and confidence completely changed the trajectory of his life.
Following an extensive career in athletics Joe underwent 6 major surgeries and battled back from countless injuries. During the process he realized that many of the injuries could have been prevented had the proper training taken place. By implementing a well-rounded combination of pre-habilitation exercises as well as mobility-based movements into his training programs he has been able to help himself, as well as his clients, reduce pain/complications from previous injuries and drastically reduce the risk of future ones.
Joe’s training style is a combination of everything he has been exposed to throughout his 13+ year career in international/professional athletics. It ranges from entry level pre-habilitative and rehabilitative movements all the way up to more advanced athletic development movements such as Olympic lifting and functional movement patterns. He likes to keep workouts fun and motivating in an effort to ensure clients are excited for each workout and develop a long-term, sustainable relationship with their fitness.
Certified Personal Trainer, canfitpro
CPR and First Aid certified
Former Team Canada Track Athlete
Div-1 NCAA Full-ride Football Scholarship Recipient (Washington State)
2nd Overall Draft Pick in 2010 CFL Draft
100th Grey Cup Champion
5 Year CFL Vet (4yrs Toronto Argonauts, 1 yr. Ottawa RedBlacks)
Hailey grew up in Vancouver and completed her BA at UBC with the intention of pursuing a teaching career in 2012. But she decided to take some “me” time and began to train for a big open water swim, and the more she trained the happier she became. This inspired her to go back to school and became a Personal Trainer, and there is nowhere she'd rather be!
Becoming a mother has had a huge impact in Hailey's training mentality. Her experience with her own fitness goals before, during and after her pregnancy ignited a deep appreciation for the fluidity of the human form. Our bodies are simply a reflection of our lifestyle, and Hailey believe's forming healthy habits is the key! After all, we want to continue our habits for the rest of our lives, so they need to be sustainable. Change is incredibly simple, when we make it simple. Changes don't have to be drastic, but should be enjoyable.
We want to see physical changes in ourselves, we want to accomplish things we couldn't do before, we want to set good examples for those we love. We want to be able to experience life, and not miss out on opportunities because our bodies won't allow us to pursue something. Hailey will strive to help you build these habits.