Personal Training

All Courtenay Recreation training sessions are pre-planned and custom tailored by your fitness specialist to meet your specific needs, goals, personality, and availability.

Personal Training Prices:

  Private  Semi Private
1 Session $65   $98
3 Sessions $195  $292
5 Sessions $300  $450
10 Sessions $550  $828

Personal Training Health Screening Form [PDF - 235 KB]

Personal Trainers 

Juan Blancas

Personal Trainer, Weight Training, Fitness Theory, Third Age
Certified Since: 2002
Training Specialties:

  • 55+ Strength Training
  • Functional Movement Training
  • Strength and Conditioning Training
  • Core Activation and Stability Training
  • Multi-joint and Flexibility Training

I first gained interest in fitness as a young teen by participating in running track, dance, and other various sports. The need to build muscle and get stronger (I was very skinny) sparked an interest which quickly developed into a passion. Since then, I’ve dedicated my career to understanding the most effective ways to build lean muscle mass, improve muscular endurance, and increase strength – all through resistance training.This career path was the obvious choice for me as I have a natural ability to teach people and motivate them to understand and trust the training methods I have learnt in my more than two decades as a personal trainer. This knowledge has helped me design effective, goal-oriented training programs, which are easy to understand, manageable, and most importantly – fun!

Tammy Jones

Personal Training, Group Fitness, Third Age, Zumba, TRX, Spin, Fitness Theory, Aquafit
Certified Since: 2006
Training Specialties:

  •   Cardio-Kickboxing
  •   Bootcamps
  •   H.I.I.T.

Growing up in Red Deer, I developed a love for sport and fitness while in school, including competitive kickboxing – which I did for four years. Once both my kids were in school, I set out to find a career that was both fulfilling and still allowed me to still be a full-time mom.
I attended my first fitness class in 2005 and was immediately sold, as I had the best time, and instantly knew I wanted to teach. I went on to complete the fitness theory and physiology courses and then, I moved on and earned certifications in weight training, spin, group fitness, and personal training. I quickly developed a passion for working with seniors, so I took more courses and earned both my 3rd Age and Aqua-Fit certifications.
I’ve been working with Courtenay Recreation since 2013, and my favorite part about being a personal trainer is seeing participants gain confidence and reach their goals. I love seeing how happy my clients are when they see progress, and it makes me feel so good to be able to help them with their fitness journey.

Nancy Victoria

Bachelor of General Studies in Sports & Rec, Minor in Rehab, Personal Trainer, Spin
Training Specialties:

  • Women and Weight Loss
  • Older Adult
  • Bender Ball
  • Sports Conditioning
  • Functional Conditioning

My fitness career started in my early twenties, teaching aerobic dance and fitness classes at the YMCA in Brandon, Manitoba. Shortly after, I worked as a fitness supervisor for the Manitoba Fitness Council, where I certified instructors. I furthered my education by attending Brandon University, and earning my Bachelor’s in Sport and Recreation, with a minor in Rehab. I then went on to become a certified CanFitPro personal trainer, and eventually a CanFitPro Trainer of Trainers for Fitness, Personal Training, and Old Age Fitness disciplines.
I really enjoy teaching classes, especially my spin and chiseled programs we run here at the Lewis Centre. I love watching my clients and participants become more physically fit and make positive changes in their lives.

Signi Caine

Personal Trainer, Weight Training, Third Age, Group Fitness
Training Specialties:
      • Step
      • Resistance Training
      • Older Adult Fitness
      • Spin
      • Core Conditioning

I have been involved in the fitness industry for many years, starting with earning my Bachelor’s of Recreation Studies, then moving on to working as an Adaptive and Youth Recreation Programmer at the YMCA in Winnipeg. Alongside both positions, I was a group fitness and aqua fit instructor until my fourth child was born. While raising my kids, I remained connected to the fitness world through yoga, running, and fitness classes. After my youngest child graduated high school, I went back to “school” myself and earned five BCRPA certifications in one year.
I feel very fortunate to be part of the Lewis Centre Personal Training Team. I enjoy working with all ages but particularly with older adults. I like to focus on functional fitness and core training with my clients. I absolutely love my job and the feeling of being able to help people achieve their fitness goals.


Benefits of Personal Training

• Improve Your Overall Fitness.
Improve cardiovascular health, strength, flexibility, endurance, posture, balance and coordination
• Learn to Stick to It.
Qualified personal trainers can provide  motivation for developing a healthy lifestyle.
• Find the Right Way to Work Out.
You will learn the correct way to use equipment, and appropriate form and technique.
• Stop wasting Time.
Get maximum results in minimum time with a personal program.
• Benefit From the Buddy System.
What could be better than making a commitment to regularly meet with someone who  will provide you with individualized attention and support?

Please note: Program information on this website is subject to change.