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This year's NSFA Exercise Leadership Summit is all about “Experiencing NSFA” and we have topics of interest from every certification we offer,

GEL, Group Exercise Leader

ADE, Adapting for Diversity in Exercise

WT, Weight Trainer

PT, Personal Training

AEL/AQX, Aqua Exercise Leader

ICE, Indoor Cycling Exercise Leader


with lectures and workshops that will also provide you with continuing education.

Our Summit location this year, is the Dalhousie University Campus with morning lectures at the Student Union Building and active afternoon sessions at Dalplex. Lunch is included.

Some of the session topics include:

  • Cardio Combat Workshop- How to Integrate Combat into any Class
  • Breathing, the Forgotten Foundation.
  • The Fitness Pro's Guide to Personalized Meal Planning
  • Exercise and Osteoporosis
  • Foundations of Power: Olympic Barbell Class
  • Athletic Vertical Aquatic Training
  • Introducing Step to Your Fitness Group
  • Organizing and Facilitating Local and International Wellness Retreats

And more!

  • There will also be a CPR recertification session available after the Summit at the Dalplex location. CPR recertification is provided by Priority First Aid.

Be sure to register soon, you won’t want to miss this exciting Summit!


Keynote Address

Ben McDonald

A Simplified Approach for Huge Success!!

The fitness world can be a very overwhelming place for people taking the first steps on their journey, from Weightlifting to HIIT Classes, Gymnastics to Body Combat, we unknowingly create an exclusive environment from the outside looking in!! How can we change the perception of the industry and understand how to make clients and fitness participants feel included and successful? Join Ben McDonald to see how we can flip ‘Beast mode’ into ‘Least mode’ and have people feeling like health and fitness champions!

9:00 AM to 9:45 AM

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Dalhousie Student Union Building

9:55 AM -10:55 AM

The Fitness Pro's Guide to Personalized Meal Planning

Presenter Lisa Tsakos

This 1-hour workshop dives into proven efficient meal-planning strategies for both fitness professionals and your clients. Our expert speaker will guide you through menu design and healthy food preparation to help your clients nourish and thrive while saving time and money. Learn how to balance macronutrient ratios and portions, optimize meal timing and frequency, and make healthier eating choices. Gain practical insights into strategies for busy lifestyles while addressing clients at various fitness levels. Learn invaluable tips for overcoming common challenges that can interfere with healthy eating goals.

Exercise and Osteoporosis

Presenter: Brittany Klingmann

Resistance training plays a vital role in maintaining bone health, functional independence, and longevity with our aging population. For far too long, fear-based messaging has been delivered to those with osteoporosis. In this presentation I hope to empower you with the knowledge to apply a fitness-forward approach with your aging clients and show how exposing them to resistance training loads and high impact principles can have many lasting positive impacts.

In this lecture you will learn about:

  • Osteoporosis – what is it?
  • Implications of bone changes
  • Falls, Fractures, and Fragility – how exercise protects us against the 3 F’s!
  • Benefits of resistance training
  • What exercise professionals can do to prevent and improve Osteoporosis!

High Five: Principles of Healthy Aging (PHA)

Presenter: Alan MacKeigan

Learn more about the one-day training that provides insights into the unique needs of older adults when participating in recreation and leisure activities in municipal or retirement communities. This course provides evidence-based approaches to improve the experience of participants by implementing the HIGH FIVE Principles of Healthy Aging. Topics include ageism, program planning, and the importance that physical literacy plays in sustained long-term health, increased social connectedness, improved general mental and physical well-being and a better quality of life.


Dalhousie Student Union Building

11:00 AM -12:00 PM

Exercise for Clients with Pre-diabetes/Type 2 Diabetes

Presenter: Caitlin Doyle

Discover the essential insights and strategies for effectively working with clients living with diabetes or pre-diabetes in this informative session. With 34% of Nova Scotians affected by diabetes or pre-diabetes, understanding the distinctions of managing this population is critical for ensuring the health and safety of your clients.

Join us as we explore the fundamentals of diabetes management, including the types of exercise prescriptions suitable for individuals with diabetes or pre-diabetes, and essential safety precautions to consider. Gain practical knowledge on assessing risk factors, managing blood glucose levels, and adapting exercise regimens to meet the unique needs of your clients.

Organizing and Facilitating Local and International Wellness Retreats

Presenter: Amber Allan

Embark on a transformative journey into the world of wellness retreats with our comprehensive workshop on "Organizing and Facilitating Local and International Wellness Retreats," led by Amber Allan, an experienced wellness expert and retreat facilitator. This workshop is designed for wellness enthusiasts, coaches and entrepreneurs eager to unlock the secrets to creating memorable and impactful retreat experiences.

Workshop Highlights:

  • Planning: Dive into the essentials of planning for wellness retreats, covering everything from location selection to itinerary design.
  • Logistics Mastery: Learn the art of managing logistics seamlessly, including accommodations, meals, transportation, and on-site activities, ensuring a stress-free experience for both organizers and participants.
  • Program Development: Uncover the key elements of crafting a well-balanced and transformative wellness program, incorporating fitness, mindfulness, and holistic health practices.
  • Marketing and Promotion: Explore effective strategies for marketing and promoting wellness retreats, both locally and internationally, to attract the right audience and maximize attendance.
  • Participant Engagement: Discover techniques to keep participants engaged and inspired throughout the retreat, fostering a supportive and uplifting community.

Trends, Challenges and Opportunities in the Fitness Industry

Session Moderator: Greg Simmons

The fitness industry is constantly evolving! If you are curious about emerging trends, experiencing new challenges, or seeking inspiration for new opportunities you will want to join this conversation.  If you have a specific burning question about a Trend, Challenge or Opportunity in the fitness industry send an email to [email protected] before April 7 and he can cover some of the topics that are of particular interest to you.

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12:00 PM to 1:00 PM

Dalhousie Student Union Building



1:30 PM -2:30 PM

Athletic Vertical Aquatic Training - Deep

Instructor: Sylvie Pouliot

Leave the floor behind and experience the challenge of vertical exercise in deep water. No swimming skills required!

Deep water offers complete freedom of movement in all planes. Work of breathing, upper extremity overload, balance and core stabilization are constantly challenged. Your workload is created by YOU - how you stabilize your core and how vigorously you move! In this deep water session, participants will learn how to move well in deep water and experience an intense athletic workout. Flotation belts are provided and required to wear, (even if you are a strong swimmer) and will be properly fitted before participation.

Foundations of Power: Olympic Barbell Class

Instructor: Jade Martin

This dynamic class is meticulously crafted to immerse you in the fundamental elements of lifting while simultaneously enhancing your overall functional strength and agility for everyday activities.

At the heart of this class lies a dedicated focus on mastering the setup and execution of Main, and Olympic lifts with the barbell. Through detailed instruction and hands-on guidance, you'll learn the intricacies of proper form, grip, stance, and posture essential for maximizing your lifting potential. Whether you're a novice looking to refine your technique or a seasoned lifter aiming to elevate your skills, this class provides the perfect platform to enhance your proficiency in lifting.

Cardio Combat Workshop- How to integrate Combat into any Class

Instructor Amber Allan

Join us on a journey of dynamic movement and choreography with our Cardio Combat Workshop, presented by Amber Allan, a seasoned fitness professional with 20 years of experience. In this hands-on session, attendees will delve into the intricacies of perfecting combat sequences, gaining insights into form, technique, and the art of seamless integration into fitness classes for all ages and abilities.

Key Takeaways:

1.    In-Depth Form Understanding: A comprehensive understanding of the correct form and execution for various combat movements.

2.    Choreographic Skills: The ability to design and choreograph unique combat sequences tailored to different fitness routines.

3.    Teaching Techniques: Strategies to effectively teach combat sequences, ensuring a dynamic and engaging fitness class.

4.    Peer Collaboration: A chance to network and collaborate with fellow fitness instructors, fostering a sense of community within the industry.

5.    Resource Kit: Receive a resource kit packed with reference materials, tips, and guides for future use in class planning.

This workshop promises not only to enhance the technical skills of fitness instructors but also to inspire creativity, fostering a community of empowered and knowledgeable professionals. Join us for a session that combines learning, creativity, and a passion for fitness!

Barre Fitness

Instructor: Emilie Gilbert

Balance, Strength, Flexibility

Learn how you can incorporate new moves into your program that can be modified for most fitness levels.

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2:45 PM -3:45 PM

AquaYoga - Deep

Instructor: Sylvie Pouliot

Yoga in deep water offers interesting balance and flexibility challenges! Sylvie will keep you warm and active, interspersed with deep water yoga poses and stretches. Flotation devices will be used strategically to keep your head above water AND assist yoga moves. Enjoy the power and peace of AquaYoga Deep with Sylvie.

Core Power

Instructor: Cassidy Klein

This interactive session will focus on the core! Starting from anatomy and moving into the biomechanics of core engagement, you will learn about the core and its role in functional movement. We will also cover how to properly assess and screen for core engagement, allowing you to better cue and teach progressions and regressions with clients and in classes.

Periodization in Resistance Training- Optimize Performance!

Instructor: Lindsay McFarlane

The theory is simple – we follow a Periodized program that sets goals to optimize performance and results by working in specific cycles. By working in cycles and using Endurance, Hypertrophy and Strength techniques the muscles are continually challenged and the body does not have a chance to adapt. This Strength training class uses a variety of equipment to showcase different phases of exercise. This class is suitable for both beginner and advanced participants.

Course Outcomes:

1. Understanding of Periodization: Participants will gain an understanding of the concept of periodization in resistance training, including its principles and how it can be applied to optimize performance and results.

2. Familiarity with Cycles: Participants will become familiar with the concept of training cycles and how they can be structured to target different aspects of fitness, such as endurance, hypertrophy, and strength.

3. Application of Different Training Phases: Participants will learn various endurance, hypertrophy, and strength training techniques and how to integrate them into their periodized training programs effectively.

4. Muscle Challenge: Participants will understand the importance of continually challenging the muscles through progressive overload and variation in exercise selection, intensity, and volume.

5. Practical Application: Through practical demonstrations and hands-on exercises, participants will gain the skills and confidence to apply periodization principles to their own resistance training programs, regardless of their fitness level or experience.

Overall, the workshop aims to empower participants with the knowledge and tools necessary to design and implement effective periodized resistance training programs that optimize performance and results while minimizing the risk of plateaus and overtraining.

Introducing STEP to Your Fitness Class

Instructor: Amanda Maillet

Get set for an enjoyable workout with fun music!! In this workshop, we will discuss safe stepping practices. We will also learn how to break down moves in order to help participants grasp complex maneuvers better. 

Teaching Indoor Cycling to Beginners

Instructor: Tammy Mercier

Indoor Cycling 101: Set your beginner indoor cyclists up for success! Join Tammy as she takes you though this master class and learn how to cue everything from proper bike set up to proper form and address common issues for beginner indoor cyclists. And.. have a good workout in the process!

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4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Title: Breathing, the Forgotten Foundation.

Instructor: Ben McDonald

Breathing is often overlooked but is the foundation of life!! As one of the only animals on the planet that can consciously manipulate breathing depth, cadence and mechanics to affect us both physically and psychologically, it's always good to understand the 'why' behind breathing techniques. In this session we will look at how to assess the mechanics of breathing, the bio-chemical aspect of breathing and how to retrain both to affect overall well-being!! Join Ben McDonald for this interactive, practical session that will have you thinking a little differently about how you, your clients and your class participants breathe!!

Chest Deep & Delightful

Instructor: Sylvie Pouliot

Aqua fitness in chest-deep water has some similarities to land-based fitness because you are using the pool floor. That’s where the similarity ends!

AQX aqua fitness instructors utilize aquatic properties and instructional techniques to help you get the most from your aquatic exercise session, without additional equipment! Every move is resisted. You are cooled by the water. Gravitational forces and joint-loading are off-set by buoyancy. Your heart beats more efficiently.

You can work as hard or as gently as you choose – Sylvie will show you how!

Best Practices for Modifying and Progressing Exercises

Instructor: Caitlin Doyle

Unlock the power of exercise modifications in this dynamic session designed to elevate your training arsenal and enhance client outcomes. A trainer's proficiency in adapting exercises through regressions and progressions is a cornerstone skill when catering to diverse populations. Join us as we explore the variables that can influence exercise selection.

You’ll gain insights into the variables influencing regressions and progressions, empowering you to tailor exercises to meet the unique needs and abilities of your clients. From foundational movements to advanced techniques, you'll discover practical tools and strategies for adapting exercises across various modalities and movement patterns.



Spinning for Good Health

Instructor: Maryann Peacock

Join Maryann for a fun hour of spin and get a good sweat on! She will take you on a journey where you will be sprinting and climbing, all while having fun and spinning to great music.! You will come away with some tips for different drills you can add to your own spin class.

Rock Your Assessments!

How to assess clients more thoroughly to allow for more realistic goal setting!

Instructor Melissa Millar

Knowing what your client needs often goes beyond hearing their stated goals- how do you ensure they can see and feel results from the work they’re putting in or know that what you’re giving them is enough to create positive change?

Do you…

  • know how to do a quick postural assessment? A flexibility assessment?
  • have tools for describing and dealing with obstacles, or for measuring satisfaction with elements of wellbeing such as sleep, self-esteem, mindful eating, & stress management?
  • go beyond weight and BMI and conduct fitness assessments that allow you and your client to establish benchmarks for progress?

An often missed part of the assessment process is language so we’ll also discuss some key phrases and cues for helping the client to think about themselves, and their goals, differently.

Need Your CPR-C Recertification?

Location: Dalplex classroom

After the Summit at 5:15, join Gordon and ACTAR from Priority First Aid Training for this recertification session.

This is an add-on session to the Summit, you must opt into the CPR recertification to attend.

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Meet Our Presenters

Ben McDonald

Keynote Speaker

Ben McDonald is the Director Of Education for DTS Fitness Education a lead instructor for the Stretch To Win Institute, Master Instructor for The Oxygen Advantage and the Lead Educator for Vivobarefoot Canada. 

Ben has been involved in the Health and Fitness Industry for almost 30 years training a wide array of people including beginners, premiership footballers, national champions in boxing, and elite level athletes. He is an award-winning international Keynote speaker and presenter, author, course developer and educator teaching for multiple ‘gold standard’ fitness education companies around the world and is considered the UK’s leading expert in Power Club training – Ben’s presenting style is second to none!! Working with athletes to the layperson, Ben is a strong believer that ‘movement is medicine’, and as such fitness should be inclusive and not exclusive!!.

Cassidy Klein

PT (Resident), MSc (Rehabilitation Research), CSEP-CPT

Cassidy grew up in the Annapolis Valley where she completed her Bachelor of Kinesiology with Honours at Acadia University. During this time her interest in movement science and research started to grow. She then went on to complete a Master of Science (Rehabilitation Research) examining the effects of exercise on the brain while simultaneously completing a Master of Science (Physiotherapy) both at Dalhousie University.

During her time at Dalhousie, she gained experience working with a variety of populations in acute care, obstetrics and pelvic health, and various orthopedic populations in both public and private settings. Through this experience, she has gained an interest working in orthopedics populations using exercise to help strengthen and improve patient mobility and function. She also shares a keen interest in pelvic health and hopes to further explore this area following her residency period. She is currently completing her physiotherapy residency at CBI Health, where she treats a wide variety of health and wellness issues. 

Amber Allan

· Certified Fitness Instructor Specialist

· Certified Personal Trainer

· Certified Life Coach

· 200 HR YTT Yoga Instructor

· Certified Zumba Instructor

· Agatsu Certified Kettlebell Instructor

· Public Speaker

· Corporate Wellness Specialists

· Retreat Facilitator

Introducing Amber Allan, a seasoned fitness professional, yoga instructor, and certified life coach with an impressive 20 years of experience. Beyond the physical aspects of wellness, Amber holds a certification as a life coach, reflecting a holistic approach to health and well-being. A passionate advocate for health, fitness, and balanced living, Amber is now embarking on an exciting venture—opening a unique Fitness and Wellness Studio in the picturesque setting of St. Margarets Bay, Nova Scotia. With a commitment to providing a diverse range of activities, from fitness classes and outdoor adventures to rejuvenating retreats, Amber is dedicated to creating a space that nurtures both the body and the mind. With a wealth of experience and a vision for holistic well-being, Amber is poised to make a significant impact on the wellness landscape in Nova Scotia!

Jade Martin

Fitness Entrepeneur


Jade Martin is dedicated to fostering mental fitness and emotional resilience among members of the community. Her commitment to this cause led to her recognition in the Nova Scotia House of Assembly, starting in 2010 and extending through to 2019, primarily through her work through Balance Fitness, and mental health organization, Mindset Matters. In 2020, Jade was recognized as Nova Scotia's best health and fitness businesswoman, by Acquisition International Influential Awards. In addition to her professional pursuits, Jade is a devoted mother of two and actively serves as a core station volunteer firefighter and Fire Fighting Mentor for Camp Courage, first response camp. Her multifaceted approach to community well-being reflects her aspiration to inspire today’s society to embody resilience, respect, and a relentless pursuit of personal growth-empowering them to become the best versions of themselves.

Lisa Tsakos


Lisa is a nationally recognized workplace wellness speaker, nutritional consultant, educator, and author. As the founder of Nu-Vitality Health and Wellness, she has been at the forefront of developing comprehensive wellness programs that cater to the unique needs of businesses and organizations across Canada and has partnered with workplace wellness providers, including GoodLife Workplace Wellness, Dempster Wellness, and WorkingWell.

Lisa has taught nutrition at the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition, Centennial College, the Transformational Arts College, and the Canadian College of Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine and more recently, Lisa partnered with the Health Coach Collaborative to develop the Natural Nutrition Coach Certificate Program, a comprehensive Program, which she co-authored, educates and trains students from diverse corners of the world about a healthier, more natural way of nourishing the body and mind.

Brittany Klingmann 


Registered Physiotherapist

Brittany is an orthopaedic and pelvic health physiotherapist at Young Kempt Physiotherapy in Halifax, Nova Scotia. She obtained an undergraduate degree in Kinesiology, followed by a Master’s degree in Physical Therapy, from the University of Saskatchewan, and has been practicing Physiotherapy for 14 years.

Since graduation, Brittany has continued with her professional development by pursuing continuing education in Manual Therapy, Acupuncture, Pelvic Health, Movement Systems Impairments, and Exercise Prescription. She has also expanded her professional purview by pursuing mentorship and educator opportunities, volunteering as a clinical instructor for Physiotherapy students, and guest lecturing at Dalhousie University’s School of Physiotherapy.

While Brittany has a diverse clinical caseload, she has developed an interest in working with older adults and various barbell athletes including CrossFit, Powerlifting, and Olympic Weightlifting athletes. She especially enjoys working with older adults and believes that resistance and strength training is essential to longevity and independence throughout their lifespans, as well as helping those involved in functional fitness and barbell sports understand the role of the pelvic floor as part of a system and supporting rehabilitation of the deep abdominals.

In addition, as a mother of 2 c-section births, she has developed a special passion for helping individuals navigate the journey of pregnancy, postpartum, and helping them return to their desired physical activities.

Brittany feels fortunate to be able to blend the worlds of orthopedics and pelvic health by working with clients through Young Kempt’s satellite clinic at Ironstone Strength and Conditioning.

Emilie Gilbert


After a lifetime in the dance studio, Emilie traded in her pointe shoes for sneakers and began her journey into fitness training in 2017. She has since become certified as a weight room trainer, a group fitness instructor, a spin instructor and a personal trainer. Emilie has worked full time as a paramedic since 2008 and spends her free time working and working out at Cole Harbour Place. When she's not at the gym, you'll find Emilie on the trails in Cole Harbour with her husband and two dogs.

Alan MacKeigan

Education Coordinator @ Recreation Nova Scotia

Originating from Cape Breton, NS, Alan graduated in 2015 from Saint Francis Xavier University with a bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology; and has recently completed NSCC's 2-year Community Recreation diploma program in 2023.

As Recreation Nova Scotia's Education Coordinator, Alan is excited to assist with facilitating training and development opportunities for the recreation sector across the province. In his time away from work, Alan can often be found bouncing a basketball, swinging a golf club, or enjoying a hike with friends and family.

Sylvie Pouliot

Sylvie Pouliot started attending aqua fitness classes over twenty-five years ago to improve her fitness. She fell in love with this form of aquatic exercise, started training and within a year, became a certified instructor. Over the years, Sylvie has continued to educate herself in a variety of fitness modalities.

Her certifications include: TRX, Spin, Older Adult Leader, Yoga, Aqua Yoga, Pilates, and the YMCA Encore program.

She is a trainer for AQXonFloats and working to develop the AQX Aqua Yoga course. Recently, Sylvie has joined the NSFA team as a Trainer and presenter for AQX-NSFA aquafitness leadership training and certification.

Amanda Maillet

Amanda is the NSFA Representative for the Western Zone, an NSFA Board Member, and a Course Conductor/Mentor/Assessor. Amanda has taught fitness classes for almost 30 years and is currently teaching Step Aerobics, Full Body Toning, HITT, Circuit Training and Tabata. She is happy to share her wealth of experience by hosting workshops and master classes! 

Lindsay McFarlane Bio:

B.Kin., B.Ed., CPT., CFI., HLC1

Lindsay holds Bachelor of Kinesiology from the University of New Brunswick holds certifications in Personal Training, Group Fitness, Adaptive Fitness and Holistic Lifestyle Coaching. Lindsay is currently the Fitness Coordinator at Saint Mary’s Athletics and Recreation and has been working in fitness and recreation for over 12 years.


Lindsay is passionate about the science of exercise, aerobic and strength training, and movement patterns. She believes strongly in corrective exercise and helping people to develop a lifelong enjoyment and habit of regular physical activity.


Caitlin Doyle

BScKin & CSEP Clinical Exercise Physiologist

Contract Academic Instructor – UNB Kinesiology

Caitlin Doyle, hailing from Nova Scotia roots, now calls Fredericton, New Brunswick, home. With over a decade of experience in the world of health and wellness, Caitlin has enjoyed a career in educating others through exercise and healthy behaviours. Currently working as a Clinical Exercise Physiologist with UNB Reds Recreation in Fredericton, she specializes in working with older adults and adults with chronic health conditions in an exercise setting.

On top of leading programs at UNB, Caitlin works as a Contract Academic Instructor with UNB Kinesiology, works as a CEP with the EXCEL research project on cancer and exercise, and instructs the Older Adult Fitness Leader Course with Fitness New Brunswick. Caitlin’s passion for her career shines through in her work.

Tammy Mercier

Tammy has been an avid marathon runner for over 30 years, completing 105 marathons worldwide. In addition, and most importantly, her love and passion for road cycling and spinning and teaching spin classes has helped transition her marathon and running career to a rewarding cycling passion. Tammy has completed all the mountains and cols in the Tour de France and loves teaching spin in the HRM area for 12 years!

Tammy is an NSFA Course Conductor for ICE (Indoor Cycling) and is the in-house Instructor Trainer for ICE at Dalplex.

Melissa Millar

Melissa has been active in the fitness industry for over 25 years. She completed degrees at York University in Fine Arts (Dance) and Kinesiology, then trained as a Certified Personal Trainer, Group Fitness Instructor, Yoga Instructor and YMCA Trainer Educator. She has presented at conferences in Auckland, Halifax and St John’s and conducted hundreds of online workshops and webinars.

Melissa has worked in fitness internationally as well as between Toronto and Halifax. In 2009 she was named the Fitness Instructor of the Year-Freestyle, presented by Fitness Life magazine in New Zealand. Melissa went on to run her own fitness company, MOTIVA Wellbeing and Fitness for 7 years and, since 2017, has been Coordinator, Fitness & Wellness at the Mount Fitness Centre (MSVU).

Greg Simmons

 Greg has been working full-time in the fitness industry for over 30 years as a Club Manager, Performance Specialist, Personal Trainer, and Fitness Business Coach. Greg has coached fitness business owners, managers, and fitness professionals from large 5000+ member established facilities to specialty studios just starting out. His coaching covers strategic planning, marketing, sales, staffing, programming, business systems, and customer service.

Maryann Peacock


Soon after she started attending fitness classes, Maryann realized that instructing was her passion. Now with over 20 years of experience teaching fitness, she continues to be passionate about helping others achieve their goals and for fostering strong ties and relationships within the fitness community.

She currently instructs classes at Cole Harbour Place and 

Zatzman Sportsplex and has instructed classes over the past years at the Sackville Stadium and at Shearwater. 

Maryann is also a competitive dragon boat paddler. She fell in love with the sport five years ago after being recruited from rowing and she continues to train hard on the water during the summer and throughout the winter in dryland training. 

We Look Forward to Seeing You At The 2024 NSFA Exercise Leadership Summit!

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