It is our goal to inspire, educate, inform and motivate you. We also want to ensure you are receiving the very best in advice, guidance and direction, and so we take on only the most qualified, accredited and results-getting trainers to work with you.
Terry has been involved in fitness and personal training since 1999, working with people of all ages to provide in-depth assessment, professional coaching and education, goal setting and the motivation necessary to assist clients in realizing their goals. His areas of specialty include:professional athlete training,golf specific training and active aging.
Monica Skeete is fast becoming one of New Day’s more popular trainers. She excels in indoor cycling, weight lifting and stretch/core classes. Monica is also an accomplished equestrian rider and trainer. Monica will lead our Equestrian Core Conditioning program for equestrian competitors of all ages.
Jane is an energetic and enthusiastic fitness instructor. This busy mother of three brings her passion for fitness and contagious enthusiasm to each and every one of her classes. [Editor’s note: Jane is so busy with clients that we can’t even get her to stop for a picture! 😉 ]
BCRPA Certified Personal Trainer and Rehab Specialist since 1998, and manages and delivers the exercise program for the South Delta Stroke Recovery Program.
Monica is on a mission to provide the tools to empower her clients to take charge of their wellbeing so they can continue to do the things they love to do. She works with client both on land and in the water to enhance balance, strength, flexibility, functional movement patterns and neurological connections.
Angela Straker, BKin, BCRPA SFL
Angela is the Fitness and Wellness Program Manager at the Richmond Olympic Oval, venue of the 2010 Winter Olympic Games. She has worked in the fitness industry for 18 years and has many years’ experience as a group exercise director in Calgary and in North Vancouver. Her love for fitness and inspiring others can be seen through her energetic and motivating classes.
Keyrsten McEwan, RHN