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Rebecca Jackson

Fitness Manager + Personal Trainer
EDUCATION: BA Exercise Science Athletic Training
CERTIFICATIONS:NASM, POWER PILATES, TRX Functional Training, TRX Sports Medicine and TRX Advanced group
SPECIALTIES:Bodybuilding, Pilates, TRX, Supplement Specialty Certification
MY TRAINING PHILOSOPHY IS:Change happens through movement and movement heals.
MY TRAINING STYLE IS:Based on client need. Through rehabilitation, core conditioning, strength, and balance I can challenge anyone.


Kristin Lange

Elite Personal Trainer
SPECIALTIES:Bosu, Circuit Training, Core Strength, Endurance, Functional Training, HIIT, Kettlebells, Plyometrics, Senior Fitness, Sports Conditioning, Strength & Conditioning, TRX
MY TRAINING PHILOSOPHY IS:Don’t limit yourself. You’re stronger than you think.
MY TRAINING STYLE IS:Strength, Interval and Endurance Training.


Kendra Velasquez

Personal Trainer
SPECIALTIES:Core Strength, Functional Training, Kickboxing, Senior Fitness, Strength & Conditioning
MY TRAINING PHILOSOPHY IS:I listen to my client’s goals and I assess my client's mechanics. I also like to train from the bottom up, creating a stable base with good balance.
MY TRAINING STYLE IS:Motivation, concern, interest, and concern


Patricia Brackens

Personal Trainer
SPECIALTIES:Bodybuilding, Bosu, Circuit Training, Core Strength, Cycle, Functional Training, HIIT, Kettlebells, Kickboxing, Nutrition, Plyometrics, Mat Pilates, Recovery & Flexibility, Senior Fitness, Strength & Conditioning, TRX, Weight Management, Therapeutic Exercise, Gravity (Group & Individual), RIPPED, Smart Flex, Vypr
MY TRAINING PHILOSOPHY IS:Working out should be fun. The more enjoyable the training, the more likely you are to stick to it. At the same time you will challenge your body to be better.
MY TRAINING STYLE IS:Progressive and functional training. Pushing limits without risking injury.


Heather Garcia

Elite Personal Trainer
EDUCATION:B.A. in Exercise Physiology
SPECIALTIES:Kettlebells, Kickboxing, Strength & Conditioning, TRX
MY TRAINING PHILOSOPHY IS:Knowledge is power. The more information you have the more you can achieve.
MY TRAINING STYLE IS:Interval Training


Ashley Refshauge

Personal Trainer
EDUCATION:B.S. in Kinesiology
SPECIALTIES:Circuit Training, Core Strength, Functional Training, Kettlebells, Nutrition, Recovery & Flexibility, Strength & Conditioning
MY TRAINING PHILOSOPHY IS:Be consistent, work hard, and you will be unstoppable!
MY TRAINING STYLE IS:I train according to each clients’ needs, but I love strength training and circuit training.


Karen Daniel

Pilates Trainer
EDUCATION:A.A. in Liberal Arts, B.S. in Dietetics & Food Administration, Registered Dietician
CERTIFICATIONS:Pilates Certification – Orange Coast College
Dance & Conditioning Pilates Certification – Long Beach
SPECIALTIES:Core Strength, Pilates, Nutrition
MY TRAINING PHILOSOPHY IS:Work from the inside out, beginning with the deep core muscles. Good form is essential from beginning to end.
MY TRAINING STYLE IS:Start slow, feel the proper form, engage. The proper muscles then work hard without losing your focus on deep local muscles.


Beverly Jensen

Pilates Instructor
CERTIFICATIONS:Orange Coast College Pilates and Dance conditioning with Advanced Pilates certification
SPECIALTIES:Orthopedic, Pre / post-natal, Pilates, Recovery / Felxibility, Senior Fitness, TRX, Therapeutic Exercise, Yoga, Group Exercise: Dance, Barre, Aerobics, and Step.
MY TRAINING PHILOSOPHY IS:No matter where you start, be as active as you can every day. Do more every day. Pilates starts very gently, then becomes very challenging to even the best athletes.
MY TRAINING STYLE IS:Gentle to begin. Empathy is key. Then I challenge each member to push beyond their perceived limits.


Tiffany Schwanz

Pilates Trainer
CERTIFICATIONS:Balanced Body – Pilates Certification
SPECIALTIES:Core Strength, Nutrition, Pilates, Recovery & Flexibility, Senior Fitness, Strength & Conditioning, Ballet, Barre
MY TRAINING PHILOSOPHY IS:You need to use your brain just as much as your body. The way you think as you train affects your outcome. Quality not quantity. There’s no point in doing something if you’re doing it wrong. It’s better to go slowly and make sure you’re doing it right, because doing things wrong causes more harm than good.
MY TRAINING STYLE IS:I like to get clients really solid on the basics first, and fix any problems so we can move forward. I try to get you to think about what you are doing.