Core Melt


This class is taught by:

Christine Laprairie

Education & Credentials
Bachelor of Kinesiology, Human Kinetics – University of Regina
N.C.C.P.T. – Certificate of Personal Training
NCCP Skate Canada Professional Coach
 
About Christine
Christine was born and raised in Regina. She first stepped on the ice at the age of four and fell in love with figure skating. Throughout her figure skating career Christine obtained her Gold level Freeskate, Skills and Interpretive tests, won provincial medals at the Sectional and StarSkate level, and competed at the Skate Canada National Challenge. To enhance her figure skating, Christine studied Ballet and completed the Royal Academy of Dance Grade 1-8 exams and Intermediate Vocational exam. She also trained at Level 10 and saw the value that the training brought to her competitive sport. This inspired Christine to obtain her Kinesiology degree and complete her fieldwork at Level 10, all while coaching figure skating at Skate Regina. Coaching and working at Level 10 has provided her with the knowledge on how to break down and correct movement patterns and motivate her clients. Christine enjoys working with a wide variety of individuals and is very passionate about helping every person achieve his or her fitness goals in addition to maintaining a healthy lifestyle.

Cassandra Serbu

Education & Credentials
Bachelor of Kinesiology- Human Kinetics- University of Regina
Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist (NSCA)
 
Special Interests
Athletes and athletic training, general fitness, spin and therapies such as Athletic Therapy and Physiotherapy.
 
About Cassandra
Cassandra is the type of person that will never go unheard or unnoticed. She loves working with and meeting all kinds of people and enjoys motivating them with her exciting and enthusiastic personality. She completed her undergraduate degree in kinesiology at the University of Regina and is excited to put her knowledge to work. She competed on the U of R Track & Field for her first two years of university and has a strong interest and passion towards rehabilitation because of her own experiences with injury rehabilitation programs. Her experiences include working alongside the strength & conditioning specialist for the U of R Rams Football Team as well as helped to administer workout programs for other athletes at the university. She has also worked with the Athletic Therapists at the university as a student trainer for the U of R Track & Field Team and continues to work with them to promote the care and prevention of injuries. Cassandra is working towards attaining her Strength & Conditioning Certification and is eager to continue her education with her new team. Her philosophy for training is to first do it right, and the rest will follow. As well as being thankful for the incredible things our bodies can do.

Chelsea Ziolkowski

Education & Credentials
Bachelor of Kinesiology, Human Kinetics & Health Promotion - University of Regina
Certified Personal Trainer, CanFit Pro
 
Special Interests
Volleyball, Boxing, Golf, Hockey, General population to elite athletes
 
About Chelsea
Growing up in Weyburn, Saskatchewan, Chelsea was involved in many different sports. She especially took an interest in hockey, volleyball, golf and softball. She went on to play CIS volleyball for the University of Regina Cougars and competed at the National Championship in the 2014 season. She continues to play competitive volleyball, as well as enters Amateur golf tournaments when time permits. Chelsea especially enjoys training general population and elite athletes and teaching spin and boxing fitness classes. Chelsea's passion is in assisting her clients reach their fitness goals and helping them push to achieve a strong and healthy lifestyle. Currently Chelsea is working towards a TSAC certification. She has a keen interest in physically training the military, fire and rescue, law enforcement, protective services, and other emergency personnel to improve performance, promote wellness, and decrease injury risk.

Maja Kralovcova

Education & Credentials
Bachelor of Kinesiology, Fitness & Lifestyle – University of Regina
Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, NSCA
Consultant for Sports Medicine and Science Council of Saskatchewan
Agatsu Kettlebell Certified, Level 1
Exercise Nutrition Certified, Level 1, Precision Nutrition
Registered Yoga Teacher, RYT 200, Yoga Alliance (Vinyasa Yoga)
Restorative Yoga Certified, Yoga Alliance
Yin Yoga Certified,Yoga Alliance
Basketball Coach, Competitive Level, NCCP
 
Special Interests
Sport Performance Strength and Conditioning – any sport
Player On and Off-Court Development
Knee & Hip Rehabilitation – Pre- and Post- Surgery
Individual and Group Strength Training
Functional Movement Screen & Fitness Assessment
Spin and Fitness Class Instructing
Children Fitness Programs Obstacle Race Training
Yoga
 
About Maja
Maja has been a fitness enthusiast her whole life. She has been an exercise specialist with Level 10 for over 6 years and her passion for fitness keeps on growing. Maja has had an opportunity to work with large spectrum of people. She loves doing birthday and rock-climbing parties for young children, training athletes of any sport, level and age, assisting clients to lose weight, leading men’s groups, teaching spin and fitness classes or putting together challenging workouts for general population who simply want to get fitter. Given Maja played CIS basketball, has coached junior and senior high school players and has trained many basketball teams and players at Level 10, her expertise lies in developing basketball players on and off the court. Maja enjoys competing in tennis, triathlons and various running events. Her newest love is teaching yoga. She is excited to share her yoga practice and experience with clients at Level 10.

Lindsay Fish

Education & Credentials
Bachelor of Kinesiology - University of Regina
Certified Personal Trainer - CSEP
 
 
About Lindsay
Growing up in Moose Jaw, Lindsay participated in multiple sports including speed skating, soccer, basketball, badminton, track and field, and cross country. She went on to the U of R cross-country and track and field team for the 2013/2014 season and competed at the 2013 CIS cross country National championships. Following that season she switched back to speed skating and competed at the 2015 Canada Winter games for long track speed skating. Since then She has continued to play recreational sports including soccer and ultimate Frisbee. Lindsay enjoys working with the general population and athletes, helping everyone accomplish their fitness and athletic goals.

Upcoming classes:

  • Wed Dec 12 9:15 am - 10:15 am with Christine Laprairie
  • Wed Dec 12 10:00 am - 11:00 am with Cassandra Serbu
  • Sat Dec 15 10:00 am - 11:00 am with Cassandra Serbu
  • Wed Dec 19 9:15 am - 10:15 am with Chelsea Ziolkowski
  • Wed Dec 19 10:00 am - 11:00 am with Cassandra Serbu
  • Sat Dec 22 10:00 am - 11:00 am with Maja Kralovcova
  • Sat Dec 29 10:00 am - 11:00 am with Lindsay Fish
  • Wed Jan 02 10:00 am - 11:00 am with Cassandra Serbu