Calling all superstar PT's and amazing group fitness instructors!
Young and old, new to the business or experienced.
Can you donate up to approximately 90 minutes once or twice a month on a Saturday morning?
Do you have your first aid cert?
Are you a super star happy to work alongside the best team to make sure of client safety and creating a fun and exciting environment?
Then please either email us: email@example.com
or pop along to our Facebook page for more info.
Hi everyone, my name is Charlie and I own a studio called “50Plus Fitness”, I cater for those over 50 years of age wanting to be physically active, improve their health and reduce medication it’s a case of move it or lose it. Also an approved provider of the “Living Stronger for Longer” program, Looking forward to meeting you at PT in the Park. Find out more visit:
Hello! My name is Aida, and I live in Rolleston, Canterbury. I’m currently in the process of completing my Freestyle group exercise level 4 in September 2021. I run Zumba classes in wigram and I’m also licensed to teach Zumba for kids. I love being active, it makes me feel great, confident, happy and healthy. I genuinely want to help others create lasting changes to their life. Here, I bumped into PT in the Park that has the same value. Now we work as a team. Come join us! You will have a good workout with other fun and likeminded individuals. Read more about Zumba Vogue:
Hi everyone! I am Dana. I run a gym for people who have disabilities called 'Ability Ark Fitness'. I am passionate about helping people experience excercise for the first time. I love getting outside for a workout or going tramping. I can't wait to meet you all at PT in the park to experience exercise together!
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IT Recruiter ( by day, side hustling as a Group Fitness Instructor for Les Mills, Chloe has been heavily into fitness since she discovered Group Fitness Classes at 17. Passionate about physical performance, she became an instructor 4 years ago, and in a parallel entered the world of corporate boxing, winning 4 out of the 5 fights she entered!
In other words, when she says "get down on the ground and do burpees!"... you better do what she says ......
Hi all I'm Al Cameron I have a background that includes military service, aviation & automotive administration, marketing, truck driving & personal training. Now in my midlife & being disabled I have faced & overcome many challenges in life. So when I discovered PT in the Park, through helping a friend to become more active, I was very impressed with their level of commitment to helping others by making qualified fitness instruction in a relaxed, fun & social environment accessible for all. Offered the opportunity to become involved with PT in the Park as a trainer I readily accepted & look forward to helping, advising & motivating you all to embrace health & fitness & achieve your goals.
Hello everyone. I am Nick Batchelor I am a qualified personal trainer that loves helping others to find their enjoyment in excercise. I have a history in playing representnative sports and am always keen to try new activities. I have 2 preschool aged girls at home that keep me on my toes and a loving wife that looks after our little family. I hope to see you all down at the park on saturday so we can have some fun getting fitter together.
To be asked to be part of the PT in the Park family was quite an honour and one that came as a bit of a shock. I have trained some of the Trustees of PTITP and hence my surprise!... just kidding. I can still remember the phone call and I was almost speechless that I was being asked as I’m fully aware of the reputation PTITP has. I was only speechless as I know full well of the obligation and responsibility that I was being presented with.
PT in the Park has a history of success and results, through my passion of helping people and giving back to the community this is one way for me to achieve this. I love making people sweat and try to achieve what they believe is the unachievable. I love to see the post gratification shine through when they achieve milestones, that could’ve been otherwise unattainable. But the big thing that gets me when this happens, is that at the end of the day it was all them and I just gave them the tools to accomplish this.
Being PT Manager is going to be both challenging and exciting as I will be working with likeminded people like the Trust and the other PT’s. Together we will be able to bring some of my programs to life. Creating an atmosphere that surrounds you in fun, trust, the chance to build friendships and you to get to sweat it all out at the same time.
When I am not in front of you providing instruction and direction or at netball or supporting my son’s rugby team. I’ll be sweating it out beside you in the sessions.