What is Personal Training?
Personal trainers give their clients the tools and knowledge needed to reach their goals. Your personal trainer will create a program tailored to your unique needs and preferences. Wherever you are in your fitness journey, your trainer will give you the guidance and support you need to reach your goals safely, using sustainable practices. Looking to get back in shape but not sure where to start? Your trainer will teach you proper exercise technique, promoting health and wellbeing while reducing risk of injury. Have you been training on your own for a while and want to take things to the next level? Your trainer will create a program to help you break through plateaus and accelerate your progress. Ready to put reach your full potential? Sign up for a session with one of our amazing personal trainers and start seeing the results you deserve.
Bainbridge Island Recreation Center is pleased to bring you a well-rounded team of fitness professionals to service all your individual needs. Each member of the fitness team is certified by a nationally recognized certifying body and brings unique style and personality to their work.
ACE-CPT, TRX, Group Fitness
Marie began teaching group exercise classes at the YMCA in West Seattle in 2010. After realizing how much she enjoyed being involved in the fitness industry, she continued on to get her personal training certification in 2012. Marie aims to reach people of all ages and levels of fitness. Her goal is to help her clients make fitness and good health a way of life, and to have fun while doing so. Marie implements that same motto into her own life, and spends time weightlifting, dancing and running. “I am a believer that we train for life, to make us strong in our everyday activities – mentally, physically and spiritually. With support, consistency and a little motivation anyone can reach their fitness goals!”
ACE-CPT, TRX, Group Fitness
As a lifelong competitive and ex-collegiate swimmer, Kristine loves to train and compete. She currently holds several U.S. Masters Swimming records at the state and zone levels. Constantly active, she began teaching group exercise in Portland in 2010. A few years later, she began coaching youth and masters swimmers at Stafford Hills Club in Tualatin – specializing in performance training and stroke technique. Kristine’s areas of focus as a trainer include functional movement training, sport specific conditioning and TRX. Kristine holds a Bachelor of Science from Willamette University, is an ACE Certified Personal Trainer and an AFAA Certified Group Fitness Instructor. Currently, she is the Co-Head Girls Swim and Dive Coach and the Head Boys Swim and Dive Coach at Bainbridge High School.
Maggie has over 20 years of experience in orthopedic and sports physical therapy. She earned her Strength and Conditioning Specialist Certification in 2003, a credential which recognizes knowledge and skill in the training of athletes. She has expertise in the prevention of knee injuries in the female athlete and has been a featured speaker at the Washington State Strength and Conditioning Association’s Clinic several times. Maggie’s specialties include core training, injury recovery and prevention, sports specific training, and sports performance enhancement. Maggie offers fee-based group training classes throughout the year which focus on these topics. The class content is based on current research so participants learn not only what to do, but why specific exercises are important.
Neal grew up an athlete, participating in track & field, wrestling, and football before turning his attention to powerlifting. He quickly found a passion in learning about all elements of exercise and became eager to help others find the best versions of themselves as he has through exercise. Neal is now an ACE certified CPT with expansive knowledge in resistance and cardiovascular endurance training. Through positive goal setting and structured exercise programming, focusing on mechanics that build the kinetic chain and aerobic capacity, Neal helps his clients of all ages reach their full physical potential to support functional longevity and overall performance.
MS Kinesiology/Exercise Science, ACSM CPT, ACE Senior Fitness Specialist, Health & Wellness Coach & RRCA Running Coach. Stacey has an extensive background in Personal Training, Small Group Exercise, & Community College Health/Fitness Instructor. Stacey has completed 23 marathons & 30+ Half Marathons. Stacey’s approach to training is to provide a non-intimidating, well-rounded, healthy approach to achieving fitness and health goals through Functional Fitness.
Personal Training Rates for BIRC
|Monthly User||Monthly Non-User|
|One Hour Sessions||$65 per session||$80 per session|
|5-pack Sessions||$308.75 (5% off)||$380 (5% off)|
|10-Pack Sessions||$585 (10% off)||$720 (10% off)|
|5-Pack Sessions||$166.75(5% off)||$250 (5% off)|
|10-Pack Sessions||$332.50 (10% off)||$450 (10% off)|
(2 people) One Hour
$40 per person
|$45 per person|
(3-4 people) One Hour
|$30 per person||$35 per person|
Each training session is approximately 60 minutes in length. This allows for an appropriate amount of warm up and cool down within each training session. Please come prepared to work out in appropriate attire. Training sessions are booked through the trainer of your choice. If you are unsure of which trainer would be the best fit for you, please contact our Fitness Coordinator Marie Figgins via email at email@example.com.
We require 24-hour notice for cancellation. Please contact the trainer directly via email or call the Rec Center at 206-842-5661. Late cancellations and no-shoes will be charged for the session booked.
There are no refunds on service packages.
*WA state sales tax will be added to all services at the point of sale