Attention all members: our January 12 dinner meeting has been rescheduled to January 19. The new RSVP deadline is January 14, 2011. All guests are welcome.
We all know the importance of keeping a healthy lifestyle. But it can be easy to lose motivation. Kate Barnes, a fitness guru and certified Can-Fit-Pro Personal Trainer from World Health, talks to us about setting realistic fitness goals, the benefits of fitness for a healthy body and mind and how to stay motivated in living a healthy lifestyle.
Kate Barnes has pursued her passion for fitness and the outdoors for more than 15 years. Calgary born and raised, she spent lots of her time
running, biking, rollerblading and hiking. She has also taken Olympic lifting, core and flexibility training through World Health’s post secondary education program.
Despite an interest in health and fitness, Kate thought that she might enjoy acting, and studied drama at Keyano College. While she enjoyed stage work, Kate found herself being pulled toward stunt work, and attended the United Stuntmens Association – International Stunt School in Seattle, WA, and trained at The Action Room in Vancouver, BC. The physicality of stunt work was a real challenge for Kate, and she realized that her true passion was teaching and supporting other people through their own personal fitness goals.
Currently, Kate works for World Health and continues to challenge herself physically and mentally.
To RSVP for this dinner, contact firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, January 14, 2010.