Our Trainers


Kory Conrad

Education: BPAS, University of Regina

Certification: CSEP-CEP, NSCA-CSCS, AFLCA Resistance Training, NCCP Coaching Level 3 (Distance), NCCP Level 1 (Olympic Lifting)

Background/Experience: I have been personal training since 1998. My experience involves working with soccer, hockey, squash and running clients. As well, I have helped clients with programs designed for weight loss, injury rehabilitation, and various recreational pursuits.

Philosophy/Motto: “Through the application of proven scientific principles and research-based knowledge, my ultimate goal is to help each individual realize their potential.”
Personal Interests: Running, weight training, hockey, baseball and soccer.


Shelly Stranaghan

Education: Bachelor of Physical Education, University of Alberta

Certification: CSEP-CEP, FMS, TRX Suspention Training, AFLCA Personal Fitness Trainer

Background/Experience: Shelly loves helping people become the best versions of themselves they can be. She has been a personal trainer since 2000 and enjoys the variety and challenges each client brings. She has her Bachelor of Physical Education as well as an extensive list of fitness certifications. Shelly feels most rewarded when she sees her clients reach their goals and have fun while being active. Maintaining a work-life balance is important to her and she enjoys spending time with her family, getting active outside and riding her horse to unwind.
Jenna Westover

Education: B.Kin. in Exercise and Health Physiology, University of Calgary

Certification: CSEP-CPT

Background/Experience: I have been active my entire life, always participating in sports and other activities, most notably swimming and hockey. From my love of sports, stemmed a love of fitness which was further solidified throughout my time at U of C. Throughout my kinesiology degree, I learned the ins and outs of human anatomy and exercise physiology, and how this relates to physical performance and training. I love the opportunity this industry provides to connect with so many different people and make a positive impact in their lives. It is my hope to start working with many clients from a variety of backgrounds to continue to learn and be able to share my passion for activity and good health with as many people as possible! I want to assist everyone with achieving their fitness goals and develop their own excitement for movement and physical activity.

Personal Interests: Hiking, biking, cooking, hockey and exploring the city!

Tara Luterbach

Education: BKin. Mind Sciences, University Of Calgary

Certification & Training: CSEP-Exercise Physiologist, TRX certified, Olympic Level 1-Weightlifting, Rowing Coach Technical Level 1, Pre-Postnatal Specialist

Tara has been coined as the go-to trainer by colleagues and friends, for having an uncanny ability to help any client move better and feel stronger. She has had a unique training background where she oversaw over 90 clients in a week with several movement challenges. She has a wide range of training experience from the beginner weightlifter, to individuals with chronic injuries to training & testing police persons to pass their fitness tests. After having her second child, she incurred some health challenges that took her knowledge of health and wellness to even deeper levels. She also recently took a postnatal specialist certification. Tara looks forward to helping more women navigate motherhood and movement with the new tools she has learned.

Tara has worked in the fitness industry for nearly 20 years, fitness and wellness have always been an important part of her life. She believes it is so important to find ways to be consistent with exercise and meet your body where it is at while being challenged to improve. Fitness and health gains can take on many forms and can be very unique for each individual.

Andy Godoy

Education: Bachelor of Kinesiology with Distinction

Certification: CSEP-CPT

Background/Experience: I am originally from Venezuela. I moved to Calgary when I was 14 years old and I’m proud to call it home. I grew up playing all kinds of sports, from soccer and swimming, to martial arts and wakeboarding; I always saw physical activity as an essential part of my life; this, along with my desire to work in the health industry later on, drove me to going into Kinesiology at the University of Calgary for my undergraduate degree.
During my undergraduate degree I gained substantial hands on experience through work, volunteering, and labs. I found that my passion for health, sports, and physical activity could be translated into helping others achieve their health and fitness goals. I am a Certified Personal Trainer with the Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology, which is the gold standard for exercise science and personal training. My CPT further expanded my Kinesiology knowledge and allowed me to pursue my dream of helping others achieve their health and fitness goals through personal training.
I believe everyone should be able to conquer their fears and reach their goals. My job is to help individuals push themselves in their quest to become their better self through physical activity. I provide the support and tools for individuals to find the change within themselves, emphasizing functionality and healthy living

Personal Interests: hiking, snowboarding, rockclimbing, weightlifting, sailing, surfing, and travelling.


Timothy Licudine

Education: BSc Mind Sciences in Kinesiology, University of Calgary & 3000-Hour Massage Therapy Diploma: MaKami College

Certification: CSEP-Certified Personal Trainer, TRX R4 certified

Background/Experience: I exercise so that I have the freedom to move the way I want to, eat the way that I want to, and live the way that I want to. I want to show my clients that fitness isn’t just about a number on a scale, the number of kilometers you can run, or even the amount of weight you can lift. Those numbers will come and go. Rather, fitness is about having the discipline to take care of your body and having the confidence in yourself and your abilities in your everyday life.
I have an intense desire to help people. I really care about my clients. Training allows me to help people in a variety of ways. I understand the mental and emotional side of fitness and want to show how fitness can affect not only your body, but almost every aspect of life.
I am always looking for ways to expand my knowledge. I love to learn – not just about things that will help me with my career – but anything that will help me grow and make me a better person today than I was yesterday. I like to test my limits and work to conquer my fears, so I am constantly trying out new ways to test my body and mind.


Ryan Quinn

Certification: CSEP-CPT (in progress), TRX-Advanced, Keiser Bike Certified, AFLCA Resistance Training, Functional Movement Screen, M2 Kettlebell Training, NCCP - Olympic Lifting, Lebert Equalizer

Background/Experience: There is no doubt Ryan has a passion for fitness. Ryan grew up playing hockey like most other Canadian boys which lead him to playing Junior hockey in Fernie. His hockey also took him to the University of Wisconsin for two years and the Calgary Dino's for one. This is where he studied human anatomy and exercise science. Ryan has since completed many half marathons, full marathons and many obstacle races (such as Spartan Race) as well as continuing to learn as much as he can about this world of fitness, keeping up to date on new products and trends. Ryan's clients are high level hockey players, individuals training for fitness competitions, golfers, marathon runners (full/half), athletes preparing for obstacle races and individuals who are interested in weight loss, weight gain and high intensity training. Ryan enjoys his variety of clients and each of them are as important as the next. When Ryan himself is not in the gym training you can find him in the mountains scaling peaks and running trails.