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Group Fitness

Join in the fun of group training!

  • Cross-training for sports teams

  • Corporate fitness for team building and employee wellbeing.

  • Zoom HIIT sessions every Monday at 6:30pm EST

  • Cost-effective training for social groups

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Group classes are a great way to BOOST your motivation, create community, and help you stay accountable to your goals.

Classes are available to participants of all fitness levels. My goal is to reduce barriers faced by minorities in the mainstream fitness world. You are welcome and catered for in group classes as long as you show the same respect that you are given.

I encourage you to come to the class if you have ever been discriminated against, or shamed by another gym or coach. We will welcome you with open arms!


  • People with physical and cognitive disabilities are given the accomodations they need

  • I will not use fat phobic or body shaming language

  • There will be no "boys" weights and "girls" weights. All exercises can be scaled to ability, not to someone's perceived gender

  • You can rest as needed, sing, grunt, pant, take dance breaks, and nobody will judge you

Group classes are always being added and changed.

Be sure to check the Class Schedule for details on each class. Better yet, make sure you're following coach Dibs on social media for the latest updates and schedule adjustments.

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Let's talk numbers. There are 3 ways you can join in the fun.


Classes & Drop - Ins

  • Zoom AMRAP: $8 - 20 sliding scale

  • Strength 101: $30 for a casual visit or $100 for a 4 pack.


Semi Private Training

  • 2 people: $55 CAD each

  • 3 people: $45 CAD each

  • 4 people: $35 CAD each


Corporate Requests

  • Contact me for corporate fitness

  • Workshops & events

  • Conference appearances

Prices are in CAD. Taxes included.

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  • How is the course delivered?
    The program includes video tutorials, worksheets and easy-to-follow written instructions. There will be live Q&A calls with Dibs for every cohort.
  • Do I need any equipment?
    Nope! Each exercise routine will show a weighted version and a body weight version.
  • Do I need a lot of space to practice?
    Not much. In fact there is a whole video lecture informing you of how to set up a functional workout area in your home! Most exercises just need enough room for you to be standing with your arms raised above your head, or laying down with your legs extended and arms above your head. Some exercises require wall space, or a furniture.
  • What currency is the price listed in?
    Canadian dollars.
  • How are you different from a regular gym trainer?
    I'm a non-binary human who is transgender, fully qualified, and looks at your goals through a holistic lens. Not many trainers out there can use this lived experience of being on (and off) Hormone Replacement Therapy, having and recovering from multiple surgeries, and being a gender expansive athlete. ​ I also DON'T center weight loss as a goal. My clients are encouraged to focus on building helpful habits, and finding ways to incorporate joyful movement into everyday life. ​ This doesn't mean I turn away clients who have aesthetic goals in mind. I help folks reframe their goals from outcomes to habits.
  • How does online training work?
    Online coaching can be done in many different ways. With me, you receive a program with video demonstrations to every warm up, exercise, and stretch. ​ We keep an open line of communication through your google sheet comments and sticky notes. You are also welcome to send videos of your form for exercises you think you need extra support with. ​ As for online personal training sessions, you can read this informative instagram post! ​ Don't have any equipment? Check this out!
  • What types of home fitness equipment do you recommend?
    The most budget friendly: Resistance bands & a door anchor. Level up: Adjustable dumbbell set. Getting serious: Adjustable workout bench. All in: Squat & bench press stands.
  • Do I need a gym membership to see you at (x, y, z)?
    No you don't! I work in gyms where personal training is the main activity. You won't find me at a public/chain gym. My fee covers your admission to anywhere I work. ​ If you want me to see you at a commercial gym that you are a member of, I will likely not be able to arrange that as those businesses have bans on external trainers conducting business on their premises.
  • Do you teach martial arts? Where can I go to a queer friendly boxing gym in Montreal?
    I don't teach martial arts, but I do coach boxing for fitness! I am certified to coach individuals and groups through boxing drills with gloves and focus pads. ​ Queer friendly, martial arts in Montreal can be found with Black Flag Combat Club. You can see their news and upcoming events on their social media pages. Facebook. Instagram.
  • I've had a bad experience with a trainer before, will I be safe under your guidance?
    The mainstream fitness industry is difficult to navigate, full of toxic masculinity, and promotes harmful beauty standards. It's easy to see how gender non conforming people, fat people, disabled people, and people of colour slip through the cracks, or are outright excluded. ​ It's my mission to help empower these groups of people to feel confident taking control of their fitness. ​ It is crucial for me to create inclusive gym spaces that promote positive body image, and self esteem. Working out in a queer friendly gym, with a non-intimidating, non judgemental personal trainer (like me), will change your perspective on fitness!
  • Do I need lots of space to practice?
    Most drills can be done standing, or sitting down in a chair. Some exercises require wall space, or a bed.
  • Is this course only for transgender people?
    Absolutely not! This course is for anyone who wants to learn how to best care for somebody who has gone through a masculinising chest surgery. Carers & medical practitioners are encouraged to join.
  • How is this course delivered?
    The program includes video tutorials, worksheets and easy-to-follow written instructions. There will be live Q&A calls with Dibs for every cohort.
  • What currency are the prices listed in?
    Canadian dollars
  • Do I need any equipment?
    No! There is no special equipment necessary. I will provide a list of suggested materials which are optional.
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