Personalize your workouts with a YMCA Personal Trainer!
Our team is ready to help you refresh your fitness routine while providing safe, technique focused training exercises. Challenge yourself with an exercise program that is specific to your individual needs, health status and limitations. Reach beyond your old routine and establish a new, invigorating workout that will keep you motivated!
Book your Personal Training session with the YMCA Membership Team today!
Personal Training Rates:
1 Session: $45
5 Sessions: $200
10 Sessions: $350
15 Sessions: $450
Training is available for Association Members.
All skill levels are encourage to participate!
Got a question about our personal training program? Visit our FAQ page for more info!
|Jamila Coulson is the Wellness Director for the Highland Family Y. Her background in dance and group exercise has helped her in providing personal training for clients of all ages and fitness levels. She challenges her clients with various types of balance and coordination training and her goal is to always challenge clients to the best of their abilities. (Highland Y)|
|Gem Martinez is a NASM Certified Personal Trainer with speed, agility and quickness certification. Gem believes that mastering the basics allows her client’s to learn and execute advanced exercises more safely and effectively. She will personalize workouts based on the needs of the client and hopes to inspire a passion for health, fitness and achieving goals.(Highland Y)|
|Martika Price is a NASM Certified Personal Trainer with a passion for exercise and healthy living. Martika’s drive for fitness stems from her involvement in a variety of sports from volleyball to hockey. She specializes in overall conditioning, corrective exercise, and youth fitness. Martika is motivating and possesses an uplifting “you can do it” attitude. She enjoys helping her client’s to develop fitness routines that meet their personal goals. (Highland Y)|
|Diann Bravo graduated with her Bachelors degree in Kinesiology with a concentration in Exercise Science from California State University San Bernardino. She has coached and trained young athletes of all ages, along with adults of all fitness levels. Diann enjoys promoting a positive environment for a healthier lifestyle. Some of Diann’s hobbies include hiking, enjoying the outdoors, participating in community runs, and furthering her fitness education. Diann specializes in overall fitness through all journeys of your fitness level.|
|Sylvester Burel has an extensive background in fitness. He has been an athlete from childhood through college, and now coaches high school athletes. He has also worked as an aide in a physical therapy clinic. Sylvester is an ISSA certified personal trainer and continues coursework in order to expand his expertise within the field of sports and exercise science. Sylvester’s specialty is improving athletic performance, but he easily adapts programs to fit the needs of the non-athlete. (Redlands Y)|
|Wendy DeRosier has been working in the fitness industry for over a decade and holds numerous certifications for personal training and group exercise. She has co-taught several special programs for the YMCA and for four years has been a guest lecturer on nutrition for the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Conference for 8th grade girls. Her specialty is compound weight training with a focus on core strength, stability and balance. (Redlands Y)|
|Trevor Hammonds believes fitness is a way of life that can begin from childhood to positively influence quality of life. Trevor is ISSA certified and specializes in overall strength and conditioning. He is particularly helpful with new exercisers and teens, and those who are recovering from an injury or need to lose weight. (Redlands Y)|
|Kelly Mantel has a long history in athletic training. She competed at the collegiate level in swimming and cross country, later becoming a competitive triathlete. By special invitation in 1993, Kelly competed with Navy Seals Special Warfare SuperFrog Half Ironman, being one of the first women to qualify for the team. In 2005 she became a triathlete coach for all levels: Sprint, Olympic, Half and Full Ironman. Kelly has expanded her expertise to include senior fitness and conditioning for people with debilitating conditions, such as arthritis. (Redlands Y)|