Personal Trainer in Kanata


Are you looking for a personal trainer in Kanata?

  • Over 20,000 in-home personal training sessions completed and counting

  • No Equipment is necessary

  • Meal Plans and nutrition counselling included

  • Personalized fitness programs with photo and video illustration

  • Full fitness assessments and body composition testing

  • Rewards program earning points for every session completed with inhometrainer

  • Programs that help shed body fat, increase flexibility and strengthen your body

We choose only the best and most qualified personal trainers to work with us. All of our trainers are 100% certified and also hold our additional in home trainer certification.

Our in house personal trainers provide in home personal training, condo personal training, office personal training, boot camps, kids personal training, seniors personal training, office personal training and more.

To get started quickly we recommend BOOKING A TASTER SESSION BELOW and you will be contacted shortly by a certified in home personal trainer.

Our Kanata Personal Trainers!

Ian. E

Location– Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Philosophy– Your body is the only thing you have that will last you for the rest of you life so take care of it!

Interests– Travelling, music, comedies

Hi my name is Ian and my programs are aimed to get results but at the same time to be enjoyable, safe and sustainable. It is never too early or too late to live a healthy lifestyle as long as you are given the right tools.

If you’re looking to burn body fat, build muscle or simply just improve your overall health I am confident I can help guide you on the right path. I am a Personal Fitness Trainer graduate from Canfitpro- Certification and hold an Active Active Aging Movement Specialist certification for the young at heart (50+). I look forward to meeting with you!

Contact me today to get started!

Corinne. B

Name:  Corinne B.

Location:  Ottawa, Ontario

About Me:  I have always enjoyed living an active lifestyle.  Growing up I took ballet, jazz, gymnastics, and figure skating.  In the winter, my family went skiing together, and in the summer, we went camping and hiking.  As an adult, I played ultimate frisbee for 13 years.  I also tried several other forms of dance including Latin, ballroom, hip hop, breakdancing, and pole dancing.  In fact, I fell so in love with pole dancing that I opened my own studio in 2009, 3Sixty Dance and Fitness.  I taught pole dancing for 10 years.  It was a such a joy to see women of all ages, shapes, and sizes gain strength and confidence, and fall in love with their own bodies.  Many clients said to me “I never dreamed I’d be able to hang upside down” and “pole has changed my life!”  I have since sold the studio to one of my trusted instructors.  Now in my 40s, I continue to enjoy many of these activities, and I have a great passion for helping people achieve their fitness goals.

Fitness Philosophy/Mantra:  Movement is the best medicine!

As a recent graduate from the Physiotherapist Assistant program at Algonquin College, I had the opportunity to gain work experience at a physiotherapy clinic and at The Ottawa Hospital Rehabilitation Centre.  During that time, I worked with people with: 

  • paralysis
  • stroke 
  • depression 
  • cancer 
  • arthritis 
  • knee and hip replacements 
  • hip fractures
  • concussions 
  • shoulder and ankle injuries

I also gained insight into Parkinson’s, MS, GBS, diabetes, and many more conditions.

Having elderly parents who are now in their 80s, I have seen firsthand what aging does to the body and the mind.  I am a firm believer that resistance training is important to retain bone density and prevent osteoporosis.   It also improves brain function, mental health, sleep, posture, mobility, and helps to maintain a healthy body weight.  Resistance training can also prevent many conditions such as heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and high blood pressure.   Balance exercises are also important as we age to prevent falls and fractures.  The Canadian Physical Activity Guidelines recommends resistance training at least 2 days a week to all adults 18 and over, as well as 150 minutes a week of aerobic activity or 22 minutes a day.    

With this knowledge I can help you achieve your health and fitness goals.  If you have an injury, disability, condition, are an older adult, or have low fitness levels, I can help you live a higher quality of life.  It’s not about achieving the perfect body, it’s about living a healthy and happy life! 


“Corinne is an excellent personal trainer. She is knowledgeable and does a great job tailoring the workout to meet your needs. The exercises she gave me to help with my wrist pain and problems from working on the computer was lifechanging, and I am forever grateful to her.”Mitra


PTS (Personal Trainer Specialist) – Canfitpro

Physiotherapist Assistant – Algonquin College


Interests:  Hiking, dancing, aerial hoop, skiing, skating, swimming, paddling, wake surfing, and weight training.

Fun fact:  I love to hang upside down and I will do it at every opportunity….zip line, street sign, tree, playground, anything!

Inhome Personal Trainer in

Will You Be Our Next Testimonial?

Previous Next