Dedicated Onsite Fitness Team
Shaun Woerner is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist by the National Strength and Conditioning Association. Shaun’s fitness career began in high school when he was an athlete and captain for the cross country, wrestling and track teams.
After high school, he pursued his education by earning a Bachelor’s in Exercise Science at William Paterson University in New Jersey, followed by a Master’s in Exercise Science at Appalachian State University in North Carolina. Shaun has also interned in cardiac rehabilitation, completed muscle physiology, biomechanics and biochemistry research, and personally trained clients of all ages and ability levels. Shaun’s true passion is helping others, which he illustrates through his focus of strength training and injury prevention.
Marisa is a certified personal trainer and Functional Training Specialist through NESTA. She is also a certified 200 Hr. Yoga instructor and Spinning certified cycling instructor. She has a passion for teaching and loves her job because she feels like she is really making a positive influence on peoples lives. Her training style is very diverse. She likes to mix things up and keep the programming fun, challenging and effective. She specializes in bodybuilding, weight loss, corrective exercises, TRX, kettlebells and functional training. On her free time she likes to hike, travel and she enjoys practicing handstands everyday.
Kirsten Cashdollar is originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Kirsten grew up playing basketball, volleyball and track starting from fifth grade through high school. Through sports and her biology classes she learned she wanted to work in the health/fitness field. After high school, she continued her education by earning a Bachelor’s in Exercise Science at Seton Hill University, followed by a year of studying Health and Physical Activity focusing on Chronic Diseases at the University of Pittsburgh where she earned a Master’s of Science. Having seen the benefits of exercise in her life and interning in cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation, Kirsten loves to see people achieve their individual goals and challenge themselves. Some of her favorite exercises include lunges, running and shoulder presses. In her free time she likes to go hiking, kayaking, rock climbing, run on trails, read and cook new recipes
My name is Michelle and I am a Zumba instructor. As you can imagine, I have a passion for dance and have been teaching for four years. I love a variety of music and rhythms, and I will teach you the basics, then build upon those with intensity and fitness variations. My goal is to make you forget you are working out; but it’s also my job to make sure you know by the end of class that you did work! But if you don’t like to dance I also teach Strong by Zumba®, which is a high intensity, interval training format and Zumba Toning.