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Natasha Agaoglu

Natasha Agaoglu offers a great deal of experience in personal, athletic and sports specific training. She has over seventeen years experience in personal training, coaching and group fitness instruction. Natasha holds a Marketing and Economics degree from the University of Athabasca and diplomas in both Fitness and Lifestyle Management from George Brown College and Recreation and Leisure Services from Humber College. She holds a Certified Personal Trainer (CPT) certification with the Canadian Society of Exercise Physiology (CSEP). She is Functional Movement Systems (FMS) Certified. Natasha is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). As well as a Trainer of Fitness Leader with the Ontario Fitness Council (OFC).

Natasha has been involved in the coaching, athletic training, development of athletes and athletic programs for youth and varsity soccer teams, gymnastic programs and various competitive athletic teams and programs. She is now the Head Coach of the Women’s Varsity Soccer team here at St. Lawrence College. She also has extensive experience in conducting functional movement assessments, cardiovascular conditioning, flexibility, injury rehabilitation and the design and of personalized fitness programs.

Natasha holds a number of Canadian NCCP coaching certifications in soccer, gymnastics and Olympic lifting. She is Learning Facilitator for the Coaching Association of Ontario.

 

Grant Bradley

Grant Bradley is a New Zealander who has twenty-five years of experience in the fitness industry.  Grant possesses a Masters degree in Physical Education from the University of Victoria, and is a Certified Exercise Physiologist and Certified Personal Trainer Examiner with the Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology.  He is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through NSCA as well as an Ontario Fitness Council (OFC) Trainer for Fitness Leader. Grant has conducted fitness assessments and designed specialized strength and conditioning programs for individual athletes and sports teams in New Zealand, Austria and Canada. 

Grant’s credentials also include a Bachelor of Business Studies degree and Diploma in Teaching, and he has a strong professional background in education and business administration.  As a result of his work as Athletic Director and Head of Physical Education in a number of educational organizations, Grant has developed extensive experience in planning, organizing and convening athletic programs and large-scale special events.  These positions have required particular expertise in budget administration, risk management, resource management, as well as sports marketing and promotion.

Grant is designated as a ‘Master Level Coach’ by the International Coaching Effectiveness Program and is a Learning Facilitator for the Coaching Association of Ontario. He also holds a number of Canadian NCCP coaching certifications in rugby and squash.  He also possesses an eclectic range of coaching qualifications from New Zealand in: rugby, rugby league, volleyball, yachting, abseiling, and kayaking.

 

Sarah Pardy

Sarah offers expertise in the areas of Exercise Science, Injury Management, and Complementary Health Care. Sarah is a registered physiotherapist who has worked in private practice in British Columbia and more recently as a physiotherapist at Canadian Forces Base Kingston, and the Royal Military College for nine years. Sarah has four years experience as an athletic trainer, with provincial and national level military sports teams. In addition to completing her Certified Fitness Consultant and Certified Personal Trainer qualification, Sarah has taken extensive continuing education training, including the study of acupuncture.

Sarah is highly involved with the Queen's University School of Rehabilitation Therapy where she is both an Adjunct Academic Staff member and a member of the Admissions Selection Committee. With a strong theoretical knowledge of the human body, Sarah also brings to the program a great deal of experience as a high performance athlete. Sarah was a carded athlete and member of Canada’s national track and field team. As a competitor in the women’s high jump, Sarah captured gold in the Canadian University Championships in 1995, a gold medal at the Canada Summer Games, as well as a silver medal at the Pan American Jr. Games in 1993.

Queen's University was Sarah's choice for completing her Bachelor of Science and Master of Science in Physical Therapy degrees, where she graduated both degrees with honours. Sarah was nominated as St. Lawrence College’s Faculty Person of the Year in 2007, was inducted into Bayridge Secondary School's Hall of Fame in 2007, was the recipient of the Clinical Educator Recognition Certificate in 2005, and was awarded the DND Departmental Scholarship Award from 2003-2004.

In her spare time, Sarah enjoys playing basketball, running half-marathons, and travelling to collect antiques with her husband and four pets.