Bachelors Degree with focus in Human Biology and Health Education from Western Oregon University
Classes by Brittney:
Arms & Abs
Butts & Guts
One health tip from Brittney…
“Be proud of what your body is capable of, and don’t be too hard on yourself. Take small steps every day toward where you want to be and you will get there!”
Brittney’s favorite thing about the MFC community…
“I love that we are one big family! We celebrate each other’s successes and are here fore each other when life is less than perfect! We form tight bonds in this place.”
AFAA certified in group fitness; AFAA trained in weightlifting, yoga, pilates; schwinn certified instructor. David also studied personal training and partner assisted stretch at Bally-Fit University.
Classes by David:
One health tip from David…
David’s favorite thing about the MFC community…
“The sense of community.”
AFAA Certified Group Fitness Instructor, Zumba Certified Instructor (Basic Level 1), AFAA Indoor Cycling Training, AFAA Kickboxing Training, RIPPED Certified, Good Samaritan CPR and First Aid
“It is important for me to connect with my members, making them feel comfortable and accepted no matter their age or size. We only achieve our goals and get our bodies strong when our minds are strong. Don’t confuse motion and progress. A rocking horse keeps moving but does not make any progress. So what are you waiting for? Let’s get moving!!”
Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education from Grace University in Omaha, Nebraska ; 200 hour RYT at Sola School of Contemplative Arts in Portland, Oregon.
Classes by Linda:
Linda moved to the Willamette Valley in 1987 to begin her teaching career. Her work with children has taken many forms—from full time in the classroom to private piano and reading instruction to summer literacy programs. An artist at heart, Linda has enjoyed being commissioned to write commemorative songs for various non-profit entities. Aside from yoga, her free time is filled with music, reading, writing poetry, gardening, and hiking. And since life is lived well through purposeful integration, these experiences find their way into the yoga studio through story and practice.
“Dare to declare who you are. It is not far from the shores of silence to the boundaries of speech. The path is not long, but the way is deep. You must not only walk there, you must be prepared to leap.” ~ Hildegard of Bingen
AFAA Certified Group Fitness Instructor, AFAA Practical Pilates Training, AFAA Kickboxing Training, AFAA Official Step Skill Training, AFAA Official Step Choreography, AFAA Practical Skills Group Fitness Choreography, Good Samaritan CPR/First Aid. Bert also studied business management at Lane Community College.
Bert loves a famous quote by a wise woman:
“We can’t become what we need to be by remaining what we are.” ~Oprah Winfrey
He is certified with the Mad Dog Spinning program and is certified in the MOSSA group ride program.
Classes by Tim:
Tim has lived in Monmouth for 15 years! He has two beautiful daughters and has been happily married for 25 years! He has a passion for overall health and loves to motivate others to live clean and healthy lives. He enjoys watching and playing all kinds of sports, Basketball is his favorite, and he is a die hard Laker’s Fan…Sorry Blazer fans! He has been teaching Spinning since the mid 90’s and is exited to be teaching at MFC!
AFAA certified group fitness instructor, RIPPED certified instructor
Classes by Jaclyn:
One health tip from Jaclyn…
“Do what you love to do. If you love running, then run. If you love spinning, then spin. If you love weight lifting, lift. Just move your body everyday. Don’t be afraid to indulge in rest days and cheat meals every now and then. Learn to love exercise by doing the kind of exercise you love. Don’t focus on the scale so much. If and when you make exercise a natural part of your life, like breathing or blinking, you will be happier, healthier, and you’ll receive the added bonus of weight loss.”
Jaclyn’s favorite thing about the MFC community…
“I love the members the most. I could workout alone anywhere I want, but here I get to receive support and almost an extended family. Some of my dearest friends I’ve met here at MFC.”
Bachelors degree in History from OSU
Classes by Allison:
One health tip from Allison…
“Take care of your body–you only get one! Life is best lived with a strong, healthy body and mind.”
Allison’s favorite thing about the MFC community…
“I love the positive, uplifting, supportive people, staff and members alike. There is a healthy mindset and constructive competition with a focus on bettering oneself.”
Franki studied public health at Oregon State University, specifically health promotion with a focus on fitness and nutrition. Frank is a NASM Certified Personal Trainer and our Fit Coordinator here at MFC.
Classes by Franki:
Spin & Sculpt
One health tip from Franki…
“Make health a habit. Find something in the fitness world you love (a class, an exercise, a program, etc.) and make it a habit. But most of all, have fun with it. Health is such an amazing thing and gift.”
Franki’s favorite thing about the MFC community…
“Absolutely everything! My parents became members of MFC the day we opened. My birthday gift for my 10th birthday was a membership. MFC has always been home to me. But, if I had to choose on thing, it would be our group fitness classes. I love group fitness. I love the idea of it, I love the energy of it, I love the community of it, and I especially love MFC’s group fitness. “