Warm up

Outside of my full-time job, I am a Spinning instructor in order to stay active and in-shape. I find it incredibly enjoyable and a great way to relax after a hectic day. I give classes at Club LaCité in the evenings after a long day at work. I also give classes on the weekend during the regular school semester at McGill Athletics.

I was certified as a Spinning instructor in 2006.

Spinning wheel

Spinning is a great cardio workout and should be enjoyable. It is not about being the strongest or fastest in the class. You should go at your own pace, but always challenging yourself. At no point during the class should you be competing with the people next to you in the class. Focus on your breathing, your pedaling, your heart rate, and most importantly -- yourself. For your safety, you should always participate in a spinning class with these rules in mind.

Although Spinning is done on a stationary bike, and is suppose to simulate the movements a rider would perform on an actual bike, it is not exclusively a class for bike enthusiasts hoping to train off the track/street. There are numerous exercises and variations that can be performed on a Spinning bike that is challenging cardio-wise and for muscle tone.


If you have taken a class with me, I would love to get your feedback about the class. Let me know what you like or dislike, and I will use your feedback to improve the class. Feel free to express your honest opinion. All your comments and rating are completely anonymous. Your privacy is assured and your identity will be unknown to me (unless you sign your name in the comments).

If you take my class at Club LaCité, you can give feedback here.

If you take my class at McGill Athletics, you can give feedback here.

If you have a favourite song that you listen to while your work out or know of a song that would be perfect for a spinning class, then let me know and I will try to use it in one of my exercise programmes.