Outdoor Bootcamps

Outdoor Boot Camps

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Winter Boot Camp

Winter has arrived and it is the best excuse to stay indoors and hybernate for 4 months. I don't think so! It's time to add a few more layers to your workout attire and join us outside while we benefit from the fresh crisp air, play in the fresh fallen snow, keep the pounds off! You will shake that winter depression with a winter outdoor boot camp. Exercise improves your mood, increases your energy level, and helps you sleep better.Be invigorated in the beatiful outdoor climate. We will be walking the snowplowed and salted trails within the Sarnia area, enagaging in some body weight exercises, and performing all stretches each and every class!

The Bay Front Boot Camp

This class takes you outside along the beautiful boardwalk of Sarnia Bay. All fitness levels are welcome. Every exercise has a level achieveable for you! Begin the class with a full body warm-up. The Warm-up includes a brisk walk and dynamic muscle stretches. Strength Training includes body weight exercises that challenge every major muscle group of your body. Tricep dips, lunges, push-ups, squats are a just a few exercises that will challenge your strength. Cardiovascular exercises including walking, jogging, stair climbing, suicides, and hill runs. Complete your day with some great stretching along the waterfront. Increase your strength, increase your cardiovascular capacity and increase your range of motion. Reduce stress and anxiety, increase your energy level!

Beach Boot Camp

Escape from reality.......We are fortunate enough to live near a beautiful body of water. Take advantage of this opportunity to enjoy it, while enagaing in a positive, healthy activity! Feel incredibly rewarded. Enjoy working out while listening to the waves, the birds, and the wind against your hair. Enjoy watching the peaceful waters edge, the clouds floating by, and the ships at a far. Challenge your fitness level while working in the sand. Get out of the gym and enjoy these summer days on the beach front.

Circuit Training Boot Camp

Is a class deisgned to challnege your fitness level by using a variety of equipment at different timed stations layed out in a specific order. You will never be bored. You will be changing up an exercise every minute! The class will focus on agility, power, strength, cardiovascular exercises with a variety of equipment such as medicine balls, agility ladders, cones, dumbbells, TRX, balance boards, thera-bands, mats, stability balls, BOSU and body weight exercises. Dare to be challenged and increase your fitness to a new level.

Halloween Boot Camp

A class dedicated to the scariest holiday of the year! You will be bringing your own pumpkin and engaing in a variety of exercises that will help develop muscular strength, muscular endurance, and increase your cardiovascular fitness. Possible exercise might include lifting the pumpkins, sitting on the pumkins, carrying the pumkins, and running around the pumkins. It is a great way to enjoy the holiday and make fitness fun again!


Yoga is a form of fitness and a form of life. Your mind and body will be trained simultaneously. You will improve your joint range of motion and joint health, increase your muscular strength, improve your balance and posture, improve the focus and concentration of the mind, and rejuvenate and energize the body. 

Integrate yoga into your lifestyle today!

Kettlebell Boot Camp

There is no better way to burn fat than with a few high rep sets of kettlebell swings, snatches, and clean and jerks. These killer ballistic exercises work your body as one unit and require a great deal of hard work. The harder you work the more calories you burn. High rep snatches work more muscle groups and will build strength in the lower back, shoulders, and hip flexors.

Unlike many other forms of cardio, kettlebell training is fun and a hard cardio kettlebell workout gives you a tremendous sense of accomplishment. One way to take the benefits of ballistic kettlebell exercises up a big notch is to combine them with aerobic activities such as jogging or moderate jump roping. I will see you in boot camp!

Frisbee/Disc Boot Camp!

We will be using frisbees to execute gliding exercises along the ground. These exercises allow you to do smooth, graceful movements that firm, tone and sculpt long, lean muscles. This sliding motion engages your muscles through a full range to strengthen and lengthen the major muscle groups of your entire body. We will be using these frisbee on the bottom of our feet or hands in all different positions such as standing, holding in push-ups position or lying on our back. Frisbees will also be used in some high intensity cardiovascular exercises!

Kickboxing boot camp

You will be paired up with a partner. So bring your best friend! You will learn 4 basic punches and 3 different kicks. You will learn to use these punches and kicks in fun and challenging combinations as well as including body weight exercises. Kickboxing has been show to be the most benefical for weight loss in a short amount of time. It is a high intensity workout that keeps your mind focused for the entire workout. One of the favourties for sure.

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Dr. Brendan Carney Kilian

Chiropractor | Clinic Director

Dr. Brendan Carney Kilian graduated from the University of Waterloo with an Honours Bachelor of Science (Kinesiology – Pre-health Professions Option) in 2002 and from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in June 2006, Magna Cum Laude with Clinic Honours. Dr. Carney Kilian is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and has been working in the fitness industry for over a decade. He has special interests in musculoskeletal injury rehabilitation, weight management, and individualized program design. Dr. Carney Kilian has additional certifications as a Certified Golf Performance Therapist, and a Spine certified Active Release Techniques® (ART) Provider. From his small town roots, Dr. Carney Kilian emphasizes a patient-centered approach that stresses patient education and long-term successes. 

Dr. Carney Kilian opened In Motion: Health – Wellness – Fitness to provide an innovative Pain Management, Rehabilitation and Injury Prevention solutions for the residents of Sarnia-Lambton.

Dr. Luke Winegard

Chiropractor | Clinic Director

Dr. Luke Winegard graduated from the University of Guelph with an Honours Bachelor of Science (Human Kinetics) in 2001 and from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in June 2006. Over and above his professional training, Dr. Winegard has studied to become Full Body Certified in Active Release Technique® (ART), as well as received a Diploma of Clinical Acupuncture and is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. Dr. Winegard’s professional focus is to help an active clientele to reach their potential through active therapies, patient education and the promotion of an active lifestyle.

Actively involved with the Sarnia Seaway Kiwanas Club, the Rapids Family Health Team and the Health Professional Advisory Committee of the LHIN, Dr. Winegard is committed to developing strong ties to the community of Sarnia.

Dr. Winegard decided to open In Motion: Health – Wellness – Fitness to provide an innovative Pain Management, Rehabilitation and Injury Prevention solutions for the residents of Sarnia-Lambton.


Dr. Jane Pilkey


Dr. Jane received her Honours Bachelor of Kinesiology from McMaster University and went on to graduate from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in 2011. She furthered her education by becoming a Contemporary Medical Acupuncture Provider in 2013. Dr. Jane takes special interest in prenatal and pediatric care and is working towards obtaining a residency in pediatrics through the ICPA.

Dr. Jane is an evidence based practitioner that focuses on a patient-centered approach to care; she emphasizes patient education and promotes an active lifestyle to help keep patients both pain free and fully functional. She maintains professional affiliations with the Canadian Chiropractic Association and the Ontario Chiropractic Association in addition to being a registered service provider for the Department of Veterans Affairs, RCMP, and WSIB. 

Originally from Sarnia, Jane was born into an active family and grew up a competitive figure skater, swimmer, soccer player, and golfer. Her love of sport and volunteer work as a coach and athletic trainer with various teams has resulted in immense experience dealing with athletic injuries. She looks forward to her future with In Motion and helping her clients to remain active.

Amanda Sargent

Registered Massage Therapist

A local girl, Amanda Sargent was born and raised in Sarnia and attended Lambton College. Prior to becoming a Registered Massage Therapist in 2003, Amanda spent time in the healthcare setting as a nursing student and a personal support worker. Amanda has gained experience working as part of a multi-disciplinary healthcare team, at Canada’s leading facility for comprehensive healthcare assessments, and in a small family chiropractic office. Amanda has additional training in fascial release, advanced lumbar spine techniques, and Neuromuscular Integration and Structural Alignment (NISA). Amanda has special interests in pregnancy and deep tissue massage. She is excited to be back home to serve her local community as a member of In Motion’s Health Team.

Jenn Van Horne

Registered Massage Therapist

Born in Sarnia, Jenn was raised and currently resides in Corunna.  She graduated from SCITS high school and then from the 3 year massage therapy program at Lambton College in 2007.  During that time she took special interest in treating those with chronic pain.  Jenn has taken courses in soft tissue release and deep tissue massage.  She is experienced in treating MVA injuries, clients in severe, chronic pain, pregnant and elderly clients as well as repetitive strain and sports injuries.  She incorporates the use of hydrotherapy into treatments whenever indicated to aide in fully releasing the tissue.

Adam Gray


Adam was born and raised in Sarnia.  He attended the University of Waterloo for his 4 year B.A, and after completing his studies, completed a 3½ year Podiatric Medicine program, at the Michener Institute of Applied Health Sciences/ University of Toronto Campus.  In addition, he has completed 3 years of internship in the Greater Toronto Area in various hospitals and private clinics. 

As a registered Chiropodist, his specialization includes, but is not limited to: lower limb, foot, and ankle injuries (sports medicine); dermatological and nail care; soft-tissue surgeries; nail surgeries; arch pain; biomechanical assessments, footwear, and orthotics; diabetic consultation/treatment; prescriptions for NSAID’s, antibiotics, and/or antifungals; pharmacological care and injections; compression stockings; and treatment using therapeutic modalities (TENS, ultrasound. Etc.)

Stefanie Senior

Registered Dietitian & Sports Nutritionist

Stefanie Senior is one of the leading registered dietitians and sports nutritionists in Toronto. She specializes in weight management, eating for exercise and athletic performance, and corporate wellness.Stefanie Senior, RD offers registered dietitian and sports nutrition services in the GTA and runs a private practice at Athletic Edge Sports Medicine and online via Skype for In Motion. Stefanie offers nutrition counselling, weight management programs and support groups and creates customized meal plans based on food preferences, lifestyle and goals.  Stefanie is also a professor in food and nutrition at the Centre for Hospitality and Culinary Arts at George Brown College and the in-house dietitian and spokesperson for the CBC Live Right Now campaign.Stefanie is a professional speaker who uses dynamic and interactive seminars to teach simple, powerful and sustainable strategies for achieving optimal health, energy and wellbeing. The energetic nutrition guru has appeared on CP24, CTV, Rogers Live, CBC television and radio, Canada AM and has interviewed for articles published in the Toronto Star, Canadian Living, Best Health Magazine, Chatelaine, the Huffington Post, and the Toronto Observer. Stefanie studied dietetics at the University of British Columbia and completed a post-graduate dietetic internship program at Mount Sinai Hospital in Toronto. Previous to entering the field of dietetics, she did a Bachelor of Science degree, with a major in Psychology at the University of Guelph and worked as a Personal Trainer in Vancouver, British Columbia.Stefanie has a unique approach to her practice and provides advice that is realistic, easy to follow and emphasizes stepwise change, balance and flexibility. She is a firm believer that small, gradual changes to an individual’s eating and exercising regimen coupled with patience, commitment and a positive attitude can lead to permanent lifestyle change and a happier, healthier and more fulfilling life.In her spare time, Stefanie enjoys being active, cooking, travelling and experiencing the newest restaurants and food trends in Toronto and across the globe. Stefanie is excited to join the In Motion Team to offer high quality nutrition and weight loss couseling via Skype.

Cassandra Rapaich


Cassandra was born and raised in Sarnia where she attended Bright’s Grove Elementary School and Northern Collegiate High School.  In 2003, Cassandra was recruited on a full-ride soccer scholarship to Clayton State University (NCAA DII) in Atlanta, Georgia where she captained the Lady Lakers Soccer Team for 3 of the 4 attending years and was awarded a Bachelor’s of Science Degree majoring in Biology with an emphasis in Biomedical Applications. 

Cassandra then pursued her Bachelor of Physiotherapy in the athletic hotbed of Australia, at The University of Queensland. With an international reputation for clinical research, the University’s Physiotherapy division is recognized as a national and international leader in physiotherapy research. The University of Queensland’s active and collaborative research teams specialize in areas of, Musculoskeletal Pain and Injury, Neck Pain and Whiplash, Pain Management, and Joint Stability. Cassandra’s main area of concentration will continue in this direction as it relates to the injured athlete. Cassandra’s clinical training has been centered on a multi disciplinary musculoskeletal rehabilitation team and she is excited to put her training into practice at Sarnia’s In Motion.

Cassandra graduated from the University of Queensland in December 2011 and is now registered in Canada.

Ciara Wright

Physiotherapy Resident

Ciara grew up in Grand Bend and Brights Grove. She graduated from Western University with an Honours Bachelor of Health Science in 2012 and went on to complete her Master of Physical Therapy at McMaster University. She is now a registered Physiotherapy Resident in the province of Ontario. Ciara treats her patients holistically and understands the importance of empowering the client. Her treatments focus on combining “hands on” manual therapy with individualized exercise programs. She has taken a post-graduate course in Soft Tissue Release and plans to further her education to include advanced manual therapy, and pelvic health courses.

Having grown up in two small beach towns, Ciara has always been passionate about leading a healthy active lifestyle. In her free time, she enjoys going to the gym, jogging along the lake and spending time with friends and family. She is excited to be returning to the Grove and looks forward to helping clients get back to activities that are meaningful to them.

Kristi Kleinsmith

Personal Trainer

In 2000 Kristi earned herself a full tennis scholarship to Northern Illinois University where she spent four years playing tennis for the Huskies and earning her Bachelor's of Science Degree, with Honours, in Preventative and Rehabilitative Exercise Science. A minor in Exercise Gerontology was also achieved. She continued her education for two years on graduate assistantship and received her Master's of Science in Education focusing on Exercise Physiology and Fitness Leadership. Kristi has also obtained an American College of Sports Medicine certification (Certified Health and Fitness Specialist).

Kristi has experience working with people of all ages and fitness levels. She has experience working in different fitness industries such as corporate fitness, commercial fitness, and exercise gerontology. Kristi was a university professor at Northern Illinois University and Lambton College where she taught health and fitness, weight training and conditioning, tennis, volleyball, and badminton classes.

In 2018, Kristi became a Functional Patterns, Human Foundation Practitioner. This new system of personal training develops the human body as a whole organism. Learn how to correct your dysfunctions by assessing your current posture and gait cycle. Correct your biomechanics and bring the body into a state homeostasis and have it remain there for a lifetime. 

Her interests include spending time with her family outdoors, whether it is hiking, biking, swimming, kayaking, or skating. Her family likes to visit the local fruit, vegetable, and animal farms in the area. Discovering the Pinery Park and other parks in the area create new adventures and experiences. She is constantly learning more about how to be a healthy human for a lifetime and wants to share this knowledge with her family, friends, and clients.

Get ready to be motivated, encouraged, and challenged to your full potential. Let her ambitious and uplifting attitude guide you through various workouts and classes.

Jodi Rawcliffe

Office Manager

I was born in Michigan, raised in Corunna, ON.  I have more than 20 years of client relation experience and more than 10 years of managerial experience working for NCO.  In 2012 when NCO closed I was lucky enough to have the opportunity to go back to school.  I enrolled in the Medical Office Administration Program at Lambton College and graduated in 2014 at the top of my class.  While attending Lambton College I was the Campus Program Coordinator for the Ministry of Health campaign - Leave the Pack Behind, which focuses on Smoking Cessation for students.  I also gained experience working in a medical office environment as a work study and co-op student in the Lambton College Wellness Centre.I am married to my husband, Steve and we have 2 children – Alexis and Jaxon.  Alexis is currently attending the University of Ottawa and hopes to become a dentist.  Jaxon is an avid lacrosse and football player. I also have 2 furbabies – Chihuahuas, Martini and Skye.We love travelling, playing with our dogs, and watching Jaxon play lacrosse and football.

Heather Noble

Business Development - On Leave

Raised in a small town and currently residing in Sarnia, Heather graduated with her Social Service Worker diploma in 2005. She has since contributed 10 years of municiple program creation, evaluation and counselling services to youth and their families. Heather is practiced in crisis management and prides herself in being an advocate and present force for her clients. In her spare time she enjoys reading, friends, family and being engaged in the great outdoors. Heather looks forward to expanding her skill set and feels that In Motion's mission statement fits perfectly with her personal goals. 

Leah Boire

Client Relations

Leah was born and raised in Chatham, ON and is a recent transplant to Sarnia.  Leah has more than 14 years’ experience in customer service, office administration and management.  Leah graduated with honours in 2002 from St. Clair College (Thames Campus) with an Office Administration – Executive diploma.  After graduation she continued her involvement with the college by teaching night classes and tutoring students.  Leah and her husband Kyle decided to move back to his hometown of Sarnia.  In her spare time Leah likes to spend time with her family, friends and fur babies.  She likes exploring her new hometown and surrounding communities and taking advantage of all the festivals and events in the area.  She also enjoys reading, travelling, attending concerts, watching the Detroit Tigers and the Toronto Maple Leafs.  Leah is excited about her opportunity to be a part of the In Motion Team both professionally and personally. 

Mary Beth Purdy

Client Relations

Born and raised in Sarnia, Mary Beth attended Lambton College and graduated with a Sports and Recreation Administration Diploma in 2013 and a Medical Office Administration Diploma in 2015. With 8 years of customer service experience, Mary Beth loves working with people. She gained experience working in a medical office environment during her co-op placement at Bluewater Health in the Pharmacy department. Since graduation, Mary Beth has gained further experience while working as a chiropractic health assistant. Mary Beth has always been enthusiastic about health and wellness and is especially enthusiastic about cardiovascular and weight training. In her spare time she enjoys going to the gym, horseback riding, watching the Toronto Blue Jays / Toronto Maple leafs, and spending time with her family, friends and fur baby Haalie – a 4 year old husky lab. Mary Beth looks forward to expanding her skill set and is excited to be a part of the In Motion Team.      

Kelsey Johnston

Client Relations - On leave

Born and raised in a small town, and recently moved to Sarnia. I studied Business – Marketing and Dental Assisting at Fanshawe College. After college I worked chairside for a dental office before switching to more office administration work. I have always loved working with people and enjoy that working reception has allowed me to spend lots of time talking to clients. Since switching to more office administration work I have gained experience while working as the office manager for a chiropractic office. In my spare time I enjoy spending time with family and friends by the pool, going camping, cheering on the Toronto Blue Jays/Toronto Maple Leafs, as well as spending time with my fur babies Jasmine, Sammy, and Roxy. I am looking forward to expanding my health and wellness knowledge, and I am excited to be part of the In Motion Team.