Alex has a passion for athletic and weight loss training. He was raised playing sports his whole life and has been strength training since a young age. He pursued a career in personal training in order to help build up others and to develop a healthy foundation for themselves in order to give them the same confidence that a healthy lifestyle has given him. He wants to help anyone he can no matter what their goals because he believes the easiest way to reach your goals and overcome your barriers is with a little extra support.
He also graduated in 2020 with a B.A. in theatre, and he works in the film industry as well. If you like the arts, feel free to come up to him and strike up a conversation with him about it or anything else.
Tina is from Tbilisi, Georgia but currently resides in Edmonds. She started her fitness career here, at Harbor Square, in 2015 by becoming an INSANITY group fitness instructor. Since then, she has expanded into teaching our MUV training, Circuit Express, and BodyPump classes. Tina is also a recurring team captain for our 60 Day Challenge.
Pat teaches 50 and older adult classes for every level, from arthritis classes to TRX for active seniors. She designs programs to target special needs and goals, both in the weight room and with 1-on-1 personal training. Whether you’re new to exercise or want to go to the next level, Pat can design a program to meet your specific needs. Many of her clients have had knee/ hip replacements. She recognizes that as we age our bodies often require a different level of care.
I am Sarah Bierlink (known as Sarah B. around HSAC), I graduated from Whitworth University with degrees in Psychology; and Health, Fitness, and PE. After school, I became a certified Health and Fitness Specialist through ACSM. Starting out, I worked one-on-one with clients of all ages and stages of fitness. During this time, I worked my way into helping run personal training studios. I took a brief hiatus to have my sweet kids and now I’m back in the swing of it.
At Harbor Square I have the pleasure of teaching: MUV, cycle, yoga, pilates, private kick-boxing and various strength classes When not in the gym you can find me at the tennis center working on my tennis game, downhill skiing, hiking, cheering on my kids at any of their activities or hanging out at a local beach.
I strive to empower each individual at Harbor Square with the tools necessary to perform everyday tasks with ease and safety. Can’t wait to see you around the club!
Jeannie has been a certified personal trainer, health coach, and group fitness instructor for over 20 years. Through decades of regular exercise and a healthy diet, she approaches midlife and beyond as an example of attainable and sustainable health and fitness.
Specializing in fitness over 40, she focuses on helping clients develop lifestyles that support lifelong fitness. Understanding that small, healthy habits are the building blocks of a healthy body, she has learned to navigate through life by making conscious choices that support her goals. She finds joy in helping her clients discover the same pride and passion for their health and fitness that she has found.
For the past 6 years, Jeannie has competed in natural bodybuilding competitions as a way of showing that age does not define you. “Our culture may worship youth, but I have found that aging optimally is a deeply rewarding experience”. As a mother of 4 and grandmother of 7, Jeannie understands that life’s demands can draw your attention away from your fitness goals. Her “small steps toward healthy habits” method makes achieving your goals attainable, whether it’s better strength, flexibility, joint mobility, nutrition, or lifestyle. Jeannie is currently working on a book about fitness and aging entitled “Strong Fit & Ageless.
A veteran of the fitness industry for over 15 years in management and training roles, Rey has been contributing to changing member’s lives in fitness since 1999. He attended Southeastern Oklahoma State University and helped his team go to the College World Series. He specializes in general strength and conditioning as well as flexibility and also can provide functional training for sports such as baseball, golf, basketball and tennis.
Cary Davis is a trainer and educator with a passion for personal fitness and outdoor recreation. She graduated from Northern Michigan University where she was a member of the NMU Swim Team and competed in the Olympic Trials. Her love for swimming inspired her to compete in Ironman Triathlons while completing her degrees in both Elementary Education and Physical Therapy.
Cary has always loved outdoor adventures. While teaching in Singapore, she spent her vacations trekking in Nepal, competing in triathlons in southeast Asia and Australia, and backpacking in New Zealand and other countries. During the summer, she led wilderness trips in the US midwest and Canada.
Recently, Cary has taught various fitness classes including bootcamp, TRX, and strength training. When she isn’t planning her next adventure, she enjoys hiking, trail running, and spending time with her husband and three sons. She is passionate about inspiring people to challenge themselves in fitness or outdoor adventures.
I was born and raised in Augusta, Maine and moved to Washington in 1992. I have always been active as I have 5 brothers I had to keep up with.
Fitness has always been a passion and I have been involved for over 30 years. My passion led me to having many Personal Trainers to help me in my fitness journey and this inspired me to becoming a Certified Personal Trainer in 2009. It also inspired me to compete in and win a bodybuilding competition in 2012.
I enjoy working with all ages, any fitness level-from the beginner to those that have been working out for years and want to learn something new or just be pushed a little bit harder. My focus when working with a client is core strength, balance, stability and flexibility. I do this by using one’s body weight and free weights.
Having battled cancer and won, I know the challenges one faces and how important it is to keep up with a fitness routine during such a battle. I am here to help you and motivate you through it.
My other passions are my Faith, Family (dogs), Reading, Snowboarding, Swimming and Traveling.
“The Body Achieves What the Mind Believes”
Susan McLaughlin has over 13 years of experience as an ACE (American Council on Exercise) certified Group Fitness Instructor and Personal Trainer. She holds an undergraduate’s minor degree in Exercise/Health Science from the University of California, Santa Barbara. Susan has taught indoor cycling for over 10 years and also holds certifications in Barre and Total Body Tabata (TBT). Susan always enjoys sharing a good workout with her clients while motivating them to meet their fitness goals. She lives in Edmonds with her husband and two young children -Adeline and Logan.
Sabrina believes that no matter what your fitness level is you can learn safe and progressive exercise programs that are challenging and fun. With 20+ years as a personal trainer and life coach, Sabrina can help you reach your goals.
Sabrina specializes in flexibility and mobility in senior fitness, functional strength, post-rehab, and lifestyle change.