With the guidance of a personal trainer, you can set and attain realistic nutrition and fitness goals. You and your trainer determine how often you will meet (biweekly, weekly, bimonthly, etc.) Enjoy the benefits of a personal trainer: safety, accountability, encouragement and individualized attention.
Make your first appointment today! Choose a Personal Trainer from the list below, and contact him/her to set up your initial visit. Pay the required fee at the front desk at the time of your first visit. Membership is not required during personal training sessions. For any other visits to the Recreation Center, a membership or day fee is required.
Individual Private Session Fees
30 minutes: $25 Resident/$35 Nonresident
1 hour: $40 Resident/$50 Nonresident
Package of FOUR 1-hour sessions: $140 Resident/$180 Nonresident
Semi-Private and Group Fees (Charged Per Person)
Two Person, 1 hour: $25 Resident/$30 Nonresident
Three Person, 1 hour: $20 Resident/$25 Nonresident
Four Person, 1 hour: $15 Resident/$20 Nonresident
Meet Our Trainers
Jamie is a certified personal trainer and boot camp instructor. She is also a certified group fitness instructor and has taught classes for 7 years at the Georgetown Recreation Center including: Indoor Cycling, Circuit Training, Lunch Crunch /Quick Cardio and Power Pump. Jamie also leads City of Georgetown Wellness classes for the employee wellness program. She has turned her passion into her profession. Jamie was a longtime member before becoming a certified instructor and trainer. Her workout mantra is “workout because you love yourself, not because you hate your body.”
Kathy Carver is an ACE Certified Personal Trainer, Registered Yoga Instructor and Mad Dogg Spinning Instructor. She is a three time recognized Fitness Instructor of the Year in the Atlanta area. In 1996, she assisted with training athletes in the Olympic Village for the Atlanta Summer Games. Kathy has worked in the clinical and resort setting, with almost 30 years in the fitness industry. She enjoys training all fitness levels and has extensive experience with specialty populations, including post rehab fitness.
Karin is an ACE Certified Personal Trainer with a B.S. in Exercise and Sports Science. She also instructs boot camps at the Georgetown Rec Center. Karin wants to share ways to balance healthy eating, training, and stress management with work, family, and social obligations. Her objective is to maximize her clients’ results with a minimal time investment. Let Karin show you how living a healthy lifestyle can be fun, enjoyable, effortless and fit into your daily life.
Tyler holds a B.S. in Exercise Sport Sciences (Emphasis in Pre-Physical Therapy) and a personal trainer certification through the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM). He focuses his sessions on athletic injury prevention, sports specific activities, post rehabilitation, and goal-oriented exercise. He is dedicated to encouraging the client to exceed the expectations of their own capabilities through goal setting for their desired results. Tyler believes there are few things more exciting than helping others realize their fitness potential with a proper exercise and nutrition program.
Leesa has been athletic all her life. She started playing sports when she was young and continued playing basketball through college. After graduating with her Bachelor’s degree, she became a biology teacher and coach of many high school sports: basketball, volleyball, track, cross country, softball and tennis. After having twins, Leesa tried to be a stay at home mom. She looked to a local gym for sanity and soon after became an instructor. She became an ACE certified personal trainer and seven years later, she still loves every minute of it. She loves motivating people to improve themselves through exercise. “Not all people have the same goals or needs from exercise, but it is so rewarding for people to succeed at any level or age.”
Laura L. Quiroz
Laura is a Certified Personal Trainer through IFA (International Fitness Association). She is also a Mad Dogg certified spin instructor and has been teaching Group Fitness classes at the Georgetown Recreation Center and World Gym for several years, and has enjoyed sports her entire life. Laura believes that being active doing something you enjoy is the key to good health. “This philosophy, along with proper nutrition and weight training, changes your body and mind from the inside out. Everyone deserves to live their best life. All it takes is commitment and the will for positive change.”