Josh Turnpaugh provides the unique experience and vision to implement challenging yet appropriate exercises for a wide variety of clients. The motivation and energy he provides in a workout will align with his and your goals as you push forward together to create an improved “YOU”!
Sam Semerzier‘s philosophy toward fitness isn’t to make one better than others, but to build a better you! A variety of folks in the prosthetic, figure competitors, geriatric, orthopedic patients, athletes and people with autism can boldly attest of his humble yet effective work. His knowledge stretched in the spectrum of biomechanics, nutrition, strength and conditioning, fitness assessment, wellness that makes him, as some would say a “resourceful servant”.
Julia Rose has been in the health and fitness industry over 10 years. She works in a variety of settings in the Durham/Chapel Hill area including: the JCC, Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Duke University and The Forest at Duke. She has a passion for helping adults set SMART fitness goals and achieve them.
Lisa Lewis has worked at the Levin JCC as a trainer for over 6 years. As a trainer, she has experience working with clients in their teens making fitness fun, to clients in their senior years making fitness functional and safe. Through her Pain Free Movement Specialist Certification, Lisa has taken clients from a chronic state of pain to a functional state of movement and stability.
Sue Wartell has been in the health, sports, and fitness industry for over 45 years. She currently teaches and trains in a variety of studios and health facilities including a dance/exercise class for OLLI (Osher Lifelong Learning Institute). She is particularly interested in improving client’s functional fitness to create for them a better quality of life.
Rebecca Grossfeld combines Massage Therapy, Personal Training and Exercise Class Instruction to bring forth overall health and wellness. Her background in dance and 12+ years working at Structure House enabled her to empower many students and clients to overcome their fear of exercise and negative body image. Helping individuals develop courage, confidence, and an understanding of their movement potential thrills her!