Mountain Tops is a program designed to build confidence, camaraderie and various movement skills for those with physical, mental and/or emotional developmental disabilities. This program is open to adults and young adults at least 16 years old who are looking to have some fun while improving their fitness and energy levels through a variety of different workouts and events. Mountain Tops works with the Washington Development Disabilities Association in providing short-term care to those with respite. Contact me in the form below to find out how we can get started!
MOUNTAIN TOPS CLASSES
Before joining a class, we will schedule a time to meet one-on-one to chat and learn more about each other!
Classes are currently on Tuesday's for 1 hour from 3:30 to 4:30 PM at the Lacamas Lake Lodge. I ask all participants to sign up in advance for the classes they can attend using the "Book Online" page.
The rate for each hour of class is $21 per student. Pacific Peaks Fitness is a respite provider and will provide a copy of the Person Centered Service Plan (PCSP) at each class.
Each class will consist of a light warm-up, strength and core exercises (each with a different format or variety of equipment), a fun finisher or challenge and a gentle cool down.
M.Ed Curriculum and Instruction, is an educator of all ages and abilities.
A public school teacher, certified yoga instructor and certified group fitness instructor, Julie works with over 600 children per school year, including students with severe communication disorders and disabilities.
Julie has taught adult Group Fitness classes at Lacamas Athletic Club, and Rooftop Yoga at Revolution Hall, as well as Sunday Sunset Salutations with NoPo Run Club. She is also a proud member of the Vancouver Run Chug and Grub Club.
We are all athletes, whether we are recovering from a half-marathon, or full-term pregnancy. Life is an amazing journey, let’s travel in good health.
Bachelors Degree in Kinesiology and Certified Personal Trainer (CPT) through the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) as well as Adaptive Special Needs Group Instructor Certified through Strong Education.
Kiley has felt strongly about inclusivity in her workplaces, team environments and social settings and now she gets a chance to build classes for everyone, no matter the need.
"Every mountain top is within reach if you
just keep climbing"