BOARD MEMBERS & ASSOCIATES
Elisabeth has been a certified personal trainer and fitness instructor for over 27 years, instructing pole dance for over 13 years and most recently lyra. Her passion for dance and fitness as a child has now grown into her life long career.
Elisabeth has won various fitness competitions as well as PSO dramatic level 4 masters in 2013. As a previous studio owner, she has successfully taught many women (and men) the art of pole dance and loves watching her students grow and achieve things they never thought possible.
As the director of the Canadian Pole Fitness Association, she is very committed to promoting the pole and aerial community in a professional manner.
- BA Peace and Conflict Studies, philosophy and sociology – University of Toronto
- Canfitpro certified Group Fitness Instructor and Personal Trainer Specialist
- Master Trainer CPFA
Andie joins the CPFA with over eighteen years of experience in client and customer relations. Her previous roles in office administration, marketing, and event coordination created a knowledge base she is excited to offer the CPFA team. Her journey with Pole Fitness began in
2016, and she continues to be motivated by the trainers, instructors and students that share their love for this incredible sport. Her goals are to promote training, safety and awareness within the Canadian Pole Fitness community. She looks forward to working with and
being a part of the inspiring talents of this amazing community.
We are very proud to formally announce our Canadian Pole Fitness Association Academy Master Trainers for across Canada! The CPFA is very excited to be able to service provinces across Canada much more efficiently and in both native languages. These talented, professional and experienced instructors are available to book courses with.
Katie began her education and training in the circus performing arts at the age of 3 when she first took classes at CircusWest. In her formative years, she entered the elite National Circus School in Montreal, Canada. Katie then went on to study at the Circomedia Centre in Bristol, UK.
Since 1998, Katie has taught and performed throughout North America, and in 2006, pursued her own dream project and founded the Random Acts of Circus. The company became one of the few experimental circus performing acts in Vancouver and had its own production run at Vancouver’s famous Granville Island in 2011.