AJM Fitness Studio


Our Fitness Classes are not accessible as we are looking for a new location for our fitness studio. Nevertheless, our Instructor is available and can respond to any queries or develop personalized programs for individuals.

Contact the clinic if you are ready to get moving!

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Fitness looks different on everyone!

Meet our Instructor Amanda!

Amanda’s diverse experiences as a patient, caregiver, instructor, and participant in a rehabilitation program gives her a distinct advantage in the world of fitness and exercise. Her personal experiences have provided her with a deep understanding of the physical and emotional challenges that individuals face when dealing with injuries, chronic conditions, and the recovery process.

Original painting by Amanda McNaughton

Don't be intimidated!

At our fitness studio, we place a high value on creating a non-judgmental space for our clients. We strive to make each individual feel comfortable and empowered, regardless of their fitness level or abilities.

Our clients are encouraged to focus on what they can do and celebrate every accomplishment, no matter how small. Our approach is focused on supporting each participant to achieve their unique goals and exceed their own expectations.

What makes AJM Fitness Studio unique?

Our Instructors are familiar with the fear and apprehension that comes with starting over after experiencing a setback. This unique perspective enables them to provide compassionate guidance to others who find themselves in a similar situation.

Furthermore, our Fitness Instructors are experienced massage therapists. They possess a vast understanding of the body, muscles, injury rehabilitation, and appropriate body mechanics, which they impart to their fitness clients.

Exercising with pain or injury?

  • Movement can often be the best solution for pain and decreased activity or limited mobility. It’s important to stay active and keep the body moving, but it’s also essential to listen to your body and not push beyond your limits.

  • Slow down your movements and be mindful of how your body feels as you exercise. It’s important to stay present in the moment and not let your mind wander, as this can increase the risk of injury.

  • If you have a history of chronic pain, injury, arthritis, or surgery, it’s important to work with a qualified fitness professional who can provide modifications or specific exercises to ensure your safety. Don’t be afraid to speak up and let your instructor know if you’re experiencing any pain or discomfort during your workout.

Safety is the #1 priority!

Proper technique is essential for effectively engaging the intended muscles, which can improve the connection between the brain and body. This connection is crucial for managing pain and facilitating recovery from injury.

You can do this. Break out of your comfort zone!

Every body can be active!