The Core adds new instructors and new classes


Mia Jerritt has worked in the fitness industry for 30 years

The Core Exercise Studio in Comox has added two new instructors and eight hours of new classes to the regular weekly schedule.

Longtime yoga instructor Cindy Fort brings 12 years of experience teaching an inward, meditative-style of Hatha Yoga to the Comox Valley.

As a former studio owner in Cape Town, Cindy and her yogi husband Gary, relocated to the Comox Valley with their two  young boys three years ago.

As well, former Alberta girl and NAIT-educated oersonal trainer Kira Cranna will be offering beginner pilates and a beginner booty camp for Women.

Kira spent the past six years teaching fitness classes for the military with varying levels of fitness, as well as administering testing protocols and training for the RCMP.  Kira currently works part time with WestJet.

The Core is a privately owned personal training studio dedicated to the health and wellness of its participants.  Longtime Comox Valley resident and medical exercise specialist Mia Jerritt, has worked in the fitness industry for 30 years, 20 in the Comox Valley.  She is the sole owner of The Core, now in its fourth year of making a difference in people’s lives.

Her innovative and creative classes are limited to eight participants and are recognized by the medical community for their ongoing success for a variety of different injuries as well as weight loss.

For detailed information on any classes offered at the studio visit


– The Core Exercise Studio



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