PERSONAL TRAINING with us is different.

Working with our trainers brings you back to movement fundamentals. This helps uncover limiting movement patterns and correct lingering injuries. Once discovered, these movement patterns create a platform for all types of training. All of our Personal Trainers & Movement Therapists will explain the how and why so you can learn and improve the way you move.


No Contracts.
No Memberships.
No Minimum Purchases.
Sessions Never Expire.


about the trainerS

All of personal trainers at Synapse are teachers. With over 100+ years of combined experience in health and fitness, our priority to truly help our clients is what set us apart from any of your previous experiences with health and fitness.

Tania White
Sam March

do Any of these sound familiar?

At one point or another, we have heard these things from our clients about their experience before finding us:

  • Physical pain or discomfort was guiding their life

  • They felt lost and did not know where to turn before discovering us

  • They don't feel they have found the techniques on how to manage and overcome their situation

  • Uncovering the root cause of your injury helped them prevent it from re-occurring

  • They were unable to reach optimal strength, mobility and flexibility

Exclusive Group Training, Synapse Health & Fitness, Calgary Alberta

"Like most people I let life take over and neglected the most important thing…taking care of myself! I had watched lots of people run the Parkland stairs so I decided to give them a shot. There was this spunky lady, Michele Doucette, crushing the stairs – she was extremely easy to talk to, offered up some suggestions on how to make running the stairs more interesting and asked if I would like to come for free personal training to session to see if she could offer anything more to help me. Michele and the Synapse method have brought me to a new level of fitness and focus. It doesn’t matter if it is a one-on-one session or a group session - the focus is always on quality, functional movement."

Deb, 51