Meet Our Trainers


Ginny Turner

Ginny is the owner of CORE  with 18+ years experience as a personal trainer. She is an ACSM certified Exercise Physiologist and a Precision Nutrition certified Nutrition Counselor. She is passionate about helping people change their lives through fitness.


Janae Pritchet

Janae is an ACE certified fitness instructor with ten years of experience leading Crested Butte's ski conditioning classes.  Janae was a Division I swimmer who has competed professionally as a triathlete, freeskier, freerider, and mountain biker since living in Crested Butte.  She thrives on sharing her passion for fitness, athleticism, and the outdoors.


Andrea Schumacher

Andrea is a Schwin Certified spin instructor.  She has been in the valley for 16 years and loves inspiring and motivating people through fitness, particularly spinning.  Andrea’s spin classes are full of creative and challenging structure and uplifting play lists.

Sarah Berg

Sarah has 30 years of experience as a personal trainer, group fitness instructor, corporate wellness coordinator and staff exercise physiologist in sports medicine field. She has her Master of Science in Exercise Physiology from the University of Michigan. She is a member of ACSM. She is a former club and college track and field competitor. Sarah feels it is extremely rewarding to help clients improve their health and quality of life through fitness!


Hannah Smith

Hannah is a Crested Butte native who has been playing in the mountains her whole life. Whether it is summer or winter, rain or shine, you can find her outside, adventuring with a smile on her face. Hannah enjoys getting lost in a good book,  channeling her innate competitive nature on game night and hopes to one day become a professional corn chip taste tester.


Barb Hammond

Trainer. Athlete. Survivor.

A long-time resident of the Gunnison Valley, an American College of Sports Medicine-certified personal trainer, a registered nurse, a wife, and mom, and a cancer survivor. After her life was touched by cancer, Barb has kept exercise and fitness a priority. Now an ACSM Cancer Exercise Trainer, she can help you maintain your strength and quality of life through this chapter in your life.

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Megan Clark

Psc Pilates Apparatus, Physical Mind Institute Certified Mat Instructor + Barre Instructor

Megan is a Colorado native born in the mountains outside of Golden, went to college in Durango and has enjoyed her adult life in Crested Butte since 1996.  She grew up a gymnast and chasing four older brothers making it necessary to have a passion to be strong, flexible and mobile just to keep up.  While attending Fort Lewis College in Durango she played for the division II Woman’s soccer team then after graduating with an Exercise Science degree; emphasis on Athletic Training she took the head coach position for the Woman’s soccer team for two seasons.  

Megan loves the Crested Butte life because she enjoys the great outdoors:  trail running, hiking, mountain biking, riding horses, and most of all, raising her two amazing children here.  Pilates is her key to keeping all of these things in line.  Her husband owns and runs the local favorite restaurant The Slogar so there is always the need for Pilates!  Megan has been teaching Pilates mat for over 10 years and was first trained with the Physical Mind Institute in Denver, Co.  She is a certified PSC Pilates Apparatus instructor and teaches Barre.


Amy Nolan

SFG Level I Instructor

Amy has lived in Crested Butte for 15 years and is the mother of three very active children ages 6, 8 and 10.  She is also the founder and Director of the Crested Butte Development Team, a nonprofit organization that supports youth mountain biking in the Gunnison valley.  She would ride her bike 12 months a year if that was possible but enjoys trying to keep up with her kids on skis in the winter. 

Before having my three children in my early 30’s I spent my 20’s thrashing my body doing just about everything, I played really hard and enjoyed every minute of it!  Enter three births in four years, including one emergency c-section, and my core muscles were shot and therefore my lower back was a mess.  It wasn’t until I discovered Kettlebells that “working out” was actually fun and something I looked forward to doing.  I’ve never been someone to go to the gym but rather used my time to be outside.  Now, in my early 40’s I realize that taking care of my body in the gym is just as important as my time outside.  Since I started training with Kettlebells three years ago, I have noticed significant gains in my strength, power, mobility and stability.  I am undoubtedly stronger now than I was in my 20’s and it’s a good thing because keeping up with my kids is not getting any easier 



Ashley Sargent

Ashley teaches yoga therapeutics for athletes which is a style of yoga that helps release the holding of chronic pain, tightness and misalignment from years of fun in the outdoors.

500-RYT, Yoga Alliance certified, 10 years teaching experience