Our trainers are highly experienced with the appropriate credentials to work with our athletes. They are committed to the development of each player in adherence with Volleyball Canada’s Long Term Athlete Development principles as well.
Brie Ellard-Jedlic, MA - Good to Great Mental Training
Brie Ellard-Jedlic is a graduate of the University of Western Ontario where she obtained a Master of Arts degree in
Kinesiology – Sport Psychology. Her sport background is very diverse. She was involved in gymnastics, swimming, and diving at the provincial level as well as rowing at the national and international level. She was a five-time member of the Canadian Women’s National Rowing Team, during which time she worked with a sport psychologist and learned firsthand the benefits of mental training and its subsequent effect on performance.
Her background in sport as an athlete and coach, in addition to her background as a mental trainer, has given her a great understanding and empathy towards the motivations, needs and challenges of her clients. As a result, she has a tremendous passion for helping aspiring athletes, students and performers of all levels achieve their potential in sport and in life.
Chelsea Ziolkowski, BKIN - Level 10 Fitness
Growing up in Weyburn, Saskatchewan, Chelsea was involved in many different sports. She especially took an interest in hockey, volleyball, golf and softball. She went on to play CIS volleyball for the University of Regina Cougars and competed at the National Championship in the 2014 season. She continues to play competitive volleyball, as well as enters Amateur golf tournaments when time permits. Chelsea especially enjoys training general population and elite athletes and teaching spin and boxing fitness classes. Chelsea's passion is in assisting her clients reach their fitness goals and helping them push to achieve a strong and healthy lifestyle. Currently Chelsea is working towards a TSAC certification. She has a keen interest in physically training the military, fire and rescue, law enforcement, protective services, and other emergency personnel to improve performance, promote wellness, and decrease injury risk.