Because we are Kitchener-Waterloo's FIRST INCLUSIVE GYM! An extra-ordinary company for extraordinary people doing extra-ordinary things, evolving health & fitness services for every body and ability.
We are a revolutionary gym that disregards all boundaries - a unique aspect for the fitness world today. Active Souls Project is a fully supported integrated fitness, yoga and athletic center dedicated to the real needs of our community.
At Active Souls Project “Functional Fitness” is the core practice that has continually proven to turn fitness goals into reality. “I Can’t” turns into “I Can” at Active Souls Project with the consistent support from their passionate and experienced coaches, trainers, and instructors. Squats, deadlifts, and bench presses are not the only things that you will see in the gym, but rather a facility full of multi-ability individuals coming together as a community to achieve a common practice - a healthy lifestyle.
This unique fitness facility stands out of the crowd as it is the only gym in the tri-cities that is dedicated to and specializing in training members with special needs and with various abilities. In addition, Active Souls Project provides elite dryland training for athletes, various yoga classes, personal training, and mobile training services to complete the integrated community we strive to build. Personalized fitness is done by providing training and nutrition programs that cater to the specific needs, goals, and abilities of their members. Fitness is more than physical well-being at Active Souls Project, it is an outlet that works to improve daily living skills, harvest positive social interactions and teach critical life skills, for an overall improvement in quality of life.
A true sense of community consistently fills the gym and the practice of unity through fitness is a concept that makes Active Souls Project the facility for all ages, abilities, and fitness levels. We create and deliver sports specific programming, weight loss/gain and strength fitness programs, wellness plans for youth and adults of all ages, abilities and fitness levels that include but not limited to:
Head of Athletic Development
A Moncton New Brunswick native, Jeremy has a total of 23 years of hockey experience.
Prior to becoming a coach, he had a 15 year playing career in minor hockey which included Bantam AAA, High School AAA and Jr.B.
Once becoming a coach, he has since worked with multiple teams and organizations across North America. From Learn 2 Skate to elite players training he has coached at multiple levels on and off the ice. Being mentored by...more
Owner/Founder: Head of Operations & Group Fitness, Head Coach for KW Special Olympics Powerlifting
Sascha’s unique approach to fitness can be attributed to having tackled her own personal struggles and experiences, transforming them into a positive philosophy and a dynamic one of a kind training program – making Active Souls Project one of the most sought-after health and fitness companies in Waterloo region.
Her inspiration is her special needs child and her missionto take individuals from ‘I CAN’T” to “I CAN”, changing bodies,...more
Head of Personal Training
Playing many sports as a kid, Ryan was always active. His training journey started with hockey-specific training at age 14 and quickly developed from there. Ryan specializes in weightlifting, injury rehabilitation and high intensity interval training, and has a passion for sports nutrition, supplementation, and eating for optimal body composition. Ryan has experience as a power skating instructor, 15 years of high level hockey and a Bachelor...more
The King of Clean! (Maintenance)
Tom is a proud graduate of Grand River Collegiate Institute’s Life Skills Program. From an early age Tom has been passionate about sports of all kinds. He is a competitive athlete with Ontario Special Olympics, accomplishing many goals and medals throughout the years. Physical activity is an important part of every aspect of Tom’s life. When he is not busy competing/training he can be found dancing, working out at the gym or hanging out with...more
Dahlia's journey through yoga has always been guided by the need for nervous system regulation. As someone who battled autoimmune disease for most of her life, yoga offered her the space she needed in order to cope with life's challenges. Dahlia began to practice yoga in 2005 at the time she completed her BA in French & Spanish studies from Wilfrid Laurier University. After 12 years of a consistent yoga practice, she left her decade-long...more