Coach Sarah Beauclair:

  • Fascial Stretching Practitioner
  • Head Coach of Rookie Foundations 101
  • Assistant Coach: Train to Perform
  • 1 on 1 Personal Training
  • Group Training

Having been involved in sports for most of her life, Sarah developed the proper tools and skillset to succeed as an Elite Performance Academy Coach. Her passion for developing athletic ability first stemmed from her own desire to continuously improve and thrive as an athlete in hockey, soccer, basketball and weight lifting. Having won multiple MVP awards and being named captain for both her hockey and basketball teams, Sarah progressed as a leader and team player. As a captain, Sarah led game day warm-ups and cool-downs, establishing proper sport-specific stretches and exercises that would benefit her teammates.

Building on this foundation, Sarah pursued Fitness and Health Promotion at St-Laurence College, graduating in 2015. She then went on to become a Certified Personal Trainer (ACE), an NCCP Level 1 Certified Coach, and a Certified Facial Stretching Therapist (FST) Level 1.  Since starting her career at EPA in 2015, Sarah has been named the Head Coach for our Rookie Foundations 101 program, in addition to 1 on 1 Personal Training, Group Training, and Athletic Development.

Furthermore, via her eye for functional movement and proper technique, Sarah has become more and more interested in mobility and facial stretching. Being a Facial Stretch Therapist for over a year now, Sarah loves improving the functional movement, proper technique and mobility of her athletes, from the everyday individual to professional athletes, such as Connor Williams of the CFL Ottawa RedBlacks.

Sarah continuously yearns to further develop her skill-set and knowledge as a Coach. Her future goals include pursuing her FST training, attempting to implement functional movement and proper biomechanics in her athletes’ everyday lives, and working on her own athletic development. Ultimately, Sarah desires to make a difference through her work and build the athletes of tomorrow.