Alicia is a highly recognized health and fitness expert with over 11 years of experience working with REAL women over fifty.
She is a contributor to various publications such as Huffington Post, Alive Magazine and MindbodyGreen. She’s the founder and lead Fitness Coach for Destination Fit and online wellness coach right here at Alicia Jones Healthy Living
She empowers women to “Shape it Up your way” and get out of the square boxes we try to squeeze our body images into. Learn how to move freely, feel lighter & live a Healthy Lifestyle on our own terms.
She has earned the following achievements. :
- B.A Kinesiology
- B.A International Development
- Personal training specialist: Canfit-pro
- National coach of Canada (NCCP)
- Yogafit instructor
- Spinning instructor
- Advanced sport nutrition
- Certified group fitness instructor
- Aquafit instructor: WaterArt
- Pilates Rehabilitation
My name is Alicia Jones, and my mission is to help you feel as healthy and energized as you can be!
I understand how difficult it is to begin a healthy lifestyle. As a young teenager,
I only began working out when I realized my pants wouldn’t fit.
To be honest, at first I hated it. I found it tough and boring. It wasn’t until I was 19 that I found amazing personal trainers and fitness professionals that inspired me, made running fun and weight training seem exciting. It is amazing what great instructors can do. It was because of them that I started to love being healthy and energized!
With the desire to inspire, I have equipped myself with double specialized honors in Kinesiology and International Development from York University I have been in the fitness industry for over 11 years. During that time I’ve achieved over 250 education credits and certificates in health and fitness. I continue to take new certifications and courses in order to keep up with the current exercise trends and research.
By educating my clients in a fun and dynamic way I am striving to help others reach their deserved fitness destination and see how great feeling healthy can be.