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Sara-Clare Lajeunesse

Director Agatsu Mobility & Movement Programs

Sara-Clare has over 20 years in the fitness industry and has taught kettlebells and mobility world wide. Her passion for physical fitness began at a young age through dance and continued on throughout her university years as a teacher’s assistant in movement for theatre arts. There she studied Voice, Dance, Alexander Technique, Pilates, Yoga, Feldenkrais and Contact Improv. A graduate from the University of Windsor’s BFA in Acting & Program, Sara toured the world for 12 years as a professional performer. Sara-Clare is the Technical Director for Agatsu Joint Mobility & Movement Program. Her clients range from athletes, seniors citizens, chemotherapy patients to mentoring troubled teens. Her background and training includes: -circus arts (hand balancing and hand to hand partner balancing) -brazillian jiu-jitsu -gymnastics strength training -olympic weightlifting -kettlebell sport -ashtanga yoga Sara-Clare truly believes that anything is possible if you’re willing to work for it. It may not happen tomorrow or the next day, but as someone wise once told her only “perfect practice makes perfect”. Her clients and class participants learn to heal their bodies through movement, building a strong foundation for fitness for life.


"Hey Sara, I just wanted to thank you again for the mobility cert we did over the weekend. I expected it to help my oly lifting because there were a lot of areas in mobility where I needed to improve like the hips, shoulders and sometimes knees as well. However the techniques you and Shawn showed me have helped me WAY MORE then I thought possible! My front squat, and back squat have both gone up by 20 kg each, along with a substantial increase in my snatch and clean & jerk, and these gains all happened within four days of completing the cert! One factor that held me back was the tightness of my hips because i wasn't able to get low enough in my squat to rebound properly off the bottom, but now that i know how to explore some key joints like the hips knees and shoulders properly, new maxes feel like nothing special anymore haha! Thank you so much! " Justin Santos-Toronto