Workshops and Training

KSU Personal Trainer Sessions
Workshop and Training opportunities are for KSU students interested in teaching Group Fitness, Personal Training, and or learning more about our classes and equipment!

From time to time we'll partner with other organizations (Schwinn, YogaFit®, TRX®, and more!) to bring training opportunities to the KSU campus. Depending on the organization and type of training, the following features may vary, including:

  • Duration (one-day or two-day workshops and training)
  • Payment
  • Prerequisite and experience requirements
  • Registration methods
  • Class size and availability

Summer 2017 Offerings:

  • Have questions about exercise? Want to get your body composition tested? Join our personal trainers once a month to answer any questions you may have or have your body tested in the OwlFit Hour.

    OwlFit Hour, previously known as the Know Your Number program, has been modified
    to provide a better experience for you. The OwlFit Hour program will include time
    for our Personal Trainers to answer any questions and perform body compositions
    as well. Please note, program times and dates have changed.
    Sessions will begin effective: May, 2017.



    • When: 2nd Monday of every month
    • Where: SRAC, Kennesaw Campus, 5- 6pm


    • When: 2nd Wednesday of every month
    • Where: Recreation Wellness Center, Marietta Campus, 12- 1pm

    * Both sessions will meet near the lobby at both recreation facilities
    * OwlFit Hour will begin effective May 2017

  • Are you feeling beat up, sore and tired after your workouts? Come on out to this Muscle Recovery Workshop hosted by out OwlFit Personal Trainers! You will learn the basics of foam rolling and myofasical release to improve your performance in and out of the gym!

    • When: June 7, 2017
    • Where: SRAC Kennesaw Activity Room 2090 A/B
    • Registration: no pre-registration required
    • Price: $0
  • OwlFit Small Group Training: Women N' Weights

    Calling all KSU Women! This six-week progressive workshop is for you. This workshop teaches you how to set up your own fitness program using various pieces of equipment for strength training including TRX, Barbells, Dumbbells, Kettlebells and more!

    • When: June 19th - August 2nd
      *Class will not meet the week of July 4th
    • Where: Kennesaw Campus, SRAC Activity Room 2090 A/B
    • Registration: To register, visit the Administrative Office by June 16 at 12pm
    • Price: $60
    • Availability: 3-8 spots
  • Looking to get yoga certified? Kennesaw State University is hosting for different tranings in 2017. Please view the linke below to register.


    • YogaFit LEVEL ONE - Foundations: 
      The first step on the path toward becoming a yoga teacher or simply deepening your practice, Level One provides the tools to create inspiring vinyasa yoga classes grounded in proper alignment and the safety of exercise science.

    • YogaFit LEVEL TWO - Communication: 
      Dive deeper into YogaFit’s transformational language in Level Two to effectively communicate what you know. Using physical cues, mental imagery, and positive affirmations, you’ll learn to foster a safe, nurturing environment for all students, regardless of their experience or ability.

    • YogaFit LEVEL THREE - Introspection: 
      Directing the focus more inward, Level Three emphasizes the modern application of the philosophical and metaphysical aspects of yoga, paying particular attention to the seven chakras and how they foster a deeper sense of self‐awareness. In this two‐day intensive, you will then learn how to use your intuition as well as your anatomical knowledge to give your students effective hands‐on assists.

    • YogaFit for Warriors (PTSD):
      his trauma-­sensitive yoga workshop zeros in on Post-­Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Trauma Brain Injury (TBI), the long­term effects each one has on the mind, body, and spirit, and how yoga can bring relief. Anyone suffering from trauma—military men and women, and their families; first responders; victims of violence or abuse—as well as the mental health professionals working with them will benefit from this two-day intensive.