Ashley Climenhega


  • Zumba Basic 1 & 2, Zumba Gold, Zumba Toning, Zumbatomic , Zumba Core, Zumba Glutes, Zumba in the Circuit
  • Beachbody: PiYo Live & Insanity Live
  • Yogafit Levels 1, 2, & Prenatal
  • Antigravity Fundamentals
  • Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation Association: Theory and Group Land Fitness
  • Bachelor of Science Kinesiology from the University of Saskatchewan
  • Registered Nurse
  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Saskatchewan
  • CPR and First Aid (HCP- health care provider)
  • Royal Conservatory of Music- Piano Grade 9

Performance and Training Highlights

    • Volunteering/Teaching at Bust A Move fundraiser in Saskatoon
    • Has worked in Labor & Delivery (Maternal Services) as a RN since 2014 and has a passion for prenatal and postpartum clients
    • Prior experience teaching dance
    • Has worked with many clients in reaching their personal fitness goals as well as rehabilitating injuries

Ashley's 3 Favorite Things:

  1. My kiddos and husband-to-be
  2. The beach
  3. Chocolate

What inspired me to teach?

I grew up competitively dancing and continued to do so until age 21.  I graduated from the U of S in 2008, and found something was missing in my new “adult’ life.  I actually attended one of Kelly’s Zumba classes, fell in love with the style and knew that was going to be my next step for my fitness to continue on.  I found Zumba was a nice fit between my dancing background and my newly acquired knowledge from my Kinesiology degree.  After entering the world of teaching, my curiosity began to grow and I continued taking more trainings.    

Why do I teach?

  • I love teaching because it pushes me to do my best while trying to push others to do their best as well!

What do I teach?

  • Zumba, Zumba Toning,  Conditioning, Prenatal yoga, Postpartum classes

Fun Fact

Both my kids are named after people in my family- Amy Jean is named after my maternal Grandma and my fiance’s paternal Grandma; Edward Jordan is named after a long line of Edward’s and my brother.