Clarence is a former professional volleyball player with strong rowing expertise (Suisse Romande Indoor Champion, 1000 m). She has a Sports Science degree and a PhD in Sports Science with a focus on athletes’ health. She has coached all levels of athletes across a range of sports. Clarence believes consistency and team work are the keys to sporting success.
Clarence is Spanish and Swiss and is fluent in French, Spanish and English.
As extra "official info" Clarence's passion for sports is only equaled by her passion for Spanish ham!
Coralie is an international professional contemporary dancer and a certified yoga teacher, with both sports science and dancing conservatory degrees. She was placed second at the Suisse Romande Indoor Champions (team relay). She enjoys introducing yoga and physical training to beginners as well as coaching advanced students. With a particular passion for movement, Coralie integrates her knowledge as a dancer and yoga teacher in her classes to link it with rowing. Enthusiastic and energetic by nature, yoga is for her a way to centralize her energy and connect her mind to the present moment.
Coralie is Swiss and is fluent in French and English.
As extra "official info" Coralie has a secret love for being upside down... all the time and everywhere, you might see her balancing on her hands, arms or head!
Loïc is an international indoor rowing athlete. He holds the official Concept2 heavyweight world record for 1 minute and 500m on slides. He won the 2023 World Rowing Indoor Championships relay in Toronto and won a silver medal for the 500m at the 2023 European Rowing Indoor Championships in Paris. Therefore, it is clear that to achieve that level, consistency and perseverance are some of his main values and motivations. He likes coaching advanced rowers as well as introducing rowing to beginners. With a passion for training methods, Loïc integrates his knowledge as a top level athlete to his classes. Strong and attentive, he uses specific tips to bring out the best in each person’s performance through rowing and the physical exercises.
Loïc is Swiss and fluent in French and English.
As extra "official info", if Loïc is not rowing, you can find him in a movie theater or behind a camera, as he is combining his coaching and athlete career with studies of the history and aesthetics of cinema at UNIL.
Sherry is a former NCAA Division I college rower, coach and certified yoga teacher. She has more than 10 years experience in the American fitness industry. She has a Biology degree and is a student at UNIL, completing a masters degree in Sport Management. Sherry has worked with a range of fitness levels, from college athletes to exercise enthusiasts to those new to the world of training.
Sherry is American, from California and speaks English and is studying French.
As extra “official info” this is Sherry’s first summer in Switzerland and she welcomes any suggestions on what to do and where to go.