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Durham Region Fitness Training & ELDOA

Our bodies are capable of much more than we think. With Mr. Exercise, you can re-discover the agility and strength of your younger days. Anyone from athletes to the elderly can learn how to move smarter and improve mobility with evidence based,  biomechanically precise exercises and stretches.

I understand the importance of being able to do the things you love, no matter your age. My unique approach to conditioning the body helps you to improve your posture and alleviate pain, giving you the freedom to keep doing the things you love. I offer personalized coaching plans designed for your body type and requirements. I help athletes of all levels reach their goals by improving posture and increasing range of motion.

ELDOA Method Online Group Classes

Workplace Seminars

Online Personal


Seniors Balance Workshops

Learn to take control of your fitness, change your posture, and shift chronic patterns of injury or pain. Experience the difference that precision exercise instruction will make in your workouts and everyday life.

Improving balance will help your loved ones have more confidence and increase their ability to live independently. Take comfort in knowing that they are reducing the likelihood of a fall as their balance improves.

ELDOAs are myofascial stretching techniques created by world renowned Osteopath, Dr. Guy Voyer. They are designed to create space in specific joints in order to improve joint function and overall health.  

Equip employees with skills and knowledge to minimize the pain and injuries often assiociated with jobs that are sedentary and/or physically demanding. Customized solutions for your unique work environment.

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You’re on your way to a healthy and strong you. Get in touch and start moving today.

“In the short while I have been taking Mark’s class, I have found that my posture while driving has really improved… No more slouching at the wheel!” 

            ― Client Testimonials

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