Troy Beauregard

Troy is the Director of Strength and Conditioning at RHP Training Centre. With over 17 years of experience, Troy has made training individuals and team his life. Troy’s expertise at dry land training has touched many athletes in many different sports. He has worked with hockey players, boxers, volleyball, soccer, baseball and football players. He has also worked with skiers, powerlifters and athletes in Track and competitive bodybuilding. Troy is the Strength and Conditioning Coach for the NOJHL Rayside Balfour Canadians, Sudbury Lady Wolves Major Midget AA and the Sudbury Nickel Capital Wolves AAA teams, the Northern Chill Volleyball Club as well as the Nickel City Aquatics Team.

In addition to his role as Director of Strength and Conditioning with RHP Training Centre, Troy serves as a Guest Instructor for numerous NOHA clinics and workshops, including the U15 Development Camp.

During Troy’s years of experience he has also worked with special populations, including car accident victims and cancer survivors. He has also trained clients with fitness and weight loss goals and guided these people to reach their full potential.

Along with being a certified personal trainer, Troy has certifications in Sports Strength, Sports Movement, TRX and BOSU.  He was recently added to the Men’s Health Fitness Council.  Troy’s ambition/objective is to train his clients weaknesses and further develop their strengths in order to help each of them reach their personal goals.



Dana Beljo

Dana is a Registered Kinesiologist from Timmins, Ontario. Growing up in an active family, Dana was a Dancer for 18 years, and participated in many other sports such as Soccer, Golf, Basketball and Volleyball. Her love of sports made her decision to attend Lakehead University easy where she received her Honours Bachelor Degree in Kinesiology. Dana has experience strength training hockey teams and loves working with all types of athletes to help them meet their maximum potential. As a registered Kinesiologist, Dana has helped Motor Vehicle Accident and WSIB patients re-strengthen and rehabilitate injuries sustained in car accidents or workplace accidents, as well as rehabilitated many patients who have sustained various musculoskeletal injuries.

Dana is a Certified Shift Concussion Management Provider and has had great success with the program thus far. Dana is also certified in Soft Tissue Release Technique as well as Sport wrapping and taping.  In addition, Dana recently obtained her Brand X Method Certification.  The Brand X Method is a comprehensive, next-generation fitness framework designed to deliver physical literacy over the life course, preventing injuries, improving sports performance, and keeping you active and engaged for a lifetime.


Currently off on Maternity Leave

James Bottrell

James is a Certified Personal Trainer and a graduate of Cambrian College’s Physical Fitness Management program (FLBU).  He is currently furthering his education through Laurentian University’s Sport and Physical Education program (SPED).

Although he did not compete in sports growing up, James got a taste for training and competing in his senior year of high school and radically changed his lifestyle. Although he had a late start into athletics James has made up for lost time, competing at a high level in both Triathlons and Weightlifting.  In addition to swimming for the Laurentian Voyageurs and competing in local running events, he also competed in various CrossFit competitions across the province.

Over the past 8 years of training teams, athletes and individuals across various sports and disciplines, James has acquired numerous certifications and experiences in Weightlifting, Kettlebells, Gymnastics, Mobility, Endurance Sports, and Functional Training.  In addition, he has achieved the Registered Health and Exercise Practitioner (RHEP) designation and plans on furthering his knowledge in training and exercise.  His passion and knowledge drives him to help athletes and individuals to improve their health and fitness, and achieve their goals.



Matt Neault

Matt Neault is a Certified Personal Trainer who will be attending university  to further his education in the fitness industry by studying Human Kinetics.

He has been around sports for a large portion of his life, playing hockey for 16 years.  He currently plays for the Rayside Balfour Junior A Canadians of the NOJHL.  Matt has a passion for working out and a healthy lifestyle.  He has trained at RHP Training Centre for the past 5 years.

It is his passion to help people improve their fitness goals and reach the new levels.  Mat loves to train younger athletes and watch the improvement week after week.  He has helped train teams over the past two years.


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Alaura Wenmann


Alaura Wenmann is originally from White River, Ontario and is a recent graduate from Laurentian University’s Bachelor of Science Program with Honours in Kinesiology.

Starting at a young age, health and fitness has always been a passion of Alaura’s as she began her athletic journey as a figure skater.   As she approached secondary school, she remained very active and played every sport available.  She developed a love for soccer and began to train in the gym to excel her skills, power and functionality in sport.  Named captain in her senior year she enjoyed the extra role of running practices, coming up with drills and seeing the girls excel as a team. It wasn’t until University where she had established a strong passion for patient care and helping others reach their goals.  Alaura possess clinical experience helping treat various populations ranging from children to the elderly, those with special needs to athletes. A portion of her experience was focused on Concussion Management where secondary injuries were looked after, exertion testing, computer concussion testing and physical rehab was done. The biggest reward being in this field is seeing the progression people go through and helping them every step along the way.

As a provider of services, she believes in the Principle of Individuality where each training session should be individualized to your needs and goals.  She aims to create a positive motivating environment.  She is a true believer in exercise being medicine meaning not only are we bettering our physical health, but also improving our mental health and well-being.



Sophie Demore

Sophie is currently completing her final year in the Fitness and Health Promotion program at Collège Boréal.  She is a National Level powerlifter competing in the CPU/IPF.  Sophie has been competing in powerlifting since February 2017 and has so far achieved gold at the Ontario Championships and bronze at Canada’s Regional competition, preparing herself for the Canadian National Championships 2018.

Before becoming a powerlifter, Sophie was a competitive figure skater for 10 years, played competitive hockey for 6 years, and has participated in a few other sports such as baseball, volleyball, soccer track & field, and cross-country.

Sophie hopes to inspire others through her passion of not only helping others go after their goals, but also help empower people, especially women, discover their strength.  An aspect that changed Sophie’s life for the better was to change her focus on what her body physically looked like and instead focus on what her body was capable of doing.

Sophie’s mission is to become the best version of herself in hopes of inspiring, empowering and helping others to do the same for themselves.



Nicole Dubuc-Charbonneau

B.A., M. A.., PhD
CSPA Professional Member

Nicole Dubuc-Charbonneau is a mental performance consultant and has been a certified professional member of the Canadian Sport Psychology Association since January 2010. Driven to help athletes achieve greater well-being and reach their athletic potential, Nicole has worked extensively with junior, varsity, and senior level athletes from various sports including gymnastics, basketball, hockey, fencing, curling, running, tae kwon do and swimming. In addition to teaching sport psychology courses at the collegiate level, she continues to research within the field in order to present up-to-date strategies on reaching optimal performance. Whether working with a team or an individual athlete, her applied work tailors to the athletes’ various needs and thus discussions could include topics such as goal setting, confidence, motivation, team dynamics, emotional control, relaxation, imagery, pre-competition planning, burnout prevention, self-regulation and concentration/focus.