In addition to co-owning Body By X, Xavier McClinton trains children and adults privately. You can also find Xavier teaching athletic and conditioning classes, indoor cycling and basketball clinics. Xavier has been a personal trainer, an architect of mind, body and soul for more than twenty years. Join Xavier on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays @ 6 AM for his indoor cycling class. He also teaches indoor cycling on Tuesdays @ 1- AM and 2 Saturdays a month @ 8 AM or for Boot Camp by X on Mondays @ 9 AM and Thursdays at 10 AM.
Body By X co-owner, Nadia McClinton, brings her own special flair and passion to the Center. Gym phobic until she met her husband, Xavier, she is now a huge supporter of the keeping fit lifestyle. She teaches Indoor Cycling and, as a fan of Aruna Andes' Fly Gym, she has brought aerial fitness/yoga to Body By X, heading up a Fly Gym Core Strengthening Class.
With a Masters Degree in Psychology, five years in retail management and four as a Project Manager for a software company, Nadia combines her talent for creating safe, fun exercise classes with the business skills necessary to manage Body By X.
Teri Bauer: Teri was born and raised in the suburbs of Chicago where at an early age, she excelled in team sports. In high school she ran track and was captain of the volleyball team. She also used her passion for fitness and teaching to mentor mentally challenged children. Today, Teri teaches yoga and indoor cycling classes throughout the Bay Area. She teaches the Body By X blended vinyasa flow yoga class for kids age 7 to 14. Teri welcomes ALL skill levels. Through gentle instruction, Teri creates a supportive environment.
Eileen Hansen, a competitive sculler, has participated in flat water and open water races throughout the country. She has won the Catalina Crossing, a 32-mile race from Marina del Rey to Catalina, twice in a single racing shell and once in a mixed double. Her most recent win was the 2011 Open Ocean Regatta, a race that goes out the Golden Gate Bridge to Point Diablo and back to Sausalito. She rowed that race in a mixed double with Stefan Benton, former UCSB crew member.
Morgan Fenner has been a rower and sculler for 17 years. She is a level 2 Rowing coach with USRowing and a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association. She also holds a Personal Training Certification through the National Sports Medicine Association. She first entered the sport as a high school athlete and was recruited to row at Cal as a collegiate rower. Morgan has coached the art of
rowing since 2000 and has come to Body by X to help build the indoor rowing program. Morgan loves to introduce people to the sport of rowing and training on the indoor rower (the Erg) is a great way to learn about the sport. Morgan currently coaches at the Marin Rowing Association as a sculling coach and is the Assistant Girls Varsity Coach. She has also served as the manager at the Open Water Rowing Center in Sausalito and currently coaches sculling there.
Katy Boyd has been teaching movement to individuals and groups since 1997.
She has taught Pilates, yoga, dance conditioning and authentic movement classes on the music and dance faculties of the Idyllwild Arts Academy and the Interlochen Center for the Arts Summer Festival. She has also served as a guest lecturer/instructor at several colleges. Katy’s background in figure skating and dance, as both a soloist and choreographer, initiated her interest in alignment and the physical principles of movement. These movement forms demand a strong center body with flexible arms and legs along a stable spine. Exercises for core support, alignment and flexibility benefit people/movers of all interests and ages. This inspired Katy to receive teaching certification from Long Beach Dance Conditioning in applied principals of movement and advanced Pilates technique, training certification from Body Kinetics M.V., and certification in bodywork from the Heartwood Institute. Before joining the team of instructors at Body by X, Katy has been a private and group instructor at Frogs Gym and Milagros Movement Arts in San Diego and the Mill Valley Health Club. Her classes and work with individuals emphasize body alignment and direction and flow of movement to facilitate efficient, safe, enjoyable and embodied physical training.
Michael Krick has been around the world. His passion for adventure has led him backpacking through Europe, skydiving in Argentina, swimming with sharks in Belize and surfing in Australia. This Arizona native has laid his roots in the Bay Area and discovered a way to unite his love of the outdoors, health and people: fitness.
His professional journey began at Saint Mary’s College where he earned his degree in Kinesiology. With a thirst for knowledge he then attained the notable CSCS certification. After managing fitness programs at a prestigious health club, he recognized his preference for working closely with individuals and helping them set, reach and maintain goals of health and wellness. He consequently launched himself into the world of personal training.
His style is direct, yet sensitive, creating workouts for the individual with the purpose of living long, happy and healthy lives. Under Michael’s direction, your goals become his mission: whether it’s keeping up with the kids, hiking Mt. Tam, running Bay to Breakers, or looking great on your next vacation. His wide array of knowledge and techniques keep sessions fresh and challenging. A motivator, a friend, and a teacher, Michael guides his clients to well-rounded lives by also focusing on nutrition, sleep patterns, and the right amount of fun.
Michael teaches the Body By X Basic Training class and helps students become familiar with our equipment.