Fitness Instructors

  • Nick Beauchamp

    Spark Sessions Fitness Instructor

    Nick obtained a Sport and Exercise Science degree from the University of Central Florida, and is a Certified Strength & Conditioning Coach.

    In Nick's own words, "My ultimate goal is to inspire the fitness industry to evolve into a more educational based format, leading to a greater understanding of performance, injury-prevention, and longevity."

  • Lily Fisher

    Fitness Instructor, Personal Trainer

    Lily Fisher is a long time coach and climber who's worked in the Seattle gym since 2014. She has extensive experience teaching climbing technique and helping people learn to train in our Technique Series and Dawn Patrol classes. She loves learning about the science of training, which lead her to become a Certified Personal Trainer through the National Academy of Sports Medicine. Now she's pursuing a specialization in corrective exercise to enhance her professional development. In her free time, she enjoys hiking, climbing, foraging for mushrooms, and otherwise enjoying the outdoors.

    Lily aims to create an encouraging and welcoming environment for people of all abilities to learn and grow in their climbing journey and discover the joy of training!

  • Jazzmin Fragiacomo

    Yoga Instructor

    Jazzmin began her yoga journey about 7 years ago. Though she came to the practice as a way to mend an injury, she quickly fell in love with yoga as a spiritual practice. Yoga as a whole (the physical and spiritual practice) allowed Jazzmin to develop emotional, mental, spiritual, and physical reliance. As she practiced, Jazzmin believed that everyone should be able to reap the benefits of this practice. After working and practicing in studio spaces, she quickly realized that yoga spaces are highly exclusive and leave many communities out of the practice. Jazzmin went into her first 200-hour teacher training with the intention of making yoga accessible to all.

    Since graduating in winter of 2020, Jazzmin has taught outdoor community classes in both California and Washington. She has undergone a Mindful Trauma Informed Yoga training and is currently in a 75-hour training focusing on Yoga and Social Justice. Jazzmin is dedicated to the health and well-being of all living things and is passionate about helping others explore their mind and body through the practice of yoga.