Ken Crosina is a former Provincial singles and doubles champion, a National doubles champion and was ranked as high as number 5 in Canada in singles. After playing for Florida State University on a tennis scholarship, he returned to Canada to coach full time. Having coached for five years at the Toronto Cricket Club, Ken ventured to Oshawa where he was the Tennis Director for 10 years at Oshawa Racquet Club.
He was instrumental in the building of the new Campus Tennis Centre on the grounds of Durham College where he also served as the Tennis Director for 10 years Ken combines fun, energy, exercise and fundamentals to take your tennis to the next level.
Melissa Cutler has worked as a Chiropractor and Certified Medical Acupuncture Provider at the West and Lakeshore Mayfair Club locations for over 5 years.
Dr. Cutler brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to Mayfair Clubs. Dr. Cutler’s treatment approach is very holistic and includes a combination of soft tissue techniques such as Active Release Therapy (ART) and trigger point therapy, chiropractic manipulation, medical acupuncture and prescriptive exercises. Dr. Cutler is able to connect with her patients because as a nationally ranked tennis player she has experienced numerous injuries herself.
Michael is a three-time National Tennis Champion and a four-year University of Texas letterman. He has played in two Junior Grand Slams and holds the all-time doubles record for the best win percentage in a single season. Michael represented Canada on the 1985 Sunshine Cup team, for a final-eight finish and represented Canada on the Molson National team for two years.
Oggie Bovan is a Registered Kinesiologist of Ontario and an Exercise Physiologist with the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM). He has a sports and fitness background and extensive clinical experience in rehabilitating injury. Oggie’s specialty is therapeutic exercise for injury prevention and rehabilitation, ensuring that clients build strength, stability and balance to move efficiently with no limitations.
Sally has been involved in aquatics for over nine years and has a passion for teaching people of all ages and skill levels. Before working at Mayfair West she managed a swim school with over 1,300 students. Since arriving here in 2013, she has established Mayfair Toronto West’s aquatics program from its infancy to its current size of over 200 students. Her goal is to help people develop a high level of confidence in being in and around water.