The Crew

Everyone matters at Sky Spirit. Today we can only continue to be a market leading gym in Malta through a team that’s equally proud of what we do, as committed and passionate as we’ve been since that first day back in 2013.


David Degiorgio

After graduated from the I.T.S. in Hospitality Management, David worked in one the leading 5 star hotels in Malta giving exceptional customer service as from a young age David was keen in sports and used to play tennis. Later on in life he took up cycling as a hobby. After 10 years in the Hospitality Sector he decided to combine the passion for customer service and sports, in joining the Sky Spirit Crew and working in the Reception.


Kirsten Axiaq

Kirsten has been working in the sales and retail sector for 12 years however, sports has always played a vital role in her life engaging in various fitness activities such as boxing and HIIT. She later started frequenting the gym religiously and during these four years training has become a passion rather than a hobby.
Kirsten has also competed in one of the biggest federations of body building, IFBB competition for 3 consecutive years, obtaining excellent results both locally and internationally. She enjoys working at the gym as this allows her to be immersed in a fitness environment. She also loves meeting new people and motivating them to work out.


Manuel Mangion

Manuel started his professional career in sports and physical education 24 years ago and graduated with a Bachelor in Education with first class Honours in Physical Education and EMY. His full time job is that of a teacher, currently working with children with a hearing impairment. He is also a Coach with the Malta Sports Council, he’s a certified Belay High Ropes Master Instructor and has also worked in creative team-building events.

Consistently, his exercise focus is also on weight, circuit and high intensity training as a comprehensive physical training regime with over 14 years of experience in various gyms as a Gym, Fitness and Class Instructor, including personal training on request. Manuel has been in our Skyspirit family since the first day that the gym opened its doors and runs some signature classes here at Skyspirit which our clients go simply crazy about.

Manuel’s philosophy is grounded in a holistic approach; combining a healthy lifestyle and organic nutrition with the physical and psychological benefits of exercise. This is the road to ‘a healthy mind in a healthy body’. Manuel enjoys working with people in a creative and individualised approach to motivate them to initiate, pursue and advance their optimum physical fitness. He strongly believes that exercise and discipline go hand-in-hand and thus drives people to get out of their comfort zone and take up physical fitness with a good measure of perseverance!


Ingrid Vassallo

Ingrid is a fully qualified Ereps personal Trainer with a 17″years experience and a wide range of knowledge in this area and has attended several courses to further her knowledge. In here sporting career Ingrid played football in the women football league and also played for Maltese national team. She also coached several  clubs at youth level. She also played volleyball and water polo.

Fitness is her passion and helping people to achieve their goals and see results in a safe, effective and healthy way is her priority.


Carl Cutajar

Carl is a full-time Fitness Instructor at Sky Spirit. His passion to help others led him to leave a career in financial services to pursue a more rewarding and meaningful career in Health and Fitness. He obtained his Fitness Instructor Qualification from one of the UK’s leading fitness training providers, YMCAfit, and he’s continuously enhancing his expertise through reading and other fitness-related courses.

Apart from his passion for fitness, Carl enjoys reading, cooking and travelling. His favourite quote is ‘If it doesn’t challenge you, it won’t change you’. He believes that setting yourself a challenge and consistently working to overcome that challenge is key to make progress and to ultimately achieve your fitness goals. As a fitness instructor, Carl inspires people to lead a healthier, happier and more positive lifestyle.


Glenn Saliba

Fitnessactive living and a healthy lifestyle are the main ingredients of a wholesome life.” Glen has always been involved in the sports industryHis passion is football, a sport he practices regularly with a local football club. Earlier in his careerhe even coached a number of youngsters at a local nursery. 

He is a very active person and passionate about fitness. Therefore, going to the gym to workout was a natural progression in his search for fitness and personal wellbeing. Glen’s aim is to pass on his passion and to help others achieve their personal objectives. 

With more than seven years of experience under his belt, Glen specialises in Total Body Resistance Exercise (TRX), circuit training and kettlebell trainingHe is an experienced Level 3 Personal Trainerholding a Master Personal Training Diploma from the European Personal Training Institute and the ADL Advance Diploma in Nutritional Counselling. 

Your wellness is my ultimate goal,” is Glen’s personal training mantra and he perseveres to make it succeed. 


Analizia Balzan

Although she works as a Fitness Instructor on part-time basis, she’s been involved in sports and training for the last 10 years.  As a profession, she is a graduate in BSc (Hons) Business, working in the financial services. However, two years ago, she decided to attend and complete the Level 2 Gym instructor course. Being now a qualified EREPS fitness instructor, she enhanced her knowledge and developed further competency how to plan and deliver safe and effective exercises to customers.

She believes that nobody can make you happy, until you are happy with yourself! And, being active in training and working hard to achieve your own goals is one of the main elements that can help customers get confidence and happiness within themselves.


Amanda Iavarone

Amanda is currently a 4th year student at the University of Malta, aspiring to become a qualified economist. Her passion for fitness began after finishing Sixth Form, when she decided to step in a gym for the first time. This quickly turned into a lifestyle as Amanda tries to incorporate daily gym workouts into her routine, which help her to de-stress from her studies. Amanda also has a passion for baking, particularly healthy and nutritious recipes and believes that one must be ambitious in life, as it takes a lot of dedication and hard work in order to succeed.

 

Rachel Camilleri

Rachel is currently studying Masters in Accountancy at the University of Malta. She started attending the gym a couple of years ago in order to try it out but it turned out to be a lifestyle that she enjoys. She believes that a healthy nutrition and working out go hand in hand for a healthy and positive mind. She also finds the gym as a good escape from studying and has learned that it is important to be in competition with herself in order to always improve. As a hobby she enjoys travelling and meeting new people.

Classes you may like

Fit Fusion
Advanced Level
High intensity workout, only the brave ... or those seeking a challenge!

Challenge yourself to this workout that incorporates cardio and toning exercises to strengthen and tone your full body. Each class, which is an intermediate level, is a surprise so you might be using various and different equipment or just your body weight. Get ready for an hour of a motivational workout for your entire body!

Shred & Tone
Moderate Level
Medium intensity workout, get ready to sweat!

Shred & Tone is an energetic, upbeat 60 minute workout which combines cardiovascular training and muscle strengthening activity, making sure to burn calories and shed excess fat while increasing muscle and joint flexibility through a wide range of movements.

Bums & Thighs
Moderate Level
Medium intensity workout, get ready to sweat!

Our equation starts with the five classic moves to target the glutes most effectively: lunges, single-leg squats, hip extensions, step-ups and side leg lifts. We then added a little complexity and dimension to each move by incorporating the principles of mobility and stability characteristic of all Sky Spirit programming.

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Featured class of the month

Six Pack Attack

Exercises combined in a 30-minute format designed to strengthen the entire core with a focus on the abdominal and lower back muscles.

Most of us don’t have a half an hour a day, six days a week , But doing Six-Pack Attack! workout, the class we designed exclusively to work on the mid body section, even just three times a week gets results. Intensity is the key to this abs workout. With some high-energy tunes to get you motivated, and move quickly from one movement to the next, resting only where directed.

This workout consists of mountain climbers, planks work,some weights, sit-ups, crunches and lots of other new techniques using bosu, stability and medicine balls. You need to give your maximum effort to make this workout effective. It lasts 10-12 minutes, so every repetition counts. Our minds can hold us back from giving max effort, so make sure you’re mentally ready to train before you start the workout. You know you can push yourself hard for 12 minutes. Don’t stop until it’s over. You can do it!

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Browse through our informative fitness related articles, discover the latest fitness trends and great tasting nutritional ideas.

Competition time!
Monday 4th November, 2019 ●  Sarah Agius
Sky Spirit is giving away a 1 month membership! Take a photo and tag us on instagram, and get a chance to win a 1 month membership! Simply: 1. Like the  photo on instagram & follow @Skyspiritmalta 2. Post your photo whilst working out and mention @skyspiritmalta in it. We’ll choose a lucky ... »
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The idea behind meal prep
Wednesday 18th September, 2019 ●  Sarah Agius
It’s easy to make the decision to eat more healthily. The hard part is actually doing it. Some common stumbling blocks are deciding what to eat and doing the daily preparations, cooking and dishes. It’s about over-prepping for a few weeks and then coasting at mealtime. 1. Frozen food ... »
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