Youldon Group Announces Kaitlyn Youldon hired to lead the Nepean Ringette Bunnies Program

Friday, September 6th, 2013

Ottawa, Ontario – The Youldon Group announced today that Kaitlyn Youldon will be designing, staffing and leading the traditional Bunny program offered by the Nepean Ringette Association for the 2013-14 season.

She will be supported by volunteers recruited and supervised by Kaitlyn. These apprentice leaders who are career ringette players will use this opportunity to take on a leadership role in ringette and work toward a career in coaching or a summer ringette camp counselor.

The Bunny (Learn to Skate) program is for five and six year olds and is the introductory program for the sport of Ringette.

Goals of the program include:

  • Providing a positive environment for learning the fundamental skills of ringette;
  • Create an interest in the sport, and to understand the ringette roadmap for ringette athletes;
  • Maximize opportunities for players to touch and handle the ring;
  • To teach the basic rules of ringette.

Kaitlyn Youldon is a certified personal trainer, a Kinesiology graduate from Dalhousie University, and is a member of Team Canada that competed against Finland for the World Ringette Championships in 2014. She is also a certified Ringette coach and has been head coach of the Dalhousie University Ringette, and has been an assistant coach of many AA teams.

Kaitlyn has been training individuals and ringette teams for six years. She combines her knowledge, skill and experience in coaching, personal training and kinesiology to help these young ringette athletes.

About The Youldon Group

The Youldon Group has been involved in the sports and fitness sector for over twenty years. The passion for leadership in ringette started in 1996.

Core services include ringette team training, ringette coaching development through tools, workshops and one-on-one mentoring, and personal fitness training services for beginners and elite athletes.


Paul Youldon, Media Relations
The Youldon Group
Ottawa, Ontario (613) 825-5057
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