Patrick took his first Agatsu Kettlebell certification in 2013. He possesses a degree in Physical Education from McGill University, is a level 2 Agatsu Movement and Mobility instructor, a level 2 Agatsu Kettlebell Instructor and is the director of the Agastu Mace and Indian Club program. Patrick draws his inspiration from helping people transform their lives and become their baddest (and best) selves. He views exercise as a means to enhance all aspects of a person’s life, enriching one’s mental, physical, emotional and spiritual well being through the physical practice.
Patrick trains and competes in both mace competition and kettlebell sport, having taken part in the first ever mace sport competition in Canada. He has been teaching mace and indian club classes at the Agatsu Montreal gym since 2016, where he is the head coach. He is a longtime martial arts practitioner, having attained a black belt in Sil Lum Hung Gar Kung Fu, in addition to studying both Kali Escrima and Brazillian Jiu Jitsu. His martial arts background has helped to forge his mastery mindset, which is focused not on quick results but rather striving for continual growth and consistent effort as a path to achievement. He is immensely proud of his Swiss heritage and his Agatsu Family.