Kelta Fit Ambassador

Are you a highly motivated, organised and experienced exercise practitioner with a passion for helping people get fit and healthy? Then why not train to become a Kelta Fit Ambassador. Training is free.

We are looking for Ambassadors who will help to spread the word about the brand by e.g.:

Setting up classes

Appearing on TV

Training instructors

Developing the Kelta Fit brand

The role can be adapted to your particular strengths and interests and if you have a great idea then we encourage you to develop it.

Full training is provided and we have a toolbox of promotional material for offline and online. Tell us what you need to be a great Kelta Fit Ambassador and we will endeavour to provide it.

This is a great chance to develop a lucrative new line in business and a fun way to spend time with motivated, positive people.

Please follow this link to fill in the form and we’ll be in touch with further details.

Meet our Ambassadors


Picture of Kerry Edmonston Kelta Fit Ambassador



Kerrie is a Fife based dance teacher with a passion for health and fitness.  Growing up as a highland dancer, Kerrie ventured into the world of dance and musical theatre in her teens.  This led her on to gaining a BA(Hons) degree in Dance.  After performing in a Scottish show based in Edinburgh whilst studying, Kerrie has become a dance teacher after graduating teaching many styles to children and adults and is now exploring the fitness side of health and wellbeing.  She cannot wait to get Kelta Fit out to the world and get everyone dancing!


Ana Petrova is an experienced Exercise to Music and Interval Training instructor. She taught her first dance aerobics class on a beach festival in 2008 and has been addicted to planning fun routines and wearing leg warmers ever since. When Ana is not teaching a class, you can find her in the gym taking one for getting some inspiration and stealing other people’s moves. She strongly believes that dancing is the best way to stay fit and happy. Everybody and anybody can – and should – dance!