NatuurlijkSportief Montreal - Canada

NatuurlijkSportief is a Dutch game of words for being naturally extraordinary in moving. Don’t forget we were born movers! Moving is natural for a child but as we age we tend to fall into a state of inactivity and conformity which is totally against our nature. In a world that has become increasingly competitive and driven by regulations, busy agendas and deadlines, many people address training the same way – yet another task that must be done under performance pressure adhering to strict rules of how to move and how not.

Fun, functional and free

NatuurlijkSportief retrieves the cheerful, carefree feeling everyone had as a child. Listening to our intuition and returning to those simple moves we did as kids – skipping, climbing, balancing, lifting stones, laughing – if that made us fit, strong & happy back then – then these truly functional and natural moves are bound to boost our energy levels while we get fitter, stronger & instantly feel incredibly younger!



Come challenge yourself and your friends with an awesome outdoor, group training session. Guaranteed to have fun and get physical fit in nature.

Rain or shine; every Sunday
11:00 a.m.

Private training

Do you want to go outside with a NatuurlijkSportief personal trainer and work together to become strong, healthy and fit?

Contact Ralph:


Centennial Park, Dollard-des-Ormeaux
Parc Nature Bois-de-Liesse
Parc Nature Cap-Sainte-Jacques
Parc Nature Bois-de L'Ile-Bizard
Parc Nature L'Anse-a-L'Orme
Parc Nature Terra Cotta

Trainer Montreal

NatuurlijkSportief Montreal Canada Ralph



Cross country ski coach // adventure sports athlete // polar ambassador

” I am a certified personal trainer, adventure sport athlete, and I am  based in Montreal Quebec, Canada. I have been working in the fitness industry for the past 20 years. As a trainer and competitive athlete, I find that there is something connective and refreshing about training in nature. Running off trail, climbing over and under fallen trees, wading through streams and muddy bogs. This is beautiful and natural movement and it’s also empowering and exhilarating exercise.”