Kathryn “Tiki” McIntyre began working at SMX in 2007. Tiki is an ACE certified personal trainer and an AIM Director & Certified Living Well Health Coach. She has been involved with AIM for over 23 years and has a strong working knowledge of the many aspects of nutrition and healthy foods choices. With a lifelong passion for healthy living in her personal life Tiki has enjoyed working with clients in many different personal goals. Experience ranges from working with clients with many different fitness levels from a young ballerina who was battling an eating disorder to a gentleman in his mid 80s and many levels in between.
As a busy Mom, Tiki knows how challenging it can be to wear many different hats! Tiki and her husband William McIntyre are both Realtors with Coldwell Banker TEC and work together as a partnership assisting clients in reaching their Real Estate goals. After the Super-Typhoon Haiyan devastated the Estancia area in the Philippines they created with their friends NOLA LOVES The PHILIPPINES fundraiser event to raise money for the victims. Together with their friends they raised $75,000, which was used to buy 100 fishing boats and corrals and created a boat co-op for the residents of Estancia. The group saw this as a way to ‘pay it forward’ for all the assistance New Orleans received after Hurricane Katrina. As a result of their hard work they were awarded Coldwell Banker’s Hero of the Year Award at the Gen Blue National Convention.
As a Member of the Circle Of Red for the American Heart Association’s GO RED FOR WOMEN, Tiki shows her dedication for the women of New Orleans. Go Red For Women® is the American Heart Association’s movement to raise awareness and advocate for more research so that women can live longer healthier lives, free from heart disease and stroke.
After studying Kinesiology, Nutrition, Marketing and Management at LSU, she did an internship in Baton Rouge at the Lake Health Center Gym of Our Lady of The Lake Hospital. Following that she worked at Woman’s Fitness Center of Woman’s Hospital in Baton Rouge. Working with special populations in both of these hospital fitness centers proved to be both challenging and very rewarding.READ TESTIMONIALS