Meet Our Coaches
CEO/Head Coach/Personal Trainer
Lacey spent nearly 10 years as an Exercise Specialist in local physical therapy clinics, teaching people exercises to assist in their injury recovery and get them back into top shape. When she wasn't in the clinic rehabbing patients, she was busy training high-level athletes all around the world.
Lacey now specializes her personal training in injury management and recovery working with humans from all backgrounds with a variety of athletic and life experiences helping them perform to their best ability.
Lacey has two bachelor's degrees from Eastern Washington University in Exercise Science and Communications.
Rock Steady Coach
Christie started her health and fitness journey as a young teenager, studying Martial Arts with her family and tagging along with her mom, “learning the ropes” at the gym. She achieved her certification as a Group Fitness Instructor almost two decades ago and shortly after earned her credential as a Certified Personal Trainer.
Christie combines her knowledge of fitness, with her passion for people. She encourages her students to challenge themselves with the ferocity of a warrior while they attack their workout, while also having fun and being humble enough to laugh at themselves along the way.
Christie believes we should embrace the things that we’re tempted to shy away from because leaning-in when something feels really challenging or takes us out of our comfort zone, often presents us with opportunities to grow stronger; both in the gym and in life!
COO/Head Coach/Personal Trainer
LaRae is a lifetime dancer, from jazz to tap. Years ago LaRae took a Zumba® Fitness class at the suggestion of a friend and was hooked! Since becoming a Zumba Fitness instructor in 2011, LaRae has been inspired to learn and grow in her new profession, sharing health and wellness. She has become an AFAA certified Personal Fitness Trainer, Group Exercise Instructor and a Rock Steady Boxing Certified Coach.
LaRae works with clients with various goals ranging from stabilizing symptoms of Parkinson's Disease to dancers preparing for their next performance.