Go-To Song Scream and Shout... yeah, I know :-)
Secret Indulge Licorice and fuzzy peaches
Passion Exercise and encouraging others to find their strength
Words To Live By "What we put our focus on we give power to."

Cheya is a wife and mother of four who has a huge desire to share her love of fitness. She is a BCRPA certified personal trainer, weight trainer, and group fitness instructor. Encouraging people to find self confidence and to train their bodies to their limit is what motivates her. Cheya believes that hard work and a focused mind will pay of in the end and her passion for fitness shows in and with anyone she works with. In her spare time she can be found running, agility and strength training, and most importantly, cheering on her family in all of their sporting events.

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