Meet your trainer:

Heidi LeFevre

About Me

Hi! I'm Heidi LeFevre. I like to travel the world, read, and explore the outdoors. I grew up in Las Vegas, Nevada, where I thoroughly enjoyed an active lifestyle. I was a dancer and cheerleader, and loved playing a variety of sports with friends for fun. I moved to Utah for college, and graduated in Dietetics at Brigham Young University. Dietetics focuses on helping people be healthier from a medical nutrition standpoint. I not only learned the basics of a healthy nutritional diet, but also how to help improve a person's quality of life after being diagnosed with a variety of diseases. I worked as a Health Coach at BYU Y-Be-Fit. I found my true passion later when I started working as a personal trainer at a gym in 2017. I was promoted to manage the Personal Training Department at the Provo location for VASA Fitness in 2019. When I had my first child, I decided to no longer work there full-time, and instead focused on the needs of my baby. I am so excited to continue training in a way that fits my family's needs and schedules now.

Education and Certifications

I am currently a Certified Functional Strength Coach. I have been trained in Functional Movement Screening, Athletic Training, and Pre/Post Natal Care. My favorite specialty to train in is pain recovery and pre/post natal care. I have helped clients with a variety of disorders and injuries, including but not limited to: plantar fasciitis, ankle sprains, ACL and meniscus tears, pelvic floor issues, diastasis recti, herniated or bulging disks, rotator cuff tears, carpal tunnel, and arthritis. I graduated with a Bachelors of Science in Dietetics from BYU, and utilize my knowledge gained there to help my clients with their nutrition goals.

Why I love This Job

"You mean I don't have to live in pain?" A client said this in our first session together. I couldn't believe that people just deal with pain, day after day, year after year. It affects every little part of your life. Whether it’s being able to sit on the toilet easily, or walk around a museum with your kids, your daily activities should not bring you pain. You have no idea how many times I have heard this question in a first session with a new client. Too many people think their pain is permanent. Too many people think surgery is their only option. Too many people don’t know that minor adjustments to how they move throughout the day can help them be able to live a normal life. If this is you or someone you know, PLEASE reach out to me! I want everyone to know that your life does not have to be defined by your pain. You are stronger than you think. Let’s get you to feel that way.