Tyra Olivas




Not all types and styles of exercise are for everyone, its that balance between fun and push that really makes a difference in achieving results. Just when I thought I had given up on exercise I knew it was time to try something new, sticking with this idea of try and try again helped me reverse my diagnosis of Hypothyroidism, a proactive approach was exactly the right attitude to have.


Associates of Occupational Study’s in Personal Training – Heritage Community College
Certified Personal Trainer – American Council on Exercise
CPR, First Aid, AED – American Heart Association

Background 10 plus years working with community recreation facilities. Enhancing recreational opportunities for community members for the investment of healthy physical habits within our neighbors near and far. Motor activities for ages 0-5. Water Safety Instruction and Exercise ages 6mo-80+. Arthritis Aqua Exercise Program for all ages suffering with debilitating arthritic symptoms. Fitness Training since 2008 ages 11 on up, includes sport strength and conditioning, aerobic conditioning, boot camps and cardio kickboxing as well as Zumba.

Interests The Rocky Mountains with family and friends and many seasonal activities related. I enjoy dancing, weight lifting, sports conditioning in basketball, volleyball, skiing, entertaining television series such as S.O.A and lounging on a big comfy couch.