Angela Yochum, MEd

Founder, GFIT Education

Angela has two decades of industry experience as an ACE Certified Group Fitness Instructor, Director, and Mentor, plus 16 years as a classroom teacher of English and PE. As a teacher at heart, she brings fitness and education together, striving for excellence in the fitness industry. She founded GFIT Education, LLC., to offer more learning opportunities for instructors. On college campuses in the Northwest, she leads cueing workshops, plus teaches group-fitness instructor training programs as partnered with ACE. With a passion for group fitness and education, coupled with Master's in Education, Angela is a staunch advocate for continuing education and career development.

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