VIDA is proud to provide exceptional customer service through experienced industry professionals who truly enjoy interacting with our fun and energetic membership base. Please contact any of the managers from the management team below with your questions and suggestions.
Jessica was raised in Maryland by a sport driven and active family. She discovered her passion for the gym while playing collegiate softball at Shippensburg University. In 2016, she graduated with a degree in Exercise Science and coaching. Following college, she began teaching classes in both larger clubs and small studios, while also coaching local youth softball. Her background sparked an interest in the operational side, which led to developing skills as a Community Ambassador and Assistant Manager. Jessica lives for the beach, sports, power lifting, and of course family.
Personal Training Manager
Amanda is a National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) certified personal trainer and VIDA Master Trainer with over a decade of experience. Several years ago, Amanda rebuilt her own life and reclaimed her physical and mental health through a commitment to fitness and movement. After experiencing her own transformation, she decided to dedicate her life to helping others do the same. She believes that working out should be a fun and joyful expression of self-love. Depending on a client’s needs, Amanda brings a wide variety of specialties to her sessions including Strength Training, Women’s Fitness, HIIT, Barre and Yoga. Amanda is also a devoted long distance runner. When she’s not in the gym, you can find her meditating, hanging out with her rescue dog Gordon and dancing as much as possible.
Group Program Manager
Chris has been with VIDA since 2014 when he joined the team as Group Program Manager at the Yards. While originally a yoga instructor, he now teaches Group Fitness, Pilates, cycle, and Sweatbox classes and is a NASM certified Personal Trainer. In addition to keeping the body fit, he believes the power and energy created during a group fitness class can build community, relieve stress, and even has the potential to heal.