April Reichert

Prior to becoming a SuperSlow instructor, April held various public facing roles in the hospitality, real estate, and software industries. A natural trainer, she has a knack for connecting with clients to accomplish their physical transformations. “I am passionate about using correct form and proper technique (to prevent injury) in an encouraging environment. I believe that we all, regardless of our current conditioning, are able to achieve the goals that we set for ourselves.” In her free time, you’ll find her tapping into her creative energy by experimenting in the kitchen or working on her green thumb. She also enjoys practicing yoga, hiking local trails, impromptu beach trips and sharing time with friends and family. April supports Tri-Valley Animal Rescue and is a member of GNON (Girls Night Out Networking). She is passionate about animals. Along with her daughter, who is a veterinary technician, she has fostered numerous feral and abandoned kittens over the years before placing them for adoption through a local agency. Additionally, she is a community volunteer at the Sunol Agricultural Park in order to further her knowledge of gardening, sustainable farming, and land stewardship.

Certified Level I SuperSlow Zone® Instructor