I am qualified as a personal trainer in 2015 after experiencing my own lifestyle change. During this time, I learned that I could make real changes to my overweight appearance through hard work, quite a bit of sweat and, most importantly, consistency. Crucially, I ended up loving strength and conditioning because of both its physical and mental benefits.
Through the years, I have continued my professional development with specialist courses and by working with expert coaches to ensure that my workout programmes are designed effectively and that my coaching is supported by the latest science. I have not only helped many clients to achieve their varied goals but, more importantly, to exceed their own expectations; from injury rehabilitation and building strength to losing weight and having a healthier body composition.
I am a huge believer that there is a strong connection between physical exercise and mental health. My ethos is not just about changing training routines – it’s also about rewiring bad habits to establish a new ‘normal’ and ensuring that nutritional needs are met in order to achieve real results. My sessions incorporate a variety of effective training methods, from the most advance lifts, such as Olympic Weight Lifting, to a more mindful and nurturing exercise programming, including Mat or Reformer Pilates.