I started my career in health and fitness 10 years ago, with an interest in Sports injury and Rehabilitation. Not wanting to box myself in, I decided to study Sports and Exercise Science at university to give myself a well rounded base of knowledge. I then wanted to put my expertise to effective use, so I decided to complete my Personal Trainers qualification in 2016. Since then, I have since become accredited by the American College of Sports Medicine as an Exercise Physiologist, gained my Master’s Degree in Sports Management, become a Corrective Exercise Specialist and a Pain Free Performance Specialist.
Apart from my keen interest in health and fitness, I genuinely enjoy helping people. Any lifestyle change can be daunting (breaking years of habits isn’t always easy), but I thoroughly enjoy seeing the positive changes that clients go through during their time with me.
Walking into a gym for the first time can be a daunting experience, especially when you’re not sure where to start! That’s why I use a private studio space with my clients, to ensure that they feel comfortable and at ease with their surroundings.
If you feel like you’re at the bottom of a steep hill, needing a push to get to the top; then you’re not the only one. Sometimes you just need that helping hand to motivate, inspire and guide you to where you want to be.