My fitness journey started in 2010 when I was a stay at home mum to my then 2yo son. I became completely hooked to training at home and cooking healthy dishes daily. My energy levels changed almost overnight and people were noticing that I had found purpose, which made me want to spread this positive energy far and wide and to get others hooked on health and fitness.
For the first few years I was a passionate Group Exercise instructor, which was a lot of fun and I met so many fantastic people. Surprisingly, I soon felt that I wasn’t reaching my full potential, so I got my nose back in books and became a Personal Trainer in 2013. After a few years of trying to juggle both classes and PT, I switched all my attention to Personal Training. I enjoy being able to work 1:1 with people as it creates a safe space for the individual and allows me to focus on every single detail about their training and nutrition.
I am also a L4 MRSPH Nutritionist and I specialise in Nutrition for Sports & Exercise and Weight Loss. I have completed a variety of Nutrition for Special Populations courses including but not limited to: Food Allergies & Intolerances, Pre and Post Natal nutrition, Childhood nutrition, Behaviour Coaching, Nutrition for Older Adults, Vegans/Vegetarians and Plant Based Diets. I create and adjust recipes to help people find sustainable lifestyles that are free of restrictions.
Given that working with weights is the fastest way to assist people with both getting stronger and lose weight, I have made resistance training my centre of focus. With that said, I always tailor the training sessions to my clients’ goals. In addition to those who train for a healthy long life, I have a high number of clients who have come to me for help with corrective exercise post-injury, post-surgery and post-stroke. I consider myself very lucky to be able to really make a difference in so many people’s lives and I can’t wait to meet many more of you and help you on your road to your goals.