Working with my passion as a personal trainer & sports masseuse.

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Essentially I would call myself a trainer and a lifestyle coach, but this has developed over years of learning from some of the best trainers, osteopaths, physios, doctors and lecturers in the industry.

I started by teaching group fitness in gyms and schools and grew this into a private personal training and sports massage business.  
Coming from a farming family, working hard is something that you just do, and this important value was innate when it came to hockey. I loved being part of a team, learning new skills, improving my physical and tactical performance and winning was pretty awesome too. 

Being part of the Junior England Under 16 & Under 18 hockey squads gave me an insight into how we can improve our health, fitness and performance. When my aunty told me I could actually have a job in the field of fitness, the idea of PE teaching took a backseat.  The real turning point though, came about a year after university. Having played three years of relaxed hockey, I made a plan to go out to Sydney to play hockey for six months and live the Australian dream. I was so excited. Unfortunately, two months before I was due to fly out, that dream was crushed. Whilst playing a pre-­season hockey tournament, I ruptured my right anterior cruciate ligament. The next eighteen months from pre to post operation were a real challenge. I lost all confidence and direction. I feel sorry for my parents at that time, as I was far from pleasant to be around!

However, it was through my rehabilitation that my interest in personal training was born. So off I went to Spain, having booked a course to complete my personal training qualifications.  During my recovery, I had so much support from my family and friends. This helped me enormously, and with their help, I got myself through it.  Now I instil this self-­belief into my personal training clients. I am there every step of the way with help and support in relation to a client’s health and fitness.

Mission Statement

To create an inclusive health and fitness community, supporting individuals to improve their physical and mental wellbeing. Leading them to grow in self-­confidence and strength.  ‘The secret of change is to focus all of your energy, not on fighting the old but on building the new’ Socrates



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Suffolk, UK

Sports Science
St Marys University Twickenham July 2007
  • Personal Training
  • Massage Therapy
  • Strength
  • Conditioning
  • Lifestyle Coach


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