Are you ready to find the answers and support for any stage of your life
While a natural stage in every woman’s life, menopause can be one of the most stressful and tiring phases. Especially if it's something you don't
Not only does it come with unwanted symptoms such as hot flushes, mood swings, weight gain and more, for many ‘The Change’ also raises important questions about life.
The same diets, the same exercise you have always done, suddenly doesn’t work for you anymore. You feel overwhelmed by all the information available and just want straight forward answers.
Understanding how your body and mind changes during this time, knowing what you can do to have a positive impact and, by giving yourself time to explore and answer your mid-life questions, this, the next half of your life, really can be your best half.
My overall aim is to guide and empower you. Together we’ll set goals for you to go away and implement to build healthier habits and make sustainable changes that improve your health and happiness.
As a certified 3rd Age Woman Specialist Wellness Coach & Trainer for ‘perimenopausal & beyond females’ I can help you:
Balance your hormones with a healthy diet
Become more energised by doing the right exercise for you
Connect with who you are
learn what supplements to take and what you don't need
Benefit from restorative sleep
Boost your personal confidence
Grow stronger mentally, physically & spiritually
Break negative cycles & gain a fresh perspective
Feel more positive & rejuvenated
Celebrate the amazing woman that you are
Make the next half of your life, the best half
£60 Per Hour
Pre & Postnatal Coaching
Staying active during your pregnancy has multiple benefits from improving your physical health, the health of your growing baby and decreasing the chances of complicated labour, to name just a few. Prenatal personal training takes all the guesswork out of what exercises you can and can't do and what is exactly right for you.
Not only will training help you stay as comfortable and pain free as possible with your growing bump, but also keep your core muscles healthy, keeping you stronger during your pregnancy and making recovery post-pregnancy easier.
Training your core-muscles the right way during pregnancy can help in many ways. Obviously the goal isn't to get defined abs, but having good core strength can help support your back and prevent pain.
Low-level tiredness can be an issue during the first trimester and later on in the third. The right amount of exercise can actually help to boost energy levels while also improving sleep quality.
Studies have consistently shown that being physically fit reduces the recovery time after labour, regardless of delivery method. So it's not too late to improve your health once you are pregnant.
Price £60 Per hr
Train the right way to get back to full-strength after pregnancy.
Your time is limited when you have a newborn, so make sure to train efficiently and effectively with our specialist team. Everyone is different so generic advice doesn't take your needs into account. All sessions are personalised to you.
Exercising after childbirth can be hugely beneficial in restoring strength to enable you to perform the demanding tasks required of a new mum. This can reduce aches and pains and help you move freely.
Making some time for yourself is crucial when you have a newborn. This can have an incredibly positive effect on your mental wellbeing.
Our post-natal personal training sessions are a great way to de-stress and boost your endorphin levels, while looking after your physical health.
The core and pelvic floor muscles require gradual training after the effort of carrying and delivering your baby. This helps to strengthen your back and reduce stress incontinence.
Price £60 Per hr
Breast Cancer Rehab Coaching
I am a qualified Breast Cancer Rehab Instructor, and you will be in the best possible hands.
Is exercise safe?
Exercise is not only safe, but it is now widely recommended that people who have cancer or who are recovering from treatment use exercise as part of their therapy.
There are many reasons to be active when you have cancer:
Treatment side effects including fatigue, lymphoedema, muscle loss, weight gain, bone density loss and many others can all be improved with exercise.
Exercise can help rebuild your confidence and manage anxiety and stress.
Getting fit BEFORE surgery or treatment can help you recover faster and have better outcomes.
Around 70% of people with cancer have surgery. It's vital to do post-op rehabilitation exercises as part of your recovery.
You may have many questions about what’s safe, how to exercise when having treatment or when to resume exercise after surgery. Even if you were very fit before your diagnosis and treatment, it can be a shock to discover how unfit you can become in a very short period of time.
Rehabilitation exercises will play an important part in the recovery process, to rebuild your body again and prevent injuries further down the line.
But it can be very difficult...
Many people feel vulnerable and low in confidence and this affects all aspects of your life. It’s also estimated that 70% of people undergoing cancer treatment suffer from fatigue. Research has shown that being active is the best treatment for ‘cancer related fatigue’.
Whatever your lifestyle and needs I can help you find strategies and ways to exercise that work best for you and your stage of treatment.
Before - During - After
I’m happy to work with you at any stage of your cancer treatment – before surgery or treatment, immediately post-surgery (within days of discharge), during treatment or at any time in the future during your recovery and stage of cancer treatment
There’s is a growing practice of ‘pre-habilitation’ to get people physically better prepared before they have surgery. You may find your Doctor wants you to exercise before you have major surgery as this can improve the outcomes and recovery.
During chemotherapy and radiotherapy, it is still possible to be active and it can help you manage some of the side effects of treatment. Even on days when you're fatigued, some gentle home based movements or a short walk can make you feel so much better.
If you’ve had surgery, you will need to do rehabilitation exercises for the area of your body that has been affected, this might be shoulder and chest exercises after breast cancer.