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Hello

Hello

I am a self-employed Specialist Personal Trainer, working with people living with a range of health-affecting chronic conditions to help improve their health, lifestyle and well-being.

Read what my clients say HERE.

Since qualifying as an Exercise Referral PT in Aug 2014, I have worked with private clients; with gym-based clients; and also on the Active for Health Exercise Referral Scheme in Rotherham, South Yorkshire.  I am currently doing a PhD at Huddersfield University, researching Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS), physical health, emotional wellbeing, and exercise.

My other work involvements currently include:

  • Teacher & Assessor for Envisage Fitness
  • University guest lecturer
  • Researcher in obesity & mental health issues
  • Conference & seminar speaker
  • UK Champion for the Obesity Empowerment Network
  • Soon-to-be book author!! (watch this space…)
  • Member of Assoc for the Study of Obesity (ASO)
  • Member of Diabetes UK
Personal Training

Personal Training

As a Personal Trainer qualified in Exercise Referral, I work with fit and healthy clients, and also those who have the following conditions:

Obesity, Overweight
Diabetes,
High Blood Pressure,
High Cholesterol,
Osteoporosis,
Depression,
Asthma,
Stress,
Anxiety,
Rheumatoid Arthritis,
Osteoarthritis,
COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease),
CHD (Coronary Heart Disease),
Joint Replacements,
Low Back Pain.

For help to improve your health, fitness and general well-being, get in touch!

 

News & Views

News & Views

As I am currently on Day 26 of Isolation due to COVID-19 (tho thankfully not infected), I have written a blog article about my journey with PCOS and exercise.  At the end of the article, there is a link to a blog article which I’ve written for Verity UK, the National PCOS charity, giving you some specific fun activities to do to get your heart rate up a bit, and some stretches to improve your posture if you’re WFH.