A little about me...
The role of nutrition and movement in promoting health and wellbeing has been a source of constant fascination and curiosity, throughout my adult life. This curiosity lead me from the North-West of England to Loughborough University, where I graduated with a First Class Honours degree in Sports Science in 1998. I then worked at Loughborough University for a short time, supporting the British Heart Foundation’s “Jump Rope for Heart” campaign.
It wasn’t too long before London started calling; the bright lights, the excitement, my now husband and a brand new career in Healthcare PR and Communications. During my 14-year career, I enjoyed so many incredible experiences that took me all over the world, working for the world’s largest pharmaceutical companies. Not only was this great corporate experience, but it was also great life experience and now enables me to understand the needs of those clients who are balancing busy work and home lives.
Throughout this time, the fascination with health and fitness continued. After the birth of two of my children, Sofia and Nate, I completed my Level 3 Award in personal Training and worked as a freelance trainer, specialising in Pre and Post-Natal Fitness. The passion grew and shortly after Hadley, my third child came on the scene, I completed an MSc in Personalised Nutrition from Middlesex University.
Currently, I work with clients from all walks of life to help them achieve their health and wellbeing goals. Lifelong learning and self improvement is extremely important to me and I have recently completed a number of additional qualifications to enhance the support I can provide my clients, including the Mindfulness-Based Eating Awareness (MB-EAT) Practitioner Training and EIQ Nutrition.
How can I help you?
BSc (Hons) Physical Education & Sports Science, Loughborough University
Level 4 Personal Training, FutureFit
MSc Personalised Nutrition, Middlesex University
Mindfulness-Based Eating Awareness (MB-EAT) Practitioner Training
EIQ Nutrition Certification
My 40-something years on this planet means that I can draw on a variety of life experiences. I understand what it’s like to work a 50-hour week, how it feels to function on 3 hours sleep with a teething baby.
I recognise (all too well!) the challenges of living with a teenager, the impact of living with chronic illness and I also know what it takes to adapt to living in a peri-menopausal body (amongst other things!).
I believe that my unique lived experience, together with my academic and professional qualifications in the fields of Nutrition, Science and Coaching, leave me well-placed to support you on your personal journey to improved health, wellbeing and happiness.