After originally training as a professional dancer at London Contemporary Dance School, The Place, I was unfortunately injured out. No longer able to pursue a career in dance, I completed an undergraduate History degree at King's College London whilst simultaneously qualifying and starting my career as a Personal Trainer.
My dance background has continued to shape my approach to health, fitness, and nutrition, alongside my experience as a trainer, teaching at studios across London, such as F45, Frame and Adidas, and with in-person and online coaching clients.
Continuing my professional learning, I will also become an MNU Certified Nutritionist (Nov '19) and Ante & Post Natal Qualified (Dec '19) this year.
With so much misinformation, diet fads and so-called 'quick fixes' within the health & fitness industry, it is no wonder that many people don't know the first place to start when trying to reach their goals - I aim to eliminate the confusion for my clients.
Through both nutrition and training, I hope to teach my clients the principles and tools they need to reach and maintain their goals, and live a healthier and happier life!
This is not a 'one size fits all' approach and, whether it is in your nutrition or training, ensure we find what works for you long term.
I believe that a consistent, holistic, and balanced approach is the key to reaching your health and fitness goals. Ultimately, health and fitness should make your life BETTER not BORING, so ditch the diet, ignore the fads, and get working with me.