What does the word Fitness mean? To me, it’s helping you become your best self. As a Personal Trainer and Coach I work with clients to help them become stronger, fitter and healthier so that they are active and have the ability to do the things they love to do. Two of the main groups I work with are perimenopausal / menopausal women, and men and women who are 60+ years.  I coach people from all backgrounds ranging from beginners (someone who has never done strength and conditioning training) to advanced.  Each training programme is tailored to the individual’s needs and ability. Your muscles will become more flexible, your joints more resilient, and your bones stronger.

Helping You Achieve Your Goals

My job is to work with you to develop the ability to do the things you love to do, be it:

  • Walking in the park
  • Playing a round of golf
  • Hiking up a mountain
  • Moving easily on the tennis court
  • Swimming in the sea
  • Going on a bike ride
  • Training at home, outdoors or your local fitness centre


The important thing is that you can do any of these things without struggling or acquiring an injury. I do this by:

1 – Meeting with you to define your goals and aspirations

2 – Assessing your current abilities including your mobility and flexibility

3 – Developing a programme that will help you reach your full physical ability

4 – Providing support to you as you put the plan into place

I work with clients in small groups and also offer one-to-one sessions.
The one-to-one sessions are where the Personal Training comes in. As a qualified Personal Trainer, I will be tailoring the training to your specific goals. The benefit of Personal Training is that it often helps clients achieve their goals faster as the training session is focused solely on the client’s requirements.