Personal Training. Get seriously fit. If you want results then you have to know what you are doing – that’s where I can help. I have been training people for nearly 10 years now, and I know how to get you fit, strong and healthy in the most efficient way.
Exercise Therapy. This includes rehabilitation and prehabilitation. This is for people who have an existing functional deficit that needs to be addressed in order to achieve anatomically correct and pain free functionality, and for anyone wanting to address latent issues that may be a problem when wanting to begin regular exercise.
Exercise as medicine. Exercise is a powerful way to prevent chronic disease, and it is also an incredible therapy if disease does strike. I am a genetic cancer survivor and I used exercise as an effective component of my treatment. I have also successfully helped people with diabetes, high blood pressue, CVD and post op recovery. I also do pre-surgery and post-surgery exercise and nutrition programs that improve recovery times significantly.
Nutrition Coaching. As a certified nutritionist I have a special interest in helping people understand the logic of healthy eating. Many people have a reasonable understanding of food – whole foods vs processed foods for example – but there are important aspects of good nutrition that get lost in the noise. As the saying goes ‘you don’t know what you don’t know’ and therein lay the problem I solve. I also have a particular interest in food sensitivities and how food affects not just health and bodyweight, but also mood and energy.
Wellness Coaching. This is a process of strategy development – of finding the issues that block progress, and finding ways to make good health happen. The art of healthy living is to make it natural – to make good choices habitual. This is not therapy, it is a process that enables you to articulate your own strategies for the results that you want.