I became a Diet Elimination Coach Level 1. The Elimination Diet is a step by step guide on how you can prevent disease and increase your health and well being by removing stressers, allergins and toxins from your diet and staying hydrated. Allowing you to kick start fat loss.
New and existing clients already feeling the benefits!
I was amongst the fist to become a qualified Unite Instructor.
- Fusion of Yoga,Pilates and Body Conditioning
- Mixes power, strength, posture and grace to achieve stunning results
- Perfect for all ages and abililities focusing on the champion in you
My personal clients and CardioTone participants have been enjoying the wonderful results you can achieve from this. See testimonials page.
Freestyle Fitness Yoga
I obtained Freestyle Fitness Yoga (F.F.Y) qualification.
- Incorporates deep stretch, Yoga and Pilates exercises
- Every element is validated from a fitness prospective
- Improve flexibility within 8 weeks
- Learn how to identify the bodies stabilising muscles and use them effectively and efficiently to improve posture and move with confidence
5th CardioTone course starting
My next 6 week course of Laxey CardioTone classes will start on 8th September for Thursday evenings and 12th September for Monday evenings. For more details please go to my Classes page.
My first 6 week course of CardioTone classes starts 17th January at the Laxey Working Men's Institute. The class is split between 40 minutes of energising Cardio exercises and 20 minutes of Fitness Pilates.
Attended Storm Fitness Kettlebell Tour which gave me the tools and knowledge to safely and effectively instruct Kettlebell exercises. For more details please go to my Kettlebell page.
|My husband Alan, our daughter Lucy and I often go out on country walks with our dog. So we thought ‘how hard could the End to End be’! We knew we were unprepared once we got to the start line. I hadn’t walked for longer than 3 hours in my life! We joined our friend Emma and the three of us set off on our way.
Alan made it to just outside Peel. Thankfully my client Mark had insisted on being a support car! Emma and I then set ourselves the goal of completing the 39 miles in less than 9 hours. So we picked up the pace.
Once we got past Dalby and up to the Sloc road my body was protesting in every way possible. I now had to rely on my mental strength. The support I was getting from Emma, Alan and Mark was invaluable and kept me going! We completed the 39 miles in 8hours 57mins and were positioned joint first in our category
During the hard bits I kept thinking of the quote I had once heard - ‘Your mind gives up before your body!’