Welcome to Soul Trainer, like many other fitness professionals I was inspired to help others with their health and fitness goals as I too had my own physical and mental struggles surrounding weight and image, then thrown into the mix is Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) and many of its negative side effects, all this has spurred me to take control of my own health in the hope that I could one day share my experiences and knowledge to help others, like you, in their personal health and fitness journey to reach their full potential.
As well as being a personal trainer with over 10 years of experience, with qualifications in nutrition, weight loss & gain, muscle gain, pre and post-natal pregnancy and much more, my love is teaching. I am qualified to teach variety of group exercise classes but my passion is indoor cycling, and as such I have recently embarked on a new journey to choreograph and deliver an at home, stationary bike programme/class called Cadence. Every person is an individual with different goals, needs and abilities. Cadence is a programme/class for everyone, which includes new/beginners, busy/time constrained and the well versed/intermediate. All you need is an indoor stationary bike, an open mind and a willingness to try your best.

I love the health and fitness world and love helping people. I want to pack my site with as much helpful information as I can (as much as being a mum allows) to hopefully help someone out there.

Please feel free to reach out to me on my contact page. I would especially like to hear from females who also have PCOS to hear your stories. Also if there are any budding writers/bloggers out there who would like to write something for my site please get in touch, obviously you would be credited for your work. Even if you just want to write how you are feeling as sharing your stories do help other people feel like their not alone

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