I believe that happiness and optimum health are a combination of the physical and the mental. I use an holistic approach of helping my clients to improve their fitness levels and nutrition through exercise and diet, combined with improving their emotional well-being with the use of personal life coaching. I give my clients the choice of having either Personal Training, Massage Therapy or Life Coaching sessions with me, or a combination of both to allow for a more rounded approach to helping them on their journey to a healthier and happier life.
For more information, please call me on +44 7366 415 770.
As a Personal Trainer and Life Coach, my aim is to help people in their journey to a healthier lifestyle. Having a healthier lifestyle requires an holistic approach to improving various areas in your life. It can be quite daunting knowing that you want to become healthier, but do not know where to start. The services I offer are:
- Personal training (in the SouthWest London area)
- Remedial and Soft Tissue Therapy
- Personalised training programmes
- Personal Life Coaching
- A range of 3-day or 5-day EmmaHealthCleanse® detox smooothie plans
Growing up with a mother who was interested in nutrition meant that this interest rubbed off on me. I started taking a more active interest when I was 19. Over the years I had lived with stomach cramps, bowel problems and constantly feeling bloated. I put myself on a food trial to establish whether my nutrition was the cause, as nothing else made sense. My research led to IBS, for which most doctors prescribed a pill. As IBS is a digestive problem, I wanted to investigate a potential nutrition link.
Over a few months I eliminated dairy, wheat, sugar, spices and processed foods, and analysed how my body reacted. I felt better without dairy, wheat and sugar so I cut those out. My body revolted initially, and symptoms worsened before they improved, but now I live easily without these.
A few years later, in my twenties, some bowel issues arose. Because of our family history with colon cancer, I visited a specialist. The issues were work stress-related, but I was officially diagnosed with IBS. The specialist prescribed a pill. I asked why I needed a pill when I had been successfully controlling my IBS with nutrition. He had no logical answer. This experience has made me aware of the importance of listening to my body. I now frequently change my diet with how my body feels.
As a child, I was very active. I played tennis, did gymnastics and ran at weekends. In my mid-twenties, I took a more active interest in improving my lifestyle. I took up Powerlifting, Olympic Lifting and Strongman training. Following arthroscopies on both shoulders and both hips between October 2014 and March 2015, I switched my high impact training for Bodybuilding. In November 2015, I was able to return to Powerlifting and Strongman training. It is unlikely that I will be able to resume Olympic lifting. During my operation recoveries, I relied on nutrition to ensure that I didn’t lose too much muscle mass and remained healthy. I exercised according to my body’s capabilities. I had fairly easy recoveries thanks to my healthy lifestyle before the operations.
I have come to love nutrition and training. You wouldn’t give a car dirty petrol, knowing that it would eventually break down. The body is the same. We can’t feed ourselves food we know is bad for us, maintain a predominantly sedentary life, and still expect our bodies to perform.