I am championing a fresh approach to fitness and “exercise” based on recent research. It focuses on an active lifestyle rather than just a training plan. It allows for all different kinds of body movement and body types, and most excitingly for me, it places the emphasis on mental wellbeing and how people feel – not looks or performance numbers.
Have you noticed that wellbeing is often seen as a gentle approach to life, and fitness as more vigorous?I think it comes from sport being perceived as the domain of men.Even with our modern thinking in 2020, such ideas persist in our culture, and not just in the elite sporting world. Amateur sports clubs tend to be…… Continue reading What do Wellbeing and Fitness Have in Common?
Whilst there’s always unscrupulous money grabbers, in every industry, the truth is that most people choose to work in health and fitness because they love to support and inspire people to live healthier and happier lives. Yes it’s a business, but it’s also a business striving to make a positive impact in the world.
What if we were to approach winter a little more mindfully and give ourselves some self-nurturing during the festive season?
Why I left my Corporate Career to Help Women Exercise? Back in 2016 I attended a women-only Wellbeing Retreat for the first time. It was my recovery strategy for the burnout I was suffering, as a result of trying to “have it all” and “do it all”. Whilst I was there I came to realise…… Continue reading Unlocking Female Energy through Physical Activity