Keeping fit and being active has always been an important part of my life. My love of movement was sparked early on, where at age 3 I began taking lessons in dance. I continued training in dance, particularly classical ballet, all the way into my early adult life.
Over a period of almost 20 years, I remained disciplined in my practise, studied and sat for numerous practical and theoretical examinations, where I eventually become professionally accredited in Classical Ballet by the British Dance Association. Alongside dance, I participated in a wide variety of sports including swimming, soccer, tennis, trampolining and acrobatics. I became a first time gym member when I was 21 years old, and have not turned back since. Turning my own love of fitness into something I can now share and facilitate within others in my role as coach, is a decision that puts a smile on my face like no other!
As a coach I like to advocate a mindset about how training directly applies to all areas of life. So if you’re turning up to training with the mentality of it being ‘too hard’ and that you’re just going to give up on it, that mentality translates towards your job, relationships, and all other important aspects of your life. If you can build up the resilience, confidence and trust within yourself to be able to push through things and get a little bit uncomfortable, you will be amazed by how unstoppable you’re going to get in all other areas.
Bachelor of Education
Certificate III in Fitness
Certificate IV in Personal Training
Master Trainer Level 1 (Industry specific training in Kettle bells and Suspension Ropes), Australian Institute of Fitness
CrossFit Level 1 CrossFit Gymnastics Specialty Course
CrossFit Advanced Gymnastics Specialty Course
Strong Fit 'Principles and Philosophies of Training Seminar’
Teacher Accredited in Classical Ballet, British Dance Association
Senior First Aid & CPR