Lisa is passionate about helping people in their later years of life become or stay active and maintain their independence. She completed a Senior Fitness Specialist qualification in 2019.
“It’s important to build a trusting relationship with my clients, and I like to get to know what motivates them and inspires them to move. I really enjoy discovering how improvements in fitness or mobility have helped them in their daily lives.”
Lisa has gained experience over the past 26 years working with clients suffering from various ailments such as multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s Disease, diabetes, chronic pain, hip and knee replacements, as well as helping people from teenagers up to the age of 90 improve well being and fitness or simply reduce pain.
Lisa has worked in health and fitness since 1990 after graduating with a BA Hons in Human Movement. She studied for a Masters in Exercise and Health Science and began personal training in 1993. She also gained The American Council on Exercise personal training qualification in which she re-certifies every two years by completing study hours and courses. Lisa sprinted competitively for 20 years, and now enjoys imparting relevant experience to clients wishing to increase running speed.
Nicole is a fun and energetic trainer working with clients of various abilities. She started her fitness career 9 years ago teaching spinning classes in South Africa, (where she is from), to help the mountain biking association she was part of to get racing fit.
Nicole comes from a dancing background and tries to incorporate things she’s learned as a ballet dancer into her personal training. She specialises in lower back injuries and caters her training around functionality, posture, balance and mobility whilst helping her clients reach their various specific needs. Alongside her Level 4 qualification in lower back pain, she has gained much experience in common injuries in the older clientele she had during her time as a freelance personal trainer in London, specifically, meniscus repair rehabilitation, hip bursitis, frozen shoulders and scoliosis.
Nicole is a neuroscience student with a keen interest for neuropsychology and mental health, she’s always tried to bring fitness and mental health together by volunteering in various associations to teach people how exercise can improve anxiety, stress, depression and self confidence encouraging both a healthy body as well as healthy mind.