Holistic Personal Training

: Healthy Body, Healthy Mind

The key to achieving LONG term weight loss, restful sleep, freedom from cravings and disease is to set your sights in what I term DEEP Health. Deep Health is not just the appearance of health, it is having a relationship with your body where you know what happiness is for you, you eat because you love your food, you sleep well at night through peace of mind, you have abundance of energy to share with friends and family.

Exercise is no longer another job on the to do list, you exercise not based on some “gurus” absolute program but because you feel the exercise is complementing all of the above. (Remember fitness and health are not synonymous, you can appear very fit but at the same time have osteoarthritis, adrenal exhaustion, brain fog, lack of sex drive, poor skin, digestive irregularities, the list goes on…

Through the process of holistic personal training we will together create a blueprint for Deep health in your life. Our Personal training can be partaken 1-1, with a friend or in a group (max 4) depending on specific requirements. The sessions are done in a private gym studio.

When you are inspired by some great purpose, some extraordinary project, all your thoughts break their bonds: Your mind transcends limitations, your consciousness expands in every direction, and you find yourself in a new, great and wonderful world. Dormant forces, faculties and talents become alive, and you discover yourself to be a greater person by far than you ever dreamed yourself to be. Patanjali


Step 1


My belief is that the root cause of all disease, addiction, obesity is un-met needs. By taking you through a series of questionnaires, we will explore areas such as

  • Metabolism and digestive health
  • Meal timing relating to daily Energy Flow
  • Current overall stress profile relating to the 7 chakra’s
  • Sleep quality and active rest
  • Quality of Food
  • Your individual Metabolic Type

Step 2


From There we will go through base physical health parameters to determine suitability for prescriptive excercise.

  • Blood Pressure
  • Body Temperature
  • Peak Flow Height & Weight
  • Waist to Hip Ratio
  • Body Fat %

Step 3


The final part of assessment involves completing a FMS or SFMA depending on client’s goals or postural challenges. This begins to identify areas of weakness, tightness, compensatory behaviours and left/right asymmetry’s.