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Stormy Beach

My Story

I've worked in the fitness industry for the past 12 years.  I love exercise!  It keeps me fit, increases my energy levels and makes me feel happy.  I love being part of a fitness community and get a real buzz from teaching classes and seeing everyone enjoying working out together.

I have, however, become a little bit disheartened over the last few years with the fitness industry as a whole.  There is so much emphasis on body image and pressure on people to look or workout in a certain way.  I was sucked into this too and felt like I was constantly trying to out train a bad diet.  I bought one book after another and tried a number of different fad diets in my search for a quick fix!

Towards the end of 2019 I felt like I was stuck in a rut.  I started feeling overwhelmed with life.  I had feelings of self doubt and failure.  My family usually joke about how laid back I am so this was strange territory to be in!  I was worrying about things that didn't really matter and life was passing me by.

At the start of 2020 I decided things were going to be different (I didn't realise quite how different).  I was keen to do something new.  I wanted to break the cycle of old habits and start living life to the full.

When I came across the International Association of Wellness Professionals (IAWP) I felt an instant connection.  Their philosophy is that we need to take a holistic approach to our health - that every aspect of our lives can effect our health and wellbeing - and that we are all unique so there is not one fix for all.

My purpose as a wellness coach is to guide, support and encourage clients to make positive long lasting changes so that they can create a happier and healthier life.

The definition of "to get one's mojo back" is to regain one's confidence, energy or enthusiasm, especially coinciding with a resurgence in one's success.  My goal is that all my clients will get their mojo back!!

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