Growing up in the type of family who enter you into a rowing competition age two, has given me a lifelong passion for sport.
After graduating from Loughborough University with a Master’s in Sport and Exercise Psychology, I identified a group currently neglected by the fitness world. People diagnosed with cancer could experience enormous benefit from exercise programmes, delaying disease progression and managing symptoms and side effects.
Having spent eighteen months rehabilitating cancer patients at a London exercise clinic, I have cemented a long-standing belief:
“Exercise is a medicine and if it were a pill, it would be prescribed to everyone”.
And although with exercise there is no one size fits all approach, Bounce Back shows there is something for everyone.
I have now expanded my work to deliver exercise programmes for people with neurological disease, supporting those with Parkinson’s and MS experience the benefits of exercise.
- MSc Sport and Exercise Psychology, Loughborough University
- BSc Psychology, Loughborough University
- Level 4 Exercise for Long Term Neurological Conditions
- Level 4 Cancer and Exercise Rehabilitation, CanRehab
- Level 3 Personal Trainer, The Academy of Fitness Professionals
- First aid qualified
- 18 months working for a London Clinic specialising in Exercise for cancer patients.