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Personal Trainer and AMN Practitioner
-I’m not a ‘Get fit for summer’
-I’m a ‘Get fit for life’.
This is what I encourage with all my clients, after all your body is not just for summer! I work holistically, so finding out about every aspect of your lifestyle is key for me to be able to help you achieve optimal fitness and health. I’ll ask how you sleep? What your food choices tend to be? What your working environment is? How you choose to relax? I like to know as much as I can regarding everything that may impact your life and your quality of life, and this will help to get the lasting results we all want. If your reason for doing it becomes stronger than your struggle, this helps to keep you focused on the bigger picture! My role is to support and help you to become a stronger and healthier person, suggesting lifestyle changes if that’s what’s needed. I want you to experience how great your body can feel, and how amazing you will.
One life one body
I know we can’t control everything, but we can control more than you’d think. Complacency with our daily habits can be a slippery slope to our future (ill) health. All I want for everyone is what I want for myself, which is an independent, and healthy long life. Changing and improving has no upper age limit, It’s never too late. You’ll feel great from the moment you decide to really take care of your self.
What My Clients Say:
My work focuses on improving the communication between your brain and body.
The relationship between these two big players can sometimes break down, and these poor communications will impact how your body feels and slow down the speed of any recovery you may be going through.
Through my studies with the Academy of Applied Movement Neurology (AMN), I’m able to ‘evaluate and modulate neurological and bioelectrical circuits’. This results in highly eﬀective results when it comes to:
- All joint pain.
- Back pain
- Feeling of injury and pain.
- Movement restrictions.
- Loss of sensation.
- Jaw issues.
- Sleep issues.
For your body to function well and heal, it needs to be able to communicate with itself – AMN can help repair this dialogue.
Like any good relationship in life, good communication is key!
Combining Personal Training with Functional Neurology & AMN
What sets me apart from other trainers is my AMN skill set. I’ve learned how to interact with your body. I question the deeper systems through touching speciﬁc reﬂex points around your head and body.
It’s something thats needs to be experienced to really make sense of.
My aim is for your brain and deeper systems in your body to communicate as they should be, this in turn reduces compensation movement patterns, pain, and helps you to recover and become stronger.
I also utilise AMN therapy as a separate session when needed, for deep-rooted longer term physical issues you may be suﬀering with.
You’ll feel your body increase in strength, and any tightness and pain you’ve had will gradually improve.
What kind of Trainer am I?
I bring my Pt skills and AMN skills together during sessions to make sure your muscles are all ﬁring as they should be, as this is where injuries can occur if they’re not. I’m a functional trainer, and this means it’s more about movement patterns. I’ll mostly utilise your body weight to create the resistance. This style of training crosses over perfectly to keeping you strong for your day to day life. Importantly, it’s load bearing and this is needed for building strength in your bones, joints and muscles. Your mobility, coordination, balance and core strength will always be challenged in your sessions. Doing movement patterns that garner your full attention will give you a stronger body and more robust nervous system, meaning that you’ll be less prone to injuries occurring. It’s always great to throw in some varied equipment to mix things up a bit! So I like to involve Kettle bells, Resistance bands, TRX, Mb, anything that adds variety!
A Session In Progress
Frequently Asked Questions
What do I wear?
What you’d wear to see a physio is fine, just wear clothes you’re feel comfortable in!
Can I wear trainers?
Barefoot is good, or socks if you prefer.
Will it hurt?
No, it won’t hurt at all, I promise!
I’ll mainly be touching reflex points around your head, face, joints and muscles.
What do I need to bring?
Just water to drink, but it’s important to have eaten at least an hour before you arrive and be hydrated.
Is this like acupuncture?
No, not at all, completely pain free. My aim is to reduce and get rid of your pain!
Is this like physio?
I’m not a physio, although I do sometimes use physical testing methods.
How long does it take?
Each session lasts one hour, although you may need multiple sessions, similar to any other therapy.
What happens next?
I would want you to feel some kind of shift in how your body feels after the first session. You’ll feel your body get stronger over time.
WANT TO KNOW MORE?
If you are curious to find out more on how I can help you then please don’t hesitate to contact me for a friendly chat.