About jess

Personal trainer, online coach and Mum of two

jess is a proud supporter of the "healthy at any size" movement

Jess Is a Mum of two with a back ground in pilates and pre and post natal training. She has over 6 years experience in 1:1 women’s strength training, pregnancy and post natal care. Jess has an understanding approach to training, and doesn’t believe in “quick fixes”, but does believe in exercise that is results-driven and restorative.

She is committed to improving the daily habits, mental health and lifestyle of her clients. She aims to encourage longevity and a love of training to give all her clients lifelong and sustainable results.

As a Mum of two and business owner, Jess knows exactly how much of a struggle finding the time for self-care can be and she strongly believes that every person should know their bodies’ capabilities. She is committed to finding attainable ways for her clients to acheive their goals while still enjoying their life.

Jess can articulate exercise in a way that is easy to understand, and is skilful in exercise programming. Her years of experience and friendly nature will have you feeling right at home with training in no time. Jess is also a proud supporter of the “Healthy At Any Size Movement” and strongly advocates for equality and inclusion in fitness for all walks of life. 

qualifications

Certificate III & IV in Fitness

Mat Pilates Instructor

pre & Post Natal Exercise

Core & pelvic floor restoration

Kettlebell & Functional Movement

specialist areas

Beginner Strength Training For Women

Posture Correction & lower Back Pain

Core Stability Improvement

Mobility and flexibility improvement

Pre and post-natal care

Words from Jess

I became a Trainer after my own experience in becoming a mother. I had my first child, Ava, at just 19 and my second, Kye, when I was 24. I adored being a mother, yet I really struggled with weight loss, body image and pelvic floor dysfunction after my second baby. My body never “bounced back” and I couldn’t understand why I didn’t look like all the celebrity mothers in magazines.

I became obsessed with the scales, cut out entire food groups, exercised like crazy and ended up reaching my “goal size”. But the cost of reaching that size was that my relationship with food, my body and exercise were a mess. I couldn’t enjoy eating out, I felt hungry all the time and I had zero energy to enjoy being a mother. 

Skinny, yes. Healthy? Definitely not.

I knew that lifestyle wasn’t sustainable, and chose to move into something completely new- strength programming. As I could feel my body getting stronger, I learned I learned I needed to eat in a way that provided energy for lifting. I also stopped obsessing over my appearance and because of that I was able to start enjoying food again.

My perception of myself changed, and so did my views on what actually makes a body “healthy”. Learning to feel so confident through strength training is what got me wanting to be a Trainer. I was desperate to help other men and women build self-confidence and understand why the scales and clothing size only tell a tiny piece of a story.

I really look forward to connecting and working together.

Jess xx “

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