Hi I'm Beth
I’m a personal trainer & coach specialising in pelvic health and post-natal recovery
I combine mindset and movement coaching to help women with pelvic floor/core issues get stronger and more confident so they can get back to the exercise they love and live an awesome life
Hi, I’m Beth and I’m a personal trainer and nutrition coach in Leamington Spa, Warwickshire.
I help women experiencing pelvic floor/ core issues (such as leaking, prolapse and diastasis) get stronger and more confident so they can get back to the exercise they love.
I bridge the gap between core and pelvic floor rehab and the active life they desire, by incorporating physical training and mindset coaching.
I offer specialist coaching and 1-2-1 programmes for the following:
- Women experiencing pelvic health issues such as pelvic organ prolapse or leaking and who want to get back to the exercise they love
- Women who would like support recovering from hysterectomy and returning to their active life
- Women who want to heal and improve their diastasis (regardless of how long ago they gave birth)
- Post natal women who want to return to exercise confidently post baby
For so many women, exercise gives them the tick in the box for both their mental and physical health. Sometimes their pelvic / core health (such as leaking, pelvic organ prolapse or tummy separation) can be a real blocker to that. Whether it’s post baby, menopause or abdominal surgery such as C-section or Hysterectomy, it can be confusing to know just how to start the journey back to what they love.
The internet is full of “safe” or “unsafe” exercises or magic programmes but ultimately improving core/pelvic floor health comes from training (or retraining) the muscles of the core, as well as strengthening the whole body plus nutrition and lifestyle.
This beyond kegels approach incorporates movement, breathing techniques and mindset training to ensure you not only get stronger and more capable but more confident to get back to, and keep doing the exercise you love without worrying about your core or pelvic floor.