Beth is a leading women’s fitness and nutrition coach with 7 years of experience helping clients reach their goals.
In 2013, Beth left the corporate world and took a leap of faith to pursue her dream of creating a fitness business with a twist, stamping her unique brand on it. It wasn’t about shouting at people to work harder, putting her clients through punishing workouts or placing them on restrictive diets but instead encouraging women to make small lifestyle changes, ones that made a huge difference to their physical and mental health.
Having already worked within the fitness industry, Beth saw how women’s needs were often underserved, and that they were encouraged to train hard regardless of their phase of life. Many trainers seemed to ignore a multitude of factors including pelvic health, sleep and stress patterns, menstrual cycles and sustainable nutrition.
Beth is passionate about pelvic / core health not being a barrier to the athletic life that clients so desperately want. She combines physical training and habit and mindset coaching to take women from anxious to athletic. She educates and supports women in building confidence and trust in their body so that they can run, lift weights and even jump on the trampoline without worrying. Over the past seven years, she has helped many women move on from their pelvic floor issues and lead a wonderfully active life again.
Of course, women are more than just their vaginas(!) and pelvic health is just one element of a woman’s health. Her vast knowledge of nutrition and how to apply it, plus in depth understanding of hormones and body image, means that Beth has a truly holistic approach.
Now as a 40 something mum of 2 young children, Beth has brought together her years of working with women across exercise, nutrition, intuitive eating and women’s health, to create a coaching business that truly meets the needs of women as they navigate their pelvic health and total wellbeing.
Beth is an ex-long distance runner who now prefers lifting weights or running up hills to hours pounding the pavement. She can often be found walking in forests with her two small people and her husband Chris, coffee and pastry in hand!