Six years ago, I changed careers from working in a busy corporate environment to becoming a personal trainer in London to pursue my passion to inspire others to lead a healthy lifestyle.
I believe there is an inseparable partnership between body and mind health. I will motivate you on your journey to attain your desired health goals through effective and fun personal training plans that will improve your fitness levels; advise on consuming wholesome foods to nourish your energy levels; and support you with compassion to increase your self-confidence and positive body image.
There are many moments that give me satisfaction about my job as a personal trainer. Using functional training and pilates to help clients to recover from injuries such as lower back pain and knee surgery. Watching those who have spent weeks in training complete a specific running event within their desired goal. Seeing weight loss body transformations, and sharing the joy in those who have come off medication for mental health or high blood pressure because of the positive effects of taking up exercise.
CPT in three words: Innovative, multi-disciplinary and energetic!
Agi - Female Personal Trainer
- REPs Level 3 Certified Personal Trainer
- Founder, Mentor and Company Director - Chelsea Personal Training Ltd
- STOTT Pilates Certified Instructor
- Level 3 GP Certified Exercise Referral
- National Register of Personal Trainers (NRPT)
- BSc Psychology, University of Leeds, Leeds
- MA HRM, Middlesex University, London
Area of proficiency
*Weight loss & toning
*Motivating, mentoring and coaching
*Pilates for injury rehabilitation
*Functional training using bodyweight, kettlebells, TRX, flex bands, gliders and more
- Porridge topped with a scoop of peanut butter, a handful of berries, sprinkled with cinnamon washed down with a pint of water and a cup of tea or coffee with a splash of milk!
- Push ups. The number of different ways to perform them with only body weight is seemingly endless!
"If we could give every individual the right amount of nourishment and exercise, not too little and not too much, we would have found the safest way to health." - Hippocrates