Empowering Women to Enjoy Movement

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About Me

Hi, my name is Carole.  I have worked as a Personal Trainer for many years, with a wide variety of people. 

I have often felt, that I don’t fit in… but it is for a good reason.

I don’t believe in working towards a stylised vision of physical perfection, with a no pain no gain attitude, as many personal trainers do. I think this creates an environment of negative self-image and exclusion.

I do believe in finding pleasure in movement and eating good food. I believe in living well because of how it makes you feel and not to get a six-pack.

I have learned that the focus should always be on enjoyment. Learning to enjoy movement and being active is the best way to kick-start positive change, towards a healthy and balanced life.


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At Enjoy Training, I can help you to…


  • Enjoy Movement – embrace movement, how it makes you feel and how it energises you
  • Enjoy Outdoors – enjoy nature and the positive impact it has on mental well-being
  • Enjoy Balance – forget good and bad, enjoy the diversity that life offers
  • Enjoy Inclusivity – movement is for everybody, and no one should feel they don’t ‘fit’
  • Enjoy Feeling it – embrace feeling good, being energised and enjoying what makes you feel good
  • Enjoy Real Food – lots of plant-based foods, no food group exclusions or useless supplements

The formal stuff

I am a REPs Level 3 Personal Trainer and Advanced Instructor, with seven years of experience as a trainer and coach, helping people make positive changes to their health and wellbeing.

I specialise in the following areas:

  • Exercise, nutrition and weight management
  • Coaching behaviour change – specifically related to food and exercise
  • Client psychology and motivation
  • GP referrals – working with special populations (obesity, diabetes, depression, anxiety, osteoporosis, hypertension, arthritis, back pain, COPD, hypercholesterolemia)
  • Ricky Hatton Boxing for Fitness Instructor
  • Pre-natal and post-natal exercise
  • Childhood nutrition and obesity
  • Sports nutrition
  • ViPR (loaded movement training)
  • First aid qualified