Whatever a person’s age, fitness level or fitness goal, everyone will benefit from being assessed, guided and coached, to gain the best from their training.
Personal training should be prescriptive and completely individual, designed to look at an individual’s body and breakdown it’s requirements, then build it up to function at it’s optimum.
Movement is natural and unconscious for most of us, however a heightened awareness of the body is, and should, be fundamental to everyone. You don’t need to be going to the gym or training for a sport to require personal training to improve your life now and in the future.
The body has to work as a unit, so during assessment an individual has their movement (from head to feet and hands in between) broken down and evaluated. Any impaired movement or weakness can affect other parts of the body and make it a less efficient machine.
Our personal trainers work from our clinic studio, with equipment such as TRX, medicine balls, weights and fitballs.
Katie Brighton-Jones utilises the lasted ideas in training, combined with her experienced approach to create an individual style of teaching. Where patients are referred for rehabilitation and progression by our other medical professionals within the clinic our personal trainer remains in constant communication with that therapist, creating continuity of care and a truly unique offering.
Katie also offers nutritional advice and is up to date with all the latest information. She can advise clients on optimal sports nutrition as well as weight lose and improving general diet.
She is trained as a Rossiter System practitioner and offers this popular treatment at the clinic.
- 60 min Personal Training one to one session – £45
- 60 min Personal Training two to one session – £60