About me

Healthy nutrition, an active lifestyle, and balanced well-being have always been important in my life. Since becoming a mother in 2015 I took the time to follow my passion and further my skills to become qualified in this industry. I have always had a genuine love and interest in helping others and making a difference in people’s lives, something my closest friends and family would attest to. This is how You First Well-being began.

My focus is to empower and support women of all ages to improve their overall well-being through a healthy mindset, body, and nutrition. We all lead busy lives in one way or another. Whether we are raising a family, juggling work, or generally on the go all the time. Regardless of how busy we are, the best quality gifts that we can ever give ourselves are attention and time.

I have always loved the saying “you cannot pour from an empty cup” and this is something I always live by. In order to do anything in your life to the best of your ability, you have to invest in your health and your well-being first and it’s never too late to start.

To find out how I can support you, please visit my health coaching page here for more information.

Aimee

Qualifications

Advanced Diploma in Nutrition and Weight Management. London, UK.
RSPH (The Royal Society for Public Health) Level 4 Award in Nutrition.

  • Nutrition and weight management
  • Client psychology and behavioural change coaching
  • Pre and Postnatal nutrition
  • Childhood nutrition and obesity prevention
  • Nutrition for sport and exercise
  • Advanced exercise and fitness instruction

Level 3 Personal Trainer

  • Advanced Anatomy & Physiology
  • Programming and coaching
  • Functional training
  • Exercising for fat loss
  • Circuit training
  • Advanced resistance training

Level 2 Mental Health & Well-being

  • Understanding mental well-being
  • Understanding the key conditions including Stress, Anxiety, Depression, Eating disorders, Bipolar Disorders, and Schizophrenia.
  • Identifying the causes, signs, and symptoms
  • Improving mental health through exercise