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.



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