women’s health and fitness, personal training and Pilates                       

About

Sian taking a postnatal Pilates classI set up Feelgood Fitness to help other people feel fitter and happier about themselves. Initially I focused on working with people suffering with back pain and other injuries as this was something close to me personally. I’ve trained both in fitness as well as mat work Pilates and have a degree in Sports Science.

Over the years and after having my own children, I decided to focus more on women’s health and fitness and in particular around the postnatal period. The female body goes through so much change during childbirth that sometimes it needs a little bit of care and special attention when returning to fitness. For this reason I focused my skills on helping women to heal and learn about their tummy separation or issues (diastasis recti), pelvic pain such as PGP or SPD and pelvic floor health.

I’m a firm believer in treating the whole body and taking a holistic approach not just focusing on exercising. I look at daily life habits and try to incorporate working towards your goals into your everyday life.

As well as working with you personally I can also refer you to the right professionals if you need more help such as women’s health physiotherapists, musculoskeletal physiotherapists, masseuse and nutritionists.

Qualifications:

Level 3 Personal Trainer

Level 2 Fitness Instructor

Level 4 Management for Lower Back Pain

Level 3 Exercise Prescription for Pre and Post Natal

Advanced Exercise Programming for Pre and Post Natal

Level 3 Pilates

Matwork Diploma Pilates- Micheal King

Equipment Diploma Pilates- Micheal King

Pre and Post Natal Pilates

Level 3 Sports Massage

Management of Pelvic Girdle Pain

Diastasis Detective

Pelvic Matters- Pelvic Floor 

Holistic Core Restore® Coach

BSc (Hons) Sports Science

If you’d like to find out more about me and why I got into the fitness industry, please read on:

My story

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With thanks to…

Sam at Braithwaite Photography for many of the photographs used on this website.