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From Bec

Mish made an effort to ask heaps of questions to really get to the root of my issues. She was really educational, made me feel at ease, emotionally supportive… read more


From Kathy

My prolapse is much improved. It no longer rules my life. It isn’t something I think about every time I do anything… read more


From Maddie

From the very first moment I walked into her gym I felt extremely comfortable and safe. I knew that she understood exactly how I was feeling physically and emotionally… read more

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Mish Wright

I believe that women need different training advice at different times of their lives.

I believe we need to educate both Fitness Professionals and clients, that our standard training techniques simply do not cater to the different hormone changes that a woman goes through as part of her monthly cycle and her life cycles of pregnancy, postnatal, peri-menopause, menopause and post menopause.

I believe that if we don’t start conversations around incontinence, prolapse, DRAM (splitting of the abdominal muscles during pregnancy), pelvic pain and good toileting habits – then women are often left suffering in silence.

I believe in making regular deposits into the Universal Bank of Kindness, because you never know when you are going to need to make a withdrawal.

Thea Baker

I believe that the female body is immensely strong, powerful and beautiful. I love to encourage, enthuse and enable women to draw on their individual strengths to increase physical fitness and wellbeing and to promote balance in their world.

I believe that all exercise for pregnant and postnatal women should be specifically tailored to take into account the demands of pregnancy, childbirth and motherhood. I believe that a postnatal body is not the same as a prenatal one – different – but not worse, or weaker or less able. I believe that women who have had children are capable of achieving whatever health and fitness goals they set themselves – whether it’s losing their “baby weight”, running a marathon, climbing a mountain or swimming the English Channel!

I believe in good manners.
I believe that smiling makes the world go round.
And I believe that a cup of tea can solve most problems.