This is your life, the only one you'll get. Do you want to spend it feeling less than yourself? Or do you want to go into a new stage stronger, happier, and more successful? If you know deep down that you want to make changes in your life, there's never been a better time to do it.
But what changes? And how will you make them?
The first step towards a new you - or the old you, before the bad habits and wrong turns - is looking at the big picture.
Body, mind, relationships, behaviour, belief: they're you, inseparable, and inter-related. What New You isn't about is an impossible ideal of physical perfection or outrageous ambitions. It's about leading a bigger, better and more authentic life. And that means top to bottom, inside and out.
In recent years, we've become far more aware of how our physical selves affect the way we think and relate to the world. Feeling depressed about sagging muscles or spreading flesh isn't just narcissism. It's an awareness that our body doesn't reflect the way we feel or want to feel inside. Energy, good health, sensuality... they should be an everyday reality, not an occasional gift.
No programme can promise you energy, health and vitality and not include exercise. If you've tried and failed with exercise plans before, it's probably because you've been doing the wrong kind of exercise. What's the right kind? The kind that matches your body type, your lifestyle, personality and schedule. We will help you find an individually tailored programme that's right for you, and show you how never to give up on exercise again.
If you still can't make it to the gym, we can come to you.
We can design an eating programme to make food and eating a simple pleasure, and your body feel great again. From eating for weight loss, to foods to combat ageing and disease, we will unravel the myths and misinformation we're all fed about food to reveal the facts about what 'healthy eating' really means - and what it can do for you.
Once you've rethought your diet and reclaimed your body, it's time to look inwards. To focus on the stuff that overwhelms you: the stresses that leave us exhausted, anxious, and feeling out of control.