Health and Wellbeing

Coaching for your lifestyle

Modern day living can take its toll on our physical, mental and emotional health and wellbeing. Sometimes it can feel daunting wading through all the different advice and information available online, trying to work out how to live healthfully. Each person has different needs so we work together to reach your goals and create a balanced lifestyle for you.


Scientific evidence points to the benefits of eating, moving and sleeping well, managing our stress levels and being connected to others. Each area overlaps so as we make positive changes, the benefits multiply.

Lifestyle Changes Into Lifetime Habits

As a certified Lifestyle Medicine Physician I use my years of GP experience and coaching skills, alongside the latest lifestyle evidence, to support anyone who is interested in making changes to the way they live their lives.

I can help you to turn effective lifestyle changes into lifetime habits, by supporting you to identify your personal goals and working with you to achieve them.

Health Conditions

Whether you are living with, or want to prevent, a lifestyle -related health condition (such as high blood pressure or Type 2 diabetes) or just feel less than 100%, small changes can make a huge difference to your life.

Medical Care

Lifestyle medicine sits perfectly alongside any conventional medical care or advice you may be receiving and I am happy to liase with your medical professionals.

I do not offer medical prescriptions or specialist dietetic advice.

Your Journey

Together, we can consider your lifestyle balance and how it is affecting the quality of your life. Using a coaching approach we explore what is important to you, what you would like to change and how to overcome obstacles that stop you from achieving your goals.

Balancing your Lifestyle

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If you would like measurements along the way, I have Tanita InnerScan scales. These measure visceral fat - the harmful fat which can sit in your liver and around internal organs increasing your risk of conditions such as heart disease, stroke, some cancers and diabetes.