Sean is quite simply, an excellent personal trainer - knowledgeable, professional, experienced, thoughtful, kind, fun and a pleasure to work out with. I was on a mission to lose 1 stone for my wedding, through motivation, hard work & determination, Sean got me there, which was incredible. Since my wedding, over the past 3 years, I have kept up my weekly personal training sessions with Sean, in order to maintain my weight and attempt to keep a semi-decent figure.....which when you are in your 40's, is no mean feat! I have recommended Sean to friends and they also rate him highly. I would recommend Sean to anyone... yes personal training can be seen as a decadent lifestyle choice, and personal trainers are not cheap, but if you want to achieve goals, be successful in your weight loss/toning, and have fun at the same time, it is absolutely worth paying to have Sean as your personal trainer. Thank you!
A multi disciplined fitness professional with a diverse background of skills but perhaps most importantly creates a fun atmosphere – after all its meant to be enjoyable with the added benefit of meeting new people whilst building strength and finesse.
I’m a father in a household of two self-employed adults and 3 school age kids. Most of my time and interests revolve around family and work with interests that include personal development which I explore in my podcast show with notable influences from Tim Ferriss, Creative Live, Jim Rhone and Anthony Robbins to name just a fraction. Daily physical activity & experimenting in the kitchen with natural food as medicine features highly too.
As an ex DJ I’ll spare you a lengthy discussion on music…meanwhile my YouTube and social media channels show off my amateur photography / video editing projects too. However, back to the way of life that is fitness and health with my background below;
My background in wellbeing grew from my study of fitness & health and my experience within Occupational Therapy. Since graduating in 2001, a career move from London to Norwich has included health club management, fitness events, workshops, group exercise instruction and personal training. Since moving to Brighton in 2015, I’ve blended my knowledge as a qualified Yoga teacher with my fitness experience to provide a more holistic approach to helping people.
Right now, I’ve become increasingly passionate about quality, natural nutrition and personal development which I share on my podcast, The Everyday Fitness & Wellbeing show.
Move, Breathe, Stretch
Training as a Vinyasa Flow Yoga Teacher started out as insurance for later life but soon became an essential part of everyday life. Since qualifying, practicing and teaching regularly, it has shaped my holistic outlook on everyday well-being and health. 5 years on, I still have no desire to bend myself into a pretzel and I’m not one for chanting or navel gazing but I do appreciate the benefits of breath control, mindfulness and intuitive movement. I’ve since developed my own style based especially for those with poor posture, iffy backs, dodgy knees, uptight shoulders or simply needing to stop breathe and stretch.
We are what we eat
Quality, natural nutrition for health and wellbeing is something I’m increasingly passionate about. The food industry’ influence and vague generic information of the past has much to answer for when addressing eating habits. Fortunately there are advocates of real food such as Dr Tim Spector & Cyndi O’meara, new insights and research on the gut microbiome that challenge long held beliefs. This is something I’m exploring further and aim to share on the website through blogs and the podcast show.