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I Have worked with many workplaces, sports clubs, charities and community projects to deliver fitness classes and  weight management classes and nutrition talks to their employees and members.

Classes are normally delivered at the workplace, but I have also hired venues or attended venues where the service was encompassed as part of a larger health and fitness seminar  or promotion.

I deliver  fitness classes to North Lanarkshire Leisure, Albion Rovers Football club,  MacMillan, The Lauren Currie Twighlight Foundation  and many more. 

If you would; ike to get your workforce involved in fitness and healthy nutrition, please contact me to discuss.


Health and Safety statistics show that the  annual cost to society due to workplace injuries and ill health (excluding cancer) was £15 billion from 2016 to 2017.

The Office for National Statistics  reported that in 2017:

  • 131 million days were lost to sickness absence
  • minor illnesses (such as coughs and colds) were the most common reason for sickness absence, accounting for approximately 34.3 million days lost (26.1% of the total days lost)
  • musculoskeletal conditions (including back pain, neck and upper limb problems) cause 28.2 million days lost (21% of sickness absences)
  • mental health issues (including stress, depression, anxiety and serious conditions) resulted in 15 million days lost (11.54% of sickness absences)
  • lower sickness absence rates in the private sector (1.7%) but the gap with the public sector (2.6%) has narrowed over past 20 years
  • of the larger public sector organisations, sickness rates are highest for those working in the health sector
  • self-employed people are less likely than employees to have a spell of sickness
  • the largest workforces report highest sickness levels
  • sickness absence is lowest for managers, directors and senior officials.  (htt://ww.gov.uk/government/publications/workplace-health-applying-all-our-health/workplace-health-applying-all-our-health)


Research has shown that among the FTSE 100 companies, those who prioritise employee engagement and wellbeing outperform the rest of the FTSE 100 by 10 percent. 

At these companies, fewer days are lost to sickness. 

What is good wellbeing?

  • Keeping physically fit and making positive choices about diet and exercise.
  • Maintaining self-confidence, self-respect and emotional resilience.
  • Having a sense of purpose and feeling fulfilled.
  • Being flexible, alert and open to new ideas.
  • Keeping strong and supportive friendships and relationships.

Get in touch to see how I can help.