I have been involved in sport for as long as I can remember while trying as many different sports as I possibly could as I was growing up. This stretched from netball, to rugby, swimming, rowing and I even tried badminton.
My love of sports then developed into a passion for health and fitness which influenced my decision to move away from home in the Waikato and study Sport & Exercise Science at AUT. This degree involves human anatomy, physiology and movements, basic nutrition, and exercise prescription etc. Once I’ve completed my degree, I hope to work with High Performance athletes doing exercise physiology.
I discovered my love for the gym after a concussion when I was 17 left me unable to plays sports. Since then, I have been training myself 5-6 days a week and in recent years I have been training my friends and family. I’m excited to put my knowledge to use and help other women achieve their health and fitness goals.
In my spare time I love going on outdoorsy adventures like tramping, boating/kayaking, camping, or simply just a day at the beach. I come from a long line of farmers, so I’ve been raised to not be afraid to get my hands dirty. Over my breaks I often help dad on the farm with feeding calf’s and making sure everything runs smoothly over the peak season.