Emma Simpson



“Hey ladies

I’m Emma, I graduated NZIHF in 2020 with a certificate in personal training. With years of training in all kinds of fitness and sports I wanted to be able to share the things I have learnt along the way and help others reach their goals.

At 14 I started my journey as an amateur boxer in Taranaki for 4 years. My passion for boxing and combat sport kept me in and around fitness ever since and eventually lead me to here.

I have a firm belief that taking care of your body helps to contribute to a healthy mind. Fitness has saved my life many times and I definitely use it to build confidence and keep negative feelings at bay.

In my spare time I enjoy finding the best coffee spots around town and spending time with friends and family. I love all things creative and often attend art exhibitions, music gigs and comedy shows.”

Carol Sequeira



I am a vibrant, self-motivated team player with a passion for health and fitness. I have been training myself in the gym for over 34 years. I first got into training others, when I qualified as a personal trainer in 2006 through the Exercise Teachers Academy in South Africa.  I have competed in numerous fitness events and Body Building shows over the years, which fuels my passion to stay healthy and maintain an excellent fitness level and shape all year round. In my first body-building competition I placed 1st, at the age of 45! I went onto Nationals where I placed 3rd.  Did many competitions after that in SA, and achieved various awards over the years.

I love conducting personal training or small group fitness sessions, helping 100’s of people lose weight as well as condition their bodies. I also train and prep clients to compete in bikini and physique competitions. In my group fitness classes, I like to incorporate metabolic resistance training, with a variety of both cardio and strength training.

So, whether you are looking for weight loss, fitness and toning, bodybuilding, or merely want a change of program, I am here to help you!

“If it doesn’t challenge you, it doesn’t change you”