Exercise is more than just for physical gains. It is great for your body, but also great for your mind.

Many people have experienced feelings of stress, depression and anxiety, and therefore will understand how difficult it is to escape from the mind-set if not managed correctly.

I work with psychiatrists and doctors around London introducing people to exercise, and using it as a therapy to improve mental health and wellbeing. All clients notice positive results very quickly after starting their training programme and have feelings of confidence, new found energy and positivity.

Regular exercise benefits the body and the mind, it can:

  • Build confidence – Achieving exercise goals and feeling fit and healthy, can make you feel better about your appearance and boost your self-confidence.
  • Be a positive distraction – It is an excellent way to let off steam, and escape from the negative thoughts that lead to a negative mood.
  • Improve social interaction – Group exercise can be a great opportunity to meet new people and it can offer a regular social life.

What to Expect

Everyone is an individual and therefore requires a personal program. So I am able to do this, we will begin your new training schedule with an initial consultation. This gives us an opportunity to get to know each other, and also gives me the chance to address your wants, needs and goals. From there we will begin your new program!

To find out more about our Exercise Therapist, Alice Humble, visit her practitioner page