- About Us
From the streets of Mumbai to the trails of the Himalayas, and the high rises of London to the ancient Khmer ruins of Cambodia, I’ve raced in some amazing places.
As a runner for 20 years, and a coach for ten of these, my mission has been to empower women of all levels to achieive their potential with the right coaching and support.
But the longer that I've spent in the industry, the more that I realised there was a need for a coaching platform for women who are inspired by performance goals and want to be part of a fantastic community that understands and supports them, which provides s a holistic approach, which recognises that training for any event should support someone physically, mentally and emotionally.
Hence the Girls Run the World digital platform was born, providing downloadable courses and a network of qualified GRTW female coaches in running and triathlon.
In addition to my coaching, I'm a recognised expert in running, fitness and well being, and regularly contribute to S magazine, Runner’s World and Women’s Running. You can read my features here.
- Biomechanics & Running Gait Reassessment
- Strength & Conditioning Coach
- EA Running Coach
- Shivananda Yoga
- GB Age Group Olympic Triathlon 2019, Mumbai Marathon 1st vet female (2013), Fort William Marathon, 3rd (2016)
- Personal bests: 5km: 19.45, 10km: 41.40, 13.1miles:1.33, 26.2miles:3.16
Over the last twenty years, I’ve worked with runners of all levels helping people to achieve their goals and get back to doing what they love after injury and during and after pregnancy.
The official physiotherapist of the Brighton Marathon, I've also consulted for Team GB physiotherapists, helping to create Pilates programmes for elite athletes.
I took up running myself after having my two daughters and appreciate the convenience and headspace of putting my trainers on and getting out the door. My longest race to date is 50k and I’m working on building my ulra experience further.
Qualifications: Membefr of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists, BSc Physio.
The best decision I ever made was deciding to run the first Brighton marathon in 2010. I threw myself into training, ignoring warnings about not increasing mileage too quickly and predictably developed shin splints. Somehow I made it to the finish line in 4hrs 48 minutes.
Since then, I’ve run several more marathons including London and New York and my PB is now 3 hours 9 minutes. That first marathon remains the most special though, because it was the day I discovered that I was capable of something that had previously seemed impossible.
The secret to improvement is training consistently and a well structured training plan, which includes the right balance of hard work and easy sessions.
I’ve studied barefoot, Chi & Pose running techniques and use these methods in my training of others.
EA Running Coach Level 2
- Sussex 10km Road Racing Champion in age category 40-49
- Personal bests, 5km: 18.22, 5th fastest UK parkrun in age category 45-49 (2017), 10km: 37.43, Half Marathon: 1.26, Marathon: 3.09