Personal Training & Strength Conditioning
at Meadows Wellbeing
A Personal Approach To Training
At Meadows Wellbeing our aim is to provide everyone in our community with an opportunity to get the support and guidance they need as unique individuals.
This means we are here to help you move your body in the way you want – whether that’s to improve your fitness, become more flexible or develop your strength to play sports better.
No matter what level of fitness you currently have or are looking to achieve, our personalised sessions are tailored to you individually – to help you achieve your own specific wellbeing and fitness goals – in a supportive, friendly and welcoming environment.
MEET YOUR PERSONAL TRAINER & STRENGTH/CONDITIONING COACH
Personal Trainer - Strength & Conditioning Coach - Yoga Instructor
About Daisy Burchfield
Daisy is a highly experienced fitness coach specialising in personal training, yoga, strength conditioning and mobilisation.
She has joined the Meadows Wellbeing team to offer one-to-one personal training sessions, yoga instruction and advice on building strength and maintaining good mobility at all stages of life.
Daisy is passionate about helping people learn to love movement and take advantage of their body’s natural abilities.
Daisy has the following qualifications; Level 4 Strength and Conditioning Coach, Level 3 Personal Training, Level 2 Fitness Instructing- Gym Based Exercise, Level 2 Exercise to Music. All of the above are REPS/ CIMSPA accredited.
What To Expect From Your Personal Training Sessions
Initially Daisy will be at Meadows Wellbeing all day every Monday, and then on a Wednesday between 12pm and 5pm.
Initial consultations are one hour. This will give you the opportunity to discuss any challenges you’re facing and what you would like to get out of the sessions.
Our aim is to make it really accessible for everyone. So once the assessment is done, you can attend future sessions of 60/45/30 minutes depending on what your objectives are and how much time you have.
Sessions take place once a week, twice a week or however often you’d like – working with Daisy at the Meadows Wellbeing practice.
If you don’t have time to do that, then Daisy will also develop a programme for you to take away. It will include a really clear programme of exercises, but also regular contact with Daisy, so if you’re stuck or if you have questions, you can speak to her directly.
In most cases it will be a 4 or 6 week programme and then you’ll come back and see Daisy to ‘check in’ on progress.
With regard to strength and conditioning training, Daisy will work with clients who want to have sport-specific strength and conditioning. For example, if you do a lot of tennis and want to build up your strength to improve your performance, Daisy will give you exercises to develop strength in those specific muscles.
Daisy will also be working in partnership with Emma Wilson-Wild and the other Meadows Wellbeing sports injury/massage experts to help develop rehab exercise programmes for clients.