Having spent the last 6 years of her life travelling the world full time as a flight attendant, flying across the Atlantic through the night, crossing multiple time zones in one day and feeling the effects it was taking on her, Sophie became dedicated to looking after her physical and mental health along the way. Working for an international airline has enabled her to see the world, but more importantly it gave her the opportunity to experience the diverse ways of how to stay fit and healthy, and how to live well from all corners of the globe.
From hiking Table Mountain in Cape Town, cycling across the Golden Gate Bridge to fitting in a short workout in a hotel room with just an 11-hour layover, Sophie has mastered the art of staying fit whilst on the road, finding ways to incorporate movement wherever possible, and learning why rest is as important when you’re always on the move.
Yoga has been one of Sophie’s escapes for many years, being lucky enough to practice with instructors from all walks of life, she has experienced many takes on the traditional practice, bringing with her the pearls of wisdom and knowledge home from many teachers, from far flung places like Bali and Sri Lanka to the most westernised studios in LA and London.
Pursuing her passion for healthfulness, she decided to educate herself further and become a Personal Trainer in 2019 with NASM (National Academy of Sports) and in 2020 also enrolled in her Yoga Teacher Training, specialising in Vinyasa and Ashtanga in Portugal.
Sophie offers a bespoke and affordable online Personal Training experience to clients from all kinds of backgrounds. This allows her clients to train with her from anywhere in the world, at any time. Something that Sophie is passionate about and has based her life around for so many years. Sophie specialises in helping people like herself who travel often and seek to find that balance of enjoyment of travel while staying on top if their fitness goals. Sophie also specialises in helping yoga practitioners build strength away from the mat so they can improve their physical practice and increase their stamina on the mat.
By combining her sports education with the traditional ancient practice, Sophie works to bridge the gap between functional movement to help injury prevention and improve mobility whilst still honouring the intention behind the practice.