Lynsey began her career in fitness after many years playing high level sport, in particular playing cricket for England and representative hockey, transitioning from athlete to Personal Trainer in 2014. Since then Lynsey has had a wide reach in the industry from training clients for their sport, experience in injury prevention and rehabilitation to working with older adults and those seeking overall well being.
In 2022 Lynsey suffered a life threatening brain bleed and after a full recovery (thankfully!), was prompted to reevaluate her impact in the fitness industry and wider community, particularly her local community. Now she aligns with a focus around movement for all bodies, specifically challenging society's exclusion of bodies that don't fit the stereotypes of what an fitness 'should look like'!
"I'm invested in what your body can do rather than what it looks like."
Outside of work Lynsey enjoy's movement in the form of playing hockey or practicing handstands! Lynsey, her wife Alex and their one year old daughter Edie can often be found enjoying a coffee in the village and spending quality time with friends and family.