This website is designed to help those looking to improve their exercise performance, both competitively and in an every-day environment. You will find information on various aspects of the dietincluding vitamins, macronutrients, hydration and supplementation. You can also contact me to book in for a one-to-one consultation to address your particular needs. Soon you will be able to book in for a consultation with me at a new premises in Edinburgh.
The Natural Ketosis Company was started in 2005 to help people change their body shape, the natural and sustainable way. Inspired by the effectiveness of a high protein, low sugar and low starch dietfor weight loss, The Natural Ketosis Company produced a range of natural foods that would make the transition from fat gain, to fat burn, as easy and as sustainable as possible.
Dietary Coach is a branch of Neil Elbourne Fitness and Nutrition Coaching. I have a wealth of experience and a background in Personal Training, Strength and Conditioning and most importantly NutritionCoaching. I was a latecomer to the fitness industry. A former civil servant, I decided I wanted a new challenge in life and so sought re-education. My educational background includes HND Sports Therapy, 1st class BSc (Hons) Sport and Exercise Science and Postgraduate Diploma Strength and Conditioning.
Our fitness equipment range offers hundreds of products of keep you looking and feeling great. For a great cardio-vascular workout try our treadmills, elliptical cross trainers, rowing machines orexercise bikes. Alternatively, if you are looking to tone up, reduce body fat or increase muscle size, then our comprehensive range of strength training equipment (such as weight benches, multi-gyms, squat racks, power towers) can help you achieve your goals.
I have trained and coached people to reach the top of Kilimanjaro, the length of Patagonia, the Caledonian Challenge, the Deer Stalker, lose weight and gain muscle, increase their fitness and becomehappier. What do you want to do? I would like to thank Andy Edmunds for his care and support over the last 6 months. He combines technical knowledge with a real understanding of people. Best of all he has figured out what works for me - what keeps me motivated and produces results.
Having developed a successful practice as a nutritional therapist in Edinburgh, Sarah Stelling BSc, Dip. ION, wanted to open a centre of nutrition promoting health and well-being. Premises atTollcross in the centre of Edinburgh were found, albeit in very poor condition, and were completely refurbished and redesigned. Spread over two floors, the Centre has four therapy rooms, a waiting room and a retail shop. The centre opened for business in the autumn of 2005.
Shrinking Thinking is a unique Weight Management programme created by Caroline Winn & Martin Lawson at Ascent NLP Ltd in response to the sheer lack of emotional support available for people who arecontinuously struggling with their weight. It stands to reason that to help people to lose weight and improve their health, we must first help them to feel better about themselves, and to change the emotional connections that have been made with food and exercise. And so Shrinking Thinking was born.
At Balanced Fitness our goal is simple: to help our clients achieve sustainable health, wellbeing and fitness, using leading-edge scientifically proven techniques specifically tailored to meetindividual needs and goals. The difference with what we do is that we solve the underlying issues rather than simply addressing the superficial, or indulging in quick fixes. If you have experienced the frustration of working hard in the gym but failing to achieve your personal goals, you are not alone.
Ian's Hypnotherapy, and NLP, training came early in 2010 through the wonderful Brain Train Academy in Edinburgh. He bounced into his new role that April and hasn't looked back since. Over the past 4+years he's had over 600 sessions with clients. The range of issues he's worked with cover smoking cessation, weight loss, control of drinking and conquering a huge ranger of fears and phobias. Around the same time he spent a couple of years as a Samaritan volunteer.