I am Sarah Parry, owner of successful So Inspired Fitness for over 12 years. Training people is the only thing I ever wanted to do! Most of my dreams have come true. Starting with my international experience as a Master Trainer, then becoming a Pilates Coach, Boot Camp Trainer, Fitness TV presenter on Australian morning channels, moving to New Zealand from UK then having my two sons aged 7&3. Then with little ones somehow managing to keep my amazing fitness business alive was some feat with years of sleepless nights. I have always kept to my high expectations of being professional, well qualified and using my vast experience. To infuse a wealth of knowledge and self confidence into the many people who trust me to help them. My most profound reason for becoming a Personal Trainer is the desire to help others and myself age gracefully and stronger for longer. This dream started when I was 13years old. I was an insecure and dyslexic little girl who was bullied over my appearances and had to grow up the hard way. But I over came my difficulties with the courage and resilience that sport taught me. I realised my dream could come to true when I found myself living in UK working as a cook, eating and not exercising properly took a hit on my self esteem. With the help of a personal trainer I trimmed down and felt radiant and 'alive' again! And so that was it, I knew I just had go for it! I truly believe I have enough experience and knowledge to help you do the same!
Sarahs studies include Master Personal Trainer in Javea Spain 2007. Stott Pilates essential-advanced level, pre & post natal, rehabilitation and special populations - Oxford 2008-2010. Massage and aromatherapy VT Academy 2002. Exercise to music instructor - Future Fit 2001 …and many other recent courses and research to keep on the edge!
Hobbies: in the good old days I used to compete in baton twirling, athletics and hockey. Later I judged international waveski surfing World Championships in the French Caribbean. Competed in a few triathlons and enjoy taking my little boys paddle boarding out at Cockle Bay beach.