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Meet the SELF-CARE experts!

Janey Holliday

Janey Holliday has been in the health, fitness and lifestyle industry for over 15 years. She qualified as a fitness instructor and Personal Trainer in 2001, founded Fit for a Princess in 2003, set up outdoor bootcamps on Wandsworth in 2006 and in 2011 re-trained as an online coach and founded Making Things Easy in 2012. She’s created all the online programs that Making Things Easy provides and as a former exercise hater, she believes anything is possible with the right mindset approach. She passionately believes in focusing on solutions rather than problems, improving people’s thought management and the art of extreme self-care!

 

Janey is 40, lives in Kent and is a single parent to her eight year old twin boys and one year old daughter.

 

 

Gill Harvey Bush

Gill met Janey on TV show “Kyle’s Academy” on ITV 1 in 2007, since then she has been working with Janey on all sorts of collaborative projects, including Making Things Easy’s BEST and the Emotional Eating and Confidence programs.

 

Gill left her senior management position in the corporate world in 2003. Already having an Honours degree in psychology she went on to gain a life coaching qualification, become a Master Practitioner of Neuro-Linguistic Programming and consequently developed her own specialist style of coaching. She coaches a wide variety of clients 1-2-1 and can frequently be heard on the radio, seen in the media and has appeared on TV shows worldwide. She was also the psychologist on Virgin Atlantic’s Flying Without Fear course for a number of years, runs her own Flying without fear programs and famously cured Whoopi Goldberg of her fear of flying. Following her diagnosis of breast cancer in 2010 and somewhat unusual approach to taking some control over her outcome Gill has written her second book “Beliefs, Bing and Me. The Active Role I Took to Tackle Cancer” which is available now on Amazon.

 

Gill lives in Weybridge with her husband and has a grown up son.

 

Zoe Kirby

Zoë Kirby is a Nutritional Therapist and Yoga Teacher, with a special interest in women’s and children’s health. After graduating from Oxford University with a degree in Experimental Psychology, Zoë worked as a management consultant, then left corporate life behind to pursue her passion in the area of nutrition, training to be a Nutritional Therapist at the renowned Institute for Optimum Nutrition in London.

 

With over 10 years of experience, Zoë has helped both individuals and businesses thrive through the application of tailored nutritional advice. Her main aim is to educate her clients to make long-term diet and lifestyle changes and to set realistic goals together that are both achievable and sustainable. She is able to apply her own experiences of pregnancy and motherhood in helping women and children to make healthy food choices that fit in with their busy lives. Zoë is passionate about local, seasonal food and grows organic fruit and vegetables in her garden at home.

 

In addition to advising individuals, Zoë has also worked with a range of corporate clients, delivering inspiring workshops to businesses and helping them to implement nutritional strategies to improve employee performance.

 

As a complement to her nutrition business, Zoë trained as a yoga teacher in 2015 and has since been running private and community yoga classes in her local area. She has seen the amazing benefits of regular yoga practice both in herself and in her clients, including reduced back pain, improved core strength and better stress management.

 

Zoë is married with three young children and lives in Cambridge.