1-to-1 sessions

A tailored programme to meet your goals

Ideal for clients who want a personalised programme or to work on a specific injury, area of the body, refine technique or simply achieve goals faster.  Depending on your needs and preferences your programme may combine Pilates, Ballet barre, TRX resistance training plus weights and resistance bands to maximise results and keep your training fun, varied and effective.  Email me to book: laura@zenergyactive.co.uk

What to expect:

  • The first session is an extended 1hr 30mins session as we have an in-depth discussion about your goals and conduct a movement and posture analysis
  • After the session I share a tailored programme to achieve your goals
  • We work to the programme in our sessions and you’re given optional home practice to complement the work we do together
  • We check-in on progress at each session and refine the programme accordingly to ensure there’s plenty of variety and momentum to achieve your goals

Venue: I can either travel to your home or office, or join me in the Zenergy Studio in Wooburn Town (between Cookham and Beaconsfield), private parking available.

1-TO-1 OFFER JANUARY 2022: Get 20% off your first 1-to-1 consultation session – an in-depth 90min session including movement and posture analysis for just £60 in January 2022. Ongoing, a block of 3 x 1hr sessions is £150 & 6 sessions is £270.

What clients say:

‘I’ve always felt deflated after Personal Training sessions but I always feel so positive after our 1-to-1’. Claire Watson

‘The whole experience has given me a huge well-being boost.  The small tweaks Laura made has me moving and feeling better already and I have personal goals now that give me added reason for practicing. Laura’s superb studio has a lovely air of peace and calm, highly recommend’. Julie Richens

‘I’m back playing tennis after 3 years off, due to a back problem, thank you Laura’. Fiona Harris.

‘The combination of 1-to-1s and group classes has improved my very painful sciatica to the point I’m now back running’. Mark Kinnaird

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