Sarah has been in the industry for nearly 25 years, working in most disciplines from PT, gym and aerobics to walking, Pilates and yoga and with a diverse range of clients and populations during her career.
Her key areas of expertise are exercise referral, mental health, pre/post natal, diabetes/obesity, disability, behaviour change and weight management and she is particularly keen on promoting activity in the natural environment.
Sarah is a leading Exercise Referral specialist having worked on a large scheme for over a decade and has been delivering the qualification for many years. She has designed and delivered Level 4 qualifications in Obesity/Diabetes and Mental Health and also holds the Level 4 Back Care and Cancer Rehabilitation qualifications.
This expertise led her to set up a specialist training company, Exact Training, to provide specialist exercise professionals with training and CPD and she also works with CanRehab on their level 4 qualification.
Sarah has co-authored six books including five in the Complete Guide to… series and is a regular contributor to various magazines including REPs journal and Fitpro as well as mainstream publications such as Red and Woman & Home and is a regular speaker at industry conventions and conferences.
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- “Exercise is possibly the single most important component of health style change associated with good physical health, not only during cancer treatment, but as a way to reduce the risk of secondary cancers.” Dr David Alberts, Arizona Cancer Center, Oncology Times, October 2006