Personal Training & Group Fitness
Engaging in exercise is very important for wellbeing. Exercise does not have to involve hours slogging away on the treadmill or lifting enormous weights. The UK Government recommends to stay healthy adults between the ages of 19 and 64 should participate in
" least 150 minutes of moderate aerobic activity such as cycling or fast walking every week, and strength exercises on two or more days a week that work all the major muscles (legs, hips, back, abdomen, chest, shoulders and arms)."
Tri-Unity Wellness offers one to one bestoke training programmes based on your own unique goals & fitness levels . Following an assessment of your needs and a health check we can work together to achieve your aims.
Personal training for small groups can be a fun, social and cost effective way to train and provide all the benefits of one to one training.
Tri-Unity Wellness also run regular group fitness classes. Classes range from £3 to £5 per person. Currently we have on offer the following at Rhos Community Hall, Neath Port Talbot:
Body Conditioning - a low impact class for all fitness levels working specifically on the all important core muscles and balance.
"Challenging, made you think about your core all the way through... very knowledegeable and good options for exercises"
"The exercises werent't too hard but felt like they were really doing something. The teacher was nice and explained everything well".
Sundays 5pm Rhos Community Hall SA83HF
Family Circuits - a fun fitness class for all the family to join in. Each adult can bring with them up to 2 children. The class focuses on family relationships and wellbeing , agility, coordination, cardio vascular and strength fitness.
"Lots of activities, liked the stretching, different stations each week".
"We really liked the class, it was great to do it together. It was friendly and we both felt comfortable".
Sundays 6.15pm Rhos Community Hall SA83HF
Children developing their fitness, agility and strength
A parent having fun at Family Circuits
Health Checks: What are they, why is having them helpful?
A health check includes several tests to assess your current health and fitness status. These tests involve:
Resting Heart Rate: We are able to compare this with average data for people of your age and gender. A low RHR would generally signify higher fitness levels. This test is a good heart health gauge.
BMI (Body Mass Index): This test result indicates whether your weight is healthy, pre-obese, obese class 1, 2 or 3. Your result can indicate potential health problems such as diabetes.
BP (Blood Pressure): This test will inform us how efficiently your heart is working. If you decide to use a personal trainer this can inform the training programme you are given.
Peak flow (lung capacity): The peak expiratory flow rate (PEFR) is a test that measures how fast a person can exhale (breathe out). This result can help identify the level of cardio vascular fitness you have which is helpful when gauging heart health.
Body fat %: This shows the % of body fat you are carrying which we can then compare to normative data. This information can help with fat loss, achieving health and fitness goals and increased health benefits.
Basic Metabolic rate: How many calories you need to intake for your body’s basic functioning. With this figure we can work out your daily energy needs based on activity levels and your own goals.
Waist Girth measurement: This test measures the girth around certain parts of the body. When taken several weeks later your personal trainer can determine fat loss/gain and possibly predict possible risk of developing heart disease.
Food Diary: I can provide general nutritional advice considering healthy eating, BMR and fat loss goals via completion of a seven day food diary (including drinks).
The assessment takes about an hour to carry out. I will then email, post or discuss your results with you face to face. Included in this will be an explanation and general advice.
Fitness Timetable (Times of classes can be liable to change please contact Lorna to confirm class. Mobile users please refer to desktop for timetable)
9am - 10am
10am - 11am
12pm - 1pm
1pm - 2pm
3pm - 4pm
Rhos Community Hall Fitness Class
5pm - 6pm
6pm - 7pm
7pm - 8pm
Other times are available for appointments please call for further information.
Fitness Qualifications & Experience
2017 - St Johns Ambulance Emergency First Aid for Sports
2017 - NCFE Level 3 Personal Trainer Diploma
2004 - Premier Glob al Certificate Of Exercise for Special Populations
1998 - YMCA FIT Level 2 Fitness Instructor
1994 -1998 YMCA Central London
1998 -2000 Holmes Place Health Clubs
2000 - 2004 Freelance Instructor
2004 - 2007 Missfit Health Club
2010 - current Cover Class Instructor Celtic Leisure
2015 - 2016 Freelance Insanity Instructor
2017 - Freelance class Instructor
Practitioner Member of the Chartered Institute for the Management of Sport & Physical Activity.
" provides leadership, support and empowerment for
professionals working in sport and physical activity, and a single voice for the sector"
This membership offers recognision of professional exercise and fitness qualifications and status of the individual member.
Chartered Institute for the Management of Sport and Physical Activity
SportPark Loughborough University, 3 Oakwood Drive
Loughborough, Leicestershire LE11 3QF
Tel: 01509 226474