Welcome to Claire Finlay Health & Fitness Consultancy, home to a unique and highly individual approach to yoga, personal training, diet, nutrition and overall wellbeing. Whatever your age, whatever your previous experience of exercise and diet, I can help you transform your body shape and reach peak condition by means of an entirely bespoke programme using a combination of methods and therapies – from Yoga, Power Plate™, TRX Suspension Training®, MVe reformer Pilates chair, and body conditioning right through to diet and nutrition advice.

My approach is not just about toning up or slimming down. It might be that you’re recovering from an injury, need to de-stress, are keen to stay active throughout your pregnancy, want to get back in shape post pregnancy, are training for a triathlon or perhaps a lifetime endurance goal, or simply want to improve your energy levels. People come to me for a myriad of reasons but with one common aim: to transform their sense of wellbeing.


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Power Plate™ InFocus

Latest news/press articles.

Exercise of the month:
Shoulder Front Raise

Monthly research:
Comparison of Power Plate & Free weight exercises on upper body muscular endurance.

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Yoga InFocus

Is Yoga enough to keep you fit?

Yoga Journal sent three yogis to the lab to test the theory that yoga is all you need for optimal fitness. When it came to the fitness benefits yoga can or can't provide, yoga teacher John Schumacher had heard it all. A student of B. K. S. Iyengar ..

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Diet & Nutrition InFocus

Probiotics & Prebiotics.

Two of the most interesting and effective types of nutritional supplements to hit the market in the last few years are probiotics and prebiotics. The two are related to one another, but they aren’t the same.
Having an imbalance of...

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Pre & Postnatal InFocus

Relaxin …what happens?

Relaxin is a pregnancy hormone. It is produced in the early stages of pregnancy by the corpus luteum (the shell of the egg left behind after ovulation), and then by the placenta from about the twelfth week onwards.


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