Hi! I’m Gillian (she/her), and I’m so glad you’re here!
Are you ready to feel inspired to move and embrace a body positive approach to health + fitness? Fantastic, I’m about to be your biggest cheerleader!
Before we do anything, I have a really important message I want you to hear: you are unique (and awesome)! Yup, you are one in 7.5 billion to be specific. There is no one on this planet exactly like you (how cool is that?). Which is why I’m so passionate about helping you discover your own unique healthy lifestyle and bring it to your (real) life!
As your coach, I have your back and will be with you every step of the way. Together we will figure out the body positive tools, structure and support you need to design and create the healthy life you want.
Whether you work with me one-to-one, sweat with me virtually using resources in the Super You Studio, or join the OneCrew (community for adventurous women who love to move their bodies) or StudioCrew (community for women looking to ditch diet culture and rock their health and fitness their way) I want you to hear this …
You can do this. I’m here to help.
Super You was created to help people like you be healthy, fit & confident. Are you ready?
Want to be inspired to MOVE?
Feeling a little MEH about movement?! It’s time to get inspired! Download your free copy of my 99 Ways to Move Your (awesome) Body resource and get inspired to move!
Did you know I wrote a book? I’m offering a FREE download of Chapter 1 of my book The Elephant in the Gym: Your Body Positive Guide to Writing Your Own Health and Fitness Story. In Chapter 1 you’ll discover the real reason you struggle to be consistent with your health and fitness (hint: it’s not you!). Learn the approach I share with clients that has helped hundreds of clients transform their health and their life!
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In our Diet Culture-driven relationship with food one of the core messages (beyond you must diet to be "healthy"), is that food and your relationship with it is a moral one. There are good foods and bad foods. There are also good and bad habits around food. Enter,...
I got my first bikini about 7 or 8 years ago. At the time buying it (then wearing it) felt like a moment of victory for me. A triumph over the "battle with body" I'd waged my whole life. I finally had the confidence to (proudly) stand up against all the (diet culture)...
Do you default compliment on people's appearance? What if always leaning on the "you're beautiful" or "you look nice" or my fave (insert eye-roll) "you're looking fit/ healthy/ strong" (as if those are things you can see) is not the feel-good antidote to the body...