Meet Suzi

“Hi, I’m Suzi and I run Motherhood Rebellion to support and coach mothers with their Self Care. 

Thank you for visiting my site.

You may know me as a Self Care Coach, a Writer, Yoga Teacher or Personal Trainer?

I created Motherhood Rebellion as an amalgamation of my personal and client experiences with Self Care as mothers. The wisdom I discovered and knowledge that I gained, especially navigating being a working parent and the challenges that come with that.

Living life fearlessly did not stop when I became a mother. Though, I soon discovered that I had to prioritise my own Self Care to make sure everything ran smoothly and I stayed feeling calm and connected.

As a result, I offer an online coaching Membership for other mothers to connect and learn more about their own Self Care and create happy, mindful habits to feel better.”

Click below for more information on the Membership!

Making Time for Self Care as a Mother Just Got Easier!

Suzi sitting on the stairs
Suzi from Motherhood Rebellion

When I took an interest in my personal Wellbeing and Self Care as a busy mother it dramatically improved my life. I experienced the vitality that it can bring into your life, and feel passionate about sharing this.

My love of health and wellbeing began when I took up running at twenty one. In the years since I completed numerous races including triathlons, from 5K to marathon distances. I gained my Level 3 Diploma in Personal Training and Sports Massage Therapy at Premier International Ltd, the UK’s leading fitness training institute. I ran a Personal Training business in London and did freelance work training delegates of the London Business school and the British Library.

Years later I taught Yoga at Relax Bay in Koh Lanta, Thailand. I gained my YTT 200 hours certificate and set up Sabai Sabai Yoga retreats for groups visiting Thailand. I also supported the smooth running of Ashtak Yoga’s teacher training and taught anatomy to the students.

Continuing to practice yoga throughout motherhood has been challenging. Fortunately I have been able to teach Yoga in the schools where I’ve worked to children and teachers and I am passionate about sharing the benefits of the practice.

We currently live in Thailand to embrace the culture, beaches and warm days as a family. I teach at a school, work with my wonderful Motherhood Rebellion online clients and write for BAMBI Parenting magazine in Bangkok and Online Health Magazines, such as Focus on Health and Wellbeing

Suzi

TAKING VISIONARY WOMEN

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Client Success Stories

“I have worked with Suzi over the past three years – results are fast, each session challenging and she always keeps things fresh. A fantastic coach with high integrity.”

Eve

United Kingdom

“Great variety in every session, totally tailored to you and she is so encouraging. Good fun, such a happy person and utterly committed to her clients. Go for it!”

Fiona

United Kingdom

“Suzi is amazing- She combines physical training with health education in a way that is really original and effective. She’s a consummate professional, and an expert in a number of fields. I first retained her to help me get in shape years ago, and continue to see her whenever time and location allows. Her in-person sessions are intense and original. Most remarkable is her continued commitment. Though she is currently in Thailand, her continued correspondence has been an invaluable source of information and motivation.”

Aja

United States

“I am someone who has always been a pushover, struggled with saying no. A session with Suzi, and we dived down into why I struggle with boundaries, and why I find it hard to say no. This week – I said no to several things that did not align with my values, and it feels great! I also have gotten into a fab habit of keeping my phone, and tech out of my bedroom”

Claire

United Kingdom

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