Baz Moffat

Baz Moffat

Baz is an elite health and fitness coach with an expertise in supporting wellness at all stages of life. Her holistic approach focuses on core, nutrition, pelvic floor and identifying exercise that best aligns with you and your body. She has a specialist interest in women’s wellness, including pre-natal, post-natal, peri-menopausal and menopausal health. The common thread throughout her work is to achieve one common goal – helping you to move freely and embrace life.

Baz is a former elite rower and medallist with GB Rowing, has a first class honours in Sports Science and a Masters in Health Related Behaviour Change, and over 20 years experience helping others in the health and fitness sector.

Informed by her personal experience of having children, raising a family and being a mum in her 40’s, Baz has applied her knowledge to the research and design of programmes that specifically respond to differing phases and transitions in life. Too often the way we’re conditioned to think about exercise is out of synch what’s true for us. This leads to the pitfalls of over-training, never starting or a stop-and-start cycle that doesn’t deliver. In contrast, Baz’s holistic approach helps to shift mindsets and is highly responsive to current realities. Combined with her drive, enthusiasm and compassion, she has been able to help hundreds of clients discover their next level of vitality and sustain great health for the long term.

The success of these methods, and her unique combination of experience and coaching capability, has earned Baz a thriving practice in London and reputation as a go-to-trainer for anyone wanting to get their body and fitness back on track.

We are delighted to have Baz supporting our community to stay fit and healthy and live life to the fullest.

“My goal is to help you build a strong, resilient body that will last a lifetime.” – Baz

What people say about Baz:

“Baz came highly recommended … but I didn’t expect to find such an inspiring environment where I’d be encouraged and supported to improve my nutrition, digestion and relaxation as well. Baz is such a good motivator, really getting us to do our best while being totally realistic and supportive about those days when exercises fly out the window because real life intervenes! After seven fairly full-on years of child rearing, this has been a real turning point. I feel it has given me the tools to start caring for myself again.” – Lisa Yates, working Mum of 3