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Female Personal Trainer, 37 Crystal Palace Road, SE22 9EX


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Hey there,

I am a returning personal trainer.

My name is Dee and I am a fully qualified female personal trainer. I love fitness and I am completely motivated by helping people to achieve their goals. I specialise in fat loss, body transformations and mental health and have the knowledge and determination to help you achieve these goals in the most effective way!

My service doesn't end after your session is over, you are free to contact me as and when you need to for general advice, nutritional advice or general motivation. I am here to help you every step of the way!

I have 10 years of experience in personal training and I have listed my qualifications below. I am also a black belt in Karate, so I can incorporate a wealth of varied knowledge and training techniques into our sessions.

CYQ - Level 3 Certificate in Personal Training

LAO - Level 3 NVQ Diploma in Personal Training (QCF)

CYQ - Level 3 Diploma in GP Exercise Referral (QCF)

My GP referral qualification has also allowed me to work with clients with a range of physical and psychological issues such as depression and anxiety. Whatever your issue may be, we can complete your session in the best way to suit your needs, and to get the best workout possible for you.

I train my clients in my private studio in East Dulwich.

Make today the day that you become fitter, stronger and change your life for the better. I look forward to hearing from you and hopefully working with you soon.


DWA Fitness


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