Lancashire ‘wellness’ coach wins New Business Start-up

19 December 2019

Lancashire based nutritionist and fitness coach Helen Kimber has just won the Wyre Council’s ‘New Business Start-Up of the year Award.’ She was presented the award at a black tie gala ceremony held on Thursday 5th December at the Marine Hall in Fleetwood.

Being called up to the stage to receive the award came as a big surprise to Helen. She explained, “I’m shocked and humbled to be chosen as the winner for this award. It’s given me a stamp of approval, making my dream feel real.”

Helen launched her new business, ‘Hero LIfestyle’ in 2019 with the belief that everyone can find the hero inside themselves with the right guidance. By combining training in fitness, yoga and nutrition, the Hero Lifestyle business gives a well rounded and balanced approach to people’s health.

“I started this business because I wanted to use my knowledge and skills to give people the tools they need to lead a healthier and happier lifestyle.”

With 25 years of yoga practice and a Master’s Degree in nutrition, Helen only recently took the step of starting her own business to break away from a career in teaching. After making the massive decision to strike out on her own, Helen set up her business in April of 2019.

Since starting Hero Lifestyle, Helen has worked with several businesses giving morning yoga sessions to staff. She’s set up a regular weekly nutrition clinic at the Ribby Hall Spa, and even run a ‘wellness day retreat’ at Brockholes nature reserve. Helen’s run yoga classes on the Formby sand dunes and bluebell woods, given talks on health and nutrition, and next year she’s running a weeks wellness retreat in Southern Spain.

Helen has a vibrancy that you sense as soon as you make contact with her. Just getting the business off the ground isn’t enough though, she’s recently gained a certificate to give training to disabled adults, an area she believes she can do a lot of good.

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