SueEllar

Certified WILDFIT Coach
Location: United Kingdom
Languages I Speak: English, Welsh

About Sue

I’m a fun, personable and relaxed coach and have a particular flair for adapting the programme to the needs of each individual.

By day I’m a University IT manager, plus I lead an international community choir called World in Harmony. I love spending time between Cardiff and Greece with my husband and two kids.

I struggled with my weight for over 30 years. I could never stick to a diet and I felt like a failure. If I ever lost weight, I’d quickly put it all back on again. I felt hopeless and despondent. Then, by discovering WILDFIT, I transformed my health and my weight. I’m now the lightest I’ve been since my early 20s and have loads of energy. I have overcome joint pain & stiffness, have control over my food choices and am no longer driven by cravings.

My clients tend mainly to be professional women in their 40s to 60s but I welcome men, couples and all age groups, and have had great success with coaching teenagers. They have all experienced radical health transformations and significant weight loss and have said how much they appreciate my pragmatic approach, helping them find ways around any hurdles.

A few snippets from testimonials:

“Sue has a way of making sure everyone is comfortable with what and why we are asked to do everything, and has very pragmatic solutions for common issues. Her encouragement and honesty and focus on everyone getting the support they needed was absolutely genuine.”

“Sue is full of wisdom, tips and recipes and she and the group are there when times get tough. This programme really has changed my relationship with food and my life beyond expectation.”

Please see my website and FaceBook page for testimonials. 

Get in touch by email or book a slot in my calendar and we can have a proper chat!

Upcoming WILDFIT Classes

Class 1: November 15, 2021
Class 2: January 17, 2022
Contact me for 1 on 1 coaching or to join my ongoing support community

It is not death that a man should fear, but he should fear never beginning to live. ― Marcus Aurelius

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