Meet the team

JAMES HUTCHISON BSc Dip-FTST

 

With nearly two decades of experience as a fitness professional and a BSc in Psychology from the University of Hertfordshire, I combine my extensive knowledge of fitness and nutrition with a scientific understanding of behaviour change and motivation to help my clients embed the pH.7 values of balanced living to complete a full lifestyle transformation. I have had success coaching people through nutrition and weight management plans; improving their strength and overall conditioning; helping them recover from illness and injury; coaching teenagers and young athletes; and preparing people for endurance events such as marathons and triathlons.


Areas of expertise:

  • Fitness and lifestyle coaching

  • Strength and conditioning

  • Nutrition coaching

  • Psychology of weight management

  • Motivation and behaviour change

  • Sports event preparation

  • Weightlifting

  • Sports massage


 

 

NICK PALMA BSc ACSM

 

After graduating from the University of Kent with a degree in Sports Therapy, where I had the benefit of being taught by leading experts in the field of exercise science and rehabilitation from injury, I decided to apply my knowledge to personal training. My first thought is always to get my clients out of pain by correcting muscle imbalances and faulty posture, and coaching them to achieve more efficient movement patterns. I have spent the last 10 years coaching clients and developing my methods, using a variety of therapy techniques combined with my expertise in strength and conditioning to get my clients the results they crave.


Areas of expertise:

  • Fitness

  • Strength and conditioning

  • Sports therapy

  • Examination and assessment

  • Postural correction

  • Sports and remedial massage

  • Injury prevention

  • Rehabilitation from injury

  • Mobility

DAISY MALIN BA

After graduating from the University of Roehampton with a dance studies degree, I decided to transfer the knowledge I had gained about human movement into Personal Training. After working in the field for a number of years, I began to notice how many clients were showing the same incorrect postural alignments and how this was leading to common pain and injuries for them. This led me back to my dance training roots to also qualify as a Pilates instructor. As a coach, I believe that when helping clients to feel fitter and stronger, it is essential that I first get them to improve how they move and correct any muscular or postural imbalances they may have. This will help prevent injuries and allow them to enjoy their training.


Areas of expertise:

  • Fitness

  • Strength and conditioning

  • Pilates

  • Mobility

  • Postural correction

  • Movement assessment & screening

JAMES LOCKYER BSc NASM

 

After graduating with honours from Middlesex University with a degree in Sports and Exercise Rehabilitation, I decided to apply my corrective exercise knowledge in the fitness industry where I have worked in both clinical and exercise led facilities. My ethos is simple: the more stable you are, the better you will move. So, as your trainer I will always make sure we work on the all-important structural foundations, using a style that focuses on progression but is also interesting and challenging, and incorporates your overall fitness and lifestyle goals into the sessions.


Areas of expertise:

  • Movement assessment and screening

  • Injury prevention and rehabilitation

  • Corrective exercise

  • Improving everyday function

  • Sports and deep tissue massage

  • Fitness

  • Strength and conditioning

  • Nutrition coaching

pH.7 - Life in Balance Ltd.

1&2 Bakers Lane, London N6 4JA

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