Rosie is a maths graduate, qualified secondary school teacher, mental health advocate and keen ultra runner – favouring the 100-mile distance over hilly, trail terrain.
During her teenage years and early 20s, Rosie suffered from chronic mental health issues including depression, a severe eating disorder and anxiety, from which she is now fully recovered. Running has always been her happy place, and was an important tool in her recovery. Rosie now has qualifications in both Mental Health and Counselling Skills, is an Ambassador for the eating disorders charity BEAT, is a qualified Running Coach and Personal Trainer at Peak Performance Running, and is currently working towards her Diploma in Exercise Referral. She believes that education is key to helping others on a similar trajectory, and uses her own past experiences, along with her qualifications, in order to help others who are suffering. She further believes in the importance of creating sustainable athletes, focussing on a holistic approach to training.
BSC (Hons) Mathematics
PGCE – Secondary Mathematics
UK Athletics Leadership in Running Fitness
UESCA Certified Ultrarunning Coach
Active IQ L2 Diploma in Gym Instructing – CIMSPA and REPs endorsed
Active IQ L3 Diploma in Personal Training – CIMSPA and REPs endorsed
Active IQ L3 Award in Supporting Pre and Postnatal Clients with Exercise and Nutrition
Currently working towards Active IQ Level 3 Diploma in Exercise Referral