Hi, I Am Pam McMinn
I am passionate about moving people towards health both mentally and physically.
Our health, weight, energy, mood and sleep are all affected by the food we eat and the thoughts we think. Being a Kinesiologist allows me to show my clients the effects that our food and thoughts have on us. When clients become aware they can start to make changes.
For 13 years I owned a ladies only gym. This is where I found my life’s passion, helping people improve their health, lose unwanted weight and generally live a happier healthier life.
During this time, I gained a very deep understanding of the challenge’s women face when trying to lose weight and improve their health and lifestyle. The countless diets out there really fail to offer a long-term solution and certainly do not teach the basic nutritional guidelines for women. I loved my gym and members but, I wanted to help people on a deeper level which is why I became a kinesiologist. The other thing that lead me to this work was just how much kinesiology helped to transform my own life.
My goal is to educate, inspire, support and coach my clients to create lasting change. I believe that we need to focus on the processes not the outcome. Building daily habits around eating well, moving daily, prioritising sleep and managing our stress levels all add up to creating a healthy mind and body. When you start to feel better you will naturally make better choices for yourself.
Healthy Mind And Body
More About Me
I live in County Down in Northern Ireland with my husband, teenage sons and my adored cocker spaniel Hugo.
I like to stay active but hate crazy gym workouts. Walking and weights is all I need to do to stay fit and healthy. I enjoy Pilates and Yoga and meditation. To relax and unwind I read.
I have a well-balanced attitude to food and whilst I eat well 80% of the time, I also like to enjoy a glass of red wine and I love my daily coffee and a little dark chocolate.
My Own Health
I have a level of empathy with my clients that can only be gained through experience.
In my mid-twenties I was diagnosed with chronic fatigue syndrome. I was exhausted, in pain and was so scared I would never recover. My doctor at the time told me to accept it and rest. I decided to try the alternative approach and found wonderful kinesiologist who guided me back to full health.
This gave me a personal understanding of illness and the frustrations that come with it. It also helped me create a very deep, understanding and compassionate relationship with my clients.