Training Experience : 10 years

New Zealand Underwater Hockey Representative, Personal Training Tutor, and Personal Trainer with over 10 years’ experience.

My belief is that the health and fitness industry needs to be lifted to a higher standard with a stronger focus on helping people succeed.

The STM family makes sure that EVERY member is given EVERY opportunity to achieve their goals.

Training Experience
Qualifications
Tutor: National Certificate in Fitness (Exercise Consultant) (Level 3) Certificate in Fitness (Personal Training) (Level 4) Certificate in Fitness (Personal Training Business Skills) Studied: Bachelor of Sport and Exercise Science Diploma in Sport and Recreation

Meet Our Other STM Trainers

Poppy is a 3 time world Champion Cheerleader, representing New Zealand, as well as being a New Zealand Tumbling Champion. She has been teaching and coaching a large range of ages in skills and exercise training in addition to her own gruelling training regimen. She is passionate about fitness and passing on her unique knowledge to others.
    Cameron been involved in sports from a young age representing Auckland in Gymnastics, later New Zealand at the world surfing games and studying Kinesiology at Auckland Uni.  He is also interested in Martial Arts, and currently teaches the 7 Star Praying Mantis Kung Fu class, which he studied under Master Kai Uwe Pel while living in China for 13 years, before returning to New Zealand and opening STM Mt Eden.
      Em started doing competitive rowing back in 2001. Her success at school lead to a full scholarship to the University of Tennessee, USA. Between 2010 and 2013 I won numerous medals at the New Zealand Rowing Championships. In 2013 Em made the New Zealand Elite Rowing team and as stroke seat, lead the Women’s Quad to three World Cup medals. Early 2016 she retired from professional sport to pursue a Personal Training career. She has since achieved a World Record for the Indoor Rowing marathon, smashing the old record by over two minutes, adding that to her 100km World Indoor Rowing Record set in 2006. Throughout her rowing career, Em coached high school and university crews with the main focus on general fitness.