My career path started out a little differently, I initially worked in the equestrian industry as a Showjumper, I had my own yard and focused predominately on educating and producing young showjumping horses. I also worked as a performance coach, educating both recreational equestrians and elite level performers. Unfortunately, I had a bad injury which left me unable to continue riding numerous horses a day, as the job requires. Although it seemed like the worst thing in the world at the time, it was actually one of the best things that happened to me – it pushed me to broaden my horizons, and look at the aspects of my job I enjoyed the most, which all stemmed back to educating and helping others, so I decided to become a Precision Nutrition qualified Sport & Exercise Nutritionist. I am also currently studying to become a Registered Nutritional Therapist. At the moment I am drawing upon my past business and corporate world experience to handle the financial/marketing/sales aspects of the company.