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clare everest company owner and fitness instructor
Clare Everest
Having worked in and managed several fitness clubs, Clare has taught classes for over 30 years. Clare brings a considerable amount of vocational experience within Sport and Fitness, from a Post Graduate Diploma to a wide range of fitness qualifications - too many to mention.

Clare has been on the judging panel at the AoC National Fitness Competition, which showcases new talent entering the industry since it started over 15 years ago.

Clare strongly believes fitness should be fun, inclusive, and universal for everyone. You should move your body freely, enjoy its strength and flexibility.
kate belcher company owner and fitness instructor
Kate Belcher
As a qualified Personal Trainer and Group Indoor Cycling Teacher, Kate, who won the coveted CYQ National Award for Best Fitness Instructor in 2014, has always strived to be the best. She is now honoured to judge the same competition, run by the AoC, and has even judged at the National Finals held at the World Skills Show.

Sharing her enthusiasm with students as a qualified Tutor and Assessor allow her to train students to work in the Fitness Industry whilst still working as a Personal Trainer and Group Indoor Cycling Instructor. Kate is also an Internal Quality Assurer, Exercise Referral and Level 4 Low Back Pain Specialist.

The love of health and fitness, in particular running and cycling, prompted the decision to pursue a career in this exciting and diverse industry. Kate is privileged to help everyone achieve their own individual goals and ambitions.


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WINNER of National Fitness Award despite opening club 5 months before COVID struck.,


On Saturday 13 November Clare Everest travelled to Newcastle upon Tyne for the National Community Awards. Clare owns Everest Fitness Health & Wellbeing Centre in Southam and was nominated for Community Team/Group in the North and Midlands for the first time.

The club was nominated for the award and then Clare had to complete an information form explaining about her team and the community in which she works, in addition to how they have adapted throughout the Pandemic. Once submitted, votes opened for participants across the country to vote. Everest Fitness were selected as finalists, which was a huge achievement as it was the first time they’d been nominated since opening.

It was a huge shock for Clare to win the award and such an honour, especially when meeting other finalists who had also achieved huge things over the last 12-18 months, in such challenging times. Clare is absolutely delighted that her club and the whole team have got the recognition they deserve and immensely proud.

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Having opened their doors in October 2019, the pandemic forced their doors too close, along with many others in March 2020. The club has two fitness studios with excellent ventilation and air conditioning. They are a class based company offering over 40 classes a week from Indoor Cycling, to Les Mills BodyPump, Combat and Balance, Yoga, Pilates, Meditation, Aerobics, Step, Young at Heart and so much more. They also have two therapy rooms offering Sports Massage, Bowen Therapy, Counselling, Reiki and Sports Massage and a specialised Personal Training room. 

During the pandemic Everest Fitness started offering exercises classes via zoom to keep their members active and having social contact. The club lent out equipment for members to use also. During the second lockdown, they increased the number of online classes, offering over 15 classes a week. Having fully reopened, they have continued to offer access to live classes which can be accessed via zoom to members who have really realised the potential of online classes, whether due to child care issues, working from home, not wanting to travel on the colder dark evenings... so many reasons. This has also helped secure the clubs financial future with the limits placed on class numbers due to social distancing. 

Covid has taught us many things... it is important to look after your physical, mental and social health, be flexible in what you offer and how it is accessed, be grateful for the wonderful (award winning) community around us!