Meet Nazia Khatun
Nazia Khatun is an award winning fitness specialist. Defying stereotypes from an early age, Nazia believes that everyone has the ability to achieve their fitness goals. With a focus on functional fitness, Nazia's mission is to help clients not only look better, but feel better too.
Certifications and Training
Nazia Khatun is a certified personal trainer and coach with years of experience in the fitness industry. She holds certifications in several areas including strength training, group fitness, and nutrition. Nazia is constantly learning and evolving her approach to fitness to ensure her clients get the best results possible.
Get to Know Nazia
Nazia spent most of her life trying to attain the perfect body, leaving her mentally and physically tired. Calorie counting, fad diets all saw Nazia spiral into a destructive relationship with her mind and body. Insecurities and lack of self love eventually took its toll and she faced a dark period of depression facing unwanted thoughts.
Feeling lost and confused Nazia was able to recreate herself and fitness was the catalyst for her change throughout the years. Exercise helped her overcome the old self, fight off anxiety and fear enabling her to step into the best version of herself in every area of her life.
With an unshakeable mindset and determined not to give up she now teaches other females to overcome hard times connecting neuroscience and fitness together. Nazia's main mission is to teach females how to fall in love with their bodies but most importantly accepting themselves as they are.
What I Specialise In
Equipping individuals with the correct knowledge to learn how to let go and understand what self love really is.
Using Mindmap/neuroscience to rebuild individuals. Recreate the subconscious mind
Using neuroscience and fitness to attain sustainable weight loss and working on the internal drivers to inspire and motivate.
Exercise / Nutrition
Understanding each person's body type and tailor a program around their lifestyle needs and goals. To create a better relationship with food and self image.
Champion mental health to forgive and heal. Looking at old trauma and recreating a positive outlook