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Some of my favourite recipes

From time to time I will be highlighting some of my favourite recipes right here so keep an eye open for them.

Stuffed Chicked breast on a bed of Butternut & sweet potato mash

Feeds two people  – Time to prepare and cook: 50minutes


2 or 3 large chicken breasts
Danish feta or mozzarella
Baby spinach
Sweet potato
Chicken stock (optional)
Potato spice
Olive oil
Half an onion
Plain low fat yoghurt


Cooking time: 50 minutes
Chop onion finely. Peel butternut and sweet potato and chop into small blocks, cover with olive oil and onion and coat with potato spice add garlic cloves. Roast for 45 minutes on 180 degrees or until cooked through and slightly brown.

Cut chicken fillets half way through and stuff with chilli, cheese and spinach. Fry with coconut oil then add chicken stock and fry until golden brown and cooked through.
Blend butternut and sweet potatoe using a blender or hand held blender with 3 tablespoons of yoghurt.

Spread mash onto a warm plate with chicken fillet on top and pour remainder of sauce from the pan onto the chicken and mash.

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I believe that nutrition and supplementation is just as important as a focused exercise program and after assessing my client’s goals and fitness levels, I advise them on the best methods for them to achieve their goals and how to maintain them. Whether it be weight-loss, overall body toning, muscle building, enhanced sports performance or rehab specific exercises for problems like osteoporosis, arthritis etc.I started practicing Pilates in 2009 and teaching the STOTT Pilates method from January 2010. Over the years I’ve personally had back, knee and neck problems and was amazed how I had fully recovered after just one year of Pilates. I am very interested in the human body and how it functions and find no matter how experienced someone is, there is always something new to learn. I realised STOTT Pilates was the best choice for me as this method is a medically based Pilates discipline.We study the body in detail from the bones and joints to the muscles and learn how to adapt exercises for injuries and specific posture types.I am internationally qualified in Essential, Intermediate and Advanced Matwork as well as Essential and Intermediate Reformer. In 2012 I completed the Advanced Reformer Course and in 2014 completed the Injuries and Special Populations Course as well as various workshops and recently in 2016 I completed the Basi Standing Pilates workshop. In 2019 I completed the Cadillac intensive course essential-advanced level in Cape Town, South Africa with Lisa Palmer at the movement lab.
In 2019 I sold Powerpilates Durban North branch and in June 2020 sold Powerpilates Westville and recently relocated to Bowral, New South Wales in Australia.

My mission is to create and maintain the highest standards of Pilates teaching and health coaching for each individual by creating specific programmes to help correct posture and improve health for each and every individual’s needs.

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