About Vitality Hub

​I can offer personal training at your home/work within the Maidstone, Kent area. Please sign up to the Vitality Hub newsletter for occasional offers. I love working with children so please don't be deterred if you have children that would be present during our sessions, I've previously trained whilst settling newborns and feeding toddlers and am happy for school age children to join in (within their own physical limitations).

I am a qualified in Sports Massage and operate from the Mercure Hotel, Maidstone on Mondays from 7-10pm. I can also travel to you with a portable table should you prefer to be in your own home.

Meet the trainer - Rosie

Rosaria Barreto (Rosie)

I have been working in the health and fitness industry for over 6 years with a range of clients including the obese, the elderly and the agoraphobic. I know that no single approach is right for everyone and so I am equipped to offer a range of packages whether its for you or your staff. ​

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​Qualifications

  • BSc 2 : 1 Upper class Honours Exercise Fitness Management 

  • CHARTERED PHYSICAL ACTIVITY PROFESSIONAL (CIMSPA)

  • REPs Level 3 Personal Trainer

  • Level 3 Exercise referral qualification

  • Level 3 Sports Masseuse 

  • First Aid adult and paediatric

  • DBS Adult and Paediatric

  • ETM and Dance, Fitness and Movement Qualifications

  • Level 2 Falls Prevention

  • Level 3 Personal Trainer Assessor 

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ABOUT ME

I have been working in the health and fitness industry for over 7 years, my specialisms include using exercise to promote better quality of life for:

- People over 60 

- Wheelchair users

- People with Chronic health conditions

 

I work one to one with people in their homes or prefered location to enable more independent living and I also work with small and large organisations across the south east to put together projects focused on increasing physical activity accessibility, enabling more active lives among disabled communities and use innovative tools and strategies to facilitate physically active lives for longer. 

Launched a range of new initiatives to support people using the service, such as upgraded website and an improved reporting system for complaints.