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Hello! I'm
Maya Robinson.

BEd (Hons), CNHC Registered Nutritional Therapy Practitioner.

Master Trainer for The Body Project.

Mentor Lead for Been There.

Qualifications in Motivational Interviewing,

Self-Determination Theory, Rational Emotive Behavioural Therapy and Acceptance & Commitment Therapy.

I'm Aussie born and currently in Bristol, UK.

I'm a nutrition nerd obsessed with body image, human psychology, challenging appearance ideals and shaking up the diet industry.

My mission is to educate others on how to shift their focus, and to realise they deserve better than the BS they've been fed about how they should look and what they should eat.

Why am I so passionate about this?

I spent most of my life struggling with my own body image and disordered eating, feeling frustrated by my apparent lack of willpower. I also experienced the not-so-great fortune of growing up when the diet industry was toxic AF (shout out to my fellow millennials).

It took me far too long to realise I didn't have to put my life on hold because of how I felt about my body, and that I wasn't a lost cause.


I never believed that I could actually have a decent relationship with food and my body.

Everyday I work with people who feel like they are unfixable, have tried every diet under the sun and hate the way they look.

The good news for you is that I have lived experience of this so I GET IT (and 'it' sucks), I studied my butt off to learn the strategies for what to do about it, and I can provide the accountability and support you need to make changes you never thought possible.

I use a multidisciplinary approach, combining areas of nutrition science, behaviour change psychology and therapeutic techniques to find what works best for YOU.

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A little more about me:

I'm an ex-teacher.

I'm a mum (you're welcome to join me in a rant about 'bouncing back' any time).

I love how strength training and weight lifting make me feel, but still think exercise is a pretty gross experience.

I used to be an outdoor ed and whitewater paddling instructor.

I'm a proud book nerd.

I am drawn to people who like being silly.

I fluctuate between being calm and collected, and being neurotic and scattered. You're welcome, close family and friends.

If you're ready to change your approach, get in touch.

I'd love to work with you.

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