ABOUT FITOLOGY HUB
Fitology Hub is a safe, supportive environment where women build strength, confidence, and resilience.
We create a warm and accepting space where each member feels listened to and empowered. Our members tell us they feel motivated by the energetic and sociable atmosphere of our small group training sessions.
Every member is given regular one-to-one time with a coach to go through anything they are unsure about, get help with nutrition, or simply have a coffee and a chat.
This unique blend of challenge and care supports every member to achieve their goals and become healthier, not only physically, but also mentally and emotionally.
A WELCOME MESSAGE FROM OUR FOUNDER
with Suzanne Keatley
Through her coaching and mentoring work through Fitology Hub, Suzanne Keatley has met some truly awesome humans... humans who deserve to have their stories heard. Through these shared conversations you’ll gain the strength and inspiration, and tools to help reinvent yourself to live a fuller, happier and stronger life.
Suki is a Mobile Massage Therapist who lives in Lewisham with her husband of 21 years, Phil, and two children, aged 15 and 8 years old. Her fearless attitude and belief in the power of simply ‘giving things a go’ have led to a life full of winding adventures and continual personal development.
Take our Health &
Often in fitness spaces it can feel intimidating to take an honest look at our habits. However, by looking truthfully at our current choices and routines, we can start to understand where we can make small, manageable steps towards a lifestyle that puts our physical, mental and emotional wellbeing first.
Use these questions as a guide to look without judgement at where you are today - not where you were 10 years ago, or where you think you should be in a year’s time.
IN THE MEDIA
The Scummy Mummies Podcast
Suzanne sits down with the Scummy Mummies to talk all about IVF, body image, and strength training. From her beginnings as a PE teacher at a girls' school, to leading training sessions at the Hub, they talk about Suzanne's approach to creating female-focussed fitness spaces that are accessible, empathy-led and centered on removing shame.