Lavina Mehta MBE
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Lavina Mehta MBE, is a 44-year-old Personal Trainer, Wellness Coach, founder of Feel Good With Lavina, and mum of three.
Lavina was awarded an MBE for services to health and fitness during Covid-19. Her mission is to help all ages (up to 100) Feel Good physically, mentally and reduce risks of common chronic diseases through her concept of “Exercise Snacking” & free chair workouts. Her slogan is “Exercise for Sanity not Vanity.”
Lavina is a proud Ambassador for Diabetes UK and supports many charities like Alzheimer’s Society, and is an advocate for wellness in the workplace.
She shares her own perimenopause journey on social media to help normalise the conversation in the South Asian community where many women are suffering in silence. She wants to break the taboos, raise awareness, change the narrative and help women feel empowered to find solutions, as well as educating the men around us.
Lavina promotes the power of exercise and lifestyle changes to help women embrace this phase.
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