banner curve
Katrina Mather

Katrina Mather

Katrina Mather is the founder of The Body Toolkit, a first-of-its-kind health retreat in the Scottish Highlands, a health blogger, coach and a Scottish Women in Business Award winner.

Katrina’s passion for health and well-being began 12 years ago when her own health issues led her to look for better solutions.  As she began to put all of the ‘tools’ together that had helped her regain her own health, she felt compelled to create The Body Toolkit to share those techniques with both individuals and businesses.

Her philosophy is simple, and she believes that even small changes to the way we treat the body and the way we think, can make dramatic differences to how we feel.

In her seminars and talks, Katrina questions the current state of the UK’s health and asks what businesses and communities could achieve if every employee (or citizen) were thriving.

Katrina shares her own inspiring story and empowers attendees with simple, but powerful techniques that they can immediately adopt to minimise effects of stress on the body, help prevent illness and ultimately be the best they can be.  The effectiveness of her approach is proven by her track record and testimonials, and the benefits to attendees and employers are significant.

Her Body Tool Kit business boasts not only stunning scenery in the Scottish Highlands but has led to her being awarded a Scottish Women in Business Award.

quote open

Katrina ran a seminar for our staff as part of our Healthy Working Lives programme . Her presentation was both informative and inspirational – her genuine passion engaged every single person in the room, and left them energised and focused on making positive lifestyle changes

quote close

Image copyright: Image © Katrina Mather

  • Price Range:

    £2,000 - £4,999

    Price based on UK delivery

  • Categories:

    Business, Diversity & Inclusion, Health & Wellbeing

  • Topics:

    Nutrition, Women in Business

Quick Quote

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.