Jess Ennis-Hill is an athlete turned women’s-health ambassador, who is working hard to create a last legacy in the field hormonal health.
As one of Britain’s most successful athletes, she is best remembered for her iconic performance and gold medal at the London 2012 games. Watch the footage - we defy you not to get goosebumps.
Her mission with her innovative Jennis app is to close the gender gap, tackle taboos and to help women live happier and healthier by providing expert lifestyle interventions (exercise, nutrition, de-stress techniques) that are proven to reduce symptoms and get results.
Laura is a registered Dietitian who specialises in helping women understand the behavioural and hormonal background to what we eat.
Her approach is to bring together nutritional science, diet therapy, behavioural therapy and compassion to get to the heart of what you need across every lifestage.
Dr Emma Ross led a campaign in the run-up to the Rio Olympics to help female athletes tap into the power of their hormones.
As part of her work with Jennis, she helps us translate scientific studies and physiological expertise into an accessible product all women can benefit from.
A former elite rower and medallist with GB Rowing, Baz Moffat is a health and fitness coach who’s laser focused on providing women’s fitness that’s made for our bodies.
With a speciality in pelvic floor health and stress management, she advises Jennis on the physical fitness attributes of the Jennis programme.
Bella is a GP with 20 years experience, who is passionate about giving women the body literacy and confidence to be ambassadors of their own health.
She advises us on the medical and mental health issues we can help our women with.
Lina Nielsen is a qualified yoga teacher and 400m track athlete, who is a passionate advocate of yoga for holistic fitness.
She has designed her Jennis yoga sessions to appeal to both seasoned yogis and flexibility seekers.
Georgie Lawlor is a master breathwork coach who uses breathing techniques to improve your mental, physical and emotional health.
The sessions she’s created in the Jennis app improve the top symptoms our community are logging, which is why you’ll find breathwork for poor sleep, irritation, tiredness, anxiety and many more.