Sophie Goldsbury

TRAINING MY TRAINER

Personal training helped improve my coordination and concentration skills tenfold.  It helped me so much that I’ve now started my own journey to become a personal trainer, with the intention of working with people who have dyspraxia and Ronan, who…

DISCOVERING THE JOY OF MEETING FELLOW DYSPRAXICS

Growing up with dyspraxia can be a very lonely place at times – particularly if you grew up in a time where it was almost unheard of or you were the only one among your peers who had it. It…

SO YOU THINK DYSPRAXIA IS JUST CLUMSINESS?

This piece was written by our lovely Irish contributor Sophie and first published on her fantastic facebook page ‘Personal Training with Dyspraxia’ which chronicles are adventures in the gym.   GROSS MOTOR CO-ORDINATION SKILLS (LARGE MOVEMENTS): Poor balance. Difficulty in…

10 MISCONCEPTIONS ABOUT DYSPRAXIA

Here are a few of the most common misconceptions about Dyspraxia that I have heard, even up as far as last week. 1.  “I thought you just grew out of that as you get older.” Dyspraxia is defined as a…

10 THINGS I’D GO BACK AND TELL A 10 YEAR OLD ME

Sophie shares with us 10 things she would love to go back in time and tell a 10 year old version of herself about living with Dyspraxia in adulthood.

WHY DYSPRAXICS IN IRELAND NEED MORE SUPPORT

Sophie talks about how she believes adult Dyspraxics in ireland need more support.

DYSPRAXIA AND PERSONAL TRAINING

Legal secretary Sophie talks about her exercise adventures and how working out and dyspraxia mix.

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