Welcome to

Sparking YOU learning academy, with me Rachael Beattie



I support people who want to find freedom from feeling lost, overwhelmed and who want to improve their relationship with ADHD, mindset & movement.


Did you know about Access to work?


Access to Work is a grant that funds practical support if you have a disability, health or mental health condition, such as ADHD.


Drop me a email [email protected]


This is a place to be YOU and re-build positive relationships with your ADHD, mindset, movement & nutrition.


I'm much more than colour and faff!!


The need to move for me is as important as breathing! It’s a part of who I am, and I have learnt that I’m happiest when I’m moving my body – be that walking my dogs, running along the beach, playing with my kids, hosting an exercise class, or dancing in my kitchen.

I became a fitness instructor back in 2010 with no clue that in 2021 I would be a Certified Mental Health and Movement Coach, ADHD Coach & Disability Impact Coach and an ambassador for neurodivergent people across the world!

10 years and hundreds of hours of coaching later, I can put my hand on my heart and feel proud of myself and what I have achieved!

I have ADHD and Bipolar, and this has had a huge impact on both my life, and my dedication to found and develop my coaching skills into a community that is both non judgemental and hugely supportive.

Along my journey, I have battled with obesity, depression, and trauma. I’ve dug deep on WHY I love coaching people. It’s not just about that before and after the photo; what the scales say; or what dress size you are – it’s absolutely about feeling energised; staying healthy physically and mentally; and overall it’s about building an amazing, supportive community!     

When I’m not working I can be found playing dress-up with my 5-year-old daughter or embarrassing and nagging my teenage boys, creating a new project or book, or sneaking in 20-minute workouts!

Love Rachael x


"Rachael, as she has from the moment i met her, made me feel relaxed & comfortable to be me"


- Heather