Friday, 13 January 2012

Whats been going on

Well what Have i been up to. My business is really going well, lots of new students and new additions to my fitness clothing range for pole. I'm so excited about thinks to come. I'm doing my ETM in march, my first aid course and PDC approval (pole dance community) All things Iv wanted to do but were just to sick to. The ETM means I will be able to do other fitness class's such as a group Pole Conditioning class, stretch and tone, LBT and Aerobics to name a few. I'm also really interested in doing A Weight and Nutrition Management course and help people reach there body and fitness goals. Iv also been in DM, Daily Star, Times, Sun, Metro and Express and Echo about my return to work, which over those 2 days gives a total circulation figure (the number of people who will have read it) as a staggering 48,891,425! omg!

Other thinks, I am now the face of the transplant games and will be participating although I'm not sure in what activity, need to have a think about that.

Iv also been organising my charity ball, 2nd Chance Ball and Kirstie's Big Breath Bike ride. The meeting for those wishing to participate is to be held on the 27th from 12:00 till 14:00 at the RD&E meeting room. You can just drop in and received some information about the ride if you've only got a short amount of time. There will be printed info for you to take away and sponsor froms.

On the 26th of this month iv been asked to speak at a seminar about transplant, I was asked by a doctor who was at the last one I did for medical students. I'm very excited and glad that I made such an in pact to be asked again.

Also on the 18th I'm going my first talk in a school to six form students I can't wait! I'm looking forward to educating the youth about ODR.

Tomorrow I'm up to London to do the speaker training course with LLTGL, which I hope will just iron out my speaking techniques.

Unfortunately this week my Lung Function Dropped alot and I had to go to Exeter Hospital and start IV antibiotics. I was running temperatures and felt rather poorly. It came completely out of the blue. I started IV's and my lung function went up then down and then up again. Im hoping it stays up as I have a appointment at harefield to see if I need a bronch Tuesday, I really don't want a bronch, one as the last one fractured my tooth and I had to have it rebuilt at the dentist this week and also because I have so many new students booked in I don't want to reschedule with them. So I'm home on home IV's and heading to London 2mz for the training session and clinic, I'm working hard to get my lung function up and went to the gym earlier. Very happy with how it went

Also here's another article that was in the express and echo I really like this one!

Other things planned, Aerial Hoop intensive training on the 18 &19 Feb and I also really want to start adult gymnastics to help with my pole work and I would just love to do it, I used to as a kid and was a natural.


  1. Great to meet up with you at speakers training at Harefield hospital I hope your afternoon session went well:)

  2. kirstie I hope your lung function stays healthy and that your classes keep going well.
    Hope you keep well.

  3. Wow I'm exhausted just reading what you're up to....I hope your lung function starts behaving have so much you're achieving

  4. Kirstie, would love to find out about the bike ride but the meeting is on a work day. A weekend or evening meeting might help those of us who work in the week?

  5. hii Kirsti, I saw uou this week on dutch television in Belgium and I just wanne say you've got a fan more! and I'm so happy you've got you're happy end !

    Xx Nicky (from Belgium)

  6. Julie Clifford (Hills)27 February 2012 at 00:53

    Hi Kirstie. I have just seen the picture of your wedding day. My dad (AJ) and your Nan are siblings. I know he would be so very pleased to know that you received the life saving transplant and that you are now married. Keep well and God Bless. Julie (Brisbane, Australia)