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Sarah Meharg personal trainer in Solihull

Moodlifter is a a service to help you  flourish.


It is bespoke to your needs but will combine physical exercise with activities to boost your overall mental wellbeing. It can be a combination of any of the following:

  • Personal training to help you learn how to exercise in a way that meets your goals

  • Occupational Therapy to create routines, habits and overcome barriers such as health conditions or low motivation

  • Corporate Wellbeing to ensure that your company is helping it's employees flourish

HCPC Registered Therapist
RCOT member
Proof of Insurance Personal Trainer

Sarah is a HCPC Registered Occupational Therapist

Sarah is a member of the Royal College of Occupational Therapy BT022270

Sarah is a fully insured Personal Trainer with the following qualifications:

  • BSc Hons Occupational Therapy

  • PGcert Dementia Studies

  • Assessment of Motor and Process Skills 

  • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy

  • Level 1 & 2 Sensory Integration

  • Level 2 Gym Instruction,

  • Level 3 Personal Training,

  • Level 3 Exercise Referral

  • Level 4 Diabetes and Obesity Management

  • Modern Post Natal Exercise and Wellness

  • NatalStrength

  • MenoStrength 

  • TRX Certified Coach

  • Sarah undertakes regular continuing professional development to ensure evidence based practice.

  • Sarah has an enhanced DBS


Moodlifter comes to you because we know that doing activities within your own environment makes it more sustainable.


We can tailor the activities to your needs as an individual or small group.


Sarah Meharg qualified as an Occupational Therapist in 2002 and started her career working on surgery and rehabilitation wards in hospital. She then held clinical positions within learning disability teams and gained a postgraduate certificate in dementia studies.  At this time she experienced a bereavement and despite having never been interested in exercise she started to explore how to use physical activity to overcome depression.


She developed a love of Olympic style weightlifting, hiking and going to the gym.

Within her role as lead occupational therapist at a mental health hospital she set up a gym and physical activity program.

Between 2013 and 2019 she was a wellbeing advisor and mental health coordinator at Warwick University. 

She is actively involved with a number of charities and between 2013 and 2019 was the treasurer and committee member for the national charity the University Mental Health Advisors Network.

In 2018 she created MoodLifter as she was passionate about the benefits of exercise so combined her two expertise in mental health/ wellbeing and personal training.

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