Six months after meeting Richard, Angie was employed by Cher who, together with young starlets such as Britt Ekland, Maude Adams and Priscilla Presley, were regular visitors to her classes. Angie started working with Cher as her personal trainer - a relationship which lasted for almost 20 years - and so embarked on a journey that would take her through the beginning of the health movement, the exercise revolution, supplementing and the rise of plastic surgery.
Angie is turning her attention to the needs of peri- and post-menopausal women, who, science has decided, will live well past the age of 100 unlike their parents or grandparents. This means the conditioned ageing of previous generations and the belief of 70 being old cannot exist in the best kept lifestyle. Based on her own life experiences, Angie believes that taking responsibility for your own health by creating a "Best Kept" lifestyle for women as individuals will make it possible to live these years pain free, ageing symptom free.
A combination of exercise which she believes is the key to anti-ageing, eating essential foods for this time of life that have a purpose and anti-ageing supplements will make it possible for women to live these years as fully as they do today. As she says, “50 is the new 40”, but it is up to each individual person to choose the type and quality of life they want to lead.
Angie currently runs her own fitness studio in Henley on Thames, Bestbodys, giving the Henley ladies Hollywood bodies. She writes her own column monthly for the Henley Standard and is patron to the Headway Thames Valley charity for brain injuries.