I founded JN2 FocusFit in 2005 to answer to the rising progress of obesity and its related illnesses. High intensity workout like Beachbody Insanity and LesMills programs were classes I was teaching. Getting results for me and my clients in pursuit of that skinny body was a must. Through the years, the company went through different format but it is after I was diagnosed with a degenerative disc disease in 2017 that it became clear for me that my idea of been fit and healthy completely shift. I turned to classes like yoga and pilates to help me manage my new condition. Wellness, happiness, fun and especially creating a pain free life for myself had became paramount. Today, this is the kind of fitness I want to share.


Jackee Nya Nkuinji
Founder & Owner

My Mission

Focus on YOU becoming the healthiest you can be, and accept the beautiful being you already are

My Values

I want each individual experiencing my classes to feel welcome into a fun, friendly and open minded group

I want to challenge my participants so they can reach a new awareness of their potential while providing support on their journey

Our Vision

Creating inspirational stories one person at the time and reach the ultimate... Bollocks! I can't do this anymore. Girl Just Want To Have Fun. Come and joint already !!!

Jackee came into fitness with a background in entertainment acquired as a dancer at Disneyland Paris (1997-2001), and a choreographer for the ClubMed Holiday Resort (France, Greece and Morocco, 2001-2002). Her experience in dance has enhanced and motivated her to explore the exercise to music programs that proposed health clubs when she moved to the UK in 2003. But the struggle with food that her sibling - today deceased-, then later herself, had been through, and the psychological affects that it had on her family and herself convinced her to turn her career toward health and fitness and passed her personal trainer and exercise to music certificate with the YMCA in 2004. She worked has a gym instructor for Fitness First before going on her own as a freelancer in 2005. She has been teaching individual and group fitness exercises all across London for over 13 years; outdoors, indoors, at her clients place or the gym. Then, in 2017, after being diagnosed with degenerative disc disease in the lumbar area, she struggle to reconcile with the new reality of her body, crisis of her idea of fitness and health and a crisis in her choice of career. Unable to perform her classes, she's reaching out to her fitness community and found some answers and alternatives by changing her mind set through yoga and pilates. With the support of her peers and participants she learned to embrace her new body and qualify as a yoga teacher. Through her experience she has learned to be even more empathetic to others circumstances. This was a critical learning curve that renewed her love for health, fitness and wellness.

"Change can be scary but it also can be the precursor of unknown opportunities. Change is life. Stagnation is death.  Let's find together what change will bring to you." Jackee