By Rachel Ross - 14th December 2016 8:00am
The Beginner Pilates class in the Scouts Centre on a Thursday (6:45pm-7:45pm) has been a great success. Those involved have started to feel the benefits of Pilates to the body. It's been great to see their progress and improvement in body awareness and control.
This class will now continue as an "Improvers" class with capacity for a few others that have done Pilates before. With new equipment purchased this class will test out my new balance pads, rollers to lengthen out through the whole body and also a chance to try out the resistance bands! More toning, more flexibility, more control!
As that class develops I have also been approached about starting a new "Beginners" class helping newbies into Pilates start their journey. I look forward to working with some new faces.
As the New Year approaches and resolutions start to be made I hope you consider Pilates as an option as a safe, effective form of exercise for you, either recovering from injury or for conditioning.
Whatever your aims, we can discuss them at your initial 1:1. I continue to extend my offer for a free 30 minute 1:1 session (usually £30) prior to starting the class. This is to ensure you develop a good understanding of the Pilates principals prior to starting the class.
Course of 6 for £66 in the Scouts Centre, Haddenham Thursdays at 7:50pm-8:50pm. Depending on interest I may also consider a Tuesday or Wednesday class at 8pm.
Email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
I look forward to hearing from you!
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