Marathons, running and preventing your niggles from turning into injuries
Running, its easy, you just put one foot in front of the other and it’ll be fine because we are all built for it, right? Unfortunately, it’s not that simple, a staggering 90% of all runners get injured at some point in a year. The nature of running produces a very repetitive movement and most injuries are due to over use or overstraining. For me it’s the outside of my knee, it doesn't actually hurt, it’s just annoying...
Pregnancy Yoga with Angie Chapman on Wed mornings at 10am. Its a very friendly and fun drop in class, £9 per session. This class is designed to keep you moving safely during pregnancy, to strengthen and tone and help your body ease through the changes ahead. It also incorporates important elements of relaxation and breathing techniques making it a well rounded,active but gentle class. If you have any questions or are interested give us a call.
Pilates after Easter! We have two new 6 week pilates classes with Aileen Ross, starting on the 14th of April. There are only 8 spaces in this class to allow optimal teacher:student ratio so you benefit from close attention, posture adjustment and having your individual needs addressed better.
Classes take place on THURSDAY: join our popular Morning class: 10.30am - 11.30am or our brand new Evening class from 6pm - 7pm.
Classes are open to block bookers who will be guaranteed a space but are also open to drop-in participants, provided the class hasn't been filled. Block of 6: £48; Drop in: £10.
Rosie Haysom's Yoga classes on a TUESDAY morning:
The first class is a dynamic flow yoga class suitable for individuals with a reasonable level of fitness and some basic yoga experience.
The second class is a gentle flow class, suitable for those looking for a slow and gentle class or anyone with injuries and pain.
Please speak to Rosie directly on 07734 944535 if you are interested in either of the classes, she will be able to guide you which class is best and also to book you in directly.