Starting on the 18th of March
If any of these is true this course is a perfect place to start.
Other courses coming up soon:
This 6 week course brings together gentle pregnancy yoga with biomechanics based Restorative Exercise to help you go through your pregnancy feeling your best. Through these six weeks we will explore healthy alignment in pregnancy and how to avoid common niggles of the increased weight and decreased space for breathing, pelvic floor health beyond isolated pelvic floor exercises and how to prepare the body for birth. It will help you build body awareness, functional strength and emotional resilience for a smooth transition into motherhood.
What if you can significantly improve your health just by walking? This 6 week course focuses on restoring foot dexterity, lower leg mobility and a balanced strength of the pelvic musculature. Developing a healthy alignment will transform your walking into a powerful health-sustaining activity. Perfect for anyone with foot, knee, hip or back pain or pelvic floor disorders. All the sessions are outside, walking in nature.
This playful outdoor movement workshop explores all the things you can do while your children play at the playground to strengthen your body. Hint: it’s not looking at your phone :)
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You can make up one session you missed in the next term for free, if there is space. For every next one you will need to pay the regular drop-in price which is £30 for the workshops and £20 for the exercise classes.
Another option would be to book a 1 hour private where we would go through the bits that you missed. I could give you a 20% discount on the regular price.
We are slowly building up complexity as each week is dedicated to developing a different motor skill and adding it to the previous ones. I really want to make sure that everyone fully benefits from the course, so if you miss more than two sessions it might make more sense to re-book the whole course in the next term or once you are ready to commit.