Movement, Mindfulness and Meditation
Sue Keers, a highly skilled physiotherapist, mindfulness and compassion practitioner runs 8-week mindfulness courses. Learn how to use mindfulness in your day to day life in order to address issues such as stress and persistent pain.
For further information and to book please contact Sue Keers on 01884 840842
Pilates is a focussed, relaxing form of exercise, designed to encourage tone and movement throughout the body. It concentrates on strengthening the deep abdominal muscles known as your ‘core’, creating a stable pelvis and long, supple limbs.
Harriet Tubbs teaches Thrive Pilates classes on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings.
For further information and to book please contact Harriet on 07791 234319
Tai Chi is a series of slow controlled movements which flow from one to another, making up a sequence which is called a ‘form’. It may appear to resemble a sort of dance, but its origins are in the Chinese martial arts. This gentle Chinese exercise has been practised for hundreds of years, and has many benefits, including the relief of stress and tension. Bev Fernandes teaches weekly classes on Wednesdays. For further information and to book please contact Bev on 07880 555984.
Yoga is an ancient form of exercise that focuses on strength, flexibility and breathing to boost physical and mental wellbeing. The main components of yoga are postures (a series of movements designed to increase strength and flexibility) and breathing.
Julia Baldock teaches yoga on Monday evenings and Steph Leitner teaches yoga on Friday mornings.