Wendy Jardine Pilates
Pilates - West Dulwich

Wendy Jardine

Pilates on the Mat in the Warm

Published on 21st November 2022


We're fortunate to be warm in the Room, and fortunate to be warm at home, over Zoom and Online.  Pilates is very comforting, but even better when we're sure to be warm. We are cosy and warm in the hall, too. Come and focus on yourself and find your inner strength with me, as we take our heads away from our fractious world and offer our bodies natural movement, and we might find our minds let go, too. 

ROOM: Monday 7, 8, 930 am Tuesday 10,11 Wednesday 8, 930 (and 1030 Chair) All Saints, Rosendale Road, West Dulwich We have FOUR weeks of room sessions before we take a break. 


We have THREE weeks of zoom sessions before we take a break

Monday 21st 11 am Chair https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88038664713

Tuesday 22nd 8 am Matwork https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89331918230

Thursday 24th 8 am Matwork https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82389132814

Thursday 24th 9 am (1017th) Matwork https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84702977802

Thursday 24th 10 am Chair https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84137470243

Click to join me ONLINE 24/7 If you'd like membership for the festive weeks only, please transfer £10 to my account, and I'll set it up for you, I will then email you your login.  Your login will be your email address, and I'll create an easy password, you can always change it. If you want to gift the library to your friends, please let me know their email address and I can set up their login. I will then send you their login details, which you can email to them with a personalised message!  The library will be accessible to you from the day you transfer your £10 to the end of January.

For sessions at the RAD, please contact me directly. We're together every Monday, THREE sessions left, to and including 5th December, at 1250 in the Linbury Studio. 

Breathe Connect Move

With all best wishes


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