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Wendy Jardine

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w/c 29th October 2018

Published on 28th October 2018

The clocks tell us winter is on it's way. We will keep warm from the inside out. Warming our stabilisers and toning and strengthening our movers. And as we work through our bodies we know we are preparing every bit of them to walk tall and with ease, so we can keep moving forwards, as the leaves settle on

w/c 22nd October 2018

Published on 21st October 2018

All this week we'll be mastering the moves by adding layer upon layer with feeling and connection. Monday 7,8,9 Tuesday 10,11 Wednesday 8,9,10 The 9 am on Wednesday is advanced and each move rapidly develops to advanced. The 10 am on Wednesday is led by you. This is the Wednesday Workshop, where you bring

w/c 15th October 2018

Published on 14th October 2018

A flowing class, no equipment, just our bodies and our minds, our breath and our movement. All this week.

8th October 2018

Published on 7th October 2018

This week we're using new equipment. Pilates Power Rings, aka Isotoners, Circles, and those round bendy things for resistance. I'm very much looking forward to working with them. We'll start with breath, then the neck and work our way down the body. In Advanced, once we've organised, placed ourselves and warmed through, we'll rapidly progress

1st October 2018

Published on 30th September 2018

This week we'll do wonders with the ball and block.  Whole body of course, from the inside out and stronger, longer, taller and more agile we will be.  Can't wait to see you in class. Mixed level sessions beginners to advanced: Monday 7,8,9 am Tuesday 10,11 am and Wednesday 8 am (Wednesday 9 am working

w/c 24th September 2018

Published on 23rd September 2018

This week we'll use the Pilates balls and do wonderful things for our knees and core with some rolling and box work,to stretch our backs and work our butts.

 

 

"Watch a cat, as it lazily opens its eyes, slowly looks around, and gradually prepares to rise after a nap. First, it gradually rises on its hindquarters and then gradually lowers itself again, at the same time sprawling out on the floor, leisurely stretching its forepaws (with extended claws) and legs. Observe closely how all its back muscles actually ripple as it stretches and relaxes itself.... Observe, too, how cats sleep - utterly relaxed whether they happen to be lying on their back, side or belly, Contrology exercises emphasize the need for this constant stretching and relaxing"

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