Trigger Point PilatesEvery Monday

Time: 10:00-11:00 

Drop in £10

Six class pass £50  (valid for three months)

To book please contact your teacher:

Lucy lucyeyrefitness@gmail.com


https://www.facebook.com/lucyeyrefitness/ Or book via MoveGB

Trigger Point Pilates™ has evolved. It is a combination of Pilates based exercises combined with Myofascia Release which is traditionally a hands-on therapy. Learn a mat work class/system, discover how to apply the principals of Self – Myofascia Release (SMR ). Releasing myofascial trigger points that can often interfere with proper core initiation and provide improved proprioceptive awareness to the user. The method uses one’s own body weight, movement, the breath and equipment to create the soft tissue release.

TheTrigger Point Pilates™ programme was created by Lydia Campbell, originally for her own rehab. Having had 8 knee operations, chronically tight from scar tissue she had to learn to walk again, she couldn’t drive to have physiotherapist, she had to do it alone time and time again with almost non weight bearing exercises or movement for 5 months at a time and lead a functional life, still presenting, teaching and educating. Combining her knowledge of functional Pilates, Sports remedial therapy with 7 years of Myofascial Clinical training. She created a unique programme that works! Developed over 10 years of teaching and getting great results from clinic clients and TTP classes.

The training method helps alleviate chronic pain conditions and constant muscular tightness, undoing muscular restrictions and enhances functional movement. At the end of a class one feels light, lengthened and able to move with total ease.

Postnatal Pilates – Every Wednesday

Time: 10:00-11:00

Starts: 7th of March

Book via: Sian: www.feelgoodfitness.org  or sian@feelgoodfitness.org

This class will help you reconnect with your deep muscles that can become ‘switched off’ following pregnancy and child birth. With tailored movements the class is suitable for those with a tummy gab (diastasis recti), pelvic floor dysfunction and c-section.
You will need to have had your GP check to clear you for exercise before you start (6-8 week vaginal, 10-12 week c-section).

Pilates- Every Saturday (Starts 24-feb)

Book via: Sian: www.feelgoodfitness.org  or sian@feelgoodfitness.org

Time: 11:00-11:50

Pilates works to strengthen the deep core muscles that consist of the pelvic floor, diaphram, trasversus abdominals, and multifidus to help improve posture, through precise and controlled movements.

Pilates challenges both the muscles and the mind giving both a good workout, helping to achieve longer, more defined and toned muscles.

Pilates is suitable for both men and women and can aid in injury rehabilitation and post pregnancy.

All classes can be tailored to allow for specific needs and abilities in a friendly and informal environment.

Benefits of Pilates
By using both the body and the mind we create a balance in our bodies that will help us to be more efficient in everyday movements. Some of the benefits of regular Pilates practice includes:

improved flexibility
better muscle tone and strength
strong abdominals and pelvic floor
lower stress levels and improved sleeping patterns
improved posture
greater joint mobility
less chance of back pain
increased joint mobility
improved balance and co-ordination

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