Taster Introduction class Class|
Wednesdays 10th September 9.45am
Wednesdays 9.45am – 10.45am
For men and women, Pilates aims to increase muscle strength and tone, flexibility and control of the body. As a result you will feel stronger, leaner and improve your posture.
Pilates is an ideal form of exercise for a wide range of people as the exercises are slow and controlled, working with the breath and concentration. This safe form of exercise is recommended by
many health practitioners today.
You don't have to be fit to start but equally you can still be challenged if you are currently working out regularly. You may be surprised at the level of strength required but this is because
many of the exercises can be adapted to challenge your level of fitness.
Classes can be booked in 6 week blocks at a charge of £42 or alternatively you can attend on a `pay as you go’ basis (subject to availability) at a charge of £8 per class.
You are welcome to attend a taster/introduction class at Manor Barn on Wednesday September 10 at 9.45am. This will be at the reduced charge of £4.
Please contact Judy to confirm your interest/attendance at:
email@example.com or call Tel: 07778 354 881
“My long term back problem is now in the past thanks to Judy’s help and superb teaching skills.”
“Judy’s pilates classes are excellent. She makes the sessions varied, challenging and fun and is able to cater for students with different levels of ability. Personally I have noticed a real
improvement in my core strength and general level of fitness.”
“….I’ve been attending Judy’s pilates classes for a year and a half and believe that they now represent an intrinsic part of my life. Her professional knowledge of anatomy and physiology
also ensures she caters for all her students, whatever their age, physical condition or experience level. I can’t recommend the classes highly enough.”
Judy initially worked in London in public relations progressing to Managing Director of a PR company that specialised in arts and entertainment. During this time, Judy suffered from
several sports injuries and, while undergoing rehabilitation for a long-term back injury, became very interested in massage and complementary therapies. Ten years after setting up her company she
went back to college to train as a sports and remedial massage therapist.
While working in this new role, Judy attended a Pilates Rehabilitation workshop and noticed how using this form of exercise was achieving positive results for back, shoulder and neck pain
sufferers. Encouraged by this, she went on to become a fully qualified pilates instructor.
Judy has been teaching Clinical Pilates and Fitness Pilates classes for nearly three years
07778 354 881