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Pilates in the Village Hall

There are two new pilates classes starting up in summer 2018 at Brightwell Village Hall: a gentle remedial morning class (Wed 10.30am) and a stronger evening strength and tone class (Tues, 6.15pm). Claire Saunders is a sports therapist, pilates teacher and nutritionist (BsC Hons). She brings to the classes a deep understanding of body structure through her 17 years experience in the field of sports injuries and anatomy.

Many people know that pilates flattens the stomach and strengthens pelvic floor muscles but there is in fact much more to pilates. Structural misalignments, aches and pains often result from a lack of core stability, weak postural muscles or muscle imbalances. Claire uses the Alan Herdman Pilates Method (Alan Herdman of physio-based exercises - specifically designed to make you feel stronger, leaner and more upright, even after your first class!

The 10.30am remedial class is suitable for anyone who can get down on the floor. Flexibility, balance, strength and posture are the key goals. Although this is a group class situation Claire has the training and experience to give individual guidance where needed and structural problems can be often be worked around.

The 6.15pm strength and tone class is a stronger class with more flow and deep core strength elements. Aimed at those who want to see and feel a difference in their power, body shape, muscle tone and symmetry.

The classes begin on 31st July and 1st August 2018. The good news is YOUR FIRST TIME IS FREE.. If you are interested or have any questions please contact Claire on 07906652603 or email

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