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Classes available:




Alexande Technique

Pilates is named after Joe Pilates, its inventor.  German by birth, he moved to New York in the 1920s and set up an exercise studio.  His clients were in the main dancers, specifically the New York Ballet, and much of his original repertoire was very challenging.  The Pilates Institute modified the 15 movements based on research done in New Zealand - ‘Therapeutic Exercise for Spinal Segmental Stabilization in Low Back Pain’ (Richardson, Jull, Hodges and Hides, 1999).  This approach ensures that the muscles and fascia supporting the lower back are reprogrammed to act as stabilisers rather than movers.   

The classes themselves are small, to ensure clients receive sufficient hands-on correction to target the core.  The movements are low level and precise to encourage the deep stabilising system to engage. 

Our class times (and teachers):

10.30am-11.30am (Sarah Hennessy)
5.35pm-6.35pm (Sarah Hennessy)

5.15pm-6.15pm (Sarah Hennessy)
9.30am - 10.30am (Kirsty Harte)
11am-12pm (Kirsty Harte)
5.30pm-6.30pm (Sarah Hennessy)

£60 per 6-week course.
Mondays: 6-7pm Hatha Yoga (Emily Sheriff)
*starting Monday 19th February 2024.
Please contact Emily direct for more information: 
Wednesdays: 7pm-8pm  Renew and Refresh Yoga  (Rachel Dean
Expect a short Vinyassa style warm up followed by a focus on specific yoga poses to deepen body awareness. Wind down with relaxing restorative Yin Yoga and end with deep relaxation
For more information or to book a place, please contact Rachel direct on 07725 878867 or email: 

Thursdays:  7.15pm-8.30pm Hatha Yoga (Gill Valentine)


Fun and friendly class suitable for beginners and established yogis, just bring yourself and comfy clothes. Mats provided.

To book a place please contact Gill direct:


New class April 2024 

The intention of the MBSR course is to enable you to learn how to embrace life in the present, letting go of worrying about the future, or dwelling on the past. Each week you will learn how to meditate through a variety of practices, which include sitting, standing, moving/stretching, walking and lying down. You will learn how to become aware of your body and its physical sensations, as well as its connection to emotions and thoughts. Most importantly, you will be training how to manage the habits of the mind, so that you gradually become more adept at noticing when the mind wanders and learn how to observe your thoughts, instead of getting caught up in them.


To find out more and to book a place, please contact Judi Sharifi direct:


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