‘The best use of theory is in better practice’

Designed to help you improve your awareness, body mechanics and movement experience, these 90-minute stand-alone sessions are open to anyone who would like to deepen their understanding of how their body functions optimally and feel more confident practicing at home.

Saturday 9th October 8.00 – 9.30 am
Healthy Hips, Happy Knees and Back: Our hips literally move us through life but are problem area for many.  Stiff hips, weak hips, hips that “grip” and other such descriptions are commonplace, and can be a cause of lower back and knee pain.  In this workshop we look in more detail at the hip joint, what movements a healthy hip should be capable of, why we may be experiencing problems and how to improve this. You will be given tools to apply in daily life as well as exercises to practice at home in order to increase the health and function of your hips.

Saturday 23rd October8.00 – 9.30 am
Find your Feet, Improve your Balance: The feet are the foundation of the entire body and our grounding to the earth. We can build a strong and flexible body but if the feet are not strong, supple and ‘awake’ we are building upon a weak foundation.  This fun and practical masterclass will give you simple, yet effective tools and techniques to mobilise and strengthen your feet and ankles and exercises building on this foundation to improve your balance and gait.

Saturday 6th November8.00 – 9.30 am
Connected to your Core: Being centered is both physical and psychological. In this workshop we will look at exercises that release, tone and condition our deep core stabilising muscles, including psoas and the pelvic floor. We will explore how alignment and breathing rather than muscular contraction can improve abdominal tone and internal organ health, and enable us to move and function more naturally.

Saturday 20th November8.00 – 9.30 am
Breathe and Move Freely: Modern life is full of constant stimulation and stress, which can unbalance the nervous system and lead to accumulative tension being held in the body structure and chemistry. This has implications for our mental health and immune system. In this workshop we will explore the physiology of stress, look at how the nervous system functions and how to promote better balance through exercises, breathing and relaxation techniques.

Get in touch at or
07855 453 694 to find out more