The next workshop in our Improving Performance & Injury Prevention for runners will be will be 'Improving Speed for Runners'.
This class and the workshop is free to everyone.
In a slight change, the workshop has now been pre-recorded and is available to watch whenever suits you best. The two previous workshops have also now been recorded and if you would like to watch these just let me know.
The speed conditioning class will be held on Friday 3rd July at 17:30.
If you would like to sign up to watch the workshop only please click here: Online workshop only.
To sign up to both the class and to watch on the online workshop please click here: Class & Workshop Sign Up.
Once you have filled in the form, you will recieve a link to the online workshop and also a Zoom code invite for the online class.
Any questions, please feel free to ask.
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A question came through to my Facebook page recently, after I posted a weekly Pilates exercise video (which you can watch here) and as it’s something I’ve been asked a few times before I thought I write an article about the subject.
Here’s the important part of the question
“…I have recently started (pre-lockdown) a Pilates class on the advice of my doctor, after lower back and neck pain. Unfortunately, some of the moves are causing pain. I enjoy the classes, but don’t like the pain. Should I stop doing Pilates? Or avoid the moves that are hurting?”
The article below should help with these points.
Pilates Instructor & Therapist, helping you understand why we do what we do!