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NEW PILATES CLASS AT THE STUDIO

We still have a few places left in our new Pilates Preparation class starting on Wednesday 26th August 5.45 — 6.45pm at The Studio.

Some of the benefits which you can expect to achieve from Pilates are:

Improves posture
Improves mobility and flexibility of the spine
Increases muscle strength, endurance and tone
Promotes healthy joints
Promotes a more efficient and supportive core
Increases stability for the pelvis and shoulders
Facilitates injury prevention and physical rehabilitation
Improves motor skills such as balance and co-ordination
Builds stamina and increases circulation
Encourages deep and efficient breathing
Improves well being
Alleviates aches and pains, particularly back problems
Through weight bearing exercises, it helps to improve bone density
Relieves stress and tension
Heightens body awareness
Improves quality of life

Please contact Jill on 01829 771895 for further information

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