We have have had a busy summer, planning up and coming events. So what’s new!! Starting Wednesday 4th September we have a 6 week Beginners Pilates Class 6-7pm, at St Mary’s Church Hall, Sabden. This will have both myself (Julia) and Vicky teaching together. This provides a much better service for you and ensures you … Continue reading An Update on HartleyHeys
Ever wanted to try Pilates but didn't want to attend an established class!!Starting on the Wednesday 4th September 6 -7pm, we are holding a Pilates Class for beginners. We have 2 teachers throughout the 6 week course to guide you through each exercise. We start with the basics of breathing correctly, pelvic floor engagement then … Continue reading New Pilates Workshop for Beginners
The core doesn't just include the stomach muscles. But also incorporates the back, glutes and shoulders. If you visualise a square box from the top of your shoulders to below your bottom this is all classed as your core. The glutes are an important part of the core and is your power house. Have a … Continue reading Do You Have A Lazy Bottom?
It has been proven time and time again that Pilates exercises are an important part of any persons exercise regime. Many professional sports people take part in regular Pilates sessions. Even the England football team have been completing Pilates sessions as part of their daily regime. A strong core is not about a 6 pack … Continue reading England Footballers Do Pilates Sessions
How many times do you think we have heard I would love to do Yoga but I cant touch my toes? Far too many. Our Yoga classes are inclusive wether you are flexible your not. Yoga Improves Full Body Strength, if you picture a yoga class, you imagine the class twisted into portions not possible. … Continue reading You Don’t Need To Be Bendy To Love Yoga
Hip openers are the most requested moves in Yoga and can bring a sense of release to the person. Virtually the whole of what we practise in yoga opens the hips from a up dog to a wheel pose. There are over 20 muscles that cross the hips, adductors, hip flexors and lateral rotators. In … Continue reading Why Are Hip Openers Are So Good For Me ?