Summer Six Week Yoga Course
Wednesdays 6.00 am – 7.00 am
Dates: June 21st, 28th, July5th, 12th, 19th, 26th
This will be a dynamic flowing practise of sun salutations
We will also be adding to our Dragon Sequence
Get your day off to an energrtic start and feel the energy flow!
Not suitable for complete beginners.
Limited to just SIX places
Email Sue on email@example.com
We are delighted to announce that David will be holding Clinical Somatics sessions at Body Nurture on the following dates this year:
Please contact David directly for more information or to book
His details are:
Mobile 07702 665283
Join us at Body Nurture on Sunday 19th March
As we celebrate the coming of SPRING
2.00 – 4.00 pm £10
** Gentle yoga
for more info/to book
(actual equinox Monday 20th – but we’re celebrating as close as we can)
How would you like to……..
*Improve your mobility, coordination and technique?
*Learn to engage the muscles required to increase your club head speed?
Join us for a Pilates based GOLF workshop at
Body Nurture Yoga and Pilates studio,
Blackburn Road, Egerton BL7 9SN
With studio owner Sue Bailey
and fellow Pilates teacher Nicole Richards
Saturday 1st April 2017
2.00 – 4.00 pm
Cost £40 including light refreshments
BRING A GOLF CLUB!!
Places will be limited – so don’t delay. Reserve your space by emailing Sue on firstname.lastname@example.org
or call 07887 922356
Personality and Advanced Colour Workshop
Saturday March 4th 2017 2.00 pm – 5.00 pm
With Penny Elger from House of Colour
Find our your ‘clothing personality’
Discover why you have things in your wardrobe that are “just not me”
Find out how to make the most of your colour palate
Just £ 5 for an afternoon of fun – including a glass of fizz and nibbles
Starting Monday 13th March 2017
9.30 – 10.30 am
Who is this class for?
*Clients who are ready to move up from their L1 class
*Clients currently attending a L2 or L2/3 class who need an extra class or can’t make their regular class some weeks. (You can ‘mix & match’ classes)
*Already booked in on another day and would prefer this new class? Please email Sue with your requirements.
Chronic muscle tension in the centre of the body places undue pressure on the hips, knees & ankles. Over time this leads to muscle and joint pain, inflexibility and reduced mobility. Explore gentle, floor based movements that will relax your back, waist, hips and legs and experience greater ease of movement, suppleness and balance.
Who is this workshop suitable for?
Anyone who has experienced or is experiencing tension and stiffness in the hips and legs who would like to learn gentle movements to regain flexibility, balance and ease of movement. This workshop is also for those who sit for long periods (desk, computer work, driving). It is for anyone interested in moving better.
It will be of particular benefit to walkers, cyclists, golfers, runners and/or yoga practitioners who would like to improve the way they perform in their chosen activity.
Features of this workshop:
* Learn why unconsciously held, habitually tight muscles in the centre of the body cause excess tension, stiffness and pain in the hips and legs
* Explore slow, gentle Hanna Somatic Movements to relax the back, waist, hips and legs for more fluid walking, running, balance and ease of movement
* Release accumulated muscular tension from sitting, stress and other habitual patterns
* Integrate the upper body with the legs and hips for greater stability and co-ordination
What do I need to bring?
Comfortable clothing you can move and breathe in.
Venue: Body Nurture
Date: Saturday 11th February 2017
Time: 10.00 pm – 2.00 pm
Participants: Maximum 12
Light refreshments provided
Teachers: David Fleming & Amanda Franklin
Booking Contact: Sue on email@example.com to reserve your place – or sign up on the notice board list. Everyone welcome.
New Pilates Class
Starting Monday 19th September 6.00 pm – 7.00 pm
A challenging class using Arc Barrels, Pilates circles, Weighted balls, Foam rollers, Flexi bands, Swiss balls, Soft balls…. Not all at once!
Suitable for existing Body Nurture clients who have attended regular classes.
New clients would need to attend a one to one session plus at least 6 regular classes before joining an equipment class.
Cost for 6 classes £42
To book or for more details email Sue on firstname.lastname@example.org
Restorative Yoga Taster Session
Monday 15th August 10.30 am – 12.00 here at Body Nurture with Sue
Thinking of trying yoga? Come and join us for a gentle, relaxing one and a half hours of restorative bliss. Suitable for complete beginners. Just £5 for this trial session.
Classes starting in September – Mondays 10.30 – 12.00
Contact Sue - email@example.com for full details
with David Fleming
A lovely follow up if you attended the first workshop at Body Nurture in June – also suitable for complete beginners…..
The Myth of Ageing refers to the belief that as we get older our physical ability declines and we become more and more restricted in our movements. This need not be the case!
During this Workshop you will be introduced to the 8 basic exercises originally presented by Thomas Hanna in his book Somatics – Reawakening the Mind’s Control of Movement, Flexibility & Health. These are commonly known as the Myth of Ageing series, hence the name.
During the four hours we will be moving through the different areas of the body and the muscles that control them. You will be developing a new awareness and therefore a new ability for understanding and controlling your own living body.
Although this is a movement workshop we will be working with the messages sent from the brain to the muscles. These messages can become habitual and ‘stuck in a loop’ which can result in pain and stiffness that can then lead to chronic pain and injury.
By the end of this workshop you will have a basic awareness of the simple movement which will gently release and realign your body. Over time these movements will bring you more in touch with your body and give you the ability to sense for yourself if there is stiffness and deal with it before it leads to pain and restriction. This is an empowering process giving you the knowledge to maintain your own physical wellbeing on a neuromuscular level.
The Workshop is appropriate for all, regardless of general physical ability. The only requirement for attending these classes is the ability to get down and up from the ground and to be able to lie on your front, back and/or sides for a period of time.
It will especially be of benefit to anyone experiencing muscular aches and pains, and accompanying restricted and inhibited movement, who would like to learn new ways to diminish and eliminate pain and expand and enhance their quality and range of movement gently and easily.