Gush, pour, splash!

Boogie Fit
6:30 pm - 7:15 pm
Mon
May 28, 2018
 
 

Massive April rainstorms!

The weather isn’t what we had hoped for so we will just have to get on with it and make our own sunshine! ‘The world is as we are’, which means it’s how we choose to react and respond to the world around us that creates our world, how we view opportunities and so on!

Goodness what a busy weekend I’ve had, culminating in delivering my ante post natal course on Sunday. A day of talking, responding, listening and inspiring fellow Pilates teachers is exhausting even for me! So a long dog walk, a hot bath, PJs, doggie snuggles and a movie was very much necessary to help me to recover from a wonderful but hard day ready to be back on it today for you guys and the week ahead.

I wasn’t the only one going for it this weekend, DYBO Gals Vicki Bee and Abi Arris ran the Fleet half marathon this weekend. Bravo ladies – hope you are happy with your performance and not hurting too much today!

Steve’s ONE Pro riders were racing again this weekend in preparation for this coming week’s Tour de Yorkshire, where they will be mixing it against the likes of the mighty Sky team. Good luck ONE Pro Cycling. You can see the racing live on both ITV4 and Eurosport every day from Thursday to Sunday this week.

 

Health talks and workshops
Lots of folks have asked me about more talks and workshops such as another Gut Health talk, Pelvic Floor health and ‘Abtastic’ (Abs and Backs) and Grid
(myofascial release and self massage). Please let me know which you are interested in and when I get enough of you, I shall schedule accordingly.

 

Tell me what you want, what you really, really want!
Thank you to those of you who have sent me music suggestions for classes. I’m working through them – keep them coming!

 

Mixing It Up
Being consistent with activity (with sufficient frequency and intensity) is key to achieving and maintaining health, fitness and figure goals. Varying our activity is also an important element of moving forward with our mental and physical health. Challenging our body systems (muscles, neurology, fascia and so on) in a variety of ways, creates greater results and keeps us engaged and interested in being active. This is why I offer such a broad range of classes and PT offerings, I recommend you try several of them and mix it up a bit. Complete wellness is achieved (in part) by working on improving posture, mobility, flexibility, stability, cardio vascular fitness, muscular strength, balance, co-ordination, and agility, cross training (training in a variety of ways) helps us achieve these goals and allows us to be active daily (as we are designed to be) with a reduced risk of injury or overtraining!

 

Thank you Kate Harris for this week’s tasty and vegan recipe!
Click on this link – I can’t wait to try it!

Have a fab week, let’s keep making our own sunshine!

Love ya,
Helen x

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As a keen club runner I had become frustrated at a number of recurring running injuries. After seeing a variety of different physios and chiropractors, with varying degrees of success but no complete solution, I was recommended to Helen. Helen took a different approach to other practitioners, looking at the whole body structure, core strength and flexibility and initially recommending a programme based around my basic posture, rather than the actual location of the pain. Following the exercises and programmes recommended by Helen I have managed to stay injury free for over 18 months, and am able to train at increasing levels of intensity. Thank you!
Darren Atkins