This year has just flown by, its been a busy year for me with training courses and working with my classes and PT sessions. It has certainly been a year for colds and other illness, I hope you and your family have managed to stay fit and healthy during 2019.
In June Ladies, Gents and children gathered together to take part in the Night to remember walk for St Barnabas, they did either 7 miles, 14 miles or 21 miles. You can image how sore your legs, knees and feet would be after this distance. So I set up my stretch station and was joined by another fitness professional, we helped ease their tight and sore muscles. We started our shift at midnight and finished at 4.30am, we certainly enjoyed our bacon rolls which we had for breakfast. Next years date for the Night to remember walk is 27th June, so if you fancy joining in the fun put the date in your diary and register to get your place...I will be there to ease your muscles at the end. :-)
As some of you may know, I enjoy being outdoors and exploring new places. So in the summer I had two long weekends away in Wales in the Gower area and North Devon, the weather was fairly kind to us so managed to go on some interesting walks. Both these areas are beautiful and the scenery is amazing, I can highly recommend visiting them.
So what will 2020 bring? I am hoping to do a few new small workshops/courses to keep my knowledge up to date and look into starting some new classes that cover fall prevention/Parkinson's/MS and other health conditions. In January I will be using a new venue for my Southwater Pilates classes held on a Thursday at 1.30pm, the new venue is:
The Church rooms