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Fri 28 February11:00amTenStretchErica Foulds
Erica’s love and appreciation for both general fitness and precise movement started early, with classical ballet training. This dual passion for technique-driven exercise and a good old-fashioned workout can also is reflected in her many qualifications – she combines a degree in human communication science with qualifications in personal training, fitness instruction and indoor cycling.
Erica is equally happy helping people recover from serious injury (she has previously worked as an exercise rehab therapist in a clinical stroke rehabilitation unit) and pushing people to achieve their fitness goals (spin and gruelling outdoor fitness sessions are particular favourites of hers.)
For the majority of Erica’s career, she has worked for some of London's top financial institutions as a corporate fitness wellbeing advisor and personal trainer integrating health and fitness into the lives of the chronically time-poor.
Erica has a strong belief in the age old ‘healthy body, healthy mind’ motto and her passion is about making it available for all.
When not at the studio you can find her on a bike (with the latest Ibiza mixes keeping her on the pace) or tapping her toes to the beat at a Dalston jazz cafe.
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Fri 28 February4:15pmTenStretchMaria Athanaseli
With an BSc in Sports Science and an MSc in Applied Nutrition and Dietetics, Maria is passionate about improving overall well-being, through the combination of nutrition and exercise.

Eager to extend her knowledge and increase her skills as a Personal Trainer, she attended a private fitness school, in parallel with her studies. Throughout her career, she has continued to seek out opportunities for education and training and further enhance her abilities.

An athlete from childhood, Maria studied ballet classes and rhythmic gymnastics up until the start of her undergraduate studies. She discovered and quickly fell in love with Pilates at University.

An EREPS Certified Personal Trainer and Pilates Teacher (EQF Level 4), Maria is qualified across the full range of Pilates equipment, including Mat, Reformer, Tower and Chair. For the past few years, she has worked at some of Athens’ leading private gym clubs, and more recently as a Nutritionist assistant, formulating individual diet plans for clients.

Her never-ending passion and energy to learn innovative ideas and concepts led her to relocate to London and become part of the Ten team.

Maria enjoys being surrounded by joyful and positive people who maintain a healthy lifestyle and enjoy the emotional, mental and physical benefits of regular exercise.

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Fri 28 February10:00amTenStretchJennifer Bentley
From a young age Jen practised various disciplines of dance, including Ballet and Tap, and also Disco dancing, where she regularly danced competitively at events across the country. The first time she experienced Pilates was during dance classes as a teen, and was intrigues from the outset.

Whilst she loved her years of dancing, she moved to Bristol aged 18 to study a BA in Primary Teaching. Despite graduating with a 2.1 degree, she quickly realised that the school classroom was not for her, and that her true passion and vocation lay in movement and fitness.

In 2010 she completed her Level 3 Personal Training qualification and since then has have worked many of London’s leading gyms and fitness studios training clients 1-1 and leading TRX and PowerPlate classes. She later went on to gain her Mat Pilates certificate.

Jen credits Pilates entirely for allowing her to regain her core strength and stability and getting her back into shape quickly after the birth of her son over 4 years ago. What she loves most about Pilates is the amount of focus needed in order to execute each exercise with control and precision. Unsurprisingly, her classes will encourage you to zone out from all other distractions so you can achieve a great mind-body connection that lets you feel each movement – and its benefits.

In her free time you will find Jen spending time with her little boy and trying out different food spots in London – she does love a naughty burger – which she will burn off later at the gym!

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Fri 28 February12:00pmTenStretchAdam Ridler
Sport was always something Adam had a passion for, leading him to study Sports Science at university, initially focusing on strength & conditioning and performance enhancement, but quickly developing skills in other areas.

It was whilst studying that Adam’s other passion emerged, as he was introduced to rowing. He went on to become part of the Great British Lightweight development squad, enabling him to work alongside Olympic champion coaches and athletes.

Working with people to help them move well and understand their bodies is something Adam particularly enjoys. For him, what brings greatest satisfaction is working with people to overcome barriers, unlock their potential and understand what makes them feel their best brings.

Adam is a hugely experienced fitness professional. In addition to spending many years as a Personal Trainer and Dynamic Reformer Pilates instructor, he has also worked in corporate wellness, teaching employees to become more active throughout the day, and understanding both the short term performance and long term health benefits this brings.

He has also worked in the emerging and increasingly important field of Exercise as Medicine, leveraging the latest insights and data to demonstrate how exercise can be an important element in the prevention, treatment and recovery process for various illness and diseases.

By keeping an eye on the latest research and key opinions Adam believes in following the best practice and evidence based methods to continue to move forward with his skills and teaching methods.

Away from the studio Adam will most likely be found outdoors, ideally on the water, and whenever possible, competing at major national events.

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Sat 29 February3:00pmTenStretchEmily Rutherwood
Emily has always had a passion for dance, fitness and wellness. She began ballet training at just 2 years old. Her passion continued to grow and she became more serious about dance as a profession.

She spent 4 years at the BRIT School for Performing Arts and Technology before completing her studies and vocational training at the renowned Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance in London.

Emily holds a First Class Honours Degree in Contemporary Dance from Laban, having written her dissertation on the prevalence and impact of injuries in female contemporary dancers. She went on to achieve a Masters Degree in Dance Performance, investigating nutrition and its affects of performance for her thesis.

During her MA, Emily was a member of Transitions Dance Company 2015 where she toured the UK and overseas.

Through her studies, Emily became fascinated with body biomechanics and body movement. Shortly after graduating, Emily qualified as a Massage Therapist (VTCT Level 3). She began her career working at a holistic practise in London. Here, she gained valuable knowledge, skills and experience with regards to the human anatomy.

Keen to put her knowledge to physical practise, Emily began teaching Barre classes, a low impact method focusing on strength, posture and mobility. This intelligent exercise method fuelled her thirst for knowledge and inspired her to qualify as a Dynamic Reformer Pilates Trainer.

Coming from a dance background, Emily’s classes focus on alignment, mobility and core stability. She encourages her clients to focus on realigning the body whilst building strength.

In her time out of the studio, Emily loves to explore and travel. She enjoys adrenaline-fuelled activities and adventures.

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Sat 29 February2:00pmTenStretchNatacha Quintal
Natacha was born and raised in South Africa to a British mother and a Portuguese father. Sport has always been a big part of her life; from childhood she competed in indoor and outdoor soccer, field hockey, and touch rugby. A soccer injury introduced her to Biokinetics, where a fascination for the study of human movement evolved into a lifetime passion and a professional vocation.

Natacha obtained her BHSc Honours Degree in Biokinetics at the University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa, in 2015 after completing her undergraduate degree, BA in Sports Psychology at the University of Johannesburg, South Africa, in 2014. She was invited to join and is a member of the Golden Key International Honour Society.

As a Biokineticist, Natacha prescribes specialist and highly individual exercise and physical activity for rehabilitation and promotion of health and quality of life, primarily helping the management of injuries, illnesses and disabilities.
She is trained in the use of scientifically based exercise programs, concerned with the final phase rehabilitation and prescriptive exercise interventions for the improvement and/or maintenance of a broad spectrum of health conditions.

Natacha has worked with people suffering from a range of conditions, from postural correction to injury rehabilitation and prevention, from chronic diseases to organ transplants, from Parkinson’s disease to stroke patients, and from joint replacements to amputees.

Helping people is her passion, and she believes that there is nothing more rewarding than seeing someone you have worked with improve the quality of their life – whether that’s to improve mobility, become pain-free, or to return to a lifestyle or activity that they love.

Natacha is a genuinely kind individual, giving each and every client all of her time and effort in order to achieve their personal goals. She has a particular affinity for sports injuries, orthopaedic, chronic and neurological conditions, and enjoys working with individuals of all ages.

In her free time Natacha can be found exploring the streets of London, spending time with family and friends or traveling to new and exciting destinations.

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Sun 01 March10:00amTenStretchVicky Brown
Vicky qualified with a diploma in Advanced Personal Training with a particular interest in the science and techniques of Running, with a focus on injury prevention. She is also a qualified Indoor cycling instructor, which she loves for it’s ability to deliver an amazingly effective cardio workout – so expect her Cardiolates sessions to be particularly intense!
She has spent the last 5 years refining her skill as a Personal Trainer in an Independent Gym, which specialised in Pilates, working with a wide range of clients. It is here that she saw the amazing benefits of Pilates, and which inspired her join the TenPilates team.
When she’s not teaching classes, Vicky's big passion is running. She represented her county in her early teens and still enjoys running and training for half-marathons. She also coaches children in middle distance running.
As a mum herself, Vicky particularly looks forward to working with Pre and Post natal clients.
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Sun 01 March12:00pmTenStretchGurdev Hanspal

Having completed a BSc in Sports Therapy, Gurdev is now in the process of completing an MSc at St Mary’s Twickenham in Strength and Conditioning, so it’s no surprise that he is able to call upon a breadth of knowledge and range of coaching methods in order to help people achieve better mobility.

 

Having previously worked with a multitude of athletes in the disciplines of Track and Field, Football, American Football and Rugby, he’s also no stranger to performance enhancement and it’s also extremely important that he is able to ensure his clients reach their goals.

 

His interest in Pilates stems from its connection to the central nervous system, which controls the body’s movement. Gurdev has found that by incorporating a range of equipment, including the Reformer, into traditional Pilates exercises, he can teach his to create, embed and maintain better patterns of movement. This means that he can enable his clients to achieve their fitness goals whilst reducing unnecessary strain on the body, and helping them avoid injury or discomfort.

 

When it comes to his own body, he has always had a keen interest in contact sports such as Boxing and Muay Thai, and he’s recently started training in the discipline of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu under multiple world champion, Braulio Estima.

 

Gurdev admires Braulio as a great master of the sport, who has helped him to focus both his body and mind using similar principles to the ones that underpin Pilates.

 

It’s these principles that have helped him improve his own ability to control his body during movement, from the core and trunk through to the extremities, even under fatigue. He is now able to understand how to control his body from proximal to distal aspect. And he enjoys nothing more than transferring this knowledge to his clients.

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Mon 02 March10:15amTenStretchLeah Willoughby
Leah holds a Bachelor of the Arts degree in Dance from UWL, where she also attained her Pilates Matwork qualification.

Coming from a professional dance background, core strength and the mobility of the body have always been at the forefront of her training. After finding the benefits of Pilates truly invaluable during her pregnancy, Leah’s passion for the exercise form grew, and she has been tutoring and furthering her training ever since.

Given Leah’s former career, it probably comes as no surprise that her classes focus heavily on precision of movement and postural improvement.

Leah is a strong believer in the benefits of movement and exercise both physically and mentally, whatever the body, whatever the age, whatever the lifestyle, and is on a mission to pump the world full of happy endorphins.

Outside of dynamic Pilates training, Leah can still be found teaching/attending dance classes and training in pole fitness. She also holds a 1st Dan black belt in Tae Kwon Do, so will have no trouble kicking butts of all shapes sizes and ages into shape!

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Mon 02 March3:00pmTenStretchGurdev Hanspal

Having completed a BSc in Sports Therapy, Gurdev is now in the process of completing an MSc at St Mary’s Twickenham in Strength and Conditioning, so it’s no surprise that he is able to call upon a breadth of knowledge and range of coaching methods in order to help people achieve better mobility.

 

Having previously worked with a multitude of athletes in the disciplines of Track and Field, Football, American Football and Rugby, he’s also no stranger to performance enhancement and it’s also extremely important that he is able to ensure his clients reach their goals.

 

His interest in Pilates stems from its connection to the central nervous system, which controls the body’s movement. Gurdev has found that by incorporating a range of equipment, including the Reformer, into traditional Pilates exercises, he can teach his to create, embed and maintain better patterns of movement. This means that he can enable his clients to achieve their fitness goals whilst reducing unnecessary strain on the body, and helping them avoid injury or discomfort.

 

When it comes to his own body, he has always had a keen interest in contact sports such as Boxing and Muay Thai, and he’s recently started training in the discipline of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu under multiple world champion, Braulio Estima.

 

Gurdev admires Braulio as a great master of the sport, who has helped him to focus both his body and mind using similar principles to the ones that underpin Pilates.

 

It’s these principles that have helped him improve his own ability to control his body during movement, from the core and trunk through to the extremities, even under fatigue. He is now able to understand how to control his body from proximal to distal aspect. And he enjoys nothing more than transferring this knowledge to his clients.

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Tue 03 March10:00amTenStretchAnser Amado
Anser has been upbeat and active from early childhood. Always keen to develop both physically and mentally, he credits his fluency in three languages (English, Spanish and Portuguese) with keeping his mind open to new influences and knowledge.

A keen footballer for many years, Anser has been passionate about exercise for as long as he can remember. Deciding to make it his career allowed him to unite his twin passions: fitness and the capability to help inspire and develop others.

With 10 years’ experience in the fitness industry, Anser specialises in strength and conditioning, weight loss, HiiT, core training, calisthenics and Reformer Pilates. He particularly enjoys bodyweight-based workouts, as he believes we should all be comfortable working with our own bodyweight before lifting weights.

His interest in Dynamic Pilates stems from understanding that the core provides the foundation for any functional movement. He soon realised the benefits it could offer for his own calisthenics training, not to mention it’s ability to help maximize performance in every any other sport or discipline.

While Anser enjoys socialising with friends and family, he’ll always ring-fence time each week to work on his own personal and fitness goals.

 
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Wed 04 March1:00pmTenStretchNatacha Quintal
Natacha was born and raised in South Africa to a British mother and a Portuguese father. Sport has always been a big part of her life; from childhood she competed in indoor and outdoor soccer, field hockey, and touch rugby. A soccer injury introduced her to Biokinetics, where a fascination for the study of human movement evolved into a lifetime passion and a professional vocation.

Natacha obtained her BHSc Honours Degree in Biokinetics at the University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa, in 2015 after completing her undergraduate degree, BA in Sports Psychology at the University of Johannesburg, South Africa, in 2014. She was invited to join and is a member of the Golden Key International Honour Society.

As a Biokineticist, Natacha prescribes specialist and highly individual exercise and physical activity for rehabilitation and promotion of health and quality of life, primarily helping the management of injuries, illnesses and disabilities.
She is trained in the use of scientifically based exercise programs, concerned with the final phase rehabilitation and prescriptive exercise interventions for the improvement and/or maintenance of a broad spectrum of health conditions.

Natacha has worked with people suffering from a range of conditions, from postural correction to injury rehabilitation and prevention, from chronic diseases to organ transplants, from Parkinson’s disease to stroke patients, and from joint replacements to amputees.

Helping people is her passion, and she believes that there is nothing more rewarding than seeing someone you have worked with improve the quality of their life – whether that’s to improve mobility, become pain-free, or to return to a lifestyle or activity that they love.

Natacha is a genuinely kind individual, giving each and every client all of her time and effort in order to achieve their personal goals. She has a particular affinity for sports injuries, orthopaedic, chronic and neurological conditions, and enjoys working with individuals of all ages.

In her free time Natacha can be found exploring the streets of London, spending time with family and friends or traveling to new and exciting destinations.

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Wed 04 March10:00amTenStretchEmily Rutherwood
Emily has always had a passion for dance, fitness and wellness. She began ballet training at just 2 years old. Her passion continued to grow and she became more serious about dance as a profession.

She spent 4 years at the BRIT School for Performing Arts and Technology before completing her studies and vocational training at the renowned Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance in London.

Emily holds a First Class Honours Degree in Contemporary Dance from Laban, having written her dissertation on the prevalence and impact of injuries in female contemporary dancers. She went on to achieve a Masters Degree in Dance Performance, investigating nutrition and its affects of performance for her thesis.

During her MA, Emily was a member of Transitions Dance Company 2015 where she toured the UK and overseas.

Through her studies, Emily became fascinated with body biomechanics and body movement. Shortly after graduating, Emily qualified as a Massage Therapist (VTCT Level 3). She began her career working at a holistic practise in London. Here, she gained valuable knowledge, skills and experience with regards to the human anatomy.

Keen to put her knowledge to physical practise, Emily began teaching Barre classes, a low impact method focusing on strength, posture and mobility. This intelligent exercise method fuelled her thirst for knowledge and inspired her to qualify as a Dynamic Reformer Pilates Trainer.

Coming from a dance background, Emily’s classes focus on alignment, mobility and core stability. She encourages her clients to focus on realigning the body whilst building strength.

In her time out of the studio, Emily loves to explore and travel. She enjoys adrenaline-fuelled activities and adventures.

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Wed 04 March4:15pmTenStretchFrancesca Denton
Francesca has loved sport and exercise from childhood, playing everything from netball and football, to street dance and charity half marathons.

She discovered Kickboxing whilst studying Sport and Exercise Science at Loughborough University, and having trained for 4 years to achieve her black belt she became the ladies university middleweight national champion in 2017.

Francesca has always been an advocate of Exercise as Medicine, leading her to complete a placement year at the Leicester Diabetes Research Centre at Leicester General Hospital and also at The National Centre for Sport and Exercise Medicine. Working closely with physiotherapists, doctors and research staff, she gained valuable experience and knowledge of clinical exercise with a range of different populations particularly diabetic, COPD and cardiac patients.

Through her research experience, evidence-based practice has become one of her core values. She continually strives to apply new findings to improve her client’s workouts.

Keen to create a more a holistic approach to treating and training her clients, Francesca completed her sports massage qualification. She believes massage should be an important element of any client’s programme, not just to help tackle and prevent injuries, but also for relieving tension and stress from daily life as well as to improve recovery between exercise sessions.

Committed helping people live healthy, fulfilled and happy lives through exercise, no matter what their ability, Francesca’s passion is to help people learn to love exercise and to build their confidence to tackle new challenges they first thought were unachievable. She believes celebrating the little steps of progress is the key to maintaining any exercise routine, whether you are a beginner or expert, to help you reach for those giant goals.

In her spare time, she enjoys walking in the countryside with her dog, training in the gym or sparring in the ring and going to the theatre. At any chance she can get, she loves to dance, no matter where she is, particularly salsa.

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Wed 04 March10:00amTenStretchKerryn van der Merwe
Cape Town born and bred, Kerryn’s first love was ballet. She started training aged 5, and has been involved with dance ever since. Her experience across many different genres of dance – she’s a highly qualified Ballet, Modern, Tap and Street Dance teacher – has taught her how important overall physical fitness is.

Kerryn has always had a keen interest in anatomy and how the body should function optimally, inspiring her to train as a Pilates Instructor as well as to explore Progressive Ballet Technique training.

A firm believer that physical health and wellbeing should be accessible to all, regardless of their occupation, age or athletic capability, Kerryn loves working with clients from all walks of life to help them enhance their flexibility and strength. (But given her background, it’s probably no surprise that she particularly enjoys training dancers of any genre.)

Like most dancers she has experienced her fair share of injuries – including hip surgeries – and as a result, has a keen understanding of the need for rehab and rehab, and is passionate about helping her clients identify strengths and weaknesses in their body and address them effectively and safely through exercise.

She loves to share her knowledge with clients, so that they too have a greater understanding of their bodies and their potential.

When she’s not in the studio, she’s most likely to be running or scouring London for new ice cream spots. She’s also a massive fan of the arts and she loves to dance, write and enjoy theatre.

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Wed 04 March2:00pmTenStretchAnser Amado
Anser has been upbeat and active from early childhood. Always keen to develop both physically and mentally, he credits his fluency in three languages (English, Spanish and Portuguese) with keeping his mind open to new influences and knowledge.

A keen footballer for many years, Anser has been passionate about exercise for as long as he can remember. Deciding to make it his career allowed him to unite his twin passions: fitness and the capability to help inspire and develop others.

With 10 years’ experience in the fitness industry, Anser specialises in strength and conditioning, weight loss, HiiT, core training, calisthenics and Reformer Pilates. He particularly enjoys bodyweight-based workouts, as he believes we should all be comfortable working with our own bodyweight before lifting weights.

His interest in Dynamic Pilates stems from understanding that the core provides the foundation for any functional movement. He soon realised the benefits it could offer for his own calisthenics training, not to mention it’s ability to help maximize performance in every any other sport or discipline.

While Anser enjoys socialising with friends and family, he’ll always ring-fence time each week to work on his own personal and fitness goals.

 
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Thu 05 March4:15pmTenStretchSimone Leask
Simone discovered her love for the health and fitness industry back in New Zealand while studying at university, where her journey began in the comfort of her own apartment doing Youtube workouts between classes.

When she realised that an office job wasn’t for her, she turned to personal training and fitness instruction, determined to help others find a healthy relationship with their bodies and exercise. Since then she has explored a wide range of different workout styles including strength training and HIIT, however she has always enjoyed and returned to Pilates, loving the core strength and improvements in her flexibility that she has noticed after her sessions.

After moving to London Simone decided to take another step in her fitness career and become a qualified Pilates instructor, with the desire to teach and show others the benefits of Pilates.

Overall Simone strongly believes that health and fitness should be a positive and fun journey for everyone. She brings a bubbly, welcoming energy to each of her classes and uses this to help motivate and challenge each participant, leaving them feeling great and wanting more!

Outside of teaching Simone has a strong passion for Aerial Circus, and you’ll often find her hanging from the ceiling off silks and hoops. She also loves travelling and exploring different cultures and cuisine and taking mini get-aways to new locations.

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Fri 06 March11:00amTenStretchErica Foulds
Erica’s love and appreciation for both general fitness and precise movement started early, with classical ballet training. This dual passion for technique-driven exercise and a good old-fashioned workout can also is reflected in her many qualifications – she combines a degree in human communication science with qualifications in personal training, fitness instruction and indoor cycling.
Erica is equally happy helping people recover from serious injury (she has previously worked as an exercise rehab therapist in a clinical stroke rehabilitation unit) and pushing people to achieve their fitness goals (spin and gruelling outdoor fitness sessions are particular favourites of hers.)
For the majority of Erica’s career, she has worked for some of London's top financial institutions as a corporate fitness wellbeing advisor and personal trainer integrating health and fitness into the lives of the chronically time-poor.
Erica has a strong belief in the age old ‘healthy body, healthy mind’ motto and her passion is about making it available for all.
When not at the studio you can find her on a bike (with the latest Ibiza mixes keeping her on the pace) or tapping her toes to the beat at a Dalston jazz cafe.
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Fri 06 March4:15pmTenStretchMaria Athanaseli
With an BSc in Sports Science and an MSc in Applied Nutrition and Dietetics, Maria is passionate about improving overall well-being, through the combination of nutrition and exercise.

Eager to extend her knowledge and increase her skills as a Personal Trainer, she attended a private fitness school, in parallel with her studies. Throughout her career, she has continued to seek out opportunities for education and training and further enhance her abilities.

An athlete from childhood, Maria studied ballet classes and rhythmic gymnastics up until the start of her undergraduate studies. She discovered and quickly fell in love with Pilates at University.

An EREPS Certified Personal Trainer and Pilates Teacher (EQF Level 4), Maria is qualified across the full range of Pilates equipment, including Mat, Reformer, Tower and Chair. For the past few years, she has worked at some of Athens’ leading private gym clubs, and more recently as a Nutritionist assistant, formulating individual diet plans for clients.

Her never-ending passion and energy to learn innovative ideas and concepts led her to relocate to London and become part of the Ten team.

Maria enjoys being surrounded by joyful and positive people who maintain a healthy lifestyle and enjoy the emotional, mental and physical benefits of regular exercise.

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Fri 06 March10:00amTenStretchJennifer Bentley
From a young age Jen practised various disciplines of dance, including Ballet and Tap, and also Disco dancing, where she regularly danced competitively at events across the country. The first time she experienced Pilates was during dance classes as a teen, and was intrigues from the outset.

Whilst she loved her years of dancing, she moved to Bristol aged 18 to study a BA in Primary Teaching. Despite graduating with a 2.1 degree, she quickly realised that the school classroom was not for her, and that her true passion and vocation lay in movement and fitness.

In 2010 she completed her Level 3 Personal Training qualification and since then has have worked many of London’s leading gyms and fitness studios training clients 1-1 and leading TRX and PowerPlate classes. She later went on to gain her Mat Pilates certificate.

Jen credits Pilates entirely for allowing her to regain her core strength and stability and getting her back into shape quickly after the birth of her son over 4 years ago. What she loves most about Pilates is the amount of focus needed in order to execute each exercise with control and precision. Unsurprisingly, her classes will encourage you to zone out from all other distractions so you can achieve a great mind-body connection that lets you feel each movement – and its benefits.

In her free time you will find Jen spending time with her little boy and trying out different food spots in London – she does love a naughty burger – which she will burn off later at the gym!

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Fri 06 March12:00pmTenStretchAdam Ridler
Sport was always something Adam had a passion for, leading him to study Sports Science at university, initially focusing on strength & conditioning and performance enhancement, but quickly developing skills in other areas.

It was whilst studying that Adam’s other passion emerged, as he was introduced to rowing. He went on to become part of the Great British Lightweight development squad, enabling him to work alongside Olympic champion coaches and athletes.

Working with people to help them move well and understand their bodies is something Adam particularly enjoys. For him, what brings greatest satisfaction is working with people to overcome barriers, unlock their potential and understand what makes them feel their best brings.

Adam is a hugely experienced fitness professional. In addition to spending many years as a Personal Trainer and Dynamic Reformer Pilates instructor, he has also worked in corporate wellness, teaching employees to become more active throughout the day, and understanding both the short term performance and long term health benefits this brings.

He has also worked in the emerging and increasingly important field of Exercise as Medicine, leveraging the latest insights and data to demonstrate how exercise can be an important element in the prevention, treatment and recovery process for various illness and diseases.

By keeping an eye on the latest research and key opinions Adam believes in following the best practice and evidence based methods to continue to move forward with his skills and teaching methods.

Away from the studio Adam will most likely be found outdoors, ideally on the water, and whenever possible, competing at major national events.

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