Class Timetable

Classes from 16 Apr, 2021 to 16 May, 2021
            
DateTimeClassInstructorLocationAvailability
Sun 18 April1:00pmOpen Reformer SessionRafael Cunha
Born and raised in Brazil, Rafael has always had a keen interest in sport and exercise, enjoying everything from football to handball, volleyball to basketball, running to capoeira and swimming to surfing.
 
 
His passion for exercise and for understanding the positive effect movement has on the human body led him to complete an undergraduate degree in Physical Education in 2008, followed by a postgraduate degree in Physiology of Exercise in 2015.

 

After graduating, Rafael began his career working as a personal trainer for both adults and children. Throughout his career he has also been involved in coaching and teaching a range of sports, leading capoeira groups, running social projects, organising boot camps and sports championships, and he even founded his own running group.

 

Believing that the human body truly is made to move, Rafael credits the skeletal system as the thing that allows us to live our lives to the maximum.

 

It’s this interest in musculoskeletal health that led him to train both as a Pilates instructor and study Tui Na massage, further improving his knowledge and understanding of human anatomy and in turn helping him to address muscular imbalances.

 

Having previously worked with people who faced hernias, disc protrusion, sciatic nerve issues, back pain and postural imbalances, Rafael enjoys helping people improve their quality of movement, overall fitness and general health.

 

This experience also taught him the importance of looking after our bodies, so that we can continue to live healthy and active lives without aches and pains.

 

Rafael takes a tailored approach to each client, understanding their needs, respecting their limitations and observing existing imbalances in the musculoskeletal system, which enables him to develop individual plans to help his clients achieve their goals. Whether that is to reduce pain and discomfort or increase tone, his programmes are developed to help clients strengthen the right muscles and restore balance.

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Sun 18 April2:00pmOpen Reformer SessionRafael Cunha
Born and raised in Brazil, Rafael has always had a keen interest in sport and exercise, enjoying everything from football to handball, volleyball to basketball, running to capoeira and swimming to surfing.
 
 
His passion for exercise and for understanding the positive effect movement has on the human body led him to complete an undergraduate degree in Physical Education in 2008, followed by a postgraduate degree in Physiology of Exercise in 2015.

 

After graduating, Rafael began his career working as a personal trainer for both adults and children. Throughout his career he has also been involved in coaching and teaching a range of sports, leading capoeira groups, running social projects, organising boot camps and sports championships, and he even founded his own running group.

 

Believing that the human body truly is made to move, Rafael credits the skeletal system as the thing that allows us to live our lives to the maximum.

 

It’s this interest in musculoskeletal health that led him to train both as a Pilates instructor and study Tui Na massage, further improving his knowledge and understanding of human anatomy and in turn helping him to address muscular imbalances.

 

Having previously worked with people who faced hernias, disc protrusion, sciatic nerve issues, back pain and postural imbalances, Rafael enjoys helping people improve their quality of movement, overall fitness and general health.

 

This experience also taught him the importance of looking after our bodies, so that we can continue to live healthy and active lives without aches and pains.

 

Rafael takes a tailored approach to each client, understanding their needs, respecting their limitations and observing existing imbalances in the musculoskeletal system, which enables him to develop individual plans to help his clients achieve their goals. Whether that is to reduce pain and discomfort or increase tone, his programmes are developed to help clients strengthen the right muscles and restore balance.

Ten - MayfairBook Now1618750800
Sun 18 April9:00amOpen Reformer SessionGeorgia Heaven
Georgia graduated with a Sport and Exercise degree from Loughborough University. Her degree gave her valuable scientific-based knowledge on the latest clinical and exercise research.

You can expect your sessions with Georgia to be scientifically researched and tailored to your needs and goals – endorsing the approach that exercise is medicine. Georgia takes a behavioral approach to her clients’ journey with Ten, creating progressive and individualised exercise programs to help support long-lasting lifestyle change.

Georgia's expertise and infectious energy make her a great and motivator. You’ll come away from your sessions with her not only moving better and with more confidence, but also armed with the information and insights necessary to support you on the changes you’ve set out to make.

Outside Ten, Georgia is a passionate and dedicated Kickboxer. She credits her keen interest in human anatomy and nutrition as key factors in helping her become UK National Lightweight Intermediate Champion in 2019 and gain her Black Belt. When she’s not in the Studio, Georgia can be found kicking a punch bag honing her skills and training for her next competition.

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Sun 18 April2:00pmOpen Reformer SessionGeorgia Heaven
Georgia graduated with a Sport and Exercise degree from Loughborough University. Her degree gave her valuable scientific-based knowledge on the latest clinical and exercise research.

You can expect your sessions with Georgia to be scientifically researched and tailored to your needs and goals – endorsing the approach that exercise is medicine. Georgia takes a behavioral approach to her clients’ journey with Ten, creating progressive and individualised exercise programs to help support long-lasting lifestyle change.

Georgia's expertise and infectious energy make her a great and motivator. You’ll come away from your sessions with her not only moving better and with more confidence, but also armed with the information and insights necessary to support you on the changes you’ve set out to make.

Outside Ten, Georgia is a passionate and dedicated Kickboxer. She credits her keen interest in human anatomy and nutrition as key factors in helping her become UK National Lightweight Intermediate Champion in 2019 and gain her Black Belt. When she’s not in the Studio, Georgia can be found kicking a punch bag honing her skills and training for her next competition.

Ten - FitzroviaBook Now1618750800
Sun 18 April11:00amOpen Reformer SessionCinzia Prenza
Cinzia is a Pilates instructor with a huge passion for exercise and fitness. Her determination, enthusiasm and motivating approach come from her experience as a former professional dancer.

She has been working with movement since she was five years old, at first with rhythmic gymnastics, followed by ballroom/latin dance and ballet.

Afterwards she spent much of her career working in retail as a store manager and visual merchandiser. Having London for work five years ago, Cinzia was looking for something to keep her active. She turned her attention to Pilates – her experiences as a dancer having already convinced her of the benefits – knowing about the benefits. The more she learned about the method, and the more she saw results from her own practice, the more impressed she became.

It was then that Cinzia switched careers, got her qualification as Mat Pilates teacher and decided to share her passion for movement.

As an instructor, her purpose is to help people from all walks of life to feel better, achieve better posture, relieve pain, move more efficiently – and most importantly feel confident and aware of their own body. She believes that a strong, healthy body is necessary for longevity and happiness.

When she is not teaching you will find her practicing Pilates, Yoga and Pole fitness. She is also a massive fan of art, street art, dance and nature and she tries to spend most of her spare time in parks and holidays by the sea.

Ten - Notting HillBook Now1618740000
Sun 18 April2:00pmOpen Reformer SessionCinzia Prenza
Cinzia is a Pilates instructor with a huge passion for exercise and fitness. Her determination, enthusiasm and motivating approach come from her experience as a former professional dancer.

She has been working with movement since she was five years old, at first with rhythmic gymnastics, followed by ballroom/latin dance and ballet.

Afterwards she spent much of her career working in retail as a store manager and visual merchandiser. Having London for work five years ago, Cinzia was looking for something to keep her active. She turned her attention to Pilates – her experiences as a dancer having already convinced her of the benefits – knowing about the benefits. The more she learned about the method, and the more she saw results from her own practice, the more impressed she became.

It was then that Cinzia switched careers, got her qualification as Mat Pilates teacher and decided to share her passion for movement.

As an instructor, her purpose is to help people from all walks of life to feel better, achieve better posture, relieve pain, move more efficiently – and most importantly feel confident and aware of their own body. She believes that a strong, healthy body is necessary for longevity and happiness.

When she is not teaching you will find her practicing Pilates, Yoga and Pole fitness. She is also a massive fan of art, street art, dance and nature and she tries to spend most of her spare time in parks and holidays by the sea.

Ten - Notting HillBook Now1618750800
Sun 18 April9:00amOpen Reformer SessionJody Ashmore
Now an instructor herself, Jody has been personally practising both Matwork and Reformer Pilates for over 10 years. Whilst working in the live music industry, she found that the physical and mental benefits that a daily Matwork Pilates practice gave her were essential for relieving the stresses of such a demanding job. She then discovered Dynamic Reformer classes at Ten Notting Hill and hasn’t looked back since – she even attended the PreNatal classes while pregnant with her son and got back into the studio afterwards to regain her strength.

Jody’s journey to becoming a Pilates instructor began when she suffered a neck injury. Having been advised by her Physiotherapist to start practising Pilates to support her rehabilitation, she learned first-hand just how effective it can be and was inspired to pursue a Level 3 Matwork qualification.

Having achieved this, she also went on to complete her Small Equipment, Osteo Pilates and Pre and Postnatal Matwork certificates, before completing her Dynamic Reformer certificate.

Jody loves nothing more than helping her clients achieve their goals through Pilates – whether that’s to get the physique they desire or to return to a pain-free life – and seeing them gain strength physically and mentally through practice, just as she did.

When she’s not in the studio or stretching at home, Jody loves swimming, being in the great outdoors, watching movies and, most importantly, spending time with her family.

Ten - ChiswickBook Now1618732800
Sun 18 April10:00amOpen Reformer SessionJody Ashmore
Now an instructor herself, Jody has been personally practising both Matwork and Reformer Pilates for over 10 years. Whilst working in the live music industry, she found that the physical and mental benefits that a daily Matwork Pilates practice gave her were essential for relieving the stresses of such a demanding job. She then discovered Dynamic Reformer classes at Ten Notting Hill and hasn’t looked back since – she even attended the PreNatal classes while pregnant with her son and got back into the studio afterwards to regain her strength.

Jody’s journey to becoming a Pilates instructor began when she suffered a neck injury. Having been advised by her Physiotherapist to start practising Pilates to support her rehabilitation, she learned first-hand just how effective it can be and was inspired to pursue a Level 3 Matwork qualification.

Having achieved this, she also went on to complete her Small Equipment, Osteo Pilates and Pre and Postnatal Matwork certificates, before completing her Dynamic Reformer certificate.

Jody loves nothing more than helping her clients achieve their goals through Pilates – whether that’s to get the physique they desire or to return to a pain-free life – and seeing them gain strength physically and mentally through practice, just as she did.

When she’s not in the studio or stretching at home, Jody loves swimming, being in the great outdoors, watching movies and, most importantly, spending time with her family.

Ten - ChiswickBook Now1618736400
Sun 18 April11:00amOpen Reformer SessionJody Ashmore
Now an instructor herself, Jody has been personally practising both Matwork and Reformer Pilates for over 10 years. Whilst working in the live music industry, she found that the physical and mental benefits that a daily Matwork Pilates practice gave her were essential for relieving the stresses of such a demanding job. She then discovered Dynamic Reformer classes at Ten Notting Hill and hasn’t looked back since – she even attended the PreNatal classes while pregnant with her son and got back into the studio afterwards to regain her strength.

Jody’s journey to becoming a Pilates instructor began when she suffered a neck injury. Having been advised by her Physiotherapist to start practising Pilates to support her rehabilitation, she learned first-hand just how effective it can be and was inspired to pursue a Level 3 Matwork qualification.

Having achieved this, she also went on to complete her Small Equipment, Osteo Pilates and Pre and Postnatal Matwork certificates, before completing her Dynamic Reformer certificate.

Jody loves nothing more than helping her clients achieve their goals through Pilates – whether that’s to get the physique they desire or to return to a pain-free life – and seeing them gain strength physically and mentally through practice, just as she did.

When she’s not in the studio or stretching at home, Jody loves swimming, being in the great outdoors, watching movies and, most importantly, spending time with her family.

Ten - ChiswickBook Now1618740000
Mon 19 April7:00amOpen Reformer SessionRafael Cunha
Born and raised in Brazil, Rafael has always had a keen interest in sport and exercise, enjoying everything from football to handball, volleyball to basketball, running to capoeira and swimming to surfing.
 
 
His passion for exercise and for understanding the positive effect movement has on the human body led him to complete an undergraduate degree in Physical Education in 2008, followed by a postgraduate degree in Physiology of Exercise in 2015.

 

After graduating, Rafael began his career working as a personal trainer for both adults and children. Throughout his career he has also been involved in coaching and teaching a range of sports, leading capoeira groups, running social projects, organising boot camps and sports championships, and he even founded his own running group.

 

Believing that the human body truly is made to move, Rafael credits the skeletal system as the thing that allows us to live our lives to the maximum.

 

It’s this interest in musculoskeletal health that led him to train both as a Pilates instructor and study Tui Na massage, further improving his knowledge and understanding of human anatomy and in turn helping him to address muscular imbalances.

 

Having previously worked with people who faced hernias, disc protrusion, sciatic nerve issues, back pain and postural imbalances, Rafael enjoys helping people improve their quality of movement, overall fitness and general health.

 

This experience also taught him the importance of looking after our bodies, so that we can continue to live healthy and active lives without aches and pains.

 

Rafael takes a tailored approach to each client, understanding their needs, respecting their limitations and observing existing imbalances in the musculoskeletal system, which enables him to develop individual plans to help his clients achieve their goals. Whether that is to reduce pain and discomfort or increase tone, his programmes are developed to help clients strengthen the right muscles and restore balance.

Ten - MayfairBook Now1618812000
Mon 19 April9:00amOpen Reformer SessionRafael Cunha
Born and raised in Brazil, Rafael has always had a keen interest in sport and exercise, enjoying everything from football to handball, volleyball to basketball, running to capoeira and swimming to surfing.
 
 
His passion for exercise and for understanding the positive effect movement has on the human body led him to complete an undergraduate degree in Physical Education in 2008, followed by a postgraduate degree in Physiology of Exercise in 2015.

 

After graduating, Rafael began his career working as a personal trainer for both adults and children. Throughout his career he has also been involved in coaching and teaching a range of sports, leading capoeira groups, running social projects, organising boot camps and sports championships, and he even founded his own running group.

 

Believing that the human body truly is made to move, Rafael credits the skeletal system as the thing that allows us to live our lives to the maximum.

 

It’s this interest in musculoskeletal health that led him to train both as a Pilates instructor and study Tui Na massage, further improving his knowledge and understanding of human anatomy and in turn helping him to address muscular imbalances.

 

Having previously worked with people who faced hernias, disc protrusion, sciatic nerve issues, back pain and postural imbalances, Rafael enjoys helping people improve their quality of movement, overall fitness and general health.

 

This experience also taught him the importance of looking after our bodies, so that we can continue to live healthy and active lives without aches and pains.

 

Rafael takes a tailored approach to each client, understanding their needs, respecting their limitations and observing existing imbalances in the musculoskeletal system, which enables him to develop individual plans to help his clients achieve their goals. Whether that is to reduce pain and discomfort or increase tone, his programmes are developed to help clients strengthen the right muscles and restore balance.

Ten - MayfairBook Now1618819200
Mon 19 April11:00amOpen Reformer SessionRafael Cunha
Born and raised in Brazil, Rafael has always had a keen interest in sport and exercise, enjoying everything from football to handball, volleyball to basketball, running to capoeira and swimming to surfing.
 
 
His passion for exercise and for understanding the positive effect movement has on the human body led him to complete an undergraduate degree in Physical Education in 2008, followed by a postgraduate degree in Physiology of Exercise in 2015.

 

After graduating, Rafael began his career working as a personal trainer for both adults and children. Throughout his career he has also been involved in coaching and teaching a range of sports, leading capoeira groups, running social projects, organising boot camps and sports championships, and he even founded his own running group.

 

Believing that the human body truly is made to move, Rafael credits the skeletal system as the thing that allows us to live our lives to the maximum.

 

It’s this interest in musculoskeletal health that led him to train both as a Pilates instructor and study Tui Na massage, further improving his knowledge and understanding of human anatomy and in turn helping him to address muscular imbalances.

 

Having previously worked with people who faced hernias, disc protrusion, sciatic nerve issues, back pain and postural imbalances, Rafael enjoys helping people improve their quality of movement, overall fitness and general health.

 

This experience also taught him the importance of looking after our bodies, so that we can continue to live healthy and active lives without aches and pains.

 

Rafael takes a tailored approach to each client, understanding their needs, respecting their limitations and observing existing imbalances in the musculoskeletal system, which enables him to develop individual plans to help his clients achieve their goals. Whether that is to reduce pain and discomfort or increase tone, his programmes are developed to help clients strengthen the right muscles and restore balance.

Ten - MayfairBook Now1618826400
Mon 19 April12:00pmOpen Reformer SessionTommy Marshall
Tommy has been physically active for as long as he can remember, playing recreational to semi-professional football over the years before a back condition stopped him in his tracks.

Combining a lifelong enthusiasm for movement and activity with his love of science, Tommy took his first career step by graduating from the University of Bath with an MSci Sports and Exercise Science degree.

A postgraduate season with the first team of Bristol City Football Club gave Tommy the opportunity to lead both gym and pitch based prehab/rehab sessions as well as taking the players through their strength and conditioning programs on a one to one and group basis.

It was also this experience – good as it was – that motivated him to move away from professional football and follow a deeper passion that had developed for helping people achieve their goals through exercise. Especially when underpinned by science and research.

Tommy is a firm believer that exercise is medicine. He loves helping people meet their goals no matter how big or small – meeting any goal is a step in the right direction. He is driven and enthusiastic to help empower you to reach your full potential.

In his spare time Tommy can be found in the gym, at the London Stadium watching his beloved West Ham United (which usually ends in disappointment) or exploring a new part of the world.

Ten - FitzroviaBook Now1618830000
Mon 19 April2:00pmOpen Reformer SessionTommy Marshall
Tommy has been physically active for as long as he can remember, playing recreational to semi-professional football over the years before a back condition stopped him in his tracks.

Combining a lifelong enthusiasm for movement and activity with his love of science, Tommy took his first career step by graduating from the University of Bath with an MSci Sports and Exercise Science degree.

A postgraduate season with the first team of Bristol City Football Club gave Tommy the opportunity to lead both gym and pitch based prehab/rehab sessions as well as taking the players through their strength and conditioning programs on a one to one and group basis.

It was also this experience – good as it was – that motivated him to move away from professional football and follow a deeper passion that had developed for helping people achieve their goals through exercise. Especially when underpinned by science and research.

Tommy is a firm believer that exercise is medicine. He loves helping people meet their goals no matter how big or small – meeting any goal is a step in the right direction. He is driven and enthusiastic to help empower you to reach your full potential.

In his spare time Tommy can be found in the gym, at the London Stadium watching his beloved West Ham United (which usually ends in disappointment) or exploring a new part of the world.

Ten - FitzroviaBook Now1618837200
Mon 19 April9:15amOpen Reformer SessionDarren Manly
Darren’s experience in the health and fitness industry spans the past 20 years across a number of roles, from Personal Trainer and Studio Instructor to General Manager. But whatever his role his focus has always been the same: to deliver the best possible experience for his clients, time and time again.

While stability and control form the programming base for his training style – in order to load a joint effectively and avoid the risk of injury, that joint needs to be strong and stable – Darren’s personal satisfaction and reward comes from his ability to understand his clients’ motivations for their desired outcome, and then to support them effectively on their journey to achieve it.

He is a firm believer in leading an active lifestyle, not only for the benefits on our own physical, psychological and emotional wellbeing, but also the positive influence it can have on those around us.

Outside the studio, Darren continues to practice what he preaches. Sporting Performance and Coaching remain close to Darren’s heart, particularly within rugby. Over the years, he has coached both teams and individual clients, with ages ranging from 8 to 80.

You’ll still find Darren playing and coaching rugby for his local team, and during the winter months, he’ll be looking for the first opportunity to grab his snowboard and get down a mountain.

Ten - CityBook Now1618820100
Mon 19 April12:15pmOpen Reformer SessionDarren Manly
Darren’s experience in the health and fitness industry spans the past 20 years across a number of roles, from Personal Trainer and Studio Instructor to General Manager. But whatever his role his focus has always been the same: to deliver the best possible experience for his clients, time and time again.

While stability and control form the programming base for his training style – in order to load a joint effectively and avoid the risk of injury, that joint needs to be strong and stable – Darren’s personal satisfaction and reward comes from his ability to understand his clients’ motivations for their desired outcome, and then to support them effectively on their journey to achieve it.

He is a firm believer in leading an active lifestyle, not only for the benefits on our own physical, psychological and emotional wellbeing, but also the positive influence it can have on those around us.

Outside the studio, Darren continues to practice what he preaches. Sporting Performance and Coaching remain close to Darren’s heart, particularly within rugby. Over the years, he has coached both teams and individual clients, with ages ranging from 8 to 80.

You’ll still find Darren playing and coaching rugby for his local team, and during the winter months, he’ll be looking for the first opportunity to grab his snowboard and get down a mountain.

Ten - CityBook Now1618830900
Tue 20 April10:00amOpen Reformer SessionGreg Lyon-Lowe

One of the most experienced PT’s in London, Greg began his health and fitness career in the mid 90’s.

An early advocate and keen attendee of group exercise classes, Greg’s career began when he was encouraged to get out in front of the classes he enjoyed so much, and teach. He gained his first (and in his own words, relatively basic) Exercise to Music and YMCA gym qualifications in 1995 and joined the Livingwell Health Club in Millbank.

Over the intervening years, Greg continued to pursue his thirst for knowledge. A frequent attendee of Fitness Professional conventions, Greg has completed more courses, workshops and CPD’s than he can count.

For his first few years in the industry, Greg focused on classes, working as an in-demand instructor on the freelance circuit, teaching everything from Boxercise to Step, Reebok Deck and Spin – still a guilty pleasure for his own workouts.

Over the past decade Greg focused increasingly on PT. Working in the City, over the years he saw the same patterns of dysfunction in people working in desk based jobs. His philosophy – that exercise should make you, not break you – led him to work increasingly closely with other physical therapists, helping people return from injury, and giving them the skills and strategies that will help them achieve their gals whilst training safely, effectively and minimising the risks of future injury.

In 2016, he qualified as a Chek Practitioner and Holistic Lifestyle Coach, learning how to incorporate rest and recovery, nutrition, hydration, correct movement patterns, effective breathing and mental clarity into an overarching health and wellness approach that would support and enhance his clients’ fitness journeys.

Greg likes to think of training as a “physical pension”, the more you invest now, the greater the payback in your later years.

When he works with a client, establishing their goals is the first stage. Clear and concise framing of their intentions helps to maintain focus. These include short term (0-3 months), medium term (3-12 months) and long term goals (1 year onwards).

The second stage is to assess the body for any postural or muscular imbalances that could cause or contribute to injury.

The third is a lifestyle assessment, to identify and help his clients reduce and ultimately avoid the habits and behaviours that would hinder their success.

As Greg puts it “the magic takes place in the programming, exercise has to be prescribed in the same way as a doctor would medication”. The use of primal pattern movements ensure that effective essential movement is factored into the training sessions, while the empathy and insights Greg has gained over almost 25 years as a fitness professional helps him understand where a client is on any given day and enables him to fine-tune their sessions to help them stay motivated, energized and on track.

Outside the gym, Greg can be found up the mountains in North Wales and the Lake District, paddle boarding on the Norfolk Broads or on the sofa enjoying Netflix. He is also a petrolhead – on his honeymoon, he took his wife to the world famous Le Mans 24-hour race. (Luckily, she is also a fan.)

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Tue 20 April3:00pmOpen Reformer SessionGreg Lyon-Lowe

One of the most experienced PT’s in London, Greg began his health and fitness career in the mid 90’s.

An early advocate and keen attendee of group exercise classes, Greg’s career began when he was encouraged to get out in front of the classes he enjoyed so much, and teach. He gained his first (and in his own words, relatively basic) Exercise to Music and YMCA gym qualifications in 1995 and joined the Livingwell Health Club in Millbank.

Over the intervening years, Greg continued to pursue his thirst for knowledge. A frequent attendee of Fitness Professional conventions, Greg has completed more courses, workshops and CPD’s than he can count.

For his first few years in the industry, Greg focused on classes, working as an in-demand instructor on the freelance circuit, teaching everything from Boxercise to Step, Reebok Deck and Spin – still a guilty pleasure for his own workouts.

Over the past decade Greg focused increasingly on PT. Working in the City, over the years he saw the same patterns of dysfunction in people working in desk based jobs. His philosophy – that exercise should make you, not break you – led him to work increasingly closely with other physical therapists, helping people return from injury, and giving them the skills and strategies that will help them achieve their gals whilst training safely, effectively and minimising the risks of future injury.

In 2016, he qualified as a Chek Practitioner and Holistic Lifestyle Coach, learning how to incorporate rest and recovery, nutrition, hydration, correct movement patterns, effective breathing and mental clarity into an overarching health and wellness approach that would support and enhance his clients’ fitness journeys.

Greg likes to think of training as a “physical pension”, the more you invest now, the greater the payback in your later years.

When he works with a client, establishing their goals is the first stage. Clear and concise framing of their intentions helps to maintain focus. These include short term (0-3 months), medium term (3-12 months) and long term goals (1 year onwards).

The second stage is to assess the body for any postural or muscular imbalances that could cause or contribute to injury.

The third is a lifestyle assessment, to identify and help his clients reduce and ultimately avoid the habits and behaviours that would hinder their success.

As Greg puts it “the magic takes place in the programming, exercise has to be prescribed in the same way as a doctor would medication”. The use of primal pattern movements ensure that effective essential movement is factored into the training sessions, while the empathy and insights Greg has gained over almost 25 years as a fitness professional helps him understand where a client is on any given day and enables him to fine-tune their sessions to help them stay motivated, energized and on track.

Outside the gym, Greg can be found up the mountains in North Wales and the Lake District, paddle boarding on the Norfolk Broads or on the sofa enjoying Netflix. He is also a petrolhead – on his honeymoon, he took his wife to the world famous Le Mans 24-hour race. (Luckily, she is also a fan.)

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Tue 20 April8:00amOpen Reformer SessionCinzia Prenza
Cinzia is a Pilates instructor with a huge passion for exercise and fitness. Her determination, enthusiasm and motivating approach come from her experience as a former professional dancer.

She has been working with movement since she was five years old, at first with rhythmic gymnastics, followed by ballroom/latin dance and ballet.

Afterwards she spent much of her career working in retail as a store manager and visual merchandiser. Having London for work five years ago, Cinzia was looking for something to keep her active. She turned her attention to Pilates – her experiences as a dancer having already convinced her of the benefits – knowing about the benefits. The more she learned about the method, and the more she saw results from her own practice, the more impressed she became.

It was then that Cinzia switched careers, got her qualification as Mat Pilates teacher and decided to share her passion for movement.

As an instructor, her purpose is to help people from all walks of life to feel better, achieve better posture, relieve pain, move more efficiently – and most importantly feel confident and aware of their own body. She believes that a strong, healthy body is necessary for longevity and happiness.

When she is not teaching you will find her practicing Pilates, Yoga and Pole fitness. She is also a massive fan of art, street art, dance and nature and she tries to spend most of her spare time in parks and holidays by the sea.

Ten - Notting HillBook Now1618902000
Tue 20 April9:00amOpen Reformer SessionCinzia Prenza
Cinzia is a Pilates instructor with a huge passion for exercise and fitness. Her determination, enthusiasm and motivating approach come from her experience as a former professional dancer.

She has been working with movement since she was five years old, at first with rhythmic gymnastics, followed by ballroom/latin dance and ballet.

Afterwards she spent much of her career working in retail as a store manager and visual merchandiser. Having London for work five years ago, Cinzia was looking for something to keep her active. She turned her attention to Pilates – her experiences as a dancer having already convinced her of the benefits – knowing about the benefits. The more she learned about the method, and the more she saw results from her own practice, the more impressed she became.

It was then that Cinzia switched careers, got her qualification as Mat Pilates teacher and decided to share her passion for movement.

As an instructor, her purpose is to help people from all walks of life to feel better, achieve better posture, relieve pain, move more efficiently – and most importantly feel confident and aware of their own body. She believes that a strong, healthy body is necessary for longevity and happiness.

When she is not teaching you will find her practicing Pilates, Yoga and Pole fitness. She is also a massive fan of art, street art, dance and nature and she tries to spend most of her spare time in parks and holidays by the sea.

Ten - Notting HillBook Now1618905600
Tue 20 April10:00amOpen Reformer SessionCinzia Prenza
Cinzia is a Pilates instructor with a huge passion for exercise and fitness. Her determination, enthusiasm and motivating approach come from her experience as a former professional dancer.

She has been working with movement since she was five years old, at first with rhythmic gymnastics, followed by ballroom/latin dance and ballet.

Afterwards she spent much of her career working in retail as a store manager and visual merchandiser. Having London for work five years ago, Cinzia was looking for something to keep her active. She turned her attention to Pilates – her experiences as a dancer having already convinced her of the benefits – knowing about the benefits. The more she learned about the method, and the more she saw results from her own practice, the more impressed she became.

It was then that Cinzia switched careers, got her qualification as Mat Pilates teacher and decided to share her passion for movement.

As an instructor, her purpose is to help people from all walks of life to feel better, achieve better posture, relieve pain, move more efficiently – and most importantly feel confident and aware of their own body. She believes that a strong, healthy body is necessary for longevity and happiness.

When she is not teaching you will find her practicing Pilates, Yoga and Pole fitness. She is also a massive fan of art, street art, dance and nature and she tries to spend most of her spare time in parks and holidays by the sea.

Ten - Notting HillBook Now1618909200
Tue 20 April2:00pmOpen Reformer SessionJoao Lobo Pina
Starting his career in sports at an early age, João has always been passionate about sports.

João was a professional football player for many years, playing at the highest levels and representing his country. Determined to keep football as part of his life, he enrolled in a Sports Science degree and went on to follow his dream of working in sports and fitness, as a personal trainer and also as a football coach.

Dedicated to helping people achieve their health and fitness goals, João was drawn to Pilates though its focus on body posture, awareness and the establishing of effective, safe movement patterns. With a postgraduate certificate in rehabilitation and injury prevention, João’s motivation comes from his ability to guide his clients to help them reach their physical goals consciously and safely.

When not at Ten or working out, João loves to travel, hang out with friends or watch a good movie.

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Tue 20 April3:00pmOpen Reformer SessionJoao Lobo Pina
Starting his career in sports at an early age, João has always been passionate about sports.

João was a professional football player for many years, playing at the highest levels and representing his country. Determined to keep football as part of his life, he enrolled in a Sports Science degree and went on to follow his dream of working in sports and fitness, as a personal trainer and also as a football coach.

Dedicated to helping people achieve their health and fitness goals, João was drawn to Pilates though its focus on body posture, awareness and the establishing of effective, safe movement patterns. With a postgraduate certificate in rehabilitation and injury prevention, João’s motivation comes from his ability to guide his clients to help them reach their physical goals consciously and safely.

When not at Ten or working out, João loves to travel, hang out with friends or watch a good movie.

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Tue 20 April4:00pmOpen Reformer SessionJoao Lobo Pina
Starting his career in sports at an early age, João has always been passionate about sports.

João was a professional football player for many years, playing at the highest levels and representing his country. Determined to keep football as part of his life, he enrolled in a Sports Science degree and went on to follow his dream of working in sports and fitness, as a personal trainer and also as a football coach.

Dedicated to helping people achieve their health and fitness goals, João was drawn to Pilates though its focus on body posture, awareness and the establishing of effective, safe movement patterns. With a postgraduate certificate in rehabilitation and injury prevention, João’s motivation comes from his ability to guide his clients to help them reach their physical goals consciously and safely.

When not at Ten or working out, João loves to travel, hang out with friends or watch a good movie.

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Tue 20 April8:00amOpen Reformer SessionSarah Evans (Physio)
Registered with the Health and Care Professions Council.

Sarah is an experienced Sports Massage Therapist with a background in Physiotherapy and Sports Therapy.

She was introduced to the world of rehab and physical therapy through an internship in a Pilates studio in America. Inspired by the use of Pilates in the rehabilitation of injured athletes, she studied Sports and Exercise Therapy at Leeds Beckett University.

She graduated with a First Class Honours degree and was awarded for Outstanding Academic Achievement. During her time in Leeds, she also qualified as a Sports Massage Therapist (ITEC level 3). In 2014, she completed her Masters Degree in Physiotherapy with Merit at King’s College London.

In addition to treating everyday aches and pains for clients from all walks of life, Sarah has gained valuable experience treating a variety of athletes from recreational to elite levels. She has worked across an impressive array of sports including rugby, basketball, volleyball, athletics, gymnastics, football, swimming, long distance running, tennis, and cycling – to list just a few.

She also has a keen interested in clinical Pilates; she has completed a Mat work level 1 workshop and enjoys doing Pilates in her free time.

The approach that Sarah takes is based on combining her knowledge and experiences in Sports Massage, Physiotherapy and Sports Therapy. She adapts her treatments depending on the individual, combining massage, joint mobilisations, stretching and self-management advice.

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Tue 20 April10:00amOpen Reformer SessionSarah Evans (Physio)
Registered with the Health and Care Professions Council.

Sarah is an experienced Sports Massage Therapist with a background in Physiotherapy and Sports Therapy.

She was introduced to the world of rehab and physical therapy through an internship in a Pilates studio in America. Inspired by the use of Pilates in the rehabilitation of injured athletes, she studied Sports and Exercise Therapy at Leeds Beckett University.

She graduated with a First Class Honours degree and was awarded for Outstanding Academic Achievement. During her time in Leeds, she also qualified as a Sports Massage Therapist (ITEC level 3). In 2014, she completed her Masters Degree in Physiotherapy with Merit at King’s College London.

In addition to treating everyday aches and pains for clients from all walks of life, Sarah has gained valuable experience treating a variety of athletes from recreational to elite levels. She has worked across an impressive array of sports including rugby, basketball, volleyball, athletics, gymnastics, football, swimming, long distance running, tennis, and cycling – to list just a few.

She also has a keen interested in clinical Pilates; she has completed a Mat work level 1 workshop and enjoys doing Pilates in her free time.

The approach that Sarah takes is based on combining her knowledge and experiences in Sports Massage, Physiotherapy and Sports Therapy. She adapts her treatments depending on the individual, combining massage, joint mobilisations, stretching and self-management advice.

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Tue 20 April12:00pmOpen Reformer SessionBrett Starkowitz
Brett has been in the fitness industry for nearly 20 years, discovering Pilates back in 2005 when looking for an exercise method that would enhance his other training techniques. He soon qualified in classical and contemporary Pilates and began teaching both in a 1-1 and group training environment.

Brett has seen many successes in his years of teaching, especially in the fields of sports specific conditioning, occupational wellness, stress management and injury care and prevention. He is a great proponent of cross training and maintains that by adding Pilates to an exercise regime, you will see a dramatic improvement across the board. As a participant in Brett’s class, you know you’re in experienced and caring hands.

In addition to teaching, Brett is experienced in delivering education and continued learning to new trainers and those wishing to develop their knowledge. He has presented at several fitness conferences and regularly runs attended workshops. Always looking to further his own knowledge, Brett took a sabbatical for postgraduate study at Henley Business School.

When he is not studying, you’re more than likely to find Brett in the gym or walking his beloved Havanese, Alaska.

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Tue 20 April1:00pmOpen Reformer SessionBrett Starkowitz
Brett has been in the fitness industry for nearly 20 years, discovering Pilates back in 2005 when looking for an exercise method that would enhance his other training techniques. He soon qualified in classical and contemporary Pilates and began teaching both in a 1-1 and group training environment.

Brett has seen many successes in his years of teaching, especially in the fields of sports specific conditioning, occupational wellness, stress management and injury care and prevention. He is a great proponent of cross training and maintains that by adding Pilates to an exercise regime, you will see a dramatic improvement across the board. As a participant in Brett’s class, you know you’re in experienced and caring hands.

In addition to teaching, Brett is experienced in delivering education and continued learning to new trainers and those wishing to develop their knowledge. He has presented at several fitness conferences and regularly runs attended workshops. Always looking to further his own knowledge, Brett took a sabbatical for postgraduate study at Henley Business School.

When he is not studying, you’re more than likely to find Brett in the gym or walking his beloved Havanese, Alaska.

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Tue 20 April2:00pmOpen Reformer SessionBrett Starkowitz
Brett has been in the fitness industry for nearly 20 years, discovering Pilates back in 2005 when looking for an exercise method that would enhance his other training techniques. He soon qualified in classical and contemporary Pilates and began teaching both in a 1-1 and group training environment.

Brett has seen many successes in his years of teaching, especially in the fields of sports specific conditioning, occupational wellness, stress management and injury care and prevention. He is a great proponent of cross training and maintains that by adding Pilates to an exercise regime, you will see a dramatic improvement across the board. As a participant in Brett’s class, you know you’re in experienced and caring hands.

In addition to teaching, Brett is experienced in delivering education and continued learning to new trainers and those wishing to develop their knowledge. He has presented at several fitness conferences and regularly runs attended workshops. Always looking to further his own knowledge, Brett took a sabbatical for postgraduate study at Henley Business School.

When he is not studying, you’re more than likely to find Brett in the gym or walking his beloved Havanese, Alaska.

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Wed 21 April7:00amOpen Reformer SessionEleftheria Anastasiadou
Born in Thessaloniki, Greece, Eleftheria started ballet when she was 3 and since hasn’t stopped since.

Since then, her limitless passion for dance has led her to explore more styles including hip-hop, commercial, experimental, contemporary, and to train in aerial hoop, silks and rope. It also inspired her to travel around the world to take professional workshops with famous choreographers such as Hofesch Schetcher, Wayne McGrecor, Chazz Buzzan, Zoi Tatopoulos, and to work in some great theatrical performances, art exhibitions and dance projects.

Eleftheria’s journey to fitness started when she decided to study Sports Science and develop her knowledge of the human body and sports performance. In the last year of her studies, she was awarded a full scholarship in one of the best region’s fitness academies, working next and learning from some of the to leading fitness personalities in Greece.

After 2 years teaching in top health & fitness clubs and dance schools, Eleftheria came to London to do a masters in Dance Science in Trinity Laban.

Eleftheria believes that with the correct mindset, and positive people and influences around you, anything is possible – physically and in life generally.

She is currently undertaking the Comprehensive Pilates teaching diploma from Balance Body along with UKSCA’s the strength and conditioning coaching qualification.

At the same time, she takes dance classes around London keeps her training up to date with all the UK leading choreographers. Any time she is not teaching you will find her trying new body shapes and dance movements in the mirrors.

At Ten, you will find Eleftheria teaching Dynamic Pilates reformer, TenHiiT, TenYoga, TenBarre and TenRX classes.

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Wed 21 April9:00amOpen Reformer SessionEleftheria Anastasiadou
Born in Thessaloniki, Greece, Eleftheria started ballet when she was 3 and since hasn’t stopped since.

Since then, her limitless passion for dance has led her to explore more styles including hip-hop, commercial, experimental, contemporary, and to train in aerial hoop, silks and rope. It also inspired her to travel around the world to take professional workshops with famous choreographers such as Hofesch Schetcher, Wayne McGrecor, Chazz Buzzan, Zoi Tatopoulos, and to work in some great theatrical performances, art exhibitions and dance projects.

Eleftheria’s journey to fitness started when she decided to study Sports Science and develop her knowledge of the human body and sports performance. In the last year of her studies, she was awarded a full scholarship in one of the best region’s fitness academies, working next and learning from some of the to leading fitness personalities in Greece.

After 2 years teaching in top health & fitness clubs and dance schools, Eleftheria came to London to do a masters in Dance Science in Trinity Laban.

Eleftheria believes that with the correct mindset, and positive people and influences around you, anything is possible – physically and in life generally.

She is currently undertaking the Comprehensive Pilates teaching diploma from Balance Body along with UKSCA’s the strength and conditioning coaching qualification.

At the same time, she takes dance classes around London keeps her training up to date with all the UK leading choreographers. Any time she is not teaching you will find her trying new body shapes and dance movements in the mirrors.

At Ten, you will find Eleftheria teaching Dynamic Pilates reformer, TenHiiT, TenYoga, TenBarre and TenRX classes.

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Wed 21 April8:15amOpen Reformer SessionDarren Manly
Darren’s experience in the health and fitness industry spans the past 20 years across a number of roles, from Personal Trainer and Studio Instructor to General Manager. But whatever his role his focus has always been the same: to deliver the best possible experience for his clients, time and time again.

While stability and control form the programming base for his training style – in order to load a joint effectively and avoid the risk of injury, that joint needs to be strong and stable – Darren’s personal satisfaction and reward comes from his ability to understand his clients’ motivations for their desired outcome, and then to support them effectively on their journey to achieve it.

He is a firm believer in leading an active lifestyle, not only for the benefits on our own physical, psychological and emotional wellbeing, but also the positive influence it can have on those around us.

Outside the studio, Darren continues to practice what he preaches. Sporting Performance and Coaching remain close to Darren’s heart, particularly within rugby. Over the years, he has coached both teams and individual clients, with ages ranging from 8 to 80.

You’ll still find Darren playing and coaching rugby for his local team, and during the winter months, he’ll be looking for the first opportunity to grab his snowboard and get down a mountain.

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Wed 21 April9:15amOpen Reformer SessionDarren Manly
Darren’s experience in the health and fitness industry spans the past 20 years across a number of roles, from Personal Trainer and Studio Instructor to General Manager. But whatever his role his focus has always been the same: to deliver the best possible experience for his clients, time and time again.

While stability and control form the programming base for his training style – in order to load a joint effectively and avoid the risk of injury, that joint needs to be strong and stable – Darren’s personal satisfaction and reward comes from his ability to understand his clients’ motivations for their desired outcome, and then to support them effectively on their journey to achieve it.

He is a firm believer in leading an active lifestyle, not only for the benefits on our own physical, psychological and emotional wellbeing, but also the positive influence it can have on those around us.

Outside the studio, Darren continues to practice what he preaches. Sporting Performance and Coaching remain close to Darren’s heart, particularly within rugby. Over the years, he has coached both teams and individual clients, with ages ranging from 8 to 80.

You’ll still find Darren playing and coaching rugby for his local team, and during the winter months, he’ll be looking for the first opportunity to grab his snowboard and get down a mountain.

Ten - CityBook Now1618992900
Wed 21 April12:15pmOpen Reformer SessionDarren Manly
Darren’s experience in the health and fitness industry spans the past 20 years across a number of roles, from Personal Trainer and Studio Instructor to General Manager. But whatever his role his focus has always been the same: to deliver the best possible experience for his clients, time and time again.

While stability and control form the programming base for his training style – in order to load a joint effectively and avoid the risk of injury, that joint needs to be strong and stable – Darren’s personal satisfaction and reward comes from his ability to understand his clients’ motivations for their desired outcome, and then to support them effectively on their journey to achieve it.

He is a firm believer in leading an active lifestyle, not only for the benefits on our own physical, psychological and emotional wellbeing, but also the positive influence it can have on those around us.

Outside the studio, Darren continues to practice what he preaches. Sporting Performance and Coaching remain close to Darren’s heart, particularly within rugby. Over the years, he has coached both teams and individual clients, with ages ranging from 8 to 80.

You’ll still find Darren playing and coaching rugby for his local team, and during the winter months, he’ll be looking for the first opportunity to grab his snowboard and get down a mountain.

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Wed 21 April5:00pmOpen Reformer SessionCinzia Prenza
Cinzia is a Pilates instructor with a huge passion for exercise and fitness. Her determination, enthusiasm and motivating approach come from her experience as a former professional dancer.

She has been working with movement since she was five years old, at first with rhythmic gymnastics, followed by ballroom/latin dance and ballet.

Afterwards she spent much of her career working in retail as a store manager and visual merchandiser. Having London for work five years ago, Cinzia was looking for something to keep her active. She turned her attention to Pilates – her experiences as a dancer having already convinced her of the benefits – knowing about the benefits. The more she learned about the method, and the more she saw results from her own practice, the more impressed she became.

It was then that Cinzia switched careers, got her qualification as Mat Pilates teacher and decided to share her passion for movement.

As an instructor, her purpose is to help people from all walks of life to feel better, achieve better posture, relieve pain, move more efficiently – and most importantly feel confident and aware of their own body. She believes that a strong, healthy body is necessary for longevity and happiness.

When she is not teaching you will find her practicing Pilates, Yoga and Pole fitness. She is also a massive fan of art, street art, dance and nature and she tries to spend most of her spare time in parks and holidays by the sea.

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Wed 21 April4:00pmOpen Reformer SessionCinzia Prenza
Cinzia is a Pilates instructor with a huge passion for exercise and fitness. Her determination, enthusiasm and motivating approach come from her experience as a former professional dancer.

She has been working with movement since she was five years old, at first with rhythmic gymnastics, followed by ballroom/latin dance and ballet.

Afterwards she spent much of her career working in retail as a store manager and visual merchandiser. Having London for work five years ago, Cinzia was looking for something to keep her active. She turned her attention to Pilates – her experiences as a dancer having already convinced her of the benefits – knowing about the benefits. The more she learned about the method, and the more she saw results from her own practice, the more impressed she became.

It was then that Cinzia switched careers, got her qualification as Mat Pilates teacher and decided to share her passion for movement.

As an instructor, her purpose is to help people from all walks of life to feel better, achieve better posture, relieve pain, move more efficiently – and most importantly feel confident and aware of their own body. She believes that a strong, healthy body is necessary for longevity and happiness.

When she is not teaching you will find her practicing Pilates, Yoga and Pole fitness. She is also a massive fan of art, street art, dance and nature and she tries to spend most of her spare time in parks and holidays by the sea.

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Wed 21 April6:00pmOpen Reformer SessionCinzia Prenza
Cinzia is a Pilates instructor with a huge passion for exercise and fitness. Her determination, enthusiasm and motivating approach come from her experience as a former professional dancer.

She has been working with movement since she was five years old, at first with rhythmic gymnastics, followed by ballroom/latin dance and ballet.

Afterwards she spent much of her career working in retail as a store manager and visual merchandiser. Having London for work five years ago, Cinzia was looking for something to keep her active. She turned her attention to Pilates – her experiences as a dancer having already convinced her of the benefits – knowing about the benefits. The more she learned about the method, and the more she saw results from her own practice, the more impressed she became.

It was then that Cinzia switched careers, got her qualification as Mat Pilates teacher and decided to share her passion for movement.

As an instructor, her purpose is to help people from all walks of life to feel better, achieve better posture, relieve pain, move more efficiently – and most importantly feel confident and aware of their own body. She believes that a strong, healthy body is necessary for longevity and happiness.

When she is not teaching you will find her practicing Pilates, Yoga and Pole fitness. She is also a massive fan of art, street art, dance and nature and she tries to spend most of her spare time in parks and holidays by the sea.

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Thu 22 April10:00amOpen Reformer SessionGreg Lyon-Lowe

One of the most experienced PT’s in London, Greg began his health and fitness career in the mid 90’s.

An early advocate and keen attendee of group exercise classes, Greg’s career began when he was encouraged to get out in front of the classes he enjoyed so much, and teach. He gained his first (and in his own words, relatively basic) Exercise to Music and YMCA gym qualifications in 1995 and joined the Livingwell Health Club in Millbank.

Over the intervening years, Greg continued to pursue his thirst for knowledge. A frequent attendee of Fitness Professional conventions, Greg has completed more courses, workshops and CPD’s than he can count.

For his first few years in the industry, Greg focused on classes, working as an in-demand instructor on the freelance circuit, teaching everything from Boxercise to Step, Reebok Deck and Spin – still a guilty pleasure for his own workouts.

Over the past decade Greg focused increasingly on PT. Working in the City, over the years he saw the same patterns of dysfunction in people working in desk based jobs. His philosophy – that exercise should make you, not break you – led him to work increasingly closely with other physical therapists, helping people return from injury, and giving them the skills and strategies that will help them achieve their gals whilst training safely, effectively and minimising the risks of future injury.

In 2016, he qualified as a Chek Practitioner and Holistic Lifestyle Coach, learning how to incorporate rest and recovery, nutrition, hydration, correct movement patterns, effective breathing and mental clarity into an overarching health and wellness approach that would support and enhance his clients’ fitness journeys.

Greg likes to think of training as a “physical pension”, the more you invest now, the greater the payback in your later years.

When he works with a client, establishing their goals is the first stage. Clear and concise framing of their intentions helps to maintain focus. These include short term (0-3 months), medium term (3-12 months) and long term goals (1 year onwards).

The second stage is to assess the body for any postural or muscular imbalances that could cause or contribute to injury.

The third is a lifestyle assessment, to identify and help his clients reduce and ultimately avoid the habits and behaviours that would hinder their success.

As Greg puts it “the magic takes place in the programming, exercise has to be prescribed in the same way as a doctor would medication”. The use of primal pattern movements ensure that effective essential movement is factored into the training sessions, while the empathy and insights Greg has gained over almost 25 years as a fitness professional helps him understand where a client is on any given day and enables him to fine-tune their sessions to help them stay motivated, energized and on track.

Outside the gym, Greg can be found up the mountains in North Wales and the Lake District, paddle boarding on the Norfolk Broads or on the sofa enjoying Netflix. He is also a petrolhead – on his honeymoon, he took his wife to the world famous Le Mans 24-hour race. (Luckily, she is also a fan.)

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Thu 22 April11:00amOpen Reformer SessionGreg Lyon-Lowe

One of the most experienced PT’s in London, Greg began his health and fitness career in the mid 90’s.

An early advocate and keen attendee of group exercise classes, Greg’s career began when he was encouraged to get out in front of the classes he enjoyed so much, and teach. He gained his first (and in his own words, relatively basic) Exercise to Music and YMCA gym qualifications in 1995 and joined the Livingwell Health Club in Millbank.

Over the intervening years, Greg continued to pursue his thirst for knowledge. A frequent attendee of Fitness Professional conventions, Greg has completed more courses, workshops and CPD’s than he can count.

For his first few years in the industry, Greg focused on classes, working as an in-demand instructor on the freelance circuit, teaching everything from Boxercise to Step, Reebok Deck and Spin – still a guilty pleasure for his own workouts.

Over the past decade Greg focused increasingly on PT. Working in the City, over the years he saw the same patterns of dysfunction in people working in desk based jobs. His philosophy – that exercise should make you, not break you – led him to work increasingly closely with other physical therapists, helping people return from injury, and giving them the skills and strategies that will help them achieve their gals whilst training safely, effectively and minimising the risks of future injury.

In 2016, he qualified as a Chek Practitioner and Holistic Lifestyle Coach, learning how to incorporate rest and recovery, nutrition, hydration, correct movement patterns, effective breathing and mental clarity into an overarching health and wellness approach that would support and enhance his clients’ fitness journeys.

Greg likes to think of training as a “physical pension”, the more you invest now, the greater the payback in your later years.

When he works with a client, establishing their goals is the first stage. Clear and concise framing of their intentions helps to maintain focus. These include short term (0-3 months), medium term (3-12 months) and long term goals (1 year onwards).

The second stage is to assess the body for any postural or muscular imbalances that could cause or contribute to injury.

The third is a lifestyle assessment, to identify and help his clients reduce and ultimately avoid the habits and behaviours that would hinder their success.

As Greg puts it “the magic takes place in the programming, exercise has to be prescribed in the same way as a doctor would medication”. The use of primal pattern movements ensure that effective essential movement is factored into the training sessions, while the empathy and insights Greg has gained over almost 25 years as a fitness professional helps him understand where a client is on any given day and enables him to fine-tune their sessions to help them stay motivated, energized and on track.

Outside the gym, Greg can be found up the mountains in North Wales and the Lake District, paddle boarding on the Norfolk Broads or on the sofa enjoying Netflix. He is also a petrolhead – on his honeymoon, he took his wife to the world famous Le Mans 24-hour race. (Luckily, she is also a fan.)

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Thu 22 April12:00pmOpen Reformer SessionGreg Lyon-Lowe

One of the most experienced PT’s in London, Greg began his health and fitness career in the mid 90’s.

An early advocate and keen attendee of group exercise classes, Greg’s career began when he was encouraged to get out in front of the classes he enjoyed so much, and teach. He gained his first (and in his own words, relatively basic) Exercise to Music and YMCA gym qualifications in 1995 and joined the Livingwell Health Club in Millbank.

Over the intervening years, Greg continued to pursue his thirst for knowledge. A frequent attendee of Fitness Professional conventions, Greg has completed more courses, workshops and CPD’s than he can count.

For his first few years in the industry, Greg focused on classes, working as an in-demand instructor on the freelance circuit, teaching everything from Boxercise to Step, Reebok Deck and Spin – still a guilty pleasure for his own workouts.

Over the past decade Greg focused increasingly on PT. Working in the City, over the years he saw the same patterns of dysfunction in people working in desk based jobs. His philosophy – that exercise should make you, not break you – led him to work increasingly closely with other physical therapists, helping people return from injury, and giving them the skills and strategies that will help them achieve their gals whilst training safely, effectively and minimising the risks of future injury.

In 2016, he qualified as a Chek Practitioner and Holistic Lifestyle Coach, learning how to incorporate rest and recovery, nutrition, hydration, correct movement patterns, effective breathing and mental clarity into an overarching health and wellness approach that would support and enhance his clients’ fitness journeys.

Greg likes to think of training as a “physical pension”, the more you invest now, the greater the payback in your later years.

When he works with a client, establishing their goals is the first stage. Clear and concise framing of their intentions helps to maintain focus. These include short term (0-3 months), medium term (3-12 months) and long term goals (1 year onwards).

The second stage is to assess the body for any postural or muscular imbalances that could cause or contribute to injury.

The third is a lifestyle assessment, to identify and help his clients reduce and ultimately avoid the habits and behaviours that would hinder their success.

As Greg puts it “the magic takes place in the programming, exercise has to be prescribed in the same way as a doctor would medication”. The use of primal pattern movements ensure that effective essential movement is factored into the training sessions, while the empathy and insights Greg has gained over almost 25 years as a fitness professional helps him understand where a client is on any given day and enables him to fine-tune their sessions to help them stay motivated, energized and on track.

Outside the gym, Greg can be found up the mountains in North Wales and the Lake District, paddle boarding on the Norfolk Broads or on the sofa enjoying Netflix. He is also a petrolhead – on his honeymoon, he took his wife to the world famous Le Mans 24-hour race. (Luckily, she is also a fan.)

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Thu 22 April8:00amOpen Reformer SessionCinzia Prenza
Cinzia is a Pilates instructor with a huge passion for exercise and fitness. Her determination, enthusiasm and motivating approach come from her experience as a former professional dancer.

She has been working with movement since she was five years old, at first with rhythmic gymnastics, followed by ballroom/latin dance and ballet.

Afterwards she spent much of her career working in retail as a store manager and visual merchandiser. Having London for work five years ago, Cinzia was looking for something to keep her active. She turned her attention to Pilates – her experiences as a dancer having already convinced her of the benefits – knowing about the benefits. The more she learned about the method, and the more she saw results from her own practice, the more impressed she became.

It was then that Cinzia switched careers, got her qualification as Mat Pilates teacher and decided to share her passion for movement.

As an instructor, her purpose is to help people from all walks of life to feel better, achieve better posture, relieve pain, move more efficiently – and most importantly feel confident and aware of their own body. She believes that a strong, healthy body is necessary for longevity and happiness.

When she is not teaching you will find her practicing Pilates, Yoga and Pole fitness. She is also a massive fan of art, street art, dance and nature and she tries to spend most of her spare time in parks and holidays by the sea.

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Thu 22 April9:00amOpen Reformer SessionCinzia Prenza
Cinzia is a Pilates instructor with a huge passion for exercise and fitness. Her determination, enthusiasm and motivating approach come from her experience as a former professional dancer.

She has been working with movement since she was five years old, at first with rhythmic gymnastics, followed by ballroom/latin dance and ballet.

Afterwards she spent much of her career working in retail as a store manager and visual merchandiser. Having London for work five years ago, Cinzia was looking for something to keep her active. She turned her attention to Pilates – her experiences as a dancer having already convinced her of the benefits – knowing about the benefits. The more she learned about the method, and the more she saw results from her own practice, the more impressed she became.

It was then that Cinzia switched careers, got her qualification as Mat Pilates teacher and decided to share her passion for movement.

As an instructor, her purpose is to help people from all walks of life to feel better, achieve better posture, relieve pain, move more efficiently – and most importantly feel confident and aware of their own body. She believes that a strong, healthy body is necessary for longevity and happiness.

When she is not teaching you will find her practicing Pilates, Yoga and Pole fitness. She is also a massive fan of art, street art, dance and nature and she tries to spend most of her spare time in parks and holidays by the sea.

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Thu 22 April10:00amOpen Reformer SessionCinzia Prenza
Cinzia is a Pilates instructor with a huge passion for exercise and fitness. Her determination, enthusiasm and motivating approach come from her experience as a former professional dancer.

She has been working with movement since she was five years old, at first with rhythmic gymnastics, followed by ballroom/latin dance and ballet.

Afterwards she spent much of her career working in retail as a store manager and visual merchandiser. Having London for work five years ago, Cinzia was looking for something to keep her active. She turned her attention to Pilates – her experiences as a dancer having already convinced her of the benefits – knowing about the benefits. The more she learned about the method, and the more she saw results from her own practice, the more impressed she became.

It was then that Cinzia switched careers, got her qualification as Mat Pilates teacher and decided to share her passion for movement.

As an instructor, her purpose is to help people from all walks of life to feel better, achieve better posture, relieve pain, move more efficiently – and most importantly feel confident and aware of their own body. She believes that a strong, healthy body is necessary for longevity and happiness.

When she is not teaching you will find her practicing Pilates, Yoga and Pole fitness. She is also a massive fan of art, street art, dance and nature and she tries to spend most of her spare time in parks and holidays by the sea.

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Thu 22 April2:00pmOpen Reformer SessionJoao Lobo Pina
Starting his career in sports at an early age, João has always been passionate about sports.

João was a professional football player for many years, playing at the highest levels and representing his country. Determined to keep football as part of his life, he enrolled in a Sports Science degree and went on to follow his dream of working in sports and fitness, as a personal trainer and also as a football coach.

Dedicated to helping people achieve their health and fitness goals, João was drawn to Pilates though its focus on body posture, awareness and the establishing of effective, safe movement patterns. With a postgraduate certificate in rehabilitation and injury prevention, João’s motivation comes from his ability to guide his clients to help them reach their physical goals consciously and safely.

When not at Ten or working out, João loves to travel, hang out with friends or watch a good movie.

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Thu 22 April4:00pmOpen Reformer SessionJoao Lobo Pina
Starting his career in sports at an early age, João has always been passionate about sports.

João was a professional football player for many years, playing at the highest levels and representing his country. Determined to keep football as part of his life, he enrolled in a Sports Science degree and went on to follow his dream of working in sports and fitness, as a personal trainer and also as a football coach.

Dedicated to helping people achieve their health and fitness goals, João was drawn to Pilates though its focus on body posture, awareness and the establishing of effective, safe movement patterns. With a postgraduate certificate in rehabilitation and injury prevention, João’s motivation comes from his ability to guide his clients to help them reach their physical goals consciously and safely.

When not at Ten or working out, João loves to travel, hang out with friends or watch a good movie.

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Thu 22 April8:00amOpen Reformer SessionTen TrainerTen - Hatton GardenBook Now1619074800
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Thu 22 April8:15amOpen Reformer SessionDarren Manly
Darren’s experience in the health and fitness industry spans the past 20 years across a number of roles, from Personal Trainer and Studio Instructor to General Manager. But whatever his role his focus has always been the same: to deliver the best possible experience for his clients, time and time again.

While stability and control form the programming base for his training style – in order to load a joint effectively and avoid the risk of injury, that joint needs to be strong and stable – Darren’s personal satisfaction and reward comes from his ability to understand his clients’ motivations for their desired outcome, and then to support them effectively on their journey to achieve it.

He is a firm believer in leading an active lifestyle, not only for the benefits on our own physical, psychological and emotional wellbeing, but also the positive influence it can have on those around us.

Outside the studio, Darren continues to practice what he preaches. Sporting Performance and Coaching remain close to Darren’s heart, particularly within rugby. Over the years, he has coached both teams and individual clients, with ages ranging from 8 to 80.

You’ll still find Darren playing and coaching rugby for his local team, and during the winter months, he’ll be looking for the first opportunity to grab his snowboard and get down a mountain.

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Thu 22 April1:15pmOpen Reformer SessionDarren Manly
Darren’s experience in the health and fitness industry spans the past 20 years across a number of roles, from Personal Trainer and Studio Instructor to General Manager. But whatever his role his focus has always been the same: to deliver the best possible experience for his clients, time and time again.

While stability and control form the programming base for his training style – in order to load a joint effectively and avoid the risk of injury, that joint needs to be strong and stable – Darren’s personal satisfaction and reward comes from his ability to understand his clients’ motivations for their desired outcome, and then to support them effectively on their journey to achieve it.

He is a firm believer in leading an active lifestyle, not only for the benefits on our own physical, psychological and emotional wellbeing, but also the positive influence it can have on those around us.

Outside the studio, Darren continues to practice what he preaches. Sporting Performance and Coaching remain close to Darren’s heart, particularly within rugby. Over the years, he has coached both teams and individual clients, with ages ranging from 8 to 80.

You’ll still find Darren playing and coaching rugby for his local team, and during the winter months, he’ll be looking for the first opportunity to grab his snowboard and get down a mountain.

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Thu 22 April12:00pmOpen Reformer SessionTen TrainerTen - Notting HillBook Now1619089200
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Thu 22 April3:00pmOpen Reformer SessionJoao Lobo Pina
Starting his career in sports at an early age, João has always been passionate about sports.

João was a professional football player for many years, playing at the highest levels and representing his country. Determined to keep football as part of his life, he enrolled in a Sports Science degree and went on to follow his dream of working in sports and fitness, as a personal trainer and also as a football coach.

Dedicated to helping people achieve their health and fitness goals, João was drawn to Pilates though its focus on body posture, awareness and the establishing of effective, safe movement patterns. With a postgraduate certificate in rehabilitation and injury prevention, João’s motivation comes from his ability to guide his clients to help them reach their physical goals consciously and safely.

When not at Ten or working out, João loves to travel, hang out with friends or watch a good movie.

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Fri 23 April9:00amOpen Reformer SessionJennifer 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 23 April11:00amOpen Reformer SessionJennifer 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 23 April12:00pmOpen Reformer SessionEleftheria Anastasiadou
Born in Thessaloniki, Greece, Eleftheria started ballet when she was 3 and since hasn’t stopped since.

Since then, her limitless passion for dance has led her to explore more styles including hip-hop, commercial, experimental, contemporary, and to train in aerial hoop, silks and rope. It also inspired her to travel around the world to take professional workshops with famous choreographers such as Hofesch Schetcher, Wayne McGrecor, Chazz Buzzan, Zoi Tatopoulos, and to work in some great theatrical performances, art exhibitions and dance projects.

Eleftheria’s journey to fitness started when she decided to study Sports Science and develop her knowledge of the human body and sports performance. In the last year of her studies, she was awarded a full scholarship in one of the best region’s fitness academies, working next and learning from some of the to leading fitness personalities in Greece.

After 2 years teaching in top health & fitness clubs and dance schools, Eleftheria came to London to do a masters in Dance Science in Trinity Laban.

Eleftheria believes that with the correct mindset, and positive people and influences around you, anything is possible – physically and in life generally.

She is currently undertaking the Comprehensive Pilates teaching diploma from Balance Body along with UKSCA’s the strength and conditioning coaching qualification.

At the same time, she takes dance classes around London keeps her training up to date with all the UK leading choreographers. Any time she is not teaching you will find her trying new body shapes and dance movements in the mirrors.

At Ten, you will find Eleftheria teaching Dynamic Pilates reformer, TenHiiT, TenYoga, TenBarre and TenRX classes.

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Fri 23 April2:00pmOpen Reformer SessionEleftheria Anastasiadou
Born in Thessaloniki, Greece, Eleftheria started ballet when she was 3 and since hasn’t stopped since.

Since then, her limitless passion for dance has led her to explore more styles including hip-hop, commercial, experimental, contemporary, and to train in aerial hoop, silks and rope. It also inspired her to travel around the world to take professional workshops with famous choreographers such as Hofesch Schetcher, Wayne McGrecor, Chazz Buzzan, Zoi Tatopoulos, and to work in some great theatrical performances, art exhibitions and dance projects.

Eleftheria’s journey to fitness started when she decided to study Sports Science and develop her knowledge of the human body and sports performance. In the last year of her studies, she was awarded a full scholarship in one of the best region’s fitness academies, working next and learning from some of the to leading fitness personalities in Greece.

After 2 years teaching in top health & fitness clubs and dance schools, Eleftheria came to London to do a masters in Dance Science in Trinity Laban.

Eleftheria believes that with the correct mindset, and positive people and influences around you, anything is possible – physically and in life generally.

She is currently undertaking the Comprehensive Pilates teaching diploma from Balance Body along with UKSCA’s the strength and conditioning coaching qualification.

At the same time, she takes dance classes around London keeps her training up to date with all the UK leading choreographers. Any time she is not teaching you will find her trying new body shapes and dance movements in the mirrors.

At Ten, you will find Eleftheria teaching Dynamic Pilates reformer, TenHiiT, TenYoga, TenBarre and TenRX classes.

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Fri 23 April12:00pmOpen Reformer SessionTommy Marshall
Tommy has been physically active for as long as he can remember, playing recreational to semi-professional football over the years before a back condition stopped him in his tracks.

Combining a lifelong enthusiasm for movement and activity with his love of science, Tommy took his first career step by graduating from the University of Bath with an MSci Sports and Exercise Science degree.

A postgraduate season with the first team of Bristol City Football Club gave Tommy the opportunity to lead both gym and pitch based prehab/rehab sessions as well as taking the players through their strength and conditioning programs on a one to one and group basis.

It was also this experience – good as it was – that motivated him to move away from professional football and follow a deeper passion that had developed for helping people achieve their goals through exercise. Especially when underpinned by science and research.

Tommy is a firm believer that exercise is medicine. He loves helping people meet their goals no matter how big or small – meeting any goal is a step in the right direction. He is driven and enthusiastic to help empower you to reach your full potential.

In his spare time Tommy can be found in the gym, at the London Stadium watching his beloved West Ham United (which usually ends in disappointment) or exploring a new part of the world.

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Fri 23 April2:00pmOpen Reformer SessionTommy Marshall
Tommy has been physically active for as long as he can remember, playing recreational to semi-professional football over the years before a back condition stopped him in his tracks.

Combining a lifelong enthusiasm for movement and activity with his love of science, Tommy took his first career step by graduating from the University of Bath with an MSci Sports and Exercise Science degree.

A postgraduate season with the first team of Bristol City Football Club gave Tommy the opportunity to lead both gym and pitch based prehab/rehab sessions as well as taking the players through their strength and conditioning programs on a one to one and group basis.

It was also this experience – good as it was – that motivated him to move away from professional football and follow a deeper passion that had developed for helping people achieve their goals through exercise. Especially when underpinned by science and research.

Tommy is a firm believer that exercise is medicine. He loves helping people meet their goals no matter how big or small – meeting any goal is a step in the right direction. He is driven and enthusiastic to help empower you to reach your full potential.

In his spare time Tommy can be found in the gym, at the London Stadium watching his beloved West Ham United (which usually ends in disappointment) or exploring a new part of the world.

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Sun 25 April1:00pmOpen Reformer SessionRafael Cunha
Born and raised in Brazil, Rafael has always had a keen interest in sport and exercise, enjoying everything from football to handball, volleyball to basketball, running to capoeira and swimming to surfing.
 
 
His passion for exercise and for understanding the positive effect movement has on the human body led him to complete an undergraduate degree in Physical Education in 2008, followed by a postgraduate degree in Physiology of Exercise in 2015.

 

After graduating, Rafael began his career working as a personal trainer for both adults and children. Throughout his career he has also been involved in coaching and teaching a range of sports, leading capoeira groups, running social projects, organising boot camps and sports championships, and he even founded his own running group.

 

Believing that the human body truly is made to move, Rafael credits the skeletal system as the thing that allows us to live our lives to the maximum.

 

It’s this interest in musculoskeletal health that led him to train both as a Pilates instructor and study Tui Na massage, further improving his knowledge and understanding of human anatomy and in turn helping him to address muscular imbalances.

 

Having previously worked with people who faced hernias, disc protrusion, sciatic nerve issues, back pain and postural imbalances, Rafael enjoys helping people improve their quality of movement, overall fitness and general health.

 

This experience also taught him the importance of looking after our bodies, so that we can continue to live healthy and active lives without aches and pains.

 

Rafael takes a tailored approach to each client, understanding their needs, respecting their limitations and observing existing imbalances in the musculoskeletal system, which enables him to develop individual plans to help his clients achieve their goals. Whether that is to reduce pain and discomfort or increase tone, his programmes are developed to help clients strengthen the right muscles and restore balance.

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Sun 25 April2:00pmOpen Reformer SessionRafael Cunha
Born and raised in Brazil, Rafael has always had a keen interest in sport and exercise, enjoying everything from football to handball, volleyball to basketball, running to capoeira and swimming to surfing.
 
 
His passion for exercise and for understanding the positive effect movement has on the human body led him to complete an undergraduate degree in Physical Education in 2008, followed by a postgraduate degree in Physiology of Exercise in 2015.

 

After graduating, Rafael began his career working as a personal trainer for both adults and children. Throughout his career he has also been involved in coaching and teaching a range of sports, leading capoeira groups, running social projects, organising boot camps and sports championships, and he even founded his own running group.

 

Believing that the human body truly is made to move, Rafael credits the skeletal system as the thing that allows us to live our lives to the maximum.

 

It’s this interest in musculoskeletal health that led him to train both as a Pilates instructor and study Tui Na massage, further improving his knowledge and understanding of human anatomy and in turn helping him to address muscular imbalances.

 

Having previously worked with people who faced hernias, disc protrusion, sciatic nerve issues, back pain and postural imbalances, Rafael enjoys helping people improve their quality of movement, overall fitness and general health.

 

This experience also taught him the importance of looking after our bodies, so that we can continue to live healthy and active lives without aches and pains.

 

Rafael takes a tailored approach to each client, understanding their needs, respecting their limitations and observing existing imbalances in the musculoskeletal system, which enables him to develop individual plans to help his clients achieve their goals. Whether that is to reduce pain and discomfort or increase tone, his programmes are developed to help clients strengthen the right muscles and restore balance.

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Sun 25 April9:00amOpen Reformer SessionGeorgia Heaven
Georgia graduated with a Sport and Exercise degree from Loughborough University. Her degree gave her valuable scientific-based knowledge on the latest clinical and exercise research.

You can expect your sessions with Georgia to be scientifically researched and tailored to your needs and goals – endorsing the approach that exercise is medicine. Georgia takes a behavioral approach to her clients’ journey with Ten, creating progressive and individualised exercise programs to help support long-lasting lifestyle change.

Georgia's expertise and infectious energy make her a great and motivator. You’ll come away from your sessions with her not only moving better and with more confidence, but also armed with the information and insights necessary to support you on the changes you’ve set out to make.

Outside Ten, Georgia is a passionate and dedicated Kickboxer. She credits her keen interest in human anatomy and nutrition as key factors in helping her become UK National Lightweight Intermediate Champion in 2019 and gain her Black Belt. When she’s not in the Studio, Georgia can be found kicking a punch bag honing her skills and training for her next competition.

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Sun 25 April10:00amOpen Reformer SessionGeorgia Heaven
Georgia graduated with a Sport and Exercise degree from Loughborough University. Her degree gave her valuable scientific-based knowledge on the latest clinical and exercise research.

You can expect your sessions with Georgia to be scientifically researched and tailored to your needs and goals – endorsing the approach that exercise is medicine. Georgia takes a behavioral approach to her clients’ journey with Ten, creating progressive and individualised exercise programs to help support long-lasting lifestyle change.

Georgia's expertise and infectious energy make her a great and motivator. You’ll come away from your sessions with her not only moving better and with more confidence, but also armed with the information and insights necessary to support you on the changes you’ve set out to make.

Outside Ten, Georgia is a passionate and dedicated Kickboxer. She credits her keen interest in human anatomy and nutrition as key factors in helping her become UK National Lightweight Intermediate Champion in 2019 and gain her Black Belt. When she’s not in the Studio, Georgia can be found kicking a punch bag honing her skills and training for her next competition.

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Sun 25 April2:00pmOpen Reformer SessionGeorgia Heaven
Georgia graduated with a Sport and Exercise degree from Loughborough University. Her degree gave her valuable scientific-based knowledge on the latest clinical and exercise research.

You can expect your sessions with Georgia to be scientifically researched and tailored to your needs and goals – endorsing the approach that exercise is medicine. Georgia takes a behavioral approach to her clients’ journey with Ten, creating progressive and individualised exercise programs to help support long-lasting lifestyle change.

Georgia's expertise and infectious energy make her a great and motivator. You’ll come away from your sessions with her not only moving better and with more confidence, but also armed with the information and insights necessary to support you on the changes you’ve set out to make.

Outside Ten, Georgia is a passionate and dedicated Kickboxer. She credits her keen interest in human anatomy and nutrition as key factors in helping her become UK National Lightweight Intermediate Champion in 2019 and gain her Black Belt. When she’s not in the Studio, Georgia can be found kicking a punch bag honing her skills and training for her next competition.

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Sun 25 April11:00amOpen Reformer SessionSantiago Gallego
Santiago (or Santi as he likes to be called) comes to Ten with a wealth of experience and expertise, having completed a PGdip in Brazil and a Master’s in Exercise Physiology at St Mary’s, London, where he developed specialisms in cardiovascular rehabilitation and postural correction.

As an exercise physiologist, Santi is passionate about ensuring he keeps himself as up to date as possible on new scientific evidence and research to continue expanding his knowledge.

Santi will take time to create a bespoke exercise prescription plan to ensure the client’s needs always comes first whilst understanding the journey needed to reach health and fitness goals.

For Santi, there is nothing more rewarding than working with a client and helping them to improve their quality of life. Open and approachable, in both classes and 1-1 sessions his calm approach is balanced with his natural ability to engage and motivate his clients.

Since childhood, Santi has loved spending free time in the great outdoors, and when he’s not working you’ll find him hiking, kayaking or traveling with his camera taking snaps all over the world.

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Sun 25 April2:00pmOpen Reformer SessionSantiago Gallego
Santiago (or Santi as he likes to be called) comes to Ten with a wealth of experience and expertise, having completed a PGdip in Brazil and a Master’s in Exercise Physiology at St Mary’s, London, where he developed specialisms in cardiovascular rehabilitation and postural correction.

As an exercise physiologist, Santi is passionate about ensuring he keeps himself as up to date as possible on new scientific evidence and research to continue expanding his knowledge.

Santi will take time to create a bespoke exercise prescription plan to ensure the client’s needs always comes first whilst understanding the journey needed to reach health and fitness goals.

For Santi, there is nothing more rewarding than working with a client and helping them to improve their quality of life. Open and approachable, in both classes and 1-1 sessions his calm approach is balanced with his natural ability to engage and motivate his clients.

Since childhood, Santi has loved spending free time in the great outdoors, and when he’s not working you’ll find him hiking, kayaking or traveling with his camera taking snaps all over the world.

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Sun 25 April9:00amOpen Reformer SessionJody Ashmore
Now an instructor herself, Jody has been personally practising both Matwork and Reformer Pilates for over 10 years. Whilst working in the live music industry, she found that the physical and mental benefits that a daily Matwork Pilates practice gave her were essential for relieving the stresses of such a demanding job. She then discovered Dynamic Reformer classes at Ten Notting Hill and hasn’t looked back since – she even attended the PreNatal classes while pregnant with her son and got back into the studio afterwards to regain her strength.

Jody’s journey to becoming a Pilates instructor began when she suffered a neck injury. Having been advised by her Physiotherapist to start practising Pilates to support her rehabilitation, she learned first-hand just how effective it can be and was inspired to pursue a Level 3 Matwork qualification.

Having achieved this, she also went on to complete her Small Equipment, Osteo Pilates and Pre and Postnatal Matwork certificates, before completing her Dynamic Reformer certificate.

Jody loves nothing more than helping her clients achieve their goals through Pilates – whether that’s to get the physique they desire or to return to a pain-free life – and seeing them gain strength physically and mentally through practice, just as she did.

When she’s not in the studio or stretching at home, Jody loves swimming, being in the great outdoors, watching movies and, most importantly, spending time with her family.

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Sun 25 April10:00amOpen Reformer SessionJody Ashmore
Now an instructor herself, Jody has been personally practising both Matwork and Reformer Pilates for over 10 years. Whilst working in the live music industry, she found that the physical and mental benefits that a daily Matwork Pilates practice gave her were essential for relieving the stresses of such a demanding job. She then discovered Dynamic Reformer classes at Ten Notting Hill and hasn’t looked back since – she even attended the PreNatal classes while pregnant with her son and got back into the studio afterwards to regain her strength.

Jody’s journey to becoming a Pilates instructor began when she suffered a neck injury. Having been advised by her Physiotherapist to start practising Pilates to support her rehabilitation, she learned first-hand just how effective it can be and was inspired to pursue a Level 3 Matwork qualification.

Having achieved this, she also went on to complete her Small Equipment, Osteo Pilates and Pre and Postnatal Matwork certificates, before completing her Dynamic Reformer certificate.

Jody loves nothing more than helping her clients achieve their goals through Pilates – whether that’s to get the physique they desire or to return to a pain-free life – and seeing them gain strength physically and mentally through practice, just as she did.

When she’s not in the studio or stretching at home, Jody loves swimming, being in the great outdoors, watching movies and, most importantly, spending time with her family.

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Sun 25 April11:00amOpen Reformer SessionJody Ashmore
Now an instructor herself, Jody has been personally practising both Matwork and Reformer Pilates for over 10 years. Whilst working in the live music industry, she found that the physical and mental benefits that a daily Matwork Pilates practice gave her were essential for relieving the stresses of such a demanding job. She then discovered Dynamic Reformer classes at Ten Notting Hill and hasn’t looked back since – she even attended the PreNatal classes while pregnant with her son and got back into the studio afterwards to regain her strength.

Jody’s journey to becoming a Pilates instructor began when she suffered a neck injury. Having been advised by her Physiotherapist to start practising Pilates to support her rehabilitation, she learned first-hand just how effective it can be and was inspired to pursue a Level 3 Matwork qualification.

Having achieved this, she also went on to complete her Small Equipment, Osteo Pilates and Pre and Postnatal Matwork certificates, before completing her Dynamic Reformer certificate.

Jody loves nothing more than helping her clients achieve their goals through Pilates – whether that’s to get the physique they desire or to return to a pain-free life – and seeing them gain strength physically and mentally through practice, just as she did.

When she’s not in the studio or stretching at home, Jody loves swimming, being in the great outdoors, watching movies and, most importantly, spending time with her family.

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Mon 26 April7:00amOpen Reformer SessionRafael Cunha
Born and raised in Brazil, Rafael has always had a keen interest in sport and exercise, enjoying everything from football to handball, volleyball to basketball, running to capoeira and swimming to surfing.
 
 
His passion for exercise and for understanding the positive effect movement has on the human body led him to complete an undergraduate degree in Physical Education in 2008, followed by a postgraduate degree in Physiology of Exercise in 2015.

 

After graduating, Rafael began his career working as a personal trainer for both adults and children. Throughout his career he has also been involved in coaching and teaching a range of sports, leading capoeira groups, running social projects, organising boot camps and sports championships, and he even founded his own running group.

 

Believing that the human body truly is made to move, Rafael credits the skeletal system as the thing that allows us to live our lives to the maximum.

 

It’s this interest in musculoskeletal health that led him to train both as a Pilates instructor and study Tui Na massage, further improving his knowledge and understanding of human anatomy and in turn helping him to address muscular imbalances.

 

Having previously worked with people who faced hernias, disc protrusion, sciatic nerve issues, back pain and postural imbalances, Rafael enjoys helping people improve their quality of movement, overall fitness and general health.

 

This experience also taught him the importance of looking after our bodies, so that we can continue to live healthy and active lives without aches and pains.

 

Rafael takes a tailored approach to each client, understanding their needs, respecting their limitations and observing existing imbalances in the musculoskeletal system, which enables him to develop individual plans to help his clients achieve their goals. Whether that is to reduce pain and discomfort or increase tone, his programmes are developed to help clients strengthen the right muscles and restore balance.

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Mon 26 April9:00amOpen Reformer SessionRafael Cunha
Born and raised in Brazil, Rafael has always had a keen interest in sport and exercise, enjoying everything from football to handball, volleyball to basketball, running to capoeira and swimming to surfing.
 
 
His passion for exercise and for understanding the positive effect movement has on the human body led him to complete an undergraduate degree in Physical Education in 2008, followed by a postgraduate degree in Physiology of Exercise in 2015.

 

After graduating, Rafael began his career working as a personal trainer for both adults and children. Throughout his career he has also been involved in coaching and teaching a range of sports, leading capoeira groups, running social projects, organising boot camps and sports championships, and he even founded his own running group.

 

Believing that the human body truly is made to move, Rafael credits the skeletal system as the thing that allows us to live our lives to the maximum.

 

It’s this interest in musculoskeletal health that led him to train both as a Pilates instructor and study Tui Na massage, further improving his knowledge and understanding of human anatomy and in turn helping him to address muscular imbalances.

 

Having previously worked with people who faced hernias, disc protrusion, sciatic nerve issues, back pain and postural imbalances, Rafael enjoys helping people improve their quality of movement, overall fitness and general health.

 

This experience also taught him the importance of looking after our bodies, so that we can continue to live healthy and active lives without aches and pains.

 

Rafael takes a tailored approach to each client, understanding their needs, respecting their limitations and observing existing imbalances in the musculoskeletal system, which enables him to develop individual plans to help his clients achieve their goals. Whether that is to reduce pain and discomfort or increase tone, his programmes are developed to help clients strengthen the right muscles and restore balance.

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Mon 26 April11:00amOpen Reformer SessionRafael Cunha
Born and raised in Brazil, Rafael has always had a keen interest in sport and exercise, enjoying everything from football to handball, volleyball to basketball, running to capoeira and swimming to surfing.
 
 
His passion for exercise and for understanding the positive effect movement has on the human body led him to complete an undergraduate degree in Physical Education in 2008, followed by a postgraduate degree in Physiology of Exercise in 2015.

 

After graduating, Rafael began his career working as a personal trainer for both adults and children. Throughout his career he has also been involved in coaching and teaching a range of sports, leading capoeira groups, running social projects, organising boot camps and sports championships, and he even founded his own running group.

 

Believing that the human body truly is made to move, Rafael credits the skeletal system as the thing that allows us to live our lives to the maximum.

 

It’s this interest in musculoskeletal health that led him to train both as a Pilates instructor and study Tui Na massage, further improving his knowledge and understanding of human anatomy and in turn helping him to address muscular imbalances.

 

Having previously worked with people who faced hernias, disc protrusion, sciatic nerve issues, back pain and postural imbalances, Rafael enjoys helping people improve their quality of movement, overall fitness and general health.

 

This experience also taught him the importance of looking after our bodies, so that we can continue to live healthy and active lives without aches and pains.

 

Rafael takes a tailored approach to each client, understanding their needs, respecting their limitations and observing existing imbalances in the musculoskeletal system, which enables him to develop individual plans to help his clients achieve their goals. Whether that is to reduce pain and discomfort or increase tone, his programmes are developed to help clients strengthen the right muscles and restore balance.

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Mon 26 April12:00pmOpen Reformer SessionTommy Marshall
Tommy has been physically active for as long as he can remember, playing recreational to semi-professional football over the years before a back condition stopped him in his tracks.

Combining a lifelong enthusiasm for movement and activity with his love of science, Tommy took his first career step by graduating from the University of Bath with an MSci Sports and Exercise Science degree.

A postgraduate season with the first team of Bristol City Football Club gave Tommy the opportunity to lead both gym and pitch based prehab/rehab sessions as well as taking the players through their strength and conditioning programs on a one to one and group basis.

It was also this experience – good as it was – that motivated him to move away from professional football and follow a deeper passion that had developed for helping people achieve their goals through exercise. Especially when underpinned by science and research.

Tommy is a firm believer that exercise is medicine. He loves helping people meet their goals no matter how big or small – meeting any goal is a step in the right direction. He is driven and enthusiastic to help empower you to reach your full potential.

In his spare time Tommy can be found in the gym, at the London Stadium watching his beloved West Ham United (which usually ends in disappointment) or exploring a new part of the world.

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Mon 26 April2:00pmOpen Reformer SessionTommy Marshall
Tommy has been physically active for as long as he can remember, playing recreational to semi-professional football over the years before a back condition stopped him in his tracks.

Combining a lifelong enthusiasm for movement and activity with his love of science, Tommy took his first career step by graduating from the University of Bath with an MSci Sports and Exercise Science degree.

A postgraduate season with the first team of Bristol City Football Club gave Tommy the opportunity to lead both gym and pitch based prehab/rehab sessions as well as taking the players through their strength and conditioning programs on a one to one and group basis.

It was also this experience – good as it was – that motivated him to move away from professional football and follow a deeper passion that had developed for helping people achieve their goals through exercise. Especially when underpinned by science and research.

Tommy is a firm believer that exercise is medicine. He loves helping people meet their goals no matter how big or small – meeting any goal is a step in the right direction. He is driven and enthusiastic to help empower you to reach your full potential.

In his spare time Tommy can be found in the gym, at the London Stadium watching his beloved West Ham United (which usually ends in disappointment) or exploring a new part of the world.

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Mon 26 April9:15amOpen Reformer SessionDarren Manly
Darren’s experience in the health and fitness industry spans the past 20 years across a number of roles, from Personal Trainer and Studio Instructor to General Manager. But whatever his role his focus has always been the same: to deliver the best possible experience for his clients, time and time again.

While stability and control form the programming base for his training style – in order to load a joint effectively and avoid the risk of injury, that joint needs to be strong and stable – Darren’s personal satisfaction and reward comes from his ability to understand his clients’ motivations for their desired outcome, and then to support them effectively on their journey to achieve it.

He is a firm believer in leading an active lifestyle, not only for the benefits on our own physical, psychological and emotional wellbeing, but also the positive influence it can have on those around us.

Outside the studio, Darren continues to practice what he preaches. Sporting Performance and Coaching remain close to Darren’s heart, particularly within rugby. Over the years, he has coached both teams and individual clients, with ages ranging from 8 to 80.

You’ll still find Darren playing and coaching rugby for his local team, and during the winter months, he’ll be looking for the first opportunity to grab his snowboard and get down a mountain.

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Mon 26 April12:15pmOpen Reformer SessionDarren Manly
Darren’s experience in the health and fitness industry spans the past 20 years across a number of roles, from Personal Trainer and Studio Instructor to General Manager. But whatever his role his focus has always been the same: to deliver the best possible experience for his clients, time and time again.

While stability and control form the programming base for his training style – in order to load a joint effectively and avoid the risk of injury, that joint needs to be strong and stable – Darren’s personal satisfaction and reward comes from his ability to understand his clients’ motivations for their desired outcome, and then to support them effectively on their journey to achieve it.

He is a firm believer in leading an active lifestyle, not only for the benefits on our own physical, psychological and emotional wellbeing, but also the positive influence it can have on those around us.

Outside the studio, Darren continues to practice what he preaches. Sporting Performance and Coaching remain close to Darren’s heart, particularly within rugby. Over the years, he has coached both teams and individual clients, with ages ranging from 8 to 80.

You’ll still find Darren playing and coaching rugby for his local team, and during the winter months, he’ll be looking for the first opportunity to grab his snowboard and get down a mountain.

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Tue 27 April10:00amOpen Reformer SessionGreg Lyon-Lowe

One of the most experienced PT’s in London, Greg began his health and fitness career in the mid 90’s.

An early advocate and keen attendee of group exercise classes, Greg’s career began when he was encouraged to get out in front of the classes he enjoyed so much, and teach. He gained his first (and in his own words, relatively basic) Exercise to Music and YMCA gym qualifications in 1995 and joined the Livingwell Health Club in Millbank.

Over the intervening years, Greg continued to pursue his thirst for knowledge. A frequent attendee of Fitness Professional conventions, Greg has completed more courses, workshops and CPD’s than he can count.

For his first few years in the industry, Greg focused on classes, working as an in-demand instructor on the freelance circuit, teaching everything from Boxercise to Step, Reebok Deck and Spin – still a guilty pleasure for his own workouts.

Over the past decade Greg focused increasingly on PT. Working in the City, over the years he saw the same patterns of dysfunction in people working in desk based jobs. His philosophy – that exercise should make you, not break you – led him to work increasingly closely with other physical therapists, helping people return from injury, and giving them the skills and strategies that will help them achieve their gals whilst training safely, effectively and minimising the risks of future injury.

In 2016, he qualified as a Chek Practitioner and Holistic Lifestyle Coach, learning how to incorporate rest and recovery, nutrition, hydration, correct movement patterns, effective breathing and mental clarity into an overarching health and wellness approach that would support and enhance his clients’ fitness journeys.

Greg likes to think of training as a “physical pension”, the more you invest now, the greater the payback in your later years.

When he works with a client, establishing their goals is the first stage. Clear and concise framing of their intentions helps to maintain focus. These include short term (0-3 months), medium term (3-12 months) and long term goals (1 year onwards).

The second stage is to assess the body for any postural or muscular imbalances that could cause or contribute to injury.

The third is a lifestyle assessment, to identify and help his clients reduce and ultimately avoid the habits and behaviours that would hinder their success.

As Greg puts it “the magic takes place in the programming, exercise has to be prescribed in the same way as a doctor would medication”. The use of primal pattern movements ensure that effective essential movement is factored into the training sessions, while the empathy and insights Greg has gained over almost 25 years as a fitness professional helps him understand where a client is on any given day and enables him to fine-tune their sessions to help them stay motivated, energized and on track.

Outside the gym, Greg can be found up the mountains in North Wales and the Lake District, paddle boarding on the Norfolk Broads or on the sofa enjoying Netflix. He is also a petrolhead – on his honeymoon, he took his wife to the world famous Le Mans 24-hour race. (Luckily, she is also a fan.)

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Tue 27 April3:00pmOpen Reformer SessionGreg Lyon-Lowe

One of the most experienced PT’s in London, Greg began his health and fitness career in the mid 90’s.

An early advocate and keen attendee of group exercise classes, Greg’s career began when he was encouraged to get out in front of the classes he enjoyed so much, and teach. He gained his first (and in his own words, relatively basic) Exercise to Music and YMCA gym qualifications in 1995 and joined the Livingwell Health Club in Millbank.

Over the intervening years, Greg continued to pursue his thirst for knowledge. A frequent attendee of Fitness Professional conventions, Greg has completed more courses, workshops and CPD’s than he can count.

For his first few years in the industry, Greg focused on classes, working as an in-demand instructor on the freelance circuit, teaching everything from Boxercise to Step, Reebok Deck and Spin – still a guilty pleasure for his own workouts.

Over the past decade Greg focused increasingly on PT. Working in the City, over the years he saw the same patterns of dysfunction in people working in desk based jobs. His philosophy – that exercise should make you, not break you – led him to work increasingly closely with other physical therapists, helping people return from injury, and giving them the skills and strategies that will help them achieve their gals whilst training safely, effectively and minimising the risks of future injury.

In 2016, he qualified as a Chek Practitioner and Holistic Lifestyle Coach, learning how to incorporate rest and recovery, nutrition, hydration, correct movement patterns, effective breathing and mental clarity into an overarching health and wellness approach that would support and enhance his clients’ fitness journeys.

Greg likes to think of training as a “physical pension”, the more you invest now, the greater the payback in your later years.

When he works with a client, establishing their goals is the first stage. Clear and concise framing of their intentions helps to maintain focus. These include short term (0-3 months), medium term (3-12 months) and long term goals (1 year onwards).

The second stage is to assess the body for any postural or muscular imbalances that could cause or contribute to injury.

The third is a lifestyle assessment, to identify and help his clients reduce and ultimately avoid the habits and behaviours that would hinder their success.

As Greg puts it “the magic takes place in the programming, exercise has to be prescribed in the same way as a doctor would medication”. The use of primal pattern movements ensure that effective essential movement is factored into the training sessions, while the empathy and insights Greg has gained over almost 25 years as a fitness professional helps him understand where a client is on any given day and enables him to fine-tune their sessions to help them stay motivated, energized and on track.

Outside the gym, Greg can be found up the mountains in North Wales and the Lake District, paddle boarding on the Norfolk Broads or on the sofa enjoying Netflix. He is also a petrolhead – on his honeymoon, he took his wife to the world famous Le Mans 24-hour race. (Luckily, she is also a fan.)

Ten - St James'sBook Now1619532000
Tue 27 April8:00amOpen Reformer SessionCinzia Prenza
Cinzia is a Pilates instructor with a huge passion for exercise and fitness. Her determination, enthusiasm and motivating approach come from her experience as a former professional dancer.

She has been working with movement since she was five years old, at first with rhythmic gymnastics, followed by ballroom/latin dance and ballet.

Afterwards she spent much of her career working in retail as a store manager and visual merchandiser. Having London for work five years ago, Cinzia was looking for something to keep her active. She turned her attention to Pilates – her experiences as a dancer having already convinced her of the benefits – knowing about the benefits. The more she learned about the method, and the more she saw results from her own practice, the more impressed she became.

It was then that Cinzia switched careers, got her qualification as Mat Pilates teacher and decided to share her passion for movement.

As an instructor, her purpose is to help people from all walks of life to feel better, achieve better posture, relieve pain, move more efficiently – and most importantly feel confident and aware of their own body. She believes that a strong, healthy body is necessary for longevity and happiness.

When she is not teaching you will find her practicing Pilates, Yoga and Pole fitness. She is also a massive fan of art, street art, dance and nature and she tries to spend most of her spare time in parks and holidays by the sea.

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Tue 27 April9:00amOpen Reformer SessionCinzia Prenza
Cinzia is a Pilates instructor with a huge passion for exercise and fitness. Her determination, enthusiasm and motivating approach come from her experience as a former professional dancer.

She has been working with movement since she was five years old, at first with rhythmic gymnastics, followed by ballroom/latin dance and ballet.

Afterwards she spent much of her career working in retail as a store manager and visual merchandiser. Having London for work five years ago, Cinzia was looking for something to keep her active. She turned her attention to Pilates – her experiences as a dancer having already convinced her of the benefits – knowing about the benefits. The more she learned about the method, and the more she saw results from her own practice, the more impressed she became.

It was then that Cinzia switched careers, got her qualification as Mat Pilates teacher and decided to share her passion for movement.

As an instructor, her purpose is to help people from all walks of life to feel better, achieve better posture, relieve pain, move more efficiently – and most importantly feel confident and aware of their own body. She believes that a strong, healthy body is necessary for longevity and happiness.

When she is not teaching you will find her practicing Pilates, Yoga and Pole fitness. She is also a massive fan of art, street art, dance and nature and she tries to spend most of her spare time in parks and holidays by the sea.

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Tue 27 April10:00amOpen Reformer SessionCinzia Prenza
Cinzia is a Pilates instructor with a huge passion for exercise and fitness. Her determination, enthusiasm and motivating approach come from her experience as a former professional dancer.

She has been working with movement since she was five years old, at first with rhythmic gymnastics, followed by ballroom/latin dance and ballet.

Afterwards she spent much of her career working in retail as a store manager and visual merchandiser. Having London for work five years ago, Cinzia was looking for something to keep her active. She turned her attention to Pilates – her experiences as a dancer having already convinced her of the benefits – knowing about the benefits. The more she learned about the method, and the more she saw results from her own practice, the more impressed she became.

It was then that Cinzia switched careers, got her qualification as Mat Pilates teacher and decided to share her passion for movement.

As an instructor, her purpose is to help people from all walks of life to feel better, achieve better posture, relieve pain, move more efficiently – and most importantly feel confident and aware of their own body. She believes that a strong, healthy body is necessary for longevity and happiness.

When she is not teaching you will find her practicing Pilates, Yoga and Pole fitness. She is also a massive fan of art, street art, dance and nature and she tries to spend most of her spare time in parks and holidays by the sea.

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Tue 27 April2:00pmOpen Reformer SessionJoao Lobo Pina
Starting his career in sports at an early age, João has always been passionate about sports.

João was a professional football player for many years, playing at the highest levels and representing his country. Determined to keep football as part of his life, he enrolled in a Sports Science degree and went on to follow his dream of working in sports and fitness, as a personal trainer and also as a football coach.

Dedicated to helping people achieve their health and fitness goals, João was drawn to Pilates though its focus on body posture, awareness and the establishing of effective, safe movement patterns. With a postgraduate certificate in rehabilitation and injury prevention, João’s motivation comes from his ability to guide his clients to help them reach their physical goals consciously and safely.

When not at Ten or working out, João loves to travel, hang out with friends or watch a good movie.

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Tue 27 April3:00pmOpen Reformer SessionJoao Lobo Pina
Starting his career in sports at an early age, João has always been passionate about sports.

João was a professional football player for many years, playing at the highest levels and representing his country. Determined to keep football as part of his life, he enrolled in a Sports Science degree and went on to follow his dream of working in sports and fitness, as a personal trainer and also as a football coach.

Dedicated to helping people achieve their health and fitness goals, João was drawn to Pilates though its focus on body posture, awareness and the establishing of effective, safe movement patterns. With a postgraduate certificate in rehabilitation and injury prevention, João’s motivation comes from his ability to guide his clients to help them reach their physical goals consciously and safely.

When not at Ten or working out, João loves to travel, hang out with friends or watch a good movie.

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Tue 27 April4:00pmOpen Reformer SessionJoao Lobo Pina
Starting his career in sports at an early age, João has always been passionate about sports.

João was a professional football player for many years, playing at the highest levels and representing his country. Determined to keep football as part of his life, he enrolled in a Sports Science degree and went on to follow his dream of working in sports and fitness, as a personal trainer and also as a football coach.

Dedicated to helping people achieve their health and fitness goals, João was drawn to Pilates though its focus on body posture, awareness and the establishing of effective, safe movement patterns. With a postgraduate certificate in rehabilitation and injury prevention, João’s motivation comes from his ability to guide his clients to help them reach their physical goals consciously and safely.

When not at Ten or working out, João loves to travel, hang out with friends or watch a good movie.

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Tue 27 April8:00amOpen Reformer SessionSarah Evans (Physio)
Registered with the Health and Care Professions Council.

Sarah is an experienced Sports Massage Therapist with a background in Physiotherapy and Sports Therapy.

She was introduced to the world of rehab and physical therapy through an internship in a Pilates studio in America. Inspired by the use of Pilates in the rehabilitation of injured athletes, she studied Sports and Exercise Therapy at Leeds Beckett University.

She graduated with a First Class Honours degree and was awarded for Outstanding Academic Achievement. During her time in Leeds, she also qualified as a Sports Massage Therapist (ITEC level 3). In 2014, she completed her Masters Degree in Physiotherapy with Merit at King’s College London.

In addition to treating everyday aches and pains for clients from all walks of life, Sarah has gained valuable experience treating a variety of athletes from recreational to elite levels. She has worked across an impressive array of sports including rugby, basketball, volleyball, athletics, gymnastics, football, swimming, long distance running, tennis, and cycling – to list just a few.

She also has a keen interested in clinical Pilates; she has completed a Mat work level 1 workshop and enjoys doing Pilates in her free time.

The approach that Sarah takes is based on combining her knowledge and experiences in Sports Massage, Physiotherapy and Sports Therapy. She adapts her treatments depending on the individual, combining massage, joint mobilisations, stretching and self-management advice.

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Tue 27 April10:00amOpen Reformer SessionSarah Evans (Physio)
Registered with the Health and Care Professions Council.

Sarah is an experienced Sports Massage Therapist with a background in Physiotherapy and Sports Therapy.

She was introduced to the world of rehab and physical therapy through an internship in a Pilates studio in America. Inspired by the use of Pilates in the rehabilitation of injured athletes, she studied Sports and Exercise Therapy at Leeds Beckett University.

She graduated with a First Class Honours degree and was awarded for Outstanding Academic Achievement. During her time in Leeds, she also qualified as a Sports Massage Therapist (ITEC level 3). In 2014, she completed her Masters Degree in Physiotherapy with Merit at King’s College London.

In addition to treating everyday aches and pains for clients from all walks of life, Sarah has gained valuable experience treating a variety of athletes from recreational to elite levels. She has worked across an impressive array of sports including rugby, basketball, volleyball, athletics, gymnastics, football, swimming, long distance running, tennis, and cycling – to list just a few.

She also has a keen interested in clinical Pilates; she has completed a Mat work level 1 workshop and enjoys doing Pilates in her free time.

The approach that Sarah takes is based on combining her knowledge and experiences in Sports Massage, Physiotherapy and Sports Therapy. She adapts her treatments depending on the individual, combining massage, joint mobilisations, stretching and self-management advice.

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Tue 27 April12:00pmOpen Reformer SessionTen TrainerTen - Notting HillBook Now1619521200
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Wed 28 April7:00amOpen Reformer SessionEleftheria Anastasiadou
Born in Thessaloniki, Greece, Eleftheria started ballet when she was 3 and since hasn’t stopped since.

Since then, her limitless passion for dance has led her to explore more styles including hip-hop, commercial, experimental, contemporary, and to train in aerial hoop, silks and rope. It also inspired her to travel around the world to take professional workshops with famous choreographers such as Hofesch Schetcher, Wayne McGrecor, Chazz Buzzan, Zoi Tatopoulos, and to work in some great theatrical performances, art exhibitions and dance projects.

Eleftheria’s journey to fitness started when she decided to study Sports Science and develop her knowledge of the human body and sports performance. In the last year of her studies, she was awarded a full scholarship in one of the best region’s fitness academies, working next and learning from some of the to leading fitness personalities in Greece.

After 2 years teaching in top health & fitness clubs and dance schools, Eleftheria came to London to do a masters in Dance Science in Trinity Laban.

Eleftheria believes that with the correct mindset, and positive people and influences around you, anything is possible – physically and in life generally.

She is currently undertaking the Comprehensive Pilates teaching diploma from Balance Body along with UKSCA’s the strength and conditioning coaching qualification.

At the same time, she takes dance classes around London keeps her training up to date with all the UK leading choreographers. Any time she is not teaching you will find her trying new body shapes and dance movements in the mirrors.

At Ten, you will find Eleftheria teaching Dynamic Pilates reformer, TenHiiT, TenYoga, TenBarre and TenRX classes.

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Wed 28 April9:00amOpen Reformer SessionEleftheria Anastasiadou
Born in Thessaloniki, Greece, Eleftheria started ballet when she was 3 and since hasn’t stopped since.

Since then, her limitless passion for dance has led her to explore more styles including hip-hop, commercial, experimental, contemporary, and to train in aerial hoop, silks and rope. It also inspired her to travel around the world to take professional workshops with famous choreographers such as Hofesch Schetcher, Wayne McGrecor, Chazz Buzzan, Zoi Tatopoulos, and to work in some great theatrical performances, art exhibitions and dance projects.

Eleftheria’s journey to fitness started when she decided to study Sports Science and develop her knowledge of the human body and sports performance. In the last year of her studies, she was awarded a full scholarship in one of the best region’s fitness academies, working next and learning from some of the to leading fitness personalities in Greece.

After 2 years teaching in top health & fitness clubs and dance schools, Eleftheria came to London to do a masters in Dance Science in Trinity Laban.

Eleftheria believes that with the correct mindset, and positive people and influences around you, anything is possible – physically and in life generally.

She is currently undertaking the Comprehensive Pilates teaching diploma from Balance Body along with UKSCA’s the strength and conditioning coaching qualification.

At the same time, she takes dance classes around London keeps her training up to date with all the UK leading choreographers. Any time she is not teaching you will find her trying new body shapes and dance movements in the mirrors.

At Ten, you will find Eleftheria teaching Dynamic Pilates reformer, TenHiiT, TenYoga, TenBarre and TenRX classes.

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Wed 28 April8:15amOpen Reformer SessionDarren Manly
Darren’s experience in the health and fitness industry spans the past 20 years across a number of roles, from Personal Trainer and Studio Instructor to General Manager. But whatever his role his focus has always been the same: to deliver the best possible experience for his clients, time and time again.

While stability and control form the programming base for his training style – in order to load a joint effectively and avoid the risk of injury, that joint needs to be strong and stable – Darren’s personal satisfaction and reward comes from his ability to understand his clients’ motivations for their desired outcome, and then to support them effectively on their journey to achieve it.

He is a firm believer in leading an active lifestyle, not only for the benefits on our own physical, psychological and emotional wellbeing, but also the positive influence it can have on those around us.

Outside the studio, Darren continues to practice what he preaches. Sporting Performance and Coaching remain close to Darren’s heart, particularly within rugby. Over the years, he has coached both teams and individual clients, with ages ranging from 8 to 80.

You’ll still find Darren playing and coaching rugby for his local team, and during the winter months, he’ll be looking for the first opportunity to grab his snowboard and get down a mountain.

Ten - CityBook Now1619594100
Wed 28 April9:15amOpen Reformer SessionDarren Manly
Darren’s experience in the health and fitness industry spans the past 20 years across a number of roles, from Personal Trainer and Studio Instructor to General Manager. But whatever his role his focus has always been the same: to deliver the best possible experience for his clients, time and time again.

While stability and control form the programming base for his training style – in order to load a joint effectively and avoid the risk of injury, that joint needs to be strong and stable – Darren’s personal satisfaction and reward comes from his ability to understand his clients’ motivations for their desired outcome, and then to support them effectively on their journey to achieve it.

He is a firm believer in leading an active lifestyle, not only for the benefits on our own physical, psychological and emotional wellbeing, but also the positive influence it can have on those around us.

Outside the studio, Darren continues to practice what he preaches. Sporting Performance and Coaching remain close to Darren’s heart, particularly within rugby. Over the years, he has coached both teams and individual clients, with ages ranging from 8 to 80.

You’ll still find Darren playing and coaching rugby for his local team, and during the winter months, he’ll be looking for the first opportunity to grab his snowboard and get down a mountain.

Ten - CityBook Now1619597700
Wed 28 April12:15pmOpen Reformer SessionDarren Manly
Darren’s experience in the health and fitness industry spans the past 20 years across a number of roles, from Personal Trainer and Studio Instructor to General Manager. But whatever his role his focus has always been the same: to deliver the best possible experience for his clients, time and time again.

While stability and control form the programming base for his training style – in order to load a joint effectively and avoid the risk of injury, that joint needs to be strong and stable – Darren’s personal satisfaction and reward comes from his ability to understand his clients’ motivations for their desired outcome, and then to support them effectively on their journey to achieve it.

He is a firm believer in leading an active lifestyle, not only for the benefits on our own physical, psychological and emotional wellbeing, but also the positive influence it can have on those around us.

Outside the studio, Darren continues to practice what he preaches. Sporting Performance and Coaching remain close to Darren’s heart, particularly within rugby. Over the years, he has coached both teams and individual clients, with ages ranging from 8 to 80.

You’ll still find Darren playing and coaching rugby for his local team, and during the winter months, he’ll be looking for the first opportunity to grab his snowboard and get down a mountain.

Ten - CityBook Now1619608500
Wed 28 April5:00pmOpen Reformer SessionCinzia Prenza
Cinzia is a Pilates instructor with a huge passion for exercise and fitness. Her determination, enthusiasm and motivating approach come from her experience as a former professional dancer.

She has been working with movement since she was five years old, at first with rhythmic gymnastics, followed by ballroom/latin dance and ballet.

Afterwards she spent much of her career working in retail as a store manager and visual merchandiser. Having London for work five years ago, Cinzia was looking for something to keep her active. She turned her attention to Pilates – her experiences as a dancer having already convinced her of the benefits – knowing about the benefits. The more she learned about the method, and the more she saw results from her own practice, the more impressed she became.

It was then that Cinzia switched careers, got her qualification as Mat Pilates teacher and decided to share her passion for movement.

As an instructor, her purpose is to help people from all walks of life to feel better, achieve better posture, relieve pain, move more efficiently – and most importantly feel confident and aware of their own body. She believes that a strong, healthy body is necessary for longevity and happiness.

When she is not teaching you will find her practicing Pilates, Yoga and Pole fitness. She is also a massive fan of art, street art, dance and nature and she tries to spend most of her spare time in parks and holidays by the sea.

Ten - FitzroviaBook Now1619625600
Wed 28 April4:00pmOpen Reformer SessionCinzia Prenza
Cinzia is a Pilates instructor with a huge passion for exercise and fitness. Her determination, enthusiasm and motivating approach come from her experience as a former professional dancer.

She has been working with movement since she was five years old, at first with rhythmic gymnastics, followed by ballroom/latin dance and ballet.

Afterwards she spent much of her career working in retail as a store manager and visual merchandiser. Having London for work five years ago, Cinzia was looking for something to keep her active. She turned her attention to Pilates – her experiences as a dancer having already convinced her of the benefits – knowing about the benefits. The more she learned about the method, and the more she saw results from her own practice, the more impressed she became.

It was then that Cinzia switched careers, got her qualification as Mat Pilates teacher and decided to share her passion for movement.

As an instructor, her purpose is to help people from all walks of life to feel better, achieve better posture, relieve pain, move more efficiently – and most importantly feel confident and aware of their own body. She believes that a strong, healthy body is necessary for longevity and happiness.

When she is not teaching you will find her practicing Pilates, Yoga and Pole fitness. She is also a massive fan of art, street art, dance and nature and she tries to spend most of her spare time in parks and holidays by the sea.

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Wed 28 April6:00pmOpen Reformer SessionCinzia Prenza
Cinzia is a Pilates instructor with a huge passion for exercise and fitness. Her determination, enthusiasm and motivating approach come from her experience as a former professional dancer.

She has been working with movement since she was five years old, at first with rhythmic gymnastics, followed by ballroom/latin dance and ballet.

Afterwards she spent much of her career working in retail as a store manager and visual merchandiser. Having London for work five years ago, Cinzia was looking for something to keep her active. She turned her attention to Pilates – her experiences as a dancer having already convinced her of the benefits – knowing about the benefits. The more she learned about the method, and the more she saw results from her own practice, the more impressed she became.

It was then that Cinzia switched careers, got her qualification as Mat Pilates teacher and decided to share her passion for movement.

As an instructor, her purpose is to help people from all walks of life to feel better, achieve better posture, relieve pain, move more efficiently – and most importantly feel confident and aware of their own body. She believes that a strong, healthy body is necessary for longevity and happiness.

When she is not teaching you will find her practicing Pilates, Yoga and Pole fitness. She is also a massive fan of art, street art, dance and nature and she tries to spend most of her spare time in parks and holidays by the sea.

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Thu 29 April10:00amOpen Reformer SessionGreg Lyon-Lowe

One of the most experienced PT’s in London, Greg began his health and fitness career in the mid 90’s.

An early advocate and keen attendee of group exercise classes, Greg’s career began when he was encouraged to get out in front of the classes he enjoyed so much, and teach. He gained his first (and in his own words, relatively basic) Exercise to Music and YMCA gym qualifications in 1995 and joined the Livingwell Health Club in Millbank.

Over the intervening years, Greg continued to pursue his thirst for knowledge. A frequent attendee of Fitness Professional conventions, Greg has completed more courses, workshops and CPD’s than he can count.

For his first few years in the industry, Greg focused on classes, working as an in-demand instructor on the freelance circuit, teaching everything from Boxercise to Step, Reebok Deck and Spin – still a guilty pleasure for his own workouts.

Over the past decade Greg focused increasingly on PT. Working in the City, over the years he saw the same patterns of dysfunction in people working in desk based jobs. His philosophy – that exercise should make you, not break you – led him to work increasingly closely with other physical therapists, helping people return from injury, and giving them the skills and strategies that will help them achieve their gals whilst training safely, effectively and minimising the risks of future injury.

In 2016, he qualified as a Chek Practitioner and Holistic Lifestyle Coach, learning how to incorporate rest and recovery, nutrition, hydration, correct movement patterns, effective breathing and mental clarity into an overarching health and wellness approach that would support and enhance his clients’ fitness journeys.

Greg likes to think of training as a “physical pension”, the more you invest now, the greater the payback in your later years.

When he works with a client, establishing their goals is the first stage. Clear and concise framing of their intentions helps to maintain focus. These include short term (0-3 months), medium term (3-12 months) and long term goals (1 year onwards).

The second stage is to assess the body for any postural or muscular imbalances that could cause or contribute to injury.

The third is a lifestyle assessment, to identify and help his clients reduce and ultimately avoid the habits and behaviours that would hinder their success.

As Greg puts it “the magic takes place in the programming, exercise has to be prescribed in the same way as a doctor would medication”. The use of primal pattern movements ensure that effective essential movement is factored into the training sessions, while the empathy and insights Greg has gained over almost 25 years as a fitness professional helps him understand where a client is on any given day and enables him to fine-tune their sessions to help them stay motivated, energized and on track.

Outside the gym, Greg can be found up the mountains in North Wales and the Lake District, paddle boarding on the Norfolk Broads or on the sofa enjoying Netflix. He is also a petrolhead – on his honeymoon, he took his wife to the world famous Le Mans 24-hour race. (Luckily, she is also a fan.)

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Thu 29 April11:00amOpen Reformer SessionGreg Lyon-Lowe

One of the most experienced PT’s in London, Greg began his health and fitness career in the mid 90’s.

An early advocate and keen attendee of group exercise classes, Greg’s career began when he was encouraged to get out in front of the classes he enjoyed so much, and teach. He gained his first (and in his own words, relatively basic) Exercise to Music and YMCA gym qualifications in 1995 and joined the Livingwell Health Club in Millbank.

Over the intervening years, Greg continued to pursue his thirst for knowledge. A frequent attendee of Fitness Professional conventions, Greg has completed more courses, workshops and CPD’s than he can count.

For his first few years in the industry, Greg focused on classes, working as an in-demand instructor on the freelance circuit, teaching everything from Boxercise to Step, Reebok Deck and Spin – still a guilty pleasure for his own workouts.

Over the past decade Greg focused increasingly on PT. Working in the City, over the years he saw the same patterns of dysfunction in people working in desk based jobs. His philosophy – that exercise should make you, not break you – led him to work increasingly closely with other physical therapists, helping people return from injury, and giving them the skills and strategies that will help them achieve their gals whilst training safely, effectively and minimising the risks of future injury.

In 2016, he qualified as a Chek Practitioner and Holistic Lifestyle Coach, learning how to incorporate rest and recovery, nutrition, hydration, correct movement patterns, effective breathing and mental clarity into an overarching health and wellness approach that would support and enhance his clients’ fitness journeys.

Greg likes to think of training as a “physical pension”, the more you invest now, the greater the payback in your later years.

When he works with a client, establishing their goals is the first stage. Clear and concise framing of their intentions helps to maintain focus. These include short term (0-3 months), medium term (3-12 months) and long term goals (1 year onwards).

The second stage is to assess the body for any postural or muscular imbalances that could cause or contribute to injury.

The third is a lifestyle assessment, to identify and help his clients reduce and ultimately avoid the habits and behaviours that would hinder their success.

As Greg puts it “the magic takes place in the programming, exercise has to be prescribed in the same way as a doctor would medication”. The use of primal pattern movements ensure that effective essential movement is factored into the training sessions, while the empathy and insights Greg has gained over almost 25 years as a fitness professional helps him understand where a client is on any given day and enables him to fine-tune their sessions to help them stay motivated, energized and on track.

Outside the gym, Greg can be found up the mountains in North Wales and the Lake District, paddle boarding on the Norfolk Broads or on the sofa enjoying Netflix. He is also a petrolhead – on his honeymoon, he took his wife to the world famous Le Mans 24-hour race. (Luckily, she is also a fan.)

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Thu 29 April12:00pmOpen Reformer SessionGreg Lyon-Lowe

One of the most experienced PT’s in London, Greg began his health and fitness career in the mid 90’s.

An early advocate and keen attendee of group exercise classes, Greg’s career began when he was encouraged to get out in front of the classes he enjoyed so much, and teach. He gained his first (and in his own words, relatively basic) Exercise to Music and YMCA gym qualifications in 1995 and joined the Livingwell Health Club in Millbank.

Over the intervening years, Greg continued to pursue his thirst for knowledge. A frequent attendee of Fitness Professional conventions, Greg has completed more courses, workshops and CPD’s than he can count.

For his first few years in the industry, Greg focused on classes, working as an in-demand instructor on the freelance circuit, teaching everything from Boxercise to Step, Reebok Deck and Spin – still a guilty pleasure for his own workouts.

Over the past decade Greg focused increasingly on PT. Working in the City, over the years he saw the same patterns of dysfunction in people working in desk based jobs. His philosophy – that exercise should make you, not break you – led him to work increasingly closely with other physical therapists, helping people return from injury, and giving them the skills and strategies that will help them achieve their gals whilst training safely, effectively and minimising the risks of future injury.

In 2016, he qualified as a Chek Practitioner and Holistic Lifestyle Coach, learning how to incorporate rest and recovery, nutrition, hydration, correct movement patterns, effective breathing and mental clarity into an overarching health and wellness approach that would support and enhance his clients’ fitness journeys.

Greg likes to think of training as a “physical pension”, the more you invest now, the greater the payback in your later years.

When he works with a client, establishing their goals is the first stage. Clear and concise framing of their intentions helps to maintain focus. These include short term (0-3 months), medium term (3-12 months) and long term goals (1 year onwards).

The second stage is to assess the body for any postural or muscular imbalances that could cause or contribute to injury.

The third is a lifestyle assessment, to identify and help his clients reduce and ultimately avoid the habits and behaviours that would hinder their success.

As Greg puts it “the magic takes place in the programming, exercise has to be prescribed in the same way as a doctor would medication”. The use of primal pattern movements ensure that effective essential movement is factored into the training sessions, while the empathy and insights Greg has gained over almost 25 years as a fitness professional helps him understand where a client is on any given day and enables him to fine-tune their sessions to help them stay motivated, energized and on track.

Outside the gym, Greg can be found up the mountains in North Wales and the Lake District, paddle boarding on the Norfolk Broads or on the sofa enjoying Netflix. He is also a petrolhead – on his honeymoon, he took his wife to the world famous Le Mans 24-hour race. (Luckily, she is also a fan.)

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Thu 29 April8:00amOpen Reformer SessionCinzia Prenza
Cinzia is a Pilates instructor with a huge passion for exercise and fitness. Her determination, enthusiasm and motivating approach come from her experience as a former professional dancer.

She has been working with movement since she was five years old, at first with rhythmic gymnastics, followed by ballroom/latin dance and ballet.

Afterwards she spent much of her career working in retail as a store manager and visual merchandiser. Having London for work five years ago, Cinzia was looking for something to keep her active. She turned her attention to Pilates – her experiences as a dancer having already convinced her of the benefits – knowing about the benefits. The more she learned about the method, and the more she saw results from her own practice, the more impressed she became.

It was then that Cinzia switched careers, got her qualification as Mat Pilates teacher and decided to share her passion for movement.

As an instructor, her purpose is to help people from all walks of life to feel better, achieve better posture, relieve pain, move more efficiently – and most importantly feel confident and aware of their own body. She believes that a strong, healthy body is necessary for longevity and happiness.

When she is not teaching you will find her practicing Pilates, Yoga and Pole fitness. She is also a massive fan of art, street art, dance and nature and she tries to spend most of her spare time in parks and holidays by the sea.

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Thu 29 April9:00amOpen Reformer SessionCinzia Prenza
Cinzia is a Pilates instructor with a huge passion for exercise and fitness. Her determination, enthusiasm and motivating approach come from her experience as a former professional dancer.

She has been working with movement since she was five years old, at first with rhythmic gymnastics, followed by ballroom/latin dance and ballet.

Afterwards she spent much of her career working in retail as a store manager and visual merchandiser. Having London for work five years ago, Cinzia was looking for something to keep her active. She turned her attention to Pilates – her experiences as a dancer having already convinced her of the benefits – knowing about the benefits. The more she learned about the method, and the more she saw results from her own practice, the more impressed she became.

It was then that Cinzia switched careers, got her qualification as Mat Pilates teacher and decided to share her passion for movement.

As an instructor, her purpose is to help people from all walks of life to feel better, achieve better posture, relieve pain, move more efficiently – and most importantly feel confident and aware of their own body. She believes that a strong, healthy body is necessary for longevity and happiness.

When she is not teaching you will find her practicing Pilates, Yoga and Pole fitness. She is also a massive fan of art, street art, dance and nature and she tries to spend most of her spare time in parks and holidays by the sea.

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Thu 29 April10:00amOpen Reformer SessionCinzia Prenza
Cinzia is a Pilates instructor with a huge passion for exercise and fitness. Her determination, enthusiasm and motivating approach come from her experience as a former professional dancer.

She has been working with movement since she was five years old, at first with rhythmic gymnastics, followed by ballroom/latin dance and ballet.

Afterwards she spent much of her career working in retail as a store manager and visual merchandiser. Having London for work five years ago, Cinzia was looking for something to keep her active. She turned her attention to Pilates – her experiences as a dancer having already convinced her of the benefits – knowing about the benefits. The more she learned about the method, and the more she saw results from her own practice, the more impressed she became.

It was then that Cinzia switched careers, got her qualification as Mat Pilates teacher and decided to share her passion for movement.

As an instructor, her purpose is to help people from all walks of life to feel better, achieve better posture, relieve pain, move more efficiently – and most importantly feel confident and aware of their own body. She believes that a strong, healthy body is necessary for longevity and happiness.

When she is not teaching you will find her practicing Pilates, Yoga and Pole fitness. She is also a massive fan of art, street art, dance and nature and she tries to spend most of her spare time in parks and holidays by the sea.

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Thu 29 April2:00pmOpen Reformer SessionJoao Lobo Pina
Starting his career in sports at an early age, João has always been passionate about sports.

João was a professional football player for many years, playing at the highest levels and representing his country. Determined to keep football as part of his life, he enrolled in a Sports Science degree and went on to follow his dream of working in sports and fitness, as a personal trainer and also as a football coach.

Dedicated to helping people achieve their health and fitness goals, João was drawn to Pilates though its focus on body posture, awareness and the establishing of effective, safe movement patterns. With a postgraduate certificate in rehabilitation and injury prevention, João’s motivation comes from his ability to guide his clients to help them reach their physical goals consciously and safely.

When not at Ten or working out, João loves to travel, hang out with friends or watch a good movie.

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Thu 29 April4:00pmOpen Reformer SessionJoao Lobo Pina
Starting his career in sports at an early age, João has always been passionate about sports.

João was a professional football player for many years, playing at the highest levels and representing his country. Determined to keep football as part of his life, he enrolled in a Sports Science degree and went on to follow his dream of working in sports and fitness, as a personal trainer and also as a football coach.

Dedicated to helping people achieve their health and fitness goals, João was drawn to Pilates though its focus on body posture, awareness and the establishing of effective, safe movement patterns. With a postgraduate certificate in rehabilitation and injury prevention, João’s motivation comes from his ability to guide his clients to help them reach their physical goals consciously and safely.

When not at Ten or working out, João loves to travel, hang out with friends or watch a good movie.

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Thu 29 April8:00amOpen Reformer SessionTen TrainerTen - Hatton GardenBook Now1619679600
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Thu 29 April8:15amOpen Reformer SessionDarren Manly
Darren’s experience in the health and fitness industry spans the past 20 years across a number of roles, from Personal Trainer and Studio Instructor to General Manager. But whatever his role his focus has always been the same: to deliver the best possible experience for his clients, time and time again.

While stability and control form the programming base for his training style – in order to load a joint effectively and avoid the risk of injury, that joint needs to be strong and stable – Darren’s personal satisfaction and reward comes from his ability to understand his clients’ motivations for their desired outcome, and then to support them effectively on their journey to achieve it.

He is a firm believer in leading an active lifestyle, not only for the benefits on our own physical, psychological and emotional wellbeing, but also the positive influence it can have on those around us.

Outside the studio, Darren continues to practice what he preaches. Sporting Performance and Coaching remain close to Darren’s heart, particularly within rugby. Over the years, he has coached both teams and individual clients, with ages ranging from 8 to 80.

You’ll still find Darren playing and coaching rugby for his local team, and during the winter months, he’ll be looking for the first opportunity to grab his snowboard and get down a mountain.

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Thu 29 April1:15pmOpen Reformer SessionDarren Manly
Darren’s experience in the health and fitness industry spans the past 20 years across a number of roles, from Personal Trainer and Studio Instructor to General Manager. But whatever his role his focus has always been the same: to deliver the best possible experience for his clients, time and time again.

While stability and control form the programming base for his training style – in order to load a joint effectively and avoid the risk of injury, that joint needs to be strong and stable – Darren’s personal satisfaction and reward comes from his ability to understand his clients’ motivations for their desired outcome, and then to support them effectively on their journey to achieve it.

He is a firm believer in leading an active lifestyle, not only for the benefits on our own physical, psychological and emotional wellbeing, but also the positive influence it can have on those around us.

Outside the studio, Darren continues to practice what he preaches. Sporting Performance and Coaching remain close to Darren’s heart, particularly within rugby. Over the years, he has coached both teams and individual clients, with ages ranging from 8 to 80.

You’ll still find Darren playing and coaching rugby for his local team, and during the winter months, he’ll be looking for the first opportunity to grab his snowboard and get down a mountain.

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Thu 29 April12:00pmOpen Reformer SessionBrett Starkowitz
Brett has been in the fitness industry for nearly 20 years, discovering Pilates back in 2005 when looking for an exercise method that would enhance his other training techniques. He soon qualified in classical and contemporary Pilates and began teaching both in a 1-1 and group training environment.

Brett has seen many successes in his years of teaching, especially in the fields of sports specific conditioning, occupational wellness, stress management and injury care and prevention. He is a great proponent of cross training and maintains that by adding Pilates to an exercise regime, you will see a dramatic improvement across the board. As a participant in Brett’s class, you know you’re in experienced and caring hands.

In addition to teaching, Brett is experienced in delivering education and continued learning to new trainers and those wishing to develop their knowledge. He has presented at several fitness conferences and regularly runs attended workshops. Always looking to further his own knowledge, Brett took a sabbatical for postgraduate study at Henley Business School.

When he is not studying, you’re more than likely to find Brett in the gym or walking his beloved Havanese, Alaska.

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Thu 29 April1:00pmOpen Reformer SessionBrett Starkowitz
Brett has been in the fitness industry for nearly 20 years, discovering Pilates back in 2005 when looking for an exercise method that would enhance his other training techniques. He soon qualified in classical and contemporary Pilates and began teaching both in a 1-1 and group training environment.

Brett has seen many successes in his years of teaching, especially in the fields of sports specific conditioning, occupational wellness, stress management and injury care and prevention. He is a great proponent of cross training and maintains that by adding Pilates to an exercise regime, you will see a dramatic improvement across the board. As a participant in Brett’s class, you know you’re in experienced and caring hands.

In addition to teaching, Brett is experienced in delivering education and continued learning to new trainers and those wishing to develop their knowledge. He has presented at several fitness conferences and regularly runs attended workshops. Always looking to further his own knowledge, Brett took a sabbatical for postgraduate study at Henley Business School.

When he is not studying, you’re more than likely to find Brett in the gym or walking his beloved Havanese, Alaska.

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Thu 29 April2:00pmOpen Reformer SessionBrett Starkowitz
Brett has been in the fitness industry for nearly 20 years, discovering Pilates back in 2005 when looking for an exercise method that would enhance his other training techniques. He soon qualified in classical and contemporary Pilates and began teaching both in a 1-1 and group training environment.

Brett has seen many successes in his years of teaching, especially in the fields of sports specific conditioning, occupational wellness, stress management and injury care and prevention. He is a great proponent of cross training and maintains that by adding Pilates to an exercise regime, you will see a dramatic improvement across the board. As a participant in Brett’s class, you know you’re in experienced and caring hands.

In addition to teaching, Brett is experienced in delivering education and continued learning to new trainers and those wishing to develop their knowledge. He has presented at several fitness conferences and regularly runs attended workshops. Always looking to further his own knowledge, Brett took a sabbatical for postgraduate study at Henley Business School.

When he is not studying, you’re more than likely to find Brett in the gym or walking his beloved Havanese, Alaska.

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Thu 29 April3:00pmOpen Reformer SessionJoao Lobo Pina
Starting his career in sports at an early age, João has always been passionate about sports.

João was a professional football player for many years, playing at the highest levels and representing his country. Determined to keep football as part of his life, he enrolled in a Sports Science degree and went on to follow his dream of working in sports and fitness, as a personal trainer and also as a football coach.

Dedicated to helping people achieve their health and fitness goals, João was drawn to Pilates though its focus on body posture, awareness and the establishing of effective, safe movement patterns. With a postgraduate certificate in rehabilitation and injury prevention, João’s motivation comes from his ability to guide his clients to help them reach their physical goals consciously and safely.

When not at Ten or working out, João loves to travel, hang out with friends or watch a good movie.

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Fri 30 April9:00amOpen Reformer SessionJennifer 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 30 April11:00amOpen Reformer SessionJennifer 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 30 April12:00pmOpen Reformer SessionEleftheria Anastasiadou
Born in Thessaloniki, Greece, Eleftheria started ballet when she was 3 and since hasn’t stopped since.

Since then, her limitless passion for dance has led her to explore more styles including hip-hop, commercial, experimental, contemporary, and to train in aerial hoop, silks and rope. It also inspired her to travel around the world to take professional workshops with famous choreographers such as Hofesch Schetcher, Wayne McGrecor, Chazz Buzzan, Zoi Tatopoulos, and to work in some great theatrical performances, art exhibitions and dance projects.

Eleftheria’s journey to fitness started when she decided to study Sports Science and develop her knowledge of the human body and sports performance. In the last year of her studies, she was awarded a full scholarship in one of the best region’s fitness academies, working next and learning from some of the to leading fitness personalities in Greece.

After 2 years teaching in top health & fitness clubs and dance schools, Eleftheria came to London to do a masters in Dance Science in Trinity Laban.

Eleftheria believes that with the correct mindset, and positive people and influences around you, anything is possible – physically and in life generally.

She is currently undertaking the Comprehensive Pilates teaching diploma from Balance Body along with UKSCA’s the strength and conditioning coaching qualification.

At the same time, she takes dance classes around London keeps her training up to date with all the UK leading choreographers. Any time she is not teaching you will find her trying new body shapes and dance movements in the mirrors.

At Ten, you will find Eleftheria teaching Dynamic Pilates reformer, TenHiiT, TenYoga, TenBarre and TenRX classes.

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Fri 30 April2:00pmOpen Reformer SessionEleftheria Anastasiadou
Born in Thessaloniki, Greece, Eleftheria started ballet when she was 3 and since hasn’t stopped since.

Since then, her limitless passion for dance has led her to explore more styles including hip-hop, commercial, experimental, contemporary, and to train in aerial hoop, silks and rope. It also inspired her to travel around the world to take professional workshops with famous choreographers such as Hofesch Schetcher, Wayne McGrecor, Chazz Buzzan, Zoi Tatopoulos, and to work in some great theatrical performances, art exhibitions and dance projects.

Eleftheria’s journey to fitness started when she decided to study Sports Science and develop her knowledge of the human body and sports performance. In the last year of her studies, she was awarded a full scholarship in one of the best region’s fitness academies, working next and learning from some of the to leading fitness personalities in Greece.

After 2 years teaching in top health & fitness clubs and dance schools, Eleftheria came to London to do a masters in Dance Science in Trinity Laban.

Eleftheria believes that with the correct mindset, and positive people and influences around you, anything is possible – physically and in life generally.

She is currently undertaking the Comprehensive Pilates teaching diploma from Balance Body along with UKSCA’s the strength and conditioning coaching qualification.

At the same time, she takes dance classes around London keeps her training up to date with all the UK leading choreographers. Any time she is not teaching you will find her trying new body shapes and dance movements in the mirrors.

At Ten, you will find Eleftheria teaching Dynamic Pilates reformer, TenHiiT, TenYoga, TenBarre and TenRX classes.

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Fri 30 April12:00pmOpen Reformer SessionTommy Marshall
Tommy has been physically active for as long as he can remember, playing recreational to semi-professional football over the years before a back condition stopped him in his tracks.

Combining a lifelong enthusiasm for movement and activity with his love of science, Tommy took his first career step by graduating from the University of Bath with an MSci Sports and Exercise Science degree.

A postgraduate season with the first team of Bristol City Football Club gave Tommy the opportunity to lead both gym and pitch based prehab/rehab sessions as well as taking the players through their strength and conditioning programs on a one to one and group basis.

It was also this experience – good as it was – that motivated him to move away from professional football and follow a deeper passion that had developed for helping people achieve their goals through exercise. Especially when underpinned by science and research.

Tommy is a firm believer that exercise is medicine. He loves helping people meet their goals no matter how big or small – meeting any goal is a step in the right direction. He is driven and enthusiastic to help empower you to reach your full potential.

In his spare time Tommy can be found in the gym, at the London Stadium watching his beloved West Ham United (which usually ends in disappointment) or exploring a new part of the world.

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Fri 30 April2:00pmOpen Reformer SessionTommy Marshall
Tommy has been physically active for as long as he can remember, playing recreational to semi-professional football over the years before a back condition stopped him in his tracks.

Combining a lifelong enthusiasm for movement and activity with his love of science, Tommy took his first career step by graduating from the University of Bath with an MSci Sports and Exercise Science degree.

A postgraduate season with the first team of Bristol City Football Club gave Tommy the opportunity to lead both gym and pitch based prehab/rehab sessions as well as taking the players through their strength and conditioning programs on a one to one and group basis.

It was also this experience – good as it was – that motivated him to move away from professional football and follow a deeper passion that had developed for helping people achieve their goals through exercise. Especially when underpinned by science and research.

Tommy is a firm believer that exercise is medicine. He loves helping people meet their goals no matter how big or small – meeting any goal is a step in the right direction. He is driven and enthusiastic to help empower you to reach your full potential.

In his spare time Tommy can be found in the gym, at the London Stadium watching his beloved West Ham United (which usually ends in disappointment) or exploring a new part of the world.

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Sun 02 May1:00pmOpen Reformer SessionRafael Cunha
Born and raised in Brazil, Rafael has always had a keen interest in sport and exercise, enjoying everything from football to handball, volleyball to basketball, running to capoeira and swimming to surfing.
 
 
His passion for exercise and for understanding the positive effect movement has on the human body led him to complete an undergraduate degree in Physical Education in 2008, followed by a postgraduate degree in Physiology of Exercise in 2015.

 

After graduating, Rafael began his career working as a personal trainer for both adults and children. Throughout his career he has also been involved in coaching and teaching a range of sports, leading capoeira groups, running social projects, organising boot camps and sports championships, and he even founded his own running group.

 

Believing that the human body truly is made to move, Rafael credits the skeletal system as the thing that allows us to live our lives to the maximum.

 

It’s this interest in musculoskeletal health that led him to train both as a Pilates instructor and study Tui Na massage, further improving his knowledge and understanding of human anatomy and in turn helping him to address muscular imbalances.

 

Having previously worked with people who faced hernias, disc protrusion, sciatic nerve issues, back pain and postural imbalances, Rafael enjoys helping people improve their quality of movement, overall fitness and general health.

 

This experience also taught him the importance of looking after our bodies, so that we can continue to live healthy and active lives without aches and pains.

 

Rafael takes a tailored approach to each client, understanding their needs, respecting their limitations and observing existing imbalances in the musculoskeletal system, which enables him to develop individual plans to help his clients achieve their goals. Whether that is to reduce pain and discomfort or increase tone, his programmes are developed to help clients strengthen the right muscles and restore balance.

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Sun 02 May2:00pmOpen Reformer SessionRafael Cunha
Born and raised in Brazil, Rafael has always had a keen interest in sport and exercise, enjoying everything from football to handball, volleyball to basketball, running to capoeira and swimming to surfing.
 
 
His passion for exercise and for understanding the positive effect movement has on the human body led him to complete an undergraduate degree in Physical Education in 2008, followed by a postgraduate degree in Physiology of Exercise in 2015.

 

After graduating, Rafael began his career working as a personal trainer for both adults and children. Throughout his career he has also been involved in coaching and teaching a range of sports, leading capoeira groups, running social projects, organising boot camps and sports championships, and he even founded his own running group.

 

Believing that the human body truly is made to move, Rafael credits the skeletal system as the thing that allows us to live our lives to the maximum.

 

It’s this interest in musculoskeletal health that led him to train both as a Pilates instructor and study Tui Na massage, further improving his knowledge and understanding of human anatomy and in turn helping him to address muscular imbalances.

 

Having previously worked with people who faced hernias, disc protrusion, sciatic nerve issues, back pain and postural imbalances, Rafael enjoys helping people improve their quality of movement, overall fitness and general health.

 

This experience also taught him the importance of looking after our bodies, so that we can continue to live healthy and active lives without aches and pains.

 

Rafael takes a tailored approach to each client, understanding their needs, respecting their limitations and observing existing imbalances in the musculoskeletal system, which enables him to develop individual plans to help his clients achieve their goals. Whether that is to reduce pain and discomfort or increase tone, his programmes are developed to help clients strengthen the right muscles and restore balance.

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Sun 02 May9:00amOpen Reformer SessionGeorgia Heaven
Georgia graduated with a Sport and Exercise degree from Loughborough University. Her degree gave her valuable scientific-based knowledge on the latest clinical and exercise research.

You can expect your sessions with Georgia to be scientifically researched and tailored to your needs and goals – endorsing the approach that exercise is medicine. Georgia takes a behavioral approach to her clients’ journey with Ten, creating progressive and individualised exercise programs to help support long-lasting lifestyle change.

Georgia's expertise and infectious energy make her a great and motivator. You’ll come away from your sessions with her not only moving better and with more confidence, but also armed with the information and insights necessary to support you on the changes you’ve set out to make.

Outside Ten, Georgia is a passionate and dedicated Kickboxer. She credits her keen interest in human anatomy and nutrition as key factors in helping her become UK National Lightweight Intermediate Champion in 2019 and gain her Black Belt. When she’s not in the Studio, Georgia can be found kicking a punch bag honing her skills and training for her next competition.

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Sun 02 May10:00amOpen Reformer SessionGeorgia Heaven
Georgia graduated with a Sport and Exercise degree from Loughborough University. Her degree gave her valuable scientific-based knowledge on the latest clinical and exercise research.

You can expect your sessions with Georgia to be scientifically researched and tailored to your needs and goals – endorsing the approach that exercise is medicine. Georgia takes a behavioral approach to her clients’ journey with Ten, creating progressive and individualised exercise programs to help support long-lasting lifestyle change.

Georgia's expertise and infectious energy make her a great and motivator. You’ll come away from your sessions with her not only moving better and with more confidence, but also armed with the information and insights necessary to support you on the changes you’ve set out to make.

Outside Ten, Georgia is a passionate and dedicated Kickboxer. She credits her keen interest in human anatomy and nutrition as key factors in helping her become UK National Lightweight Intermediate Champion in 2019 and gain her Black Belt. When she’s not in the Studio, Georgia can be found kicking a punch bag honing her skills and training for her next competition.

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Sun 02 May2:00pmOpen Reformer SessionGeorgia Heaven
Georgia graduated with a Sport and Exercise degree from Loughborough University. Her degree gave her valuable scientific-based knowledge on the latest clinical and exercise research.

You can expect your sessions with Georgia to be scientifically researched and tailored to your needs and goals – endorsing the approach that exercise is medicine. Georgia takes a behavioral approach to her clients’ journey with Ten, creating progressive and individualised exercise programs to help support long-lasting lifestyle change.

Georgia's expertise and infectious energy make her a great and motivator. You’ll come away from your sessions with her not only moving better and with more confidence, but also armed with the information and insights necessary to support you on the changes you’ve set out to make.

Outside Ten, Georgia is a passionate and dedicated Kickboxer. She credits her keen interest in human anatomy and nutrition as key factors in helping her become UK National Lightweight Intermediate Champion in 2019 and gain her Black Belt. When she’s not in the Studio, Georgia can be found kicking a punch bag honing her skills and training for her next competition.

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Sun 02 May11:00amOpen Reformer SessionSantiago Gallego
Santiago (or Santi as he likes to be called) comes to Ten with a wealth of experience and expertise, having completed a PGdip in Brazil and a Master’s in Exercise Physiology at St Mary’s, London, where he developed specialisms in cardiovascular rehabilitation and postural correction.

As an exercise physiologist, Santi is passionate about ensuring he keeps himself as up to date as possible on new scientific evidence and research to continue expanding his knowledge.

Santi will take time to create a bespoke exercise prescription plan to ensure the client’s needs always comes first whilst understanding the journey needed to reach health and fitness goals.

For Santi, there is nothing more rewarding than working with a client and helping them to improve their quality of life. Open and approachable, in both classes and 1-1 sessions his calm approach is balanced with his natural ability to engage and motivate his clients.

Since childhood, Santi has loved spending free time in the great outdoors, and when he’s not working you’ll find him hiking, kayaking or traveling with his camera taking snaps all over the world.

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Sun 02 May2:00pmOpen Reformer SessionSantiago Gallego
Santiago (or Santi as he likes to be called) comes to Ten with a wealth of experience and expertise, having completed a PGdip in Brazil and a Master’s in Exercise Physiology at St Mary’s, London, where he developed specialisms in cardiovascular rehabilitation and postural correction.

As an exercise physiologist, Santi is passionate about ensuring he keeps himself as up to date as possible on new scientific evidence and research to continue expanding his knowledge.

Santi will take time to create a bespoke exercise prescription plan to ensure the client’s needs always comes first whilst understanding the journey needed to reach health and fitness goals.

For Santi, there is nothing more rewarding than working with a client and helping them to improve their quality of life. Open and approachable, in both classes and 1-1 sessions his calm approach is balanced with his natural ability to engage and motivate his clients.

Since childhood, Santi has loved spending free time in the great outdoors, and when he’s not working you’ll find him hiking, kayaking or traveling with his camera taking snaps all over the world.

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Sun 02 May9:00amOpen Reformer SessionJody Ashmore
Now an instructor herself, Jody has been personally practising both Matwork and Reformer Pilates for over 10 years. Whilst working in the live music industry, she found that the physical and mental benefits that a daily Matwork Pilates practice gave her were essential for relieving the stresses of such a demanding job. She then discovered Dynamic Reformer classes at Ten Notting Hill and hasn’t looked back since – she even attended the PreNatal classes while pregnant with her son and got back into the studio afterwards to regain her strength.

Jody’s journey to becoming a Pilates instructor began when she suffered a neck injury. Having been advised by her Physiotherapist to start practising Pilates to support her rehabilitation, she learned first-hand just how effective it can be and was inspired to pursue a Level 3 Matwork qualification.

Having achieved this, she also went on to complete her Small Equipment, Osteo Pilates and Pre and Postnatal Matwork certificates, before completing her Dynamic Reformer certificate.

Jody loves nothing more than helping her clients achieve their goals through Pilates – whether that’s to get the physique they desire or to return to a pain-free life – and seeing them gain strength physically and mentally through practice, just as she did.

When she’s not in the studio or stretching at home, Jody loves swimming, being in the great outdoors, watching movies and, most importantly, spending time with her family.

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Sun 02 May10:00amOpen Reformer SessionJody Ashmore
Now an instructor herself, Jody has been personally practising both Matwork and Reformer Pilates for over 10 years. Whilst working in the live music industry, she found that the physical and mental benefits that a daily Matwork Pilates practice gave her were essential for relieving the stresses of such a demanding job. She then discovered Dynamic Reformer classes at Ten Notting Hill and hasn’t looked back since – she even attended the PreNatal classes while pregnant with her son and got back into the studio afterwards to regain her strength.

Jody’s journey to becoming a Pilates instructor began when she suffered a neck injury. Having been advised by her Physiotherapist to start practising Pilates to support her rehabilitation, she learned first-hand just how effective it can be and was inspired to pursue a Level 3 Matwork qualification.

Having achieved this, she also went on to complete her Small Equipment, Osteo Pilates and Pre and Postnatal Matwork certificates, before completing her Dynamic Reformer certificate.

Jody loves nothing more than helping her clients achieve their goals through Pilates – whether that’s to get the physique they desire or to return to a pain-free life – and seeing them gain strength physically and mentally through practice, just as she did.

When she’s not in the studio or stretching at home, Jody loves swimming, being in the great outdoors, watching movies and, most importantly, spending time with her family.

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Sun 02 May11:00amOpen Reformer SessionJody Ashmore
Now an instructor herself, Jody has been personally practising both Matwork and Reformer Pilates for over 10 years. Whilst working in the live music industry, she found that the physical and mental benefits that a daily Matwork Pilates practice gave her were essential for relieving the stresses of such a demanding job. She then discovered Dynamic Reformer classes at Ten Notting Hill and hasn’t looked back since – she even attended the PreNatal classes while pregnant with her son and got back into the studio afterwards to regain her strength.

Jody’s journey to becoming a Pilates instructor began when she suffered a neck injury. Having been advised by her Physiotherapist to start practising Pilates to support her rehabilitation, she learned first-hand just how effective it can be and was inspired to pursue a Level 3 Matwork qualification.

Having achieved this, she also went on to complete her Small Equipment, Osteo Pilates and Pre and Postnatal Matwork certificates, before completing her Dynamic Reformer certificate.

Jody loves nothing more than helping her clients achieve their goals through Pilates – whether that’s to get the physique they desire or to return to a pain-free life – and seeing them gain strength physically and mentally through practice, just as she did.

When she’s not in the studio or stretching at home, Jody loves swimming, being in the great outdoors, watching movies and, most importantly, spending time with her family.

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Mon 03 May7:00amOpen Reformer SessionRafael Cunha
Born and raised in Brazil, Rafael has always had a keen interest in sport and exercise, enjoying everything from football to handball, volleyball to basketball, running to capoeira and swimming to surfing.
 
 
His passion for exercise and for understanding the positive effect movement has on the human body led him to complete an undergraduate degree in Physical Education in 2008, followed by a postgraduate degree in Physiology of Exercise in 2015.

 

After graduating, Rafael began his career working as a personal trainer for both adults and children. Throughout his career he has also been involved in coaching and teaching a range of sports, leading capoeira groups, running social projects, organising boot camps and sports championships, and he even founded his own running group.

 

Believing that the human body truly is made to move, Rafael credits the skeletal system as the thing that allows us to live our lives to the maximum.

 

It’s this interest in musculoskeletal health that led him to train both as a Pilates instructor and study Tui Na massage, further improving his knowledge and understanding of human anatomy and in turn helping him to address muscular imbalances.

 

Having previously worked with people who faced hernias, disc protrusion, sciatic nerve issues, back pain and postural imbalances, Rafael enjoys helping people improve their quality of movement, overall fitness and general health.

 

This experience also taught him the importance of looking after our bodies, so that we can continue to live healthy and active lives without aches and pains.

 

Rafael takes a tailored approach to each client, understanding their needs, respecting their limitations and observing existing imbalances in the musculoskeletal system, which enables him to develop individual plans to help his clients achieve their goals. Whether that is to reduce pain and discomfort or increase tone, his programmes are developed to help clients strengthen the right muscles and restore balance.

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Mon 03 May9:00amOpen Reformer SessionRafael Cunha
Born and raised in Brazil, Rafael has always had a keen interest in sport and exercise, enjoying everything from football to handball, volleyball to basketball, running to capoeira and swimming to surfing.
 
 
His passion for exercise and for understanding the positive effect movement has on the human body led him to complete an undergraduate degree in Physical Education in 2008, followed by a postgraduate degree in Physiology of Exercise in 2015.

 

After graduating, Rafael began his career working as a personal trainer for both adults and children. Throughout his career he has also been involved in coaching and teaching a range of sports, leading capoeira groups, running social projects, organising boot camps and sports championships, and he even founded his own running group.

 

Believing that the human body truly is made to move, Rafael credits the skeletal system as the thing that allows us to live our lives to the maximum.

 

It’s this interest in musculoskeletal health that led him to train both as a Pilates instructor and study Tui Na massage, further improving his knowledge and understanding of human anatomy and in turn helping him to address muscular imbalances.

 

Having previously worked with people who faced hernias, disc protrusion, sciatic nerve issues, back pain and postural imbalances, Rafael enjoys helping people improve their quality of movement, overall fitness and general health.

 

This experience also taught him the importance of looking after our bodies, so that we can continue to live healthy and active lives without aches and pains.

 

Rafael takes a tailored approach to each client, understanding their needs, respecting their limitations and observing existing imbalances in the musculoskeletal system, which enables him to develop individual plans to help his clients achieve their goals. Whether that is to reduce pain and discomfort or increase tone, his programmes are developed to help clients strengthen the right muscles and restore balance.

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Mon 03 May11:00amOpen Reformer SessionRafael Cunha
Born and raised in Brazil, Rafael has always had a keen interest in sport and exercise, enjoying everything from football to handball, volleyball to basketball, running to capoeira and swimming to surfing.
 
 
His passion for exercise and for understanding the positive effect movement has on the human body led him to complete an undergraduate degree in Physical Education in 2008, followed by a postgraduate degree in Physiology of Exercise in 2015.

 

After graduating, Rafael began his career working as a personal trainer for both adults and children. Throughout his career he has also been involved in coaching and teaching a range of sports, leading capoeira groups, running social projects, organising boot camps and sports championships, and he even founded his own running group.

 

Believing that the human body truly is made to move, Rafael credits the skeletal system as the thing that allows us to live our lives to the maximum.

 

It’s this interest in musculoskeletal health that led him to train both as a Pilates instructor and study Tui Na massage, further improving his knowledge and understanding of human anatomy and in turn helping him to address muscular imbalances.

 

Having previously worked with people who faced hernias, disc protrusion, sciatic nerve issues, back pain and postural imbalances, Rafael enjoys helping people improve their quality of movement, overall fitness and general health.

 

This experience also taught him the importance of looking after our bodies, so that we can continue to live healthy and active lives without aches and pains.

 

Rafael takes a tailored approach to each client, understanding their needs, respecting their limitations and observing existing imbalances in the musculoskeletal system, which enables him to develop individual plans to help his clients achieve their goals. Whether that is to reduce pain and discomfort or increase tone, his programmes are developed to help clients strengthen the right muscles and restore balance.

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Mon 03 May12:00pmOpen Reformer SessionTommy Marshall
Tommy has been physically active for as long as he can remember, playing recreational to semi-professional football over the years before a back condition stopped him in his tracks.

Combining a lifelong enthusiasm for movement and activity with his love of science, Tommy took his first career step by graduating from the University of Bath with an MSci Sports and Exercise Science degree.

A postgraduate season with the first team of Bristol City Football Club gave Tommy the opportunity to lead both gym and pitch based prehab/rehab sessions as well as taking the players through their strength and conditioning programs on a one to one and group basis.

It was also this experience – good as it was – that motivated him to move away from professional football and follow a deeper passion that had developed for helping people achieve their goals through exercise. Especially when underpinned by science and research.

Tommy is a firm believer that exercise is medicine. He loves helping people meet their goals no matter how big or small – meeting any goal is a step in the right direction. He is driven and enthusiastic to help empower you to reach your full potential.

In his spare time Tommy can be found in the gym, at the London Stadium watching his beloved West Ham United (which usually ends in disappointment) or exploring a new part of the world.

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Mon 03 May2:00pmOpen Reformer SessionTommy Marshall
Tommy has been physically active for as long as he can remember, playing recreational to semi-professional football over the years before a back condition stopped him in his tracks.

Combining a lifelong enthusiasm for movement and activity with his love of science, Tommy took his first career step by graduating from the University of Bath with an MSci Sports and Exercise Science degree.

A postgraduate season with the first team of Bristol City Football Club gave Tommy the opportunity to lead both gym and pitch based prehab/rehab sessions as well as taking the players through their strength and conditioning programs on a one to one and group basis.

It was also this experience – good as it was – that motivated him to move away from professional football and follow a deeper passion that had developed for helping people achieve their goals through exercise. Especially when underpinned by science and research.

Tommy is a firm believer that exercise is medicine. He loves helping people meet their goals no matter how big or small – meeting any goal is a step in the right direction. He is driven and enthusiastic to help empower you to reach your full potential.

In his spare time Tommy can be found in the gym, at the London Stadium watching his beloved West Ham United (which usually ends in disappointment) or exploring a new part of the world.

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Mon 03 May9:15amOpen Reformer SessionDarren Manly
Darren’s experience in the health and fitness industry spans the past 20 years across a number of roles, from Personal Trainer and Studio Instructor to General Manager. But whatever his role his focus has always been the same: to deliver the best possible experience for his clients, time and time again.

While stability and control form the programming base for his training style – in order to load a joint effectively and avoid the risk of injury, that joint needs to be strong and stable – Darren’s personal satisfaction and reward comes from his ability to understand his clients’ motivations for their desired outcome, and then to support them effectively on their journey to achieve it.

He is a firm believer in leading an active lifestyle, not only for the benefits on our own physical, psychological and emotional wellbeing, but also the positive influence it can have on those around us.

Outside the studio, Darren continues to practice what he preaches. Sporting Performance and Coaching remain close to Darren’s heart, particularly within rugby. Over the years, he has coached both teams and individual clients, with ages ranging from 8 to 80.

You’ll still find Darren playing and coaching rugby for his local team, and during the winter months, he’ll be looking for the first opportunity to grab his snowboard and get down a mountain.

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Mon 03 May12:15pmOpen Reformer SessionDarren Manly
Darren’s experience in the health and fitness industry spans the past 20 years across a number of roles, from Personal Trainer and Studio Instructor to General Manager. But whatever his role his focus has always been the same: to deliver the best possible experience for his clients, time and time again.

While stability and control form the programming base for his training style – in order to load a joint effectively and avoid the risk of injury, that joint needs to be strong and stable – Darren’s personal satisfaction and reward comes from his ability to understand his clients’ motivations for their desired outcome, and then to support them effectively on their journey to achieve it.

He is a firm believer in leading an active lifestyle, not only for the benefits on our own physical, psychological and emotional wellbeing, but also the positive influence it can have on those around us.

Outside the studio, Darren continues to practice what he preaches. Sporting Performance and Coaching remain close to Darren’s heart, particularly within rugby. Over the years, he has coached both teams and individual clients, with ages ranging from 8 to 80.

You’ll still find Darren playing and coaching rugby for his local team, and during the winter months, he’ll be looking for the first opportunity to grab his snowboard and get down a mountain.

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Tue 04 May10:00amOpen Reformer SessionGreg Lyon-Lowe

One of the most experienced PT’s in London, Greg began his health and fitness career in the mid 90’s.

An early advocate and keen attendee of group exercise classes, Greg’s career began when he was encouraged to get out in front of the classes he enjoyed so much, and teach. He gained his first (and in his own words, relatively basic) Exercise to Music and YMCA gym qualifications in 1995 and joined the Livingwell Health Club in Millbank.

Over the intervening years, Greg continued to pursue his thirst for knowledge. A frequent attendee of Fitness Professional conventions, Greg has completed more courses, workshops and CPD’s than he can count.

For his first few years in the industry, Greg focused on classes, working as an in-demand instructor on the freelance circuit, teaching everything from Boxercise to Step, Reebok Deck and Spin – still a guilty pleasure for his own workouts.

Over the past decade Greg focused increasingly on PT. Working in the City, over the years he saw the same patterns of dysfunction in people working in desk based jobs. His philosophy – that exercise should make you, not break you – led him to work increasingly closely with other physical therapists, helping people return from injury, and giving them the skills and strategies that will help them achieve their gals whilst training safely, effectively and minimising the risks of future injury.

In 2016, he qualified as a Chek Practitioner and Holistic Lifestyle Coach, learning how to incorporate rest and recovery, nutrition, hydration, correct movement patterns, effective breathing and mental clarity into an overarching health and wellness approach that would support and enhance his clients’ fitness journeys.

Greg likes to think of training as a “physical pension”, the more you invest now, the greater the payback in your later years.

When he works with a client, establishing their goals is the first stage. Clear and concise framing of their intentions helps to maintain focus. These include short term (0-3 months), medium term (3-12 months) and long term goals (1 year onwards).

The second stage is to assess the body for any postural or muscular imbalances that could cause or contribute to injury.

The third is a lifestyle assessment, to identify and help his clients reduce and ultimately avoid the habits and behaviours that would hinder their success.

As Greg puts it “the magic takes place in the programming, exercise has to be prescribed in the same way as a doctor would medication”. The use of primal pattern movements ensure that effective essential movement is factored into the training sessions, while the empathy and insights Greg has gained over almost 25 years as a fitness professional helps him understand where a client is on any given day and enables him to fine-tune their sessions to help them stay motivated, energized and on track.

Outside the gym, Greg can be found up the mountains in North Wales and the Lake District, paddle boarding on the Norfolk Broads or on the sofa enjoying Netflix. He is also a petrolhead – on his honeymoon, he took his wife to the world famous Le Mans 24-hour race. (Luckily, she is also a fan.)

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Tue 04 May3:00pmOpen Reformer SessionGreg Lyon-Lowe

One of the most experienced PT’s in London, Greg began his health and fitness career in the mid 90’s.

An early advocate and keen attendee of group exercise classes, Greg’s career began when he was encouraged to get out in front of the classes he enjoyed so much, and teach. He gained his first (and in his own words, relatively basic) Exercise to Music and YMCA gym qualifications in 1995 and joined the Livingwell Health Club in Millbank.

Over the intervening years, Greg continued to pursue his thirst for knowledge. A frequent attendee of Fitness Professional conventions, Greg has completed more courses, workshops and CPD’s than he can count.

For his first few years in the industry, Greg focused on classes, working as an in-demand instructor on the freelance circuit, teaching everything from Boxercise to Step, Reebok Deck and Spin – still a guilty pleasure for his own workouts.

Over the past decade Greg focused increasingly on PT. Working in the City, over the years he saw the same patterns of dysfunction in people working in desk based jobs. His philosophy – that exercise should make you, not break you – led him to work increasingly closely with other physical therapists, helping people return from injury, and giving them the skills and strategies that will help them achieve their gals whilst training safely, effectively and minimising the risks of future injury.

In 2016, he qualified as a Chek Practitioner and Holistic Lifestyle Coach, learning how to incorporate rest and recovery, nutrition, hydration, correct movement patterns, effective breathing and mental clarity into an overarching health and wellness approach that would support and enhance his clients’ fitness journeys.

Greg likes to think of training as a “physical pension”, the more you invest now, the greater the payback in your later years.

When he works with a client, establishing their goals is the first stage. Clear and concise framing of their intentions helps to maintain focus. These include short term (0-3 months), medium term (3-12 months) and long term goals (1 year onwards).

The second stage is to assess the body for any postural or muscular imbalances that could cause or contribute to injury.

The third is a lifestyle assessment, to identify and help his clients reduce and ultimately avoid the habits and behaviours that would hinder their success.

As Greg puts it “the magic takes place in the programming, exercise has to be prescribed in the same way as a doctor would medication”. The use of primal pattern movements ensure that effective essential movement is factored into the training sessions, while the empathy and insights Greg has gained over almost 25 years as a fitness professional helps him understand where a client is on any given day and enables him to fine-tune their sessions to help them stay motivated, energized and on track.

Outside the gym, Greg can be found up the mountains in North Wales and the Lake District, paddle boarding on the Norfolk Broads or on the sofa enjoying Netflix. He is also a petrolhead – on his honeymoon, he took his wife to the world famous Le Mans 24-hour race. (Luckily, she is also a fan.)

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Tue 04 May8:00amOpen Reformer SessionCinzia Prenza
Cinzia is a Pilates instructor with a huge passion for exercise and fitness. Her determination, enthusiasm and motivating approach come from her experience as a former professional dancer.

She has been working with movement since she was five years old, at first with rhythmic gymnastics, followed by ballroom/latin dance and ballet.

Afterwards she spent much of her career working in retail as a store manager and visual merchandiser. Having London for work five years ago, Cinzia was looking for something to keep her active. She turned her attention to Pilates – her experiences as a dancer having already convinced her of the benefits – knowing about the benefits. The more she learned about the method, and the more she saw results from her own practice, the more impressed she became.

It was then that Cinzia switched careers, got her qualification as Mat Pilates teacher and decided to share her passion for movement.

As an instructor, her purpose is to help people from all walks of life to feel better, achieve better posture, relieve pain, move more efficiently – and most importantly feel confident and aware of their own body. She believes that a strong, healthy body is necessary for longevity and happiness.

When she is not teaching you will find her practicing Pilates, Yoga and Pole fitness. She is also a massive fan of art, street art, dance and nature and she tries to spend most of her spare time in parks and holidays by the sea.

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Tue 04 May9:00amOpen Reformer SessionCinzia Prenza
Cinzia is a Pilates instructor with a huge passion for exercise and fitness. Her determination, enthusiasm and motivating approach come from her experience as a former professional dancer.

She has been working with movement since she was five years old, at first with rhythmic gymnastics, followed by ballroom/latin dance and ballet.

Afterwards she spent much of her career working in retail as a store manager and visual merchandiser. Having London for work five years ago, Cinzia was looking for something to keep her active. She turned her attention to Pilates – her experiences as a dancer having already convinced her of the benefits – knowing about the benefits. The more she learned about the method, and the more she saw results from her own practice, the more impressed she became.

It was then that Cinzia switched careers, got her qualification as Mat Pilates teacher and decided to share her passion for movement.

As an instructor, her purpose is to help people from all walks of life to feel better, achieve better posture, relieve pain, move more efficiently – and most importantly feel confident and aware of their own body. She believes that a strong, healthy body is necessary for longevity and happiness.

When she is not teaching you will find her practicing Pilates, Yoga and Pole fitness. She is also a massive fan of art, street art, dance and nature and she tries to spend most of her spare time in parks and holidays by the sea.

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Tue 04 May10:00amOpen Reformer SessionCinzia Prenza
Cinzia is a Pilates instructor with a huge passion for exercise and fitness. Her determination, enthusiasm and motivating approach come from her experience as a former professional dancer.

She has been working with movement since she was five years old, at first with rhythmic gymnastics, followed by ballroom/latin dance and ballet.

Afterwards she spent much of her career working in retail as a store manager and visual merchandiser. Having London for work five years ago, Cinzia was looking for something to keep her active. She turned her attention to Pilates – her experiences as a dancer having already convinced her of the benefits – knowing about the benefits. The more she learned about the method, and the more she saw results from her own practice, the more impressed she became.

It was then that Cinzia switched careers, got her qualification as Mat Pilates teacher and decided to share her passion for movement.

As an instructor, her purpose is to help people from all walks of life to feel better, achieve better posture, relieve pain, move more efficiently – and most importantly feel confident and aware of their own body. She believes that a strong, healthy body is necessary for longevity and happiness.

When she is not teaching you will find her practicing Pilates, Yoga and Pole fitness. She is also a massive fan of art, street art, dance and nature and she tries to spend most of her spare time in parks and holidays by the sea.

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Tue 04 May2:00pmOpen Reformer SessionJoao Lobo Pina
Starting his career in sports at an early age, João has always been passionate about sports.

João was a professional football player for many years, playing at the highest levels and representing his country. Determined to keep football as part of his life, he enrolled in a Sports Science degree and went on to follow his dream of working in sports and fitness, as a personal trainer and also as a football coach.

Dedicated to helping people achieve their health and fitness goals, João was drawn to Pilates though its focus on body posture, awareness and the establishing of effective, safe movement patterns. With a postgraduate certificate in rehabilitation and injury prevention, João’s motivation comes from his ability to guide his clients to help them reach their physical goals consciously and safely.

When not at Ten or working out, João loves to travel, hang out with friends or watch a good movie.

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Tue 04 May3:00pmOpen Reformer SessionJoao Lobo Pina
Starting his career in sports at an early age, João has always been passionate about sports.

João was a professional football player for many years, playing at the highest levels and representing his country. Determined to keep football as part of his life, he enrolled in a Sports Science degree and went on to follow his dream of working in sports and fitness, as a personal trainer and also as a football coach.

Dedicated to helping people achieve their health and fitness goals, João was drawn to Pilates though its focus on body posture, awareness and the establishing of effective, safe movement patterns. With a postgraduate certificate in rehabilitation and injury prevention, João’s motivation comes from his ability to guide his clients to help them reach their physical goals consciously and safely.

When not at Ten or working out, João loves to travel, hang out with friends or watch a good movie.

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Tue 04 May4:00pmOpen Reformer SessionJoao Lobo Pina
Starting his career in sports at an early age, João has always been passionate about sports.

João was a professional football player for many years, playing at the highest levels and representing his country. Determined to keep football as part of his life, he enrolled in a Sports Science degree and went on to follow his dream of working in sports and fitness, as a personal trainer and also as a football coach.

Dedicated to helping people achieve their health and fitness goals, João was drawn to Pilates though its focus on body posture, awareness and the establishing of effective, safe movement patterns. With a postgraduate certificate in rehabilitation and injury prevention, João’s motivation comes from his ability to guide his clients to help them reach their physical goals consciously and safely.

When not at Ten or working out, João loves to travel, hang out with friends or watch a good movie.

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Tue 04 May8:00amOpen Reformer SessionTen TrainerTen - Hatton GardenBook Now1620111600
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Tue 04 May12:00pmOpen Reformer SessionBrett Starkowitz
Brett has been in the fitness industry for nearly 20 years, discovering Pilates back in 2005 when looking for an exercise method that would enhance his other training techniques. He soon qualified in classical and contemporary Pilates and began teaching both in a 1-1 and group training environment.

Brett has seen many successes in his years of teaching, especially in the fields of sports specific conditioning, occupational wellness, stress management and injury care and prevention. He is a great proponent of cross training and maintains that by adding Pilates to an exercise regime, you will see a dramatic improvement across the board. As a participant in Brett’s class, you know you’re in experienced and caring hands.

In addition to teaching, Brett is experienced in delivering education and continued learning to new trainers and those wishing to develop their knowledge. He has presented at several fitness conferences and regularly runs attended workshops. Always looking to further his own knowledge, Brett took a sabbatical for postgraduate study at Henley Business School.

When he is not studying, you’re more than likely to find Brett in the gym or walking his beloved Havanese, Alaska.

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Tue 04 May1:00pmOpen Reformer SessionBrett Starkowitz
Brett has been in the fitness industry for nearly 20 years, discovering Pilates back in 2005 when looking for an exercise method that would enhance his other training techniques. He soon qualified in classical and contemporary Pilates and began teaching both in a 1-1 and group training environment.

Brett has seen many successes in his years of teaching, especially in the fields of sports specific conditioning, occupational wellness, stress management and injury care and prevention. He is a great proponent of cross training and maintains that by adding Pilates to an exercise regime, you will see a dramatic improvement across the board. As a participant in Brett’s class, you know you’re in experienced and caring hands.

In addition to teaching, Brett is experienced in delivering education and continued learning to new trainers and those wishing to develop their knowledge. He has presented at several fitness conferences and regularly runs attended workshops. Always looking to further his own knowledge, Brett took a sabbatical for postgraduate study at Henley Business School.

When he is not studying, you’re more than likely to find Brett in the gym or walking his beloved Havanese, Alaska.

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Tue 04 May2:00pmOpen Reformer SessionBrett Starkowitz
Brett has been in the fitness industry for nearly 20 years, discovering Pilates back in 2005 when looking for an exercise method that would enhance his other training techniques. He soon qualified in classical and contemporary Pilates and began teaching both in a 1-1 and group training environment.

Brett has seen many successes in his years of teaching, especially in the fields of sports specific conditioning, occupational wellness, stress management and injury care and prevention. He is a great proponent of cross training and maintains that by adding Pilates to an exercise regime, you will see a dramatic improvement across the board. As a participant in Brett’s class, you know you’re in experienced and caring hands.

In addition to teaching, Brett is experienced in delivering education and continued learning to new trainers and those wishing to develop their knowledge. He has presented at several fitness conferences and regularly runs attended workshops. Always looking to further his own knowledge, Brett took a sabbatical for postgraduate study at Henley Business School.

When he is not studying, you’re more than likely to find Brett in the gym or walking his beloved Havanese, Alaska.

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Wed 05 May7:00amOpen Reformer SessionEleftheria Anastasiadou
Born in Thessaloniki, Greece, Eleftheria started ballet when she was 3 and since hasn’t stopped since.

Since then, her limitless passion for dance has led her to explore more styles including hip-hop, commercial, experimental, contemporary, and to train in aerial hoop, silks and rope. It also inspired her to travel around the world to take professional workshops with famous choreographers such as Hofesch Schetcher, Wayne McGrecor, Chazz Buzzan, Zoi Tatopoulos, and to work in some great theatrical performances, art exhibitions and dance projects.

Eleftheria’s journey to fitness started when she decided to study Sports Science and develop her knowledge of the human body and sports performance. In the last year of her studies, she was awarded a full scholarship in one of the best region’s fitness academies, working next and learning from some of the to leading fitness personalities in Greece.

After 2 years teaching in top health & fitness clubs and dance schools, Eleftheria came to London to do a masters in Dance Science in Trinity Laban.

Eleftheria believes that with the correct mindset, and positive people and influences around you, anything is possible – physically and in life generally.

She is currently undertaking the Comprehensive Pilates teaching diploma from Balance Body along with UKSCA’s the strength and conditioning coaching qualification.

At the same time, she takes dance classes around London keeps her training up to date with all the UK leading choreographers. Any time she is not teaching you will find her trying new body shapes and dance movements in the mirrors.

At Ten, you will find Eleftheria teaching Dynamic Pilates reformer, TenHiiT, TenYoga, TenBarre and TenRX classes.

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Wed 05 May9:00amOpen Reformer SessionEleftheria Anastasiadou
Born in Thessaloniki, Greece, Eleftheria started ballet when she was 3 and since hasn’t stopped since.

Since then, her limitless passion for dance has led her to explore more styles including hip-hop, commercial, experimental, contemporary, and to train in aerial hoop, silks and rope. It also inspired her to travel around the world to take professional workshops with famous choreographers such as Hofesch Schetcher, Wayne McGrecor, Chazz Buzzan, Zoi Tatopoulos, and to work in some great theatrical performances, art exhibitions and dance projects.

Eleftheria’s journey to fitness started when she decided to study Sports Science and develop her knowledge of the human body and sports performance. In the last year of her studies, she was awarded a full scholarship in one of the best region’s fitness academies, working next and learning from some of the to leading fitness personalities in Greece.

After 2 years teaching in top health & fitness clubs and dance schools, Eleftheria came to London to do a masters in Dance Science in Trinity Laban.

Eleftheria believes that with the correct mindset, and positive people and influences around you, anything is possible – physically and in life generally.

She is currently undertaking the Comprehensive Pilates teaching diploma from Balance Body along with UKSCA’s the strength and conditioning coaching qualification.

At the same time, she takes dance classes around London keeps her training up to date with all the UK leading choreographers. Any time she is not teaching you will find her trying new body shapes and dance movements in the mirrors.

At Ten, you will find Eleftheria teaching Dynamic Pilates reformer, TenHiiT, TenYoga, TenBarre and TenRX classes.

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Wed 05 May8:15amOpen Reformer SessionDarren Manly
Darren’s experience in the health and fitness industry spans the past 20 years across a number of roles, from Personal Trainer and Studio Instructor to General Manager. But whatever his role his focus has always been the same: to deliver the best possible experience for his clients, time and time again.

While stability and control form the programming base for his training style – in order to load a joint effectively and avoid the risk of injury, that joint needs to be strong and stable – Darren’s personal satisfaction and reward comes from his ability to understand his clients’ motivations for their desired outcome, and then to support them effectively on their journey to achieve it.

He is a firm believer in leading an active lifestyle, not only for the benefits on our own physical, psychological and emotional wellbeing, but also the positive influence it can have on those around us.

Outside the studio, Darren continues to practice what he preaches. Sporting Performance and Coaching remain close to Darren’s heart, particularly within rugby. Over the years, he has coached both teams and individual clients, with ages ranging from 8 to 80.

You’ll still find Darren playing and coaching rugby for his local team, and during the winter months, he’ll be looking for the first opportunity to grab his snowboard and get down a mountain.

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Wed 05 May9:15amOpen Reformer SessionDarren Manly
Darren’s experience in the health and fitness industry spans the past 20 years across a number of roles, from Personal Trainer and Studio Instructor to General Manager. But whatever his role his focus has always been the same: to deliver the best possible experience for his clients, time and time again.

While stability and control form the programming base for his training style – in order to load a joint effectively and avoid the risk of injury, that joint needs to be strong and stable – Darren’s personal satisfaction and reward comes from his ability to understand his clients’ motivations for their desired outcome, and then to support them effectively on their journey to achieve it.

He is a firm believer in leading an active lifestyle, not only for the benefits on our own physical, psychological and emotional wellbeing, but also the positive influence it can have on those around us.

Outside the studio, Darren continues to practice what he preaches. Sporting Performance and Coaching remain close to Darren’s heart, particularly within rugby. Over the years, he has coached both teams and individual clients, with ages ranging from 8 to 80.

You’ll still find Darren playing and coaching rugby for his local team, and during the winter months, he’ll be looking for the first opportunity to grab his snowboard and get down a mountain.

Ten - CityBook Now1620202500
Wed 05 May12:15pmOpen Reformer SessionDarren Manly
Darren’s experience in the health and fitness industry spans the past 20 years across a number of roles, from Personal Trainer and Studio Instructor to General Manager. But whatever his role his focus has always been the same: to deliver the best possible experience for his clients, time and time again.

While stability and control form the programming base for his training style – in order to load a joint effectively and avoid the risk of injury, that joint needs to be strong and stable – Darren’s personal satisfaction and reward comes from his ability to understand his clients’ motivations for their desired outcome, and then to support them effectively on their journey to achieve it.

He is a firm believer in leading an active lifestyle, not only for the benefits on our own physical, psychological and emotional wellbeing, but also the positive influence it can have on those around us.

Outside the studio, Darren continues to practice what he preaches. Sporting Performance and Coaching remain close to Darren’s heart, particularly within rugby. Over the years, he has coached both teams and individual clients, with ages ranging from 8 to 80.

You’ll still find Darren playing and coaching rugby for his local team, and during the winter months, he’ll be looking for the first opportunity to grab his snowboard and get down a mountain.

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Wed 05 May5:00pmOpen Reformer SessionCinzia Prenza
Cinzia is a Pilates instructor with a huge passion for exercise and fitness. Her determination, enthusiasm and motivating approach come from her experience as a former professional dancer.

She has been working with movement since she was five years old, at first with rhythmic gymnastics, followed by ballroom/latin dance and ballet.

Afterwards she spent much of her career working in retail as a store manager and visual merchandiser. Having London for work five years ago, Cinzia was looking for something to keep her active. She turned her attention to Pilates – her experiences as a dancer having already convinced her of the benefits – knowing about the benefits. The more she learned about the method, and the more she saw results from her own practice, the more impressed she became.

It was then that Cinzia switched careers, got her qualification as Mat Pilates teacher and decided to share her passion for movement.

As an instructor, her purpose is to help people from all walks of life to feel better, achieve better posture, relieve pain, move more efficiently – and most importantly feel confident and aware of their own body. She believes that a strong, healthy body is necessary for longevity and happiness.

When she is not teaching you will find her practicing Pilates, Yoga and Pole fitness. She is also a massive fan of art, street art, dance and nature and she tries to spend most of her spare time in parks and holidays by the sea.

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Wed 05 May4:00pmOpen Reformer SessionCinzia Prenza
Cinzia is a Pilates instructor with a huge passion for exercise and fitness. Her determination, enthusiasm and motivating approach come from her experience as a former professional dancer.

She has been working with movement since she was five years old, at first with rhythmic gymnastics, followed by ballroom/latin dance and ballet.

Afterwards she spent much of her career working in retail as a store manager and visual merchandiser. Having London for work five years ago, Cinzia was looking for something to keep her active. She turned her attention to Pilates – her experiences as a dancer having already convinced her of the benefits – knowing about the benefits. The more she learned about the method, and the more she saw results from her own practice, the more impressed she became.

It was then that Cinzia switched careers, got her qualification as Mat Pilates teacher and decided to share her passion for movement.

As an instructor, her purpose is to help people from all walks of life to feel better, achieve better posture, relieve pain, move more efficiently – and most importantly feel confident and aware of their own body. She believes that a strong, healthy body is necessary for longevity and happiness.

When she is not teaching you will find her practicing Pilates, Yoga and Pole fitness. She is also a massive fan of art, street art, dance and nature and she tries to spend most of her spare time in parks and holidays by the sea.

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Wed 05 May6:00pmOpen Reformer SessionCinzia Prenza
Cinzia is a Pilates instructor with a huge passion for exercise and fitness. Her determination, enthusiasm and motivating approach come from her experience as a former professional dancer.

She has been working with movement since she was five years old, at first with rhythmic gymnastics, followed by ballroom/latin dance and ballet.

Afterwards she spent much of her career working in retail as a store manager and visual merchandiser. Having London for work five years ago, Cinzia was looking for something to keep her active. She turned her attention to Pilates – her experiences as a dancer having already convinced her of the benefits – knowing about the benefits. The more she learned about the method, and the more she saw results from her own practice, the more impressed she became.

It was then that Cinzia switched careers, got her qualification as Mat Pilates teacher and decided to share her passion for movement.

As an instructor, her purpose is to help people from all walks of life to feel better, achieve better posture, relieve pain, move more efficiently – and most importantly feel confident and aware of their own body. She believes that a strong, healthy body is necessary for longevity and happiness.

When she is not teaching you will find her practicing Pilates, Yoga and Pole fitness. She is also a massive fan of art, street art, dance and nature and she tries to spend most of her spare time in parks and holidays by the sea.

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Thu 06 May10:00amOpen Reformer SessionGreg Lyon-Lowe

One of the most experienced PT’s in London, Greg began his health and fitness career in the mid 90’s.

An early advocate and keen attendee of group exercise classes, Greg’s career began when he was encouraged to get out in front of the classes he enjoyed so much, and teach. He gained his first (and in his own words, relatively basic) Exercise to Music and YMCA gym qualifications in 1995 and joined the Livingwell Health Club in Millbank.

Over the intervening years, Greg continued to pursue his thirst for knowledge. A frequent attendee of Fitness Professional conventions, Greg has completed more courses, workshops and CPD’s than he can count.

For his first few years in the industry, Greg focused on classes, working as an in-demand instructor on the freelance circuit, teaching everything from Boxercise to Step, Reebok Deck and Spin – still a guilty pleasure for his own workouts.

Over the past decade Greg focused increasingly on PT. Working in the City, over the years he saw the same patterns of dysfunction in people working in desk based jobs. His philosophy – that exercise should make you, not break you – led him to work increasingly closely with other physical therapists, helping people return from injury, and giving them the skills and strategies that will help them achieve their gals whilst training safely, effectively and minimising the risks of future injury.

In 2016, he qualified as a Chek Practitioner and Holistic Lifestyle Coach, learning how to incorporate rest and recovery, nutrition, hydration, correct movement patterns, effective breathing and mental clarity into an overarching health and wellness approach that would support and enhance his clients’ fitness journeys.

Greg likes to think of training as a “physical pension”, the more you invest now, the greater the payback in your later years.

When he works with a client, establishing their goals is the first stage. Clear and concise framing of their intentions helps to maintain focus. These include short term (0-3 months), medium term (3-12 months) and long term goals (1 year onwards).

The second stage is to assess the body for any postural or muscular imbalances that could cause or contribute to injury.

The third is a lifestyle assessment, to identify and help his clients reduce and ultimately avoid the habits and behaviours that would hinder their success.

As Greg puts it “the magic takes place in the programming, exercise has to be prescribed in the same way as a doctor would medication”. The use of primal pattern movements ensure that effective essential movement is factored into the training sessions, while the empathy and insights Greg has gained over almost 25 years as a fitness professional helps him understand where a client is on any given day and enables him to fine-tune their sessions to help them stay motivated, energized and on track.

Outside the gym, Greg can be found up the mountains in North Wales and the Lake District, paddle boarding on the Norfolk Broads or on the sofa enjoying Netflix. He is also a petrolhead – on his honeymoon, he took his wife to the world famous Le Mans 24-hour race. (Luckily, she is also a fan.)

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Thu 06 May11:00amOpen Reformer SessionGreg Lyon-Lowe

One of the most experienced PT’s in London, Greg began his health and fitness career in the mid 90’s.

An early advocate and keen attendee of group exercise classes, Greg’s career began when he was encouraged to get out in front of the classes he enjoyed so much, and teach. He gained his first (and in his own words, relatively basic) Exercise to Music and YMCA gym qualifications in 1995 and joined the Livingwell Health Club in Millbank.

Over the intervening years, Greg continued to pursue his thirst for knowledge. A frequent attendee of Fitness Professional conventions, Greg has completed more courses, workshops and CPD’s than he can count.

For his first few years in the industry, Greg focused on classes, working as an in-demand instructor on the freelance circuit, teaching everything from Boxercise to Step, Reebok Deck and Spin – still a guilty pleasure for his own workouts.

Over the past decade Greg focused increasingly on PT. Working in the City, over the years he saw the same patterns of dysfunction in people working in desk based jobs. His philosophy – that exercise should make you, not break you – led him to work increasingly closely with other physical therapists, helping people return from injury, and giving them the skills and strategies that will help them achieve their gals whilst training safely, effectively and minimising the risks of future injury.

In 2016, he qualified as a Chek Practitioner and Holistic Lifestyle Coach, learning how to incorporate rest and recovery, nutrition, hydration, correct movement patterns, effective breathing and mental clarity into an overarching health and wellness approach that would support and enhance his clients’ fitness journeys.

Greg likes to think of training as a “physical pension”, the more you invest now, the greater the payback in your later years.

When he works with a client, establishing their goals is the first stage. Clear and concise framing of their intentions helps to maintain focus. These include short term (0-3 months), medium term (3-12 months) and long term goals (1 year onwards).

The second stage is to assess the body for any postural or muscular imbalances that could cause or contribute to injury.

The third is a lifestyle assessment, to identify and help his clients reduce and ultimately avoid the habits and behaviours that would hinder their success.

As Greg puts it “the magic takes place in the programming, exercise has to be prescribed in the same way as a doctor would medication”. The use of primal pattern movements ensure that effective essential movement is factored into the training sessions, while the empathy and insights Greg has gained over almost 25 years as a fitness professional helps him understand where a client is on any given day and enables him to fine-tune their sessions to help them stay motivated, energized and on track.

Outside the gym, Greg can be found up the mountains in North Wales and the Lake District, paddle boarding on the Norfolk Broads or on the sofa enjoying Netflix. He is also a petrolhead – on his honeymoon, he took his wife to the world famous Le Mans 24-hour race. (Luckily, she is also a fan.)

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Thu 06 May12:00pmOpen Reformer SessionGreg Lyon-Lowe

One of the most experienced PT’s in London, Greg began his health and fitness career in the mid 90’s.

An early advocate and keen attendee of group exercise classes, Greg’s career began when he was encouraged to get out in front of the classes he enjoyed so much, and teach. He gained his first (and in his own words, relatively basic) Exercise to Music and YMCA gym qualifications in 1995 and joined the Livingwell Health Club in Millbank.

Over the intervening years, Greg continued to pursue his thirst for knowledge. A frequent attendee of Fitness Professional conventions, Greg has completed more courses, workshops and CPD’s than he can count.

For his first few years in the industry, Greg focused on classes, working as an in-demand instructor on the freelance circuit, teaching everything from Boxercise to Step, Reebok Deck and Spin – still a guilty pleasure for his own workouts.

Over the past decade Greg focused increasingly on PT. Working in the City, over the years he saw the same patterns of dysfunction in people working in desk based jobs. His philosophy – that exercise should make you, not break you – led him to work increasingly closely with other physical therapists, helping people return from injury, and giving them the skills and strategies that will help them achieve their gals whilst training safely, effectively and minimising the risks of future injury.

In 2016, he qualified as a Chek Practitioner and Holistic Lifestyle Coach, learning how to incorporate rest and recovery, nutrition, hydration, correct movement patterns, effective breathing and mental clarity into an overarching health and wellness approach that would support and enhance his clients’ fitness journeys.

Greg likes to think of training as a “physical pension”, the more you invest now, the greater the payback in your later years.

When he works with a client, establishing their goals is the first stage. Clear and concise framing of their intentions helps to maintain focus. These include short term (0-3 months), medium term (3-12 months) and long term goals (1 year onwards).

The second stage is to assess the body for any postural or muscular imbalances that could cause or contribute to injury.

The third is a lifestyle assessment, to identify and help his clients reduce and ultimately avoid the habits and behaviours that would hinder their success.

As Greg puts it “the magic takes place in the programming, exercise has to be prescribed in the same way as a doctor would medication”. The use of primal pattern movements ensure that effective essential movement is factored into the training sessions, while the empathy and insights Greg has gained over almost 25 years as a fitness professional helps him understand where a client is on any given day and enables him to fine-tune their sessions to help them stay motivated, energized and on track.

Outside the gym, Greg can be found up the mountains in North Wales and the Lake District, paddle boarding on the Norfolk Broads or on the sofa enjoying Netflix. He is also a petrolhead – on his honeymoon, he took his wife to the world famous Le Mans 24-hour race. (Luckily, she is also a fan.)

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Thu 06 May8:00amOpen Reformer SessionCinzia Prenza
Cinzia is a Pilates instructor with a huge passion for exercise and fitness. Her determination, enthusiasm and motivating approach come from her experience as a former professional dancer.

She has been working with movement since she was five years old, at first with rhythmic gymnastics, followed by ballroom/latin dance and ballet.

Afterwards she spent much of her career working in retail as a store manager and visual merchandiser. Having London for work five years ago, Cinzia was looking for something to keep her active. She turned her attention to Pilates – her experiences as a dancer having already convinced her of the benefits – knowing about the benefits. The more she learned about the method, and the more she saw results from her own practice, the more impressed she became.

It was then that Cinzia switched careers, got her qualification as Mat Pilates teacher and decided to share her passion for movement.

As an instructor, her purpose is to help people from all walks of life to feel better, achieve better posture, relieve pain, move more efficiently – and most importantly feel confident and aware of their own body. She believes that a strong, healthy body is necessary for longevity and happiness.

When she is not teaching you will find her practicing Pilates, Yoga and Pole fitness. She is also a massive fan of art, street art, dance and nature and she tries to spend most of her spare time in parks and holidays by the sea.

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Thu 06 May9:00amOpen Reformer SessionCinzia Prenza
Cinzia is a Pilates instructor with a huge passion for exercise and fitness. Her determination, enthusiasm and motivating approach come from her experience as a former professional dancer.

She has been working with movement since she was five years old, at first with rhythmic gymnastics, followed by ballroom/latin dance and ballet.

Afterwards she spent much of her career working in retail as a store manager and visual merchandiser. Having London for work five years ago, Cinzia was looking for something to keep her active. She turned her attention to Pilates – her experiences as a dancer having already convinced her of the benefits – knowing about the benefits. The more she learned about the method, and the more she saw results from her own practice, the more impressed she became.

It was then that Cinzia switched careers, got her qualification as Mat Pilates teacher and decided to share her passion for movement.

As an instructor, her purpose is to help people from all walks of life to feel better, achieve better posture, relieve pain, move more efficiently – and most importantly feel confident and aware of their own body. She believes that a strong, healthy body is necessary for longevity and happiness.

When she is not teaching you will find her practicing Pilates, Yoga and Pole fitness. She is also a massive fan of art, street art, dance and nature and she tries to spend most of her spare time in parks and holidays by the sea.

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Thu 06 May10:00amOpen Reformer SessionCinzia Prenza
Cinzia is a Pilates instructor with a huge passion for exercise and fitness. Her determination, enthusiasm and motivating approach come from her experience as a former professional dancer.

She has been working with movement since she was five years old, at first with rhythmic gymnastics, followed by ballroom/latin dance and ballet.

Afterwards she spent much of her career working in retail as a store manager and visual merchandiser. Having London for work five years ago, Cinzia was looking for something to keep her active. She turned her attention to Pilates – her experiences as a dancer having already convinced her of the benefits – knowing about the benefits. The more she learned about the method, and the more she saw results from her own practice, the more impressed she became.

It was then that Cinzia switched careers, got her qualification as Mat Pilates teacher and decided to share her passion for movement.

As an instructor, her purpose is to help people from all walks of life to feel better, achieve better posture, relieve pain, move more efficiently – and most importantly feel confident and aware of their own body. She believes that a strong, healthy body is necessary for longevity and happiness.

When she is not teaching you will find her practicing Pilates, Yoga and Pole fitness. She is also a massive fan of art, street art, dance and nature and she tries to spend most of her spare time in parks and holidays by the sea.

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Thu 06 May2:00pmOpen Reformer SessionJoao Lobo Pina
Starting his career in sports at an early age, João has always been passionate about sports.

João was a professional football player for many years, playing at the highest levels and representing his country. Determined to keep football as part of his life, he enrolled in a Sports Science degree and went on to follow his dream of working in sports and fitness, as a personal trainer and also as a football coach.

Dedicated to helping people achieve their health and fitness goals, João was drawn to Pilates though its focus on body posture, awareness and the establishing of effective, safe movement patterns. With a postgraduate certificate in rehabilitation and injury prevention, João’s motivation comes from his ability to guide his clients to help them reach their physical goals consciously and safely.

When not at Ten or working out, João loves to travel, hang out with friends or watch a good movie.

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Thu 06 May4:00pmOpen Reformer SessionJoao Lobo Pina
Starting his career in sports at an early age, João has always been passionate about sports.

João was a professional football player for many years, playing at the highest levels and representing his country. Determined to keep football as part of his life, he enrolled in a Sports Science degree and went on to follow his dream of working in sports and fitness, as a personal trainer and also as a football coach.

Dedicated to helping people achieve their health and fitness goals, João was drawn to Pilates though its focus on body posture, awareness and the establishing of effective, safe movement patterns. With a postgraduate certificate in rehabilitation and injury prevention, João’s motivation comes from his ability to guide his clients to help them reach their physical goals consciously and safely.

When not at Ten or working out, João loves to travel, hang out with friends or watch a good movie.

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Thu 06 May8:00amOpen Reformer SessionSarah Evans (Physio)
Registered with the Health and Care Professions Council.

Sarah is an experienced Sports Massage Therapist with a background in Physiotherapy and Sports Therapy.

She was introduced to the world of rehab and physical therapy through an internship in a Pilates studio in America. Inspired by the use of Pilates in the rehabilitation of injured athletes, she studied Sports and Exercise Therapy at Leeds Beckett University.

She graduated with a First Class Honours degree and was awarded for Outstanding Academic Achievement. During her time in Leeds, she also qualified as a Sports Massage Therapist (ITEC level 3). In 2014, she completed her Masters Degree in Physiotherapy with Merit at King’s College London.

In addition to treating everyday aches and pains for clients from all walks of life, Sarah has gained valuable experience treating a variety of athletes from recreational to elite levels. She has worked across an impressive array of sports including rugby, basketball, volleyball, athletics, gymnastics, football, swimming, long distance running, tennis, and cycling – to list just a few.

She also has a keen interested in clinical Pilates; she has completed a Mat work level 1 workshop and enjoys doing Pilates in her free time.

The approach that Sarah takes is based on combining her knowledge and experiences in Sports Massage, Physiotherapy and Sports Therapy. She adapts her treatments depending on the individual, combining massage, joint mobilisations, stretching and self-management advice.

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Thu 06 May10:00amOpen Reformer SessionSarah Evans (Physio)
Registered with the Health and Care Professions Council.

Sarah is an experienced Sports Massage Therapist with a background in Physiotherapy and Sports Therapy.

She was introduced to the world of rehab and physical therapy through an internship in a Pilates studio in America. Inspired by the use of Pilates in the rehabilitation of injured athletes, she studied Sports and Exercise Therapy at Leeds Beckett University.

She graduated with a First Class Honours degree and was awarded for Outstanding Academic Achievement. During her time in Leeds, she also qualified as a Sports Massage Therapist (ITEC level 3). In 2014, she completed her Masters Degree in Physiotherapy with Merit at King’s College London.

In addition to treating everyday aches and pains for clients from all walks of life, Sarah has gained valuable experience treating a variety of athletes from recreational to elite levels. She has worked across an impressive array of sports including rugby, basketball, volleyball, athletics, gymnastics, football, swimming, long distance running, tennis, and cycling – to list just a few.

She also has a keen interested in clinical Pilates; she has completed a Mat work level 1 workshop and enjoys doing Pilates in her free time.

The approach that Sarah takes is based on combining her knowledge and experiences in Sports Massage, Physiotherapy and Sports Therapy. She adapts her treatments depending on the individual, combining massage, joint mobilisations, stretching and self-management advice.

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Thu 06 May8:15amOpen Reformer SessionDarren Manly
Darren’s experience in the health and fitness industry spans the past 20 years across a number of roles, from Personal Trainer and Studio Instructor to General Manager. But whatever his role his focus has always been the same: to deliver the best possible experience for his clients, time and time again.

While stability and control form the programming base for his training style – in order to load a joint effectively and avoid the risk of injury, that joint needs to be strong and stable – Darren’s personal satisfaction and reward comes from his ability to understand his clients’ motivations for their desired outcome, and then to support them effectively on their journey to achieve it.

He is a firm believer in leading an active lifestyle, not only for the benefits on our own physical, psychological and emotional wellbeing, but also the positive influence it can have on those around us.

Outside the studio, Darren continues to practice what he preaches. Sporting Performance and Coaching remain close to Darren’s heart, particularly within rugby. Over the years, he has coached both teams and individual clients, with ages ranging from 8 to 80.

You’ll still find Darren playing and coaching rugby for his local team, and during the winter months, he’ll be looking for the first opportunity to grab his snowboard and get down a mountain.

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Thu 06 May1:15pmOpen Reformer SessionDarren Manly
Darren’s experience in the health and fitness industry spans the past 20 years across a number of roles, from Personal Trainer and Studio Instructor to General Manager. But whatever his role his focus has always been the same: to deliver the best possible experience for his clients, time and time again.

While stability and control form the programming base for his training style – in order to load a joint effectively and avoid the risk of injury, that joint needs to be strong and stable – Darren’s personal satisfaction and reward comes from his ability to understand his clients’ motivations for their desired outcome, and then to support them effectively on their journey to achieve it.

He is a firm believer in leading an active lifestyle, not only for the benefits on our own physical, psychological and emotional wellbeing, but also the positive influence it can have on those around us.

Outside the studio, Darren continues to practice what he preaches. Sporting Performance and Coaching remain close to Darren’s heart, particularly within rugby. Over the years, he has coached both teams and individual clients, with ages ranging from 8 to 80.

You’ll still find Darren playing and coaching rugby for his local team, and during the winter months, he’ll be looking for the first opportunity to grab his snowboard and get down a mountain.

Ten - CityBook Now1620303300
Thu 06 May12:00pmOpen Reformer SessionBrett Starkowitz
Brett has been in the fitness industry for nearly 20 years, discovering Pilates back in 2005 when looking for an exercise method that would enhance his other training techniques. He soon qualified in classical and contemporary Pilates and began teaching both in a 1-1 and group training environment.

Brett has seen many successes in his years of teaching, especially in the fields of sports specific conditioning, occupational wellness, stress management and injury care and prevention. He is a great proponent of cross training and maintains that by adding Pilates to an exercise regime, you will see a dramatic improvement across the board. As a participant in Brett’s class, you know you’re in experienced and caring hands.

In addition to teaching, Brett is experienced in delivering education and continued learning to new trainers and those wishing to develop their knowledge. He has presented at several fitness conferences and regularly runs attended workshops. Always looking to further his own knowledge, Brett took a sabbatical for postgraduate study at Henley Business School.

When he is not studying, you’re more than likely to find Brett in the gym or walking his beloved Havanese, Alaska.

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Thu 06 May1:00pmOpen Reformer SessionBrett Starkowitz
Brett has been in the fitness industry for nearly 20 years, discovering Pilates back in 2005 when looking for an exercise method that would enhance his other training techniques. He soon qualified in classical and contemporary Pilates and began teaching both in a 1-1 and group training environment.

Brett has seen many successes in his years of teaching, especially in the fields of sports specific conditioning, occupational wellness, stress management and injury care and prevention. He is a great proponent of cross training and maintains that by adding Pilates to an exercise regime, you will see a dramatic improvement across the board. As a participant in Brett’s class, you know you’re in experienced and caring hands.

In addition to teaching, Brett is experienced in delivering education and continued learning to new trainers and those wishing to develop their knowledge. He has presented at several fitness conferences and regularly runs attended workshops. Always looking to further his own knowledge, Brett took a sabbatical for postgraduate study at Henley Business School.

When he is not studying, you’re more than likely to find Brett in the gym or walking his beloved Havanese, Alaska.

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Thu 06 May2:00pmOpen Reformer SessionBrett Starkowitz
Brett has been in the fitness industry for nearly 20 years, discovering Pilates back in 2005 when looking for an exercise method that would enhance his other training techniques. He soon qualified in classical and contemporary Pilates and began teaching both in a 1-1 and group training environment.

Brett has seen many successes in his years of teaching, especially in the fields of sports specific conditioning, occupational wellness, stress management and injury care and prevention. He is a great proponent of cross training and maintains that by adding Pilates to an exercise regime, you will see a dramatic improvement across the board. As a participant in Brett’s class, you know you’re in experienced and caring hands.

In addition to teaching, Brett is experienced in delivering education and continued learning to new trainers and those wishing to develop their knowledge. He has presented at several fitness conferences and regularly runs attended workshops. Always looking to further his own knowledge, Brett took a sabbatical for postgraduate study at Henley Business School.

When he is not studying, you’re more than likely to find Brett in the gym or walking his beloved Havanese, Alaska.

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Thu 06 May3:00pmOpen Reformer SessionJoao Lobo Pina
Starting his career in sports at an early age, João has always been passionate about sports.

João was a professional football player for many years, playing at the highest levels and representing his country. Determined to keep football as part of his life, he enrolled in a Sports Science degree and went on to follow his dream of working in sports and fitness, as a personal trainer and also as a football coach.

Dedicated to helping people achieve their health and fitness goals, João was drawn to Pilates though its focus on body posture, awareness and the establishing of effective, safe movement patterns. With a postgraduate certificate in rehabilitation and injury prevention, João’s motivation comes from his ability to guide his clients to help them reach their physical goals consciously and safely.

When not at Ten or working out, João loves to travel, hang out with friends or watch a good movie.

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Fri 07 May9:00amOpen Reformer SessionJennifer 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 07 May11:00amOpen Reformer SessionJennifer 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 07 May12:00pmOpen Reformer SessionEleftheria Anastasiadou
Born in Thessaloniki, Greece, Eleftheria started ballet when she was 3 and since hasn’t stopped since.

Since then, her limitless passion for dance has led her to explore more styles including hip-hop, commercial, experimental, contemporary, and to train in aerial hoop, silks and rope. It also inspired her to travel around the world to take professional workshops with famous choreographers such as Hofesch Schetcher, Wayne McGrecor, Chazz Buzzan, Zoi Tatopoulos, and to work in some great theatrical performances, art exhibitions and dance projects.

Eleftheria’s journey to fitness started when she decided to study Sports Science and develop her knowledge of the human body and sports performance. In the last year of her studies, she was awarded a full scholarship in one of the best region’s fitness academies, working next and learning from some of the to leading fitness personalities in Greece.

After 2 years teaching in top health & fitness clubs and dance schools, Eleftheria came to London to do a masters in Dance Science in Trinity Laban.

Eleftheria believes that with the correct mindset, and positive people and influences around you, anything is possible – physically and in life generally.

She is currently undertaking the Comprehensive Pilates teaching diploma from Balance Body along with UKSCA’s the strength and conditioning coaching qualification.

At the same time, she takes dance classes around London keeps her training up to date with all the UK leading choreographers. Any time she is not teaching you will find her trying new body shapes and dance movements in the mirrors.

At Ten, you will find Eleftheria teaching Dynamic Pilates reformer, TenHiiT, TenYoga, TenBarre and TenRX classes.

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Fri 07 May2:00pmOpen Reformer SessionEleftheria Anastasiadou
Born in Thessaloniki, Greece, Eleftheria started ballet when she was 3 and since hasn’t stopped since.

Since then, her limitless passion for dance has led her to explore more styles including hip-hop, commercial, experimental, contemporary, and to train in aerial hoop, silks and rope. It also inspired her to travel around the world to take professional workshops with famous choreographers such as Hofesch Schetcher, Wayne McGrecor, Chazz Buzzan, Zoi Tatopoulos, and to work in some great theatrical performances, art exhibitions and dance projects.

Eleftheria’s journey to fitness started when she decided to study Sports Science and develop her knowledge of the human body and sports performance. In the last year of her studies, she was awarded a full scholarship in one of the best region’s fitness academies, working next and learning from some of the to leading fitness personalities in Greece.

After 2 years teaching in top health & fitness clubs and dance schools, Eleftheria came to London to do a masters in Dance Science in Trinity Laban.

Eleftheria believes that with the correct mindset, and positive people and influences around you, anything is possible – physically and in life generally.

She is currently undertaking the Comprehensive Pilates teaching diploma from Balance Body along with UKSCA’s the strength and conditioning coaching qualification.

At the same time, she takes dance classes around London keeps her training up to date with all the UK leading choreographers. Any time she is not teaching you will find her trying new body shapes and dance movements in the mirrors.

At Ten, you will find Eleftheria teaching Dynamic Pilates reformer, TenHiiT, TenYoga, TenBarre and TenRX classes.

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Fri 07 May12:00pmOpen Reformer SessionTommy Marshall
Tommy has been physically active for as long as he can remember, playing recreational to semi-professional football over the years before a back condition stopped him in his tracks.

Combining a lifelong enthusiasm for movement and activity with his love of science, Tommy took his first career step by graduating from the University of Bath with an MSci Sports and Exercise Science degree.

A postgraduate season with the first team of Bristol City Football Club gave Tommy the opportunity to lead both gym and pitch based prehab/rehab sessions as well as taking the players through their strength and conditioning programs on a one to one and group basis.

It was also this experience – good as it was – that motivated him to move away from professional football and follow a deeper passion that had developed for helping people achieve their goals through exercise. Especially when underpinned by science and research.

Tommy is a firm believer that exercise is medicine. He loves helping people meet their goals no matter how big or small – meeting any goal is a step in the right direction. He is driven and enthusiastic to help empower you to reach your full potential.

In his spare time Tommy can be found in the gym, at the London Stadium watching his beloved West Ham United (which usually ends in disappointment) or exploring a new part of the world.

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Fri 07 May2:00pmOpen Reformer SessionTommy Marshall
Tommy has been physically active for as long as he can remember, playing recreational to semi-professional football over the years before a back condition stopped him in his tracks.

Combining a lifelong enthusiasm for movement and activity with his love of science, Tommy took his first career step by graduating from the University of Bath with an MSci Sports and Exercise Science degree.

A postgraduate season with the first team of Bristol City Football Club gave Tommy the opportunity to lead both gym and pitch based prehab/rehab sessions as well as taking the players through their strength and conditioning programs on a one to one and group basis.

It was also this experience – good as it was – that motivated him to move away from professional football and follow a deeper passion that had developed for helping people achieve their goals through exercise. Especially when underpinned by science and research.

Tommy is a firm believer that exercise is medicine. He loves helping people meet their goals no matter how big or small – meeting any goal is a step in the right direction. He is driven and enthusiastic to help empower you to reach your full potential.

In his spare time Tommy can be found in the gym, at the London Stadium watching his beloved West Ham United (which usually ends in disappointment) or exploring a new part of the world.

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Sun 09 May1:00pmOpen Reformer SessionRafael Cunha
Born and raised in Brazil, Rafael has always had a keen interest in sport and exercise, enjoying everything from football to handball, volleyball to basketball, running to capoeira and swimming to surfing.
 
 
His passion for exercise and for understanding the positive effect movement has on the human body led him to complete an undergraduate degree in Physical Education in 2008, followed by a postgraduate degree in Physiology of Exercise in 2015.

 

After graduating, Rafael began his career working as a personal trainer for both adults and children. Throughout his career he has also been involved in coaching and teaching a range of sports, leading capoeira groups, running social projects, organising boot camps and sports championships, and he even founded his own running group.

 

Believing that the human body truly is made to move, Rafael credits the skeletal system as the thing that allows us to live our lives to the maximum.

 

It’s this interest in musculoskeletal health that led him to train both as a Pilates instructor and study Tui Na massage, further improving his knowledge and understanding of human anatomy and in turn helping him to address muscular imbalances.

 

Having previously worked with people who faced hernias, disc protrusion, sciatic nerve issues, back pain and postural imbalances, Rafael enjoys helping people improve their quality of movement, overall fitness and general health.

 

This experience also taught him the importance of looking after our bodies, so that we can continue to live healthy and active lives without aches and pains.

 

Rafael takes a tailored approach to each client, understanding their needs, respecting their limitations and observing existing imbalances in the musculoskeletal system, which enables him to develop individual plans to help his clients achieve their goals. Whether that is to reduce pain and discomfort or increase tone, his programmes are developed to help clients strengthen the right muscles and restore balance.

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Sun 09 May2:00pmOpen Reformer SessionRafael Cunha
Born and raised in Brazil, Rafael has always had a keen interest in sport and exercise, enjoying everything from football to handball, volleyball to basketball, running to capoeira and swimming to surfing.
 
 
His passion for exercise and for understanding the positive effect movement has on the human body led him to complete an undergraduate degree in Physical Education in 2008, followed by a postgraduate degree in Physiology of Exercise in 2015.

 

After graduating, Rafael began his career working as a personal trainer for both adults and children. Throughout his career he has also been involved in coaching and teaching a range of sports, leading capoeira groups, running social projects, organising boot camps and sports championships, and he even founded his own running group.

 

Believing that the human body truly is made to move, Rafael credits the skeletal system as the thing that allows us to live our lives to the maximum.

 

It’s this interest in musculoskeletal health that led him to train both as a Pilates instructor and study Tui Na massage, further improving his knowledge and understanding of human anatomy and in turn helping him to address muscular imbalances.

 

Having previously worked with people who faced hernias, disc protrusion, sciatic nerve issues, back pain and postural imbalances, Rafael enjoys helping people improve their quality of movement, overall fitness and general health.

 

This experience also taught him the importance of looking after our bodies, so that we can continue to live healthy and active lives without aches and pains.

 

Rafael takes a tailored approach to each client, understanding their needs, respecting their limitations and observing existing imbalances in the musculoskeletal system, which enables him to develop individual plans to help his clients achieve their goals. Whether that is to reduce pain and discomfort or increase tone, his programmes are developed to help clients strengthen the right muscles and restore balance.

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Sun 09 May9:00amOpen Reformer SessionGeorgia Heaven
Georgia graduated with a Sport and Exercise degree from Loughborough University. Her degree gave her valuable scientific-based knowledge on the latest clinical and exercise research.

You can expect your sessions with Georgia to be scientifically researched and tailored to your needs and goals – endorsing the approach that exercise is medicine. Georgia takes a behavioral approach to her clients’ journey with Ten, creating progressive and individualised exercise programs to help support long-lasting lifestyle change.

Georgia's expertise and infectious energy make her a great and motivator. You’ll come away from your sessions with her not only moving better and with more confidence, but also armed with the information and insights necessary to support you on the changes you’ve set out to make.

Outside Ten, Georgia is a passionate and dedicated Kickboxer. She credits her keen interest in human anatomy and nutrition as key factors in helping her become UK National Lightweight Intermediate Champion in 2019 and gain her Black Belt. When she’s not in the Studio, Georgia can be found kicking a punch bag honing her skills and training for her next competition.

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Sun 09 May10:00amOpen Reformer SessionGeorgia Heaven
Georgia graduated with a Sport and Exercise degree from Loughborough University. Her degree gave her valuable scientific-based knowledge on the latest clinical and exercise research.

You can expect your sessions with Georgia to be scientifically researched and tailored to your needs and goals – endorsing the approach that exercise is medicine. Georgia takes a behavioral approach to her clients’ journey with Ten, creating progressive and individualised exercise programs to help support long-lasting lifestyle change.

Georgia's expertise and infectious energy make her a great and motivator. You’ll come away from your sessions with her not only moving better and with more confidence, but also armed with the information and insights necessary to support you on the changes you’ve set out to make.

Outside Ten, Georgia is a passionate and dedicated Kickboxer. She credits her keen interest in human anatomy and nutrition as key factors in helping her become UK National Lightweight Intermediate Champion in 2019 and gain her Black Belt. When she’s not in the Studio, Georgia can be found kicking a punch bag honing her skills and training for her next competition.

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Sun 09 May2:00pmOpen Reformer SessionGeorgia Heaven
Georgia graduated with a Sport and Exercise degree from Loughborough University. Her degree gave her valuable scientific-based knowledge on the latest clinical and exercise research.

You can expect your sessions with Georgia to be scientifically researched and tailored to your needs and goals – endorsing the approach that exercise is medicine. Georgia takes a behavioral approach to her clients’ journey with Ten, creating progressive and individualised exercise programs to help support long-lasting lifestyle change.

Georgia's expertise and infectious energy make her a great and motivator. You’ll come away from your sessions with her not only moving better and with more confidence, but also armed with the information and insights necessary to support you on the changes you’ve set out to make.

Outside Ten, Georgia is a passionate and dedicated Kickboxer. She credits her keen interest in human anatomy and nutrition as key factors in helping her become UK National Lightweight Intermediate Champion in 2019 and gain her Black Belt. When she’s not in the Studio, Georgia can be found kicking a punch bag honing her skills and training for her next competition.

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Sun 09 May11:00amOpen Reformer SessionSantiago Gallego
Santiago (or Santi as he likes to be called) comes to Ten with a wealth of experience and expertise, having completed a PGdip in Brazil and a Master’s in Exercise Physiology at St Mary’s, London, where he developed specialisms in cardiovascular rehabilitation and postural correction.

As an exercise physiologist, Santi is passionate about ensuring he keeps himself as up to date as possible on new scientific evidence and research to continue expanding his knowledge.

Santi will take time to create a bespoke exercise prescription plan to ensure the client’s needs always comes first whilst understanding the journey needed to reach health and fitness goals.

For Santi, there is nothing more rewarding than working with a client and helping them to improve their quality of life. Open and approachable, in both classes and 1-1 sessions his calm approach is balanced with his natural ability to engage and motivate his clients.

Since childhood, Santi has loved spending free time in the great outdoors, and when he’s not working you’ll find him hiking, kayaking or traveling with his camera taking snaps all over the world.

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Sun 09 May2:00pmOpen Reformer SessionSantiago Gallego
Santiago (or Santi as he likes to be called) comes to Ten with a wealth of experience and expertise, having completed a PGdip in Brazil and a Master’s in Exercise Physiology at St Mary’s, London, where he developed specialisms in cardiovascular rehabilitation and postural correction.

As an exercise physiologist, Santi is passionate about ensuring he keeps himself as up to date as possible on new scientific evidence and research to continue expanding his knowledge.

Santi will take time to create a bespoke exercise prescription plan to ensure the client’s needs always comes first whilst understanding the journey needed to reach health and fitness goals.

For Santi, there is nothing more rewarding than working with a client and helping them to improve their quality of life. Open and approachable, in both classes and 1-1 sessions his calm approach is balanced with his natural ability to engage and motivate his clients.

Since childhood, Santi has loved spending free time in the great outdoors, and when he’s not working you’ll find him hiking, kayaking or traveling with his camera taking snaps all over the world.

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Sun 09 May9:00amOpen Reformer SessionJody Ashmore
Now an instructor herself, Jody has been personally practising both Matwork and Reformer Pilates for over 10 years. Whilst working in the live music industry, she found that the physical and mental benefits that a daily Matwork Pilates practice gave her were essential for relieving the stresses of such a demanding job. She then discovered Dynamic Reformer classes at Ten Notting Hill and hasn’t looked back since – she even attended the PreNatal classes while pregnant with her son and got back into the studio afterwards to regain her strength.

Jody’s journey to becoming a Pilates instructor began when she suffered a neck injury. Having been advised by her Physiotherapist to start practising Pilates to support her rehabilitation, she learned first-hand just how effective it can be and was inspired to pursue a Level 3 Matwork qualification.

Having achieved this, she also went on to complete her Small Equipment, Osteo Pilates and Pre and Postnatal Matwork certificates, before completing her Dynamic Reformer certificate.

Jody loves nothing more than helping her clients achieve their goals through Pilates – whether that’s to get the physique they desire or to return to a pain-free life – and seeing them gain strength physically and mentally through practice, just as she did.

When she’s not in the studio or stretching at home, Jody loves swimming, being in the great outdoors, watching movies and, most importantly, spending time with her family.

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Sun 09 May10:00amOpen Reformer SessionJody Ashmore
Now an instructor herself, Jody has been personally practising both Matwork and Reformer Pilates for over 10 years. Whilst working in the live music industry, she found that the physical and mental benefits that a daily Matwork Pilates practice gave her were essential for relieving the stresses of such a demanding job. She then discovered Dynamic Reformer classes at Ten Notting Hill and hasn’t looked back since – she even attended the PreNatal classes while pregnant with her son and got back into the studio afterwards to regain her strength.

Jody’s journey to becoming a Pilates instructor began when she suffered a neck injury. Having been advised by her Physiotherapist to start practising Pilates to support her rehabilitation, she learned first-hand just how effective it can be and was inspired to pursue a Level 3 Matwork qualification.

Having achieved this, she also went on to complete her Small Equipment, Osteo Pilates and Pre and Postnatal Matwork certificates, before completing her Dynamic Reformer certificate.

Jody loves nothing more than helping her clients achieve their goals through Pilates – whether that’s to get the physique they desire or to return to a pain-free life – and seeing them gain strength physically and mentally through practice, just as she did.

When she’s not in the studio or stretching at home, Jody loves swimming, being in the great outdoors, watching movies and, most importantly, spending time with her family.

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Sun 09 May11:00amOpen Reformer SessionJody Ashmore
Now an instructor herself, Jody has been personally practising both Matwork and Reformer Pilates for over 10 years. Whilst working in the live music industry, she found that the physical and mental benefits that a daily Matwork Pilates practice gave her were essential for relieving the stresses of such a demanding job. She then discovered Dynamic Reformer classes at Ten Notting Hill and hasn’t looked back since – she even attended the PreNatal classes while pregnant with her son and got back into the studio afterwards to regain her strength.

Jody’s journey to becoming a Pilates instructor began when she suffered a neck injury. Having been advised by her Physiotherapist to start practising Pilates to support her rehabilitation, she learned first-hand just how effective it can be and was inspired to pursue a Level 3 Matwork qualification.

Having achieved this, she also went on to complete her Small Equipment, Osteo Pilates and Pre and Postnatal Matwork certificates, before completing her Dynamic Reformer certificate.

Jody loves nothing more than helping her clients achieve their goals through Pilates – whether that’s to get the physique they desire or to return to a pain-free life – and seeing them gain strength physically and mentally through practice, just as she did.

When she’s not in the studio or stretching at home, Jody loves swimming, being in the great outdoors, watching movies and, most importantly, spending time with her family.

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Mon 10 May7:00amOpen Reformer SessionRafael Cunha
Born and raised in Brazil, Rafael has always had a keen interest in sport and exercise, enjoying everything from football to handball, volleyball to basketball, running to capoeira and swimming to surfing.
 
 
His passion for exercise and for understanding the positive effect movement has on the human body led him to complete an undergraduate degree in Physical Education in 2008, followed by a postgraduate degree in Physiology of Exercise in 2015.

 

After graduating, Rafael began his career working as a personal trainer for both adults and children. Throughout his career he has also been involved in coaching and teaching a range of sports, leading capoeira groups, running social projects, organising boot camps and sports championships, and he even founded his own running group.

 

Believing that the human body truly is made to move, Rafael credits the skeletal system as the thing that allows us to live our lives to the maximum.

 

It’s this interest in musculoskeletal health that led him to train both as a Pilates instructor and study Tui Na massage, further improving his knowledge and understanding of human anatomy and in turn helping him to address muscular imbalances.

 

Having previously worked with people who faced hernias, disc protrusion, sciatic nerve issues, back pain and postural imbalances, Rafael enjoys helping people improve their quality of movement, overall fitness and general health.

 

This experience also taught him the importance of looking after our bodies, so that we can continue to live healthy and active lives without aches and pains.

 

Rafael takes a tailored approach to each client, understanding their needs, respecting their limitations and observing existing imbalances in the musculoskeletal system, which enables him to develop individual plans to help his clients achieve their goals. Whether that is to reduce pain and discomfort or increase tone, his programmes are developed to help clients strengthen the right muscles and restore balance.

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Mon 10 May9:00amOpen Reformer SessionRafael Cunha
Born and raised in Brazil, Rafael has always had a keen interest in sport and exercise, enjoying everything from football to handball, volleyball to basketball, running to capoeira and swimming to surfing.
 
 
His passion for exercise and for understanding the positive effect movement has on the human body led him to complete an undergraduate degree in Physical Education in 2008, followed by a postgraduate degree in Physiology of Exercise in 2015.

 

After graduating, Rafael began his career working as a personal trainer for both adults and children. Throughout his career he has also been involved in coaching and teaching a range of sports, leading capoeira groups, running social projects, organising boot camps and sports championships, and he even founded his own running group.

 

Believing that the human body truly is made to move, Rafael credits the skeletal system as the thing that allows us to live our lives to the maximum.

 

It’s this interest in musculoskeletal health that led him to train both as a Pilates instructor and study Tui Na massage, further improving his knowledge and understanding of human anatomy and in turn helping him to address muscular imbalances.

 

Having previously worked with people who faced hernias, disc protrusion, sciatic nerve issues, back pain and postural imbalances, Rafael enjoys helping people improve their quality of movement, overall fitness and general health.

 

This experience also taught him the importance of looking after our bodies, so that we can continue to live healthy and active lives without aches and pains.

 

Rafael takes a tailored approach to each client, understanding their needs, respecting their limitations and observing existing imbalances in the musculoskeletal system, which enables him to develop individual plans to help his clients achieve their goals. Whether that is to reduce pain and discomfort or increase tone, his programmes are developed to help clients strengthen the right muscles and restore balance.

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Mon 10 May11:00amOpen Reformer SessionRafael Cunha
Born and raised in Brazil, Rafael has always had a keen interest in sport and exercise, enjoying everything from football to handball, volleyball to basketball, running to capoeira and swimming to surfing.
 
 
His passion for exercise and for understanding the positive effect movement has on the human body led him to complete an undergraduate degree in Physical Education in 2008, followed by a postgraduate degree in Physiology of Exercise in 2015.

 

After graduating, Rafael began his career working as a personal trainer for both adults and children. Throughout his career he has also been involved in coaching and teaching a range of sports, leading capoeira groups, running social projects, organising boot camps and sports championships, and he even founded his own running group.

 

Believing that the human body truly is made to move, Rafael credits the skeletal system as the thing that allows us to live our lives to the maximum.

 

It’s this interest in musculoskeletal health that led him to train both as a Pilates instructor and study Tui Na massage, further improving his knowledge and understanding of human anatomy and in turn helping him to address muscular imbalances.

 

Having previously worked with people who faced hernias, disc protrusion, sciatic nerve issues, back pain and postural imbalances, Rafael enjoys helping people improve their quality of movement, overall fitness and general health.

 

This experience also taught him the importance of looking after our bodies, so that we can continue to live healthy and active lives without aches and pains.

 

Rafael takes a tailored approach to each client, understanding their needs, respecting their limitations and observing existing imbalances in the musculoskeletal system, which enables him to develop individual plans to help his clients achieve their goals. Whether that is to reduce pain and discomfort or increase tone, his programmes are developed to help clients strengthen the right muscles and restore balance.

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Mon 10 May12:00pmOpen Reformer SessionTommy Marshall
Tommy has been physically active for as long as he can remember, playing recreational to semi-professional football over the years before a back condition stopped him in his tracks.

Combining a lifelong enthusiasm for movement and activity with his love of science, Tommy took his first career step by graduating from the University of Bath with an MSci Sports and Exercise Science degree.

A postgraduate season with the first team of Bristol City Football Club gave Tommy the opportunity to lead both gym and pitch based prehab/rehab sessions as well as taking the players through their strength and conditioning programs on a one to one and group basis.

It was also this experience – good as it was – that motivated him to move away from professional football and follow a deeper passion that had developed for helping people achieve their goals through exercise. Especially when underpinned by science and research.

Tommy is a firm believer that exercise is medicine. He loves helping people meet their goals no matter how big or small – meeting any goal is a step in the right direction. He is driven and enthusiastic to help empower you to reach your full potential.

In his spare time Tommy can be found in the gym, at the London Stadium watching his beloved West Ham United (which usually ends in disappointment) or exploring a new part of the world.

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Mon 10 May2:00pmOpen Reformer SessionTommy Marshall
Tommy has been physically active for as long as he can remember, playing recreational to semi-professional football over the years before a back condition stopped him in his tracks.

Combining a lifelong enthusiasm for movement and activity with his love of science, Tommy took his first career step by graduating from the University of Bath with an MSci Sports and Exercise Science degree.

A postgraduate season with the first team of Bristol City Football Club gave Tommy the opportunity to lead both gym and pitch based prehab/rehab sessions as well as taking the players through their strength and conditioning programs on a one to one and group basis.

It was also this experience – good as it was – that motivated him to move away from professional football and follow a deeper passion that had developed for helping people achieve their goals through exercise. Especially when underpinned by science and research.

Tommy is a firm believer that exercise is medicine. He loves helping people meet their goals no matter how big or small – meeting any goal is a step in the right direction. He is driven and enthusiastic to help empower you to reach your full potential.

In his spare time Tommy can be found in the gym, at the London Stadium watching his beloved West Ham United (which usually ends in disappointment) or exploring a new part of the world.

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Mon 10 May9:15amOpen Reformer SessionDarren Manly
Darren’s experience in the health and fitness industry spans the past 20 years across a number of roles, from Personal Trainer and Studio Instructor to General Manager. But whatever his role his focus has always been the same: to deliver the best possible experience for his clients, time and time again.

While stability and control form the programming base for his training style – in order to load a joint effectively and avoid the risk of injury, that joint needs to be strong and stable – Darren’s personal satisfaction and reward comes from his ability to understand his clients’ motivations for their desired outcome, and then to support them effectively on their journey to achieve it.

He is a firm believer in leading an active lifestyle, not only for the benefits on our own physical, psychological and emotional wellbeing, but also the positive influence it can have on those around us.

Outside the studio, Darren continues to practice what he preaches. Sporting Performance and Coaching remain close to Darren’s heart, particularly within rugby. Over the years, he has coached both teams and individual clients, with ages ranging from 8 to 80.

You’ll still find Darren playing and coaching rugby for his local team, and during the winter months, he’ll be looking for the first opportunity to grab his snowboard and get down a mountain.

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Mon 10 May12:15pmOpen Reformer SessionDarren Manly
Darren’s experience in the health and fitness industry spans the past 20 years across a number of roles, from Personal Trainer and Studio Instructor to General Manager. But whatever his role his focus has always been the same: to deliver the best possible experience for his clients, time and time again.

While stability and control form the programming base for his training style – in order to load a joint effectively and avoid the risk of injury, that joint needs to be strong and stable – Darren’s personal satisfaction and reward comes from his ability to understand his clients’ motivations for their desired outcome, and then to support them effectively on their journey to achieve it.

He is a firm believer in leading an active lifestyle, not only for the benefits on our own physical, psychological and emotional wellbeing, but also the positive influence it can have on those around us.

Outside the studio, Darren continues to practice what he preaches. Sporting Performance and Coaching remain close to Darren’s heart, particularly within rugby. Over the years, he has coached both teams and individual clients, with ages ranging from 8 to 80.

You’ll still find Darren playing and coaching rugby for his local team, and during the winter months, he’ll be looking for the first opportunity to grab his snowboard and get down a mountain.

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Tue 11 May10:00amOpen Reformer SessionGreg Lyon-Lowe

One of the most experienced PT’s in London, Greg began his health and fitness career in the mid 90’s.

An early advocate and keen attendee of group exercise classes, Greg’s career began when he was encouraged to get out in front of the classes he enjoyed so much, and teach. He gained his first (and in his own words, relatively basic) Exercise to Music and YMCA gym qualifications in 1995 and joined the Livingwell Health Club in Millbank.

Over the intervening years, Greg continued to pursue his thirst for knowledge. A frequent attendee of Fitness Professional conventions, Greg has completed more courses, workshops and CPD’s than he can count.

For his first few years in the industry, Greg focused on classes, working as an in-demand instructor on the freelance circuit, teaching everything from Boxercise to Step, Reebok Deck and Spin – still a guilty pleasure for his own workouts.

Over the past decade Greg focused increasingly on PT. Working in the City, over the years he saw the same patterns of dysfunction in people working in desk based jobs. His philosophy – that exercise should make you, not break you – led him to work increasingly closely with other physical therapists, helping people return from injury, and giving them the skills and strategies that will help them achieve their gals whilst training safely, effectively and minimising the risks of future injury.

In 2016, he qualified as a Chek Practitioner and Holistic Lifestyle Coach, learning how to incorporate rest and recovery, nutrition, hydration, correct movement patterns, effective breathing and mental clarity into an overarching health and wellness approach that would support and enhance his clients’ fitness journeys.

Greg likes to think of training as a “physical pension”, the more you invest now, the greater the payback in your later years.

When he works with a client, establishing their goals is the first stage. Clear and concise framing of their intentions helps to maintain focus. These include short term (0-3 months), medium term (3-12 months) and long term goals (1 year onwards).

The second stage is to assess the body for any postural or muscular imbalances that could cause or contribute to injury.

The third is a lifestyle assessment, to identify and help his clients reduce and ultimately avoid the habits and behaviours that would hinder their success.

As Greg puts it “the magic takes place in the programming, exercise has to be prescribed in the same way as a doctor would medication”. The use of primal pattern movements ensure that effective essential movement is factored into the training sessions, while the empathy and insights Greg has gained over almost 25 years as a fitness professional helps him understand where a client is on any given day and enables him to fine-tune their sessions to help them stay motivated, energized and on track.

Outside the gym, Greg can be found up the mountains in North Wales and the Lake District, paddle boarding on the Norfolk Broads or on the sofa enjoying Netflix. He is also a petrolhead – on his honeymoon, he took his wife to the world famous Le Mans 24-hour race. (Luckily, she is also a fan.)

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Tue 11 May3:00pmOpen Reformer SessionGreg Lyon-Lowe

One of the most experienced PT’s in London, Greg began his health and fitness career in the mid 90’s.

An early advocate and keen attendee of group exercise classes, Greg’s career began when he was encouraged to get out in front of the classes he enjoyed so much, and teach. He gained his first (and in his own words, relatively basic) Exercise to Music and YMCA gym qualifications in 1995 and joined the Livingwell Health Club in Millbank.

Over the intervening years, Greg continued to pursue his thirst for knowledge. A frequent attendee of Fitness Professional conventions, Greg has completed more courses, workshops and CPD’s than he can count.

For his first few years in the industry, Greg focused on classes, working as an in-demand instructor on the freelance circuit, teaching everything from Boxercise to Step, Reebok Deck and Spin – still a guilty pleasure for his own workouts.

Over the past decade Greg focused increasingly on PT. Working in the City, over the years he saw the same patterns of dysfunction in people working in desk based jobs. His philosophy – that exercise should make you, not break you – led him to work increasingly closely with other physical therapists, helping people return from injury, and giving them the skills and strategies that will help them achieve their gals whilst training safely, effectively and minimising the risks of future injury.

In 2016, he qualified as a Chek Practitioner and Holistic Lifestyle Coach, learning how to incorporate rest and recovery, nutrition, hydration, correct movement patterns, effective breathing and mental clarity into an overarching health and wellness approach that would support and enhance his clients’ fitness journeys.

Greg likes to think of training as a “physical pension”, the more you invest now, the greater the payback in your later years.

When he works with a client, establishing their goals is the first stage. Clear and concise framing of their intentions helps to maintain focus. These include short term (0-3 months), medium term (3-12 months) and long term goals (1 year onwards).

The second stage is to assess the body for any postural or muscular imbalances that could cause or contribute to injury.

The third is a lifestyle assessment, to identify and help his clients reduce and ultimately avoid the habits and behaviours that would hinder their success.

As Greg puts it “the magic takes place in the programming, exercise has to be prescribed in the same way as a doctor would medication”. The use of primal pattern movements ensure that effective essential movement is factored into the training sessions, while the empathy and insights Greg has gained over almost 25 years as a fitness professional helps him understand where a client is on any given day and enables him to fine-tune their sessions to help them stay motivated, energized and on track.

Outside the gym, Greg can be found up the mountains in North Wales and the Lake District, paddle boarding on the Norfolk Broads or on the sofa enjoying Netflix. He is also a petrolhead – on his honeymoon, he took his wife to the world famous Le Mans 24-hour race. (Luckily, she is also a fan.)

Ten - St James'sBook Now1620741600
Tue 11 May8:00amOpen Reformer SessionCinzia Prenza
Cinzia is a Pilates instructor with a huge passion for exercise and fitness. Her determination, enthusiasm and motivating approach come from her experience as a former professional dancer.

She has been working with movement since she was five years old, at first with rhythmic gymnastics, followed by ballroom/latin dance and ballet.

Afterwards she spent much of her career working in retail as a store manager and visual merchandiser. Having London for work five years ago, Cinzia was looking for something to keep her active. She turned her attention to Pilates – her experiences as a dancer having already convinced her of the benefits – knowing about the benefits. The more she learned about the method, and the more she saw results from her own practice, the more impressed she became.

It was then that Cinzia switched careers, got her qualification as Mat Pilates teacher and decided to share her passion for movement.

As an instructor, her purpose is to help people from all walks of life to feel better, achieve better posture, relieve pain, move more efficiently – and most importantly feel confident and aware of their own body. She believes that a strong, healthy body is necessary for longevity and happiness.

When she is not teaching you will find her practicing Pilates, Yoga and Pole fitness. She is also a massive fan of art, street art, dance and nature and she tries to spend most of her spare time in parks and holidays by the sea.

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Tue 11 May9:00amOpen Reformer SessionCinzia Prenza
Cinzia is a Pilates instructor with a huge passion for exercise and fitness. Her determination, enthusiasm and motivating approach come from her experience as a former professional dancer.

She has been working with movement since she was five years old, at first with rhythmic gymnastics, followed by ballroom/latin dance and ballet.

Afterwards she spent much of her career working in retail as a store manager and visual merchandiser. Having London for work five years ago, Cinzia was looking for something to keep her active. She turned her attention to Pilates – her experiences as a dancer having already convinced her of the benefits – knowing about the benefits. The more she learned about the method, and the more she saw results from her own practice, the more impressed she became.

It was then that Cinzia switched careers, got her qualification as Mat Pilates teacher and decided to share her passion for movement.

As an instructor, her purpose is to help people from all walks of life to feel better, achieve better posture, relieve pain, move more efficiently – and most importantly feel confident and aware of their own body. She believes that a strong, healthy body is necessary for longevity and happiness.

When she is not teaching you will find her practicing Pilates, Yoga and Pole fitness. She is also a massive fan of art, street art, dance and nature and she tries to spend most of her spare time in parks and holidays by the sea.

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Tue 11 May10:00amOpen Reformer SessionCinzia Prenza
Cinzia is a Pilates instructor with a huge passion for exercise and fitness. Her determination, enthusiasm and motivating approach come from her experience as a former professional dancer.

She has been working with movement since she was five years old, at first with rhythmic gymnastics, followed by ballroom/latin dance and ballet.

Afterwards she spent much of her career working in retail as a store manager and visual merchandiser. Having London for work five years ago, Cinzia was looking for something to keep her active. She turned her attention to Pilates – her experiences as a dancer having already convinced her of the benefits – knowing about the benefits. The more she learned about the method, and the more she saw results from her own practice, the more impressed she became.

It was then that Cinzia switched careers, got her qualification as Mat Pilates teacher and decided to share her passion for movement.

As an instructor, her purpose is to help people from all walks of life to feel better, achieve better posture, relieve pain, move more efficiently – and most importantly feel confident and aware of their own body. She believes that a strong, healthy body is necessary for longevity and happiness.

When she is not teaching you will find her practicing Pilates, Yoga and Pole fitness. She is also a massive fan of art, street art, dance and nature and she tries to spend most of her spare time in parks and holidays by the sea.

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Tue 11 May3:00pmOpen Reformer SessionJoao Lobo Pina
Starting his career in sports at an early age, João has always been passionate about sports.

João was a professional football player for many years, playing at the highest levels and representing his country. Determined to keep football as part of his life, he enrolled in a Sports Science degree and went on to follow his dream of working in sports and fitness, as a personal trainer and also as a football coach.

Dedicated to helping people achieve their health and fitness goals, João was drawn to Pilates though its focus on body posture, awareness and the establishing of effective, safe movement patterns. With a postgraduate certificate in rehabilitation and injury prevention, João’s motivation comes from his ability to guide his clients to help them reach their physical goals consciously and safely.

When not at Ten or working out, João loves to travel, hang out with friends or watch a good movie.

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Tue 11 May4:00pmOpen Reformer SessionJoao Lobo Pina
Starting his career in sports at an early age, João has always been passionate about sports.

João was a professional football player for many years, playing at the highest levels and representing his country. Determined to keep football as part of his life, he enrolled in a Sports Science degree and went on to follow his dream of working in sports and fitness, as a personal trainer and also as a football coach.

Dedicated to helping people achieve their health and fitness goals, João was drawn to Pilates though its focus on body posture, awareness and the establishing of effective, safe movement patterns. With a postgraduate certificate in rehabilitation and injury prevention, João’s motivation comes from his ability to guide his clients to help them reach their physical goals consciously and safely.

When not at Ten or working out, João loves to travel, hang out with friends or watch a good movie.

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Tue 11 May8:00amOpen Reformer SessionSarah Evans (Physio)
Registered with the Health and Care Professions Council.

Sarah is an experienced Sports Massage Therapist with a background in Physiotherapy and Sports Therapy.

She was introduced to the world of rehab and physical therapy through an internship in a Pilates studio in America. Inspired by the use of Pilates in the rehabilitation of injured athletes, she studied Sports and Exercise Therapy at Leeds Beckett University.

She graduated with a First Class Honours degree and was awarded for Outstanding Academic Achievement. During her time in Leeds, she also qualified as a Sports Massage Therapist (ITEC level 3). In 2014, she completed her Masters Degree in Physiotherapy with Merit at King’s College London.

In addition to treating everyday aches and pains for clients from all walks of life, Sarah has gained valuable experience treating a variety of athletes from recreational to elite levels. She has worked across an impressive array of sports including rugby, basketball, volleyball, athletics, gymnastics, football, swimming, long distance running, tennis, and cycling – to list just a few.

She also has a keen interested in clinical Pilates; she has completed a Mat work level 1 workshop and enjoys doing Pilates in her free time.

The approach that Sarah takes is based on combining her knowledge and experiences in Sports Massage, Physiotherapy and Sports Therapy. She adapts her treatments depending on the individual, combining massage, joint mobilisations, stretching and self-management advice.

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Tue 11 May10:00amOpen Reformer SessionSarah Evans (Physio)
Registered with the Health and Care Professions Council.

Sarah is an experienced Sports Massage Therapist with a background in Physiotherapy and Sports Therapy.

She was introduced to the world of rehab and physical therapy through an internship in a Pilates studio in America. Inspired by the use of Pilates in the rehabilitation of injured athletes, she studied Sports and Exercise Therapy at Leeds Beckett University.

She graduated with a First Class Honours degree and was awarded for Outstanding Academic Achievement. During her time in Leeds, she also qualified as a Sports Massage Therapist (ITEC level 3). In 2014, she completed her Masters Degree in Physiotherapy with Merit at King’s College London.

In addition to treating everyday aches and pains for clients from all walks of life, Sarah has gained valuable experience treating a variety of athletes from recreational to elite levels. She has worked across an impressive array of sports including rugby, basketball, volleyball, athletics, gymnastics, football, swimming, long distance running, tennis, and cycling – to list just a few.

She also has a keen interested in clinical Pilates; she has completed a Mat work level 1 workshop and enjoys doing Pilates in her free time.

The approach that Sarah takes is based on combining her knowledge and experiences in Sports Massage, Physiotherapy and Sports Therapy. She adapts her treatments depending on the individual, combining massage, joint mobilisations, stretching and self-management advice.

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Tue 11 May12:00pmOpen Reformer SessionBrett Starkowitz
Brett has been in the fitness industry for nearly 20 years, discovering Pilates back in 2005 when looking for an exercise method that would enhance his other training techniques. He soon qualified in classical and contemporary Pilates and began teaching both in a 1-1 and group training environment.

Brett has seen many successes in his years of teaching, especially in the fields of sports specific conditioning, occupational wellness, stress management and injury care and prevention. He is a great proponent of cross training and maintains that by adding Pilates to an exercise regime, you will see a dramatic improvement across the board. As a participant in Brett’s class, you know you’re in experienced and caring hands.

In addition to teaching, Brett is experienced in delivering education and continued learning to new trainers and those wishing to develop their knowledge. He has presented at several fitness conferences and regularly runs attended workshops. Always looking to further his own knowledge, Brett took a sabbatical for postgraduate study at Henley Business School.

When he is not studying, you’re more than likely to find Brett in the gym or walking his beloved Havanese, Alaska.

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Wed 12 May7:00amOpen Reformer SessionEleftheria Anastasiadou
Born in Thessaloniki, Greece, Eleftheria started ballet when she was 3 and since hasn’t stopped since.

Since then, her limitless passion for dance has led her to explore more styles including hip-hop, commercial, experimental, contemporary, and to train in aerial hoop, silks and rope. It also inspired her to travel around the world to take professional workshops with famous choreographers such as Hofesch Schetcher, Wayne McGrecor, Chazz Buzzan, Zoi Tatopoulos, and to work in some great theatrical performances, art exhibitions and dance projects.

Eleftheria’s journey to fitness started when she decided to study Sports Science and develop her knowledge of the human body and sports performance. In the last year of her studies, she was awarded a full scholarship in one of the best region’s fitness academies, working next and learning from some of the to leading fitness personalities in Greece.

After 2 years teaching in top health & fitness clubs and dance schools, Eleftheria came to London to do a masters in Dance Science in Trinity Laban.

Eleftheria believes that with the correct mindset, and positive people and influences around you, anything is possible – physically and in life generally.

She is currently undertaking the Comprehensive Pilates teaching diploma from Balance Body along with UKSCA’s the strength and conditioning coaching qualification.

At the same time, she takes dance classes around London keeps her training up to date with all the UK leading choreographers. Any time she is not teaching you will find her trying new body shapes and dance movements in the mirrors.

At Ten, you will find Eleftheria teaching Dynamic Pilates reformer, TenHiiT, TenYoga, TenBarre and TenRX classes.

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Wed 12 May9:00amOpen Reformer SessionEleftheria Anastasiadou
Born in Thessaloniki, Greece, Eleftheria started ballet when she was 3 and since hasn’t stopped since.

Since then, her limitless passion for dance has led her to explore more styles including hip-hop, commercial, experimental, contemporary, and to train in aerial hoop, silks and rope. It also inspired her to travel around the world to take professional workshops with famous choreographers such as Hofesch Schetcher, Wayne McGrecor, Chazz Buzzan, Zoi Tatopoulos, and to work in some great theatrical performances, art exhibitions and dance projects.

Eleftheria’s journey to fitness started when she decided to study Sports Science and develop her knowledge of the human body and sports performance. In the last year of her studies, she was awarded a full scholarship in one of the best region’s fitness academies, working next and learning from some of the to leading fitness personalities in Greece.

After 2 years teaching in top health & fitness clubs and dance schools, Eleftheria came to London to do a masters in Dance Science in Trinity Laban.

Eleftheria believes that with the correct mindset, and positive people and influences around you, anything is possible – physically and in life generally.

She is currently undertaking the Comprehensive Pilates teaching diploma from Balance Body along with UKSCA’s the strength and conditioning coaching qualification.

At the same time, she takes dance classes around London keeps her training up to date with all the UK leading choreographers. Any time she is not teaching you will find her trying new body shapes and dance movements in the mirrors.

At Ten, you will find Eleftheria teaching Dynamic Pilates reformer, TenHiiT, TenYoga, TenBarre and TenRX classes.

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Wed 12 May8:15amOpen Reformer SessionDarren Manly
Darren’s experience in the health and fitness industry spans the past 20 years across a number of roles, from Personal Trainer and Studio Instructor to General Manager. But whatever his role his focus has always been the same: to deliver the best possible experience for his clients, time and time again.

While stability and control form the programming base for his training style – in order to load a joint effectively and avoid the risk of injury, that joint needs to be strong and stable – Darren’s personal satisfaction and reward comes from his ability to understand his clients’ motivations for their desired outcome, and then to support them effectively on their journey to achieve it.

He is a firm believer in leading an active lifestyle, not only for the benefits on our own physical, psychological and emotional wellbeing, but also the positive influence it can have on those around us.

Outside the studio, Darren continues to practice what he preaches. Sporting Performance and Coaching remain close to Darren’s heart, particularly within rugby. Over the years, he has coached both teams and individual clients, with ages ranging from 8 to 80.

You’ll still find Darren playing and coaching rugby for his local team, and during the winter months, he’ll be looking for the first opportunity to grab his snowboard and get down a mountain.

Ten - CityBook Now1620803700
Wed 12 May9:15amOpen Reformer SessionDarren Manly
Darren’s experience in the health and fitness industry spans the past 20 years across a number of roles, from Personal Trainer and Studio Instructor to General Manager. But whatever his role his focus has always been the same: to deliver the best possible experience for his clients, time and time again.

While stability and control form the programming base for his training style – in order to load a joint effectively and avoid the risk of injury, that joint needs to be strong and stable – Darren’s personal satisfaction and reward comes from his ability to understand his clients’ motivations for their desired outcome, and then to support them effectively on their journey to achieve it.

He is a firm believer in leading an active lifestyle, not only for the benefits on our own physical, psychological and emotional wellbeing, but also the positive influence it can have on those around us.

Outside the studio, Darren continues to practice what he preaches. Sporting Performance and Coaching remain close to Darren’s heart, particularly within rugby. Over the years, he has coached both teams and individual clients, with ages ranging from 8 to 80.

You’ll still find Darren playing and coaching rugby for his local team, and during the winter months, he’ll be looking for the first opportunity to grab his snowboard and get down a mountain.

Ten - CityBook Now1620807300
Wed 12 May12:15pmOpen Reformer SessionDarren Manly
Darren’s experience in the health and fitness industry spans the past 20 years across a number of roles, from Personal Trainer and Studio Instructor to General Manager. But whatever his role his focus has always been the same: to deliver the best possible experience for his clients, time and time again.

While stability and control form the programming base for his training style – in order to load a joint effectively and avoid the risk of injury, that joint needs to be strong and stable – Darren’s personal satisfaction and reward comes from his ability to understand his clients’ motivations for their desired outcome, and then to support them effectively on their journey to achieve it.

He is a firm believer in leading an active lifestyle, not only for the benefits on our own physical, psychological and emotional wellbeing, but also the positive influence it can have on those around us.

Outside the studio, Darren continues to practice what he preaches. Sporting Performance and Coaching remain close to Darren’s heart, particularly within rugby. Over the years, he has coached both teams and individual clients, with ages ranging from 8 to 80.

You’ll still find Darren playing and coaching rugby for his local team, and during the winter months, he’ll be looking for the first opportunity to grab his snowboard and get down a mountain.

Ten - CityBook Now1620818100
Wed 12 May5:00pmOpen Reformer SessionCinzia Prenza
Cinzia is a Pilates instructor with a huge passion for exercise and fitness. Her determination, enthusiasm and motivating approach come from her experience as a former professional dancer.

She has been working with movement since she was five years old, at first with rhythmic gymnastics, followed by ballroom/latin dance and ballet.

Afterwards she spent much of her career working in retail as a store manager and visual merchandiser. Having London for work five years ago, Cinzia was looking for something to keep her active. She turned her attention to Pilates – her experiences as a dancer having already convinced her of the benefits – knowing about the benefits. The more she learned about the method, and the more she saw results from her own practice, the more impressed she became.

It was then that Cinzia switched careers, got her qualification as Mat Pilates teacher and decided to share her passion for movement.

As an instructor, her purpose is to help people from all walks of life to feel better, achieve better posture, relieve pain, move more efficiently – and most importantly feel confident and aware of their own body. She believes that a strong, healthy body is necessary for longevity and happiness.

When she is not teaching you will find her practicing Pilates, Yoga and Pole fitness. She is also a massive fan of art, street art, dance and nature and she tries to spend most of her spare time in parks and holidays by the sea.

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Wed 12 May4:00pmOpen Reformer SessionCinzia Prenza
Cinzia is a Pilates instructor with a huge passion for exercise and fitness. Her determination, enthusiasm and motivating approach come from her experience as a former professional dancer.

She has been working with movement since she was five years old, at first with rhythmic gymnastics, followed by ballroom/latin dance and ballet.

Afterwards she spent much of her career working in retail as a store manager and visual merchandiser. Having London for work five years ago, Cinzia was looking for something to keep her active. She turned her attention to Pilates – her experiences as a dancer having already convinced her of the benefits – knowing about the benefits. The more she learned about the method, and the more she saw results from her own practice, the more impressed she became.

It was then that Cinzia switched careers, got her qualification as Mat Pilates teacher and decided to share her passion for movement.

As an instructor, her purpose is to help people from all walks of life to feel better, achieve better posture, relieve pain, move more efficiently – and most importantly feel confident and aware of their own body. She believes that a strong, healthy body is necessary for longevity and happiness.

When she is not teaching you will find her practicing Pilates, Yoga and Pole fitness. She is also a massive fan of art, street art, dance and nature and she tries to spend most of her spare time in parks and holidays by the sea.

Ten - FitzroviaBook Now1620831600
Wed 12 May6:00pmOpen Reformer SessionCinzia Prenza
Cinzia is a Pilates instructor with a huge passion for exercise and fitness. Her determination, enthusiasm and motivating approach come from her experience as a former professional dancer.

She has been working with movement since she was five years old, at first with rhythmic gymnastics, followed by ballroom/latin dance and ballet.

Afterwards she spent much of her career working in retail as a store manager and visual merchandiser. Having London for work five years ago, Cinzia was looking for something to keep her active. She turned her attention to Pilates – her experiences as a dancer having already convinced her of the benefits – knowing about the benefits. The more she learned about the method, and the more she saw results from her own practice, the more impressed she became.

It was then that Cinzia switched careers, got her qualification as Mat Pilates teacher and decided to share her passion for movement.

As an instructor, her purpose is to help people from all walks of life to feel better, achieve better posture, relieve pain, move more efficiently – and most importantly feel confident and aware of their own body. She believes that a strong, healthy body is necessary for longevity and happiness.

When she is not teaching you will find her practicing Pilates, Yoga and Pole fitness. She is also a massive fan of art, street art, dance and nature and she tries to spend most of her spare time in parks and holidays by the sea.

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Thu 13 May10:00amOpen Reformer SessionGreg Lyon-Lowe

One of the most experienced PT’s in London, Greg began his health and fitness career in the mid 90’s.

An early advocate and keen attendee of group exercise classes, Greg’s career began when he was encouraged to get out in front of the classes he enjoyed so much, and teach. He gained his first (and in his own words, relatively basic) Exercise to Music and YMCA gym qualifications in 1995 and joined the Livingwell Health Club in Millbank.

Over the intervening years, Greg continued to pursue his thirst for knowledge. A frequent attendee of Fitness Professional conventions, Greg has completed more courses, workshops and CPD’s than he can count.

For his first few years in the industry, Greg focused on classes, working as an in-demand instructor on the freelance circuit, teaching everything from Boxercise to Step, Reebok Deck and Spin – still a guilty pleasure for his own workouts.

Over the past decade Greg focused increasingly on PT. Working in the City, over the years he saw the same patterns of dysfunction in people working in desk based jobs. His philosophy – that exercise should make you, not break you – led him to work increasingly closely with other physical therapists, helping people return from injury, and giving them the skills and strategies that will help them achieve their gals whilst training safely, effectively and minimising the risks of future injury.

In 2016, he qualified as a Chek Practitioner and Holistic Lifestyle Coach, learning how to incorporate rest and recovery, nutrition, hydration, correct movement patterns, effective breathing and mental clarity into an overarching health and wellness approach that would support and enhance his clients’ fitness journeys.

Greg likes to think of training as a “physical pension”, the more you invest now, the greater the payback in your later years.

When he works with a client, establishing their goals is the first stage. Clear and concise framing of their intentions helps to maintain focus. These include short term (0-3 months), medium term (3-12 months) and long term goals (1 year onwards).

The second stage is to assess the body for any postural or muscular imbalances that could cause or contribute to injury.

The third is a lifestyle assessment, to identify and help his clients reduce and ultimately avoid the habits and behaviours that would hinder their success.

As Greg puts it “the magic takes place in the programming, exercise has to be prescribed in the same way as a doctor would medication”. The use of primal pattern movements ensure that effective essential movement is factored into the training sessions, while the empathy and insights Greg has gained over almost 25 years as a fitness professional helps him understand where a client is on any given day and enables him to fine-tune their sessions to help them stay motivated, energized and on track.

Outside the gym, Greg can be found up the mountains in North Wales and the Lake District, paddle boarding on the Norfolk Broads or on the sofa enjoying Netflix. He is also a petrolhead – on his honeymoon, he took his wife to the world famous Le Mans 24-hour race. (Luckily, she is also a fan.)

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Thu 13 May11:00amOpen Reformer SessionGreg Lyon-Lowe

One of the most experienced PT’s in London, Greg began his health and fitness career in the mid 90’s.

An early advocate and keen attendee of group exercise classes, Greg’s career began when he was encouraged to get out in front of the classes he enjoyed so much, and teach. He gained his first (and in his own words, relatively basic) Exercise to Music and YMCA gym qualifications in 1995 and joined the Livingwell Health Club in Millbank.

Over the intervening years, Greg continued to pursue his thirst for knowledge. A frequent attendee of Fitness Professional conventions, Greg has completed more courses, workshops and CPD’s than he can count.

For his first few years in the industry, Greg focused on classes, working as an in-demand instructor on the freelance circuit, teaching everything from Boxercise to Step, Reebok Deck and Spin – still a guilty pleasure for his own workouts.

Over the past decade Greg focused increasingly on PT. Working in the City, over the years he saw the same patterns of dysfunction in people working in desk based jobs. His philosophy – that exercise should make you, not break you – led him to work increasingly closely with other physical therapists, helping people return from injury, and giving them the skills and strategies that will help them achieve their gals whilst training safely, effectively and minimising the risks of future injury.

In 2016, he qualified as a Chek Practitioner and Holistic Lifestyle Coach, learning how to incorporate rest and recovery, nutrition, hydration, correct movement patterns, effective breathing and mental clarity into an overarching health and wellness approach that would support and enhance his clients’ fitness journeys.

Greg likes to think of training as a “physical pension”, the more you invest now, the greater the payback in your later years.

When he works with a client, establishing their goals is the first stage. Clear and concise framing of their intentions helps to maintain focus. These include short term (0-3 months), medium term (3-12 months) and long term goals (1 year onwards).

The second stage is to assess the body for any postural or muscular imbalances that could cause or contribute to injury.

The third is a lifestyle assessment, to identify and help his clients reduce and ultimately avoid the habits and behaviours that would hinder their success.

As Greg puts it “the magic takes place in the programming, exercise has to be prescribed in the same way as a doctor would medication”. The use of primal pattern movements ensure that effective essential movement is factored into the training sessions, while the empathy and insights Greg has gained over almost 25 years as a fitness professional helps him understand where a client is on any given day and enables him to fine-tune their sessions to help them stay motivated, energized and on track.

Outside the gym, Greg can be found up the mountains in North Wales and the Lake District, paddle boarding on the Norfolk Broads or on the sofa enjoying Netflix. He is also a petrolhead – on his honeymoon, he took his wife to the world famous Le Mans 24-hour race. (Luckily, she is also a fan.)

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Thu 13 May12:00pmOpen Reformer SessionGreg Lyon-Lowe

One of the most experienced PT’s in London, Greg began his health and fitness career in the mid 90’s.

An early advocate and keen attendee of group exercise classes, Greg’s career began when he was encouraged to get out in front of the classes he enjoyed so much, and teach. He gained his first (and in his own words, relatively basic) Exercise to Music and YMCA gym qualifications in 1995 and joined the Livingwell Health Club in Millbank.

Over the intervening years, Greg continued to pursue his thirst for knowledge. A frequent attendee of Fitness Professional conventions, Greg has completed more courses, workshops and CPD’s than he can count.

For his first few years in the industry, Greg focused on classes, working as an in-demand instructor on the freelance circuit, teaching everything from Boxercise to Step, Reebok Deck and Spin – still a guilty pleasure for his own workouts.

Over the past decade Greg focused increasingly on PT. Working in the City, over the years he saw the same patterns of dysfunction in people working in desk based jobs. His philosophy – that exercise should make you, not break you – led him to work increasingly closely with other physical therapists, helping people return from injury, and giving them the skills and strategies that will help them achieve their gals whilst training safely, effectively and minimising the risks of future injury.

In 2016, he qualified as a Chek Practitioner and Holistic Lifestyle Coach, learning how to incorporate rest and recovery, nutrition, hydration, correct movement patterns, effective breathing and mental clarity into an overarching health and wellness approach that would support and enhance his clients’ fitness journeys.

Greg likes to think of training as a “physical pension”, the more you invest now, the greater the payback in your later years.

When he works with a client, establishing their goals is the first stage. Clear and concise framing of their intentions helps to maintain focus. These include short term (0-3 months), medium term (3-12 months) and long term goals (1 year onwards).

The second stage is to assess the body for any postural or muscular imbalances that could cause or contribute to injury.

The third is a lifestyle assessment, to identify and help his clients reduce and ultimately avoid the habits and behaviours that would hinder their success.

As Greg puts it “the magic takes place in the programming, exercise has to be prescribed in the same way as a doctor would medication”. The use of primal pattern movements ensure that effective essential movement is factored into the training sessions, while the empathy and insights Greg has gained over almost 25 years as a fitness professional helps him understand where a client is on any given day and enables him to fine-tune their sessions to help them stay motivated, energized and on track.

Outside the gym, Greg can be found up the mountains in North Wales and the Lake District, paddle boarding on the Norfolk Broads or on the sofa enjoying Netflix. He is also a petrolhead – on his honeymoon, he took his wife to the world famous Le Mans 24-hour race. (Luckily, she is also a fan.)

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Thu 13 May8:00amOpen Reformer SessionCinzia Prenza
Cinzia is a Pilates instructor with a huge passion for exercise and fitness. Her determination, enthusiasm and motivating approach come from her experience as a former professional dancer.

She has been working with movement since she was five years old, at first with rhythmic gymnastics, followed by ballroom/latin dance and ballet.

Afterwards she spent much of her career working in retail as a store manager and visual merchandiser. Having London for work five years ago, Cinzia was looking for something to keep her active. She turned her attention to Pilates – her experiences as a dancer having already convinced her of the benefits – knowing about the benefits. The more she learned about the method, and the more she saw results from her own practice, the more impressed she became.

It was then that Cinzia switched careers, got her qualification as Mat Pilates teacher and decided to share her passion for movement.

As an instructor, her purpose is to help people from all walks of life to feel better, achieve better posture, relieve pain, move more efficiently – and most importantly feel confident and aware of their own body. She believes that a strong, healthy body is necessary for longevity and happiness.

When she is not teaching you will find her practicing Pilates, Yoga and Pole fitness. She is also a massive fan of art, street art, dance and nature and she tries to spend most of her spare time in parks and holidays by the sea.

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Thu 13 May9:00amOpen Reformer SessionCinzia Prenza
Cinzia is a Pilates instructor with a huge passion for exercise and fitness. Her determination, enthusiasm and motivating approach come from her experience as a former professional dancer.

She has been working with movement since she was five years old, at first with rhythmic gymnastics, followed by ballroom/latin dance and ballet.

Afterwards she spent much of her career working in retail as a store manager and visual merchandiser. Having London for work five years ago, Cinzia was looking for something to keep her active. She turned her attention to Pilates – her experiences as a dancer having already convinced her of the benefits – knowing about the benefits. The more she learned about the method, and the more she saw results from her own practice, the more impressed she became.

It was then that Cinzia switched careers, got her qualification as Mat Pilates teacher and decided to share her passion for movement.

As an instructor, her purpose is to help people from all walks of life to feel better, achieve better posture, relieve pain, move more efficiently – and most importantly feel confident and aware of their own body. She believes that a strong, healthy body is necessary for longevity and happiness.

When she is not teaching you will find her practicing Pilates, Yoga and Pole fitness. She is also a massive fan of art, street art, dance and nature and she tries to spend most of her spare time in parks and holidays by the sea.

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Thu 13 May10:00amOpen Reformer SessionCinzia Prenza
Cinzia is a Pilates instructor with a huge passion for exercise and fitness. Her determination, enthusiasm and motivating approach come from her experience as a former professional dancer.

She has been working with movement since she was five years old, at first with rhythmic gymnastics, followed by ballroom/latin dance and ballet.

Afterwards she spent much of her career working in retail as a store manager and visual merchandiser. Having London for work five years ago, Cinzia was looking for something to keep her active. She turned her attention to Pilates – her experiences as a dancer having already convinced her of the benefits – knowing about the benefits. The more she learned about the method, and the more she saw results from her own practice, the more impressed she became.

It was then that Cinzia switched careers, got her qualification as Mat Pilates teacher and decided to share her passion for movement.

As an instructor, her purpose is to help people from all walks of life to feel better, achieve better posture, relieve pain, move more efficiently – and most importantly feel confident and aware of their own body. She believes that a strong, healthy body is necessary for longevity and happiness.

When she is not teaching you will find her practicing Pilates, Yoga and Pole fitness. She is also a massive fan of art, street art, dance and nature and she tries to spend most of her spare time in parks and holidays by the sea.

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Thu 13 May2:00pmOpen Reformer SessionJoao Lobo Pina
Starting his career in sports at an early age, João has always been passionate about sports.

João was a professional football player for many years, playing at the highest levels and representing his country. Determined to keep football as part of his life, he enrolled in a Sports Science degree and went on to follow his dream of working in sports and fitness, as a personal trainer and also as a football coach.

Dedicated to helping people achieve their health and fitness goals, João was drawn to Pilates though its focus on body posture, awareness and the establishing of effective, safe movement patterns. With a postgraduate certificate in rehabilitation and injury prevention, João’s motivation comes from his ability to guide his clients to help them reach their physical goals consciously and safely.

When not at Ten or working out, João loves to travel, hang out with friends or watch a good movie.

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Thu 13 May4:00pmOpen Reformer SessionJoao Lobo Pina
Starting his career in sports at an early age, João has always been passionate about sports.

João was a professional football player for many years, playing at the highest levels and representing his country. Determined to keep football as part of his life, he enrolled in a Sports Science degree and went on to follow his dream of working in sports and fitness, as a personal trainer and also as a football coach.

Dedicated to helping people achieve their health and fitness goals, João was drawn to Pilates though its focus on body posture, awareness and the establishing of effective, safe movement patterns. With a postgraduate certificate in rehabilitation and injury prevention, João’s motivation comes from his ability to guide his clients to help them reach their physical goals consciously and safely.

When not at Ten or working out, João loves to travel, hang out with friends or watch a good movie.

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Thu 13 May8:00amOpen Reformer SessionSarah Evans (Physio)
Registered with the Health and Care Professions Council.

Sarah is an experienced Sports Massage Therapist with a background in Physiotherapy and Sports Therapy.

She was introduced to the world of rehab and physical therapy through an internship in a Pilates studio in America. Inspired by the use of Pilates in the rehabilitation of injured athletes, she studied Sports and Exercise Therapy at Leeds Beckett University.

She graduated with a First Class Honours degree and was awarded for Outstanding Academic Achievement. During her time in Leeds, she also qualified as a Sports Massage Therapist (ITEC level 3). In 2014, she completed her Masters Degree in Physiotherapy with Merit at King’s College London.

In addition to treating everyday aches and pains for clients from all walks of life, Sarah has gained valuable experience treating a variety of athletes from recreational to elite levels. She has worked across an impressive array of sports including rugby, basketball, volleyball, athletics, gymnastics, football, swimming, long distance running, tennis, and cycling – to list just a few.

She also has a keen interested in clinical Pilates; she has completed a Mat work level 1 workshop and enjoys doing Pilates in her free time.

The approach that Sarah takes is based on combining her knowledge and experiences in Sports Massage, Physiotherapy and Sports Therapy. She adapts her treatments depending on the individual, combining massage, joint mobilisations, stretching and self-management advice.

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Thu 13 May10:00amOpen Reformer SessionSarah Evans (Physio)
Registered with the Health and Care Professions Council.

Sarah is an experienced Sports Massage Therapist with a background in Physiotherapy and Sports Therapy.

She was introduced to the world of rehab and physical therapy through an internship in a Pilates studio in America. Inspired by the use of Pilates in the rehabilitation of injured athletes, she studied Sports and Exercise Therapy at Leeds Beckett University.

She graduated with a First Class Honours degree and was awarded for Outstanding Academic Achievement. During her time in Leeds, she also qualified as a Sports Massage Therapist (ITEC level 3). In 2014, she completed her Masters Degree in Physiotherapy with Merit at King’s College London.

In addition to treating everyday aches and pains for clients from all walks of life, Sarah has gained valuable experience treating a variety of athletes from recreational to elite levels. She has worked across an impressive array of sports including rugby, basketball, volleyball, athletics, gymnastics, football, swimming, long distance running, tennis, and cycling – to list just a few.

She also has a keen interested in clinical Pilates; she has completed a Mat work level 1 workshop and enjoys doing Pilates in her free time.

The approach that Sarah takes is based on combining her knowledge and experiences in Sports Massage, Physiotherapy and Sports Therapy. She adapts her treatments depending on the individual, combining massage, joint mobilisations, stretching and self-management advice.

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Thu 13 May8:15amOpen Reformer SessionDarren Manly
Darren’s experience in the health and fitness industry spans the past 20 years across a number of roles, from Personal Trainer and Studio Instructor to General Manager. But whatever his role his focus has always been the same: to deliver the best possible experience for his clients, time and time again.

While stability and control form the programming base for his training style – in order to load a joint effectively and avoid the risk of injury, that joint needs to be strong and stable – Darren’s personal satisfaction and reward comes from his ability to understand his clients’ motivations for their desired outcome, and then to support them effectively on their journey to achieve it.

He is a firm believer in leading an active lifestyle, not only for the benefits on our own physical, psychological and emotional wellbeing, but also the positive influence it can have on those around us.

Outside the studio, Darren continues to practice what he preaches. Sporting Performance and Coaching remain close to Darren’s heart, particularly within rugby. Over the years, he has coached both teams and individual clients, with ages ranging from 8 to 80.

You’ll still find Darren playing and coaching rugby for his local team, and during the winter months, he’ll be looking for the first opportunity to grab his snowboard and get down a mountain.

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Thu 13 May1:15pmOpen Reformer SessionDarren Manly
Darren’s experience in the health and fitness industry spans the past 20 years across a number of roles, from Personal Trainer and Studio Instructor to General Manager. But whatever his role his focus has always been the same: to deliver the best possible experience for his clients, time and time again.

While stability and control form the programming base for his training style – in order to load a joint effectively and avoid the risk of injury, that joint needs to be strong and stable – Darren’s personal satisfaction and reward comes from his ability to understand his clients’ motivations for their desired outcome, and then to support them effectively on their journey to achieve it.

He is a firm believer in leading an active lifestyle, not only for the benefits on our own physical, psychological and emotional wellbeing, but also the positive influence it can have on those around us.

Outside the studio, Darren continues to practice what he preaches. Sporting Performance and Coaching remain close to Darren’s heart, particularly within rugby. Over the years, he has coached both teams and individual clients, with ages ranging from 8 to 80.

You’ll still find Darren playing and coaching rugby for his local team, and during the winter months, he’ll be looking for the first opportunity to grab his snowboard and get down a mountain.

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Thu 13 May3:00pmOpen Reformer SessionJoao Lobo Pina
Starting his career in sports at an early age, João has always been passionate about sports.

João was a professional football player for many years, playing at the highest levels and representing his country. Determined to keep football as part of his life, he enrolled in a Sports Science degree and went on to follow his dream of working in sports and fitness, as a personal trainer and also as a football coach.

Dedicated to helping people achieve their health and fitness goals, João was drawn to Pilates though its focus on body posture, awareness and the establishing of effective, safe movement patterns. With a postgraduate certificate in rehabilitation and injury prevention, João’s motivation comes from his ability to guide his clients to help them reach their physical goals consciously and safely.

When not at Ten or working out, João loves to travel, hang out with friends or watch a good movie.

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Fri 14 May9:00amOpen Reformer SessionJennifer 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 14 May11:00amOpen Reformer SessionJennifer 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 14 May12:00pmOpen Reformer SessionEleftheria Anastasiadou
Born in Thessaloniki, Greece, Eleftheria started ballet when she was 3 and since hasn’t stopped since.

Since then, her limitless passion for dance has led her to explore more styles including hip-hop, commercial, experimental, contemporary, and to train in aerial hoop, silks and rope. It also inspired her to travel around the world to take professional workshops with famous choreographers such as Hofesch Schetcher, Wayne McGrecor, Chazz Buzzan, Zoi Tatopoulos, and to work in some great theatrical performances, art exhibitions and dance projects.

Eleftheria’s journey to fitness started when she decided to study Sports Science and develop her knowledge of the human body and sports performance. In the last year of her studies, she was awarded a full scholarship in one of the best region’s fitness academies, working next and learning from some of the to leading fitness personalities in Greece.

After 2 years teaching in top health & fitness clubs and dance schools, Eleftheria came to London to do a masters in Dance Science in Trinity Laban.

Eleftheria believes that with the correct mindset, and positive people and influences around you, anything is possible – physically and in life generally.

She is currently undertaking the Comprehensive Pilates teaching diploma from Balance Body along with UKSCA’s the strength and conditioning coaching qualification.

At the same time, she takes dance classes around London keeps her training up to date with all the UK leading choreographers. Any time she is not teaching you will find her trying new body shapes and dance movements in the mirrors.

At Ten, you will find Eleftheria teaching Dynamic Pilates reformer, TenHiiT, TenYoga, TenBarre and TenRX classes.

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Fri 14 May2:00pmOpen Reformer SessionEleftheria Anastasiadou
Born in Thessaloniki, Greece, Eleftheria started ballet when she was 3 and since hasn’t stopped since.

Since then, her limitless passion for dance has led her to explore more styles including hip-hop, commercial, experimental, contemporary, and to train in aerial hoop, silks and rope. It also inspired her to travel around the world to take professional workshops with famous choreographers such as Hofesch Schetcher, Wayne McGrecor, Chazz Buzzan, Zoi Tatopoulos, and to work in some great theatrical performances, art exhibitions and dance projects.

Eleftheria’s journey to fitness started when she decided to study Sports Science and develop her knowledge of the human body and sports performance. In the last year of her studies, she was awarded a full scholarship in one of the best region’s fitness academies, working next and learning from some of the to leading fitness personalities in Greece.

After 2 years teaching in top health & fitness clubs and dance schools, Eleftheria came to London to do a masters in Dance Science in Trinity Laban.

Eleftheria believes that with the correct mindset, and positive people and influences around you, anything is possible – physically and in life generally.

She is currently undertaking the Comprehensive Pilates teaching diploma from Balance Body along with UKSCA’s the strength and conditioning coaching qualification.

At the same time, she takes dance classes around London keeps her training up to date with all the UK leading choreographers. Any time she is not teaching you will find her trying new body shapes and dance movements in the mirrors.

At Ten, you will find Eleftheria teaching Dynamic Pilates reformer, TenHiiT, TenYoga, TenBarre and TenRX classes.

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Fri 14 May12:00pmOpen Reformer SessionTommy Marshall
Tommy has been physically active for as long as he can remember, playing recreational to semi-professional football over the years before a back condition stopped him in his tracks.

Combining a lifelong enthusiasm for movement and activity with his love of science, Tommy took his first career step by graduating from the University of Bath with an MSci Sports and Exercise Science degree.

A postgraduate season with the first team of Bristol City Football Club gave Tommy the opportunity to lead both gym and pitch based prehab/rehab sessions as well as taking the players through their strength and conditioning programs on a one to one and group basis.

It was also this experience – good as it was – that motivated him to move away from professional football and follow a deeper passion that had developed for helping people achieve their goals through exercise. Especially when underpinned by science and research.

Tommy is a firm believer that exercise is medicine. He loves helping people meet their goals no matter how big or small – meeting any goal is a step in the right direction. He is driven and enthusiastic to help empower you to reach your full potential.

In his spare time Tommy can be found in the gym, at the London Stadium watching his beloved West Ham United (which usually ends in disappointment) or exploring a new part of the world.

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Fri 14 May2:00pmOpen Reformer SessionTommy Marshall
Tommy has been physically active for as long as he can remember, playing recreational to semi-professional football over the years before a back condition stopped him in his tracks.

Combining a lifelong enthusiasm for movement and activity with his love of science, Tommy took his first career step by graduating from the University of Bath with an MSci Sports and Exercise Science degree.

A postgraduate season with the first team of Bristol City Football Club gave Tommy the opportunity to lead both gym and pitch based prehab/rehab sessions as well as taking the players through their strength and conditioning programs on a one to one and group basis.

It was also this experience – good as it was – that motivated him to move away from professional football and follow a deeper passion that had developed for helping people achieve their goals through exercise. Especially when underpinned by science and research.

Tommy is a firm believer that exercise is medicine. He loves helping people meet their goals no matter how big or small – meeting any goal is a step in the right direction. He is driven and enthusiastic to help empower you to reach your full potential.

In his spare time Tommy can be found in the gym, at the London Stadium watching his beloved West Ham United (which usually ends in disappointment) or exploring a new part of the world.

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Sun 16 May1:00pmOpen Reformer SessionRafael Cunha
Born and raised in Brazil, Rafael has always had a keen interest in sport and exercise, enjoying everything from football to handball, volleyball to basketball, running to capoeira and swimming to surfing.
 
 
His passion for exercise and for understanding the positive effect movement has on the human body led him to complete an undergraduate degree in Physical Education in 2008, followed by a postgraduate degree in Physiology of Exercise in 2015.

 

After graduating, Rafael began his career working as a personal trainer for both adults and children. Throughout his career he has also been involved in coaching and teaching a range of sports, leading capoeira groups, running social projects, organising boot camps and sports championships, and he even founded his own running group.

 

Believing that the human body truly is made to move, Rafael credits the skeletal system as the thing that allows us to live our lives to the maximum.

 

It’s this interest in musculoskeletal health that led him to train both as a Pilates instructor and study Tui Na massage, further improving his knowledge and understanding of human anatomy and in turn helping him to address muscular imbalances.

 

Having previously worked with people who faced hernias, disc protrusion, sciatic nerve issues, back pain and postural imbalances, Rafael enjoys helping people improve their quality of movement, overall fitness and general health.

 

This experience also taught him the importance of looking after our bodies, so that we can continue to live healthy and active lives without aches and pains.

 

Rafael takes a tailored approach to each client, understanding their needs, respecting their limitations and observing existing imbalances in the musculoskeletal system, which enables him to develop individual plans to help his clients achieve their goals. Whether that is to reduce pain and discomfort or increase tone, his programmes are developed to help clients strengthen the right muscles and restore balance.

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Sun 16 May2:00pmOpen Reformer SessionRafael Cunha
Born and raised in Brazil, Rafael has always had a keen interest in sport and exercise, enjoying everything from football to handball, volleyball to basketball, running to capoeira and swimming to surfing.
 
 
His passion for exercise and for understanding the positive effect movement has on the human body led him to complete an undergraduate degree in Physical Education in 2008, followed by a postgraduate degree in Physiology of Exercise in 2015.

 

After graduating, Rafael began his career working as a personal trainer for both adults and children. Throughout his career he has also been involved in coaching and teaching a range of sports, leading capoeira groups, running social projects, organising boot camps and sports championships, and he even founded his own running group.

 

Believing that the human body truly is made to move, Rafael credits the skeletal system as the thing that allows us to live our lives to the maximum.

 

It’s this interest in musculoskeletal health that led him to train both as a Pilates instructor and study Tui Na massage, further improving his knowledge and understanding of human anatomy and in turn helping him to address muscular imbalances.

 

Having previously worked with people who faced hernias, disc protrusion, sciatic nerve issues, back pain and postural imbalances, Rafael enjoys helping people improve their quality of movement, overall fitness and general health.

 

This experience also taught him the importance of looking after our bodies, so that we can continue to live healthy and active lives without aches and pains.

 

Rafael takes a tailored approach to each client, understanding their needs, respecting their limitations and observing existing imbalances in the musculoskeletal system, which enables him to develop individual plans to help his clients achieve their goals. Whether that is to reduce pain and discomfort or increase tone, his programmes are developed to help clients strengthen the right muscles and restore balance.

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Sun 16 May9:00amOpen Reformer SessionGeorgia Heaven
Georgia graduated with a Sport and Exercise degree from Loughborough University. Her degree gave her valuable scientific-based knowledge on the latest clinical and exercise research.

You can expect your sessions with Georgia to be scientifically researched and tailored to your needs and goals – endorsing the approach that exercise is medicine. Georgia takes a behavioral approach to her clients’ journey with Ten, creating progressive and individualised exercise programs to help support long-lasting lifestyle change.

Georgia's expertise and infectious energy make her a great and motivator. You’ll come away from your sessions with her not only moving better and with more confidence, but also armed with the information and insights necessary to support you on the changes you’ve set out to make.

Outside Ten, Georgia is a passionate and dedicated Kickboxer. She credits her keen interest in human anatomy and nutrition as key factors in helping her become UK National Lightweight Intermediate Champion in 2019 and gain her Black Belt. When she’s not in the Studio, Georgia can be found kicking a punch bag honing her skills and training for her next competition.

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Sun 16 May10:00amOpen Reformer SessionGeorgia Heaven
Georgia graduated with a Sport and Exercise degree from Loughborough University. Her degree gave her valuable scientific-based knowledge on the latest clinical and exercise research.

You can expect your sessions with Georgia to be scientifically researched and tailored to your needs and goals – endorsing the approach that exercise is medicine. Georgia takes a behavioral approach to her clients’ journey with Ten, creating progressive and individualised exercise programs to help support long-lasting lifestyle change.

Georgia's expertise and infectious energy make her a great and motivator. You’ll come away from your sessions with her not only moving better and with more confidence, but also armed with the information and insights necessary to support you on the changes you’ve set out to make.

Outside Ten, Georgia is a passionate and dedicated Kickboxer. She credits her keen interest in human anatomy and nutrition as key factors in helping her become UK National Lightweight Intermediate Champion in 2019 and gain her Black Belt. When she’s not in the Studio, Georgia can be found kicking a punch bag honing her skills and training for her next competition.

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Sun 16 May2:00pmOpen Reformer SessionGeorgia Heaven
Georgia graduated with a Sport and Exercise degree from Loughborough University. Her degree gave her valuable scientific-based knowledge on the latest clinical and exercise research.

You can expect your sessions with Georgia to be scientifically researched and tailored to your needs and goals – endorsing the approach that exercise is medicine. Georgia takes a behavioral approach to her clients’ journey with Ten, creating progressive and individualised exercise programs to help support long-lasting lifestyle change.

Georgia's expertise and infectious energy make her a great and motivator. You’ll come away from your sessions with her not only moving better and with more confidence, but also armed with the information and insights necessary to support you on the changes you’ve set out to make.

Outside Ten, Georgia is a passionate and dedicated Kickboxer. She credits her keen interest in human anatomy and nutrition as key factors in helping her become UK National Lightweight Intermediate Champion in 2019 and gain her Black Belt. When she’s not in the Studio, Georgia can be found kicking a punch bag honing her skills and training for her next competition.

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Sun 16 May11:00amOpen Reformer SessionSantiago Gallego
Santiago (or Santi as he likes to be called) comes to Ten with a wealth of experience and expertise, having completed a PGdip in Brazil and a Master’s in Exercise Physiology at St Mary’s, London, where he developed specialisms in cardiovascular rehabilitation and postural correction.

As an exercise physiologist, Santi is passionate about ensuring he keeps himself as up to date as possible on new scientific evidence and research to continue expanding his knowledge.

Santi will take time to create a bespoke exercise prescription plan to ensure the client’s needs always comes first whilst understanding the journey needed to reach health and fitness goals.

For Santi, there is nothing more rewarding than working with a client and helping them to improve their quality of life. Open and approachable, in both classes and 1-1 sessions his calm approach is balanced with his natural ability to engage and motivate his clients.

Since childhood, Santi has loved spending free time in the great outdoors, and when he’s not working you’ll find him hiking, kayaking or traveling with his camera taking snaps all over the world.

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Sun 16 May2:00pmOpen Reformer SessionSantiago Gallego
Santiago (or Santi as he likes to be called) comes to Ten with a wealth of experience and expertise, having completed a PGdip in Brazil and a Master’s in Exercise Physiology at St Mary’s, London, where he developed specialisms in cardiovascular rehabilitation and postural correction.

As an exercise physiologist, Santi is passionate about ensuring he keeps himself as up to date as possible on new scientific evidence and research to continue expanding his knowledge.

Santi will take time to create a bespoke exercise prescription plan to ensure the client’s needs always comes first whilst understanding the journey needed to reach health and fitness goals.

For Santi, there is nothing more rewarding than working with a client and helping them to improve their quality of life. Open and approachable, in both classes and 1-1 sessions his calm approach is balanced with his natural ability to engage and motivate his clients.

Since childhood, Santi has loved spending free time in the great outdoors, and when he’s not working you’ll find him hiking, kayaking or traveling with his camera taking snaps all over the world.

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Sun 16 May9:00amOpen Reformer SessionJody Ashmore
Now an instructor herself, Jody has been personally practising both Matwork and Reformer Pilates for over 10 years. Whilst working in the live music industry, she found that the physical and mental benefits that a daily Matwork Pilates practice gave her were essential for relieving the stresses of such a demanding job. She then discovered Dynamic Reformer classes at Ten Notting Hill and hasn’t looked back since – she even attended the PreNatal classes while pregnant with her son and got back into the studio afterwards to regain her strength.

Jody’s journey to becoming a Pilates instructor began when she suffered a neck injury. Having been advised by her Physiotherapist to start practising Pilates to support her rehabilitation, she learned first-hand just how effective it can be and was inspired to pursue a Level 3 Matwork qualification.

Having achieved this, she also went on to complete her Small Equipment, Osteo Pilates and Pre and Postnatal Matwork certificates, before completing her Dynamic Reformer certificate.

Jody loves nothing more than helping her clients achieve their goals through Pilates – whether that’s to get the physique they desire or to return to a pain-free life – and seeing them gain strength physically and mentally through practice, just as she did.

When she’s not in the studio or stretching at home, Jody loves swimming, being in the great outdoors, watching movies and, most importantly, spending time with her family.

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Sun 16 May10:00amOpen Reformer SessionJody Ashmore
Now an instructor herself, Jody has been personally practising both Matwork and Reformer Pilates for over 10 years. Whilst working in the live music industry, she found that the physical and mental benefits that a daily Matwork Pilates practice gave her were essential for relieving the stresses of such a demanding job. She then discovered Dynamic Reformer classes at Ten Notting Hill and hasn’t looked back since – she even attended the PreNatal classes while pregnant with her son and got back into the studio afterwards to regain her strength.

Jody’s journey to becoming a Pilates instructor began when she suffered a neck injury. Having been advised by her Physiotherapist to start practising Pilates to support her rehabilitation, she learned first-hand just how effective it can be and was inspired to pursue a Level 3 Matwork qualification.

Having achieved this, she also went on to complete her Small Equipment, Osteo Pilates and Pre and Postnatal Matwork certificates, before completing her Dynamic Reformer certificate.

Jody loves nothing more than helping her clients achieve their goals through Pilates – whether that’s to get the physique they desire or to return to a pain-free life – and seeing them gain strength physically and mentally through practice, just as she did.

When she’s not in the studio or stretching at home, Jody loves swimming, being in the great outdoors, watching movies and, most importantly, spending time with her family.

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Sun 16 May11:00amOpen Reformer SessionJody Ashmore
Now an instructor herself, Jody has been personally practising both Matwork and Reformer Pilates for over 10 years. Whilst working in the live music industry, she found that the physical and mental benefits that a daily Matwork Pilates practice gave her were essential for relieving the stresses of such a demanding job. She then discovered Dynamic Reformer classes at Ten Notting Hill and hasn’t looked back since – she even attended the PreNatal classes while pregnant with her son and got back into the studio afterwards to regain her strength.

Jody’s journey to becoming a Pilates instructor began when she suffered a neck injury. Having been advised by her Physiotherapist to start practising Pilates to support her rehabilitation, she learned first-hand just how effective it can be and was inspired to pursue a Level 3 Matwork qualification.

Having achieved this, she also went on to complete her Small Equipment, Osteo Pilates and Pre and Postnatal Matwork certificates, before completing her Dynamic Reformer certificate.

Jody loves nothing more than helping her clients achieve their goals through Pilates – whether that’s to get the physique they desire or to return to a pain-free life – and seeing them gain strength physically and mentally through practice, just as she did.

When she’s not in the studio or stretching at home, Jody loves swimming, being in the great outdoors, watching movies and, most importantly, spending time with her family.

Ten - ChiswickBook Now1621159200