Class Timetable

Classes from 23 Apr, 2021 to 30 Apr, 2021
            
DateTimeClassInstructorLocationAvailability
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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Thu 29 April8:00amOpen Reformer SessionLeah Willoughby
Leah holds a Bachelor of the Arts degree in Dance from UWL, where she also attained her Pilates Matwork qualification.

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

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

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

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

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Thu 29 April10:00amOpen Reformer SessionLeah Willoughby
Leah holds a Bachelor of the Arts degree in Dance from UWL, where she also attained her Pilates Matwork qualification.

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

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

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

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

Ten - Hatton GardenBook Now1619686800