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Thu 21 February1:30pmBeginners - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
No prior experience is necessary for this class; a basic level of fitness is helpful but not essential. Clients are introduced to the equipment, techniques and some basic exercises. Recommended as your first class with Ten or for those of you who would like to practice at a gentler pace - though it's still more than enough of a workout to get those all important endorphins going. 55 mins.
Jennifer 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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Thu 21 February5:15pmIntermediate - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
A step up in pace and intensity, and definitely not for first-timers. Expect a varied and challenging workout with more functional progressions and an emphasis firmly on effort and results. 55 mins.
Melissa James
Melissa has been dancing for about as long as she could walk, starting with Tap lessons at the age of four.

Her dedication from such a young age eventually paid off as he was taken on as a professional dancer for New Zealand’s top entertainment company, Diamond. She went on to spend seven years performing with Diamond, where her credits included New Zealand’s X-Factor and The Real Housewives of Auckland, alongside numerous sporting events and music videos.

During this time, she also studied at the University of Auckland to complete her Bachelor’s Degree in Dance Studies, where she focused on dance education and developed a passion to teach others.

Having spent many years swept up in the world of dance both professionally and educationally, it’s no surprise that she discovered Barre in 2014 and quickly began teaching Barre in her home country, New Zealand. Now that she’s settled into London it’s all about TenBarre.

Having previously used Pilates to support her own post injury rehab, she’s also a big advocate of it’s benefits. She’s adamant that Pilates should be a part of everybody’s fitness regime – alongside Barre, of course – and that’s why Ten is the perfect place for her to continue pass on her breadth of Barre expertise.

Whatever the workout, she believes that our bodies were made to move, and she loves helping anyone of any age, shape, ability and background find enjoyment in movement.

When she’s not teaching Barre classes at Ten, Melissa enjoys leading a busy life, which often includes soaking up West End shows, live music and dancing, of course!

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Thu 21 February6:15pmBeginners - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
No prior experience is necessary for this class; a basic level of fitness is helpful but not essential. Clients are introduced to the equipment, techniques and some basic exercises. Recommended as your first class with Ten or for those of you who would like to practice at a gentler pace - though it's still more than enough of a workout to get those all important endorphins going. 55 mins.
Frances Bowden
Frances has had a love for sport as long as she can remember. Running around a hockey field on frosty Sunday mornings aged eight eventually evolved into a degree in Sport and Exercise Science at Loughborough University (though she can still be found running around a hockey field on frosty Sunday mornings).

Over the course of her degree, Frances developed a passion for exercise prescription and lifestyle modification, wanting to help people move better whilst living heathier and happier lives.

Frances enjoys the client journey, focusing on all aspects of exercise, nutrition and lifestyle to achieve the kind of functional and sustainable results that will benefit a client every single day. She works to the needs of the body, developing strength and flexibility whilst identifying and correcting muscular imbalances created by our 21st century lifestyle to minimise the risk of injury.

Frances loves nothing more than proving to someone that they can do something and that, with the right attitude, anyone can achieve anything.

Over the past three years, she has worked with a range of clients from age 16 to late 80s with both clinical and non-clinical backgrounds. She has helped people from all walks of life achieve their goals, whether that’s to return to walking unaided right through to helping clients return to top-level competitive sport.

Dynamic Reformer Pilates adds another string to Frances’ bow and she is passionate about its seemingly unlimited potential for rehab and for developing the building blocks for functional strength training.

Upbeat, encouraging and super-smiley, Frances brings a warmth and infectious enthusiasm to her classes – along with a breadth of technical knowledge and experience.

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Thu 21 February7:15pmIntermediate - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
A step up in pace and intensity, and definitely not for first-timers. Expect a varied and challenging workout with more functional progressions and an emphasis firmly on effort and results. 55 mins.
Frances Bowden
Frances has had a love for sport as long as she can remember. Running around a hockey field on frosty Sunday mornings aged eight eventually evolved into a degree in Sport and Exercise Science at Loughborough University (though she can still be found running around a hockey field on frosty Sunday mornings).

Over the course of her degree, Frances developed a passion for exercise prescription and lifestyle modification, wanting to help people move better whilst living heathier and happier lives.

Frances enjoys the client journey, focusing on all aspects of exercise, nutrition and lifestyle to achieve the kind of functional and sustainable results that will benefit a client every single day. She works to the needs of the body, developing strength and flexibility whilst identifying and correcting muscular imbalances created by our 21st century lifestyle to minimise the risk of injury.

Frances loves nothing more than proving to someone that they can do something and that, with the right attitude, anyone can achieve anything.

Over the past three years, she has worked with a range of clients from age 16 to late 80s with both clinical and non-clinical backgrounds. She has helped people from all walks of life achieve their goals, whether that’s to return to walking unaided right through to helping clients return to top-level competitive sport.

Dynamic Reformer Pilates adds another string to Frances’ bow and she is passionate about its seemingly unlimited potential for rehab and for developing the building blocks for functional strength training.

Upbeat, encouraging and super-smiley, Frances brings a warmth and infectious enthusiasm to her classes – along with a breadth of technical knowledge and experience.

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Thu 21 February8:15pmBeginners 45 - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
No prior experience is necessary for this class; a basic level of fitness is helpful but not essential. Clients are introduced to the equipment, techniques and some basic exercises. Recommended as your first class with Ten or for those of you who would like to practice at a gentler pace - though it's still more than enough of a workout to get those all important endorphins going. 45 mins.
Frances Bowden
Frances has had a love for sport as long as she can remember. Running around a hockey field on frosty Sunday mornings aged eight eventually evolved into a degree in Sport and Exercise Science at Loughborough University (though she can still be found running around a hockey field on frosty Sunday mornings).

Over the course of her degree, Frances developed a passion for exercise prescription and lifestyle modification, wanting to help people move better whilst living heathier and happier lives.

Frances enjoys the client journey, focusing on all aspects of exercise, nutrition and lifestyle to achieve the kind of functional and sustainable results that will benefit a client every single day. She works to the needs of the body, developing strength and flexibility whilst identifying and correcting muscular imbalances created by our 21st century lifestyle to minimise the risk of injury.

Frances loves nothing more than proving to someone that they can do something and that, with the right attitude, anyone can achieve anything.

Over the past three years, she has worked with a range of clients from age 16 to late 80s with both clinical and non-clinical backgrounds. She has helped people from all walks of life achieve their goals, whether that’s to return to walking unaided right through to helping clients return to top-level competitive sport.

Dynamic Reformer Pilates adds another string to Frances’ bow and she is passionate about its seemingly unlimited potential for rehab and for developing the building blocks for functional strength training.

Upbeat, encouraging and super-smiley, Frances brings a warmth and infectious enthusiasm to her classes – along with a breadth of technical knowledge and experience.

Ten - CityBook Now1550780100
Thu 21 February6:30pmPhysio-Led Pilates Class
Please note that if you have not been referred to this class by a Trainer, Physiotherapist or Clinician, you'll need to arrange Initial Assessment before booking a class.

In the class you’ll use a combination of equipment and exercises that best suits you, including Reformer, Ladder Barrel, TRX, bosu and much more! Other Physiotherapy techniques such as joint mobilisations, soft tissue release and taping can be included as well.

Everyone can benefit from Physio-led Pilates classes! Whether you are hoping to continue your rehabilitation, have a big event coming up, want to be prepared for surgery or are keen to manage a chronic condition, your needs can be accommodated!

 

Sarah Evans (nee Cowderoy) (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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Fri 22 February7:00amIntermediate - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
A step up in pace and intensity, and definitely not for first-timers. Expect a varied and challenging workout with more functional progressions and an emphasis firmly on effort and results. 55 mins.
Catriona McGahan
A BSc Hons Sports & Exercise Science Graduate from the University of Ulster, Catriona has a lifelong passion for health and fitness and involvement in sport, having played Gaelic football for over 20 years.
 
It was in my latter stages of her sporting career (in her 30’s) that she discovered Pilates, its benefits enabling her to continue to compete for several years at the highest level.
 
Inspired by her personal experience of Pilates and its benefits, Catriona qualified as a Pilates instructor in 2013. Since then she has had the opportunity to work with clients of all age groups, from 6 -65, and with athletes from a range of different sports, including Gaelic Football, Soccer, Running and Cycling.
 
The requirements of many of her clients are to stay injury free and to compete at the highest possible level – motivating her to ensure that she delivers and effective and demonstrably goal-oriented programme. a programme that assists them in achieving their goals.
 
Catriona is also a physical literacy specialist coach, working with key stage 1 children within the school setting. For her of the most enjoyable aspects of working with children, is the combination of challenging ourselves to the limit without taking ourselves too seriously - an approach that she has also seen pay dividends in her Pilates classes.
 
In her spare time she enjoys a good strum on the guitar and is still trying to master the F chord.
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Fri 22 February8:00amBeginners - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
No prior experience is necessary for this class; a basic level of fitness is helpful but not essential. Clients are introduced to the equipment, techniques and some basic exercises. Recommended as your first class with Ten or for those of you who would like to practice at a gentler pace - though it's still more than enough of a workout to get those all important endorphins going. 55 mins.
Catriona McGahan
A BSc Hons Sports & Exercise Science Graduate from the University of Ulster, Catriona has a lifelong passion for health and fitness and involvement in sport, having played Gaelic football for over 20 years.
 
It was in my latter stages of her sporting career (in her 30’s) that she discovered Pilates, its benefits enabling her to continue to compete for several years at the highest level.
 
Inspired by her personal experience of Pilates and its benefits, Catriona qualified as a Pilates instructor in 2013. Since then she has had the opportunity to work with clients of all age groups, from 6 -65, and with athletes from a range of different sports, including Gaelic Football, Soccer, Running and Cycling.
 
The requirements of many of her clients are to stay injury free and to compete at the highest possible level – motivating her to ensure that she delivers and effective and demonstrably goal-oriented programme. a programme that assists them in achieving their goals.
 
Catriona is also a physical literacy specialist coach, working with key stage 1 children within the school setting. For her of the most enjoyable aspects of working with children, is the combination of challenging ourselves to the limit without taking ourselves too seriously - an approach that she has also seen pay dividends in her Pilates classes.
 
In her spare time she enjoys a good strum on the guitar and is still trying to master the F chord.
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Fri 22 February12:15pmIntermediate - Dynamic Reformer Pilates

A step up in pace and intensity, and definitely not for first-timers. Expect a varied and challenging workout with more functional progressions and an emphasis firmly on effort and results. 55 mins.

Brad Emmott
Born in South Africa, raised in New Zealand and recently arrived in London, Brads’ career choice was decided at the age of 12.

Playing multiple competitive sports and pushing the limits of how many games of sport one parent should be asked to sit through in a week, Brad has always known he wanted to be in the health and fitness industry.

After finishing school he continued to further his education in the fitness industry, completing 3 certificates in fitness, before completing BSc in Sport & Exercise in 2010.

Brad’s career in health and fitness took off when he experienced how exercise could impact the lives of everyday people struggling with a health condition – an insight that changed his aim in life, from giving someone a thick chest and arms to helping people create a more holistic and long lasting approach to health in their own lives.

Brad has extensive experience as an Exercise Specialist and Personal Trainer, and has run boot camps in New Zealand. More recently – and for him much more importantly – he also spent 5 years as an Exercise Physiologist in a leading health and wellness centre. Here he worked not only with able bodied clients, but also became increasingly passionate about working with clients with a vast range of disabilities and injuries – and who couldn’t get help anywhere else.

Brad’s beliefs and approach to fitness and health is all about sustainable and lasting benefits – that means no fad diets and no 6-pack in 7 days.

In the weekends you’ll find Brad training, studying, watching rugby, snowboarding or doing backflips anywhere he can.

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Fri 22 February1:15pmBeginners - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
No prior experience is necessary for this class; a basic level of fitness is helpful but not essential. Clients are introduced to the equipment, techniques and some basic exercises. Recommended as your first class with Ten or for those of you who would like to practice at a gentler pace - though it's still more than enough of a workout to get those all important endorphins going. 55 mins.
Brad Emmott
Born in South Africa, raised in New Zealand and recently arrived in London, Brads’ career choice was decided at the age of 12.

Playing multiple competitive sports and pushing the limits of how many games of sport one parent should be asked to sit through in a week, Brad has always known he wanted to be in the health and fitness industry.

After finishing school he continued to further his education in the fitness industry, completing 3 certificates in fitness, before completing BSc in Sport & Exercise in 2010.

Brad’s career in health and fitness took off when he experienced how exercise could impact the lives of everyday people struggling with a health condition – an insight that changed his aim in life, from giving someone a thick chest and arms to helping people create a more holistic and long lasting approach to health in their own lives.

Brad has extensive experience as an Exercise Specialist and Personal Trainer, and has run boot camps in New Zealand. More recently – and for him much more importantly – he also spent 5 years as an Exercise Physiologist in a leading health and wellness centre. Here he worked not only with able bodied clients, but also became increasingly passionate about working with clients with a vast range of disabilities and injuries – and who couldn’t get help anywhere else.

Brad’s beliefs and approach to fitness and health is all about sustainable and lasting benefits – that means no fad diets and no 6-pack in 7 days.

In the weekends you’ll find Brad training, studying, watching rugby, snowboarding or doing backflips anywhere he can.

Ten - CityJoin Waitlist1550841300
Fri 22 February12:00pmPhysio-Led Pilates Class
Please note that if you have not been referred to this class by a Trainer, Physiotherapist or Clinician, you'll need to arrange Initial Assessment before booking a class.

In the class you’ll use a combination of equipment and exercises that best suits you, including Reformer, Ladder Barrel, TRX, bosu and much more! Other Physiotherapy techniques such as joint mobilisations, soft tissue release and taping can be included as well.

Everyone can benefit from Physio-led Pilates classes! Whether you are hoping to continue your rehabilitation, have a big event coming up, want to be prepared for surgery or are keen to manage a chronic condition, your needs can be accommodated!

 

Sarah Evans (nee Cowderoy) (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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Fri 22 February4:30pmIntermediate - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
A step up in pace and intensity, and definitely not for first-timers. Expect a varied and challenging workout with more functional progressions and an emphasis firmly on effort and results. 55 mins.
Frances Bowden
Frances has had a love for sport as long as she can remember. Running around a hockey field on frosty Sunday mornings aged eight eventually evolved into a degree in Sport and Exercise Science at Loughborough University (though she can still be found running around a hockey field on frosty Sunday mornings).

Over the course of her degree, Frances developed a passion for exercise prescription and lifestyle modification, wanting to help people move better whilst living heathier and happier lives.

Frances enjoys the client journey, focusing on all aspects of exercise, nutrition and lifestyle to achieve the kind of functional and sustainable results that will benefit a client every single day. She works to the needs of the body, developing strength and flexibility whilst identifying and correcting muscular imbalances created by our 21st century lifestyle to minimise the risk of injury.

Frances loves nothing more than proving to someone that they can do something and that, with the right attitude, anyone can achieve anything.

Over the past three years, she has worked with a range of clients from age 16 to late 80s with both clinical and non-clinical backgrounds. She has helped people from all walks of life achieve their goals, whether that’s to return to walking unaided right through to helping clients return to top-level competitive sport.

Dynamic Reformer Pilates adds another string to Frances’ bow and she is passionate about its seemingly unlimited potential for rehab and for developing the building blocks for functional strength training.

Upbeat, encouraging and super-smiley, Frances brings a warmth and infectious enthusiasm to her classes – along with a breadth of technical knowledge and experience.

Ten - CityBook Now1550853000
Fri 22 February5:30pmBeginners - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
No prior experience is necessary for this class; a basic level of fitness is helpful but not essential. Clients are introduced to the equipment, techniques and some basic exercises. Recommended as your first class with Ten or for those of you who would like to practice at a gentler pace - though it's still more than enough of a workout to get those all important endorphins going. 55 mins.
Frances Bowden
Frances has had a love for sport as long as she can remember. Running around a hockey field on frosty Sunday mornings aged eight eventually evolved into a degree in Sport and Exercise Science at Loughborough University (though she can still be found running around a hockey field on frosty Sunday mornings).

Over the course of her degree, Frances developed a passion for exercise prescription and lifestyle modification, wanting to help people move better whilst living heathier and happier lives.

Frances enjoys the client journey, focusing on all aspects of exercise, nutrition and lifestyle to achieve the kind of functional and sustainable results that will benefit a client every single day. She works to the needs of the body, developing strength and flexibility whilst identifying and correcting muscular imbalances created by our 21st century lifestyle to minimise the risk of injury.

Frances loves nothing more than proving to someone that they can do something and that, with the right attitude, anyone can achieve anything.

Over the past three years, she has worked with a range of clients from age 16 to late 80s with both clinical and non-clinical backgrounds. She has helped people from all walks of life achieve their goals, whether that’s to return to walking unaided right through to helping clients return to top-level competitive sport.

Dynamic Reformer Pilates adds another string to Frances’ bow and she is passionate about its seemingly unlimited potential for rehab and for developing the building blocks for functional strength training.

Upbeat, encouraging and super-smiley, Frances brings a warmth and infectious enthusiasm to her classes – along with a breadth of technical knowledge and experience.

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Fri 22 February11:00amTenStretch
London’s first Reformer-based stretch class, TenStretch, uses one the most versatile pieces of exercise equipment available, to enable a deeper, more effective stretch than you could achieve unassisted. Although the class will improve all-round flexibility and mobility, we place specific focus on the problem areas and muscle groups most adversely affected by the muscular imbalances and postural challenges of 21st century living.
No specific level of fitness or experience is required.
Sarah Evans (nee Cowderoy) (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.

Ten - CityBook Now1550833200
Sat 23 February9:00amIntermediate - Dynamic Reformer Pilates

A step up in pace and intensity, and definitely not for first-timers. Expect a varied and challenging workout with more functional progressions and an emphasis firmly on effort and results. 55 mins.

Jennifer 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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Sat 23 February10:00amBeginners - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
No prior experience is necessary for this class; a basic level of fitness is helpful but not essential. Clients are introduced to the equipment, techniques and some basic exercises. Recommended as your first class with Ten or for those of you who would like to practice at a gentler pace - though it's still more than enough of a workout to get those all important endorphins going. 55 mins.
Jennifer 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!

Ten - CityBook Now1550916000
Sat 23 February12:00pmBeginners - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
No prior experience is necessary for this class; a basic level of fitness is helpful but not essential. Clients are introduced to the equipment, techniques and some basic exercises. Recommended as your first class with Ten or for those of you who would like to practice at a gentler pace - though it's still more than enough of a workout to get those all important endorphins going. 55 mins.
Jennifer 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!

Ten - CityBook Now1550923200
Sat 23 February11:00amIntermediate - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
A step up in pace and intensity, and definitely not for first-timers. Expect a varied and challenging workout with more functional progressions and an emphasis firmly on effort and results. 55 mins.
Jennifer 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!

Ten - CityBook Now1550919600
Sat 23 February2:00pmBeginners - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
No prior experience is necessary for this class; a basic level of fitness is helpful but not essential. Clients are introduced to the equipment, techniques and some basic exercises. Recommended as your first class with Ten or for those of you who would like to practice at a gentler pace - though it's still more than enough of a workout to get those all important endorphins going. 55 mins.
Jennifer 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!

Ten - CityBook Now1550930400
Sun 24 February9:00amBeginners - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
No prior experience is necessary for this class; a basic level of fitness is helpful but not essential. Clients are introduced to the equipment, techniques and some basic exercises. Recommended as your first class with Ten or for those of you who would like to practice at a gentler pace - though it's still more than enough of a workout to get those all important endorphins going. 55 mins.
Leah 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 - CityBook Now1550998800
Sun 24 February10:00amIntermediate - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
A step up in pace and intensity, and definitely not for first-timers. Expect a varied and challenging workout with more functional progressions and an emphasis firmly on effort and results. 55 mins.
Leah 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 - CityBook Now1551002400
Sun 24 February11:00amBeginners - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
No prior experience is necessary for this class; a basic level of fitness is helpful but not essential. Clients are introduced to the equipment, techniques and some basic exercises. Recommended as your first class with Ten or for those of you who would like to practice at a gentler pace - though it's still more than enough of a workout to get those all important endorphins going. 55 mins.
Leah 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 - CityBook Now1551006000
Sun 24 February2:00pmBeginners - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
No prior experience is necessary for this class; a basic level of fitness is helpful but not essential. Clients are introduced to the equipment, techniques and some basic exercises. Recommended as your first class with Ten or for those of you who would like to practice at a gentler pace - though it's still more than enough of a workout to get those all important endorphins going. 55 mins.
Leah 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 - CityBook Now1551016800
Sun 24 February12:00pmIntermediate - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
A step up in pace and intensity, and definitely not for first-timers. Expect a varied and challenging workout with more functional progressions and an emphasis firmly on effort and results. 55 mins.
Leah 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 - CityBook Now1551009600
Mon 25 February6:15pmIntermediate - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
A step up in pace and intensity, and definitely not for first-timers. Expect a varied and challenging workout with more functional progressions and an emphasis firmly on effort and results. 55 mins.
Jennifer 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!

Ten - CityBook Now1551118500
Mon 25 February7:15pmBeginners - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
No prior experience is necessary for this class; a basic level of fitness is helpful but not essential. Clients are introduced to the equipment, techniques and some basic exercises. Recommended as your first class with Ten or for those of you who would like to practice at a gentler pace - though it's still more than enough of a workout to get those all important endorphins going. 55 mins.
Jennifer 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!

Ten - CityBook Now1551122100
Mon 25 February7:00amIntermediate - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
A step up in pace and intensity, and definitely not for first-timers. Expect a varied and challenging workout with more functional progressions and an emphasis firmly on effort and results. 55 mins.
Sarah Evans (nee Cowderoy) (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.

Ten - CityBook Now1551078000
Mon 25 February8:00amBeginners - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
No prior experience is necessary for this class; a basic level of fitness is helpful but not essential. Clients are introduced to the equipment, techniques and some basic exercises. Recommended as your first class with Ten or for those of you who would like to practice at a gentler pace - though it's still more than enough of a workout to get those all important endorphins going. 55 mins.
Sarah Evans (nee Cowderoy) (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.

Ten - CityBook Now1551081600
Mon 25 February12:00pmPhysio-Led Pilates Class
Please note that if you have not been referred to this class by a Trainer, Physiotherapist or Clinician, you'll need to arrange Initial Assessment before booking a class.

In the class you’ll use a combination of equipment and exercises that best suits you, including Reformer, Ladder Barrel, TRX, bosu and much more! Other Physiotherapy techniques such as joint mobilisations, soft tissue release and taping can be included as well.

Everyone can benefit from Physio-led Pilates classes! Whether you are hoping to continue your rehabilitation, have a big event coming up, want to be prepared for surgery or are keen to manage a chronic condition, your needs can be accommodated!

 

Sarah Evans (nee Cowderoy) (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.

Ten - CityBook Now1551096000
Mon 25 February12:15pmIntermediate - Dynamic Reformer Pilates

A step up in pace and intensity, and definitely not for first-timers. Expect a varied and challenging workout with more functional progressions and an emphasis firmly on effort and results. 55 mins.

Leah 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 - CityBook Now1551096900
Mon 25 February1:15pmBeginners - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
No prior experience is necessary for this class; a basic level of fitness is helpful but not essential. Clients are introduced to the equipment, techniques and some basic exercises. Recommended as your first class with Ten or for those of you who would like to practice at a gentler pace - though it's still more than enough of a workout to get those all important endorphins going. 55 mins.
Leah 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 - CityBook Now1551100500
Mon 25 February5:15pmBeginners - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
No prior experience is necessary for this class; a basic level of fitness is helpful but not essential. Clients are introduced to the equipment, techniques and some basic exercises. Recommended as your first class with Ten or for those of you who would like to practice at a gentler pace - though it's still more than enough of a workout to get those all important endorphins going. 55 mins.
Jennifer 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!

Ten - CityBook Now1551114900
Mon 25 February11:00amPrenatal
Our Prenatal Dynamic Pilates class is a specifically designed, safe pregnancy workout for women in their 2nd and 3rd trimester. Women in their 1st trimester are welcome in our Beginners classes, but please consult with a TenPilates trainer before booking.
Leah 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 - CityBook Now1551092400
Mon 25 February2:15pmTenStretch
London’s first Reformer-based stretch class, TenStretch, uses one the most versatile pieces of exercise equipment available, to enable a deeper, more effective stretch than you could achieve unassisted. Although the class will improve all-round flexibility and mobility, we place specific focus on the problem areas and muscle groups most adversely affected by the muscular imbalances and postural challenges of 21st century living.
No specific level of fitness or experience is required.
Leah 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 - CityBook Now1551104100
Mon 25 February8:15pmIntermediate 45 - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
A step up in pace and intensity, and definitely not for first-timers. Expect a varied and challenging workout with more functional progressions and an emphasis firmly on effort and results. 45 mins.
Jennifer 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!

Ten - CityBook Now1551125700
Mon 25 February1:00pmDynamic Bodyweight Pilates
For Intermediates and above, our Dynamic Bodyweight Pilates class uses the only piece of equipment you’re never without - and it’s designed to adapt. Expect to be pushing, pulling, squatting, lunging, rotating, bending and balancing. Just don’t expect easy. 55 mins.
Aurelie Leonard (Massage)
Aurelie is a French trained Massage Therapist/Physiotherapist. She graduated in 2007 from IFMK in Montpellier, spending the next 7 years working in private practice, giving her a grounding in the management of a wide variety of patients and conditions from sports injuries to chronic musculo-skeletal disorders.

Aurelie is passionate about and excited by adventure, sport and movement. She has travelled extensively, developing her knowledge of holistic medicine, psychology of health and well-being.

While in Thailand she trained in Nuad Boran Thai; a traditional healing treatment that treats pain and diseases related to chronical myo-fascial tensions through pressure on trigger points located along muscle and tendon lines. Whilst there, she also completed her training in reflexology and deep abdomen therapeutic massage.

Aurelie relocated to London in Spring 2015 and joined the TenPhysio team in Hatton Garden as a Sports Massage Therapist. With her extensive knowledge of the human body and her passion for hands on soft tissue work, her patients are in good hands.

In her spare time, she’s a keen runner and climber and enjoys reading, healthy food and promoting projects to protect the environment.

Ten - CityBook Now1551099600
Tue 26 February12:00pmBeginners 45 - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
No prior experience is necessary for this class; a basic level of fitness is helpful but not essential. Clients are introduced to the equipment, techniques and some basic exercises. Recommended as your first class with Ten or for those of you who would like to practice at a gentler pace - though it's still more than enough of a workout to get those all important endorphins going. 45 mins.
Frances Bowden
Frances has had a love for sport as long as she can remember. Running around a hockey field on frosty Sunday mornings aged eight eventually evolved into a degree in Sport and Exercise Science at Loughborough University (though she can still be found running around a hockey field on frosty Sunday mornings).

Over the course of her degree, Frances developed a passion for exercise prescription and lifestyle modification, wanting to help people move better whilst living heathier and happier lives.

Frances enjoys the client journey, focusing on all aspects of exercise, nutrition and lifestyle to achieve the kind of functional and sustainable results that will benefit a client every single day. She works to the needs of the body, developing strength and flexibility whilst identifying and correcting muscular imbalances created by our 21st century lifestyle to minimise the risk of injury.

Frances loves nothing more than proving to someone that they can do something and that, with the right attitude, anyone can achieve anything.

Over the past three years, she has worked with a range of clients from age 16 to late 80s with both clinical and non-clinical backgrounds. She has helped people from all walks of life achieve their goals, whether that’s to return to walking unaided right through to helping clients return to top-level competitive sport.

Dynamic Reformer Pilates adds another string to Frances’ bow and she is passionate about its seemingly unlimited potential for rehab and for developing the building blocks for functional strength training.

Upbeat, encouraging and super-smiley, Frances brings a warmth and infectious enthusiasm to her classes – along with a breadth of technical knowledge and experience.

Ten - CityBook Now1551182400
Tue 26 February6:30pmPhysio-Led Pilates Class
Please note that if you have not been referred to this class by a Trainer, Physiotherapist or Clinician, you'll need to arrange Initial Assessment before booking a class.

In the class you’ll use a combination of equipment and exercises that best suits you, including Reformer, Ladder Barrel, TRX, bosu and much more! Other Physiotherapy techniques such as joint mobilisations, soft tissue release and taping can be included as well.

Everyone can benefit from Physio-led Pilates classes! Whether you are hoping to continue your rehabilitation, have a big event coming up, want to be prepared for surgery or are keen to manage a chronic condition, your needs can be accommodated!

 

Aurelie Leonard (Massage)
Aurelie is a French trained Massage Therapist/Physiotherapist. She graduated in 2007 from IFMK in Montpellier, spending the next 7 years working in private practice, giving her a grounding in the management of a wide variety of patients and conditions from sports injuries to chronic musculo-skeletal disorders.

Aurelie is passionate about and excited by adventure, sport and movement. She has travelled extensively, developing her knowledge of holistic medicine, psychology of health and well-being.

While in Thailand she trained in Nuad Boran Thai; a traditional healing treatment that treats pain and diseases related to chronical myo-fascial tensions through pressure on trigger points located along muscle and tendon lines. Whilst there, she also completed her training in reflexology and deep abdomen therapeutic massage.

Aurelie relocated to London in Spring 2015 and joined the TenPhysio team in Hatton Garden as a Sports Massage Therapist. With her extensive knowledge of the human body and her passion for hands on soft tissue work, her patients are in good hands.

In her spare time, she’s a keen runner and climber and enjoys reading, healthy food and promoting projects to protect the environment.

Ten - CityJoin Waitlist1551205800
Tue 26 February12:45pmIntermediate 45 - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
A step up in pace and intensity, and definitely not for first-timers. Expect a varied and challenging workout with more functional progressions and an emphasis firmly on effort and results. 45 mins.
Leah 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 - CityBook Now1551185100
Tue 26 February11:00amIntermediate - Dynamic Reformer Pilates

A step up in pace and intensity, and definitely not for first-timers. Expect a varied and challenging workout with more functional progressions and an emphasis firmly on effort and results. 55 mins.

Frances Bowden
Frances has had a love for sport as long as she can remember. Running around a hockey field on frosty Sunday mornings aged eight eventually evolved into a degree in Sport and Exercise Science at Loughborough University (though she can still be found running around a hockey field on frosty Sunday mornings).

Over the course of her degree, Frances developed a passion for exercise prescription and lifestyle modification, wanting to help people move better whilst living heathier and happier lives.

Frances enjoys the client journey, focusing on all aspects of exercise, nutrition and lifestyle to achieve the kind of functional and sustainable results that will benefit a client every single day. She works to the needs of the body, developing strength and flexibility whilst identifying and correcting muscular imbalances created by our 21st century lifestyle to minimise the risk of injury.

Frances loves nothing more than proving to someone that they can do something and that, with the right attitude, anyone can achieve anything.

Over the past three years, she has worked with a range of clients from age 16 to late 80s with both clinical and non-clinical backgrounds. She has helped people from all walks of life achieve their goals, whether that’s to return to walking unaided right through to helping clients return to top-level competitive sport.

Dynamic Reformer Pilates adds another string to Frances’ bow and she is passionate about its seemingly unlimited potential for rehab and for developing the building blocks for functional strength training.

Upbeat, encouraging and super-smiley, Frances brings a warmth and infectious enthusiasm to her classes – along with a breadth of technical knowledge and experience.

Ten - CityBook Now1551178800
Tue 26 February1:30pmBeginners - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
No prior experience is necessary for this class; a basic level of fitness is helpful but not essential. Clients are introduced to the equipment, techniques and some basic exercises. Recommended as your first class with Ten or for those of you who would like to practice at a gentler pace - though it's still more than enough of a workout to get those all important endorphins going. 55 mins.
Leah 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 - CityBook Now1551187800
Tue 26 February7:00amBeginners - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
No prior experience is necessary for this class; a basic level of fitness is helpful but not essential. Clients are introduced to the equipment, techniques and some basic exercises. Recommended as your first class with Ten or for those of you who would like to practice at a gentler pace - though it's still more than enough of a workout to get those all important endorphins going. 55 mins.
Leah 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 - CityBook Now1551164400
Tue 26 February8:00amIntermediate - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
A step up in pace and intensity, and definitely not for first-timers. Expect a varied and challenging workout with more functional progressions and an emphasis firmly on effort and results. 55 mins.
Leah 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 - CityBook Now1551168000
Tue 26 February5:15pmAdvanced - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
This Advanced Pilates class is set to push experienced Ten faithfuls to new levels. Not for the inexperienced or unfit. 55 mins.
Frances Bowden
Frances has had a love for sport as long as she can remember. Running around a hockey field on frosty Sunday mornings aged eight eventually evolved into a degree in Sport and Exercise Science at Loughborough University (though she can still be found running around a hockey field on frosty Sunday mornings).

Over the course of her degree, Frances developed a passion for exercise prescription and lifestyle modification, wanting to help people move better whilst living heathier and happier lives.

Frances enjoys the client journey, focusing on all aspects of exercise, nutrition and lifestyle to achieve the kind of functional and sustainable results that will benefit a client every single day. She works to the needs of the body, developing strength and flexibility whilst identifying and correcting muscular imbalances created by our 21st century lifestyle to minimise the risk of injury.

Frances loves nothing more than proving to someone that they can do something and that, with the right attitude, anyone can achieve anything.

Over the past three years, she has worked with a range of clients from age 16 to late 80s with both clinical and non-clinical backgrounds. She has helped people from all walks of life achieve their goals, whether that’s to return to walking unaided right through to helping clients return to top-level competitive sport.

Dynamic Reformer Pilates adds another string to Frances’ bow and she is passionate about its seemingly unlimited potential for rehab and for developing the building blocks for functional strength training.

Upbeat, encouraging and super-smiley, Frances brings a warmth and infectious enthusiasm to her classes – along with a breadth of technical knowledge and experience.

Ten - CityBook Now1551201300
Tue 26 February6:15pmBeginners - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
No prior experience is necessary for this class; a basic level of fitness is helpful but not essential. Clients are introduced to the equipment, techniques and some basic exercises. Recommended as your first class with Ten or for those of you who would like to practice at a gentler pace - though it's still more than enough of a workout to get those all important endorphins going. 55 mins.
Frances Bowden
Frances has had a love for sport as long as she can remember. Running around a hockey field on frosty Sunday mornings aged eight eventually evolved into a degree in Sport and Exercise Science at Loughborough University (though she can still be found running around a hockey field on frosty Sunday mornings).

Over the course of her degree, Frances developed a passion for exercise prescription and lifestyle modification, wanting to help people move better whilst living heathier and happier lives.

Frances enjoys the client journey, focusing on all aspects of exercise, nutrition and lifestyle to achieve the kind of functional and sustainable results that will benefit a client every single day. She works to the needs of the body, developing strength and flexibility whilst identifying and correcting muscular imbalances created by our 21st century lifestyle to minimise the risk of injury.

Frances loves nothing more than proving to someone that they can do something and that, with the right attitude, anyone can achieve anything.

Over the past three years, she has worked with a range of clients from age 16 to late 80s with both clinical and non-clinical backgrounds. She has helped people from all walks of life achieve their goals, whether that’s to return to walking unaided right through to helping clients return to top-level competitive sport.

Dynamic Reformer Pilates adds another string to Frances’ bow and she is passionate about its seemingly unlimited potential for rehab and for developing the building blocks for functional strength training.

Upbeat, encouraging and super-smiley, Frances brings a warmth and infectious enthusiasm to her classes – along with a breadth of technical knowledge and experience.

Ten - CityBook Now1551204900
Tue 26 February7:15pmIntermediate - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
A step up in pace and intensity, and definitely not for first-timers. Expect a varied and challenging workout with more functional progressions and an emphasis firmly on effort and results. 55 mins.
Frances Bowden
Frances has had a love for sport as long as she can remember. Running around a hockey field on frosty Sunday mornings aged eight eventually evolved into a degree in Sport and Exercise Science at Loughborough University (though she can still be found running around a hockey field on frosty Sunday mornings).

Over the course of her degree, Frances developed a passion for exercise prescription and lifestyle modification, wanting to help people move better whilst living heathier and happier lives.

Frances enjoys the client journey, focusing on all aspects of exercise, nutrition and lifestyle to achieve the kind of functional and sustainable results that will benefit a client every single day. She works to the needs of the body, developing strength and flexibility whilst identifying and correcting muscular imbalances created by our 21st century lifestyle to minimise the risk of injury.

Frances loves nothing more than proving to someone that they can do something and that, with the right attitude, anyone can achieve anything.

Over the past three years, she has worked with a range of clients from age 16 to late 80s with both clinical and non-clinical backgrounds. She has helped people from all walks of life achieve their goals, whether that’s to return to walking unaided right through to helping clients return to top-level competitive sport.

Dynamic Reformer Pilates adds another string to Frances’ bow and she is passionate about its seemingly unlimited potential for rehab and for developing the building blocks for functional strength training.

Upbeat, encouraging and super-smiley, Frances brings a warmth and infectious enthusiasm to her classes – along with a breadth of technical knowledge and experience.

Ten - CityBook Now1551208500
Tue 26 February8:15pmBeginners 45 - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
No prior experience is necessary for this class; a basic level of fitness is helpful but not essential. Clients are introduced to the equipment, techniques and some basic exercises. Recommended as your first class with Ten or for those of you who would like to practice at a gentler pace - though it's still more than enough of a workout to get those all important endorphins going. 45 mins.
Frances Bowden
Frances has had a love for sport as long as she can remember. Running around a hockey field on frosty Sunday mornings aged eight eventually evolved into a degree in Sport and Exercise Science at Loughborough University (though she can still be found running around a hockey field on frosty Sunday mornings).

Over the course of her degree, Frances developed a passion for exercise prescription and lifestyle modification, wanting to help people move better whilst living heathier and happier lives.

Frances enjoys the client journey, focusing on all aspects of exercise, nutrition and lifestyle to achieve the kind of functional and sustainable results that will benefit a client every single day. She works to the needs of the body, developing strength and flexibility whilst identifying and correcting muscular imbalances created by our 21st century lifestyle to minimise the risk of injury.

Frances loves nothing more than proving to someone that they can do something and that, with the right attitude, anyone can achieve anything.

Over the past three years, she has worked with a range of clients from age 16 to late 80s with both clinical and non-clinical backgrounds. She has helped people from all walks of life achieve their goals, whether that’s to return to walking unaided right through to helping clients return to top-level competitive sport.

Dynamic Reformer Pilates adds another string to Frances’ bow and she is passionate about its seemingly unlimited potential for rehab and for developing the building blocks for functional strength training.

Upbeat, encouraging and super-smiley, Frances brings a warmth and infectious enthusiasm to her classes – along with a breadth of technical knowledge and experience.

Ten - CityBook Now1551212100
Tue 26 February12:00pmPhysio-Led Pilates Class
Please note that if you have not been referred to this class by a Trainer, Physiotherapist or Clinician, you'll need to arrange Initial Assessment before booking a class.

In the class you’ll use a combination of equipment and exercises that best suits you, including Reformer, Ladder Barrel, TRX, bosu and much more! Other Physiotherapy techniques such as joint mobilisations, soft tissue release and taping can be included as well.

Everyone can benefit from Physio-led Pilates classes! Whether you are hoping to continue your rehabilitation, have a big event coming up, want to be prepared for surgery or are keen to manage a chronic condition, your needs can be accommodated!

 

Elle Rich (Physio)
Elle’s Physiotherapy background gives her an edge in understanding movement and pathology. She takes this knowledge with her into every class she teaches. She loves a detailed explanation of any aches and pains so that she can keep an extra close eye on your form and address these in the structure of her class.

She has completed a number of courses and has extensive Pilates and functional exercise rehabilitation experience. Elle has played most sports so has a sound understanding of form and requirements. She particularly enjoys working together with motivated clients to achieve their goals and sharing their success

In her free time Elle likes go to the gym, yoga, Pilates and dance classes

Ten - CityBook Now1551182400
Wed 27 February7:00amIntermediate - Dynamic Reformer Pilates

A step up in pace and intensity, and definitely not for first-timers. Expect a varied and challenging workout with more functional progressions and an emphasis firmly on effort and results. 55 mins.

Melissa James
Melissa has been dancing for about as long as she could walk, starting with Tap lessons at the age of four.

Her dedication from such a young age eventually paid off as he was taken on as a professional dancer for New Zealand’s top entertainment company, Diamond. She went on to spend seven years performing with Diamond, where her credits included New Zealand’s X-Factor and The Real Housewives of Auckland, alongside numerous sporting events and music videos.

During this time, she also studied at the University of Auckland to complete her Bachelor’s Degree in Dance Studies, where she focused on dance education and developed a passion to teach others.

Having spent many years swept up in the world of dance both professionally and educationally, it’s no surprise that she discovered Barre in 2014 and quickly began teaching Barre in her home country, New Zealand. Now that she’s settled into London it’s all about TenBarre.

Having previously used Pilates to support her own post injury rehab, she’s also a big advocate of it’s benefits. She’s adamant that Pilates should be a part of everybody’s fitness regime – alongside Barre, of course – and that’s why Ten is the perfect place for her to continue pass on her breadth of Barre expertise.

Whatever the workout, she believes that our bodies were made to move, and she loves helping anyone of any age, shape, ability and background find enjoyment in movement.

When she’s not teaching Barre classes at Ten, Melissa enjoys leading a busy life, which often includes soaking up West End shows, live music and dancing, of course!

Ten - CityBook Now1551250800
Wed 27 February8:00amTenHiiT
Ten HIIT is an exciting and dynamic circuit based workout. Taking the best from High Intensity Interval Training, Circuits, Boxing and Strength training, our expert trainers are sure to get your heart and body temperature up for these 45 minute sessions.

No prior experience is needed, as we will work to challenge everyone in these small group sessions to maximise results and improve overall fitness.
 
The aim is to fatigue the muscles and challenge the body.
It’s a gym workout not a Pilates class, so please remember to bring your training shoes.
 
Please note, this is an intense and demanding class and you should not attend if you are injured.
Claire Carmichael
Up until a couple of years ago, Claire was a fitness ‘weekend warrior’. She spent her working day deskbound, hitting the gym in any free time that she could find, loving the feeling of escaping the daily stresses and focusing her mind on getting stronger and fitter.

Wanting a change of direction and lifestyle, Claire made the decision to turn her passion into her career, and hasn’t looked back since. She is a Level 3 qualified personal trainer, working with clients in a one on one environment, and also teaching classes to small groups of people, with a focus on fun and fitness.

Having also recently undertaken a qualification in sports massage, Claire focuses heavily on assessing and correcting poor posture caused by the pressures of modern life, while also increasing strength and fitness levels. Mobility plays a big part in her sessions – and also in my own training regime – as it is such an important factor in restoring flexibility and correct movement patterns.

Claire is an advocate of introducing weight training into everyone’s routines, as much for general health benefits as for specific strength and weight loss goals. It is essential for good form and technique, even with the smallest of weights, and for she teaches this over everything.

She has chosen to teach HIIT because she believes it’s a great way to challenge and enjoy yourself – two reasons why it always has a place in her own training schedule.

Claire is currently preparing to compete in a fitness modelling competition, so in her spare time, she can be found doing plenty of research into bodybuilding, in the gym or socialising.

Ten - CityBook Now1551254400
Wed 27 February8:00amBeginners - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
No prior experience is necessary for this class; a basic level of fitness is helpful but not essential. Clients are introduced to the equipment, techniques and some basic exercises. Recommended as your first class with Ten or for those of you who would like to practice at a gentler pace - though it's still more than enough of a workout to get those all important endorphins going. 55 mins.
Melissa James
Melissa has been dancing for about as long as she could walk, starting with Tap lessons at the age of four.

Her dedication from such a young age eventually paid off as he was taken on as a professional dancer for New Zealand’s top entertainment company, Diamond. She went on to spend seven years performing with Diamond, where her credits included New Zealand’s X-Factor and The Real Housewives of Auckland, alongside numerous sporting events and music videos.

During this time, she also studied at the University of Auckland to complete her Bachelor’s Degree in Dance Studies, where she focused on dance education and developed a passion to teach others.

Having spent many years swept up in the world of dance both professionally and educationally, it’s no surprise that she discovered Barre in 2014 and quickly began teaching Barre in her home country, New Zealand. Now that she’s settled into London it’s all about TenBarre.

Having previously used Pilates to support her own post injury rehab, she’s also a big advocate of it’s benefits. She’s adamant that Pilates should be a part of everybody’s fitness regime – alongside Barre, of course – and that’s why Ten is the perfect place for her to continue pass on her breadth of Barre expertise.

Whatever the workout, she believes that our bodies were made to move, and she loves helping anyone of any age, shape, ability and background find enjoyment in movement.

When she’s not teaching Barre classes at Ten, Melissa enjoys leading a busy life, which often includes soaking up West End shows, live music and dancing, of course!

Ten - CityBook Now1551254400
Wed 27 February12:00pmPhysio-Led Pilates Class
Please note that if you have not been referred to this class by a Trainer, Physiotherapist or Clinician, you'll need to arrange Initial Assessment before booking a class.

In the class you’ll use a combination of equipment and exercises that best suits you, including Reformer, Ladder Barrel, TRX, bosu and much more! Other Physiotherapy techniques such as joint mobilisations, soft tissue release and taping can be included as well.

Everyone can benefit from Physio-led Pilates classes! Whether you are hoping to continue your rehabilitation, have a big event coming up, want to be prepared for surgery or are keen to manage a chronic condition, your needs can be accommodated!

 

Sarah Evans (nee Cowderoy) (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.

Ten - CityBook Now1551268800
Wed 27 February8:15pmIntermediate 45 - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
A step up in pace and intensity, and definitely not for first-timers. Expect a varied and challenging workout with more functional progressions and an emphasis firmly on effort and results. 45 mins.
Leah 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 - CityBook Now1551298500
Wed 27 February1:15pmBeginners - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
No prior experience is necessary for this class; a basic level of fitness is helpful but not essential. Clients are introduced to the equipment, techniques and some basic exercises. Recommended as your first class with Ten or for those of you who would like to practice at a gentler pace - though it's still more than enough of a workout to get those all important endorphins going. 55 mins.
Leah 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 - CityBook Now1551273300
Wed 27 February2:15pmTenStretch
London’s first Reformer-based stretch class, TenStretch, uses one the most versatile pieces of exercise equipment available, to enable a deeper, more effective stretch than you could achieve unassisted. Although the class will improve all-round flexibility and mobility, we place specific focus on the problem areas and muscle groups most adversely affected by the muscular imbalances and postural challenges of 21st century living.
No specific level of fitness or experience is required.
Aurelie Leonard (Massage)
Aurelie is a French trained Massage Therapist/Physiotherapist. She graduated in 2007 from IFMK in Montpellier, spending the next 7 years working in private practice, giving her a grounding in the management of a wide variety of patients and conditions from sports injuries to chronic musculo-skeletal disorders.

Aurelie is passionate about and excited by adventure, sport and movement. She has travelled extensively, developing her knowledge of holistic medicine, psychology of health and well-being.

While in Thailand she trained in Nuad Boran Thai; a traditional healing treatment that treats pain and diseases related to chronical myo-fascial tensions through pressure on trigger points located along muscle and tendon lines. Whilst there, she also completed her training in reflexology and deep abdomen therapeutic massage.

Aurelie relocated to London in Spring 2015 and joined the TenPhysio team in Hatton Garden as a Sports Massage Therapist. With her extensive knowledge of the human body and her passion for hands on soft tissue work, her patients are in good hands.

In her spare time, she’s a keen runner and climber and enjoys reading, healthy food and promoting projects to protect the environment.

Ten - CityBook Now1551276900
Wed 27 February5:15pmBeginners - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
No prior experience is necessary for this class; a basic level of fitness is helpful but not essential. Clients are introduced to the equipment, techniques and some basic exercises. Recommended as your first class with Ten or for those of you who would like to practice at a gentler pace - though it's still more than enough of a workout to get those all important endorphins going. 55 mins.
Leah 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 - CityBook Now1551287700
Wed 27 February6:00pmTenHiiT
Ten HIIT is an exciting and dynamic circuit based workout. Taking the best from High Intensity Interval Training, Circuits, Boxing and Strength training, our expert trainers are sure to get your heart and body temperature up for these 45 minute sessions.

No prior experience is needed, as we will work to challenge everyone in these small group sessions to maximise results and improve overall fitness.
 
The aim is to fatigue the muscles and challenge the body.
It’s a gym workout not a Pilates class, so please remember to bring your training shoes.
 
Please note, this is an intense and demanding class and you should not attend if you are injured.
Brian HanleyTen - CityBook Now1551290400
Wed 27 February6:15pmIntermediate - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
A step up in pace and intensity, and definitely not for first-timers. Expect a varied and challenging workout with more functional progressions and an emphasis firmly on effort and results. 55 mins.
Leah 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 - CityBook Now1551291300
Wed 27 February6:45pmTenHiiT
Ten HIIT is an exciting and dynamic circuit based workout. Taking the best from High Intensity Interval Training, Circuits, Boxing and Strength training, our expert trainers are sure to get your heart and body temperature up for these 45 minute sessions.

No prior experience is needed, as we will work to challenge everyone in these small group sessions to maximise results and improve overall fitness.
 
The aim is to fatigue the muscles and challenge the body.
It’s a gym workout not a Pilates class, so please remember to bring your training shoes.
 
Please note, this is an intense and demanding class and you should not attend if you are injured.
Brian HanleyTen - CityBook Now1551293100
Wed 27 February7:15pmBeginners - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
No prior experience is necessary for this class; a basic level of fitness is helpful but not essential. Clients are introduced to the equipment, techniques and some basic exercises. Recommended as your first class with Ten or for those of you who would like to practice at a gentler pace - though it's still more than enough of a workout to get those all important endorphins going. 55 mins.
Leah 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 - CityBook Now1551294900
Wed 27 February11:15amBeginners - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
No prior experience is necessary for this class; a basic level of fitness is helpful but not essential. Clients are introduced to the equipment, techniques and some basic exercises. Recommended as your first class with Ten or for those of you who would like to practice at a gentler pace - though it's still more than enough of a workout to get those all important endorphins going. 55 mins.
Aurelie Leonard (Massage)
Aurelie is a French trained Massage Therapist/Physiotherapist. She graduated in 2007 from IFMK in Montpellier, spending the next 7 years working in private practice, giving her a grounding in the management of a wide variety of patients and conditions from sports injuries to chronic musculo-skeletal disorders.

Aurelie is passionate about and excited by adventure, sport and movement. She has travelled extensively, developing her knowledge of holistic medicine, psychology of health and well-being.

While in Thailand she trained in Nuad Boran Thai; a traditional healing treatment that treats pain and diseases related to chronical myo-fascial tensions through pressure on trigger points located along muscle and tendon lines. Whilst there, she also completed her training in reflexology and deep abdomen therapeutic massage.

Aurelie relocated to London in Spring 2015 and joined the TenPhysio team in Hatton Garden as a Sports Massage Therapist. With her extensive knowledge of the human body and her passion for hands on soft tissue work, her patients are in good hands.

In her spare time, she’s a keen runner and climber and enjoys reading, healthy food and promoting projects to protect the environment.

Ten - CityBook Now1551266100
Wed 27 February12:15pmIntermediate - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
A step up in pace and intensity, and definitely not for first-timers. Expect a varied and challenging workout with more functional progressions and an emphasis firmly on effort and results. 55 mins.
Aurelie Leonard (Massage)
Aurelie is a French trained Massage Therapist/Physiotherapist. She graduated in 2007 from IFMK in Montpellier, spending the next 7 years working in private practice, giving her a grounding in the management of a wide variety of patients and conditions from sports injuries to chronic musculo-skeletal disorders.

Aurelie is passionate about and excited by adventure, sport and movement. She has travelled extensively, developing her knowledge of holistic medicine, psychology of health and well-being.

While in Thailand she trained in Nuad Boran Thai; a traditional healing treatment that treats pain and diseases related to chronical myo-fascial tensions through pressure on trigger points located along muscle and tendon lines. Whilst there, she also completed her training in reflexology and deep abdomen therapeutic massage.

Aurelie relocated to London in Spring 2015 and joined the TenPhysio team in Hatton Garden as a Sports Massage Therapist. With her extensive knowledge of the human body and her passion for hands on soft tissue work, her patients are in good hands.

In her spare time, she’s a keen runner and climber and enjoys reading, healthy food and promoting projects to protect the environment.

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Thu 28 February12:00pmPhysio-Led Pilates Class
Please note that if you have not been referred to this class by a Trainer, Physiotherapist or Clinician, you'll need to arrange Initial Assessment before booking a class.

In the class you’ll use a combination of equipment and exercises that best suits you, including Reformer, Ladder Barrel, TRX, bosu and much more! Other Physiotherapy techniques such as joint mobilisations, soft tissue release and taping can be included as well.

Everyone can benefit from Physio-led Pilates classes! Whether you are hoping to continue your rehabilitation, have a big event coming up, want to be prepared for surgery or are keen to manage a chronic condition, your needs can be accommodated!

 

Elle Rich (Physio)
Elle’s Physiotherapy background gives her an edge in understanding movement and pathology. She takes this knowledge with her into every class she teaches. She loves a detailed explanation of any aches and pains so that she can keep an extra close eye on your form and address these in the structure of her class.

She has completed a number of courses and has extensive Pilates and functional exercise rehabilitation experience. Elle has played most sports so has a sound understanding of form and requirements. She particularly enjoys working together with motivated clients to achieve their goals and sharing their success

In her free time Elle likes go to the gym, yoga, Pilates and dance classes

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Thu 28 February7:00amTenHiiT
Ten HIIT is an exciting and dynamic circuit based workout. Taking the best from High Intensity Interval Training, Circuits, Boxing and Strength training, our expert trainers are sure to get your heart and body temperature up for these 45 minute sessions.

No prior experience is needed, as we will work to challenge everyone in these small group sessions to maximise results and improve overall fitness.
 
The aim is to fatigue the muscles and challenge the body.
It’s a gym workout not a Pilates class, so please remember to bring your training shoes.
 
Please note, this is an intense and demanding class and you should not attend if you are injured.
Claire Carmichael
Up until a couple of years ago, Claire was a fitness ‘weekend warrior’. She spent her working day deskbound, hitting the gym in any free time that she could find, loving the feeling of escaping the daily stresses and focusing her mind on getting stronger and fitter.

Wanting a change of direction and lifestyle, Claire made the decision to turn her passion into her career, and hasn’t looked back since. She is a Level 3 qualified personal trainer, working with clients in a one on one environment, and also teaching classes to small groups of people, with a focus on fun and fitness.

Having also recently undertaken a qualification in sports massage, Claire focuses heavily on assessing and correcting poor posture caused by the pressures of modern life, while also increasing strength and fitness levels. Mobility plays a big part in her sessions – and also in my own training regime – as it is such an important factor in restoring flexibility and correct movement patterns.

Claire is an advocate of introducing weight training into everyone’s routines, as much for general health benefits as for specific strength and weight loss goals. It is essential for good form and technique, even with the smallest of weights, and for she teaches this over everything.

She has chosen to teach HIIT because she believes it’s a great way to challenge and enjoy yourself – two reasons why it always has a place in her own training schedule.

Claire is currently preparing to compete in a fitness modelling competition, so in her spare time, she can be found doing plenty of research into bodybuilding, in the gym or socialising.

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Thu 28 February7:45amTenHiiT
Ten HIIT is an exciting and dynamic circuit based workout. Taking the best from High Intensity Interval Training, Circuits, Boxing and Strength training, our expert trainers are sure to get your heart and body temperature up for these 45 minute sessions.

No prior experience is needed, as we will work to challenge everyone in these small group sessions to maximise results and improve overall fitness.
 
The aim is to fatigue the muscles and challenge the body.
It’s a gym workout not a Pilates class, so please remember to bring your training shoes.
 
Please note, this is an intense and demanding class and you should not attend if you are injured.
Claire Carmichael
Up until a couple of years ago, Claire was a fitness ‘weekend warrior’. She spent her working day deskbound, hitting the gym in any free time that she could find, loving the feeling of escaping the daily stresses and focusing her mind on getting stronger and fitter.

Wanting a change of direction and lifestyle, Claire made the decision to turn her passion into her career, and hasn’t looked back since. She is a Level 3 qualified personal trainer, working with clients in a one on one environment, and also teaching classes to small groups of people, with a focus on fun and fitness.

Having also recently undertaken a qualification in sports massage, Claire focuses heavily on assessing and correcting poor posture caused by the pressures of modern life, while also increasing strength and fitness levels. Mobility plays a big part in her sessions – and also in my own training regime – as it is such an important factor in restoring flexibility and correct movement patterns.

Claire is an advocate of introducing weight training into everyone’s routines, as much for general health benefits as for specific strength and weight loss goals. It is essential for good form and technique, even with the smallest of weights, and for she teaches this over everything.

She has chosen to teach HIIT because she believes it’s a great way to challenge and enjoy yourself – two reasons why it always has a place in her own training schedule.

Claire is currently preparing to compete in a fitness modelling competition, so in her spare time, she can be found doing plenty of research into bodybuilding, in the gym or socialising.

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Thu 28 February11:00amPrenatal
Our Prenatal Dynamic Pilates class is a specifically designed, safe pregnancy workout for women in their 2nd and 3rd trimester. Women in their 1st trimester are welcome in our Beginners classes, but please consult with a TenPilates trainer before booking.
Leah 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 28 February12:00pmBeginners 45 - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
No prior experience is necessary for this class; a basic level of fitness is helpful but not essential. Clients are introduced to the equipment, techniques and some basic exercises. Recommended as your first class with Ten or for those of you who would like to practice at a gentler pace - though it's still more than enough of a workout to get those all important endorphins going. 45 mins.
Leah 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 28 February12:45pmIntermediate 45 - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
A step up in pace and intensity, and definitely not for first-timers. Expect a varied and challenging workout with more functional progressions and an emphasis firmly on effort and results. 45 mins.
Leah 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 28 February1:30pmBeginners - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
No prior experience is necessary for this class; a basic level of fitness is helpful but not essential. Clients are introduced to the equipment, techniques and some basic exercises. Recommended as your first class with Ten or for those of you who would like to practice at a gentler pace - though it's still more than enough of a workout to get those all important endorphins going. 55 mins.
Leah 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 28 February7:00amBeginners - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
No prior experience is necessary for this class; a basic level of fitness is helpful but not essential. Clients are introduced to the equipment, techniques and some basic exercises. Recommended as your first class with Ten or for those of you who would like to practice at a gentler pace - though it's still more than enough of a workout to get those all important endorphins going. 55 mins.
Elle Rich (Physio)
Elle’s Physiotherapy background gives her an edge in understanding movement and pathology. She takes this knowledge with her into every class she teaches. She loves a detailed explanation of any aches and pains so that she can keep an extra close eye on your form and address these in the structure of her class.

She has completed a number of courses and has extensive Pilates and functional exercise rehabilitation experience. Elle has played most sports so has a sound understanding of form and requirements. She particularly enjoys working together with motivated clients to achieve their goals and sharing their success

In her free time Elle likes go to the gym, yoga, Pilates and dance classes

Ten - CityBook Now1551337200
Thu 28 February8:00amIntermediate - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
A step up in pace and intensity, and definitely not for first-timers. Expect a varied and challenging workout with more functional progressions and an emphasis firmly on effort and results. 55 mins.
Elle Rich (Physio)
Elle’s Physiotherapy background gives her an edge in understanding movement and pathology. She takes this knowledge with her into every class she teaches. She loves a detailed explanation of any aches and pains so that she can keep an extra close eye on your form and address these in the structure of her class.

She has completed a number of courses and has extensive Pilates and functional exercise rehabilitation experience. Elle has played most sports so has a sound understanding of form and requirements. She particularly enjoys working together with motivated clients to achieve their goals and sharing their success

In her free time Elle likes go to the gym, yoga, Pilates and dance classes

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Thu 28 February5:15pmIntermediate - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
A step up in pace and intensity, and definitely not for first-timers. Expect a varied and challenging workout with more functional progressions and an emphasis firmly on effort and results. 55 mins.
Leah 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 28 February6:15pmBeginners - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
No prior experience is necessary for this class; a basic level of fitness is helpful but not essential. Clients are introduced to the equipment, techniques and some basic exercises. Recommended as your first class with Ten or for those of you who would like to practice at a gentler pace - though it's still more than enough of a workout to get those all important endorphins going. 55 mins.
Frances Bowden
Frances has had a love for sport as long as she can remember. Running around a hockey field on frosty Sunday mornings aged eight eventually evolved into a degree in Sport and Exercise Science at Loughborough University (though she can still be found running around a hockey field on frosty Sunday mornings).

Over the course of her degree, Frances developed a passion for exercise prescription and lifestyle modification, wanting to help people move better whilst living heathier and happier lives.

Frances enjoys the client journey, focusing on all aspects of exercise, nutrition and lifestyle to achieve the kind of functional and sustainable results that will benefit a client every single day. She works to the needs of the body, developing strength and flexibility whilst identifying and correcting muscular imbalances created by our 21st century lifestyle to minimise the risk of injury.

Frances loves nothing more than proving to someone that they can do something and that, with the right attitude, anyone can achieve anything.

Over the past three years, she has worked with a range of clients from age 16 to late 80s with both clinical and non-clinical backgrounds. She has helped people from all walks of life achieve their goals, whether that’s to return to walking unaided right through to helping clients return to top-level competitive sport.

Dynamic Reformer Pilates adds another string to Frances’ bow and she is passionate about its seemingly unlimited potential for rehab and for developing the building blocks for functional strength training.

Upbeat, encouraging and super-smiley, Frances brings a warmth and infectious enthusiasm to her classes – along with a breadth of technical knowledge and experience.

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Thu 28 February7:15pmIntermediate - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
A step up in pace and intensity, and definitely not for first-timers. Expect a varied and challenging workout with more functional progressions and an emphasis firmly on effort and results. 55 mins.
Frances Bowden
Frances has had a love for sport as long as she can remember. Running around a hockey field on frosty Sunday mornings aged eight eventually evolved into a degree in Sport and Exercise Science at Loughborough University (though she can still be found running around a hockey field on frosty Sunday mornings).

Over the course of her degree, Frances developed a passion for exercise prescription and lifestyle modification, wanting to help people move better whilst living heathier and happier lives.

Frances enjoys the client journey, focusing on all aspects of exercise, nutrition and lifestyle to achieve the kind of functional and sustainable results that will benefit a client every single day. She works to the needs of the body, developing strength and flexibility whilst identifying and correcting muscular imbalances created by our 21st century lifestyle to minimise the risk of injury.

Frances loves nothing more than proving to someone that they can do something and that, with the right attitude, anyone can achieve anything.

Over the past three years, she has worked with a range of clients from age 16 to late 80s with both clinical and non-clinical backgrounds. She has helped people from all walks of life achieve their goals, whether that’s to return to walking unaided right through to helping clients return to top-level competitive sport.

Dynamic Reformer Pilates adds another string to Frances’ bow and she is passionate about its seemingly unlimited potential for rehab and for developing the building blocks for functional strength training.

Upbeat, encouraging and super-smiley, Frances brings a warmth and infectious enthusiasm to her classes – along with a breadth of technical knowledge and experience.

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Thu 28 February8:15pmBeginners 45 - Dynamic Reformer Pilates
No prior experience is necessary for this class; a basic level of fitness is helpful but not essential. Clients are introduced to the equipment, techniques and some basic exercises. Recommended as your first class with Ten or for those of you who would like to practice at a gentler pace - though it's still more than enough of a workout to get those all important endorphins going. 45 mins.
Frances Bowden
Frances has had a love for sport as long as she can remember. Running around a hockey field on frosty Sunday mornings aged eight eventually evolved into a degree in Sport and Exercise Science at Loughborough University (though she can still be found running around a hockey field on frosty Sunday mornings).

Over the course of her degree, Frances developed a passion for exercise prescription and lifestyle modification, wanting to help people move better whilst living heathier and happier lives.

Frances enjoys the client journey, focusing on all aspects of exercise, nutrition and lifestyle to achieve the kind of functional and sustainable results that will benefit a client every single day. She works to the needs of the body, developing strength and flexibility whilst identifying and correcting muscular imbalances created by our 21st century lifestyle to minimise the risk of injury.

Frances loves nothing more than proving to someone that they can do something and that, with the right attitude, anyone can achieve anything.

Over the past three years, she has worked with a range of clients from age 16 to late 80s with both clinical and non-clinical backgrounds. She has helped people from all walks of life achieve their goals, whether that’s to return to walking unaided right through to helping clients return to top-level competitive sport.

Dynamic Reformer Pilates adds another string to Frances’ bow and she is passionate about its seemingly unlimited potential for rehab and for developing the building blocks for functional strength training.

Upbeat, encouraging and super-smiley, Frances brings a warmth and infectious enthusiasm to her classes – along with a breadth of technical knowledge and experience.

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Thu 28 February6:30pmPhysio-Led Pilates Class
Please note that if you have not been referred to this class by a Trainer, Physiotherapist or Clinician, you'll need to arrange Initial Assessment before booking a class.

In the class you’ll use a combination of equipment and exercises that best suits you, including Reformer, Ladder Barrel, TRX, bosu and much more! Other Physiotherapy techniques such as joint mobilisations, soft tissue release and taping can be included as well.

Everyone can benefit from Physio-led Pilates classes! Whether you are hoping to continue your rehabilitation, have a big event coming up, want to be prepared for surgery or are keen to manage a chronic condition, your needs can be accommodated!

 

Sarah Evans (nee Cowderoy) (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 28 February1:00pmTenHiiT
Ten HIIT is an exciting and dynamic circuit based workout. Taking the best from High Intensity Interval Training, Circuits, Boxing and Strength training, our expert trainers are sure to get your heart and body temperature up for these 45 minute sessions.

No prior experience is needed, as we will work to challenge everyone in these small group sessions to maximise results and improve overall fitness.
 
The aim is to fatigue the muscles and challenge the body.
It’s a gym workout not a Pilates class, so please remember to bring your training shoes.
 
Please note, this is an intense and demanding class and you should not attend if you are injured.
Claire Carmichael
Up until a couple of years ago, Claire was a fitness ‘weekend warrior’. She spent her working day deskbound, hitting the gym in any free time that she could find, loving the feeling of escaping the daily stresses and focusing her mind on getting stronger and fitter.

Wanting a change of direction and lifestyle, Claire made the decision to turn her passion into her career, and hasn’t looked back since. She is a Level 3 qualified personal trainer, working with clients in a one on one environment, and also teaching classes to small groups of people, with a focus on fun and fitness.

Having also recently undertaken a qualification in sports massage, Claire focuses heavily on assessing and correcting poor posture caused by the pressures of modern life, while also increasing strength and fitness levels. Mobility plays a big part in her sessions – and also in my own training regime – as it is such an important factor in restoring flexibility and correct movement patterns.

Claire is an advocate of introducing weight training into everyone’s routines, as much for general health benefits as for specific strength and weight loss goals. It is essential for good form and technique, even with the smallest of weights, and for she teaches this over everything.

She has chosen to teach HIIT because she believes it’s a great way to challenge and enjoy yourself – two reasons why it always has a place in her own training schedule.

Claire is currently preparing to compete in a fitness modelling competition, so in her spare time, she can be found doing plenty of research into bodybuilding, in the gym or socialising.

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