Class Timetable

Classes from 12 May, 2021 to 19 May, 2021
            
DateTimeClassInstructorLocationAvailability
Tue 18 May8:00amIntermediate 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.
Carys Ward
Carys was born in New Zealand and has always been extremely passionate about health, wellness, and the human body. A motto that she lives by is ‘practice what you preach’ and in her spare time you will find her running, hiking, doing high intensity interval training (HiiT) and getting involved in team sports.

With a background in athletics (she was team captain at provincial level), netball, and touch rugby prior she holds a degree in Exercise Science, and a Postgraduate Diploma and Masters in Clinical Exercise Physiology from The University of Auckland.

Whilst completing her Postgraduate Diploma and Masters, Carys accumulated over 600 hours experience working within The University of Auckland Health and Rehabilitation Clinic. This enabled her to work professionally with a variety of patients presenting with a wide range of health conditions (including Cardiovascular, haematological, musculoskeletal, metabolic, neurological, and pulmonary) within a clinical yet adaptive setting.

Carys is a firm believer in ‘Exercise is Medicine’ as a fundamental element that boosts not only physical health, but also mental, and emotional wellbeing.

Carys is always committed to assisting her clients in achieving a healthier lifestyle and meeting their fitness goals through enjoyable, personalised and evidence-based practice (combining both testing and exercise prescription). She is also extremely eager to continue learning and enhancing her knowledge and skills, to create the most appropriate and beneficial programmes for her clients.

For Carys, what makes Reformer Pilates so beneficial as an exercise practice is that it incorporates stretching, loading and corrective components without putting too much pressure on weight bearing joints. She was particularly drawn to join the Ten team because of a shared set of beliefs and goals, and because of Ten’s Circle of Care – an integrated and collaborative team of allied health professionals working closely together with each client’s best interests at its heart.

Having endured her share of sporting injuries and undergone knee surgery, she is acutely aware of the mental and physical impact of injuries and setbacks and training goals, and knowledgeable about modifying exercise programs to assist in rehabilitation whilst still supporting clients’ journeys towards their health and fitness goals.

Ten - FitzroviaBook Now1621321200
Wed 19 May6:00pmBeginners 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.
Carys Ward
Carys was born in New Zealand and has always been extremely passionate about health, wellness, and the human body. A motto that she lives by is ‘practice what you preach’ and in her spare time you will find her running, hiking, doing high intensity interval training (HiiT) and getting involved in team sports.

With a background in athletics (she was team captain at provincial level), netball, and touch rugby prior she holds a degree in Exercise Science, and a Postgraduate Diploma and Masters in Clinical Exercise Physiology from The University of Auckland.

Whilst completing her Postgraduate Diploma and Masters, Carys accumulated over 600 hours experience working within The University of Auckland Health and Rehabilitation Clinic. This enabled her to work professionally with a variety of patients presenting with a wide range of health conditions (including Cardiovascular, haematological, musculoskeletal, metabolic, neurological, and pulmonary) within a clinical yet adaptive setting.

Carys is a firm believer in ‘Exercise is Medicine’ as a fundamental element that boosts not only physical health, but also mental, and emotional wellbeing.

Carys is always committed to assisting her clients in achieving a healthier lifestyle and meeting their fitness goals through enjoyable, personalised and evidence-based practice (combining both testing and exercise prescription). She is also extremely eager to continue learning and enhancing her knowledge and skills, to create the most appropriate and beneficial programmes for her clients.

For Carys, what makes Reformer Pilates so beneficial as an exercise practice is that it incorporates stretching, loading and corrective components without putting too much pressure on weight bearing joints. She was particularly drawn to join the Ten team because of a shared set of beliefs and goals, and because of Ten’s Circle of Care – an integrated and collaborative team of allied health professionals working closely together with each client’s best interests at its heart.

Having endured her share of sporting injuries and undergone knee surgery, she is acutely aware of the mental and physical impact of injuries and setbacks and training goals, and knowledgeable about modifying exercise programs to assist in rehabilitation whilst still supporting clients’ journeys towards their health and fitness goals.

Ten - FitzroviaBook Now1621443600
Wed 19 May7:00pmIntermediate 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.
Carys Ward
Carys was born in New Zealand and has always been extremely passionate about health, wellness, and the human body. A motto that she lives by is ‘practice what you preach’ and in her spare time you will find her running, hiking, doing high intensity interval training (HiiT) and getting involved in team sports.

With a background in athletics (she was team captain at provincial level), netball, and touch rugby prior she holds a degree in Exercise Science, and a Postgraduate Diploma and Masters in Clinical Exercise Physiology from The University of Auckland.

Whilst completing her Postgraduate Diploma and Masters, Carys accumulated over 600 hours experience working within The University of Auckland Health and Rehabilitation Clinic. This enabled her to work professionally with a variety of patients presenting with a wide range of health conditions (including Cardiovascular, haematological, musculoskeletal, metabolic, neurological, and pulmonary) within a clinical yet adaptive setting.

Carys is a firm believer in ‘Exercise is Medicine’ as a fundamental element that boosts not only physical health, but also mental, and emotional wellbeing.

Carys is always committed to assisting her clients in achieving a healthier lifestyle and meeting their fitness goals through enjoyable, personalised and evidence-based practice (combining both testing and exercise prescription). She is also extremely eager to continue learning and enhancing her knowledge and skills, to create the most appropriate and beneficial programmes for her clients.

For Carys, what makes Reformer Pilates so beneficial as an exercise practice is that it incorporates stretching, loading and corrective components without putting too much pressure on weight bearing joints. She was particularly drawn to join the Ten team because of a shared set of beliefs and goals, and because of Ten’s Circle of Care – an integrated and collaborative team of allied health professionals working closely together with each client’s best interests at its heart.

Having endured her share of sporting injuries and undergone knee surgery, she is acutely aware of the mental and physical impact of injuries and setbacks and training goals, and knowledgeable about modifying exercise programs to assist in rehabilitation whilst still supporting clients’ journeys towards their health and fitness goals.

Ten - FitzroviaBook Now1621447200
Wed 19 May1:00pmIntermediate 45min - 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.
Carys Ward
Carys was born in New Zealand and has always been extremely passionate about health, wellness, and the human body. A motto that she lives by is ‘practice what you preach’ and in her spare time you will find her running, hiking, doing high intensity interval training (HiiT) and getting involved in team sports.

With a background in athletics (she was team captain at provincial level), netball, and touch rugby prior she holds a degree in Exercise Science, and a Postgraduate Diploma and Masters in Clinical Exercise Physiology from The University of Auckland.

Whilst completing her Postgraduate Diploma and Masters, Carys accumulated over 600 hours experience working within The University of Auckland Health and Rehabilitation Clinic. This enabled her to work professionally with a variety of patients presenting with a wide range of health conditions (including Cardiovascular, haematological, musculoskeletal, metabolic, neurological, and pulmonary) within a clinical yet adaptive setting.

Carys is a firm believer in ‘Exercise is Medicine’ as a fundamental element that boosts not only physical health, but also mental, and emotional wellbeing.

Carys is always committed to assisting her clients in achieving a healthier lifestyle and meeting their fitness goals through enjoyable, personalised and evidence-based practice (combining both testing and exercise prescription). She is also extremely eager to continue learning and enhancing her knowledge and skills, to create the most appropriate and beneficial programmes for her clients.

For Carys, what makes Reformer Pilates so beneficial as an exercise practice is that it incorporates stretching, loading and corrective components without putting too much pressure on weight bearing joints. She was particularly drawn to join the Ten team because of a shared set of beliefs and goals, and because of Ten’s Circle of Care – an integrated and collaborative team of allied health professionals working closely together with each client’s best interests at its heart.

Having endured her share of sporting injuries and undergone knee surgery, she is acutely aware of the mental and physical impact of injuries and setbacks and training goals, and knowledgeable about modifying exercise programs to assist in rehabilitation whilst still supporting clients’ journeys towards their health and fitness goals.

Ten - FitzroviaBook Now1621425600