11/11/20 Wednesday 19:00 Pilates for runners with Emily

SKU 134619
£7.50
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Join us for a LIVE online Pilates class via zoom or receive this class recording for 7 days to complete at your leisure.

If you have not done so already, please complete the online Registration Form found here prior to completing the class.

This class is for runners of all levels, with a focus on injury prevention and performance enhancement. Pilates for runners focuses on improving specific posture control, core strength and flexibility. The class aims to reduce the occurrence of, and aid recovery from the most common running injuries (including patellofemoral pain, ITB syndrome, tibial stress syndrome, plantar fasciitis and Achilles tendinopathy).

All you will need is some floor space, a small towel or cushion to use as a head support, a mat (if you have one) and a device to stream your live class. If you have a resistance loop or band, please bring it to the class. If possible, it is a good idea to have a mirror set up so you can check your technique and form. I will not be able to see you during this class, therefore it is important that you work to your own strength and ability. If you are new to Pilates, watch the first few repetitions then join in when you feel comfortable to do so. When participating in any exercise there is a risk of physical injury. By attending this online class, you are accepting that you are participating voluntarily and assume all risk of injury to yourself. If you are pregnant, post natal or have any condition such as (but not limited to) osteoporosis, osteoarthritis, any joint condition and would like to discuss anything before the class then please email me and I will get in touch.


If you have not done so already, you will need to download the zoom app. You can do this here: https://zoom.us/download

You will need to set up a zoom account. This is free.


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