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Trigger Point Pilates
January 3 @ 7:10 pm - 7:55 pm
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Weekly on the same day until February 28, 2018
Wednesdays 19:10 – 19:55
Trigger Point Pilates™ has evolved. It is a combination of Pilates based exercises combined with Myofascia Release which is traditionally a hands-on therapy. Learn a mat work class/system, discover how to apply the principals of Self – Myofascia Release (SMR ). Releasing myofascial trigger points that can often interfere with proper core initiation and provide improved proprioceptive awareness to the user. The method uses one’s own body weight, movement, the breath and equipment to create the soft tissue release.
TheTrigger Point Pilates™ programme was created by Lydia Campbell, originally for her own rehab. Having had 8 knee operations, chronically tight from scar tissue she had to learn to walk again, she couldn’t drive to have physiotherapist, she had to do it alone time and time again with almost non weight bearing exercises or movement for 5 months at a time and lead a functional life, still presenting, teaching and educating. Combining her knowledge of functional Pilates, Sports remedial therapy with 7 years of Myofascial Clinical training. She created a unique programme that works! Developed over 10 years of teaching and getting great results from clinic clients and TTP classes.
The training method helps alleviate chronic pain conditions and constant muscular tightness, undoing muscular restrictions and enhances functional movement. At the end of a class one feels light, lengthened and able to move with total ease.
Please wear warm layers to class that you can move easily in.
Drop in cost is:
£7 per session / Available with Move GB Memberships
Drop in : £7
Six class pass: £36
Six class passes can be used in any of Lucy’s classes at The Island within 3 months. Please note that booking is essential and subject to availability.
No class on the 14th Feb 2018
*Please note this class is not suitable during pregnancy or less than six weeks after any surgery.