Spirals

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SESSIONS ARE EVERY WEDNESDAY 7.15PM-8PM AT CHESHIRE COUNTY SPORTS CLUB PLAS NEWTON LANE, UPTON, CHESTER, CH2 1PR

8 WEEK COURSE STARTS 6TH SEPTEMBER @ £32

6 WEEK STARTS 8TH NOVEMBER @ £24

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Introduction to Spirals

Sculpt, tone and strengthen your body with this amazing blend of Pilates, Yoga and Ballet.

The Spirals programme is suitable for all ages and fitness levels, and is ideal for you yummy mummy’s working on getting your core strength back! It combines flowing movement with strengthening core work, and all to exhilarating, inspiring and soothing music. Dedicated stretch sequences make this the ideal accompaniment to your existing exercise regime, or the perfect start to increase your flexibility and mobility.

We work to the same music and routine each week, allowing you to progress each exercise and build strength and mobility through flowing movement, improved posture and balance. You’ll know the all songs and the words (!) and will be flowing and holding postures with control by week 4! Promise!

The Spirals programme is based on spiral-diagonal patterns and facilitated stretching. It is only natural that when considering an exercise programme that will enable participants to work with a mind/body focus, that we should take into account the forces of nature and our physical surroundings.

Spirals can be found many times in the natural world, in both animals and plants, and the spiral is also very apparent in the human body – blood moves around our body in a spiral pattern, our muscles are organised in the same pattern, they spiral around our bones, as is the main structure of tendons and ligaments.

Benefits

Practicing Spirals will not only develop strong, flexible and well-contoured bodies (something we definitely all want!), it will also keep your body fit enough to manage daily activities more comfortably.

The Spirals programme has been designed to increase flexibility and mobility, improve coordination and balance, and regulate cardiovascular capacity by combining movement with breathing patterns. Unflexible joints and shortened (tight) muscles will not only compromise our posture, it is likely to increase the chance of injury.

Improving upon our strength and flexibility will make movement through daily life easier, making our total quality of life better!