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I’ve been teaching Pilates Matwork since February 2007. My work takes me into a number of different contexts and spaces including gyms, community centres, private homes and corporate board rooms. I enjoy the challenge of working with people from a wide range of backgrounds and of varying abilities and ages. I feel privileged to have access to a number of Pilates teachers, yoga teachers and other bodywork and dance professionals who share their research and experience with such openness and generosity. I’m inspired by my clients who overcome their difficulties, and by those who simply will not miss a single class, no matter what. My working week is full of discoveries. I learn from my clients as much as they learn from me. This section of my blog supports my work in the classes, highlights new directions of research and gives my clients access to video classes to aid their self practice.

Bi-later-ability

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Form Follows Function

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Where Pilates Goes Wrong…

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DR 2

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Diastasis Recti

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The Hip – Foot Sling

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Piggy in the Middle

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On Presence

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The Key to a Healthy Lower Back is in the Gluts

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Quality not Quantity

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