11-12pm The Release Method©
Combines powerful up to date techniques to realign, stretch, strengthen and balance the body.
The body relearns how to move in a functional way to optimize existing fitness levels or to prevent or minimize long-term pain, dysfunction, and injury.
Movements are gentle and are mostly mat based incorporating mindfulness, visualization, and breathing techniques.
The Release Method© includes aspects of Trigger Point Pilates, The Gyrotonic Expansion System®, mindfulness, Myofascial release, Applied Neurology, pranayama, meditation and Cranial sacral therapy.
The Release Method© may help but is not limited to the following conditions:
Joint and back issues
Shoulder and neck issues
12-1pm Argentine Tango
A fun taster introduction to the beautiful dance of Argentine tango. Steeped in history and meaning, we will look at why this dance touches the heart of all who try it.
Unlike Ballroom Tango with very strict movements, Argentine Tango is a relaxed walking dance, characterized by its improvisation and musicality using simple moves. There are no set sequences to remember and can be enjoyed at all ages. It allows individuals to express and communicate with others in a fun, positive and socially integrated way.
No experience is necessary and can be enjoyed by all ages and abilities; there is no need to bring a partner.
1.30- 3.30pm Individual therapy sessions
Cranial Sacral Therapy
£20 per half hour session.
To book for classes/therapy sessions or for more info message through the FB page or call Louise on 07980832207.
Gift Vouchers available.
Louise Davidson, B.A (Hons). BATD, Dip Clin A, Cert, SMTO
Dance and movement specialist, Gyrotonic practitioner, Cranial Sacral, Myofascial and Neuromuscular therapist.
An Ex U.S Ballroom and Latin championship finalist ran one of New York’s top dance studios before returning to the UK. She has trained extensively with The Spanish Dance Society and has participated and delivered dance workshops in the UK and Spain for numerous council and private initiatives including Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and Scottish Opera.