Fitness and Wellbeing

PilogaFit
Address: Wedmore Village Hall
Description:
A dynamic, progressive programme of selected Pilates And Yoga postures*
These are some of the benefit you may expect :-
1 Whole body workout based on compound joint movements
2 Increase in mobility, stability, and endurance
3 Improvement in core stability
4 Toned, stronger muscles
5 Healthier back*
6 Cardio Respiratory benefits
7 Encouraged towards better nutrition & mindsets
8 Feel good factor/endorphins
9 Progression in technique & performance
10 A healthier happier you
* Postures selected to conform to Dr Stuart Mcgill’s recommendations to protect the back

When: Every Wednesday 10.30 to 11:30 AM

NO NEED TO BOOK Just £5 – Pay when you attend, not when you don’t

Contact: John Beasley
Phone Number: 01749 672482
Tai Chi for Health & Vitality
Address: Wedmore Village Hall
Description:

Tai Chi for Health & Vitality

Exercise class for any age or ability
Everyone in the community welcome to a friendly social fitness and wellbeing class
Practice slow and graceful movement to re energise through meditative movement

When: Every Wednesday 12:15 – 1:15 PM

NO NEED TO BOOK Just £5 – Pay when you attend, not when you don’t

Contact: John Beasley
Phone Number: 01749 672482
The Pilates Garage
Address: Stone Allerton
Description:

Oak engineered underheated flooring, specialist lighting in a state-of-the-art studio in Stone Allerton.

Small group lessons and on-on-one sessions available on both the mat and the Reformer.

For more information see any of the next section.

Contact: Jackie Cunningham
Phone Number: 01934 710516
Mobile: 07511568985
Yoga – with Anna
Address: Blackford Village Hall
Description:

Yoga with Anna

Hatha yoga class suitable for beginners/ general level

Thursdays 2.10 – 3.10pm at Blackford Village Hall, cost £6 prebooked/ £8 drop in.

Contact: Anna
Mobile: 07587703883
Yoga Somerset
Description:

Starting on Thursday 18th May, traditional hatha yoga classes held weekly from 3 – 4.15 pm, cost £8 per class, taught by Julia Wheatley – a British Wheel of Yoga trained teacher who has been teaching since 1989.

These will be mixed ability classes, suitable for beginner and intermediate level students. Julia has experience of teaching yoga to prisoners on a drug rehabilitation programme, visually impaired people, and to school students at risk of exclusion. As well as being a member of the British Wheel of Yoga she is also a member of the Register of Exercise Professionals (REPS).

A typical yoga class will begin with a short relaxation incorporating a breathing practice, followed by warm up exercises, a variety of postures (asanas), and a final relaxation. Meditation and Mindfulness techniques may also be included.

Please bring a mat +/or blanket, and wear loose, comfortable clothing.

Contact: Julia Wheatley
Mobile: 07941550617