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Pilates and pilates instructors

Although not a treatment in itself, Pilates is helpful in progressing patients from active treatment to independence from it. Rehabliltation after spinal, hip and knee surgery can be enhanced and it is extremely useful for patients suffering recurrent back and neck problems in reducing the extent and rate of such events.
 
Pilates is less aggressive than normal gym type exercises and well tolerated by individuals who are not particularly 'sporty'. As well as its role in improving muscle tone it can help with relaxation and 'stress busting'.
 
Michael Mann at 10 Fonnereau Rd is an experienced pilates instructor with a strong reputation. He runs a variety of class types and his website is www.pilatesmann.com 
Classes at Fonnereau cost:-
£18 per session (as at Jan 2011)  1 to 1 sessions are £70 
Block sessions of 10 for £175 (small group) Buy 20  sessions at £340  
 
Michael runs Mat Classes at Dance East in Ipswich :-
£5 adults / £4 concessions / £3.50 children under 14 years.
Tots and Co. £5 adults, tots go free (maximum 2 tots) £3.50 additional tots.
Buy 10 classes and get 2 FREE - valid for 12 months, the DanceCard is the best way to make the most of your money and enjoy dance as much as you like. £50 adult / £40 concessions / £35 children under 14 years. 
More information at www.danceeast.co.uk
 
Julia Endacott is a pilates instructor as well as being a physiotherapist of 14 years experience and a specialist in womens' health. you can contact Julia on 07977 049332 or at julespbennett@hotmail.com Classes are £10 per 1 hour session or £8 when booked in blocks of 10
She runs sessions at the Quaker Meeting House, 39 Fonnereau Rd where there is adequate parking.
Tues 1-2pm  Thurs 7.30-8.30 and Thursday 8.40-9.40
2 further sessions are available at:- Penny Jones Pilates Studio, Food Hall Wherstead 6.30 and 7.30
book via www.pennyjonespilates.com or through Penny Jones 07702 059382

 

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