I've gone Virtual.... New weekly live 45 minute classes
08:00am Restorative/Beginners Pilates
£20/month for access to unlimited classes through my online portal or £6 per drop-in class
£ 20 per month for access to my online Pilates training portal click here to subscribe
£ 30 Online One-2-One Pilates/training session click here to contact me for a book
£120 Online - Adore Your Pelvic Floor Course click here to join this course
£ 30 Online - Love Your Feet Course coming soon
£ 30 Online - Release your neck & shoulders coming soon
£ 30 Online - Pilates to manage low back pain coming soon
I've gone virtual - Live Online Group Classes Currently Available
Tuesday 8am Gyrokinesis Class
Really tight neck and shoulders?
Feel tight but stretching doesn't help?
Just want to move?
Feel like your joints need oiling?
Have fibromyalgia and want a gentle class to get you moving?
Gyrokinesis is a gentle but powerful movement class that will take your spine and joints through all ranges of movement leaving you feeling invigorated and centred.
Thursday 8am Restorative Pilates
What are you looking for in a class?
Just starting out in Pilates or wanting to work on the basics?
Looking for a Pelvic floor safe class.
Need a class that will help you manage low back pain.
Looking to help chronic neck and shoulder pain.
What I call "Restorative Classes" focus on the fundamentals of Pilates. Posture, mobility, flexibility, core strength, and good breathing/pelvic floor function.
Which makes these classes ideal for both beginners and those who are advanced but want a gentle "restorative" class to relax and find their centre.
My prolapse symptoms are not only improved, I have taken up running again - V. B, Edinburgh
After 20 years of minor incontinence I had just accepted that this was my lot. After one term of women's health classes with Fiona I no longer plan my life around staying close to the loo and am loving it. - G. T, Edinburgh
Fiona's women's health classes seem really gentle but I feel much stronger even my advanced pilates classes feel much easier - G. R, Edinburgh
Fiona was the first Pilates teacher I have worked with who tackled my neck injuries head on. For years I would take to my bed several times a week. I rarely get headaches now, when I do they are not as bad. Best of all I join in with activities with my children I wouldn't have thought possible three years ago - H. J, Stirling
Specialist Online Workshops & Courses
Adore ❤️ Your
Do you pee when you laugh or sneeze?
Have an uncomfortable prolapse?
Are you always desperate to go to the toilet but only have a dribble when you get there?
Feel you will never get back to exercising or feel young and sexy again?
Missing out on joining in activities with your family?
I offer One-2-One coaching, group classes and workshops designed just for you.
£120 for lifetime access to Online course
Release Your Neck & Shoulders
This 2 hour masterclass will review common neck problems and altered movement patterns that affect the neck causing pain and disfunction.
This workshop will present a concise, useable, contemporary review the anatomy of the neck and using this research show you how to develop an effective care and exercise programme that will help you maintain optimum postural solutions and function of the neck.
The workshop includes a worksheet of the exercises you will learn so you can continue to practise these exercises at home.
Pilates to Manage Lower Back Pain
This workshop is not designed to diagnose or treat an acute injury. It will give to a better understanding of the anatomy of the spine and pelvis as well as some common musculoskeletal imbalances that cause low back pain. We will cover the mechanism of pain and how to use movement and pilates as a "tool-kit" to help manage and prevent future flare-ups and give you the confidence to get moving.
Love Your Feet
Our feet form the foundation of our body they provide us with a contact point to the ground and adaptable balanced base from which we move. From this point our feet can influence our overall alignment and the health of joints all the way through the body - for example knees and hips. Yet most of our foots life is spent in a cast (shoes) I am in no way saying don’t wear shoes, however, we need to know how to keep our feet mobile and strong to keep them healthy and doing their job well.
Are You a Fitness Professional or health care worker looking to improve your understanding of pelvic floor function?
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