When: – Weekly, Thusdays 5-6pm (start 5th Oct)
Location: Art room (Room fully accessible)
Joseph Pilates believed that sickness and disease were mainly due to “modern” lifestyle, bad posture and inadequate breathing methods, which led him to devise a series of exercise and training techniques. It involves strengthening of the core with alignment, breathing, coordination and balance.
When we speak about the core, we mean the trunk as a whole. However, exercises for muscles that are not found to be the core are present. The pilates method strengthens lengthens and rebalances the body to work as optimally as possible.
Booking – To book email Tonde via email@example.com
By suggested donation
About the Facilitator.. Tonde Moyo
My journey with the body began in my twenties with martial arts, which I currently teach to adults and children. I continued my development with the study of massage, gym instruction and sports therapy. During a period of Injury I began Pilates classes.
I enjoyed it so much that I enrolled on a course to become a pilates instructor. 6 years later, I still find joy in teaching and self practice.
Participation in our community-led events is on a voluntary ‘by donation’ basis. This means that nobody is expected to make a payment if they cannot afford to do so. However any donations received will be shared between the Centre and the facilitator, helping to make the events’ programme sustainable as well as to provide some reciprocity towards community facilitators’ time and skills offered.
Where a “suggested donation” is listed, this is just an indication of what the event might cost if it was ticketed – it is fine to donate less (or nothing at all). Yet if you can afford to and find value in the Salisbury Centre’s offerings , please consider ‘paying it forward’ by donating a bit extra helping to keep it possible for everyone to take part, whatever their circumstances.