These sessions aim to raise body awareness, increase flexibility and improve posture through breathing, stretching and gentle exercise & dance/movement to music. These classes fuse together elements of Yoga, Pilates, Franklin method, mindfulness and dance. Suited to all levels and abilities. All exercises sitting or standing. No previous experience necessary.
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Course Dates 2019 – 2020
These courses take place at Stoke Lodge
Thursdays 9.30am to 10.45am Saara Nelson
- 11 sessions 19 September £89 / £56 W14A
- 11 sessions 16 January £89 / £56 W14B
- 10 sessions 23 April £81 / £51 W14C
Thursdays 11am to 12noon Saara Nelson
- 11 sessions 19 September £72 / £46 W15A
- 11 sessions 16 January £72 / £46 W15B
- 10 sessions 23 April £72 / £46 W15C
New course dates will be available in our next Course Guide 2020 -21 from Summer 2020
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Tutor – Saara Tatjana Nelson
Subjects: Gentle Exercise
I am a Dance Movement Psychotherapist with a background in physical theatre, music and a wide range of different dance/movement styles.
My body and movement work are influenced by my background, as well as my interests in the power of creativity and understanding how the body and mind are connected.
I am also a musician and Argentine Tango teacher, dancer and performer.
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