Summer is coming to an end now, with cooler evenings and the nights are drawing in. Summer has been a great time to relax, eat and drink more food, enjoy our summer holidays. Maybe your fitness hasn’t been that high on your agenda.
Autumn is a great time to kick start your health and wellbeing training. Why not join our FREE mindfulness walking session held Sundays 3.00-3.25pm at the MAC (Midlands Arts Centre), Cannon Hill Park, Birmingham to bring some calm into your life or one of our Pilates classes where you can release stiff muscles and joints and improve your posture. Sign up now for our new Autumn classes.
AUTUMN CLASSES STARTING SEPTEMBER 2022
NEW: Mindfulness Walking session –
Starting Sunday 11 September
Venue: MAC (Midlands Arts Centre, Cannon Hill Park, Birmingham)
3.00-3.25pm Free session
GETTING STARTED IN FITNESS & PILATES
- FREE SESSION – 15 MINUTE ON-LINE CONSULTAION –
Find out more with this free session the benefits of fitness and Pilates.
2. 1:1 CONSULTATION AND ASSESSMENT – £45
The 1:1 session will enable us to conduct an initial assessment and formulate a programme based on your individual training goals and needs. This is ideal if you are recovering from an injury or have not been involved in exercise for some time. Whether you are looking to start couch to 5k run, train for an endurance event or just wish to feel fitter and healthier and improve your lifestyle through walking and exercise.
3. BEGINNERS PACKAGE – £120
This package is ideal for beginners and with consist of an initial assessment and 3 1:1 sessions to include a free ‘Pilates for Performance’ DVD.
4. WELLBEING & MINDFULNESS – 1:1 £40 to include FREE Relaxation Podcast 1:1 – Small Group Block of 6 sessions £45
On-Line Individual Fitness & Group Pilates sessions incorporating a fusion of Tai Chi, Meditation & Relaxation.
Book a block of 8 group classes or 3 individual Pilates sessions to receive a FREE relaxation methods
WALKING HEALTH & WELLNESS –
Portugal Coastal Camino – 5 Day Guided Camino – Vigo-Santiago, Spanish & Pilates to include morning Spanish lesson each day
This guided camino will start in Vigo where our group will meet. Our local guide Lisa will meet you to discuss the itinerary and you will meet other members. Enjoy your free time to explore Vigo before your walking which starts the following day.
Day 01: Arrival by your own to Vigo.
Day 02: Vigo-Redondela (16 km)
You will climb to the top of Enxertade and soon you will reach the village of Redondela, where you will start a new ascent to O Viso, with a privileged view over the estuary.
Day 03: Redondela-Pontevedra (19,5 km)
You will cross the historic Roman
bridge over the Verdugo River and ascend to A Canicouva along beautiful cobblestone roads. In Pontevedra you can discover its impressive historic centre, full of small squares.
Day 04: Pontevedra-Caldas de Reis (21,1 km).
After leaving the bridge of O Burgo you will start a route along local roads along the Galician countryside, finding small streams and pretty villages.
Day 05: Transfer to Padrón and stage to Santiago de Compostela (18.6km). This stage will take you in a constant ascent to the city through small villages. Finally, you will be able to see the majestic Towers of the Cathedral before entering its old town.
Day 06: After breakfast, departure.
Pilates and yoga will take place after each walk – Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Expert Guide: Lisa
WALKERS EXERCISE – try the Pilates roll back exercise in the video below to re-align the spine whilst keeping your hamstrings lengthened, an excellent exercise for walkers.
Are you planning to take part in the Camino El Santiago?
A great route to start is either the Portugal Coastal Route or the traditional French Route (Video as below). We provide a bespoke tailored on-line advice sessions on walking, Camino routes, nutrition, Pilates and exercising, preparation before, during and after your Camino.
Portugal Coastal Way – Baiona-Santiago last 100 km
This is the last stretch of the Portugal Coastal Camino to Santiago. A 7 day walk starting in the seaside town of Baiona. A great walk for those looking for an easier route, with less hills. Wander along the beach, swim in the ocean, try local cuisine. You will follow the trail to Vigo, walk through towns such as Redondela, Pondevedra, Caldas de Reis and Padron before reaching the final destination Santiago where you can get your ‘Pilgrim Certificate’.
Click below and watch a short video of one of our suggested most popular walking routes, Camino de Santiago, Northern Spain.
Whether you wish to train for a marathon, just get fitter or wish to take part in a challenge, this could be fitness/historical or cultural.