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The ladies raised their game in PiYo this week with the classic bridge pose.
Starting with feet hip width apart and heels comfortably placed on the ground raising the hips up whilst squeezing the glutes - which also makes the hamstring group work harder improving the balance and strength of the postural chain.
This is part of the Pilates element of the class which I use to finish off before a traditional Yoga based cool down.
The beauty of PiYo is the care it puts back into your body. You will walk taller and improve balance whilst gaining strength and flexibility. Done at full speed it also gives a cardio workout. Warning - until you can confidently balance and coordinate yourself through the movements speeding up this kind of practice can be detrimental. Always practice safely and do your research, take a class or a few then replicate at home safely.
Want to join a class? Email or private message me for the details.
Finally over the hump and dreaming of weekends past and future. All the joy of looking through an autumnal gate to a very special house for me. Before “gentrification” became an ugly word in architectural terms, came the gentrification of Britain’s rural farmhouses. This example has a 19th century service stack wing behind, but its front with its 5 bay confirmation is pure 18th century gentleman farmer with money to show off. The near by town of Bradford on Avon flourished in this time period from the wool trade. Daniel Defoe visiting at the time, commenting ‘They told me at Bradford that it was no extra-ordinary thing to have clothiers in that country worth, from ten thousand, to forty thousand pounds, and many of the great families, who now pass for gentry in those counties, have been originally raised from, and built up by this truly noble manufacture’. An era when farming paid and wool was wealth, well it’s almost jumper weather 🧤
Now Discovering the Castle Combe Village in Wiltshire, England with @a_ontheroad.
Proclaimed as the prettiest village in England, Castle Combe is situated in Wiltshire, about 5 miles northwest of the town of Chippenham. It features stunning stone cottages combined with a pair of interesting pubs and a captivating church. #thediscoverer#nowdiscovering