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kick Start This March by Getting the Bodies all Ship Shape


So we thought we would kick start this March by getting the bodies all ship shape to spring into the better weather (Whenever it comes!). We are really excited to join the global movement to celebrate Pilates and all its benefits. Joesph Pilates has said “You will feel better in ten sessions, look better in twenty sessions, and have a completely new body in thirty sessions.” So Why not give it a go?

What will you make me do?

Very simple, You will receive a FREE daily email with videos of pilates moves to get you going AND putting your name into raffles for lots of prizes!! This has been proving really helpful to people who want to get fitter, healthier BUT want to know they are not doing any damage with specific exercises. Its designed to be easy to fit into your day, fun to do, AND well worth a go! So... how about it?

We will have prizes galore to keep you motivated along with offers and a bumper prize at the end for those that partake in the challenge and send us photos! (bonus points for involving friends, family and pets!!) We will also be keeping you up to date seeing how WE are getting on as WE are all taking on the challenge as well!!

So to find out more and to sign up CLICK THE BUTTON BELOW

or Email to find out if this challenge is right for you!

Brid Walsh

Brid Walsh

Brid qualified in 2004 with a BSC Honours Degree in Sports and Exercise Science from the University of Limerick, Ireland. In evaluating her future path, she spent a summer in Alaska with the Hope Foundation supporting disabilities of various sorts. Her further work experience in the Rehabilitation Centre in Dun Laoghaire, Dublin convinced her that Physiotherapy was the direction she wished to specialise in. In 2007 she subsequently qualified from the Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen with an MSC in Physiotherapy.
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