Thank you so much for filling in your feedback forms. We've already actioned some of your ideas and others are in train for development over the next few months. We'll be simplifying the booking process with a booking engine and we've even made our name clearer too. Look closely, we've really just shortened it to MoveWell. So much quicker to type in the search engine!
This school holidays we'll be offering classes on 2 Fridays. We will have a Body Restore Class - a good mix of tender loving care (if you call squats tender - which you know that I do when the occasion calls for it) for shoulders, core, hips, backs and feet. We are also planning an introduction session for those folk that want to give us a try without committing to a whole term. We are still in the planning stages so if you have any requests now is the time to let me know (including times, I'm up for 6.30am if you are!!). Both Mel and Nic will be teaching. We'll be at The Hub and the dates are:
- Friday 30 June
- Friday 7 July
I've just put the dates for Term 3 on the website and you might notice that there is a little break right in the middle. That's because your team are heading to America to work with the Queen of Biomechanics herself, Katy Bowman MS. Think of all the good things we'll be bringing home with us. Yay!
Out In The Real World
The last week of classes has focused on how reducing foot tension can increase hip function and balance. There were many lightbulb moments along with happy exclamations of "I can feel my butt !". Single leg squats at 6.30 on a winters morning? You betcha! They were popular classes so more of that kind of fun coming soon (as in tomorrow!).
Here is some more real world reporting from Trish "I've had a great day, climbing olive trees and picking olives. When the elderly lady who owns the trees mentioned she used to climb to pick the olives I asked if she minded me doing that (she didn't). It was such fun, kind of exhilarating :-). I doubt I'd have been game if I hadn't been taking your & Nic's classes. So thank you!!!!"....now that is what I call functional movement.