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Lee Caulfield Pilates Workouts

When:
April 25, 2018 @ 9:15 am – 10:00 am
2018-04-25T09:15:00+00:00
2018-04-25T10:00:00+00:00
Where:
Thame Town Hall
Cost:
See below
Contact:
Lee Caulfield
07889742130

Lee has spent over 25 years in the sports and fitness industry. Working with a range of different age groups from young groups to the over 50’s, both in groups or 1-2-1 classes.

Lee has worked in gyms, fitness centres both for the county council and privately owned. She has also worked with a large franchise group in the past, dealing with people’s fitness and nutrition. Helping people to achieve weight loss, toning, fitness and personal development.

 

Having worked across a number of different exercise disciplines in the past, over the last 10 years her focus has moved to Pilates in order to develop core strength, toning for her clients.

 Classes are mat based and tailored to individual needs. Each class has different ability levels and during the class alternatives are given to ensure everyone is fully comfortable with their class.

 Classes are suitable for all ages both ladies and gentleman as well as the over 50’s.

 Please bring water and a small towel.

 Mats, pillows and small weights will be provided.

 

 Prices

 Classes are bookable in 6 week blocks at £42 so just £7 per class

 However classes can be pay as you go charge at £8 per class

 

Location

 

Wednesday 09:15-10:00

Thame(Chinnor) Rugby Club

Kingsey Road

Thame

OX9 3JL

 

For more information you can visit www.leecaulfieldpilates.co.uk alternatively you can call 07889742130 or email lee@grahamcaulfield.co.uk .

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