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Pilates (With A Touch Of Yoga) Exercise Class Opens Up In Guisborough

Let me tell you a story:

So a couple of years ago now one of our physios (Sammy) started a small exercise class aimed at helping people aged 40+ to develop muscle tone and live with more flexibility.

And it worked like crazy.

Not just in terms of the number of people who clamoured to attend the class every friday…

BUT –

And, more importantly, in the benefits that here “students” would see.

Those benefits include, but not limited too, things like:

> Less back ache…

> Less neck pain…

> Less shoulder tension…

> Able to move easier…

> Less joint stiffness…

AND:

* Able to put socks and shoes on…(without sitting on the bed!)

* Able to reach for TV remote after grandkids throw it on the floor..

* FINALLY able to reach under the sofa to pick up husbands socks…

* Walk with a healthier, more confident looking posture…for longer!

…And because of the SURGE of people now wanting to get in on living with some of, it not all, of those benefits…

Sammy, (the “instructor” and creator of the class) has been forced to open a second class in Guisborough, just to fit everyone in.

See, she was getting in a little bit of trouble at current last place…

…The “fire marshall” had been tipped off a few times that she was cramming way more people into the church hall than the hall could legally cope with…

But that wasn’t the real issue and why she decided to open up another class…

See, after weeks of showing her students (usually in their 40’s, 50’s and 60’s) how to stretch properly…

Some of them where now stretching so far that the room on the floor just wasn’t enough to let them do it without bumping into each other!…

WOW!…

And the good news is this:

She’s solved both of those issues by opening up another class.

So, I wanted to let you know that if you were on the current waiting list for Class 1, or just hoping to get into one of Sammy’s amazing “Pilates with a touch of Yoga” exercise classes now that you know more about it… registration is for Class 2…

IS NOW OPEN! 😉

It starts this Wednesday in Guisborough…

And if you want more details about time and cost — and to see if there is any room on the floor, please email Sammy directly.

Use:

Sammy@paulgoughphysio.com

More:

The first person to contact her and sign up for Wednesdays class after reading this email will also get a signed copy of my new book “The Healthy Habit”.

It’s packed full with even MORE ways to keep active and healthy for longer than anyone else.

…Longer than you might currently believe is even possible.

Hope this helps.

Cheerio.

Paul Gough.

Paul Gough

Paul Gough is an internationally known Physio and Founder of The North East’s Leading Specialist Private Physiotherapy Practice for People in their 40’s, 50’s and 60’s, who want to keep healthy and active.

You might know Paul as an expert Columnist who writes weekly health articles for TWO of the North East's biggest daily Newspapers, The Northern Echo And The Hartlepool Mail, he is a regular Speaker at Industry Seminars around the globe and a Radio Personality, often heard on the BBC. Paul has been an expert guest on dozens of Radio shows and regularly interviewed in newspapers, magazines and trade journals all over the world, including the Guardian.

Paul’s background included working extensively in the Premier League with a Top Professional Football Team, and since quitting his job in Professional Football in 2007, his Physio Practice has become the fastest growing in the UK and biggest in the North East. So successful, that companies like BUPA, ASDA, The Vela Group And Coast & Country, repeatedly retain his Physio company's services to keep healthy their own staff and workforce. Paul Gough Physio Rooms is now a large multi-physio, multi clinic speciality practice in Darlington, Durham, Guisborough and Hartlepool.
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