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11th July . More rolling…

My mixed level classes continued with the roller again this week. When it came to standing on them, most people looked much more confident and ¬†balanced. The feedback I’ve had is that although the rollers can be a bit uncomfortable to lie on, people feel the benefit afterwards in their backs , shoulders and general improved posture. Thanks¬†Sally for taking some great photos of Kingsland- check out the photo gallery.

Kinsgland class

Kingsland class doing their shoulder drops on the rollers.

 

May 19th

Thanks for all your feedback about this site. It’s a work in progress and I’m hoping it will be a useful means of keeping in touch. There have been requests for more photos along with options for downloading the handouts, which I’m working on. My thanks to Alan for volunteering to be photographer and taking some great shots to add to the gallery.

This week we’ve been focusing on the principle CONTROL -making mlondon eyeovements a slow and consistent speed. One class member likened it to being on the London Eye which apparently is a very smooth, continual, circling motion.