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Myths about exercising during pregnancy? 0

Posted on 17, April 2013

in Category Exercises, Uncategorized

Recently, I have met a few women who are just into their second trimester and used to be active but stopped when they found out they were pregnant. They have come to me to find out what they can and cannot do but what I have noticed over the years is the same questions being asked, not just is it safe to exercise during pregnancy but can I work my abdominals, can i continue running during my pregnancy, should my heart rate stay below 140bpm? In pregnancy there are so many myths and preconceptions about exercises so I thought I [&hellip

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Prolapse and Running 0

Posted on 22, November 2012

in Category Uncategorized

Have you had a baby? Do you suffer from a vaginal prolapse? This story could inspire you to get checked by the right health professional and get the help you deserve. If you are suffering in silence you are not alone but you need to seek professional medical advice. “I first started running in 2001 when my sister and I decided to run a ten mile race for charity.  I soon became hooked and joined a running club, completing numerous races over the next ten years and running an average of 35 miles per week. When I became pregnant in [&hellip

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IT Band Pain 0

Posted on 21, November 2012

in Category Uncategorized

Are you someone who suffers with IT band pain? This is a very common problem resulting in lateral pain from repeated knee flexion and extension (running) where the IT band rubs against the bone. This can be as a result from instability at the pelvis or perhaps incorrect gait (pronation of the foot when striking down in running). How to treat this condition? 1. Reduce the inflammation 2. Seek physical therapy from a health professional 3. Massage therapy can help reduce the pain (however if there is a gait or pelvis instability, you need to address your postural alignment, this [&hellip

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Back Care Workshop 2013 0

Posted on 20, November 2012

in Category Pilates Classes, Workshops

Back Care workshop Do you suffer with a sore back?  Do you find it difficult to get out of bed in the morning? Is your flexibility limited? Pilates can help you create body awareness and this will help to improve your posture. As a result you can help to reduce the imbalances creating increased load in various parts of your body and in turn help to reduce pain. I am looking to start a regular Back care workshop once a month in 2013. If this is something that would interest you please contact me on email angela.jameson@physically-fit.co.uk and let me know

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Pilates for runners in Oxford 0

Posted on 20, November 2012

in Category Pilates Classes

Pilates training specific for running Are you a runner? Do you suffer from IT Band problems? Runners knee? Knee pain? Foot pain? Back pain? Pilates can help you by 1. Helping to stretch your hip flexors 2. Help to strengthen your buttocks 3. Improve posture and spinal alignment 4. Body awareness which results in good pelvis stability resulting in a better gait 5. Allowing you as the runner to continue training through injury and help rehabilitate after injury. I am currently running a class on Friday’s for 4 weeks (ending 26th June) from 1.30-2.30pm in Garsington, Oxford. If this interests [&hellip

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Pilates Classes in Garsington 0

Posted on 16, October 2012

in Category Pilates Classes

I run a intermediate pilates group at the Oxford Equestrian Centre in Garsington. Every Friday from 12.30-1.30pm Please bring your own mat, towel and water for the session. This is a really fun group of women where a laugh is guaranteed. A great release from life but also with the idea of building your knowledge of pilates to help your day to day activities become much easier

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Pilates Classes in Cowley 0

Posted on 16, October 2012

in Category Pilates Classes

I run a pilates class at the Asian Cultural Centre, Manzil Way in Cowley. This is a lovely space, wooden floor with pitched ceiling so a good size room. It also has plenty of parking and bike racks. This class runs every Friday from 11-12pm. Please bring a mat, towel and water for the session. I provide small props for the session to make it more fun and challenging. If you would like more information on this class please email me on angela.jameson@physically-fit.co.uk or phone 07966

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Pilates Classes for NHS staff 0

Posted on 16, October 2012

in Category Pilates Classes

I run a few pilates classes in the headington area. 1. Radcliffe Hospital for NHS staff only Every thursday from 5-6pm Wear loose comfortable clothing to move around in, bring a towel and water for the session 2. Churchill Hospital for NHS staff only Every Monday from 5-6pm Please bring your own mat for this session, water and towel. I provide small props to make the sessions more fun and challenging. If you work in the NHS and would like to join any of these classes please get in touch via email on angela.jameson@physically-fit.co.uk or call 07966 297430 to check [&hellip

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Pilates Classes in Headington 0

Posted on 16, October 2012

in Category Pilates Classes

I run a really fun beginner to intermediate pilates group at the All Saints Church Hall House in Headington. Every Monday from 6.30-7.30pm Please bring your own pilates mat for this session, water and towel if needed. I provide small props to help make the session fun and challenging in different ways. If you are interested in attending please contact angela.jameson@physically-fit.co.uk or call 07966 297430 to check availability

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Pilates Classes in Cassington 0

Posted on 16, October 2012

in Category Pilates Classes

I have been working from my new studio for over 1 year now and am pleased to offer a few classes from my private studio. Every Wednesday from 12-1pm and 8-9pm. The level is varied due to it being a small group of up to 5 people (maximum) I am able to cater for all levels and abilities. If you are suffering from a bad back, breast cancer recovery or even a sporting injury, I will be able to ensure you get a good workout without compromising your injury whilst ensuring others are able to workout to their level. A [&hellip

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