Yes, apologies for the pun but here we are nearly at the end of a soggy February and many of us are looking forward to better days and drier weather. I’m grabbing any respite from the rain to get out in the fresh air – as we all now, daylight and the open air is good for our mental and physical health. My next workshop is all about better walking and running, whether you’re a couch potato that needs to find the propulsion to get up and go, an active walker/runner that keeps finding discomfort after activity or you would simply like to find a better swing to your stride, come along to “Improve Your Stride” on Saturday 7th March 2020 from 10.30-12.00pm. The workshop is at Remedy House, 24 Wilkinson Street S10 2GB and costs £20 per person or £36 for two. I guarantee you’ll feel the difference.
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“I’m hoping to make you redundant by Xmas” said one of my clients today – with a smile! Sad though I will be to say goodbye, this is a sign of success – after 8 Feldenkrais sessions, my client with Parkinson’s has made such great progress in his walking, coordination and balance that he can do without me…I’m happy to be made redundant under such circumstances.
On 17 October I’m taking part in Night Strider – a half marathon to raise funds for St Luke’s Hospice. I’ve run distances for charity but I think walking is more of a challenge. Why? Because it’s easy to “throw” yourself at speed over a certain distance and pay the penalty afterwards. But walking asks for integration, co-operation and if difficulties present themselves on the way, you have to deal with them.