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  • 24 British pounds
  • Location 1

Service Description

Join Jenny for this 2 hour workshop on one of the most important but too often ignored part of our bodies - our feet. With 26 bones, 33 joints and more than 100 muscles, tendons and ligaments in each foot our feet are complicated. So many problems start with our feet and work their way up the body affecting the knees, hips and spine. But how often do we think about the fitness of our feet? In Jenny’s view, not enough and here are some reasons why we should: In an average person’s lifetime our feet will walk the equivalent of circling the earth four times or half way to the moon. Our feet have tens of thousands of nerve endings, one of the highest concentrations in the body. In an average day our feet will experience a cumulative load of one hundred tonnes. Our feet have around 250,000 sweat glands which produce half a pint of sweat each day. Women are more likely to experience ‘problems’ with their feet. Drawing on the Pilates discipline this workshop will help bring awareness to how we stand, walk and balance and help us think more intelligently about how our feet affect the rest of our bodies. It will be of particular interest to anyone suffering from toe, foot, ankle, lower leg, knee or hip pain or weakness and will be especially useful to runners and dancers. The workshop will focus on the intrinsic muscles of the feet - the one’s which start and end in the foot and the extrinsic, which are found in the lower leg but act on the foot and toes. Come comfortably dressed, with layers to keep warm - most of the workshop will be conducted bare foot. The session is open to everyone - and with the use of props, support pads and mirrors - all will be catered for. Curious? Call Jenny for a chat on 07789668082

Upcoming Sessions

Cancellation Policy

Please note we have a 24 hour cancellation policy - including Studio based and Zoom Classes.

Contact Details

  • Push Studios, Blackwater Street, London, UK

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