Our perception of the general decline in body weakness over time could very well be coming from the fact that we’ve really just been extremely sedentary the bulk of our lives. We’re mostly under-moved and not at all too old.”
— Dynamic Ageing

Better balance in Six exercises

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This one hour class will lead you through some of the foundational moves found in the book Dynamic Ageing by Katy Bowman. You do not need to have read the book to attend the class.

The class is a standalone class but also an introduction to an upcoming 4 week series which will help you to start waking up parts of your body that have been “asleep” for a while and how to start building more movement into your life.

We will be working through six simple exercises, mostly posture adjustments and stretches, all of which can be scaled to your particular strength and mobility.

You will receive a handout with all the moves at the end of class.

If you have any questions, please call me to discuss on 07812 376077 or email michelle@heartandsolemovement.com

Date: Tuesday, 10 September

Time: 10.00 am to 11.00 am

Where: Greenwood Community Centre

1a School Road

Hampton Hill

TW12 1AQ

Cost: £15


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Michelle is a truly inspirational and motivational teacher. I have been doing her classes for almost a year and they have completely revolutionised the way I think about exercise and movement. She is helping me regain flexibility and strength by introducing small movements in areas of the body I hardly knew existed and certainly haven’t moved for decades! I had thought getting stiffer and less agile was an inevitable factor of getting older but now honestly believe that not to be the case. I cannot recommend her enough for anyone who wants to remain active and flexible as the years advanc
— Alex Bemrose


Michelle has been teaching movement for more than 11 years. Initially as a running technique coach and latterly in the broader context of more natural movement. For the last 6 years she has been a student of the work of renowned biomechanist Katy Bowman of Nutritious Movement and now works as a Restorative Exercise Specialist under her tutelage. She has clocked up thousands of study, movement and teaching hours and continues to learn with Katy and her team to deepen her understanding of movement and how we can better facilitate it at a time of unprecedented sedentary behaviours. She has worked with hundreds of people over the last 11 years who want to take control of their own bodies and has helped them to move better to prevent injury. She is particularly interesting in helping to restore movement to those who feel they are experiencing a decline from so called age related musculoskeletal issues.