Taking some time out for surgery and recuperation

As all of you know I love my work and nothing makes me happier than watching, you, my clients develop over time and seeing first hand the improvement I can bring to your lives.

My passion and focus is for everyone to feel more confident, balanced and happier.

As we all know, no-one escapes the ups and downs of life and now, I need to concentrate on me and my health.

I love being fit and healthy. so having a health issue has come as a shock for me and my family. Everyone has been so kind and supportive and I have a lot of love to help me on the road back to health.

I have worked very hard to find the very best teachers I know to cover my classes, whilst I recover and get back to my optimum fitness.

It is my sincere hope that I will be back teaching you very soon, I will keep in touch with you all and keep you updated. Please feel free to get in touch with me via email if you need any help or advice.

I appreciate and value you all and hope that you will bear with me until I am fit enough to return to teaching Pilates.

Term Dates - Spring 2019

Bolton Le Sands


Teacher cover - Hazel Wilson

11th February | 25th February | 4th March

11th March | 18th March | 25th March | 1st April

(No classes 18th February, 8th April, 15th April & 22nd April)


Teacher cover - Julia Enright

12th February | 26th February | 5th March | 12th March

19th March | 26th March | 2nd April | 23rd April

(No classes 19th February, 9th April & 16th April)


Teacher cover - Julie Muckle

13th February | 27th February | 6th March | 13th March

20th March | 27th March | 3rd April | 24th April

(No classes 20th February, 10th April & 17th April)

Lancaster & Morecambe College


Cancelled by college until further notice


Cancelled by college until further notice

Halton Mill


Teacher cover - Natasha Butler

14th February | 7th March | 14th March | 21st March

28th March | 4th April | 25th April

(No classes 21st February, 28th February, 11th April & 18th April)

Janie Ash
And now breathe and relax.

In our fast-paced Western lifestyle it’s never been more important to plan in a regular time for deep relaxation practices. Chronic stress has become a major problem and often lies at the root of many common chronic diseases. And whilst heart pumping cardio workouts are great for you, it’s important to have a healthy balance that includes more relaxing types of exercise as well.

Regular forms of relaxation such as Pilates and mindfulness help to keep you balanced, and minimise the negative effects of daily stress.

Modern Pilates is a method of exercise that will condition and tone the body by working the muscles from the inside out, creating a stronger, flatter mid section, improved posture and muscle balance, realigning the spine and improving both the function and appearance of the body.

It is very relaxing and stress relieving and really reduces tension, particularly in the neck and shoulders. It's really good for those recovering from back problems as well as older people, runners or dancers keen to benefit from increased flexibility and core stability.