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Inbetweeners Club Update

Photograph of Inbetweeners Club Pilates

Our Inbetweeners Club (for clients who are independent travellers or who may work during the day) offers activities from 7 to 9 pm every Wednesday evening at our Mappin Street centre. Sighted friends of our clients are welcome to join in the classes but will also need to pay. As numbers are limited priority will be given to SRSB clients.

Pilates operates every week and is taught by Lorna Nicholson and works to the eight basic principles of relaxation, concentration, co-ordination, centring, alignment, breathing, stamina and flowing movements. Note: This class is now full!

Generally, classes run in six week blocks and we have just finished Conversational French taught by Carol a fully qualified and experienced Modern Foreign Languages teacher.

We began our evening Tai Chi classes on Wednesday, 26th July. This is taught by fully qualified Tai Chi teacher – Sandra - who has much experience of working with visually impaired people. Again, classes are £5 each and are available on a first come, first served basis.  Some believe that Tai Chi is perhaps the most effective way to develop balanced health for the body and the mind. Please ring SRSB to book your place on this course which finishes on 30th August.

Coming up in September: Have you always wanted to sing in a choir? Gospel Choir starting on 6th September. You don’t need to be able to read music and no audition necessary. Experience the physical and mental health benefits of singing with other people. The choir will be lead by an experienced musician. To book your place please ring SRSB on 0114 272 2757.

 

 

 

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