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Canberra Bridge Club
6 Duff Place
2 sets of six lessons teaching basic skills
Monday nights -
February 7 -- March 21
Wednesday afternoons -
February 9 -- March 23
To book call Molly on 6282 2382 or email
Canberr a Bridge Club
The Home of Bridge In Canberra
Beginner s Br idge Lessons
$66 including GST and books.
Waiters Course .................... 14-16 February 9am-4 pm
Jewellery Making................ 10 Feb -- 24 March Thurs Evenings
Grow it Yourself .................. 4 Feb 8am-10am
Helping your child to
read with confidence .......... 23 Feb 6-8pm
Passion in the kitchen
Cooking classes for singles. 4-25th May Wed Evenings
Enquiries: Kate 62842868
39 Isabella Street Queanbeyan NSW 2620 -- Open Wed -- Sun 10am -4pm
PILATES MAT CLASSES
Starts Sat 5 Feb & Wed 9 Feb 2011
Intro $128 I Cont & Open $160
10 weeks Continuing Sat 10.00am
8 weeks Introduction Sat 11.00am
BOOKINGS: Call Pip on 0417 463 732
PH: 02 62602370 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Physical and mental strength with Pilates
Beneficial: Pilates strengthens
PHILLIPA Grant offers Pilates
instruction in Canberra.
Originally completing Pilates
based matwork with the Pilates
Institute UK in 2002, Pip furth-
ered her study with Pilates
International, gaining a Certifi-
cate IV in Pilates Instruction, a
Diploma of Professional Pilates
Practice and an Advance Dip-
loma of the Pilates Method.
Ms Grant also holds a full
membership with the Pilates
Her boutique Pilates studio
features reformers, combination
and exo chairs and a wall unit.
This equipment is based on
the original designs of legendary
physical trainer, Joseph Pilates.
Ms Grant's goal is to preserve
the integrity of Joseph Pilates'
original vision of physical and
At the same time, she strives
to construct creative workouts,
tailored to the individual
Benefits of Pilates:
Increased flexibility and control;
Uniformly developed strong,
Improved posture, coordi-
nation and balance;
Increased energy and stamina
Invigorated mind and elevated
The Pilates method of physical
and mental conditioning will do
all of this, and more.
Pilates is a proven and
program that has helped peo-
ple strengthen and empower
their bodies since the 1920s.
Pilates is a series of con-
trolled movements performed
on spring-based equipment as
well as specifically sequenced
mat exercises. It is a full body
exercise system that strengthens
the abdomen, buttocks, lower
back, and inner thigh region.
Every session embraces the
six principles of Pilates: control,
concentration, body alignment,
precision, correct breathing,
and flowing movement.
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