Do you run, cycle, swim, are generally active and do you have foam roller but have no idea how to use it?
Do you only use it when you have a niggle, or an injury or are told to start using it or feel you should start to use it?
Learn how to start using your foam roller properly by joining our online 45min Foam Rolling classes starting on Monday 4 January @ 7.00pm.
Classes every Monday @ 7.00pm for 45 minutes
You will learn
- how to get the most out of using your roller to keep you niggle free
- work through key self-myofascial release strategies including some stretches
- focus on specific body areas weekly – i.e. legs / glutes / hips / shoulders
Classes are suitable for all adults provided you don’t have any circulatory or chronic pain conditions.
HOW TO GET STARTED
All Vanessapt.com classes are streamed live via Microsoft Teams. This is available for your PCs/Laptops and mobile devices – CLICK BELOW.
You can download the app from your devices app store if you are using a mobile device.
Microsoft Teams is free for everyone.
HOW TO BOOK ON TO A CLASS
To book onto classes, please click the link (GREEN TEAMS BUTTON) below and install Team App on your phone – it is also available through a web browser.
Once downloaded, sign up to Team App. Search for Vanessa PT and request access. Once you have access, select events and book onto your class. You will find our Kettlebell classes here as well.
Costs are PAYG £7.00 or £20.00 monthly membership for Foam Rolling classes only.
Click here to sign up to the monthly Foam Rolling membership
Vanessapt.com memberships are available which include access all Vanessapt.com classes and access to a growing library of recorded live classes.
PLEASE COMPLETE THE ONLINE FORM BEFORE ATTENDING ANY OF VANESSAPT.COM CLASSES
You will participate in virtual classes at your own risk. You confirm that you are fit and healthy with no injuries. Please ensure you have plenty of space around you to participate safely. I cannot be held responsible for any damage to your property or if you sustain any injuries whilst taking part virtually.