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Our philosophy - at the BODYCONDITIONING studio we believe in the use of intelligent exercise, tailored to individuals needs in small and friendly classes. It is based around a matwork class, primarily working on strengthening deep core muscles and improving suppleness to promote good posture and muscle balance.

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Our exercise

A variety of exercises, (some old favourites, some new), thoughtfully selected and appropriately modified, resulting in a balanced programme which progresses as you improve. In essence, we work on improving core stability, flexibility, balance, posture and coordination.

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Acupuncture and Cupping

Both ancient Chinese treatments used in the management of musculoskeletal problems including neck and low back pain, sports injuries, tennis elbow and arthritic knee pain.


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More details

We have a variety of classes, each of them have taken on different levels, influenced over time by the members of the class and of course the instructor. For instance, there are different types of intermediate classes ranging from “relaxed and steady” to “robust and pacey”.

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History

Lucy qualified as a Chartered Physiotherapist in 1989 and, after taking an MSc course in Manipulative Therapy in 1992, went on to head the Physiotherapy department at the Royal Ballet Company in Covent Garden. It was during this time that Lucy was introduced to the concept of Pilates.

In 2001 Lucy left the Royal Ballet Company to broaden her skills as a Physiotherapist and establish the BODYCONDITIONING studio. Whilst developing her own business Lucy also worked as a consultant to Birmingham Royal Ballet and the Niche Joshi Clinic in Wimpole Street, London.

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