Sports Massage Therapist
Dee was first introduced to Pilates in 1999 while training as a contemporary dancer at Laban gaining a BA (Hons) Degree in 2002. After sustaining injury in her 3rd year, Dee used Pilates to help rehabilitate was inspired to teach Pilates.
She certified in Pilates Matwork with the Pilates Foundation through the completion of a comprehensive one year course at The Place in London, graduating in 2007 and then continued to certify in studio equipment with the APPI (Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute) in 2010. To develop her knowledge, skills and understanding of the body and to compliment her training as a Pilates teacher, Dee qualified as a Sports Massage Therapist in August 2014 with Pro Active Training (ITEC Level 3) at the London School of Osteopathy.
Dee joined the Oast Osteopathy in 2009 and teaches a wide range of classes at the Oast. She is also currently studying with Authentic Pilates Australia in the Classical Pilates Method and is a Pilates Apprentice for Exhale Pilates London.
"Pilates is a very rewarding career and I enjoy teaching a wide variety classes from beginners to advanced, ante and postnatal pilates, studio classes and stability ball classes. Most of all I enjoy seeing my clients benefit from Pilates, whether it’s to be able to master a particular move, rehab from an injury or just simply be able to move better and pain free again. Pilates is about moving well and the style of my classes are very much focused on giving you a better understanding of how your body moves and how to use your core efficiently. My classes are a blend of the contemporary and classical pilates approach and classes focus on combining breath & fluidity with precision and control enabling your body to develop strength and mobility
Your body Pilates with Dee - Time table
These classes are all held at The Oast but booked directly through Dee
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