Zoom is becoming a way of life.....
I hope you are all well and keeping safe, and getting used to your Pilates class delivered by Zoom. It was revealed this week that the UK Government are using Zoom for cabinet meetings, (no slouching)
Also inevitably negatives stories are emerging regarding security and hacking of Zoom.Body Control Pilates Association (my training organisation & head office) who recommended Zoom have looked into this on behalf of all their members. To reassure everyone, I’m the host of Zoom and I’ve password protected my account and each individual class is password protected and locked.
Next week a password will be with your invite (6 numbers) apply this once you have clicked on the blue invite.
This will ensure our meetings are secure and cant be hacked. Thank you.
Easter is just round the corner now, and i am running classes Monday 6th, 9 am, 10 am 11.30 am
Tuesday 7th 10 am , 11.30 am & 2.30 am
Wednesday 8th April. 9.30 am.
(as well as individual classes.)
There are a few spaces if you want to join in or swap.
I will be back teaching Thursday 16th April.
Happy Easter to you all and your families,safe & keep well. Below are some exercises to practise over the holidays and information from my colleague and friend Angie Jackson from Physiofit in Alderley Edge.
STAY CALM AND PILATES ON
Physios step into help NHS
As doctors struggle to cope with demand for appointments and the impact of their own staff having to self-isolate, local physiotherapists are stepping in to ease the pressure.
During these difficult times, it’s important that any patient who has a muscle or joint problem can seek the help of a physiotherapist – and not their GP or A&E.
This will mean NHS staff can focus on those who need them most and you don’t put yourself at risk of catching or spreading coronavirus by attending A&E departments or GP surgeries.
It’s particularly important, since many of us are doing more exercise than usual in order to make the most of our daily exercise sessions outdoors.
If you’re worried about an injury and need advice, Physiofit in Alderley Edge are offering a free telephone consultation service to help establish if physiotherapy is the right treatment for you.
If their experts have any concerns, they can still arrange for you to see your doctor.
These calls can be booked on the Physiofit website www.physiofit.co.uk/book or by phoning the normal clinic number 01625 590 444.
You can also drop us an email firstname.lastname@example.org if you prefer.
Physiofit have expanded their NHS self-referral access to enable all patients who are registered with an GP in Cheshire East to have physiotherapy via phone or video link through the NHS scheme.