Try Pilates this October!
Spaces available on Saturday 21 & 28 October
10am-11am, The Shore, Leith, Edinburgh
- Improve your posture
- Reduce back/neck/shoulder pain
- Calm your mind
- Reduce muscular tension
- Strengthen your core
Beginner friendly, back friendly.
Contact Lisa for more details: firstname.lastname@example.org
Or book online: https://bookwhen.com/lisacorner
Welcome to my Fibromyalgia/chronic pain blog. I’ve had fibromyalgia for a few years now and it has turned my life upside down in both good and bad ways. I’ve tried all sorts of things to reduce the pain, increase my strength, decrease associated anxiety etc and thought I would share my experiences with other fibro folks. Everything I’ve written is purely based on my own thoughts and experiences – everyone has a different experience with fibromyalgia so what works for me may not work for you but I hope you find something below (and in future blogs) that may help you.
I was lucky enough to have Sue Gyford come along to class to see what it’s all about. Sue works for Jog Scotland and was interested in writing an article about The Gyrokinesis Method for their runners’ magazine STRIDE. Gyrokinesis is fantastic for runners, either as a post running stretching workout or as part of a general fitness routine to keep them in tip-top condition for running.
STRIDE Full Article (PDF)
Link to STRIDE magazine article (see page 35 for Gyrokinesis article)