Thursday 15th October
Pilates for dancers, 10:30am
Coffee & Chat, 11:15am – 12pm

Starting with 45 minutes of Pilates, led by Sandra Harnisch-Lacey.

We will meet, move and then there will be time for us to share our experiences of movement practice in lockdown.
How do we practice now?

Reflecting on the increased demands on us as artists and as people this is an open space to chat about what you have – or haven’t- been doing in recent months.

Come for pilates, come for chat or both.
Bring your own cuppa.

Email us at groundworkprocardiff@gmail.com to book, we will send you the zoom link.

Sandra Harnisch-Lacey is a certified Pilates Foundation teacher with an extensive training in Movement and Dance. A graduate of the Laban Centre in London, she has performed, choreographed and taught nationally and internationally for more than 15 years. She is also Artistic Director and choreographer of the award winning Harnisch-Lacey Dance Theatre www.harnischlacey.com She completed her Pilates training at The Scott Studio in Somerset under the tuition of Suzanne Scott and Sally Roberts. She teaches 7 classes per week at The Gate, Cardiff.  Due to Covid-19 she currently teaches classes via Zoom at a general and advanced level and has over ten years of teaching experience under her belt. www.pilates-cardiff.com  

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