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Eileen Jackson Teacher I   started   teaching   after   attending   yoga   and   Pilates classes      myself,      since      2003      and      2008,      and discovering    the    mental    and    physical    benefits    of both    exercise    disciplines.        In    September    2011,    I enrolled   on   a   STOTT   PILATES   Intensive   Mat   Pilates course,   and,   in   February   2012   took   the   Advanced course,   passing   my   exams   for   both   in   September   of that    year.        In    December    2012,    I    completed    the British Wheel of Yoga Foundation Level 1 course. I   found   my   love   of   exercise   at   the   age   of   eighteen, when   I   started   doing   aerobics,   and   after   a   couple   of years,   I   became   an   assistant   in   classes.      This   gave me   the   opportunity   to   start   teaching   routines   and   standing   in   for   instructors   when   they   weren’t   available.      Since then,   I   have   tried   most   disciplines   of   fitness,   including   weight   training/body   building,   swimming,   step,   body combat,   running   and   boxercise,   to   name   but   a   few.I   started   yoga   in   2003,   and   attended   weekly   classes   for three years, until a skiing accident interrupted my exercise regime. After   surgery,   rehab   and   physio,   I   finally   got   back   into   training,   and   my   passion   for   yoga   returned   in   2007,   as   I began practising again and improving my ability. It was during this time I also heard about Pilates and started doing a class once a week. I   began   to   lessen   the   amount   of   weight   training   I   was   doing   and   increased   my   yoga   and   Pilates   until   I   stopped weight   training   completely.   I   found   I   was   becoming   stronger   and   my   body   was   looking   thinner   and   more   toned, even though I didn’t actually lose weight. I   love   being   able   to   help   people   feel   better   about   themselves   both   physically   and   mentally   through   teaching the mind and body exercise of Pilates.
The Yoga Bank 2018 © All Rights Reserved. Website Design GC_Wood
0151 257 8202
About Us
Eileen Jackson Teacher I   started   teaching   after   attending   yoga   and   Pilates   classes   myself, since    2003    and    2008,    and    discovering    the    mental    and    physical benefits   of   both   exercise   disciplines.      In   September   2011,   I   enrolled on   a   STOTT   PILATES   Intensive   Mat   Pilates   course,   and,   in   February 2012    took    the    Advanced    course,    passing    my    exams    for    both    in September   of   that   year.      In   December   2012,   I   completed   the   British Wheel of Yoga Foundation Level 1 course. I   found   my   love   of   exercise   at   the   age   of   eighteen,   when   I   started doing   aerobics,   and   after   a   couple   of   years,   I   became   an   assistant   in classes.      This   gave   me   the   opportunity   to   start   teaching   routines   and standing   in   for   instructors   when   they   weren’t   available.      Since   then,   I have   tried   most   disciplines   of   fitness,   including   weight   training/body building,   swimming,   step,   body   combat,   running   and   boxercise,   to name   but   a   few.I   started   yoga   in   2003,   and   attended   weekly   classes for    three    years,    until    a    skiing    accident    interrupted    my    exercise regime. After   surgery,   rehab   and   physio,   I   finally   got   back   into   training,   and   my   passion   for   yoga   returned   in   2007,   as   I   began   practising   again   and improving my ability. It was during this time I also heard about Pilates and started doing a class once a week. I   began   to   lessen   the   amount   of   weight   training   I   was   doing   and   increased   my   yoga   and   Pilates   until   I   stopped   weight   training   completely.   I   found I was becoming stronger and my body was looking thinner and more toned, even though I didn’t actually lose weight. I   love   being   able   to   help   people   feel   better   about   themselves   both   physically   and   mentally   through   teaching   the   mind   and   body   exercise   of Pilates.
The Yoga Bank 2018 © All Rights Reserved. Website Design GC_Wood
0151 257 8202
About Us
Eileen Jackson Teacher I   started   teaching   after   attending   yoga and   Pilates   classes   myself,   since   2003 and   2008,   and   discovering   the   mental and    physical    benefits    of    both    exercise disciplines.      In   September   2011,   I   enrolled on    a    STOTT    PILATES    Intensive    Mat Pilates    course,    and,    in    February    2012 took   the   Advanced   course,   passing   my exams    for    both    in    September    of    that year.        In    December    2012,    I    completed the British Wheel of Yoga Foundation Level 1 course. I   found   my   love   of   exercise   at   the   age   of   eighteen,   when   I   started   doing   aerobics,   and after   a   couple   of   years,   I   became   an   assistant   in   classes.      This   gave   me   the   opportunity   to start   teaching   routines   and   standing   in   for   instructors   when   they   weren’t   available.      Since then,   I   have   tried   most   disciplines   of   fitness,   including   weight   training/body   building, swimming,   step,   body   combat,   running   and   boxercise,   to   name   but   a   few.I   started   yoga   in 2003,   and   attended   weekly   classes   for   three   years,   until   a   skiing   accident   interrupted   my exercise regime. After   surgery,   rehab   and   physio,   I   finally   got   back   into   training,   and   my   passion   for   yoga returned in 2007, as I began practising again and improving my ability. It was during this time I also heard about Pilates and started doing a class once a week. I   began   to   lessen   the   amount   of   weight   training   I   was   doing   and   increased   my   yoga   and Pilates   until   I   stopped   weight   training   completely.   I   found   I   was   becoming   stronger   and my body was looking thinner and more toned, even though I didn’t actually lose weight. I    love    being    able    to    help    people    feel    better    about    themselves    both    physically    and mentally through teaching the mind and body exercise of Pilates.
The Yoga Bank 2018 © All Rights Reserved. Website Design GC_Wood
0151 257 8202
Eileen Jackson Teacher I   started   teaching   after   attending   yoga   and   Pilates   classes myself,   since   2003   and   2008,   and   discovering   the   mental and    physical    benefits    of    both    exercise    disciplines.        In September   2011,   I   enrolled   on   a   STOTT   PILATES   Intensive Mat     Pilates     course,     and,     in     February     2012     took     the Advanced   course,   passing   my   exams   for   both   in   September of   that   year.      In   December   2012,   I   completed   the   British Wheel of Yoga Foundation Level 1 course. I   found   my   love   of   exercise   at   the   age   of   eighteen,   when   I started    doing    aerobics,    and    after    a    couple    of    years,    I became     an     assistant     in     classes.          This     gave     me     the opportunity   to   start   teaching   routines   and   standing   in   for instructors   when   they   weren’t   available.      Since   then,   I   have tried      most      disciplines      of      fitness,      including      weight training/body     building,     swimming,     step,     body     combat, running   and   boxercise,   to   name   but   a   few.I   started   yoga   in 2003,   and   attended   weekly   classes   for   three   years,   until   a skiing accident interrupted my exercise regime. After    surgery,    rehab    and    physio,    I    finally    got    back    into training,   and   my   passion   for   yoga   returned   in   2007,   as   I began practising again and improving my ability. It    was    during    this    time    I    also    heard    about    Pilates    and started doing a class once a week. I   began   to   lessen   the   amount   of   weight   training   I   was   doing and   increased   my   yoga   and   Pilates   until   I   stopped   weight training   completely.   I   found   I   was   becoming   stronger   and my   body   was   looking   thinner   and   more   toned,   even   though I didn’t actually lose weight. I     love     being     able     to     help     people     feel     better     about themselves   both   physically   and   mentally   through   teaching the mind and body exercise of Pilates.
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The Yoga Bank 2018 © All Rights Reserved. Website Design GC_Wood
Eileen Jackson Teacher I     started     teaching     after     attending yoga   and   Pilates   classes   myself,   since 2003   and   2008,   and   discovering   the mental   and   physical   benefits   of   both exercise    disciplines.        In    September 2011,   I   enrolled   on   a   STOTT   PILATES Intensive   Mat   Pilates   course,   and,   in February    2012    took    the    Advanced course,   passing   my   exams   for   both   in September   of   that   year.      In   December 2012,   I   completed   the   British   Wheel   of Yoga Foundation Level 1 course. I   found   my   love   of   exercise   at   the   age of    eighteen,    when    I    started    doing aerobics,   and   after   a   couple   of   years,   I became   an   assistant   in   classes.      This gave    me    the    opportunity    to    start teaching   routines   and   standing   in   for instructors       when       they       weren’t available.        Since    then,    I    have    tried most   disciplines   of   fitness,   including weight          training/body          building, swimming,       step,       body       combat, running   and   boxercise,   to   name   but   a few.I     started     yoga     in     2003,     and attended    weekly    classes    for    three years,       until       a       skiing       accident interrupted my exercise regime. After    surgery,    rehab    and    physio,    I finally   got   back   into   training,   and   my passion   for   yoga   returned   in   2007,   as I       began       practising       again       and improving my ability. It   was   during   this   time   I   also   heard about    Pilates    and    started    doing    a class once a week. I    began    to    lessen    the    amount    of weight     training     I     was     doing     and increased   my   yoga   and   Pilates   until   I stopped   weight   training   completely.   I found   I   was   becoming   stronger   and my    body    was    looking    thinner    and more    toned,    even    though    I    didn’t actually lose weight. I   love   being   able   to   help   people   feel better       about       themselves       both physically      and      mentally      through teaching   the   mind   and   body   exercise of Pilates.
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