"Courage doesn't mean you don't get afraid... Courage means you don't let fear stop you" 💕
It takes courage to go to your first ever pole or aerial hoop class. "What if I can't do the moves"
Of course you will be able to do the moves ☺️ we teach moves that are suitable for your level. "What if I'm not good enough"
Everyone has to start somewhere, no one is born being good or knowing what to do, it takes practice and determination. It's a journey! "People are going to be watching me"
We are all too busy concentrating on our own moves to worry about what other people are doing, and if someone does look over at you it's probably because they are in complete awe of the move you have just achieved! We often cheer each other in class, it's a great feeling 🙌🏻 "I'm too heavy or too weak"
You don't need to be strong or a certain size to join our classes. Strength builds over time and all you need to start is YOUR BODY, our classes are all about exploring what your amazing body can do and this will build your confidence and body positivity 😍 "I'm not flexible enough"
You don't need to be flexible either, only a few moves require flexibility which you can train and over time you will get them, but we always offer variations, so all moves are suitable for all our students, splits are definitely not required 😉
If you have any questions about our classes please get in touch, we have classes in Witney and Moreton in Marsh 🦄
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Oh to be sat in this cosy corner with a good book instead of having several more hours of work to do this evening! One of the wonderful things about our job is that we are privileged to see inside some really special Cotswold homes. Bold or unusual colours and design ideas are particularly eye catching. What’s the boldest you have been with colour?
Harley had a very bad start in life and had lost an eye through ill-treatment. He came to stay with us because he did not like kennel life and I was told to look after him and make him feel at home.
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#lestweforget#remembrance#remembranceday these pictures were taken when we were in the Cotswolds, we saw the painting on the wall of the pub and had to stop for a photo on the way back past, it's so poignant for this time of year! The metal soldier statues and the note which 'touched' me were in Moreton in Marsh and the newly opened poppy was just outside the church in Ebrington🌺 #cotswolds#moretoninmarsh
Love a good #tbt 💛 here’s one of our previous team members @rhiceridavies at Summer Camp with the legend that was Bobby V 🤩 Rhiannon is now a super career woman, living in London and working at Netflix 💪🏼 #stronggirlsclub
Remembrance Day is this Sunday, November 11th, a day that we honour those who gave their lives during the 1st and 2nd wars.
This week, I am posting photos of Cenotaphs that I have photographed. Cenotaphs can be found in towns and cities throughout the British Commonwealth and are situated in prominent locations. The cenotaph that I feature today is from Moreton- in-Marsh, in the Cotswolds District of Gloucestershire, England.
I particularly like the sculpture of St. George slaying the dragon that is featured at the top of this cenotaph.
The following info was taken from "Wikipedia ". "The Moreton-in-Marsh and Batsford War Memorial stands in Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire, and is a memorial to those of Moreton and Batsford killed in the First and Second World Wars. The erection of the memorial on the High Street began in November 1920. It is built of Hollington stone from Staffordshire, and stands 24 feet (7.3 m) high. The work was carried out by R. I. Boulton and Sons of Cheltenham to Guy Dawber's design. Carved at the top of the memorial are the figures of St. George and the Dragon from the model prepared by the sculptor, Allan Wyon of London. The total cost was around £700, raised primarily from public subscriptions.
The memorial consists of an octagonal flight of five steps, upon which stands a sur-base containing panels and surmounted around the top by the inscription "In grateful memory of the men of Moreton and Batsford who gave their lives in the Great War". On four panels are inscribed the names of the forty-four men who died. On a fifth panel was later inscribed "These men also gave their lives 1939-1945" with the names of seven men who fell in the Second World War.
On the sur-base is superimposed another base block with cusped and traceried panels containing the arms of the County of Gloucestershire and of St. George emblazoned in colour and gilt. Above this rises an octagonal shaft crowned by the carved figure of St. George and the Dragon."