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Friday 18th May 2018
Friday 10am - Beginners
Commencing Friday 8th June
As many of you will be aware, Kerry is leaving her reception role at the end of May to free up more clinic time for her Massage and Pilates.
She will be holding a Beginners class at 10am on a Friday and as she is still a student, these will be offered at a reduced rate.
If you are interested in joining Kerry’s class, please call the practice on 01473 810185.
Thursday 17th May 2018
Where has spring gone? We are now making preparation for the summer term running for 6 weeks from Monday 4th June.
Could all current attendees please confirm their attendance for next term’s classes by Friday 25th of May.
The last class of the current Spring term is Thursday 24th May 2018. Our next term commences:
Lottie 4th Jun - 12th Jul
Sophie 5th Jun - 10th Jul
Kerry 8th Jun - 13th Jul *
6-week term - £66. Drop in classes are £15 per class.
* Kerry’s classes are currently at Student Rate of £8 per class, £48 per term.
Friday 16th March 2018
The time just seems to fly by as we again make preparation for the new term running from the 16th April for 6 weeks.
Could all current class attendees please confirm their attendance for next term’s classes by Wednesday 4th of April.
The last class of the current Spring term is Thursday 29th March 2018.
Next term: Lottie 16th Apr – 24th May
Sophie 17th Apr – 22nd May
6 week term - £66. Drop in classes are £15 per class.
* Due to Monday 7th May being a Bank Holiday all of Lottie’s Monday classes on this day will be held on Monday 9th April instead
Look forward to seeing you next term.
Lottie, Sophie & the Hadleigh Physio Team
Friday 16th March 2018
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