Moving Resolution into Action
11:00 AM11:00

Moving Resolution into Action


Ever wondered what your body needs? Have you started a movement practice in 2019? Perhaps now is the time?

Led by Rosana Fiore, this 2 hour yoga workshop is designed for all. Take your new years resolutions and start them in a way that will benefit you for life.

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Understand the basics of this form of movement and safely apply them to meet your (physical) needs. Learn to understand your body and respond to what it is telling you. Start a practice that can improve the body in a way you may have never done before.

Iyengar yoga is a methodic approach that helps us reconnect with our body. Whether you're looking to recover from an injury, regain your range of motion or simply put your socks on with ease every morning, come to this workshop at Fix Studio -- Fulfilment guaranteed.

PS. Expect a nice stretch and a bit of humour.

All levels welcomed.

Sunday 27th January 11:00am - 1:00pm £20


Teacher: Rosana Fiore is a certified Yoga teacher with years of practice and teaching in South America, Europe, and Asia. She's proud to carry on the Iyengar lineage and teaches at Fix Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays.

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Coaching the Post-Natal Client
2:00 PM14:00

Coaching the Post-Natal Client


A 2 hour workshop for Fitness Professionals and Personal Trainers focussing on safe and effective management of post-natal fitness clients.

This evidence-based interactive session will provide key tips and skills to help you improve your work with this important client group and a certificate for 2 hours CPD will be provided.

Get ready to up your game!

  • Would you like to deepen your knowledge of post-natal rehab?

  • Are you keen to help and retain these clients and improve word of mouth recommendations?

  • How can you best help new mums safely connect back to their core foundations so they feel stronger and stay injury free ?

Join us to explore how to progress women safely and effectively back from pregnancy and childbirth, to the level of fitness they strive for.



The process of pregnancy and childbirth is both miraculous and extremely demanding for the mother.  Huge changes occur within a mother’s body as she nurtures and delivers her child.


Significant alteration to muscle composition, ligamentous laxity, joint stability, blood volume, visceral tone and a host of other important body processes means safe and effective coaching of a post-partum client requires skill and a sound knowledge base.  This course aims to provide a basic understanding of key areas relevant to the general personal trainer/fitness professional .

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What you will learn about:

  • Physiological changes of the mother during pregnancy as they pertain to the musculo-skeletal system

  • The Birth process: associated risks, potential injuries and considerations relating to return to physical activity / training.

  • Common post-natal conditions such as abdominal diastasis, stress incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse.  How to screen for these conditions and modify your fitness program accordingly.

  • Optimal alignment and breathing techniques to promote the core connection and healing after having a baby.


  • Tips on how to help connect post-natal women to their pelvic floor and use it effectively during their fitness sessions and home practice.

  • C-section recovery and how to work with this group.

  • Exercise modifications for those breastfeeding and those with pelvic pain.

  • Top Tips to progress mums back to running/weight training or high impact exercise:   When, how soon, how much..?

The course will be hosted by Niamh Burn (Pelvic Health Physiotherapist), Nicki Brown (Specialist pre and postnatal PT, massage therapist and pre/postnatal teacher at Fix / Frame / &Breathe) and Luke Selby - Osteopath, Sports Coach and Director at Fix.

This is a workshop for health and fitness professionals. The course runs at Fix Studio on Wednesday 30th Jan 2019, from 2.00 pm until 4.00pm and costs £25.

A certificate for 2 hours CPD will be issued to all attendees.

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RUNZEN:  Mindfulness for Runners.  Module 1:  Foundation and Focus
9:30 AM09:30

RUNZEN: Mindfulness for Runners. Module 1: Foundation and Focus


Running is one of the most popular forms of exercise in the UK. Studies suggest a range of benefits for the health of our body and mind when we run. These include helping prevent obesity, heart disease and high blood pressure, and boosting sleep quality and mood.

In recent years, there has also been a growing interest in mindfulness. Research is linking a regular and sustained mindfulness practice with a decrease in the incidence of depression, anxiety and stress. It can also improve the ability to regulate our emotions, and help increase our focus and attention.

But how many of us really maximise the potential of our short jog, or our longer runs?


Bringing mindful awareness to our experience can help us move beyond engaging with the world on autopilot as we learn to meet the present moment with openness, joy and curiosity. By employing techniques of mindfulness, runnings move beyond the status of a mere physical activity to become a fully integrated body-mind experience.

In this morning session, Fix has partnered with mindful running pioneers RUNZEN ( to host a three-hour foundation workshop. Course leaders Stuart McCleod and Cesare Saguato will introduce participants to the key elements needed to bring a mindful awareness to the experience of the body and mind whilst running.

Stuart doing some of what he does best!

Stuart doing some of what he does best!

Cesare in Hackney’s Victoria Park

Cesare in Hackney’s Victoria Park

Cesare and Stuart have many years experience between them of mindfulness and meditation practice, developed alongside their own journeys in endurance sports. Through these experiences, they have learnt that the integration of mind-body awareness can improve mental health and running simultaneously for greater all-round wellbeing. These benefits can then be brought back into our everyday life.

This course will run on the same morning as Fix Studio hosts its afternoon Yoga for Runners workshop. The RUNZEN mindfulness course is £30 for 3 hours. Or attend the whole day and access both sessions for a reduced rate of £50.

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Yoga for Runners - From Mind through Body
1:30 PM13:30

Yoga for Runners - From Mind through Body


Led by Bryony Hughes, this 3 hour afternoon workshop is designed for all the runners who have ever wondered about the benefits of a yoga practice.


Through a discussion of the anatomy of running, we will explore how yoga can help you develop the strength and flexibility to run more efficiently and minimise your risk of injury. 

By the end of the workshop, you will have three simple yoga sequences you can use for post-run stretching, core strength training, and recovery from longer runs. Suitable for total beginners to yoga and for all levels of runner.

The workshop will run on the same afternoon as Fix hosts its RUNZEN - Mindfulness for Runners foundation module. The Yoga work shop is £30 for 3 hours. Or people can attend the whole day for a reduced rate of £50.


Teacher: Bryony is a yoga teacher at Fix Studio. She is a medical doctor by background and is currently training in yoga therapy with the Minded Institute. She uses her understanding of anatomy and physiology to inform her yoga teaching and is passionate about making the therapeutic benefits of yoga accessible to everyone.

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The Fix Running Masterclass
1:30 PM13:30

The Fix Running Masterclass


Please join us for a half-day workshop for runners of all levels.

If you're deep in preparation for marathon season, have returned to running after some time off or perhaps are panicking about the fact that you've signed up for a half-marathon (we've been there), this workshop will give you the skills to reach your goal.

We'll be covering:

  • The importance of cross training for injury prevention and performance enhancement

  • The role of psychology and physiology in achieving your goals

  • How to embed movement patterns as you run

  • The key elements of running to optimise speed and efficiency

You'll then work with the coaches to individually assess your running and get specialised tips on how to improve your movement with drills, strength work or specific cues. 

The workshop will be hosted by Steve Hobbs (Running coach), Joe Dale (Osteopath and ultra runner) and Luke Selby (Osteopath and performance coach)

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The course runs at Fix Studio on Sunday 3rd March 2019, from 12.30pm until 4.30pm and costs £65.

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