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KEEPING YOU IN TOUCH - YOUR FREE MONTHLY NEWSPAPER DELIVERED DOOR-TO-DOOR FOR 30 YEARS SATURDAY DANCE WORKSHOP


Cockermouth Scottish Country Dance Club held its biannual Saturday Workshop for intermediate and advanced dancers at Braithwaite Village Hall More than forty dancers took part this year and enjoyed two afternoon classes, followed by an evening dance. The excellent floor in the hall was much appreciated as was the fantastic,


lively music provide by accordionist, Ian Slater.


The teacher was William Williamson from Dumfries, a Scottish singer, musician and entertainer, as well as an accomplished teacher of Scottish Dancing.


CUMBERLAND FELL RUNNERS CHRISTMAS PUDDING TRAIL RACE!


Setmurthy Woods Approx 5.5km trail • 460’ ascent/descent


Sunday 17th December Start Times


Juniors: 10.30am / Seniors: 11.00am at GR: NY 163 329 (near Isel Bridge)


Christmas Pudding for all finishers Males, Females, Vets and Juniors (U16)


Enter at start from 10.00am-10.50am


£5.00 (£2.00 juniors) Supporting


Cockermouth Mountain Rescue Team


Shauna, Ron, Linda and Jill were present at the day school and commented: “The whole day was very enjoyable, we had lots of fun, we learned a lot, it was hard work but worth it.


~ COCKERMOUTH SCOTTISH COUNTRY DANCE CLUB~


“William is a superb teacher who strives for a high standard of dancing but he is always encouraging and has a great sense of humour. The atmosphere all day was excellent and we all had a great day.”


New members are welcome, beginners and experienced dancers alike, so come and join us at our classes.


If you want to try something new, refresh old skills, exercise whilst making new friends and having fun, we look forward to seeing you.


For further information, visit www.derwentscd.com or contact the secretary on 01900 817045.


For the youth section (aged 7 upwards), contact cockermouthyouthscd@talktalk.net


IN FITNESS AND IN HEALTH! Pilates for Better Posture


Practising Pilates can help to improve posture, as it teaches us how to be aware of the body and its position in space, as well as teaching us how to move and adjust the position of our different body parts. There are many different postural types but some of the most common include:


Kyphotic-Lordotic Posture; this is commonly found in people who work hunched over a desk for hours a day. Also in teachers especially of Primary and Nursery age children who must bend forward and over to work with the children. People who do lots of cycling in or outdoor, can be prone to this due to the time spent flexed forwards while riding.


Flat Back Posture; frequently found in people who have a leadership role and must stand up straight to appear as if they are ‘in control of the room’. Exaggerating an upright posture can be just as bad for us as slouching is.


Mery Christmas to al our clients Old, New and Future


INFO@THECOCKERMOUTHPOST.CO.UK


Swayback Posture; this can be found in people who lack confidence


and are unsure of themselves. This sunken chest posture is common among individuals who are feeling down, or would prefer others not to notice them. Postures and emotions are linked, when we feel down our chest will fall, our shoulders will round and we will try to hide away from the world.


Postural Scoliosis; this may be found in women who carry children on one hip, or you may develop this if your handbag is heavier than the average toddler and you carry it on the same shoulder all the time. What we lift and carry, affects how we stand, so we need to adjust and try to achieve balance.


Whatever your posture type, practising the most appropriate Pilates exercises will help to balance out your everyday activities and bring you into better alignment. Contact Cockermouth Pilates Studio to get yourself realigned.


For more information contact the Studio on 01900 825139 Ruth Noonan, Cockermouth Pilates Studio


16 NOVEMBER 2017 ISSUE 420 PAGE 52


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