Events - August 2014

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1 Aug 2014 Amatsu Therapy Sessions

Alex Mosco is an Amatsu Therapy Practitioner, martial artist, climber, cyclist and walker. He is well well aware of the need for good physical and mental health to function effectively in all these sports. Treating the body globally rather than just the symptoms of an injury is intrinsic to Amatsu, and with overall balance the body is able to maintain health naturally.

Alex discovered the Japanese system of Amatsu Therapy via martial arts. Amatsu Therapy applies soft-tissue mobilisation techniques to relieve restrictions in muscles, tendons, fascia, and ligaments. These releases re-pattern muscles, improving joint function, ranges of movement and treat the whole body. Treatment comprises hands-on physical manipulation suitable for all ages, genders and levels of mobility and can be used preventatively or post-injury.

By releasing soft tissue restrictions conditions ranging from sports injuries, back pain, shoulder issues, sciatic complaints, ankle and knee problems and musculoskeletal postural and mobility dysfunctions can be treated

Details:

Balance approx 1 hour: £35

Remain clothed in loose, comfortable attire.

Under 16’s to be accompanied by parent/guardian.

TO BOOK FOR 1st August 2014 PLEASE CLICK HERE

Venue
The Mini Works

8 Aug 2014 Amatsu Therapy Sessions

Alex Mosco is an Amatsu Therapy Practitioner, martial artist, climber, cyclist and walker. He is well well aware of the need for good physical and mental health to function effectively in all these sports. Treating the body globally rather than just the symptoms of an injury is intrinsic to Amatsu, and with overall balance the body is able to maintain health naturally.

Alex discovered the Japanese system of Amatsu Therapy via martial arts. Amatsu Therapy applies soft-tissue mobilisation techniques to relieve restrictions in muscles, tendons, fascia, and ligaments. These releases re-pattern muscles, improving joint function, ranges of movement and treat the whole body. Treatment comprises hands-on physical manipulation suitable for all ages, genders and levels of mobility and can be used preventatively or post-injury.

By releasing soft tissue restrictions conditions ranging from sports injuries, back pain, shoulder issues, sciatic complaints, ankle and knee problems and musculoskeletal postural and mobility dysfunctions can be treated

Details:

Balance approx 1 hour: £35

Remain clothed in loose, comfortable attire.

Under 16’s to be accompanied by parent/guardian.

TO BOOK FOR 8th August 2014 PLEASE CLICK HERE

Venue
The Mini Works

15 Aug 2014 Amatsu Therapy Sessions

Alex Mosco is an Amatsu Therapy Practitioner, martial artist, climber, cyclist and walker. He is well well aware of the need for good physical and mental health to function effectively in all these sports. Treating the body globally rather than just the symptoms of an injury is intrinsic to Amatsu, and with overall balance the body is able to maintain health naturally.

Alex discovered the Japanese system of Amatsu Therapy via martial arts. Amatsu Therapy applies soft-tissue mobilisation techniques to relieve restrictions in muscles, tendons, fascia, and ligaments. These releases re-pattern muscles, improving joint function, ranges of movement and treat the whole body. Treatment comprises hands-on physical manipulation suitable for all ages, genders and levels of mobility and can be used preventatively or post-injury.

By releasing soft tissue restrictions conditions ranging from sports injuries, back pain, shoulder issues, sciatic complaints, ankle and knee problems and musculoskeletal postural and mobility dysfunctions can be treated

Details:

Balance approx 1 hour: £35

Remain clothed in loose, comfortable attire.

Under 16’s to be accompanied by parent/guardian.

TO BOOK FOR 15th August 2014 PLEASE CLICK HERE

Venue
The Mini Works

19 Aug 2014 21 Jul 2014 3 Day Beginner Course

3 day Course - beginner climber

Ideal for beginners - and those with less than a year's climbing experience. Participants will work towards level 1 of either our ‘Monkey Awards’ or ‘Climbing Stars’ or their Junior Membership. This course gives participants a complete introduction to climbing safety and basic climbing skills.

5 - 6 years and 7 - 9 years

Great introduction for little climbers. These sessions are ideal for young children who love to climb. Whether they climb at the Mini Works, around the house or are looking for a new activity to have a go at. Over the 3 days they will work towards the Mini Works 'Monkey Award' level 1, teaching them skills that will help with climbing and everyday activities.

Details

Course Dates: Tue19th - Thu 21st Aug

Course Times:

5 - 6 years - 12.30pm - 1.30pm

7 - 9 years - 12.30pm - 1.30pm and 2.00pm - 3.00pm

Cost: £20 (Participants taking part on these 3 day courses can receive 1/2 price entry to the Young Climbers Festival)

 

10 - 13 years

Ideal for beginners and those with less than a year's climbing experience.  Participants will learn climbing safety,  basic climbing skills, techniques and work towards The Climbing Works 'Climbing Star Award' level 1.

14 - 16 years

Participants aged 14 - 16 years will work towards becoming independent climbers and will receive Junior Membership at the end of the 3 day course. As Junior Members participants can then use the climbing centre anytime we are open and access our Youth Clubs.

Details

Course Dates:  Tue19th - Thu 21st Aug

Course Time: 2.00pm - 3.30pm

Cost: £30 (Participants taking part on these 3 day courses can receive 1/2 price entry to the Young Climbers Festival)

Venue
The Mini Works

21 Aug 2014 The CWIF 2015: Dates Announced

Today we're happy to announce that The 9th Climbing Works International Festival will be held on the weekend of the 7th & 8th March 2015.

 

The CWIF has become a mainstay of many a UK climber and has attracted some of the best climbers in the World including Alex Megos, Jakob Schubert, Melissa La Neve & Nalle Hukkataival. The CWIF 2015 will be build on everything we've done before and once again will be a weekend not to be missed. We're already working on making it the best yet and as always having some fun with the event.

 

For those who enjoyed The CWIF 2014, or those who haven't been before, we now have the 2014 highlights film up to coincide with the 2015 CWIF date launch and the Boulder World Championships in Munich this weekend. The Semi's & Finals are being held on Sat 23rd August and can be watched at ifsc-climbing.org. Many of the competitors at The CWIF will be going for the World Cup title this weekend. You can see photos, short films and read a report of the 2014 CWIF weekend on our website here>>

We will open registration in early 2015 so keep an eye on thecwif.com for more details.

 

 

22 Aug 2014 Amatsu Therapy Sessions

Alex Mosco is an Amatsu Therapy Practitioner, martial artist, climber, cyclist and walker. He is well well aware of the need for good physical and mental health to function effectively in all these sports. Treating the body globally rather than just the symptoms of an injury is intrinsic to Amatsu, and with overall balance the body is able to maintain health naturally.

Alex discovered the Japanese system of Amatsu Therapy via martial arts. Amatsu Therapy applies soft-tissue mobilisation techniques to relieve restrictions in muscles, tendons, fascia, and ligaments. These releases re-pattern muscles, improving joint function, ranges of movement and treat the whole body. Treatment comprises hands-on physical manipulation suitable for all ages, genders and levels of mobility and can be used preventatively or post-injury.

By releasing soft tissue restrictions conditions ranging from sports injuries, back pain, shoulder issues, sciatic complaints, ankle and knee problems and musculoskeletal postural and mobility dysfunctions can be treated

Details:

Balance approx 1 hour: £35

Remain clothed in loose, comfortable attire.

Under 16’s to be accompanied by parent/guardian.

TO BOOK FOR 22nd August 2014 PLEASE CLICK HERE

Venue
The Mini Works

29 Aug 2014 Amatsu Therapy Sessions

Alex Mosco is an Amatsu Therapy Practitioner, martial artist, climber, cyclist and walker. He is well well aware of the need for good physical and mental health to function effectively in all these sports. Treating the body globally rather than just the symptoms of an injury is intrinsic to Amatsu, and with overall balance the body is able to maintain health naturally.

Alex discovered the Japanese system of Amatsu Therapy via martial arts. Amatsu Therapy applies soft-tissue mobilisation techniques to relieve restrictions in muscles, tendons, fascia, and ligaments. These releases re-pattern muscles, improving joint function, ranges of movement and treat the whole body. Treatment comprises hands-on physical manipulation suitable for all ages, genders and levels of mobility and can be used preventatively or post-injury.

By releasing soft tissue restrictions conditions ranging from sports injuries, back pain, shoulder issues, sciatic complaints, ankle and knee problems and musculoskeletal postural and mobility dysfunctions can be treated

Details:

Balance approx 1 hour: £35

Remain clothed in loose, comfortable attire.

Under 16’s to be accompanied by parent/guardian.

TO BOOK FOR 29th AUGUST 2014 PLEASE CLICK HERE

Venue
The Mini Works

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