Local Fitness League teacher Laura Duncan is excited to be joining singer Sophie Ellis Bextor to celebrate the organisation’s 85th anniversary on May 2nd 2015 at the Royal Albert Hall.
Featuring classes, workshops and other activities centred around health and wellbeing, it promises to be a great tribute to the League’s founder Mary Bagot Stack and her daughter Prunella who developed and guided the organisation as the Women’s League of Health and Beauty.
Including masterclasses, talks, workshops and the final of ‘Strictly Walking’, the day will culminate in a show by Fitness League performers including Laura and some of her class members, demonstrating energy, enthusiasm, skill and showing that ‘This Girl Can’.
‘Fitness League is a well-established nationwide exercise network. We deliver group classes teaching Bagot Stack, designed to improve posture and well-being through central control (core stability) and rhythmic exercise to music, releasing the body’s potential for good health. It is a system that understands women. I can’t wait to perform at the show’.
Sophie Ellis Bextor became patron of the Fitness League last year and says
‘Fitness League classes are a really fun way to keep active. Part exercise and part dance,
a Fitness League class will help keep you supple and toned. My grandmother has been a member for many years and Fitness League has helped keep her healthy.’
The Fitness League Festival runs from 11am – 6pm and tickets are available from the Royal Albert Hall box office.
For further information please contact
Laura Duncan on 01263 578244 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Her classes take place on Mondays and Thursdays at 7pm in Overstrand Parish Hall