Hornby Island Pilates instructor hosting weekend workshops at Studio IPF

Pat Lui at Inner Pursuit Fitness in Courtenay on Saturday, Nov. 5

Pat Lui is leading two Pilates workshops this Saturday at Inner Pursuit Fitness.

Pilates workshops for both beginner and advanced students offer a chance to practise with passionate health and happiness advocate, Pat Lui, on Saturday, Nov. 5.

“We are so excited to be able to offer these classes with such a sought after teacher,” says IPF director Leanne Zdbiak-Eni. “We are so grateful to have this level of skill available to the Comox Valley.”

Lui is a classical Pilates instructor and a graduate of prestigious Pilates Center, Boulder CO. With over a decade of Pilates experience and 20 years as a fitness leader, Lui spent much of his career at the iconic Sweat Co. in downtown Vancouver. Currently residing on Hornby Island, he regularly tours offering workshops and tutorials. This Saturday’s workshop schedule:

Pilates 100: A Recipe For Success, 1:15-2:30 p.m., fundamentals for the beginner, the “ingredients” of Pilates exercise; breath, controlled movement, and spinal articulation.

Pilates 101: Going Deeper , 2:45-4 p.m , intermediates will explore deeper connections;gain strength, connect to the powerhouse, and identify and release superficial tension.

Each workshop is $29 plus GST. Register at www.studioipf.com or call 250-703-2673. Studio IPF: Inner Pursuit Fitness, is at 303 B 13th St., Courtenay.

 

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