Cynergy Personal Trainers
Winter Newsletter 2013
Yoga Class: Yoga is still ongoing! The Yoga class takes place on Thursday morning from 11:00 to 12:30. All abilities welcome. Call or book on-line to reserve your place.
Kettlebell Class (New):To begin Thursday, 9th of January at 7:00pm. A short 30 minute cardio blast to get your fitness levels back on track in the new year. Book early as space is limited! If we don’t have the numbers signed up, we don’t have a class. Read on for more information.
Pilates Class: Classes are one hour long and for all abilities. The class is currently full, but if enough people are interested we will start another one. Read on for more information.
Running Group: Meets at 08:30 am in front of the gym/centre. All abilities welcome! We run between three and five miles. See our website for more information. Our email address is [email protected].
New Kettlebell Class!
Beginning on the 9th of January, we will be running 30 minute Kettlebell training sessions. This is an intense, full-on workout to fit anyone’s work schedule.The focus is cardio fitness and an overall core workout.
Class to be held at 7:00 pm on Thursdays! For those of you interested in taking part, contact us today to book your first session. Classes are based on a six week program schedule.
New Personal Trainer Starting in January
Cynergy PT has a new Personal Trainer starting in January. We have searched long and hard to find the right fit and we believe we have found him. His name is Joe and he has recently finished his University based qualifications in Sports and Science.
We know Joe from the cycling world and his abilities have always impressed. He knows the dedication required to win races, and he is more than capable in applying that dedication to his work. More recently Joe has become involved in Martial Arts. No doubt he will excel at a competition level here too.
Joe will look at bringing his knowledge and interests to the gym to help motivate others. We are thrilled to have him join our little team at Cynergy.
What We Are Up To
Cat, Gareth and ‘The Bears’, otherwise known as Jens and Heidi will be taking the week off between Christmas and New Year’s to gear up for 2014.
Work has been busier than usual and down time is a bit harder to come by these days. This down time is where plans are made for new classes, training courses are organized and general administrative duties are sorted, all so that we can provide you with a better service.
So, ideally, we will rest up over the break and come back to work recharged and ready to tackle the new year as well as our new adventures!
We are looking forward to a fabulous 2014!
Keep your immune system strong throughout the holiday season. Although it is Christmastime and everyone is gearing up for their social parties and drinks dos, try not to overindulge.
Eat healthily, keep up with your exercise regime, and keep your alcoholic intake to a moderate level in order to keep from weakening your immune system. And if you do come down with a winter bug, take the time to rest and recover. Do not panic! A couple of weeks off from training will not hurt your fitness levels.
You will bounce back quicker having taken the time to fully recover than if you push yourself to work out too soon.
Cynergy’s New Acupunture Therapist – Clare Agnew Lic Ac BSc (Hons), MBAcC, CAUK
Clare has been in private practice for 14 years. Starting out as a Personal Trainer and Sports Therapist she has set up a successful practice from Wooburn Green, Bucks. Clare graduated as an Acupuncturist from the College of Chinese Medicine in 2007 and now treats many other medical conditions. She is also a member of the Cosmetic Acupuncture UK (CAUK) and has extensive knowledge of cosmetic acupuncture techniques.
Acupuncture is a complex medical system which from a Chinese Medicine perspective allows a diagnosis to be made to treat an illness. It can also be used to improve well-being and prevent disease. She has a special interest in treating athletes. Treatments are to maintain optimum health, injuries, observing technique and motivation. She hopes to attend the Commonwealth Games next year supporting these athletes.
Acupuncture has been used in China for thousands of years, and is widely practised in the world as a drug-free therapy. Its effectiveness is increasingly recognised in the West.
Clare strives to listen deeply to the needs of all of her patients. This provides a sense of trust and compassion when a patient decides to try acupuncture.
Clare works closely with other practitioners and has patients referred by doctors, chiropractors and physiotherapists. Referrals can include injuries, chronic fatigue, back pain, migraines, depression to name but a few.
Clare will be joining us on the 14 January to help our clientele as well as existing patients she already treats in the surrounding area.
If you want to know more she is offering free 15 minute consultations on the 14th.
If you want to book in she can be contacted on 07773 187 637 or [email protected]
Cat and Gareth Batson 07951 659728
Hours of Operation: Monday: 09:00 to 20:00 Tuesday-Thursday: 07:30- 20:00 Friday: 07:30 to18:00 Saturday: 08:00 to 13:30