Parsons Green workshop series

Jumpboard Workshop

Join us for an in-person workshop followed by networking and bubbles, delivered by renowned reformer trainer Neil Dimmock.

Adding the Jumpboard to your Reformer classes can be an exciting prospect, but also quite daunting and difficult to manage the class dynamic from a trainer/teachers perspective. Within this workshop, Neil will break down the prerequisites to using the Jumpboard for those starting from a novice client, to understanding the spring sequences designed to challenge the more advanced client.

What to Expect:
  • Understand the dynamics of using the Jumpboard. The safety requirements of the jumpboard and client prerequisites.
  • The principles of plyometric exercise: The benefits of plyometrics and the application of biomechanical awareness (foot, ankle, knee and hip), whilst using the Jumpboard.
  • Spring dynamics: Understand the basic principles in spring dynamics and the influence over 'rebound timings'.
  • Sequencing influences: Ideas to introduce the Jumpboard to your existing methods and sequencing 'flow' classes to maximise the impact of the Jumpboard.

Spaces are very limited.
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Date: Friday 22nd March
Time: 2pm - 6pm followed by networking and bubbles
Location: 19 Heathmans Road Unit C, SW6 4TJ
Meet the instructor

Neil Dimmock

Neil has over 25 years’ fitness industry experience, managing everything from large corporate gyms to small boutique-style pilates studios. Neil firmly believes in the key role pilates plays in a well-rounded exercise regime and regards the reformer as a critical part of injury rehabilitation for its ability to allow a client to focus on the alignment of their body whilst engaging important stabilising muscles.

Whatever the exercise method or piece of equipment, Neil is able to pull the best from it. He believes there is value in a wide variety of fitness disciplines and a benefit in opening ourselves up to new exercise experiences
Patrick Jones - Course author