I have recently completed training to become a provider of the GROOVE method!
This is a really fun way to experience dance, united as a group, yet still uniquely and authentically yourself.
I now have to complete and record some practice lessons to send in for review by my trainer and so if you are local and love dancing I’d be super grateful if I could borrow you for an hour in December.
GROOVE uses all genres and styles of music and there’s no complicated choreography to learn, each song has 2/3 really simple steps and then the rest is up to you!
The video will only be seen by my trainer and they will be checking out how I’m facilitating the session and won’t be looking at you.
These classes will be free of charge, although if you feel that you would like to donate something towards the cost of hiring the hall I would really appreciate it.
They will be held on Thursdays at 7pm in Kingswood Village Hall. If you’d like to know more information please get in contact. There will only be 5 places available for each session.
I have also set up a new website; www.groovewithelly.co.uk
Hi massage fans!
You may remember me telling you that I was due to be taking part in a charity trek challenge in Peru this October.
Sadly, but not unexpectedly, the trek has been postponed until April 2021.
I was very disappointed when I found out, but looking on the bright side it means I have an extra six months to fundraise for the charity.
If you would like to donate to the cause please follow the link to my JustGiving page…
I am fundraising for WaterAid. This charity provides clean and safe water sources and sanitation to areas that are currently without. This is a basic human right and even more important in the light of current events, when the importance of hand washing has been highlighted so much. I’d be so grateful of any donation, no matter how big or small, every little helps.
On 17th October 2020 I will be flying to Peru to spend 5 days trekking through the Andes mountains.
It will involve long days of trekking up very steep inclines at a high altitude, with very early morning starts and then camping overnight.
I am doing this to raise £4,000 for the charity WaterAid.
WaterAid is a charity aiming to provide clean water and decent toilets to everyone. Something that a lot of people take for granted, something that should be a normal part of daily life for everyone, everywhere. But, unfortunately at the moment it isn’t.
I would be most grateful if you could spare some money to sponsor me for taking part in this event, and helping the charity to achieve their goal of giving everyone clean water, decent toilets and good hygiene. Here’s is the link to my JustGiving sponsorship page: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/Elly-Ingram-Trek
Sports & Remedial massage, Kington, Herefordshire.
I have decided to increase the tools in my ‘massage toolbox’ by taking the level 5 sports & remedial massage diploma.
I began in January and will finish in November 2016, when I shall be qualified to treat sporting injuries and along the way I shall learn such things as postural analysis, muscle energy techniques, neuromuscular therapy and proprioceptive neuromuscular technique to name a few!
I will have to produce some client study groups as part of this qualification and so I will have to provide copies of some massage notes to my tutor to review. All copies of the massage notes will be anonymous and remain confidential, and the course tutor will be the only person to view these. I will ask each client individually for their permission before doing so, and if you do not want me to use your notes then you are allowed to say no!
I may also ask you to fill in a feedback sheet at the end of your massage session to accompany the notes, again this will be anonymous, confidential and only seen by the course tutor.
I’m really excited to be learning again and am looking forward to getting started with all of the homework!
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