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Hever Health Studio Team

Sharon Millar Paracise Instructor Hever

Sharon Millar  - Paracise™

Sharon Millar has been an exercise to music instructor for over 20 years and is thrilled to be able to introduce Paracise™ to Hever. 

Lack of fitness, age, injury, physical and mental illness can affect our wellbeing but staying fit and positive can help us ease those symptoms. Paracise™  is a gentle but effective exercise to music class focusing on improving posture, balance, flexibility and mobility.

All classes are 45 minutes of standing exercise (no floor work) to fabulous music. Come along to appreciate what your body can do and how small changes can make big improvements to your daily life.

New clients get their first session free of charge.

Contact Sharon for further information or to book your place on a class.

07736 641033


Jennifer Russell  - Pilates 

Jenny qualified as a physiotherapist in 1978 and has worked in the field of rehabilitation since then. She trained as a Polestar Pilates Instructor in 2005 and as a Franklin Method Level 1 teacher in 2011. She then completed mindfulness training in 2016 and is a Biodynamic Cranio Sacral therapist.


Jenny's Classes are suitable for anyone interested in becoming more familiar with their whole body and mind, a mix of movement, stretching, concentration and breath. 


As a minimum requirement Jenny would need to speak to anyone wishing to join a class, ideally she would have a private session with you for an hour to understand your individual needs. 

Jenny is also available for 1:1 Pilates sessions on the reformer. 


Please contact Jenny for more information or to book a class. 


Sue Greenwood - Gong Bath


Sues professional background is in senior music education and research. A more recent shift in direction towards exploring the healing potential of sound through gongs and a range of other therapeutic instruments has developed through extensive training with The British Academy of Sound Therapy (BAST) and one of the worlds leading gong practitioners, Sheila Whittaker.

Sue feels that her journey as a musician has always been leading to this point and the fulfilment she obtains from working with gongs is beyond measure. Sue is a compassionate, sensitive, and intuitive musician and she invites you to embark on a journey towards a more balanced state of being, an adventure that can initiate healing, growth, and change. Her vision is to introduce as many people as possible to the potential benefits of sound therapy.

For more information on Gong Baths and Sue click here

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