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A Farewell Message from Nick...

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Dear Absoluters It is with mixed emotions I write to you all thanking you for the wonderful 2 years I have had at Absolute. I am hugely thankful for my time there, I am sad to say goodbye to so many awesome people. Yet I must admit, I am full of excitement for my adventures ahead. Without a doubt, what has made Absolute such a brilliant 2 years for me, is the people. Such a great bunch of clients who come in and give it there best, who are keen to learn, and keen to improve. Loads of smiling faces (as well as some great expressions of pain), and friendly people who made Absolute a very happy work place. So for that, I thank you all. Also to my colleagues at Absolute. I want to publicly thank you all for helping make Absolute such a great place to work and an great place to work out. You guys are the best. I have participated in and trained many forms of exercise over the years I’ve been in the fitness industry, and I am unashamedly a huge fan of the reformer pilates classes. They allow for safe yet challenging workouts that concentrate on the major, and most common, problem areas for people in the western world. With small numbers in the classes you get a high level of supervision, and with others in the class you are motivated to do more than you would on your own. I have seen so many people improve their postures (which does so much more good for your body than just looking good!), improve their flexibility, strength and overall function. A body the functions correctly, looks amazing!! So I say to you Absoluters, keep it up! Because our modern lives involve so much sitting, our bodies constantly need to be stretched and pulled in the opposite direction and our abdominals, glutes (bums) and upper backs need to be engaged. You do this in every class at Absolute. I know change can be hard at first, but that is life. And all the trainers at Absolute are of a very high quality. Try the trainers you haven’t already, and give them some time to settle in. And where you can, please provide feedback so they are aware of any areas they need to improve on. To those of you I have been able to say goodbye to, thank you for your kind words, it is a great thing to hear that one’s work is appreciated. To those of you I haven’t I apologise, but I wish you all the very best. Moving forward I will be sharing my ideas and thoughts on health, travel and well being through my blog and website, and my Facebook page And for those of you who enjoyed the music I played in my classes, you can find me on Spotify. Search Nick Morrison. If you aren’t on Spotify just send me and email, and I will send you the names of artists and songs you are interested in. Thanks again Absolute, its been a blast. Nick P.S. Always take the stairs and never stand on escalators!!!