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Dancer Launches New Fitness Studio In The Heart Of Chester

Friday 16 February 2018

 

From UK newspaper The Chester Chronicle:

 

Sarah Mansfield
Sarah Mansfield, dancer and founder of the new CH1 Studios
in Chester. Picture by RJ Bradbury Photography.
(Image: UGC)
 

Dancer launches new fitness studio in the heart of Chester

Sarah Mansfield has set up CH1 Studios at Rufus Court

By Michael Green, Executive Editor Cheshire Weeklies
15 February 2018
© 2018 Trinity Mirror Merseyside

A new Chester fitness studio is about to open its doors to the public and will offer a variety of sessions and workshops that include jazz, contemporary and commercial dance, yoga, and pilates.

Dancer and founder Sarah Mansfield said: “CH1 Studios isn’t a typical fitness studio - our focus is on combining health and wellbeing exercises with expressive arts in a community environment.”

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At the age of 21, Sarah was diagnosed with chronic fatigue syndrome, a long-term illness which she still lives with today.

She admits to burning herself out working full-time, studying and participating in various extra-curricular activities.

“I was reckless with my body, but I quickly realised that I would have to be conscious of managing my energy levels and safeguarding my health. I had to think about my physical and mental wellbeing.”

 

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