Description - Pilates for Life by CBE Darcey Bussell
Get the body you want with Darcey Bussell's Pilates for Life Firm, slim stomach. Fantastic posture. Strong, lean muscles. Clear, relaxed mind. Just four of the amazing results you will see and feel if you take up Pilates. And who better to introduce you to this fabulous form of exercise than a woman who has practised Pilates as part of her professional training ever since the beginning of her incredible ballet career? Darcey is passionate about Pilates and her introduction to the core programme is the easiest, clearest and most encouraging available. Beautifully designed throughout and immensely practical in its detailed attention to each exercise, it is the perfect combination - aspirational and achievable. Ballet dancer and Strictly Come Dancing judge Darcey Bussell quite simply loves it, and anyone who picks up the Pilates for Life will too. Darcey Bussell was trained at the Royal Ballet school and was later employed by the Royal Ballet. She was promoted to the rank of Principal Dancer and is recongnised as one of the greatest British ballerinas of all time. Since retiring, she has replaced Alesha Dixon on the Strictly Come Dancing judging panel for the 2012 series.
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(247mm x 191mm x 13mm)
Michael Joseph Ltd
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Author Biography - CBE Darcey Bussell
Born in London, Darcey Bussell was a late starter to ballet at the age of thirteen and studied at the Royal Ballet School. In 1986 she won the Prix de Lausanne. Then in 1987 she joined Salders Wells Royal Ballet, where in 1988, at the age of nineteen, she was recognized by MacMillan and then joined the Royal Ballet as a soloist. On her opening night in The Prince of the Pagodas playing the part of Rose, she made history as the Royal Ballet's youngest ever principal. In 1990 she received the Evening Standard Ballet Award and the Variety Club Award for Most Promising Newcomer. In 1995 she was awarded an OBE. She is now a favourite judge on Strictly Come Dancing.