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Sponsored by Cotswold Outdoor, these excellent masterclasses will be touring the UK in March, delivered by top climber Naomi Buys.
Naomi will cover climbing movement skills: footwork precision, economy of movement and the utilisation of existing strengths. The classes are aimed at people who climb in the grade range of French 5 to 6b+. There will be six people per two hour class.
Masterclass dates and times
The Masterclasses take place during the day. The same class will run twice a day so you can either do a morning class or an afternoon one. The morning class runs from 11:00 to 13:00 and the afternoon class from 14:00 to 16:00.
Saturday 10 March at Boulders
Monday 12 March at Quay Climbing Centre
Thursday 15 March at The Castle
Friday 16 March at Redpoint
Monday 19 March at Lakeland Climbing Centre
Wednesday 21 March at Rokt
Friday 30 March at Newcastle Climbing Centre
Booking and Cost
Booking is through the BMC by completing the online booking form which is here on the BMC website (see link below).
Cost is: £22 per class per person for BMC members and £28 per person per class for non members.
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