Want to enhance your workout or try something new? Then head for The Studio...Our motivational and experienced instructors will get you where you want to be and be with you every step of the way!
Group exercise can be a very important part of a fitness programme. Attending classes as well as the gym will keep your programme varied and interesting whilst providing you with motivation when you are feeling less inspired!
Our studio timetable is varied to contain fitness classes to suit all abilities and styles of training. These can be booked online, over the phone or by speaking to the team at Reception.
The Studio is built on a fully sprung floor for your safety and our programme is designed so that a broad selection of classes are available at times that will suit you. We also have a dedicated Spinning studio with sessions taking place daily. For more information on what we have on offer please see our studio timetable.
Please note all classes are for ages 16+ unless otherwise specified.
Combines the fundamental principles of Yoga, Tai Chi and Pilates; controlled breathing, flexibility and strength training will leave you feeling relaxed and re-energised.
Lengthen and revitalise your muscles with a gentle and effective sequence of static and moving stretches for the whole body.
An effective and intensive workout performed on stationery bikes. The class incorporates different levels of intensity using a mixture of speed and hill cycling. If you want a cardiovascular, non-impact workour that requires co-ordination and burns calories fast, then Spinning is the perfect class for you!
This fun and exciting fusion of Latin and International music features easy to follow body sculpting movements of varying rhythms to tone and burn calories. Feel good and get fit!
Non-impact, high repetition weight training for the entire body. Squat, curl, lift and press for muscle endurance and aerobic conditioning. Let the games begin!
Incorporates functional movement, focusing on strengthening the Glutes, Abdominals, Back, Chest and Shoulders.
Use slow and controlled movements to strengthen 'core' muscles which support and stabilise the spine, improve posture and realign the body.