Studio Class Descriptions

Cardio Blast: Aerobic dance, with lively music.

Combat Class: No contact, martial art style, aerobics class.

Cardio Dance: Dance moves and great fun.

Circuits: Circuit training is a mixed combination of various exercises compromising of resistance and cardio work. It targets different parts of the body, in a team effort to reach goals. Focusing on different muscle groups in a short amount of time, it is an effective exercise and great fun too.

Pump: Pump uses a combination of resistance weights with high repetitions of movements. The class is led by an enthusiastic instructor to help you get the most out of your workout. It is a good all-rounder, to help strengthen and improve your muscle tone.

Balance: Balance is a mixture of Yoga, Pilates and Tai Chi to the rhythm of music. It helps to build core strength, flexibility and mobility.

Yoga: Our yoga classes aim to build strength, flexibility and relaxation through an assortment of varying positions and postures, which over time, will help with your fitness and well-being.

Pilates: Pilates helps with mobility and strength of all the major muscle groups in the body, keeping balance in mind, whilst also having a key focus on the deep core muscles.

Aqua: Aqua is great for cardiovascular fitness which helps increase your heart rate whilst performing various moves in the water to music. Being in the water helps support your body, putting less pressure on your joints but still allowing you to work muscle groups.

Strength and Mobility: The Strength and Mobility class explores fundamental movement attributes that will work your co-ordination, mobility, flexibility and core strength.

Abs and Core / Core Plus: Our Abs and Core classes help to build core muscle groups while focusing on posture. This is achieved by performing a variety of exercises to strengthen your pelvis, lower back, hips and abdomen. This will help improve your balance, stability and core strength.

Spin: Spin is an indoor group cycling class, focusing on endurance, speed and strength. Its choreography is designed to improve your aerobic and anaerobic capacity.

Strength and Conditioning: Strength and Conditioning aims to help build strength and stamina. This is achieved through a wide variety of resistance, bodyweight exercises and cardiovascular fitness.

Functional Fitness: Functional training is a mixed combination of exercises including resistance and cardio work, set up in different formats each week. The class is suitable for a range of abilities - you can work at your own limits to make day- to-day activities feel easier. It’s a fun class with a fast pace but inclusive for all.

Tabata: Tabata is a form of HIIT training. Activities for 20 seconds on, 10 seconds rest for 8 rounds. All abilities welcome.

Inferno: Hot Hit workout backed up with Pilates principles. Challenge your core strength, aerobic and anaerobic fitness, endurance and flexibility.

Prime Movers: Primal Movers is a moderate intensity fitness class, structured to improve strength and mobility in the joints with a gentle cardiovascular stimulus. The class is instructor-led and low to optional mid impact, meaning attendees will benefit from their fitness improvements whilst remaining safe and reducing any risks of injury or discomfort.

Yoga (Kristal): Vinyasa flow mixed level. A flowing yoga class linking movement to breath. Classes start with a gentle warm up building up to namaskars (sun salutations) then gradually finishing with floor postures and a savasana (relaxation). The sequences vary from week to week.

Pilates (Rosemary): The class is based around Stott Pilates, which is dynamic and free flowing. Obviously, all the basics of Pilates and core stability underpin the class. Everyone works to their own Pilates ability. All age groups attend the class, from early twenties right up to 70’s and beyond.

Rosemary’s classes specify whether they are intermediate or beginners, please book in to the appropriate class.