A cardiovascular workout based on the training used for boxing such as skipping, boxing drills, technique, footwork and abdominal workouts – all focusing on fitness and toning.
Gentle exercise session for those, whilst a little older, are still active and enjoy staying fit
Seated Exercise (Level 1): For rehab based on falls prevention; includes balance, strength and coordination.
Active Seniors (Level 2): For more mobile seniors or participants new to exercise. Light aerobic session with balance and strength work, without floorwork.
Superfit Seniors (Level 3): An energetic aerobic class including core stability, strength, flexibility and some floorwork.
These classes are designed to enhance and improve core (back & stomach) strength, balance, flexibility, posture, co-ordination and relaxation.
Uses Swiss balls for complete core engagement. Participants follow a series of controlled exercises to work arms, legs, back, stomach, chest, and legs. Low impact.
Using a kettle bells suitable to your own strength you will be taken through a range of exercises working different muscles groups. These classes have an easy format with no complex choreography and will improve your muscular strength and endurance
Same principles as standard Pilates, using more dynamic movements for a faster pace using equipment such as balls, bands and blocks.
Tai chi, also called tai chi chuan, combines deep breathing and relaxation with slow and gentle movements.
Originally developed as a martial art in 13th-century China, Tai Chi is today practised around the world as a health-promoting exercise.