Spring + Mat
A great way to try out both Pilates mat and equipment without committing to a whole class of either.
The first part of the class will be on the mat followed by a section at the Springboard using resistance springs to increase strength, flexibility and coordination.
Props may be used throughout the class.
We currently offer 2 tap levels; Intermediate + Experienced. For total beginners, please attend at least one of our 90 minute weekend workshops before joining the Intermediate class. Please click the button below to register your interest in a workshop.
The class is led by Ellis; an inspiring and professional teacher qualified to a high level with the ISTD.
Coordination and technique are developed through short exercises and routines; improved fitness and strength being a great bonus to learning a new skill.
Each week steps are repeated and developed, along with sequences and dances learned; so it will be beneficial to attend regularly rather than dropping in and out.
Trial tap shoes available for your first class!
Set to the music of the 70s, 80s + 90s, this class starts with a dance inspired warm up to get all the joints ready. Street and club moves are then taught (catering to all levels) before putting them to music. Cardio intervals/dance breaks will also be thrown in to up tempo tracks; getting your heart rate up without you even realising you're exercising! A perfect Friday night release to put a smile on your face.
This class is taught by AJ whose focus as a teacher is on building confidence and self-esteem, supporting physical and mental health and ensuring an inclusive atmosphere.
Trainers should be worn for this class.
Barre utilises the body’s own resistance in conjunction with weights and other small equipment. Exercises are performed at the barre and on the mat. Small isometric contractions are integrated with an interval training approach that burns fat and improves cardiovascular fitness.
This workout is suitable for everybody; various modifications are given throughout the class to cater for all. Each teacher brings a different approach to the Barre so don't expect the same class style from all!
With Barre, we exercise through dance however with Tap, Ballet + Street Fit, we teach you how to dance; exercise being a welcome benefit.
Adding a heart-rate raising element into your Barre class; this 45 minute session intersperses 3 minute HIIT intervals with your usual Barre exercises.
Not only will you feel the familiar burn of those small repetitive movements; you'll get the added fire of global muscles being used with more high impact moves!
Strength + Cardio
'TRX' stands for Total Resistance Exercise. It was created by the US Navy SEALs and requires the use of the TRX Suspension Trainer; a portable performance training tool that leverages gravity and the user’s body weight to complete hundreds of exercises.
These exercises develop strength, balance, flexibility and core stability simultaneously.
Sweat + Strength
Using the TRX, this class alternates between strength based and cardio exercises - switching on and off the straps to keep you on your toes.
Sometimes the strength training will be on the mat and sometimes using the TRX; the same applies to the heart rate raising sections.
Trainers are worn for this class and all props + equipment provided.
Sweat + Stretch
The aim of this class is to improve strength + flexibility.
Each session consists of a 5 minute warm up followed by 25 minutes of creative HIIT (Tabata + EMOM - every minute on the minute) combinations. We finish with a dance inspired 15 minute stretch set to music. Our bodies are so warm from the cardio section that stretching is highly effective at this time!
Trainers are worn for this class and all props + equipment provided.
Sweat + Swing
In this class we swing, lift + press the kettlebells to increase the heart rate and build strength.
The shape and design of a kettlebell means that whilst using it your centre of gravity is constantly changing; increasing your stability and mobility simultaneously.
Popular with the Russian and US Special Forces, KB workouts are full body sessions; increasing muscle mass and burning fat, resulting in a leaner and firmer body.Our classes are limited to 8 to ensure the correct use of the kettlebell.
Trainers are worn for this class and all proprs + equipment provided.
A slow-paced, meditative style of yoga with postures that are held for longer periods of time.
By holding the postures the stretch is allowed to reach the myofascia of the body which helps maintain healthy joints and releases fresh blood cells around the entire body; including the organs.
Usually passive and seated, Yin leaves muscles relaxed as gravity and time deepen each stretch. This is a healing and releasing class that can be challenging at times, especially to those unused to slowing down.
Layers are recommended for this class such as socks and a jumper.
Focussed on linking the breath with movement, balance, core strength and flexibility; this is a dynamic style of Yoga. Vinyasa Flow provides a moving meditation as well as a good workout and stretch.
Time on your mat should be nurturing, fun and uplifting.
An opportunity for parents and children to do yoga together.
This is an all-inclusive monthly session with the aim of you having fun with your child/children. We will work through group exercises, partner work, make silly shapes and learn some breathing techniques. We will teach you ways to move together and hopefully give you tools you can take away and do together again, outside of the studio.
Come with an open mind and you will leave feeling energised and connected to your children. Children aged between 4 and 14 years old welcome. Please make sure you reserve a space for your child/children when booking as spaces are limited to 10.
Run + Yoga
Are you lacking motivation to run? Do you think you should be stretching for longer after your runs? Join us for a weekly group run led by running coach and yoga teacher Jenni. There'll be variety; from fartlek training to endurance.
We meet at the studio for the run which will be followed by a yoga session targeting the muscles used while running; helping to build both strength and flexibility as well as avoid injury.
New to the exercise type or exercise in general. Expect a slower paced class with the opportunity to ask questions and check positions/execution.
Some prior experience of the exercise type and generally body aware. Expect to follow instructions to maintain the flow of the class.
Prior experience of the exercise type and extremely body aware. Expect a fast paced class with more complex choreography and/or non stop action!
Please ask if you would like help choosing a level. As a rule, we believe you get out of a class what you put in, regardless of level. A beginners class can be a great opportunity to focus on your posture or technique - it will never be too easy! We do expect you to read the class description and be aware of the level of class you are attending.