We’ve got all of your favorite classes to choose from with women’s health trained personal trainers.
Stretching to the beat of your favorite song on Monday and mixing it up with the cardiovascular demands of total body on Wednesday keeps you engaged and coming back for new and interesting challenges. From boot camps to barre, power flow yoga to Pilates-like movements…join us for an unique experience!
Low-impact bodyweight workout designed for all fitness levels that allows you to move at your own pace.
Turn Up Tuesday
High Intense Interval Training (HIIT) Hip-Hop Class that will push you to the limit while having fun and burning calories.
Core-based class designed to strengthen abdominal muscles for maintaining a balanced physique.
Thick Thigh Thursday
Sculpting and toning workout that targets the legs for burning stubborn cellulite.
Resistance Total Body
Full body resistance workout with AMRP (as many rounds as possible) and partner finisher.
Legs on FIRE
Partner leg workout that include active and isometric workouts.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Who is small group fitness for?
- The middle-aged and elderly
- The desk-bound and inactive
- The pregnant and post-natal
- Those needing pre- and post-operation strengthening
- Those referred by their doctor, physio, osteopath, chiropractor or other practitioner
- The person interested in fitness that protects their pelvic floor
Can men and or trans persons attend?
Absolutely! Although our program serves many women, our services (both fitness and therapy) are for ALL PEOPLE!
Does my insurance cover group fitness?
No. Our group fitness classes are similar to that of other local gyms. It is a fee for service class. We offer affordable rate for all of our classes.
Can I be a therapy patient and participate in group fitness?
Absolutely. Because we offer modifications for all of our participants needs, our classes are safe for all people.
How long are classes?
Do I have to be in shape already to participate?
No. We welcome all genders, ages, and fitness levels
How do I get started?
The best way to start is by giving us a call and coming to see the studio in action.If you like what you see and want to take things further, we will ask you to complete a form that asks you a series of questions about your medical history, current health, fitness and objectives.
One of our instructors will then assess your posture, alongside the information in your form and devise a program to meet your precise needs. They will then show you how to get started and teach you the basics. Our instructors will continue to work with you as you progress and start to reap the benefits.
They will also continue to develop and adapt your Pilates routine as your body gradually improves and your needs evolve.
What should I wear?
Any comfortable, loose clothing, such as a T-shirt with leggings or tracksuit bottoms, or else shorts of a respectable length; but no singlets please.Please do not wear shoes, since they are not allowed on the machines but do wear socks, clean if possible.