Step and Body Sculpt
Along with making you a better athlete, aerobic stepping will also benefit your overall health. The intense cardiovascular workout will make your heart and lungs work more efficiently. The calorie burning aspect of the exercise will help you maintain a healthy weight and avoid weight-related problems such as diabetes, heart disease, and joint pain.
Aerobic step classes provide several fitness benefits that can help you in other sports and in daily life. Regular sessions will provide both cardiovascular and muscular endurance. Incorporating both upper and lower body movements together will improve your coordination and agility, and the constant push up onto the step will increase leg strength and strengthen the knee area by working it in multiple planes.
Body Sculpting not only builds strong sculpted muscles but it will also speed up your metabolism and increase your calorie expenditure throughout the day.Class times
- Step at 10 am sharp fused with body sculpting and core work at 11:45 am
- Step only at 12 noon
Pilates Classical Mat
These classes take place in a group setting using your body weight as the primary source of resistance. We also add props that include Dyna bands, small fitness balls and Pilates Circles for a deeper more challenging workout.
The focus is placed on precise movements originating from the centre core of your body. Working from the deepest layers of muscles, which stabilize and support your spine and pelvis, results in a strong flexible spine with ideal posture alignment and unparalleled muscle tone.
Pilates Classical Mat class times:
- Beginners at 1 pm
- Beginners / Intermediate at 2 pm
- Advanced at 3 pm
- Intermediate at 9.30 am
- Beginners/Intermediate at 10.45 am
Pilates in action: The Swan Dive
Summary of fitness class times
|11.45 AM||Body Sculpt|
|Wednesdays||1.00 PM||Pilates Mat Beginner|
|2.00 PM||Pilates Mat Beginner/Intermediate|
|3.00 PM||Pilates Mat Advanced (new)|
|Saturdays||9.30 AM||Pilates Mat Intermediate|
|10.45 AM||Pilates Mat Beginner/Intermediate|