The Lifestyles Group Exercise Programme has been designed to provide a variety of work-outs with different intensities to suit the needs of members and visitors of all levels. From the newcomer to the seasoned fitness fanatic, we have something for you.
Group Exercise classes are an interesting and social way to improve overall fitness and conditioning. As with everything else about Lifestyles, we focus on creating an environment that you enjoy being in, because that way we can all focus on getting fit and staying healthy.
All of our group classes take place over 50 minutes unless otherwise stated, and require appropriate footwear be worn. We also advise that you pre-book group classes to ensure yourself a space, and give at least twenty-four hours’ notice when cancelling. Be aware that, if you repeatedly fail to cancel, you may not be allowed to continue pre-booking.
We welcome Junior Members (12-15 years olds) to group classes – but they should attend only with the full supervision of a parent/guardian. Juniors are not permitted to use weights of any kind during classes, and body weight exercises will be offered accordingly. As such, access to kettlebell classes is not permitted. Classes are free of charge to Juniors who are part of a family membership, otherwise full price will be charged.
Specialist Classes have been designed to provide a wider variety to the Group Exercise Programme. Take a look here to see what we’re currently offering.
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