If exercising in a class is your thing, then why not sample one of our many Group Exercise Classes. Whether it’s morning, lunchtime or evening we offer a wide selection of classes to suit even the busiest of lifestyles and you can now book online*!
Our fully qualified instructors are on hand to give you expert advice and encouragement through the class, making sure you are getting the maximum benefits from your workout.
We offer a range of classes in strength, cardio, mind and body or aqua based classes. For a list of all of the classes we have to offer, with description, click here. Please note, you must be at least 16 years of age to attend a strength class that includes weights.
*If you are an ActiveLife member, you can now book online up to 14 days in advance. Just click on the blue ‘Online Bookings’ button at the top of the page. Please ensure you read through our Group Exercise Etiquette.
Download our Group X Autumn Timetable
Things to remember…
Wear cool, comfortable, practical sports clothing
Only wear training shoes
Respect other users – switch off your mobile
Keep hydrated - bring a water bottle
Obtain help from the instructor if you need it
Use and replace equipment safely
Tickets should be shown to the instructor when you arrive
2 people are better than 1 – invite a friend!
Make your booking up to 14 days in advance
Use a debit/credit card to book by phone if you don’t have a membership card
Set yourself up for the class – arrive 10 minutes early
If you need to cancel, please give 12 hours notice
Collect your ticket at least 5 minutes before the start of your class
All equipment used in the class is provided.
|Group X Class (45 & 60mins)||£6.00|
|Group X Class (30mins)||£4.25|
|50+ Exercise Club||£4.25|
To attend Group X classes you must be 14 years of age or over, however for BodyPump and Circuits (Thursday mornings) you must be 16 or over.
Please ensure that you arrive in plenty of time for your class as latecomers may not be permitted entry.
Please show consideration for other class attendees and please allow staff adequate time for equipment set up in between classes. Public intervention could result in an accident.
Bring your motivation and energy for a quick half hour of cycle fit and enjoy a morning workout.
Zumba Light is for active older adults who are looking for a modified Zumba® class that recreates the original Zumba moves at a lower-intensity.
BodyBalance gives individual focus on flexibility, strength and controlled breathing combining Yoga, Pilates and Tai Chi, leaving you feeling relaxed and renewed.
High intensity interval training. GRIT Strength – uses weights and bodyweight exercises to increase tone, strength and fitness.
BodyCombat combines moves and stances from a range of self-defence disciplines like karate and boxing into an energetic routine. Music and
choreography create a fierce, fun experience which raises fitness levels while reducing fat and cholesterol.
A combination of physical and mental exercises which promote flexibility, reduce stress and increase stamina and strength.
Designed to help Adults develop their stroke technique and improve fitness. This session is taken by an Instructor giving adults the chance to improve and develop their swimming skills with the Instructor’s advice. Skills & Drills is more suited towards swimmers who can swim lengths but require more work on their technique.
Zumba combines high energy and motivating music with unique moves and combinations making this a fantastic dance-based fitness workout. Zumba is a fun aerobic workout suitable for people of all ages.
Yoga will compliment any fitness routine as you increase strength and flexibility and promote muscle toning. The flowing routines done to music can improve cardio vascular fitness and increase stamina as well as providing a balanced fitness routine. Breathing with movement massages the organs acting as a detox and is scientifically proven to reduce the effect of stress.
BarreConcept classes use a combination of postures inspired by ballet and other disciplines like yoga and Pilates. The barre or a chair can be used as a prop to balance while doing exercises that focus on isometric strength training combined with high reps of small range-of-motion movements.