Courses

 

Pilates

The ultimate spirit, mind and body workout. Developed to strengthen the core. Incorporates isometric exercise with flexibility and mat work in a rejuvenating and relaxing low impact class.   Courses and sessions available

Yoga

Hatha

A specialised course using techniques to help tone and stretch the muscles as well as relax the mind and body.

 

Insanity

High-intensity activity that forces the body to work for longer periods of time at a higher capacity than traditional workouts. Experieince faster increases, in cardiovascular fitness, and burn carbohydrates and fat more efficiently - as much as 1,000 calories per hour!

Piloxing

A cardio infusion of Pilates, Boxing & Dance that will push you past your limits for a sleek, sexy, powerful you!

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Hyde Bank Road,
New Mills,
High Peak, SK22 4BP
Tel: 01663 748842
Zoggs swim shop

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