Adult Class Timetable

At Balance Fitt we review our timetable regularly and have a growing range of classes suitable for all levels of fitness. If there are any classes you would like to see added, please contact us with your suggestions.

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​Please note: it is important to let your teacher know of any injuries or health issues you may have before the start of a class. If you have medical issues and are undertaking a new exercise regime, please consult your GP before attending. Please note that we take pre and post natal in all of our classes. 

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Class Descriptions

Body Sculpting

Body Sculpting™ is a strength training workout that combines flexibility and cardiovascular conditioning using weights. Body Sculpting™ is designed to shape and tone the body without building muscular size or bulk.

In each energising and targeted workout, you'll use the barre and exercise equipment such as mini-balls and small hand weights to sculpt, slim and stretch your entire body. Be ready to get a sweat on.

Our Body Sculpt Class: Tone and Sculpt

Our Tone & Sculpt (body sculpt) class was made specifically for those looking to tone their bodies regardless of individual fitness level. Our full body workout class helps you build lean muscle and increase muscular endurance. 

Our well rounded workout uses free weights, resistance bands, medicine & physio balls, and your own body weight to strengthen all major muscle groups (for example, core conditioning) 

Beginners Pilates & Yoga 

These classes are ideal for anyone wanting a slower paced class whether that be for relaxation purposes or to assist in rehabilitation of ongoing injuries, for anyone with chronic pain conditions e.g. fibromyalgia, or other medical issues which may prevent you from attending regular exercise classes. This also ideal for some wanting a lighter stretch class session. These classes combine principles with the use of props including foam rollers and trigger point massage balls.  

Self-Myofascia Release using one’s own body weight, movement, breath and equipment to create soft tissue release; realigning the body, restoring correct posture and strengthening core muscles. The training method helps alleviate chronic pain conditions and muscular tightness (particularly back, neck, shoulders and hips), undoing muscular restrictions and enhancing movement. Other benefits include better sleep and improved performance in other activities – it can be a great warm up and cool down for high intensity training. You should leave class feeling light, lengthened and able to move with ease. 

Yoga

At Balance Fitt we offer a variety of different styled Yoga classes from Hatha, Vinyasa & Yin Yoga which means that there is something for everyone. Yoga is not just about fitness but also about developing a strong spiritual awareness with yourself and the earth, this is taught throughout our sessions.  You do not need to be flexible and you do not need to have exercised prior to attending.  Our classes are open to all levels.

Hatha Yoga

Hatha is the basis of most yoga systems. On the whole a Hatha class can involve holding poses for longer with more emphasis on alignment, incorporating breath, strength and meditation work.

Hatha Flow Yoga

Synchronises longer held classic Hatha yoga poses with movement and breath, to create a smooth sequence of poses which flow naturally together. Combining elements from Hatha and Vinyasa yoga, this is a medium paced class focusing more deeply on the sensations of the poses and the connection of mind and body through breath and meditation.

Vinyasa Yoga

A  dynamic practice where we move fluidly from one pose to the next while connecting our breath to the movements. Inspired by Ashtanga yoga, poses are held for longer which helps to build strength in both the body and mind and includes an emphasis on strengthening the core.

Yang Yin Yoga

A beautiful combination to balance the body: Yang yoga poses often emphasise strength and endurance, they are active, powerful, and generate heat in the body, followed by slow, simple yin yoga.  

Yang yoga is focused on flowing asanas similar to those found in Vinyasa and Hatha yoga.   In duality, Yin Yoga is a passive practice and involves variations of seated and supine poses typically held for 3 to 5 minutes, accessing deeper layers of fascia. This is the class to choose if you want to calm the mind and stretch the body.