Mondays 6.00pm – 7.00pm in the Sports hall.
Walking netball is a slowed down version of the game. Designed foe anyone looking to exercise in a relaxed, supportive and friendly environment. Walking netball is for all ages and abilities with each session starting with a gentle warm up.
£2.50 a session or free with Sportspound vouchers.
Registration is essential please, see flyer for more details.
Warrior Workout, Strong’un Conditioning & Mobility Masterclass. Tuesday night Classes will be run by the Bristol personal training team.
The Boot Camp system is open to all fitness levels as no one can come first and no one came come last! – Everyone exercises together and are encouraged to do what they can and rest when they have to! But remember the more effort you put in – the more results you’ll get out! There is a steady progression from week 1 through to week 6 of the type of exercises we do and also the way the sessions are constructed. So there will be various levels of intensity as your fitness improves. You don’t have to wait until the next course to start, just book your first session and have fun.
For more information please contact Jason Hodge:
Find out more at Hodge Health & Fitness
Mondays 10.00am – 11.00am
Fridays 9.30am – 10.30am
All classes – £5.00 per person.
No booking necessary just turn up.
For more information please contact Julie at firstname.lastname@example.org
Yoga Classes – every Wednesday 7pm to 8pm
Location – The Pavilion at Filton Leisure Centre, Yoga poses are great to strengthen & relax the body, however there is more to Yoga than that. Derived from the Sanskrit Word ‘Yuj’ which means to unite or integrate.
Yoga is all about harmonising the body with the mind and breath through the means of various breathing exercises, yoga poses (asanas) & meditation.
Contact Rashmi on 07789747834 or text to reserve your place.
Please note Bootcamp, Zumba, yoga and the fitness classes are run by external companies
Outdoor Fitness Area
8 x pieces of outdoor fitness equipment designed to exercise most muscle groups and also cardiovascular exercise.
- Push hands
- Power push
- Ski stepper
- Pull down challenger
- Sit up benches
- Parallel rails
- Chin up bars
For many people those first initial steps to becoming more active can be hard. Outdoor fitness can be the gateway to a better, healthier lifestyle for people of all ages. Being free, convenient and accessible to all, it removes many of the barriers that might prevent people from taking those initial steps.