With the onslaught of #newyearnewme posts on the internet in January, it can be easy to get caught up wanting to try every new fitness trend going.
Here are our top 3 classes to try in the Sutton Coldfield area now that you’ve got the fitness bug!
Pilates Lounge – Absolute Beginners
The beginners Pilates classes at Pilates Lounge are the best place to get a solid foundation to your Pilates practice. The teachers are incredibly knowledgeable, and the friendly atmosphere at the Lounge will have new beginners feeling like a seasoned pro in no time at all.
There is a great selection of times and days to go to a beginners class at Pilates Lounge, so there’s no excuse – if your goal for 2019 is to become stronger, more supple, and less prone to injury, these are the classes for you!
You can book into classes at Pilates Lounge by clicking here
Rise Aerial Yoga – Aerial Yoga
Natalie and co at Rise Aerial Yoga have a real passion for getting their clients flexible and strong. The use of the yoga hammock gives the class an interesting twist for those who might have practiced yoga before. It’s not just for experienced yogis, however, and beginners are always welcome!
It takes less time than you think to get the ‘hang’ of using the fabric to suspend your yoga pose! If your goal for the new year is to challenge yourself, and do something brave (hanging upside down!) check into the studio for a class!
You can book on to classes at Rise by clicking here
Feel Good with Bev Fitness – Fitsteps
Bev Dabbs’ fitness classes in Sutton Coldfield have a strong following of lovely ladies committed to getting fit and having fun! Bev’s Fitsteps class is straight out of the Strictly Come Dancing handbook, formulated by the show’s stars Ian Waite and Natalie Lowe. The routines are fun and easy to follow, with steps from Latin and Ballroom, the quickstep, the jive, tango, rumba and many more!
If your goal for 2019 is to work your smile as much as your muscles, this is the class for you!
You can find out more through Bev’s website by clicking here