Move and Inspire Me classes are ideal if you are:
- Over 45
- Recovering from injury
Get in touch with Deborah for a discussion about which of her services will serve you best. The group class environment is not suitable for everyone or you might be looking for a Celebrant for a Wedding, naming ceremony or to arrange a funeral. In any of these cases, Deb will take all the time in the world with you to make sure you are taken care of in the best possible way….
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You can find our class packages here in our webshop where you can also buy Yoga Equipment. You need to be in “class credits” to buy them.
The membership page will show you how to buy class credits which you use to book any of the classes on our timetable. You can switch and cancel classes at any time. You will get a refund on your credits if you cancel at least 24 hours before booking.
Profits from classes go to Move and Inspire Me, which is an unincorporated Charitable Association.
The aims of our Charity:
- To provide an excellent standard of exercise, fitness and rehabilitation classes for children and adults in the local community who might not otherwise be able to access facilities nearby.
- To provide high standard, low cost fitness, health and wellbeing education for members in a variety of settings.
- To provide opportunities for spiritual, emotional, physical and mental growth for members.
Read more about the charity’s work here
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Our usual timetable looks like this:
10am DanceFit Light for Seniors
12noon Gentle Yoga for Seniors
7:15pm Dance Fitness for 40+
9:30am DanceFit Light for Seniors
5:15pm Eclectic Mix Yoga for 40+
Booking you classes couldn’t be easier. Have a look at our how to page for guidance on the best method.
Once you have booked a class, you can cancel up to 24 hours before the event and get your credits back.
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