PIYO


I'm so happy to announce that I'm now certified to teach PiYo... But what is PiYo? To sum it up, it's a class inspired by both Pilates and Yoga that will really challenge your strength and flexibility. It's like no other class I teach, the benefits from PiYo are amazing; tone up, improved posture, become stronger, leaner, burn a tonne of calorie and so much more! 

Although inspired by both Yoga and Pilates, PiYo is not your traditional class. It's all low impact, but high intensity, so it gets the heart pumping, muscles burning and sweat pouring! PiYo will take you through a series of routines, from a warm up to a lower body section, from power to stretch and strength. PiYo is fairly fast flowing between moves, hence why I like to run it as a course and build it up each week, but combined with an upbeat soundtrack you'll soon be having a great workout that not only improves flexibility but also your overall strength and fitness.

You are required to sign in to class online each week, this opens 48 hours before the class start time and you should cancel your space should you no longer be able to attend.

Current course:
  • Eight week course started Wednesday 16th December 2020 and was due to finish on 17th February 2021 (no classes on 23rd and 30th December 2020), 6:30pm - 7:25pm, Epiphany Primary School, Muscliff, BH9 3PE, £48. 
Only one week was completed before we entered the 3rd Covid-19 lockdown, therefore the remaining seven sessions are due to re-commence from the week starting 17th May 2021 (pending government approval).

Future courses:
  • To be confirmed (Covid-19 pending).
Please email info@fitnessquest.co.uk to book onto the next course.

BOOKING INFORMATION

Course places must be booked in advance and your place can only be held once payment in full has been received. Bookings are non refundable and non transferable.

You must complete a Physical Activity Readiness Questionnaire (PAR-Q) before your first session.

For more information on PiYo, including my FAQ's please click here.

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