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Fitness Classes


Exercise Class Timetable: 11th January - 9th April




  • Yoga, Pilates, Kettlebell, Rip 60, Ballet Scupt, Zumba €5.50
  • All other classes €4.50
  • All 30 minute classes €2.50


  • Yoga, Pilates & Zumba €10
  • All other classes €8
  • All 30 minute classes €4.50

Please note you must book classes in advance and bring ID. Book at reception 01 896 1812


Class Descriptions


Ballet Sculpt

This amazing leg, hips and stomach shaping and calorie burning class blends techniques from dance with safe, low-impact moves and is specifically designed for the non-dancer. It's like vertical Pilates. It will train the abdominals to act as a "corset" to tighten and flatten your belly, while strengthening the core. But unlike Pilates, the class is on your feet and moving and feels like a fitness class. Be prepared for a lot of leg work and sweat!

Body Weight Training

An intense 30 minute class from start to finish using simple body weight exercises.  Exercises that last between 20-60 seconds that will increase your strength and improve your fitness levels.

Boot Camp

A fitness boot camp is a type of group exercise class that mixes traditional calisthenics and body weight exercises with interval and strength training. They are designed in a way that pushes the participants harder than they'd push themselves and, in that way, will give you a fantastic total body workout.

Box Fit

Enjoy sparring with a partner using pads and shadowboxing which involves repetitions of boxing moves as the basis for a high energy workout.  The emphasis is on knocking your body into shape, not knocking anyone out!!

Core Strength

This class will see you through a series of core exercises involving the use of fit balls, foam rollers and RIP 60.  With a focus on the abdominal area, lower back and glutes.  It will help in the prevention and rehabilitation of injuries.

H.I.I.T Training

High Intensity Interval Training is an enhanced form of interval training, an exercise strategy alternating periods of short intense anaerobic exercise with less-intense recovery periods. HIIT is a form of cardiovascular exercise. These short intense workouts provide improved athletic capacity and condition, improved glucose metabolism and improved fat burning.

Kettle bells

Using a century old technique developed in Russia, a typical kettle bell routine builds functional muscular strength by mimicking movements in your everyday life.  A single routine will use all ranges of motions so joints and muscles are strengthened from all angles.


Body toning with a difference! Uses controlled movements and breathing to pace the body through a series of specific local muscular endurance exercises.  Pilates is helpful in preventing and rehabilitating from injuries, improving poster, increasing flexibility and balance. 

Power Pump

Power Pump is an amazing way to train to gain strength endurance. This pre-choreographed barbell class set to music will increase strength and tone in your legs, arms and upper body.

Studio Cycling/Express Cycle

Studio Cycling is an indoor cycling class where the instructor will put you thorough your paces to motivating music.  Enjoy a journey over long and winding hills, steady flats and steeper inclines to push you to improve your aerobic fitness and muscular endurance.  Make sure to bring water and a sweat towel, you will need it!!

Rip 60

RIP 60/Suspension Training offers everything other suspension training does – it adds in rotation which offers even greater results and will give you a total body workout with extra emphasis on the core muscles.

Tube Training

This short 30 minute resistance tube training class will tighten your core, thighs and butt!  Using functional exercises to increase your strength and assist in injury prevention.

Vinyasa Yoga

This style of yoga focuses on physical postures, flexibility, breathing exercises and meditation.  Expect movement, not just stretching.


ZUU is a training style based on high intensity primal movement patterns mixed with strength and endurance body weight exercises.  30 minutes is all you will need for this class to give you a seriously intense body weight workout.


Class Levels


Beginners - aimed at people who have never attended this type of class before.  A lot of focus will be placed on technique and building your confidence and fitness before you move onto a more advanced level.  At least five sessions are recommended but if you have any queries or require further advice please speak with one of our instructors who will be more than happy to help.


Mixed Levels - aimed at people who have some previous class experience and are quite familiar with the techniques involved.  Exercise modifications and progressions will be available to suit the mix of abilities.  If you require further advice or tuition please speak with one of our instructors who will be happy to arrange this for you.

Last updated 11 February 2016