double stabilityball womenclass information

drop-in classes

Drop-in classes provide the greatest flexibility as they do not need to be booked in advance. Simply turn up and pay at the front desk or directly to the teacher when the desk is closed.

We suggest you arrive ten minutes before to give you time to pay and get changed. You should also be aware that we operate on a first-come, first-served basis so for busy classes you may need to arrive even earlier to ensure you get a place. You can either pay per class or pay a discounted rate by buying a block of 10 or 20 classes in advance (see 'prices' for more information).


Courses need to be booked in advance online, by phone or in person. A course lasts between 4 and 10 weeks and you must prepay for the full series of classes that occur once per week on the same day and time. The advantage is that this works out cheaper per class than paying a drop-in-fee and you build on from what you have learnt each week and practise with the same group of people each time. You're more likely to get a sense of progression with a course, and you're also more likely to make the effore to come to class if you've prepaid!

If you do have to miss any classes, unfortunately refunds for individual course sessions are not possible. Credit may be offered in the case of sickness if provided with a doctor's note.  

what to bring and wear

Mats and blocks and other equipment are provided. Some people, however, prefer to bring their own. Towels are not provided. We recommend that you wear loose, comfortable clothing, eg leggings, shorts or tracksuit bottoms and a T-shirt or vest top.

our studios

We have two studios, both with plenty of natural light and wooden sprung floors. Please check the board to ensure you go to the correct studio. You can find more information and photos of the studios on the 'our studios' page.

safety and medical conditions

Students are responsible for their own safety in classes. If you have a health condition, it is your duty to check with your GP whether you should participate and to inform the teacher.



Pilates workshop, Saturday 21 January
Using small equipment - Emily Wilson will focus on using small equipment to assist in providing more variety to the experience and benefit of mat-work Pilates exercises. ... read more
Contemporary Dance Workshop, Sunday 22 January
Exploring free movement & improvisation - Hannah Pickett will play with free movement improvisations and group tasks to allow dancers to explore and develop their own material in a friendly and supportive environment. ... read more
Pregnancy Yoga - Tuesdays 5.30pm
Pregnancy yoga block booking and drop-ins every Tuesday evening! ... read more
Therapeutic Sound Bath, Sunday 22 January
Relax and come into balance with the healing power of sound with Catherine Hutchinson. ... read more
Community meditation meet up, Sunday 29 January
A safe space to bring your meditation practice to a friendly and supportive group hosted by Charlotte Watts & Felice Rhiannon. ... read more


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