Peterborough Class Instructors
Hi I am Dickie,
I have always had a passion for fitness and sport, I am qualified in personal training and group exercise, football and sport coaching and more…
Join my classes:
- Kid’s fitness boxing class – Wednesdays 5pm – 6pm
- Cardio fit – Wednesdays 6.15pm – 7:15pm
- Senior fitness circuits – Thursdays 11am – 12pm
Look forward to seeing there!
Kickboxer Rob Taylor is the current Peterborough Sportsman of the year, a title he has won 3 times in a row alongside 8 World titles, 2 European titles and numerous British titles.
He is a Martial arts Hall of Fame inductee plus holds black belts in both Karate and Taekwondo and is currently a World Kickboxing Organisation British team coach whilst also being the chief instructor at T.A.S.K Martial arts in Peterborough.
Join his class on Fridays – 5:30pm – 6:30pm
Hi, my name is Samia, I have been working with YMCA for 11 years and I have been teaching classes for quite a long time now.
I am a qualified Personal Trainer, a sports massage therapist, and a studio instructor.
You will see me teaching different classes from Zumba to Pump, Abs Blast, Fit circuit, Chair based exercise.
I love my job, my enthusiasm for fitness will show during my classes.
I will make you work hard as well as have fun.
Come to say hi and hope to see you soon.
Hi I’m Jo,
I am a qualified professional Yoga Teacher, I interpret and deliver Hatha Yoga, under the name of Heart Yoga; Classes are Monday and Thursday 6:30pm – 7:30pm for beginners to intermediate.
Monday’s Hatha flows class is aimed at specific chakras such as crown, third eye, sacral and parts of the body hips, internal organs etc. Each pose is held between 4 – 15 deep breaths; working towards more advanced asanas and inversions; purpose to relax the body and mind ready for the week ahead.
Thursday’s is a continuous flow where each pose (asana) flows to the next for an hour covering all chakras and whole-body work out. Holding for 4 – 15 breaths.
You can work at your own pace and step out of the pose and observe to find your own interpretation it’s not a competition; Hatha Yoga’s purpose is to unite the body and mind.
It’s an infectious buzz working with the music too, a positive vibration resulting in physical and mental strength. Bring your mats, blocks and straps!