Sports & Fitness
Who says exercising can’t be fun? Anything But Grey offers Mindful Pilates, Advanced Pilates, Pilates4Runners and Rehabilitation, plus other activities for women, and men, in Knaresborough and surrounding areas. Join in and join the fun!
for more info head to Anything But Grey’s website
Blue Cat Fitness offer a range of classes suitable for all ages, sizes and fitness levels such as, blast class, fitball, super circuits and mum & me total tone. As well as classes Blue Cat Fitness also offers 1-2-1 personal training and a mobile massage service.
Blue Cat Fitness
The 1:1 Diet, originally known as The Cambridge Diet, was launched in the UK in 1984 and has helped thousands of people worldwide lose weight and live healthier, happier lives. The Cambridge Weight Plan use 1:1 consultants to help support and guide you, as well as supplying wight loss products and alternative meals.
Cambridge Weight Plan
Cath’s Kickers offers line dancing classes, teaching routines to a wide variety of music including Latin, pop, country and more. It is a great way to learn dance whilst enjoying a low impact physical and mental workout. Suitable for all ages (8 to 80+), and all levels, no partner required.
Chris Jones’ Martial Arts Academy is based in Knaresborough. Classes are available 6 days a week with lessons in freestyle Taekwando and kickboxing. At CJMAA their goal is to make Martial Arts accessible to all with class types ranging from adult kickboxing to child classes and ladies only sessions. Chris and his team of multiple World, European and National champion instructors have been teaching in the area, full-time, for nearly 15 years providing a great opportunity for students who wish to take their training to the next level.
Chris Jones Martial Arts Academy
Dancing for Well-Being is ideal if you find other dance or exercise classes too strenuous or challenging. You can dance SITTING or STANDING, you can move at the level that suits your abilities and limitations, and you don’t need a partner or a good memory. Our groups are suitable for a wide range of people – from people whose health means they just need to slow up a bit to people who have heart or breathing problems, or illnesses like arthritis, Parkinson’s, dementia, or depression, and people with mobility problems who use wheelchairs or other walking aids.
Dancing for Well-Being is gentle and safe exercise; it’s great for company and friendship; it’s relaxing and uplifting, but above all it’s a lot of FUN!
Dancing for Well-Being