Following the successful launch of a new pilates session at The Freight House earlier this year, Fusion Lifestyle are pleased to be adding more sessions to the programme at the Freight House from January.
Funding has been provided by Rochford Health & Wellbeing Board to offer Dance Active and a second pilates class to the programme. Both sessions will run on a Monday morning at the Freight House from Monday 14 January.
Dance Active will offer a mixture of Zumba, dance fit and aerobics between 9.30am and 10.30am, while the new pilates class will run from 10.45am and will offer a free tea or coffee after the session – something that has proved to be hugely popular with the existing session.
Fusion’s Sports and Community Development Manager, Steve Bentall said “we’re grateful to the health and wellbeing board for providing the funding to allow us to continue to expand our community-based programmes. Offering three sessions a week will provide local residents with the opportunity to become more active while also enjoying the social aspects of chatting with other participants over a cup of tea or coffee”.
The existing Tuesday morning pilates will continue from 15 January from 10.30am and will also continue to offer a free tea or coffee after the session.
Participants are encouraged to bring their own mats to these sessions for comfort.