Movement Classes

Back In The Game

  • Back to Basics
  • Back in Action
  • Back in Balance
  • Back in Charge

The BIG (Back in the Game) class provides access to movement in a safe environment, for those with no exercise background or those interested in developing full and functional range of motion. These classes serve to help people access their movement skills. For some, it is about preparing themselves better to join Parkour classes, for others it is simply a nice way to spend some time looking after your body and putting it through a range of healthy movements.

The BIG classes are healthy, help you overcome long term chronic injuries, improve posture and regain mobility. They will make you feel 10 years younger.

The BIG class has helped those with chronic back injuries; those waiting for hip transplants; sprinters determined not to lose another season to injury and many many people who want to enter retirement healthy and able to enjoy life.


Tuesday 7:30-8:30pm Room to Move- Absolute Beginners Class £10

Wednesday 8-9pm Room to Move - Intermediate Class (also called Conditioning) £10


Join handstand afficianado Donald Dalziel for our regular Handstand Class! 
Focused on both Physical Conditioning and Technical Practice, the class aims to build a strong handstand while also playing with some playful variants. Donald is able to help complete beginners who struggle even to invert - but the class will be suitable for anyone looking to improve their handstands no matter their level.
When: Wednesdays 7-8pm  Room to Move - For all Levels £8

Dynamic Balance

Our range of Movement Classes were developed in associate with Dynamic Balance and Michele Hall who is always available to consult if you are insure about your suitability to join a class. Michele attends the classes regularly, moving between the Tuesday and Wednesday classes and providing insight and putting the time in herself to keeping fit and healthy.a

Movement Workshop

The Access to Movement Workshop is a 6 hour event exploring;

  • Using simple reflexes to correct movement patterns.
  • Using the fascial web to increase flexibility and range of movement

It is immediately applicable and will give you lots of new tolls and ideas