After much anticipation, CLASS, Bath’s newest health and fitness offering from the team behind HEALTH, has opened its doors at Bath Riverside.
Available 6.30am – 9pm, the members only fitness studios offer a packed timetable of boutique classes to promote a culture of health and movement. Classes range from high intensity Turn & Burn™, to Primal Patterns™, a unique programme that combines authentic and natural animal movement patterns to increase mobility and fitness.
The schedule also includes a wide variety of yoga disciplines selected by Class’ director of yoga Simona Hernandez from Bath’s leading yoga studio Yoga Bodhi. Practices available to members include Yin and Yin Flow, Hatha Flow, Restorative and Gentle Yoga. Each of the studio’s classes can be easily booked online a week in advance and cancelled up to an hour before.
Every session has a maximum capacity of 12 people, providing members with bespoke teaching and a chance for one to one time with trainers during their class, perfect for those who are new to fitness or who have had injuries in the past. CLASS will also have a selection of Upper Class activities, specifically tailored towards the requirements of the over 60s.
As well as the fitness studios, CLASS is also home to the Vital Café, a health food café created by the team behind Bath’s foodie staples The Grocer and Rooted. Vital Café, which is also open to non-members, offers fresh and tasty salads and snacks and members can also pre-order delicious recovery smoothies to enjoy immediately after their workout.
Membership costs £97 per month and provides unlimited access to all classes, seven days a week. Founding members will benefit from a 20% life-time discount and residents of Bath’s Riverside will also be eligible for discounted membership.
Rob Suchet, founder of CLASS says, “It’s great that we can now welcome our CLASS members to try the different fitness sessions available in our state-of-the-art Riverside studios. With our small class sizes and the Vital Café also based here, we really hope to be able to offer members a feeling of community as part of our culture of health and movement.”