Sport Lancaster launches new Les Mills fitness classes

Les Mills trainers working out © Les Mills

Sport Lancaster is boosting its exercise class offering with the introduction of Les Mills group fitness classes. New classes will be available to book from Monday 10th January with the classes starting on Monday 17th January.

Les Mills classes fuse science, movement and music with the latest exercise trends and technology to deliver a workout experience that will change your outlook on exercise. Although available in different exercise styles and intensities, all Les Mills classes focus on one goal: bringing people together to harness the power of group fitness and collective determination.

New Les Mills fitness classes being added to the timetable include BodyPump, BodyCombat and Sprint. These will feature alongside classes such as Pilates, Circuits, Yoga, Spin, Judo, Sculpt Strengthen and Stretch and Sculpt. You can find out more about it by visiting the take a class webpage.

The Les Mills group fitness classes will be available for students, staff and the general public. Classes can be purchased by pay as you play customers as well as included as part of the SportLancaster Platinum membership. Individual classes cost £5.90 per adult, concession price is £4.50 (only available at off peak times only). You can book classes online or by contacting reception on (01524) 510600.

To celebrate the launch of the new Les Mills group fitness programme the centre will be offering a weeklong special offer from Monday 17th January – Sunday 23rd January where you can try the new Les Mills classes for only £3 per class or you can get a 10% discount when you purchase a 3 month Platinum memberships.

Helen Loftus Associate Director of Sport said ‘Sport Lancaster is excited to be launching the Les Mills programmes as part of a refresh of group exercise at the university. The partnership has enabled us to run three of the world's most popular and recognisable group exercise programmes. These sessions will complement the existing timetable, with the refresh signally the start of many more exciting activities to come.’

Check out the new class timetable

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