Movement - From Yoga to Aerial Silks classes we will have a movement class that you will love. Cardio and strength are nothing without movement. Perfect your posture, improve your flexibility and reduce your risk of injury with these fun classes and you will feel healthier, fitter and happier with your body than ever.
Yoga – A mix of Ashtanga and Hatha yoga practices. Each posture is designed to increase flexibility and strength using a mind and body connection. The class focuses on breath, postures and finishes with a relaxation. The class is open to all levels from beginner to advanced practitioners.
Pole Fitness – Pole fitness is a challenging and dynamic workout for the whole body. Our structured programme is tailored to suit beginner and intermediate levels, taking you through the range of grips, spins, climbs and inverts to build up your pole technique at your own pace. Combining strength and flexibility through movement and conditioning, this class is perfect for anyone who wants to get fit whilst having fun. There are no limits to what you can achieve on the pole both physically and mentally, from toning and strengthening to developing body awareness, endurance and overall confidence. Most importantly it’s open to all shapes, sizes, ages, genders and fitness levels.
Indian Clubs - Indian club training has been around for around 2500 years. It is one the ultimate ways we have found to develop great movement and coordination throughout the entire body. Specifically for shoulder health the Wild Training Indian club class is ideal to learn how to use these tools, improve should mobility and enhance muscle tone.
Wild Flexibility – Flexibility is something that so many people don't invest enough time in, and yet improving it can help shape your body, tone your muscles and reduce your risk of injury. In the Wild Flexibility class, we target specific groups of muscles and use active drills on foam rollers to release tension in the muscles and connective tissue, and then create dynamic stretching sequences and incorporate mobility bands to assist in stretching and achieving optimum mobility.
Wild Retros - This classes is perfect for people looking to start their journey into fitness who haven’t done regular exercise before, or who are looking to step back into fitness. Using a mixture of Wild Training favourites, such as straps , Indian clubs, resistance bands and other bits of equipment.
Wild Retros is a low impact class with elements of relaxation and mobility exercises designed to get you moving and as always keeping it fun.
Wild Aerials – Wild Aerial is where we train with Aerial Silks which involves two lengths of fabric rigged from the ceiling. You will start with a variety of climbs to build your strength and get you off the ground. Then you will quickly progress into wrapping your body around the silks into some fantastic holds. Wild Aerial is a perfect class for improving your body awareness, functional strength and flexibility. These sessions are for all levels.
Wild Flow – This is a 60 minute class that the Wild Trainers have developed over years of practising lots of different skills, and seeing a gap in the training that we offer. Wild Flow brings together elements of Capoeira, Dynamic Tension Training, and our own spin on functional core conditioning. The constant flow of this class will raise your heart rate, breathing rate and keep your whole body under tension, helping you burn fat, shape your body and tone your muscles. The Capoeira inspired movements help to develop stamina, strength, balance, co-ordination, agility and flexibility. After a series of core conditioning sequences we finish the class with a focused stretch to help develop flexibility. If you haven't done this class before, DO IT. It will bring a great balance to your training and make you feel awesome!
Wild Rehab - Wild Rehab & Movement focuses on specific body performance & understanding movement patterns to assist overall conditioning and injury prevention
Perfect for people new to training and those more experienced who want to get more out of their training