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It's a fun dance fitness class suitable for all ages, shapes and sizes

Anyone can do it, the moves are simple and based on letters and numbers. It is easy to adapt to suit

individual style and fitness level. No previous dance ability is required, no one cares whether you can dance,

you just move to your own groove and join in the fun.

You will forget you’re working out while you burn loads of calories!!

Come and give it a try - let me know what you think!

Classes are held at:-

The Rugby Club,
Timpsons Lane

Wednesdays at 7.30pm

Wickham St Pauls Village Hall
Near Halstead

Mondays at 10.30am

You can watch a video clip of a class at Bokwa Fitness with Lorraine


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You can find out more about me by following this link

This class is suitable for all ages, fitness levels, shapes and sizes.
I'ts not a HIIT class, there's no complicated moves and no impact.
Just toning, strengthening and stretching all our problem areas.

Mats and light hand weights provided (bring your own if you prefer)

Class at Great Maplestead Village Hall
Tuesdays at 7pm


I have been in the fitness industry for more years than I like to admit, I started after the birth of my 3rd baby – trying to lose weight I attended classes at the Squash Club in Moulsham. Back then instructors were mainly Ex dancers and I saw a gap in the market for a ‘normal’ more approachable instructor. I gained lots of different qualifications along the way - Exercise to music, studio cycling, Body Pump, Pilates, Stability Ball, Groove & Stomp FX, Power Chi yoga, Studio Management and of course Bokwa levels 1&2 and Expert training.
In 1991 I taught the very first step aerobics classes in Chelmsford - no one had even seen a step before that!! My classes were very successful and over the years I worked for myself and have had people working for me. I also worked for most of the clubs in Essex as they came along, teaching Step, LBT’s, Pilates, Body Pump, Groove and Stomp FX, slide (anyone remember that) spinning etc. etc. but became best known for Pilates. I was also studio coordinator for LA fitness in London Wall and Billericay.
In 2006 I moved to Spain for 11 years and didn’t teach many classes until I discovered BOKWA. I love the simplicity of Bokwa - no dance ability required- it is so easy to adapt for different fitness levels and it gives me a workout like no other since my step days. I loved it so much that I travelled to London from Spain to become qualified in level 1 and went back to Spain to try it out on my friends who had begged me to start teaching again. They all fell in love with Bokwa too so I went on to qualify in level 2 and Expert training and started up a few more small classes in the Spanish countryside for the Ex-Pats.
I have now moved back to the UK for a few years and am teaching Bokwa Platinum and Legs Bums & Tums classes for the more mature participants like me who still want to stay active.

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