BRINGING A NIGHT OUT TO YOUR WORKOUT!

Clubbercise - Chelmsford by Andrea Hall FitnFab

Monday's 8pm Danbury Sports and Social Centre Age 16+
Tuesday's 8pm Chelmer Village Church Age 16+
Thursday's 6:50pm Springfield Park Baptist Church Age 13 +
Friday's 9:30am Great Baddow Millenium Centre Age 16+

Classes £5 if pre booked or £7 for Walk ins


Family Clubbercise Classes - School Holidays

What is Clubbercise
BRINGING A NIGHT OUT TO YOUR WORKOUT!
Clubbercise® - simple, fun dance fitness routines using glow sticks to club anthems from 90′s classics to the latest chart hits taught in a darkened room with disco lights.
Because of the high and low impact options Clubbercise dance fitness classes are great for beginners and fitness fans alike. One class burns around 600 calories.
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Email - andreafitnfab@aol.co.uk

Andrea Hall
Fitness Instructor
Clubbercise Instructor at FitnFab
07810 032945




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