Monday Classes at Bristol Sports Centre STUDIO 4:30-5:30 Judaku-Do Karate 6:30-7:30 Stretchercise 7:30-8:30 Artemis BJJ MAIN MAT 4:30-5:30 SKY Taekwondo – Bristol Kids 5:30-7:30 SKY Taekwondo Adults 7:30-9:30 UWE Jiu Jitsu 9:30-10:30 K1 Kickboxing with Whitlock Martial Arts For details of classes see here http://www.bristolsportscentre.co.uk/classes/ For current timetable http://www.bristolsportscentre.co.uk/timetable/
https://www.facebook.com/BristolSportsCentre/photos/a.180711682074883.63699.155909514555100/420758578070191/?type=1&stream_ref=10 New Chest Press and Shoulder Press strength machines in! Gym is getting a re-jig layout wise, please tell us what you think. Pretty sure we will move it all around again. Sorry for any inconveniences caused, promise to sort out a better layout for you all. Free Weights vs Resistance Machines A good exercise
UWE Jitsu practise traditional Jiu Jitsu (Shorinji kempo jiu-jitsu), which is a self-defence martial art.
It’s not strength based so it doesn’t matter if your big or small, fit or unfit- everyone can do it and everyone is welcome!
SKY Taekwondo in Bristol has been running successfully for the past 9yrs, it is the parent club to UWE and UoB university Taekwondo clubs. Our club is open to general public. Our main aim in training is to develop fitness and skills for competition success along with building strong attributes from the way of TKD - Courtesy, Integrity, Perseverance, Self Control, Indomitable Spirit and Modesty.
Krav Maga at Bristol Sports Centre is a modern self defence and tactical martial arts system which teaches how to prevent, deal and overcome all kinds of violence and attacks Krav Maga was originally developed in Israel, under realistic demands and conditions. It is the latest, most effective and functional reality based self defence system.
KICKBOXING K1 CLASS at Bristol Sports Centre Kickboxing is a dynamic sport practiced for fitness, self defence, and competition. Classes offer hard cardio and strength building catered for everyone from complete beginners to experienced fighters. K1 is a form of kickboxing that has a mixture of techniques from Muay Thai, kickboxing, Karate and Taekwondo. The sessions include
SKY Taekwondo for Kids at Bristol Sports Centre SKY Taekwondo in Bristol has been running successfully since 2004, it is the parent club to UWE and UoB university Taekwondo clubs. Our club is open to general public. We have classes for Kids and Adults. Our main aim in training is to develop fitness and skills
Circuit Training, Keep Fit and Body Mechanic classes at Bristol Sports Centre BIG H is my name, Being in Good Health is my Game! - Circuit training to cater for all, beginner up to elite - Keep Fit classes for all ages - Body Mechanics, learn to use your body the right way and avoid
Kettlebells Kettlebells classes at Bristol Sport Centre. Mixed class for both men and women! Move better, Move more, Move stronger. Functional training featuring kettlebells, Primal Move and Functional Movement Systems. Open Kettlebell classes! Thursdays 6:30-7:30pmPM. At Bristol Sports Centre‘s studio. We want to make it possible for all the ladies and men to live a healthy
Stretchercise classes! Bristol Sport Centre “Stretchercise” classes Mondays 6-7pm and Wednesdays 9:30-10:30am in our Studio on 1st floor. Stretching and exercising main muscle groups and of course our neglected areas. 1st session free, £5 per session thereafter. Private sessions also available. Speak to Ahbba 07983084045, or any of us in the gym
Classes start Tuesday 10th September 2013! Hello and welcome to Vinyasa Power yoga, Bristol. I’m Olu and I teach yoga in Bristol and within Somerset. Vinyasa Power yoga is a dynamic form of yoga based on the Ashtanga Vinyasa system, and focuses on balancing strength building and flexibility with relaxation to achieve a calm and peaceful
Classes start Friday 11th October 2013 About ‘The fighting dance of the Nubian Warriors’ is an African/Caribbean martial art which combines dance-like forms with dynamic rhythms and acrobatic movements. Also know as Kazimba Ngoma. Mission Our mission is to engage with people of all ages, teaching them a sense of pride, discipline and respect. Company
Classes start Monday 2nd September 2013 The essence of Judaku-Do Karate can be found in the Japanese words themselves. Judaku means acceptance. Do means way (i.e. chosen path) and karate means open hand. Thus, the literal translation of Judaku-Do Karate is the way of open-handed acceptance. What this means practically: The Physical - Judaku-Do utilises Shotokan karate; a style of karate characterised by deep, strong stances and powerful techniques. This style is used as a
Open Mat at Bristol Sports Centre on our main matted space or upstairs in our studio. Times shown are for main matted area. Open Mat session are open to everyone whether you are a martial artist or not, this is a non-instructional session where you are encouraged to get together and make use of the
PHYSIOTHERAPY with Matt www.comfortphysio.co.uk www.grangephysio.com Matt Comfort BSc HCPC MCSP – Physiotherapist Matt is a fully Chartered Physiotherapist, qualifying with a 2:1 in BSc Physiotherapy at the University of the West of England, Bristol. During his time at university he developed a great passion for musculoskeletal physiotherapy and received high grades in this subject area;
Kids Capoeira Specialist kids class in Capoeira, a unique Brazilian martial art and dance. After a series of warm up games the children learn a kicks, dodges and acrobatic movements as well as the basic Capoeira rhythms and songs. Lessons taught by Claudio who has over 23 years training Capoeira and has received his Contra
Brazilian Jiu Jitsu in Bristol Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ) Classes in Bristol Sports Centre starts 27th January 2014 – Mondays and Wednesdays 7:30pm in our Studio. First week FREE for everyone!!! Artemis BJJ offers Brazilian jiu jitsu from the heart of Bristol, just off Portland Square, atBristol Sports Centre. Our dedicated, friendly and experienced team of instructorsare