From personal training to Pilates, there are plenty of ways to stay active at Hobsonville Point this winter.
Award winning personal trainer, Amelia-Jane Hoffmann, operates Fit, Gorgeous Brides on Station Street. The boutique studio caters chiefly for brides but also supports other clients who want to get in shape.
“Every Monday and Wednesday at 5pm and 6pm, the 6 Week Toning Challenge is held indoors,” says Amelia-Jane. “It’s small group training with a focus on toning with weights, body weight exercises and Pilates while also helping out with nutrition.”
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The Point is also home to a Pilates studio, pilatesFIT Boutique, on Hobsonville Point Road. The studio offers Pilates mat and reformer sessions in a relaxed and fun small group environment.
“We focus on strengthening and toning the entire body while working to improve posture, flexibility and overall wellbeing,” says owner, Chelsea Kawana.
Meanwhile Indie Yoga has just opened a studio next door.
“Our timetable has something for everyone,” says owner, Kyleigh Burniston, who has taught yoga for 20 years. “We offer early morning sessions for those who’d like a calm start to their busy working day, mid-morning classes and evening classes.”
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And for those who like a workout in keeping with Hobsonville Point’s military roots, Boot It – Northwest runs boot camps several times a week.
“It’s a fun, effective and affordable way to enjoy group fitness exercise with no yelling and no egos,” says owner and trainer Melody Fullerton. “Each session is designed with five phases to maximise results - warm up, strength, high intensity, endurance and a cool down/stretch.”
For more information, visit Boot It Northwest on Facebook or www.bootit.co.nz/northwest