Hope you’ve had a fantastic summer and are looking forward to the Autumn and build up to Christmas.

Now that the main school holidays are over and we’re all returning to some sense of normality, I wanted to take this opportunity to share with you some hugely exciting plans we have been putting in place here at theClub.

We’re always looking to maintain theClub’s standing as the leading Health Club and Spa in the South West, not only to enhance your experience but to make sure you get the most out of your membership and use of the facilities.

So, following a comprehensive review of our Group Exercise product, we are very excited to announce our plans to invest over £70,000 in our main and spin studios. This will not only update our Group Exercise offering at theClub but increase significantly the number and variety of classes available each week.

As part of this investment, we will be introducing a world-class range of ‘virtual’ classes.  These will sit alongside and complement our excellent range of instructor-led ‘live’ classes.  These include favourites such as Body Pump and Body Balance, the introduction of some new Les Mills classes such as CXWorx, Body Combat, RPM, plus Born to Move for our younger members, as well as Sufferfest cycling sessions for our keener cyclists.

The result means we will be more than doubling our Group Exercise programme from around 80 to over 200 a week!

This will provide you with much more availability, variety and flexibility, making theClub a leader in terms of health and well-being.

We will provide further updates over the coming weeks to reveal more about these exciting plans and new classes.  For further information, please refer to Club signage or visit our Facebook page at en-gb.facebook.com/ClubandSpaBristol.

If in the meantime you have any questions, please do not hesitate to get in touch, and I hope you will enjoy these improvements to our Group Exercise product.

Best wishes


Mark Johns

General Manager

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