iOme Fitness partnership with Hawkchurch Resort & Spa
Hawkchurch Resort & Spa is delighted to announce our partnership with iOme Fitness with their ‘Live Well: Mind and Body’ day retreat!
The five star facilities at Hawkchurch lend themselves perfectly to this one day fitness course from iOme Fitness. With our state of the art gym with everything you could want for a workout, including treadmills, cross-trainers, rowing machines, weight machines as well as free weights. Along with our beautiful Hydrotherapy pool which is scientifically proven to release muscle tension and help with blood circulation.
The Mind and Body day retreat is a low impact and low intensity exercise course, making it ideal if you are new to fitness or returning after a long break. The small groups on the course will make it easier for more of a personal training approach, which allows in-depth explanations ensuring that participants fully understand the techniques, postures and benefits of each exercise or movement. The attention to detail and level of coaching provided makes the course perfect for helping to maintain health and vitality once the day is over.
Geared to help increase toning and flexibility, your trainer will help posture and positioning, teaching you how to breathe correctly during exercise and help you to achieve the perfect balance of a health mind and body. The course includes yoga, muscular tension release, aqua body rebalance as well as mindfulness and relaxation. The 6 hour course is spread throughout the day, with a lunch break where you can choose to indulge in a meal at the delicious Beeches Bar & Bistro if you want to.
The full day course costs £159, or £25 per class if a full day is a bit too much for you. Starting on Friday 27th January, and running every Friday after, starting at 11am and finishing around 6pm. You can start your weekend right with this course, in a perfect hide away, where you can rediscover your inner zen at Hawkchurch Resort & Spa.
Contact reception on 01297 678402 for more information.
Photo Credits: Michael Pravin