Harbour Fitness Class Timetable: 6th-10th April

By April 3, 2020 No Comments
We hope you enjoyed the fitness classes last week (led by our oncology physiotherapy team) as much as we did. Following their popularity, we are delighted to announce the continuation of the yoga and functional strength class as well as the introduction of a pilates class and two guided meditation sessions. All these classes will be free for our patients.

The Zoom links and descriptions for all the classes are below, and a new timetable will be published each week on the website. As Zoom has recently updated their privacy and security, you may be asked for a password before your class – these passwords can also be found on the website.

We encourage you (if you haven’t already), to join our private Facebook group Harbour Fitness Group. We will post updates and recordings here. If you don’t have access to Facebook, we can email you the recordings, just let us know by emailing

Classes this week (6-10th April) will be as follows:

Tuesday: 10.30 am Yoga with Candice

Zoom link:

Meeting password: 684168

This class will guide you through a gentle therapeutic practice focusing on movement with the breath to assist with de-stressing and relaxing the body.

Wednesday: 10.30 am Pilates with Megan

Zoom link:

Meeting password: 498894

This class will be low impact and mat-based, focusing on core strength, posture and breathing. Suitable for all levels.

Thursday: Functional Strength with Candice

Zoom link:

Meeting password: 851757

This class will focus on functional fitness using a combination of body weighted exercises and whatever weights you have in your house – this could include your tins of baked beans! This class will combine strength, cardio, Tai Chi and balance.

Friday: 8.30 am + 8.30 pm Guided Meditation with Ash

Zoom link am:

Meeting password:416758

Zoom link pm:

Meeting password: 553656

These meditation sessions can help to develop deeper concentration, mental clarity and emotional positivity. If you haven’t tried it before, meditation could be a very helpful tool during the social isolation we are all facing right now.