The Movement Project’s Monthly Newsletter

We’re back with another exciting update from The Movement Project! April is in full swing, and we’ve got some fantastic developments to share with you all. Let’s dive right in!

Building Works Update

We’re thrilled to report that our shower/toilet building works are progressing smoothly and are on track to be completed by mid-May. We appreciate your patience and understanding during this time as we work to enhance our facilities for your comfort and convenience.

Introducing the Teen Athletic Potential Program (TAPP)

Attention parents and young athletes! We’re excited to introduce our new 4 Week Teenage Athletic Potential Programme (TAPP). Designed for adolescents seeking strength and conditioning training, covering Weight Training, Power Lifting, Olympic Lifting and Speed, Agility and Quickness. The course will initially be available for ages 13-16 with a course for younger ages planned at a later date, it focuses on building a solid foundation of athleticism for the future. Our safe and progressive training program covers all the elements required to excel in athletic sporting endeavours, improving coordination, power, reaction time, and much more. Register your interest now, and stay tuned for the start date.

Updated Class Schedule

As you will have seen we have some changes and additions to our class schedule, thanks to the incredible efforts of Matt Friday and Kathryn White, our newest additions to the TMP team help take your fitness journey to the next level. Click here for Week 1 and 3 and Week 2 and 4 Click here.

Kids Spin Class

Calling all young spin enthusiasts! Starting 7th May, we will be hosting a weekly Kids Spin Class every Tuesday at 4:00pm. Open to children aged 13-18 years, this class promises to be a fun and energising workout.

Massage Therapy

Sam is a qualified ITEC Level 4 Sports and Level 3 Holistic Massage Therapist with a wealth of experience in nursing and complementary healthcare. With her holistic approach and range of techniques, including Muscle Energy Technique, Myofascial Release, and Neuromuscular Technique, Sam offers treatments at The Movement Project to aid recovery, facilitate injury improvement, and promote long-term pain relief. Learn more about Sam’s services and get in contact with her to book your appointment.

That is all for now, folks! This newsletter is coming to your bit late in the month but we are all systems go at TMP constantly making improvements with the aim of keeping you moving. As always your support is appreciated and we hope that you are enjoying the new classes, instructors and soon, the facilities.