Group training sessions


We all need movement. Group training offers community and joy. You become fitter, happier and it will be easier to focus in your daily life. You also become more flexible, stronger and healthy. Join us and allow yourself to be motivated by the group, the instructor and the music!



Cardio workout, muscle strength or flexibility? Why not all three! Choose the type of group session that you like and think you will benefit from the most!


Speed and action to Latin and world rhythms! The Zumba® classes combine dance steps with aerobic exercise and are excellent training if you wish to dance and sweat it on!

Zumba Gold®

The Zumba Gold®classes are adapted to participants who wish to avoid hops and sharp turns. We focus on balance, movement and coordination to catchy Latin and world music. Be ready for a sweaty workout that gives you tons of energy!

Vinyasa Yoga

Vinyasa Yoga is inspired by such forms as Ashtanga, Iyengar and Hatha Yoga. Vinyasa Yoga offers strengthening exercises with soft and powerful postures that challenge body and mind in a versatile way. We gradually build up to sun and moon salutations and other flow-type sequences synchronized with your breath.

Yin & Yang Yoga

Yin & Yang Yoga combines dynamic, active movement sequences with calmer, relaxing deep stretches. Yang yoga originates in Vinyasa Flow with variations of sun salutations, static postures, rhythm and repetition. Yin Yoga is a form of restorative yoga, where each posture is held for 2–3 minutes. The session ends with relaxation or meditation for 15 minutes.

Päiväjooga – calm yoga that suits everybody

Restorative yoga in the middle of the day, for instance during the lunch break, how does that sound? This daytime yoga is a shorter version of the Yin & Yang Yoga classes.

Functional training and relaxation

Develop endurance, strength and restoration to better cope with everyday life! We primarily go in for practicing patterns of movement needed in daily life. The courses are planned according to the needs of the participants.

Photo: Marthina Uthardt and Sandra Holmäng