Fitness & Wellbeing Classes in OXTED, GODSTONE & CATERHAM

Fitness & Wellbeing Classes in OXTED, GODSTONE & CATERHAM

Welcome to Whoop Fitness & Wellbeing

Dance off the negative rubbish, and Whoop in the joy!

St Nicholas’

Youth Centre, High Street
RH9 8DT

Hazelwood Nursery

(The Larks)
19 Blue House Lane, RH8 0AA

Centenary Hall

Sacred Heart Church
Essendene Road, CR3 5PB

No booking required
Just turn up!

*Valid for 3 months from purchase date

*Valid for 5 months from purchase date

Unlimited classes at all locations
(minimum 3 months)

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What happens in a Whoop Class

We will warm up gently, making sure our joints, muscles and hearts are ready for the main workout.  An eclectic range of music will guide our dance styles and cardio.  Follow me or freestyle!  Then we go into our conditioning section where we use weights and resistance bands to increase muscle strength and endurance!  We will cool down, stretch and focus on positivity before we leave!

What do I wear to whoop?

Active wear. Anything that’s comfy and breathable.

The 2 most important things are a good sports bra – they look after us ladies, we need to look after them! And good supportive trainers with good cushioning to protect your feet and knees.

Do I need to book?

No. Just turn up in active wear, bring water and be prepared to laugh and sweat!

Everyone is lovely and we’re all shapes, sizes and fitness levels going at our own pace. Feel free to come alone or with friends.

About Emily

Emily has a degree and masters in psychology which practically guides her passion to help people in all areas of physical and mental health.

Over the years she has won best fitness instructor of the year in the Surrey Muddy Stilettos awards, been a finalist in the 2018 FitCamps presenter search, led warm ups at big running events, joined the School of Strut and trained in Strutology.

‘I feel like all the things I’ve done have led me to start Whoop Fitness & Wellbeing. I’m more confident in who I am and want to inspire others on their journeys too. Fitness is more than aspiring to achieve a ‘perfect’ body and pain! I want to offer women fun exercise that leaves them feeling healthier physically and mentally.’

Mental health awareness is on the rise but the battles we fight are still very real. Statistics say 1 in 4 of us will experience mental health difficulties in our lives. Emily experienced her own battle with post natal depression and is open about how depression and anxiety affect her. Dancing and exercise help massively!

Good Health is mental, physical and spiritual health. It is important to ensure you are healthy in all these areas. For us to fit exercise into our busy schedules and receive the full benefits, we must enjoy it. Whoop brings all this together!