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At Movevolution, our aim is to promote exceptional movement at the heart of everything we do, allowing you to participate fully in everything you do. We believe your health and wellbeing should not be seen as a finite goal with a start and end point. Instead, we feel it should be continually evolving, enabling you to become leaner, stronger, healthier, injury-free, and more mobile, consistently over time.

Whilst we are proud to be able to draw upon over 20 years’ experience in Pilates, Yoga, Group Interval Training, Soft Tissue Therapy, Natural Movement and Sports Nutrition, we are more than a studio and don’t want to be seen simply as the output of the services and facilities that we offer. We work holistically – with constant dialogue across our specialisms, sharing client information – as we feel this joined-up approach gives our clients every opportunity to succeed

This is not about square pegs and round holes; nor is it a one-size-fits-all model. From your initial ‘Functional Movement Screening’, we will be able to identify your strengths and weaknesses, which will allow us to help plan the best approach to achieving your personal goals.



08:15 HIIT

09:30 Pilates

12:00 TRX

13:30 Yoga

18:00 KB

19:00 Pilates

20:05 Pilates


0.8:00 KB

09:30 Pilates



17:30 Pilates

18:35 Pilates

19:45 HIIT


08:15 HIIT

09:15 KB

12:00 TRX


18:00 TRX

19:00 Pilates


08:00 TRX

09:30 Pilates

10:45 HIIT


18:10 KB

19:00 HIIT

20.00 TRX


08:10 KB

09:30 Pilates

12:00 TRX




19:30 HIIT


(Spring time outdoor - Natural Movement)

09:15 Yoga

*Where consecutive classes are run without a break in between sessions, please be reassured that the mats and equipment will be sanitised thoroughly.


Groups Memberships:
1 session per week
2 sessions per week
3 sessions per week
4 sessions per week
Drop In – £13.50
£45 per month
£86 per month
£115 per month
£135 per month
Drop In £13.50 

Groups Memberships:
1 session per week: £45 per month
2 session per week: £86 per month
3 session per week: £135 per month


As these sessions are tailored to the individual, cost for these services will be unique to your individual programme. Please get in contact to discuss



Pilates is a form of low-impact exercise that aims to strengthen muscles while improving postural alignment and flexibility. Focusing specifically on the smaller stabilisation muscles, it is the quality of movement that is key. Unlike some forms of training, Pilates is all-encompassing, with no restrictions on age, gender or skill level. Pioneered initially amongst elite athletes by the All Blacks and Pat Cash, Pilates will now almost certainly form part of individual and team training programmes. Pilates is equally beneficial to non-athletes, whether this be individuals simply looking to improve their strength and posture, or those recovering from injury or managing an ongoing illness.
As we get older, our bodies lose the ability to perform natural movement patterns. Those of us who choose to continue to exercise into adulthood tend to do so for aesthetics or to improve performance. Whilst these objectives are perfectly acceptable, most of the training we undertake often impedes mobility and the body’s ability to perform simple and fundamental movements well. Our Natural Movement classes will allow you to reconnect with your body’s natural movement patterns. Comprising balancing, climbing, jumping, hanging, crawling, and a variety of other skills, Natural Movement can be practised as an independent discipline or to complement other areas of your training. It will rejuvenate your body and allow you to carry out basic functional movement patterns efficiently.
Group Interval Training or High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) involves short periods of intense work effort, followed by a short period of rest or active recovery. The format lends itself extremely well to small groups, as the wide variety of exercises tend not to be overly technical and allow for all areas of the body to be trained each session. The physical benefits are wide-reaching and include improvements to the cardiovascular system, lung function, metabolism, bone density, blood sugar control and hormone production, as well as significant mental health benefits.
The body’s soft tissues comprise muscles, tendons, ligaments and fascia (connective tissue). Therapy of these tissues requires management, manipulation and rehabilitation – soft tissue therapy is therefore as much about helping you to avoid injury in the first instance as it is about aiding recovery. Soft tissue therapy should be seen as a necessity rather than a luxury, and something that is not the restricted domain of elite athletes and competitive sport. Adopting an holistic approach, and planning therapy sessions into your training schedule, will help you to avoid injury, recover quicker, improve flexibility and mobility, and allow you to continue to do the things that you enjoy.
Hatha is a general term that includes most yoga styles. It involves the practice of asanas (yoga postures) and pranayama (breathing exercises), which help to bring peace to the mind and body. Hatha Flow Yoga specifically uses flowing movement patterns to smoothly connect traditional yoga postures. Movement is carried out in coordination with breathing exercises, to allow the body and mind to work in unison, helping to release tension, improve posture and flexibility, alleviate chronic pain, and develop strength.
Optimal nutritional strategies are not only important in the fuelling and recovery stages of exercise, but also in ensuring we are able to maximise the significant health benefits various foods have to offer. There seems little point in negating the effort and subsequent benefits of exercising by undoing any good work in the kitchen. No two people are the same when it comes to our body’s physiological response to food. Training history, age, weight and gender are simply a few of the variables that affect our body composition. Similarly, we are all very different in our relationship with food, and the psychology surrounding eating habits should never be underestimated.

As with all our training programmes, the Movevolution approach to nutrition is personalised, dependent on your individual background and requirements. In addition, to encourage success, we will ensure that any nutrition programme is well considered, practical, realistic and sustainable.




Pilates and Deep
Tissue Specialist


Strength &


Group HIIT


Energy Medicine and Yin Yoga


My overall fitness has improved dramatically. I no longer feel tired during the day and have lost so much unwanted weight but also out of the training sessions, the team at Movevolution have provided constant support – be it by e-mail, text message, phone or Skype – which has inspired me to really commit.
Dr Alex Watson
Vascular Surgeon

I can now ski all day without any discomfort or aching muscles. What’s more, the fat I’ve lost has allowed me to revisit sections of my wardrobe that have not seen the light of day for years.
The ongoing support is exceptional – I have been encouraged to push myself, achieving more than I ever thought I was capable of.
Alan Hendon
Senior Project Manager

I now have more energy now than I know what to do with, which is something to be celebrated. I also love that I can now go into a clothes shop and have the choice of everything, rather than the shapeless garments that hid a multitude of sins.
Having invested a lot of time, sweat and money into this adventure, I can tell you it’s the best thing I have ever done for myself.
Georgina Szanto
Primary School Teacher

I have tried to do my own thing before but failed miserably. I know, without the expertise, support and guidance of the Moveolution team, I couldn’t have achieved what I have in such a short period of time. Activities I used to find really difficult are now a ‘walk in the park.’ The most noticeable changes are improvements to my general fitness, strength and flexibility, which have given me a new lease of life on the golf course and bowling green.
Roger Easton
Retired Co Director and Chartered Surveyor

I’m in the best shape of my life – and I say that as a habitual exerciser, marathon runner, open water swimmer and adventure racer. I feel so much leaner and stronger. Also, get this – I never thought I would have to go out and buy a smaller pair of trousers.
Improvements to my strength now help me when lugging large camera bags around for days on end, as well in general day-to-day life. My sciatica and lower back pain have disappeared. I really do see this as an investment in my family and my future.
Ben Langdon
Photographer and Filmmaker



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