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Clubbercise Witney in aid of Helen & Douglas House

Join Clubbercise Claire this Good Friday morning for a special charity class in aid of Helen & Douglas House.

This amazing local charity provides hospice care for terminally ill children and young adults and is in desperate need of more money due to having some of its funding recently cut. Please bring a minimum donation of just £5 and all proceeds will be given to the charity. Everyone is welcome to join the fun at 9.30am.

Clubbercise Witney – Clubbercise Charity Class
Date: Fri 30 Mar, 09:30, 45 mins

To book via phone, please call us on 01993 705533 to reserve your place.

What happens in a Clubbercise class?

We darken the room, get the disco lights going and start with a simple warm up routine. Then we work up a sweat dancing to floorfillers from 90′s rave to recent dance anthems. The routines are easy-to-follow and always have high or low impact options. It’s all about fun, not about perfection. Take it to your level, keep it simple and enjoy the music.

Why at Pirate Fitness?

Pirate Fitness offers a dedicated fitness studio for its Clubbercise Witney classes with air-conditioning, disco lighting and awesome music and sound system. Even the floor is springy to protect your joints as you dance away! Our exclusive instructor, Claire, has years of experience as an instructor and raver!!

What are the benefits of Clubbercise classes?

  • You get to dance to your favourite tracks without a hangover the next day!
  • Dancing in the dark with disco lights and lasers means you can really let go.
  • Dancing with rave glow sticks gives your arms a good work out.
  • You’ll burn around 600 calories in an hour.
  • You’ll tone your muscles.

Do I need to be an experienced dancer?

Definitely not! We deliberately make our routines easy-to-follow so you can relax and enjoy it rather than worrying about getting the steps wrong.

How much is it?

Currently just £5 a class.

What should I wear/bring?

No heels – LOL! Just trainers/sneakers and sportswear/fitness clothing… Neon is optional! And make sure you bring some water.


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We need to raise over £3 million each year to care for local terminally ill children at the hospice and at home.