A night with Shimmy 'n' Groove Fitness and Jessie Pavelka

What a fabulous evening of fun fitness! Over 100 people gathered at New Hall School on Wednesday 26th July to train with Jessie Pavelka, from Sky TV shows 'The Biggest Loser', 'Obese: A year to save my life' and author of a book called 'The Programme'.

His Essex based Bootcamp class was followed by a brief seminar giving top tips for sustainable changes, providing an opportunity for people to ask questions regarding their lifestyle choices. Jessie's philosophy is simple and can be embedded into anybody's lives, (so long as they are ready to embrace the changes). He promotes 4 key areas; Eat, Sweat, Think, Connect.

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In everyday life these values translate to eating wholesome foods in their most natural form, moving your body more often, speak positively to yourself and surrounding yourself with people who care about you.

At Shimmy 'n' Groove Fitness Ltd, we couldn't be better aligned with these core principles. Our instructors take pride in building rapport with the participants in class ensuring a safe, fun and effective workout. In addition to classes we offer a variety of social activities, take part in fitness events and see lots of new friendships being developed.

Our classes in the community are designed to suit all abilities, preferred style of exercise and are suitable for all ages. We also offer truly bespoke training programs which are in a home based gym and are specifically tailored to the individual client.

Lindsey Abbott
Tel: 07886 721411

Facebook: Facebook.com/ShimmyAndGrooveFitness
Twitter: @shimmyngroove

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