Do you like 90's tunes, reminiscing those clubbing days? You love clubbercise, so ditch the heels grab those trainers, it's the workout without the hangover. Suitable for all fitness levels, you must be over the age of 18 to attend.

I currently run classes in 4 locations, Chelmer Village, Boreham, Great Baddow and Kelvedon - Full details can be found on my Facebook page or alternatively via my booking site

Just a Little Bit about ME

I'm Andrea, mum of 3 little pickles, 2 of which have special needs so there’s never a dull moment in our household :-)

Why do I do what I do?

After having 3 children, I needed to find ME again - the positive happy one as I'd gained weight and lost confidence in ME. A friend of mine introduced me to Herbalife and have not looked back, I even made the papers - well Essex Chronicle and Chat - The Sun wouldn't have me.

My Story inspired a lot of people and it was then I decided not to go back to my daytime job but instead work from home helping people on their journeys.. This lead I to Clubbercise as it’s different and right up my street as I get to go clubbing every week.

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