Fitness League Festival – Royal Albert Hall

Fitness League

Fitness League Festival – Royal Albert Hall.

Fitness League presents an exercise, movement and dance festival featuring classes, workshops and other activities centred around health and wellbeing throughout the Hall.

There will be masterclasses, the final of ‘Strictly Walking’, and a show in which Fitness League performers will demonstrate their energy, enthusiasm, skill and artistry. Throughout the day there will also be tours of the Royal Albert Hall, talks, workshops, pamper areas and music; plenty to keep everyone entertained!

Fitness League, a well-established nationwide exercise network, is a founder partner of the Exercise Movement and Dance Partnership. Its teachers throughout the UK deliver classes teaching Bagot Stack, designed to improve posture and well-being through central control (core stability) and rhythmic exercise to music, releasing the body’s potential for good health. This event will be a celebration of the 85th anniversary of the Fitness League.

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2 Responses to Fitness League Festival – Royal Albert Hall

  1. The fitness league festival is a very interesting event that promotes good health and overall wellness. It’s an opportunity to start a healthier way of life by engaging in routines that offer benefits for the body and reflect inside and out. Thanks for sharing!

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