Acroyoga is a beautiful practice that combines the dynamic wisdom of acrobatics, the awareness, breath and balance of yoga and the healing, loving nature of Thai massage. Working with one or more partners these three disciplines are fused into spectacular sequences of inversions, flows and balances.
We know kids like nothing more than being active, and we run a variety of clubs and sessions designed to help the whole family stay fit and healthy and, most importantly, have fun doing it. Our sessions are run by experienced sports coaches and are designed to teach and enhance physical activity skills.
Active for Life is a programme run by Brighton & Hove City Council Healthy Lifestyles Team to support people in the city to lead active lifestyles. We provide over 50 weekly sessions catering for different abiltiies and activity levels across a range of activities from walks, to fitness classes, yoga, sports and more All our sessions are free or low cost, catering for both children and adults in community locations across the city.
- 01273 294589
Active4Less Fitness Club and Gym in Hove Active4less Hove is an independent gym that prides itself on helping each individual reach their fitness goals. Whether you're joining the gym for the first time or getting back to a fitness routine we'll help you lose weight, tone up, raise your fitness and boost your energy levels.
Join our Aerial Yoga classes in Brighton and Hove and feel your body unwind and relax as you move between yoga postures in a supportive silk hammock. Aerial yoga is wonderful for your flexibility, core strength and cardiovascular system, and it’s an amazing way to decompress your spine and neck. Plus you’ll get a mega endorphin rush because it’s just so much fun!
Old Varndeanians Football Club, established in 1929, is one of the most successful social and community football clubs in Brighton. As well as having the tradition of playing attractive and successful football backed up by solid administration, the adult section of the club is also the envy of many in the Brighton area with its home pitches and facilities at the Falmer campus of the University of Brighton including the latest floodlit 3G artificial pitch.
Albion in the Community is the not-for-profit, charitable arm of Brighton & Hove Albion Football Club. We use the power of football and the reach of the club to engage and inspire local people of all ages, abilities and backgrounds. We reach out to people, often those with the greatest need, and give them opportunities they may never have had. AITC is for everyone.
Scottish Country Dancing is performed in sets by groups of dancers, generally six or eight people with the aim being to progress from one end of the set to the other and back again. Simple! Eye contact and smiles keep the worries away and as even the most experienced make mistakes nobody minds. It is part of the fun and teacher can always be blamed! Next dance others will make a different error to more friendly laughter. We welcome anyone from the age of 16 with no upper limit, whether beginners or more experienced dancers, local residents or visitors, either from the UK or overseas.
Alive Gym has: •Qualified friendly instructors •Personal Training •Nautilus equipment •Free Weights •Classes •Creche •Theraphy Rooms •Cardio Room and Stretch area
Amaze is a charity that gives information, advice and support to parents and carers of children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND). We also support young people with SEND up to 25. Most of our services are for families in Brighton and Hove but we also offer Independent Support services to both parent carers and young people up to 25 in West Sussex.
- 01273 234020