New fitness studio opens at Prince Regent
On Saturday, 2 March a new fitness studio opens at the Prince Regent Swimming Complex.
We've provided more than £200,000 to create the new studio and our not-for-profit operator Freedom Leisure has invested in widening the appeal and extending the offering at the much-loved centre – to support more people in the city to be more active.
Try a session for free
To launch the new studio, all classes on Saturday, 2 March will be FREE.
We'll also be offering a special rate of just £25 a month for unlimited classes (normal price £30 per month) for the first 50 people who sign up.
Prince Regent Swimming Complex
- A versatile inner city swimming pool hall of four separate pools
- A compact yet very well-equipped gym
- A popular and successful swim school
By bringing unused space into use with the new fitness studio we are looking forward to hosting more than 40 group exercise classes a week; including MOVEit® classes, the latest in functional training (fitness exercises that train your muscles to work together) and the only place in Brighton & Hove to offer these classes.
What's in the studio?
Ryan O’Gorman, Freedom Leisure Health and Fitness Manager, says: “We’ve gone all out with the design of this studio to create a really current and appealing exercise space for customers to enjoy!
"The glass-fronted studio has the latest sound and air conditioning systems, a touch screen lighting system that allows the use of full colour spectrum ambient lighting, plus some of the most innovative functional training equipment on the market.
"There is also a specially designed shock-absorbing flooring which is kinder on users' joints and reduces injury making for an even safer workout.
“We have a jam-packed timetable combining MOVEit® and our own variety of yoga, pilates, stretch and meditation sessions, for people of all abilities from beginners to advanced.
"We are also delighted to introduce our new team of 12 fitness instructors, who are some of the finest Brighton has to offer!”
Councillor Alan Robins, chair of Brighton & Hove’s Tourism, Development & Culture Committee, said: “The council is committed to providing inspiring spaces for people of all ages and abilities to enjoy exercise and keep fit. We’re really pleased to support the improvements at this much-loved leisure venue which will offer more choice and more activities for residents in the city.”
The studio is right in the centre of the city in Church Street, close to the Dome theatre and Jubilee library.