Abingdon Dance and Fitness Studio


Start your day off with a fitness class or join one of our evening classes - there's no membership fee, just pay as you go.

Zumba Gold

Zumba Gold is a lower impact form of Zumba. It includes all of the elements of Zumba but at an easier pace. It mainly suits elder people, the less fit and those recovering from injury or illness.

Class times/prices

Every Monday 10.00–11.00am
£5 per session.

Every Thursday 9.45–10.45am
£5 per session.

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Ditch the workout and join the party! This fun and easy to follow cardio dance class combines high-energy and motivating Latin music with unique moves and combinations that make you feel like you are partying on the dance floor. Easy to follow, and something everyone can do - Zumba is the best way to ‘dance away your worries’. We promise, exercise has never been so fun!

There are different types of classes for different levels of age and exertion. The basic Zumba class is energetic and aerobic. We also offer Zumba Gold.

Class times/prices

Every Tuesday 6.00–7.00pm
£5 per session.

Every Wednesday 10.45–11.45am
£5 per session.

Ask about our Zumba classes


Boxercise began in the UK in 1992 and is based upon training principles that have existed for over two hundred years. It has adapted and developed age old training principles to form a fun, safe, stress busting workout suitable for all ages and levels of ability. The teacher is a qualified Boxercise and personal fitness trainer.

Class times/prices

Every Wednesday 9.45–10.45am
£5 per session.

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Flexibility training helps improve the range of motion of your joints and muscles. When your muscles are flexible, you are less likely to become injured during physical activity. We run weekly flexibility classes for both adults and juniors.

Class times/prices

Every Tuesday 7.15–8.00pm
£5 per session.

Ask about our Flexibility classes


Abingdon Dance & Fitness Studio
63 Swinburne Rd
OX14 2HF
07749 755151

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