We’re delighted to host a range of free activities at the Pulse on Saturday 8 September as part of the Stroud District Council’s Active for Life Health and Wellbeing Day.
Classes and soft play
Ever fancied giving yoga a try? How about spin classes or Pilates? We’ve got a whole range of our fantastic classes available to try for FREE!
Each class will take place at the following time:
Hatha Yoga – 8.00am
Spin – 8.15am
Strength Circuits – 9.10am
PiYo – 11.00am
Health walk – 11.00am
Pilates – 2.00pm
We’ll also have soft play facilities for under 7s in the studio from 3.30pm to 5.00pm.
Bookings for classes and soft play open on Saturday 25 August. We recommend booking for specific classes – to book, give us a call on 01453 546441.
Junior Triathlon is coming to the Pulse in partnership with Dursley Triathlon Club! This competition is ideal for either seasoned triathletes or children that would like to try it. Sign-ups are available now, and it’s free to join in – click here to register your child.
The triathlon will start at 4pm and is split into four age brackets. Depending on age, the distances for each section are as follows:
8–10 year olds: 50m swim, 1.5k cycle, 800m run
11–12 year olds: 100m swim, 2k cycle, 1200m run
13–14 year olds: 200m swim, 4k cycle, 1600m run
15–17 year olds: 200m swim, 4k cycle, 1600m run
All cycling will take place in the Pulse Spin Studio.
Climbing is an excellent workout, helping you to build strength and stamina. As part of the Health and Wellbeing Day activities, we’ll have a portable climbing wall on site from 10.00am to 2.00pm – if you’d like to give it a go, each climbing session is free!
There’s no need to book for our climbing wall – just come along. All you need to do is make sure you bring sensible footwear.
Public swimming and inflatables
All of our public swimming and inflatable sessions on this date will be priced at just £2 – so whether you want to take a dip or make a splash, it’s a great opportunity to get the family together for a swim!
Even more fun!
We’re also pleased to welcome Gloucestershire Fire and Rescue Service to the Pulse, who will be bringing a fire engine and giving tours to kids while teaching them all about fire safety.
There will also be a pop-up café, with all cake sale profits going to benefit the Motor Neurone Disease Association.