Muddy says: Bringing a London-style funky fitness studio to the ‘burbs SPN offers a mix of Spin, Pilates, Barre, Boxing, Yoga and Strength classes, alongside a super nourishing juice bar and gorgeous fitness gear pop-up shop. Say hello to your pert new behind!
Tunbridge Well’s brand new fitness boutique brings an urban health and fitness vibe to the ‘burbs – and we likey! With a similar offering to the best London, LA and New York studios there’s a mix of Spin, Pilates, Barre, Boxing, Yoga and Strength classes, alongside a super nourishing juice bar and gorgeous fitness gear pop-up shop.
SPN (Soul, Power & Nutrition) runs around seven spin and up to six floor based classes each day starting at 7am and finishing at 9pm. Classes are geared towards men and women of all ages and fitness levels, each one with SPN’s unique blend of endorphin-pumping, interval training and calorie burning strength conditioning.
Founder Jaime Cooke, won the Best Fitness Instructor in Kent 2017 as voted by you in the Muddy Awards. She specialises in funky indoor cycling and previously ran the Popcycle studio where you spin in almost total blackness with flashing neon lights and blasting pop music.
Jaime’s gathered a great team around her including the very brilliant celebrity trainer, Sarah Gorman, who is the top of her game at floor exercise classes. That’s why Davina McCall chose her to collaborate on her new DVD, Toned in 10 (which is really good by the way.) Sarah’s speciality are the Barre classes (a very effective technique used by ballerinas to get those long, lean limbs) and Piloxing (a combination of Pilates and boxing).
SPN, sits on Camden Road, (you’ll notice the eye-catching branding) and has been designed with an industrial luxe interior kinda feel – it’s all exposed brick, polished concrete and original floorboards – pumping beats in the basement and bathed in natural sunlight for the floor classes. Basically this has already become the ‘go to’ space for a positive body and mind (or just hanging out with your mates if you’ve got the morning off work). Pert posterior, here we come!