Deal of the day: pay what you like at FitMiBODY

FitMiBODY are launching quarterly community days, where you can pay what you like to attend a class. The next one, on June 2, is raising money for the Eaves’ Poppy Project, who work with women who have been trafficked to the UK.

So you can get fit AND help a worthy cause – what a way to wellbeing!

There will also be expert advice on healthy eating and beauty.  KIN Nutrition will be in to give you that post-class protein hit.
Kokomelt will be around to make sure you skin is naturally glowing with their artisan skin care products

To book your place, simply click on the link below:
6:15 am Total Body Strength with Lyanne
7 am Core & Hips with Lewis
7:45 am Legs & Shoulders with Lyanne
12 pm Intermediate Barbell Club (Women Only) with Linda
12:45 pm Core & Hips with Lewis
1:30 pm Legs & Shoulders with Lyanne
5:45 pm Core & Hips with Lyanne
6:45 pm Intermediate Barbell Club (women only) with Matt 
7:30 pm Legs & Shoulders with Matt

Owner and entrepreneur Matt Lo said: “We hope you are as excited as we are about starting this initiative making fitness more accessible and giving back to our community!”

 Fact file

The FitMiBODY movement was started as a community project in 2014 by Matt Lo (pictured)

Matt Lo, founder and CEO

Matt Lo, founder and CEO

, a fitness expert in Strength and Conditioning with a vision and belief; to make personal training more accessible by creating solutions that are structured, progressive and simple. Starting out with outdoor fitness classes around East London, he successfully crowdfunded the FitMiBODY movement in August 2015 raising over £75k in 21 days to have their own indoor FitMiBODY boutique studio in London.

Address: FitMiBODY
22-24 Corsham Street
London, N1 6DR

Check out the 2017 FitMiBODY Class Timetable here



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