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Classes and workshops | Adventures In Movement

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+44 (0) 20 3239 9244



+44 (0) 7515 385593



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The Adventures Studio

@ One Yoga London
15 Myddelton Road
N8 7PY

The Adventures Studio

By National Rail: Hornsey Station (7-minute walk)
By tube: Turnpike Lane Piccadilly Line (8-minute 144 bus journey to Myddelton Road stop or 11-minute walk)
By bus: 8-minute 144 bus journey to Myddelton Road stop from Turnpike Lane tube, 9-minute 144 bus journey to Myddelton Road stop from Muswell Hill Primary School stop, W3 from Finsbury Park to Nightingale Lane stop then short walk, W3 from Northumberland Park heading towards Finsbury Park to Middle Lane stop then short walk
By car: On-street parking close by. Check signage for restrictions

Join one of our Thursday evening HIIT & HISS or Mat Pilates classes.

Each class has a maximum of 4 clients to ensure you get plenty of individual guidance.


Thursdays 6:30–7:15pm | £15 drop in

Increase energy, boost metabolism, improve muscle tone and reduce body fat.

High-intensity interval training (HIIT) and High-intensity steady-state training (HISS) is a quick, fun way to improve aerobic and anaerobic fitness. The class start with 15-minute preparation focusing on technique then 20 minutes of HITT/HISS, closing with a 10-minute relaxation and recovery. 

Mat Pilates Class

Thursdays 7:30–8:30pm | £25 drop in

Develop strength and flexibility, improve posture, muscle tone, balance and joint mobility.

Pilates improves general fitness and wellbeing, emphasising core strength, concentration and breathing. The quality, control and flow of movement is at the heart of the practice. It can reduce your risk of injury and is also an excellent way of relieving stress and tension.

Our programmes are systematically developed following a simple three-step approach



Create space in your life to dedicate to practice. It is important to set time aside for yourself. Find space in mind and body to allow things to happen.



Learn common sense techniques. There will always be a reason why we ask you to do something. Focus on awareness and body sensing.



Keep it simple. New trends and ideas come and go, some work others don't. Keeping it simple to ensure a common sense approach.


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