Bow­house Fit­ness and Well­be­ing Jan­uary 19, Bal­caskie Es­tate, Easter Kel­lie Farm, Arn­croach, Fife

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Since it opened in 2017, Bow­house in St Mo­nans, Anstruther has been host­ing pop­u­lar food week­ends which aim to pro­mote lo­cally-grown sea­sonal pro­duce and in­de­pen­dent food pro­duc­ers.

This Satur­day the Fife hub hosts its first fit­ness and well­be­ing event with more than 10 dif­fer­ent fit­ness classes to try, food demon­stra­tions and street food stalls from lo­cal busi­nesses such as Milly’s Kitchen from Cu­par.

Fit­ness classes in­clude St An­drews Hot House Yoga, Ae­rial Pi­lates, Hat­ton Box­ing, Metafit, Zumba, Pi­lates, Spin­ning and Cross­fit classes as well as a demon­stra­tion from Func­tional Fit­ness St An­drews.

Vis­i­tors will be able to build their own timetable of classes from the line-up to make their own ex­er­cise plan, or sim­ply try out meth­ods and tech­niques they may have heard of but aren’t sure will suit them.

Ae­rial Pi­lates, for the unini­ti­ated, in­volves sus­pend­ing parts of the body just over the ground in a ham­mock, while prac­ti­tion­ers of Hot House Yoga claim ben­e­fits such as aid­ing detox­i­fi­ca­tion, re­duc­ing stress and help­ing with sleep.

Tick­ets cost £15 and are avail­able ei­ther from Eventbrite or on the door.

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