FAQs

Your initial session is a free trial one. We hope you enjoy it.

The sessions are so successful partly due to the interaction with other members. 

By getting to know other members of the group you avail yourself of greater support. 

It is possible to change groups if necessary.  Always check with your trainer if you need to attend on another day - we have a safe limit of attendees which we won't breach.

Here's a link to the membership payment options:- http://ecg.fitness/pay

What you should wear:- 

  • loose comfortable clothes (for example jogging bottoms and a t-shirt)

  • well fitting, flat, rubber-soled shoes (for example trainers)

  • Jeans should not be worn. Changing facilities are available should you require them.
    Cold water is available although you are welcome to bring your own.

A few dos and don’ts to ensure your safety during the sessions!

  • Exercise only when you feel well. If you are unwell with virus, cold, tummy bug or if you are taking antibiotics please do not attend the session. We recommend that you wait at least 2 days after the symptoms have disappeared before starting any type of physical activity.

  • Bring your GTN spray/tablets (if you have been given them)

  • Bring your inhaler (if you are asthmatic)

  • Please tell your instructor if you have forgotten to take your medications

  • Please do not carry items in your pockets when you are exercising

  • Please do not chew gum during the exercise/yoga session.

  • Please switch off your mobile phone.

  • Please make sure you eat before exercising but nothing heavy for two hours before the exercise session!

  • Please tell the instructor of any changes to your medication or dosages. There is the opportunity to have your blood pressure and pulse recorded before and after each session. It is at the discretion of the instructor if you are fit enough to continue with the session.

  • If you have diabetes: 

    • If you are taking any medication for diabetes (tablets or insulin) it is important to make sure you have eaten before exercising. You are at more risk of having low blood sugar levels during or after exercise.

    • Please check your blood sugar before starting to exercise.,

    • Please bring a snack or sugary drink with you in case your blood sugar level is
      low during the session.

    • Please tell the instructor if you have had any recent hypoglycemic (low blood sugar) episodes.
      If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to discuss these with the instructor.