Shenna has been involved in many facets of fitness for over 20 years, however her number one passion is Cycle!
She believes no matter what level of fitness you are, everyone can take part in and enjoy a cycle class. Music and motivation skills are what she believes are her strengths in helping everyone enjoy their experience on the bike and keep them coming back for more!
Between classes Shenna works in the real estate industry looking after peoples investment properties, and down time is spent with her two fur babies, friends and the garden.
The sweat underneath you defines this journey on the long road to nowhere. The destination though is worthwhile, stay the course and realise some impressive fitness gains.
If this class wasn't so damn addictive and effective we'd probably ban it because we're torn between loving it and hating it. Either way the end result is rapid improvement.
Yes your legs will be shaky and your heart will be thumping in your chest but the sense of achievement is priceless.
Find your balance as you take on one of Shenna's infamous cycle & core sessions. Raise a sweat then find your inner core control, strength and agility as you take it to the mat.
The longest of a series of cycle & core workouts this one takes some preparation #1 & #2 for instance.
We're not going to say it's all fun but an adventure definitely this workout hits the sweet spot between challenging and exhilarating.
A strong core makes for a healthy spine. Join Shenna for a short core blast & give your spine some love.
Balance, posture and strength all done at a pace designed for everyone to keep up. Control is the key principle to effective training, so how much control do you have?
To find strength and fitness improvements in 1 session is a balancing act. Find out how to juggle the two and feel the buzz from getting both systems running in unison.
As diverse and fun as anything you've ever tried this workout brings strength and balance to the lower and upper half of every body.
As the name suggests, there's no down time during this workout, but the ever changing position breaks things up just enough to get through it in one piece.