Boogie Bounce is back in town
Fitness fans will be delighted to know that Boogie Bounce is back in Amble. The madly popular trampoline-based fitness class has returned after a Covid lockdown pause, and is now in much bigger surroundings.
Director Leanne Sales explained that the small venue they used to occupy in Amble had proved too difficult to make work with Covid restrictions. Instead, she looked for a bigger space, and found a unit on Amble’s Industrial Estate.
The popularity of Boogie Bounce is phenomenal. The brand is now popular all over the world and they licence specialist instructors in 13 areas. Leanne started leading her first class back in 2017 in what was then Coquet High School.
She told The Ambler, “I started in Amble while I was a manager for BT. I was really into fitness, so I gave myself a choice: BT in an office all day, or bounce on a trampoline!”
Leanne now runs 11 Boogie Bounce venues in total. Her empire stretches from Alnwick to Whitburn.
The new unit will have classes every week night (except Tuesdays) and on Saturday mornings, and they are looking to put on a kids’ class during the summer holidays. During lockdown, Leanne loaned trampolines to people exercising at home, and she says she intends to carry on running home classes.
“I also offer LBB Nutrition and Healthy Meals, to help people keep happy healthy and motivated,” said Leanne.
The new venue is able to offer a small room to entertain children while parents are taking a class, and they will be opening a semi-private gym, and offering Les Mills On Demand programme (workout classes). Classes are open to men and women, and newbies are very welcome. The fitness studio is based at Unit 7 Amble Industrial Estate (just a couple of doors away from Brewis Beer’s tap room).