Class Times

Summer Term 2019

Class Changes - Holidays I'm taking

I am hiking the coast of Normandy (part of!) next week so I'm afraid there will be no classes. That is, week beginning July 22nd.

The next one week break I am taking is in August, week beginning August 5th.

So, as I said to my class this morning, its on (for this week, July 15 - 19th); then off, then on for week beginning Monday 29th July; then off, then back on again - at least for Otterbourne class on Tuesday. I will check numbers interested for other classes - or we will return Autumn term in September.


10-11am Otterbourne Hill (Community Hub at BrendonCare Home), Otterbourne, Winchester, SO21 2FL. 

This class will be charged at the super low rate of £4 - including tea and coffee and free parking. Beautiful building and grounds. 


7.45pm Bishops Sutton Village Hall  


7.15 - 8.15pm Kings Somborne Village Hall. Finished for summer term. This class will resume either mid August or beginning of Autumn Term.


10 am at Itchen Abbas and Avington Millenium Hall

Autumn Term Dates:

Tuesdays: Sept 3 10 17 24, Oct 1 8 15 22 29, Nov 5 12 19 26 Dec 3 10 17

Wednesdays: Sept 4 11 18 25 Oct 2 9 16 23 30 Nov 6 13 20 27 Dec 4 11 with 18 as opt out

Thursdays: Sept 5 12 19 26 Oct 3 10 17 24 31 Nov 7 14 21 28 Dec 5 12 with 19 as opt out

Fridays: Sept 6, 13, 20, 27th Oct 4, 11, 18, 25 Nov 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 Dec 6, 13 and 20th as opt out week.

Payment System

Tuesdays -  Otterbourne operate different charging system, on Pay as You Go basis

Wednesdays -  Pay up Front @ £7 a class plus opt out; Pay as You Go @ £9 a night

Thursdays - Pay up Front @ £7 a class plus opt out; Pay As You Go rate currently £8 

Friday mornings - Pay up Front @ £8 plus opt out; Pay as You Go @ £10

Payment System

Payment by BACS is great - details as follows:

Bank Details

Account Name: S.R. Publishing Ltd

Account No. 12005115

Sort Code: 40 46 39

HSBC 58 High Street, Winchester Hants SO23 9BZ

Cash is fine too but no cheques please (bank charges 40p on these)

I would encourage those who can to sign up. Apart from saving the hassle of turning up with the right change each week, zumba is far more enjoyable (and a far better work out) once you are familiar with the music and the routines. I try and stress this to beginners but too often I think people leave thinking either 'Help! I can't master 14 plus routines .... ever!' Or with the sense that they haven't pushed themselves physically - which is difficult to do if you are watching/trying to follow someone else's choreography. The only way you will 'up the level of exertion' is by becoming familiar with the music and moves - and then you can go for it! Sounds obvious but I think it needs reinforcing - so that people appreciate the benefit of coming regularly and committing themselves.

Again, although I stress that everyone and anyone can do zumba - there is definitely no age, fitness, ability barrier - it is a lot more enjoyable when you become familiar with the music and the routines so I really would say - Come to as many as you can! Always pleased to see you!