Wednesday 2nd June 2021
Castle Royle invests in group exercise facilities as demand for holistic classes soars
The Berkshire-based Golf & Country Club is on track to develop a dedicated holistic space and Group Cycle studio, transforming its group exercise facilities as offerings such as Yoga and Pilates peak in popularity.
The new space will significantly increase class capacities, enabling more members to book the classes they love. Group exercise continues to grow in popularity at the club, which runs a diverse timetable of over 150 classes per week.
General Manager at Castle Royle Mark Allden commented; “We’re delighted to announce our plans to create a dedicated holistic space along with an all-new Group Cycle studio.
Both facilities will significantly improve both the environment and the capacity for these high demand classes. We’re confident we’ll be able to satisfy every preference and deliver a product that delights our audience."
The works are set to commence towards the end of June with a launch date towards the end of July. Members at the club also enjoy use of a 20-metre pool with adjoining spa pool, sauna and steam room, as well as access to Aura Spa treatments and an 18-hole golf course set within 180 acres of scenic parkland.
About The Club Company
Majority-owned by Epiris LLP, The Club Company operates 15 country clubs, the majority of which are located in central and southern England. The clubs offer a range of facilities to their members, including championship standard golf courses, premium health and fitness facilities, swimming pools, tennis courts, bars, restaurants and accommodation.