Classes to keep you warm, relaxed and social throughout winter

Ed

If you’ve always wanted to run away to the circus and unleash your inner acrobat then this one’s for you. Circus WA at Old Customs House offers aerial conditioning classes for adults. Picture yourself swinging from coils of silk, swaying on trapezes and balancing along tightropes. You’ll be looking good in that new swimsuit in summer by the end of this class.

Learn to Jitterbug! Did you know there are two swing dance schools in Fremantle? Hard to believe but it shows you that swing (also known as the Jitterbug or Lindy hop) is hitting the world by storm. We tried out the Monday evening drop in class at North Fremantle Bowling Club run by Swing It Swing Dance School. Beginners really are welcome and you don’t need to have a dance partner to join the class, just turn up and be ready to get hot, sweaty and laugh–a lot! You can also check out Perth Swing Dance Academy on Thursday nights at the Fremantle Bowling Club. 

Fremantle is a foodie haven and many cafe's and restaurants offer workshops and classes to share secrets behind their signature dishes. Check May Street Larder, The Raw Kitchen and Moore & Moore

May Street Larder

Moving to something to reenergise your spirit we headed to the Fremantle Fibonacci Centre, a cultural powerhouse in Blinco Street, to loosen-up with a Spanda Yoga class. Roll out the yoga mat, enter a series of guided asanas and feel your limbs relax and your mind unwind. Once the workout is complete, head to the Blinco Street Café located on site and receive a 10% yoga students’ discount on an invigorating smoothie or a creamy chai latte.

Blinco Street Cafe

Find details on these classes and plenty more ideas to inspire you at fremantlestory.com.au, just search workshops and classes, book in and turn up.

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