Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need to book, or tell you that I'm coming to a class?
No. The beauty of Mr.J's is that you are free to do what YOU want, when YOU want to! If there's a class you like the look of, just come along and we'll tell you everything you need to know when you arrive.
How much do classes cost?
Classes are £4.
Step, TX3, ZUMBA and Stretch are 50 mins duration. Aerobics is 45-
Second class in the same day is £2.
Is there a minimum number of classes I'll have to do, like a course or block of classes?
No, you're under no obligation to continue with anything you don't want to. You have the freedom to come along and try a class, and do as much or as little as you want. Mr.J's is pay as you go -
What should I bring with me?
At Mr.J's everything is provided -
What should I wear?
Short answer is, what ever you are comfortable wearing! We always suggest wearing loose and comfortable clothing such as leggings, shorts, with T-
What if I've never been before -
Coming to an exercise class is like driving a car -
It's not always about fitness, it's about co-
How old do I need to be? Can I bring my children?
Mr.J's are adult only classes. Minimum age limit is 16, but the sky's the limit when it comes to maximum age! Anybody who wants to start getting active -
NOTE: For a variety of reasons we do not allow children in classes, either as participants or spectators.
What if I LOVE the classes and want to attend more than one class a day, is there any discount?
Yes, ask us about the Mr.J's Multiclass Card. Multiclass is a pre-
You won't pay for anything you don't do, unlike club memberships where you have to pay even if you don't attend. With the Mr.J's Multiclass card, days do not have to be used consecutively and each card is valid for a whole year! You simply get extra benefits for buying some sessions up front.
What if I have a medical condition, an injury, or have recently discovered I am pregnant?
Of course certain activities aren't going to suit everyone, and there will always be times when an exercise could aggravate an existing injury, or be unsuitable for people with certain medical conditions. Generally speaking, there a very few reasons for not exercising at all and we can easily adapt your workout to avoid aggravating any existing medical condition or injury. Pregnancy is a slightly trickier area as your workout will keep changing as your body goes through the different stages of pregnancy. However, unless you've been advised to avoid physical activity by your GP or midwife, there is no reason why you can't stay active right up to a time near to giving birth -