Fitsteps sutton coldfield


Fitness that’s “Strictly” fun

Fitsteps is a dance exercise class started by two Strictly Come Dancing stars, Natalie Lowe and Ian Waite. This is a fun class, which uses latin and ballroom moves to improve fitness, posture and overall toning.

There are various dance styles in class, including the jive, quickstep, tango and rumba to name a few. The music in this class is so diverse, using contemporary chart hits and also music from various decades, which makes this class enjoyable for all tastes. If you like the flair and sparkle from Strictly Come Dancing then you will love this Fitsteps class.

Routines are easy to follow and lots of fun too! Dancing has been scientifically proven to help reduce the ageing process, strengthen muscles and balance. Not only that, but dancing has been proven to improve memory and brain function as you are learning new steps and routines and multi tasking. Brand new to Fitsteps is FAB ( for all bodies). These are ‘brand new’ lower impact dances, but still great for toning and keep your mind very active. I do add some of these to my normal Fitsteps class from time to time to ensure there is something to suit everyone in class. I was very proud to be a finalist for the Fitsteps Community Instructor Award in 2017 and again in 2018!

Fitsteps is on every Thursday at 6.30pm at Fairfax School in Sutt0n Coldfield.  You will need to book in advance.

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Hi Bev, just to say absolutely loved Fitsteps last night, my first time. Another brilliant class to come to with no pressure or competition. My well-being has been so much better since I started coming to your classes, thank you so much!

Bev Dabbs is my instructor in Sutton Coldfield. Bev’s enthusiasm is infectious, I haven’t exercised regularly for years but I’ve been at FitSteps since the beginning of the year..”
“Another great class delivered by Bev, with great moves shadowing all the well known ballroom and latin dances .. rumba, samba, paso doble to name but a few..”