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January is thankfully behind us and daylight hours feel a teensy bit longer, with February comes hope of that all important roadmap back to normality.

But what about YOUR “Personal Roadmap”, what’s that looking like?

Are you really looking after yourself and what self care tools do you access to enable you to feel the very best you can?

Looking after yourself has never been more important than right now, self care is simply about taking time to do something for YOU, something that nourishes you physically and mentally, it’s NOT about feeling self-indulgent, it’s about doing what’s necessary to ensure you don’t just FUNCTION but FLORISH.

How can we help you FLOURISH?

We all know exercise is one of the BEST tools to feeling great physically and mentally, but, if you've yet to get started, or like many have seen your great new intentions fall by the wayside or perhaps you're just in need of some guidance then read on.

PT // 15% off NEW CLIENTS

With access to the studio still on hold that does not mean you have to sacrifice results.

"At age 56, I never thought I would find a parking spot so inspiring until I met the team at Transition Zone during full lockdown. Thanks to Adam, a result driven training program...most inspiring!!" Bobby Batman

Outdoor training is a really great option especially when you can utilise our space at the front of the studio, it's literally an extension to the studio meaning we have easy access to all of the equipment including one of our favourites... the airbike. We can also travel to local parks.

You can choose from:

  • Body stats analysis
  • DNA and genetic testing (with the help of science, we can access your personal DNA blueprint)
  • Results driven periodised training plan
  • Nutrition support and bespoke plan


Osteopathy and Massage therapy // 15% OFF

A body that moves and functions well is a body that performs well. If you're suffering from neck, back, shoulder pain, or just feel you need a deep tissue massage, we're open and operate within all of the necessary Covid-19 safety guidelines.


On line Group Sessions

SHIFTZ // Movement, Mindset, Coaching & Community.

We start with a consultation, together we discuss your goals, diet, nutrition and lifestyle habits. Your personal Coach will then help devise a well rounded wellness plan; with the aim to help SHIFTZ your MINDSET and FOCUS on the future.

This is all about Support, Accountability, Community and Results.

  • Personal Coach & Consultation
  • Goals setting
  • Daily livestream
  • Daily set challenges
  • ONDEMAND Zone access
  • Nutrition support & recipes
  • Weekly check-in

Option to add on Personal Training/ Programme planning as extra.


LIVESTREAM classes //
30 & 45 mins

If you're keen to stay connected to the team and wider TZ community this is as close as it gets to being at the studio, choose from up to 20 classes per week.

45 mins: Body Weight Con/HIT, TRX, Mobility, Strength Circuit, BoxCon, Youth Squad (12-16yrs)

30mins: Lower Body & Abs, Upper Body & Abs, HIT

If you'd like access to ON DEMAND and LIVESTREAM workouts you can opt for VIRTUAL ZONE £99 that's up to 40 workouts per week.

Dates for your diary //

14th FEB Valentine's Day - 10.15am-11.30am we're spreading the TZ love across two workouts designed especially to celebrate Valentine's Day.

  • Claire will kick off with a short Mobility session to help get your body primed and ready for Harriet's Strength session, all you need to do is decide who to invite.
  • Invite a friend (partner or neighbour) on us, all we need is the second person's email address.


Heart.png   Stuck for ideas during lockdown Valentine's Day.  Heart.png  

If you're a little lost for ideas, here's a few to get you in the good books ... lockdown should not mean you miss out on love!

Flipping marvellous // Pancake Day 16th Feb


Flax, banana and oats pancakes

A high fibre breakfast option that happens to be vegan too. Uses oats as flour.

  • 1 banana
  • 100g oats
  • 2 tbsp ground flax
  • 1 tsp baking powder
  • 50g pecan nuts
  • 180-200ml plant milk
  • A dash of cinnamon and/or nutmeg

Toppings -

  • fresh fruit
  • coconut yoghurt
  • a light drizzle of sweet freedom gingerbread sauce.

Blitz the oats, flax and pecans in a Nutribullet to a fine-ish flour consistency. In a separate bowl, mash a banana and then add in the oats, pecans and flax mixture, together with the baking powder. Gradually pour in the milk, stirring constantly, to make a thick batter. Heat a small amount of coconut oil in a frying pan and, when hot, spoon in small amounts of batter and flatten/shape them. When the bottom of the pancake is light brown (lift it and check), flip it over and do the same on the other side.

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Oats Uttapam

Uttapam are a very common savoury breakfast in South India and are mostly eaten with a chutney or sambar (lentils).

  • 2 cups oats
  • 2 tbsp gram flour
  • 1/2 cup yoghurt
  • salt to taste

Toppings -

  • 1 green pepper finely chopped
  • 1 onion finely chopped
  • 1 medium tomato finely chopped
  • 1-2 fine green chillies chopped

For the chutney -

  • 1/2 cup yoghurt
  • 3 tbsp fresh lemon juice
  • 1 bunch coriander leaves and stems
  • 1 cup mint leaves
  • 1 chilli
  • 1 garlic clove
  • 2 tsp sliced ginger
  • Salt to taste
  • 1/4 tsp palm sugar or honey or any sugar substitute

Blitz oats to a coarse powder and transfer to a bowl. Add the gram flour, yoghurt, salt and water to bring it to a slightly thick batter consistency (pancake style rather than crepes).
Heat pan with oil of choice, for each uttapam, spread a ladleful of the batter on your pan, sprinkle toppings. Once the bottom of the uttapam is golden flip, do the same on the other side. Blitz the chutney ingredients, adding as much water as required for desired consistency. Serve the uttapam with chutney.

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Half Term // YOUTH SQUAD

If you'd like to get your teenagers active this half term, we're hoping to add more livestream sessions to the timetable. 



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We hope February brings good news, renewed hope and plenty of flourishing.