TRX Training

What is it?

Developed by the US Navy SEALs, TRX Suspension training is a form of exercises which uses your bodyweight to develop strength, balance, flexibility and core stability simultaneously. Suspension training develops physical strength while using functional movements and dynamic positions.

The TRX Suspension Trainer is a very simple piece of exercise equipment. It consists of two adjustable length straps of seatbelt like material, hung from the ceiling and with handle on the ends.

These non-stretchy straps allow the user to adjust their bodyweight in relationship to gravity to work the entire body and because of this the workout can be as gentle or as intense as the individual wants. Once you’re familiar with the concept you perform the movements and adjust your body angle to achieve the desired level of challenge.

Each class is split into four 10 minute rounds of exercise with a cardiovascular element separating each round. A thorough warm up and cool down are also included.

Who is it for?

Due to the nature of the equipment, anyone can theoretically join the class as you can make each exercise as hard or as easy as you like.

TRX is available to people of all ages although we prefer to see under 16s on a 1:1 basis rather than a group class. Furthermore, the classes can be intense and will certainly get you sweating, so if you have any long standing or serious medical conditions you should consider a 1:1 session first. If you are unsure of your ability, a 30 minute 1:1 session to familiarise yourself with the equipment and understand how to adjust each move appropriately would be strongly recommended.

We have recently introduced a Beginners TRX class for those who are new to the technique, and would like a more gentle start.

What to expect

At the Courtyard we are committed to offering you the very best TRX programme delivered by instructors who are fully trained Chartered Physiotherapists. This provides a unique opportunity for you in that your instructor will use physiotherapy skills of assessment and rehabilitation to specifically tailor exercises and routines to work on areas of weakness.

We offer a free taster session for anyone who would like to try it out. All you need to do is turn up and give it a go!



Times & Availability


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Our 2019 TRX Term Dates

Take a look at our term dates for 2019 below.

Term One

Monday 7th January – Saturday 16th February

6 weeks

Payment Date: Friday 14th December 2018

Term Two

Monday 25th February – Saturday 6th April

6 weeks

Payment Date: Friday 15th February

Term Three

Tuesday 23rd April – Saturday 25th May

5 weeks

Monday classes 4 weeks, BH 22nd April

Payment Date: Friday 5th April

Term Four

Monday 3rd June – Saturday 20th July 

7 weeks

Payment Date: Friday 24th May

Summer Term Schedule

Monday 22nd July – Saturday 31st August

Payment Date: At time of booking

Term Five

Monday 2nd September – Saturday 26th October 

8 weeks

Payment Date: Friday 19th July

Term Six

Monday 4th November – Saturday 21st December 

7 weeks

Payment Date: Friday 25th October

Meet the instructors

Ray Fielding

Ray Fielding

Physiotherapist and TRX Instructor

I strongly believe that an individual’s quality of life is intrinsically linked to physical and mental activity. For treatment to be its most effective there must be a relationship of trust and understanding. I try to ensure that the treatment I provide is as informative and fun as I can make it.

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Making that first appointment is the most important part. If you’re not quite sure what you need don’t worry, give us a call or send an email. Our job is to help you find the best way forward with the most appropriate treatment plan or class for you.