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Pole fitness, dance and aerial hoop and more at aerial and fitness studio

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Wild Workouts, previously located in Swinton, had been opened by Rachel Wildman, 39, the founder and Scotia Ferguson, 25, one of the company directors.

The new studio is located in units 3a and 3b Spa Road, a five minute walk from Bolton town centre.

And since opening Scotia, from Little Hulton, said it has had a great response from the community.

She said: “We have decided to move to Bolton because we outgrew our previous studio, we had a lovely studio in Swinton, and we had more interest than we could fit into a little room. “After searching for a while we saw the Bolton one in the centre, and we thought it would be perfect because it is a great location and Bolton town centre is a good place to move a business to.

The Bolton News: Wild Workouts Rachel Wildman and Scortia FergusonWild Workouts Rachel Wildman and Scortia Ferguson (Image: Scortia Ferguson)“Myself and Rachel spent two months renovating the new place by ourselves and we are both really proud of the results.

“The response has been lovely, we have had a lot of people enquire and a lot of our old students from Swinton have followed us too which is even more amazing.

“And now we are trying to get the word out about us more to the people of Bolton.

“Many people have been enquiring online, that’s where they get in touch with us mostly.”

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Scotia said herself and Rachel think Bolton is a great place to open a small business.

She said: “I think it is great that we have opened in Bolton, I quite like Bolton it is a nice area and I have always been a fan of the night life too.

“In terms of the business I have seen that Bolton Council are very supportive of smaller businesses and we thought it would be a really nice place and it is so far, I am really enjoying it.”

The Bolton News: Inside Wild WorkoutsInside Wild Workouts (Image: Scortia Ferguson)The studio will be providing classes such as aerial hoop, aerial silks, pole fitness, dance, yoga, HIIT sessions, kids and teen classes and more.

Scotia said: “All levels of ability are welcome, with Wild Workouts you will not only build up your fitness, but also your confidence with our trained instructors, they pride themselves on providing a warm welcome and a friendly atmosphere.

“Leave your day to day stresses behind and surround yourself with like-minded people where you’re encouraged, supported and free to express yourself and get fit doing it. This spacious studio is for everyone.”

First class drop in sessions are priced at £10 and then after it is membership only, so there are three memberships including bronze, silver and gold.

There are also fitness memberships and fitness and aerial memberships too.

Opening times are around 6am to 9pm – but this varies in terms of the classes on so people are advised to check the timetable beforehand.

For more information, go to:  https://www.wildworkouts.co.uk/


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