'Luxury rowing studio' Engine Room to open in a converted church
Leisure Opportunities
Job search
Job Search
see all jobs
Latest job opportunities
Hertfordshire Sports Village
£18,423 plus Performance Related Bonus
Hertfordshire Sports Village
The Eye Brand
Competitive
Sydney Tower Eye
truGym
Competitive Salary and Benefits
Luton
star job
Weston Park
Competitive
Shifnal, Shropshire, UK
Xercise4Less
Realistic OTE of £30,000
Nationwide, United Kingdom

'Luxury rowing studio' Engine Room to open in a converted church

Job opportunities
training opportunity
Focus Training
location: Nationwide, United Kingdom
more jobs
We aim to provide personal, tailored coaching to enable each attendee to achieve their goals and better their performance

A boutique indoor rowing and personal training studio – described as the first of its kind in the UK – will open in a Grade II-listed, converted church in the affluent Marylebone area of London this month.

The Engine Room will feature Technogym's new Skillrow rowers and will have a focus on providing technique-driven indoor rowing sessions in a luxury setting.

All guests will be required to undertake a ‘Rowing 101’ induction prior to their participation in any class offering.

According to founder and owner Chris Heron, the inductions will enhance the consumer experience, ensuring every member is made aware of rowing techniques and the "benefits the class will offer them in return".

The Engine Room will also offer body fat testing and display a range of metrics during the class to motivate members and to provide them with accurate and data-backed results.

Heron – a fitness industry veteran who qualified as a fitness instructor in 1997 and has worked as a personal trainer and coach – has partnered with British rower and Olympic gold medalist, Matthew Tarrant, who will be leading several classes.

Tarrant will also offer advice and guidance on rowing technique and has assisted in the development of two distinct classes: Beats and Breathe.

Beats offers "heart thumping tunes and flashing lights" while Breathe will allow guests to improve their technique and fitness, alongside professionals and experts.

The space has been designed by Bergman Interiors – recent winners of the 2018 FRAME award for the Best Health Club of the Year for their work with BXR.

The Engine Room is hoping to tap into the growing consumer interest in indoor rowing.

"The Engine Room will bring together the unparalleled combination of proven science, world class delivery and leading technology," said Heron.

"We aim to provide personal, tailored coaching to enable each attendee to achieve their goals and better their performance.

"Our trainer portfolio will ensure every member will know what to expect from the class they attend."

Sign up for FREE ezines & magazines
A boutique indoor rowing and personal training studio – described as the first of its kind in the UK – will open in a Grade II-listed, converted church in the affluent Marylebone area of London this month.
SAR,HAF,FIT,IND,PTS,PHR
THUMB28770_212755.jpg

More News

1 - 15 of 38,858
23 Jul 2019
The government will promote physical activity as part of a range of measures to tackle the causes of preventable ill-health. A green paper published on ... More
23 Jul 2019
The Global Wellness Summit has announced that Frederick Chavalit (Fred) Tsao will keynote at the 13th annual Summit being held 15-17 October in Hong Kong. ... More
23 Jul 2019
A new wellness concept is set to open in the Nine Elms neighbourhood of Battersea, London. Called Linneæn, the health, beauty and lifestyle store will ... More
23 Jul 2019
Having made a commitment to net zero carbon emissions by 2050, the UK government has now launched an inquiry into the impacts of tourism and ... More
23 Jul 2019
Boston University School of Public Health (BUSPH) has combined social media posts and machine learning to chart entire populations' exercise habits. BUSPH researchers combed through ... More
23 Jul 2019
Proposals for the new Woking Community Stadium have gone on public display. Local residents have been asked for their opinions on the plans, which would ... More
Focus Training
Focus Training
22 Jul 2019
Adam Koszary, the man behind the Museum of English Rural Life's (MERL) social media channels, has urged other museums to experiment with their platforms if ... More
22 Jul 2019
A new interactive map charting physical activity among children in England reveals that more than 90 per cent of young people in some regions are ... More
22 Jul 2019
Patients from low-income backgrounds should be prescribed fitness trackers on the NHS, in order to help prevent the development of long-term health conditions. A report ... More
19 Jul 2019
Urgently-needed repair work has begun on the Grade II listed Power Hall at Manchester's Science and Industry Museum, following an injection of funding from the ... More
19 Jul 2019
The Global Wellness Institute (GWI) has announced a new initiative to explore opportunities wellness is creating in retail. Members of the newly formed Initiative will ... More
19 Jul 2019
The Horniman Museum and Gardens in London is seeking feedback on concept plans produced by Studio Egret West that are designed to make the museum ... More
Nautilus
Nautilus
19 Jul 2019
The Green Spa Network has elected to new board members to its team: Teresa Flyger, director, global brand wellness at Hilton Worldwide and Sallie Fraenkel, ... More
19 Jul 2019
Three out of the six projects on this year's Stirling Prize shortlist are leisure-related, underlining the sector's reputation for producing innovative architecture. The Macallan Distillery ... More
19 Jul 2019
The Prime Minister’s head of news and official spokesperson for Number 10, Alison Donnelly, will join Sport England later this year. Donnelly has been appointed ... More
STA
STA
1 - 15 of 38,858
STA-Swimming Teachers Association
STA-Swimming Teachers Association