If you wanna switch up your workout routine with a new class that’ll have you sweating as well as actually enjoying yourself, POPfit is the one.

Trained as a professional dancer at the Royal Ballet School, Steph then trained in the Lagree Fitness Method in New York and in Pilates in London, all the while traveling with her musician husband and being inspired by the dynamic boutique fitness scene in the US.

POPfit combines pilates, plyometrics, yoga, and dance into routines set to loud pop music – Beyonce’s ab circuit anyone?

There are three POPfit classes on offer at their London Fields studio; Popfit Signature (cardio, strength, and stretching), POPfit Core (low impact body conditioning) and POPfit PlyoJam (high-energy dance cardio).

After taking some time out to have her second child, Steph had a yearning to create a fitness concept of her own: something that combined her background in dance, pilates and fitness, with the liberating power of music at its core.

Alongside friend and fellow dancer/Pilates extraordinaire Antonette Dayrit, Steph developed the POPfit method in 2017.

Credits: wearepopfit.com

Their focus creating those big, expansive movements which the body loves, and making sure it gets results and is a truly joyful practice… from start to finish and beyond, and no matter your body type, age or experience.

“POPfit is a lifetime passion for me. I noticed how so many women are scared to workout, often they feel intimidated and conscious of body image, and I want to change that. POPfit is for everyone, at every level of fitness. I’ve crafted the workout so it’s easy-to-follow, equipment-free and gets you sweating whilst connecting with your body. I love it, and I hope you do too!”

POPfit teamed with Kate Hudson to bring her kickass activewear brand FABLETICS to London Fields, in the brand new Monohaus development.