Fitness and Sports

Bass Rock Walkers (by Lesley Clarke)

Click on the titles below to see details of a variety of fitness classes and sports.
Those listed first are held in Dirleton, and others are held nearby.

These classes are run by Jan Cameron, a fully insured and trained Yoga teacher.
The Dirleton Class on Monday evenings from 6.30 - 8 for Autumn 2016 is already fully subscribed, but Jan also holds three classes in Tyningham Village Hall on Wednesday.s, at 9.30am, 11.15am and 6.30pm which have spaces.
Classes are mixed ability from beginners to the more experienced, but with a progressive emphasis on starting gently and building up.
Because of the popularity of these classes, it is essential to check the availability of classes by phoning Jan, when you can also discuss your requirements.

Contact Jan Cameron preferably by phone 01620 890 057 or mobile 0777 850 6224
 

Update for Autumn 2016.
The Callanetics class held in the Kirk Hall on Tuesdays from 7-8pm is full and has a waiting list.
Lucy White who takes the class will be considering the possibility of other classes, possibly in Dirleton.
The Callanetics Exercise Programme is aimed at all ages and body types, to create a visible difference in toning and shape in just hours by a series of exercises involving repetition of small muscular movements.

Email: lucywhite91@icloud.com

Maureen Evans has a studio at Opera Close, 22c Court Street, Haddington EH41 3JA offering Pilates Equipment with Reformer, Cadillac Ladder, Barrel and Pilates Chair and therapists offering Therapeutic Massage and Cranio-Sacral Therapy.
website: www.completemovement.co.uk
phone: 01620 248 861
email: maureen@completemovement.co.uk
 

A club of about 30-40 bowlers who play regularly and have tournaments
Dirleton Bowling Club website
email dirletonbowlingclub@hotmail.co.uk
 

Outdoor Fitness Classes held by Vharri McMinn on Thursday mornings from 9.15 - 10.15
These are held in all weathers - by the pond if fine, or under the cycle sheds if not.

The cost is £35 for 8 sessions if prepaid, or £5 for a single pay-as-you-go session.

Contact Vharri initially to confirm
phone: 07971 606 131
facebook: Vharri McMinn

6D Hall Crescent, Gullane EH31 2HA
website: www.gullanegym.com
phone: 01620 843 945
email: info@gullanegym.com
open: Monday - Thursday 7.30am to 10pm, Friday 7.30am to 9pm, Saturday and Sunday 7.30am to 4pm
Exercise machines, weights, sauna and treatment room
Wide range of classes and fitness programmes
Flexible membership scheme
Day passes available
 

Grange Road, North Berwick EH39 4QS
website: www.enjoyleisure.com
phone: 01620 820 730
email: northberwicksports@enjoyleisure.com
Large range of indoor sporting facilities
Swimming pool, squash courts, children’s trampolines, fitness classes, coached activity sessions, indoor bowling league
Café
 

ArcherfieldDirleton, North Berwick EH39 4QS
website: www.archerfieldhouse.com/spa/
phone: 01620 897 580
email: spareservations@archerfieldhouse.com
 

Fish for brown trout, sea trout and salmon in the tranquil surroundings of East Lothian.
Their website has details about reporting river pollution and other issues.
 

photo by Lesley Clarke

Golfers are definitely well catered for along East Lothian's Golf Coast with its magnificent views across the Firth of Forth.
Dirleton is just down the road from iconic Muirfield and the three courses at Gullane. The Archerfield Estate has two private courses - Dirleton Links and Fidra Links.

Click on the links below for more information:
www.golfeastlothian.com
Visit East Lothian
The Renaissance Club at Archerfield
Dirleton and Fidra Links

East Lothian is a popular area for cyclists, being mostly flat but with great coastal and countryside views and a wealth of minor roads to explore.
Visit East Lothian has comprehensive details of cycling opportunities, organisations and facilites with six detailed cycling maps to download.
The Dirleton area is featured in the Section 2 map - click here for the map.
 

Photo by Lesley Clarke

Horse riding is popular in East Lothian with opportunities for riding on some of the magnificent beaches, of which Seacliff stands out with its views of the Bass Rock and Tantallon Castle.
Visit East Lothian has more information on its website: http://www.visiteastlothian.org/activities-horseriding.asp

 

Muirfield Riding Therapy are a volunteer-led Centre, providing pioneering, life-changing equine therapy.

Their services are free, they make it a fun experience for all involved, and provide an opportunity to make new memories.

Based in East Lothian, they're a member group of RDA UK. In 2019 they celebrated 30 years of service to the community. 2020 was the 10th anniversary of their partnership with NHS Lothian, The Children's Therapeutic Riding Service.
Please visit their website: https://www.muirfieldridingtherapy.org.uk/