1. Ice Hockey


    A six-a-side game on ice that involves trying to get the puck in your opponents net using your stick.

  2. Ice Skating


    Ice skating involves dancing or racing on ice.

  3. Inclusive Zone Basketball


    Inclusive Zone Basketball is an exciting introduction to wheelchair and running basketball that enables players with different abilities (for example, disabled and non-disabled players) to play together in the same team. This is achieved by dividing the traditional basketball court into zones

  4. Indoor Bowls


    Bowls which takes place indoors.

  5. Indoor Cycling


    Indoor Cycling can takes place on indoors on a stationary bike.

  6. Indoor Rowing


    Indoor Rowing is a sport performed on a rowing machine that has traditionally been used to simulate the action of watercraft rowing for the purpose of exercise or rowing training.

  7. Indoor Volleyball


    Volleyball is an indoor non-contact team sport in which two teams have three hits to pass a ball over a dividing net.

  8. Insanity


    Insanity uses MAX Interval Training to force the body to work for longer periods of time at a higher capacity than traditional workouts.

  9. Interval Training


    Interval training is a type of training exercise that involves a series of high-intensity workouts interspersed with rest or relief periods.

  10. Irish Dancing


    Irish dancing is traditional Gaelic or Celtic dance forms and can be performed as a solo or in groups of up to twenty or more trained dancers. It is performed traditionally with intricate foot work and is most known for the dancers performing with a stiff upper body.

  11. Iyengar Yoga


    Iyengar Yoga is a form of yoga as exercise with a focus on the structural alignment of the physical body through the practice of asanas. Iyengar yoga encourages the use of props to assist students within an asana without putting them at risk of injury