1. Majorettes


    Majorette dancers mix multiple styles of dancing, including jazz, hip-hop, ballet, burlesque-style, cabaret, kick lines and more, to entertain audiences while simultaneously honouring the homage of dancers before them.

  2. Mambo


    The Mambo is one of the most vivacious of all the Latin dancing styles. It is characterised by strong hip movements, rhythmical body actions, quick footwork and unique arm wraps and turns.

  3. Marathon Canoe


    Canoe marathon is a paddling sport in which athletes paddle a kayak (double-bladed paddle) or canoe (single-bladed paddle) over a long distance

  4. Martial Arts


    These are various sports, which originated chiefly in Japan, Korea, and China as forms of self-defence or attack, such as judo, karate, and kendo.

  5. Martial Arts Fitness


    Martial arts workouts will benefit explosive strength and muscular endurance, which is required to keep battling in the late rounds of a fight. There is also a more pronounced focus on cardiovascular conditioning, agility and speed, because one must be able to react quickly and keep an opponent at bay.

  6. Mash It Up


    Mash It Up Fitness uses dancing as a way to make you come alive and stay lean. It’s a new era of dance, bringing authentic Jamaican Dancehall and fitness routines together to create a low impact but high energy workout that will keep you charged and glowing.

  7. Medau


    The Medau method is intended to challenge both the mind and the body, with benefits including improved cardiovascular performance, better core strength, overall wellness, better posture and alignment, movement, improved coordination and more.

  8. Medau Movement


    Medau, is a type of rhythmic movement training which is formed from music, sport and gymnastics. Each class incorporates music and organic movements to engage the mind and allow each person to take greater control over the body and their thoughts.

  9. Medicine Ball


    A class using a Swiss ball to work on core strengthening, including the abdominal muscles which help to improve your balance.

  10. Meditation


    Meditation is defined as a mind and body practice focused on interactions between the brain, mind, body, and behavior, containing four key elements: a quiet location with little distractions, a comfortable posture, a focus of attention, and an open attitude

  11. Melbourne Shuffle


    A style of dancing in the rave scene, with fast-paced steps and heel-and-toe movements, T-steps, the running man, etc.

  12. Merengue


    The Merengue is a vibrant Latin dance that is extremely popular in the United States and throughout the world. The Merengue is a fantastic dance for new dancers because it is very easy to learn! The Merengue is danced with “walking steps” with a step taken on each beat of music. While dancers typically use hip motions with this dance, the amount of hip movement varies with personal preference

  13. Metafit


    Metafit training is a 30-minute, bodyweight-only, high-intensity interval training (HIIT) workout

  14. MetaPWR


    MetaPWR is a power circuit class using functional kit and exercises to work muscles and boost metabolism.

  15. Methodology X


    MX is a workout that challenges boundaries in both the mental and physical space. The program leads you into becoming a well-toned, healthy, happy, you.

  16. Mini-Beatz


    Beatz® Fitness is a fun and simple, all-inclusive group fitness class led by certified Beatz® instructors. Simple, fun, all-inclusive Group Exercise for everyone!! Multi-genre, all-inclusive, dance fitness workouts to choreographed routines

  17. Mini Volleyball


    A game of volleyball of 2 & 3 a side for children up to the age of eleven

  18. Mixed Martial Arts


    Mixed Martial Arts is a full-contact combat sport

  19. Modern


    Modern dance is a highly expressive style of dance that challenges the structured dance technique of classical ballet. The focus of modern dance is expression, rather than following a rigid set of postures or technical positions that ballet dancers are trained in.

  20. Modern Pentathlon


    Modern Pentathlon is a multi-discipline sport

  21. Morris Dancing


    Morris dancing is a form of English folk dance. It is based on rhythmic stepping and the execution of choreographed figures by a group of dancers, usually wearing bell pads on their shins. Implements such as sticks, swords and handkerchiefs may also be wielded by the dancers.

  22. Motor Cycling


    Riding a motorbike for just 30–minutes has the same health benefits as going for a jog or completing a round of golf. As a low impact, calorie-burning exercise, motorcycling can even help to promote weight loss.

  23. Motor Sport


    Motorsport is a group of motorised racing sports.

  24. Mountain Biking


    Mountain biking involves cycling off road.

  25. Mountaineering


    A combination of hill walking and scrambling to climb a mountain

  26. Mountain Walking


    Mountain walking means walking in hilly or mountainous areas, which does not. involve rock climbing, but may involve any of the following: • going more than 610m (2000 feet) above sea level in the UK or Ireland or to. equivalent heights elsewhere.

  27. Moves FItness


    Moves Fitness is the best 55 minutes of non-stop, calorie burning, cardio churning, strength building, flexibility creating, mad dancing, crazy fun

  28. MovNat


    MovNat is a school of physical competence for the real-world. Our goal is to equip people with the movement skills, physiological preparedness (strength & conditioning), and mindset necessary for practical, adaptable performance – both fundamental and high level.

  29. Muay Thai


    Muay Thai is a form of martial arts and orginates from Thailand.

  30. Multi Dance


    A mutli-dance event means there are several dances done within a heat and placings are based on performance in all of those dances

  31. Multi Fitness


    This is a machine on which you can do several different exercises to keep your body fit, or a room in which several different exercise machines can be used.

  32. Multisports


    A mixture of sporting activities taking place within a session/programme.

  33. Muzzle loading


    This is act of loading a gun from the muzzle by pouring a measured amount of gunpowder down the barrel and ramming a bullet on top

  34. Mysore Style Ashtanga Yoga


    Ashtanga is a system of yoga that was taught by the late Sri. K. Pattabhi Jois at his Institute in Mysore, India. It consists of sun salutations followed by a specific sequence of poses; the Primary Series is the first sequence and best known