Join Scottish Ballet dancers as they lead you through a series of workouts to help keep you fit all year round. 

With videos focusing on a wide range of workout styles and muscle groups, the series can be accessed by all on our website or YouTube channel.

Each 30-minute workout in the series (apart from our yoga class) features two Scottish Ballet dancers – one to lead the workout, and one to demonstrate variations of some exercises – meaning you can take part no matter where you’re at on your personal fitness journey.

These workouts have been designed to mimic what our dancers do to keep fit in their own time, with support from our Head of Performance Medicine Martin Lanfear.

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Join Principal Constance Devernay, certified Yoga & Meditation Instructor, for a 30-minute session focusing on opening your hips and the surrounding muscles.

Upper Body

Join Principal Bethany Kingsley-Garner and Soloist Claire Souet as you work your upper body. Completing five exercises for four rounds, this 30-minute session will be sure to get your arms ballet ready! 

As you’ll see from the video, Bethany was pregnant at the time of filming and has demonstrated the exercises in a way that accommodates this.

Lower Body

Join Soloists Roseanna Leney and Bruno Micchiardi for a lower body workout. During the 30-minute session, you will be working in a circuit format. 


Join Principal Evan Loudon and Artist Xolisweh Ana Richards in getting ab fab! During this 30-minute session, you'll work your core leaving you feeling strong and centred.

High Intensity Full Body

Join Soloist Thomas Edwards and First Artist Kayla-Maree Tarantolo in a high intensity workout. During this 30-minute session, you will complete three rounds, three times with a minute rest in between. 

Low Intensity Full Body

Join Soloist Grace Horler and First Artist Melissa Parsons in a low intensity workout. During this 30-minute session, you will complete an Every Minute On the Minute (EMOM) style workout to get your full body moving.