Prices & Packages

Personal Training

Free Initial Consultation

Our Initial Consultation includes:

  • A Health & Lifestyle Questionnaire including bodyweight, body composition & blood pressure readings
  • A Physical Assessment including a head to toe analysis of your posture by one of our Osteopath’s
  • A Fitness Test to assess your current levels of fitness
  • A discussion regarding your goals & how we can help you achieve them 

If you are interested in booking an initial consultation with us then simply contact us & we can set a convenient time for both parties with no obligations. If you decide that you would like to continue with us then our pricing structure is very simple & rewards clients with discounts for block bookings.



(3 P/WK)
(3 P/WK)

Block Bookings

for Individual and Group Training Packages

Sessions Costs

(Ind. £60)

(Ind. £57.50)
(Ind. £55)

(Ind. £50)

* Please note that there are no expiry dates on block bookings & there are no extra charges for a 2nd person

Osteopathic Treatments

Session Price
Initial Consultation (60min)
Subsequent Treatments (30min)

Sports Massage

Session Price
90min Sports Massage
60min Sports Massage
30min Sports Massage

* Discounted prices are available for block bookings for a course of sports massages

Medical Acupuncture

Session Price
Initial Consultation (60min)
Subsequent Treatments (30min)

Corporate & Group Services

Prices for our Corporate & Group services are tailored depending on your companies wants & needs. For more information regarding how we could be of help to you and your business please don’t hesitate to contact us.

  • Please note that Pinnacle Fitness & Health operates a 24hr cancellation policy, If u fail to give 24hrs notice of any cancellation you will be charged the full session fee.
  • Please be advised that the prices above may be subject to change depending on your location

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FLATFOOT (Pes Planus)

A fallen arch or flatfoot is known medically as pes planus. This is when the foot loses the gently curving arch on the inner side of the sole, just in front of the heel.

Anatomically the longitudinal arch is supported by a ligament known as the long plantar ligament which acts as both a supportive and connective structure for the muscles of the foot to attach to known as the plantar fascia.

With flatfoot the longitudinal arch is flatter to the surface. As a result the foot and ankle complex have to work harder to support the body during weight bearing resulting in pain and discomfort 😫

Tag a friend and share if you anyone whose suffers with this. This week will look at ways to combat this through exercise and treatment.
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