About Zen 02's Zenrobics Fitness WOrkouts

Who is behind Zen 02 and what is a Zenrobics workout.  And how did it come about?

Here's a short sample of one of the Zen 02 (Zenrobics) classes


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debi holland

  • Founder/Designer and group coaching leader at the Zenrobics Fitness Workout Programme since 22 July 2014 to present.
  • Studied at Bath College, Sir Bernard Lovell School and Bristol Skills Academy. 
  • Lives in Keynsham.
  • Skill Active qualified to Level 2 Exercise To Music Personal Trainer.
  • Member of Reps.
  • Karate blackbelt

How did Zenrobics come about?

"When studying karate and other martial arts like Tai Hoi and Chi Gung, I found mindfulness.  I wanted to share my discoveries amongst friends.

The greatest warriors always have the greatest inner stillness, no matter how fast they are moving on the outside.  They are able to retain this inner calm in the face of all the world can throw at them. 

For me, the three most important stages to work on turned out to be Mushin, Zanshin and Ri (a still spirit, a stable spirit and enlightenment).  These are the stepping stones of the peaceful warrior.


The first two I have stepped upon lightly.  The third I have glimpsed in the distance.

We should all enjoy the journey.  Join me."

Comments from the tribe....

"I've changed shape"

"I can balance now!"

"Finally, I can touch my toes"

"I can run upstairs"

"I don't get out of breath anymore"

"I sleep so much better"

"I don't shout at the kids so much"

"I knew I had to do something - this is it!"

"Finally, I'm exercising regularly and really enjoying it"

"I really look forward to my next class"

"I am so grateful of all the friendship and support"

"I wish I'd have found it sooner"

"I like helping new people feel welcome"

Legal Disclaimer: The results and effectiveness of our exercise programmes and weight loss advice may vary from person.  The factors involved in achieving long term benefits and changes include the quality of exercise choices, the number of weekly minutes of exercise completed, the adherence to a planned, healthy nutritionally balanced diet, the level of alcohol and fizzy drink consumption and overall medical health.