Sarah Spinderlla:

I started Vibing at the end of 2017 and absolutely loved it. I attended a class without knowing what it was, and was hooked!
It was a revelation to me that a cycling concept existed that was so uplifting and fun. I love music; and so combining inspiring tracks with cool moves, as Vibe does, is the best thing I’ve come across to-date. Having such fun while one is getting fit – what’s not to like?
After attending classes for maybe 3 months, I decided I wanted to teach myself. The training day was amazing and the ‘Vibe’ between the instructors and trainees is very special.

Delvin exudes a very genuine love for his Vibe creation and passes that on to everyone who attends his classes. It’s infectious!

Other Vibe instructors are kind, and offer plenty of advice and support to new starters. It feels like a big family – everyone cares about each others’ experiences.

I managed to start working quite quickly and love making up my routines; constantly adding tracks to my repertoire to keep the classes fresh.

I think what I like the most about teaching, is making classes inclusive to whomever attends. Everyone has different goals fitness-wise and the great thing about Vibe, is that it is accessible for everyone.

I am a sign language tutor and interpreter in my day-to-day working life; working with children and adults who are deaf. I have been doing it for over ten years and find it an extremely rewarding and fulfilling career.

I adore working with people from all walks of life, and make every effort to help and assist others in whatever way is appropriate at the time.

Vibe fits into this ethos very well, as one is coaching others to have fun and feel good about themselves through the uplifting nature of Vibe. I love it!

I have two children, and my daughter is desperate to be old enough to participate in Vibe classes. I think I need to start the ‘Teenage training’ soon, so that I can teach her.