What We Stand For
Our mission is to cultivate community through fitness in a space that promotes a safe, fun, & positive uplifting experience. We are intentionally welcoming and inclusive. Research has shown that adding the social connection can boost the effects of already-healthy behaviors such as exercise. We call that a Win-Win and our whole person approach to fitness sets us apart from any other gym or boutique offering in the Manchester area.
What We Do Best
Bellami Fitness is dedicated to the passionate pursuit of good health & happiness facilitated through group fitness classes. We offer multiple formats so, whether you're looking for a killer HIIT class, a super fun dance based cardio blast, a strengthening regimen that will tone and define, or some restorative stretching for improved balance & flexibility, it's all here!
Our hope is to keep you engaged and challenged and to assist you in connecting to ...
your breath & body through artful movement
others through class camaraderie, and
the greater community through good cheer
Since showing up can be the hardest part, we strive to make sure that everything else is taken care of by us. Visit us & see for yourself.
We celebrate You Being YOU! It's about Being where YOU Belong!
We invite YOU to "Be Fit" in a body positive culture, come see our newly renovated studio, jump in on a class, & meet our fabulous staff of instructors. We look forward to meeting you and hope you become one of our newest #BFFs ... Bellami Fitness Friends. :)
More About the Owner
The concept for a facility dedicated to different kinds of group fitness has long been the dream of the founder and owner, Susanne Larkham. Larkham holds multiple certifications including Jazzercise, MELT Method, SHiNE Dance Fitness, and is one of the innovators of B'LISS. Larkham has won multiple awards including being a 5x Winner of the Hippo Press Best Fitness Instructor and was featured in 2014 article of New Hampshire Magazine as one of NH's 10 Fitness Gurus. Outside her fitness studio, you will find her in front of the easel in her art studio with her corgi Polly at her feet or dressed in "real clothes" volunteering at the Currier Museum of Art where she is a docent/art educator.