Fitness Classes

For fitness class session times and to book, jump on over to our fitness class bookings page.

Active Agers

Monday 10-11am
Wednesday 9-10am

This is a class specifically designed for participants aged from 50+. Our Gym instructor will take you through a range of exercises to increase strength, stability and improve fitness.

$5 for non-members or free for members.



Tuesday 9-10am
Friday 9-10am

Spin classes at the Gym are situated in the centre of a world-class velodrome… it doesn’t get much better than this! Get fit riding stationary bikes in a fun, upbeat group class.

$10 for non-members or free for members.


Tuesday 6-7pm

Pilates lengthens and stretches all the major muscle groups in the body in a balanced fashion. It improves flexibility, strength, balance, and body awareness. By increasing muscle strength and tone, particularly through your core you will enhance spine stabilisation, muscular control of your back and limbs, as well as achieve balanced muscle strength on all sides of your body.

$10 for non-members or free for members

Senior Pilates

Thursday 7:30-8:30am and 10:30-11:30am

Our Senior Pilates class is specifically tailored to the needs of participants aged 50 and over.

$5 for non-members or free for members.

Functional Fit

Tuesday 9am
Wednesday 6pm
Thursday 9am

Functional Fit classes is a fun group class designed for everyone. The super supportive environment is designed to allow flexibility within the class, meaning beginners and experienced athletes can take part. These classes are a fantastic way to get a varied workout within 45 minutes and every workout is different!

The classes usually follow a structure of warm-up, strength or skill work and then a workout, look out for a surprise workout thrown into the mix. The strength component ranges from barbell lifting and technique, gymnastics movements or more traditional focus muscle groups. The workout at the end of the session is designed to be high intensity over a short time frame and are full of different movements and rep schemes.