Class Descriptions

Matwork PilatesIn this class you will complete exercises that focus on core strength, muscle control, flexibility and breathing promoting balanced body. This is a complete matwork based class.
Active StrengthUsing various forms of resistance we will incorporate functional exercises that will make you stronger, increasing the ability and ease to complete everyday activities.
20.20.20Three workouts in one! The 20.20.20 class is designed to give you the ultimate total body workout. Combining 20 minutes of cardio, 20 minutes of strength and conditioning with 20 minutes of core and stretching.
Clinical PilatesClinical Pilates is a traditional Pilates session combined with contemporary scientific knowledge and research. These Pilates sessions are specifically personalised programs in combination with physiotherapy treatment (if required), delivered by Pilates-trained Physiotherpaists. Various Pilates equipment such as Reformers and Cadillacs are used in these classes.
Active Strength
inc Gymstick
This class utilises the Gymstick with easily adjusted resistance to strengthen and develop muscles. This class is taken by an Exercise Physiologist who will guide you through each exercise session maximising your benefits.
Gentle stretching and exerciseUsing various moves and stretches helping you to keep mobile and avoid aches and pains as well as improve overall balance and fitness.
Active Kids/Active TeensActive Kids 8-11 and Active Teens 12-16. Classes incorporate cardiovascular exercise and body weight training in a fun fitness environment.
YogaUsing various poses and stretches to help improve your balance, flexibility, strength and joint stabilisation. Timetable features a specific class for over 50s – Yoga for Seniors as well as family friendly Yoga.
Chair YogaUsing chair to help adapt traditional yoga poses into accessible and modified versions ensuring you get the most benefit, maintaining flexibility and balance.
Active Osteo SupportFocusing on strength and balance these classes are designed to help regain and improve muscle mass, bone health, posture, balance and falls prevention improving overall physical health. Two levels of class following a simple format which involves aerobic style balance moves, specified balance exercises as well as exercises that implement the use of bands, weights and core strengthening. The Active Osteo class is a slower paced workout that only incorporates movements in standing and sitting. The Active Osteo Advanced class is designed to be a faster paced class involving floor exercises as well as standing and sitting exercises. *Class sizes are not limited to 10.
Heart Foundation Walking GroupActive Age and the Heart Foundation are launching a new walking group to provide local residents with a fun, free way to become more physically active. Walking is something that everyone should take up – no matter what your age or fitness level. It’s fun, free and easy. 
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NEWS

Posted on November

Active Age is for every age.

Active Age is excited to announce it’s new timetable will be commencing on 4 December 2017.

This timetable features a range of classes, and will incorporate Active Kids and Active Teens classes..

Posted on November

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Posted on November

How to age actively as we get older

Being physically active is important for all ages, and that importance doesn’t diminish as we get older, but our activity levels tend to.

Posted on November

Encouraging Children to move more

Children who exercise are more likely to maintain an active lifestyle as an adult, but what children want to consciously ‘exercise’? It’s hard enough for

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