active strength

Using resistance, we incorporate functional exercises that will make you stronger, increasing the ability and ease to complete everyday activities.

diabetes exercise support group

This group is specifically designed for people with diabetes or at risk of developing diabetes. It is run by our Exercise Physiologist who is trained in safe and effective delivery of exercise for those with diabetes. It is specifically targeted at the management of blood glucose levels through exercise.


Three workouts in one!  The 20/20/20 class is designed to give you the ultimate workout. Combining 20 minutes of cardio, 20 minutes of strength training and 20 minutes of stretching and core work.

gentle exercise and stretch

Using specific movements and stretches helping you to keep mobile, reducing stiffness of the joints and maintaining fitness levels in older age.


Clinical 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 Physiotherapists. Various Pilates equipment such as Reformers are used in these classes. 


This class is run by our Exercise Physiologist (“EP”) and will combine traditional Pilates with evidence-based rehabilitation exercises. These Pilates sessions are individualised and will focus on strengthening core muscles, improving flexibility and addressing any imbalances within the body using a variety of equipment such as the reformer.


These classes are an interval style workout designed to burn fate and increase energy.  Clients will rotate across Pilates equipment and other exercises for an all over body approach. 

matwork PILATES / advanced mat work pilates

In this class you will complete exercises that focus on core strength, muscle control, flexibility and breathing promoting balanced body. This is a complete mat work based class.  Advanced Matwork classes may include the use of equipment such as balls, Pilates circles and resistance bands.

seniors yoga

Breathing practices to help stabilise your body and movements to improve balance and mobility. This yoga class will help calm and focus your mind to improve healing and a sense of well being.

mums and bubs yoga

Come to yoga and bring your baby! They can sleep, eat, crawl, you can feed them AND they can take part in your movements if you wish.  A way for your baby to connect with you on a different level.

chair yoga

Using a chair to help adapt traditional Yoga poses into accessible and modified versions ensuring you get the most benefit, maintaining flexibility and balance.

Heart Foundation Walking Group (Sutherland Walk & Talk):

FREE Local guided walking group to maximise social and health benefits.  Runs on the 1st & 3rd Tuesdays of each month at various locations within the Shire.  Contact Phillip Elwin 0431 411 455.  New walkers welcome.

active osteo / active osteo advanced

Focusing 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. Classes follow 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.


Opening Hours



Thomas Holt,
1-25 Acacia Road, Kirrawee


(02) 9525 3000


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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..

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What is Functional Fitness?

What is Functional Fitness, and why is it important?

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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