Spin

The legs may become weary but the returns for your health and fitness will be worth it.

COVID-19 Alert Level 2 update for Recreation and Sport Centres

Cowles Stadium, Graham Condon, Jellie Park, Pioneer, Taiora QEII and Nga Puna Wai are now open.

Online bookings are required for group fitness, aqua classes and Tumbletimes to help manage numbers and avoid waiting times. You can book up to seven days ahead, with easy cancellation via your email notification.

For programmes such as Swimsmart, gymnastics and sport group bookings, the standard booking process applies.

The saunas and steam rooms are not available. Please bring your own towel, goggles, drink bottle and mat for group fitness classes.

Payments are going cashless - you can use your EFTPOS card and payWave to pay at our centres.

We look forward to seeing you again soon.

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Spin

There are three spin classes on offer:

Spin

For a fun and challenging ride, this spin class is ideal for those who want to test themselves on the bikes and gain a great cardiovascular and fat-burning workout in the process.

Virtual Spin

New to spin? How about trying out one of our virtual spin classes. Ride through a range of different sceneries displayed at the front of the room and receive visual and verbal cues as you ride to a great workout. No booking required for this class.

Spin beginner

This four-week programme is aimed at those new to spin, who would like to step up and pedal hard. You’ll get a good workout while learning different aspects of spin training, including bike set up, technique, use of resistance, riding positions and intensity.


Class duration: 

  • Spin - 50 minutes
  • Virtual Spin - 30 to 50 minutes

Fitness level: All

Prerequisites: None

Fee type Price
Casual (non-members) $11.00
Members Free
Casual 10 class concession card (valid for one year) $99.20
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