What classes do you have?
We run over 280 classes every week across our three centres! We offer world famous Les Mills exercise classes, specially designed Yarra Leisure classes and members-only Small Group Training.
We also offer gym sessions to support people living with disability and chronic health conditions to do strength based training.
Les Mills classes
High intensity, high energy cardio workout to build strength and stamina. Combines athletic aerobic, strength and stabilisation exercises.
A yoga, Tai Chi and Pilates workout. Controlled breathing and structured stretches, moves and poses build strength and flexibility.
An energetic program inspired by mixed martial arts. Strike, punch, kick and kata your way to cardio fitness.
Strengthen your entire body with the original barbell class. Challenge all your major muscle groups through high repetition movements for muscle toning.
Use an adjustable step and simple movements on, over and around the step for an energising workout. Cardio blocks push systems into high gear followed by muscle conditioning tracks.
A 30 minute core training workout. Hones in on the torso and sling muscles that connect your upper body to your lower body. Assists in injury prevention.
Small Group Training is exclusive to members with gym access. If you want to dive into Small Group Training, pick up a membership.
High Intensity Interval Training, using multiple short intervals on various equipment to get you fit, fast.
Fun and functional training on the interactive Pavi flooring. Body weight and free weight exercises test strength, stamina and agility.
Improve strength and technique on major lifts like squats, deadlifts and presses.
A high intensity circuit class using machines and free weights. Increase your mobilisation, muscle strength and endurance.
Build movement, mobility and core strength through body weight exercises.
Yarra Leisure programs
Suitable for beginner to advanced. Uses water resistance for a cardio-strength workout without stress on the joints.
Interval training session blending strength and cardio with speedballs, punching bags and pad work.
A combination of strength and cardio using equipment and interval training.
45 minute express Circuit session.
Deep Water Running is a low impact, running-inspired workout in the water. The challenge of running plus resistance.
Strength training for people over 50 years of age. 45 minutes weights training and 15 minutes stretch and core work.
Easy to follow cardio moves with challenging barbell work, excellent for those who want to work hard.
Beginner mat Pilates. Exercises build core strength, support lower back and bring flexibility to spine, hips and shoulders. *Unsuitable during pregnancy.
Dynamic mat Pilates exercises to further challenge and enhance strength, flexibility and principles developed in Pilates 2.
Indoor cycling with adjustable resistance for all levels. A fantastic cardio workout. Led by an instructor for 45 minutes.
Intense 90 minute Spin session .
Ride around the world in this virtual Spin class. Class duration varies, check timetable.
Follow the virtual instructor through a traditional Spin format.
Beginners. Focus on posture and range of movement for flexibility, balance and relaxation. Standing poses, forward and back bends, and twists.
Intermediate. New challenges, such as inverted poses (alternatives offered).
Experienced (familiar with inverted poses). Technique refining including strong standing poses and full back bends.
Join the party! A mix of dance moves for a fitness party.
Swim squads are structured for all fitness levels and are aimed at helping swimmers develop all four strokes through individual feedback and progressive training.
Intermediate swim squad is targeted towards novice squad swimmers, particularly those who have completed a Yarra Triathlon short course. The focus is to develop technique, building stamina, speed and strength.
Open Water Swim
The open water swim squad develops the essential skills associated with open water swimming. Please note - Open Water Swim runs from November to February.
Brick session simulates race conditions providing participants the opportunity to improve both cycling and running. The session focuses on developing cycling and running speed, endurance and practicing transitions.
Ergo sessions are an indoor cycling session structured to enhance your speed, strength and endurance through specific cycling and triathlon intervals.
Road Cycle is an outdoor cycling session structured to enhance your speed, strength and endurance through specific cycling and triathlon intervals.
Run Squad focuses on developing running strength and endurance using a range of different distances, speed and intervals around the Richmond area.
Track Run builds running speed and develops technique while teaching participants the skills to pace.
Long Run is an easy paced group run that focuses on developing aerobic base.
Cerebral Palsy Program
Small group sessions for people living with cerebral palsy to work on strength. Learn more.
Striving for Maximum Strength
Small group sessions for people living with chronic health conditions. Build strength and an exercise routine. Learn more.