Classes

A group of people in a Yoga class at Richmond Recreation Centre

Group Exercise classes are being offered at all venues.  

Do I need to book? 

You can book online or walk-in to the venue.

View our booking process for more information. 

Are there capacity limits?   

Standard class capacity limits apply, you can view them in our timetable

How much is a class? 

View our casual prices on our website. 

Do I need to be fully vaccinated?  

Nope! In line with Victorian Government regulations, it is no longer a requirement to be fully vaccinated to attend our venues.   

Do I have to wear a mask?

In line with Victorian Government restrictions face masks are no longer mandatory, but we recommend you wear a face mask when you cannot maintain 1.5m from others.

Are you accepting cash?

We are accepting cash and card payments.

Do you have equipment, or do I have to bring my own? 

Yoga, Pilates and Body Balance 

We are unable to provide equipment for these classes so please bring your own mat and equipment  

Body Pump 

We will be providing equipment and you must wipe it down before and after your class with sanitiser wipes provided  

How are we keeping each other safe?  

Our staff are trained in COVIDSafe principles, and we will be following our approved COVIDSafe plan at all times. We need you to continue being COVID safe:  

  • Maintain 1.5 metres distance between yourself and others at all times   
  • If you have symptoms of COVID-19, have tested positive or are a close contact to a positive case, please DO NOT attend your session.
  • Everyone aged 18 years and over must be fully vaccinated to attend our venues.

Learn more about how we're keeping us all safe in our COVIDSafe plan.    

But wait, I have more questions! 

If you have any more questions and you can't find the answers on our Road to Reopen hub, email us at yarraleisure@yarracity.vic.gov.au.

We will continue to update this page as more information becomes available. 

Get the latest COVID-19 information 

You can find the latest official information about COVID-19 by visiting the Department of Health and Human Services. This is your best source for regular updates and the steps to take if you think you’re at risk. 

For information about COVID-19 in your language, visit Translated resources - coronavirus disease (COVID-19)

If you suspect you may have contracted COVID-19, call the dedicated 24/7 coronavirus hotline on 1800 675 398 for advice. Please keep Triple Zero (000) for emergencies only. 

Updated Friday 22 April 2022