We're running a limited series of Pilates, Yoga and Bootcamp sessions to get you energised for our re-opening later this year
Participate in a series of group fitness sessions in the lead up to our opening
The Big Warm Up bootcamp series is a great opportunity to meet the fresh faces that will be fronting the new Health & Wellness facilities at Northcote Aquatic & Recreation Centre.
We will be delivering a limited series of Pilates, Yoga, Bootcamp classes run by NARC’s new Health & Wellness staff.
Join one or more of our upcoming bootcamp or group fitness classes. Class information is below.
Classes capped at 15 participants, so get in quick!
Initially running out of Narrandjeri Stadium, and then we will move the sessions over to NARC’s new facilities once they’re ready!
Sessions running weekly from Monday 25th September, view the timetable below for class times.
FREE for registered NARC members
$5 for non-members
How do I book into a session?
Check out class times and book sessions via the DarebinMOVES app.
1. Go to the App store on your phone
2. Search ‘Darebin Moves’
3. Download the app
4. Register an account.
5. Navigate to the weekly timetable on the homepage and select the preferred class date/time
6. Book in!
Remember, if at any point you are having issues, feel free to ask one of our helpful team members and they will assist in any way they can.
Click to learn more about the classes we will be running in the lead up to our re-opening.
Low intensity muscle strengthening workout to build on core, flexibility, mobility and posture.
45-min of low-impact physical fitness system that aims to strengthen the muscles while improving flexibility and postural alignment. Pilates is designed to strengthen the human mind and body through a series of body movements and holds. Pilates integrates muscle control, strength training, flexibility, breathing and body awareness. It is a series of movements performed on floor mats that engages the body and mind.
Body weight training one week, weight circuit the next.
Bootcamp (Body Weight) (45min) – utilising your own body weight this class is designed to add strength, flexibility, and tone your muscles as you work with a partner. A high-energy rotation of push ups, dips, squats and lunges and several different exercises for a
Bootcamp (Circuit) (45min) – combination of dumbbell’s, med balls, kettlebells work out designed to challenge body and mind, rotating through several different exercises for a certain amount of time or number of repetitions, with little to no rest. Because circuit training is time-efficient and targets your whole body, it can help build strength, improve heart health, and help you lose weight Blueys Bands A circuit style session combining bands + cardio (Steps or stairs). 30min of band circuit work designed to work all body parts challenging your muscles in different ways than weights or machines. Because the bands are elastic, they create constant tension throughout the movement, which can activate more muscle fibers and improve your coordination and balance. You can also adjust the intensity of the resistance by changing the band’s length or width.
Resistant band circuit laced with stairs or steps.
A circuit style session combining bands + cardio (Steps or stairs). 30min of band circuit work designed to work all body parts challenging your muscles in different ways than weights or machines. Because the bands are elastic, they create constant tension throughout the movement, which can activate more muscle fibers and improve your coordination and balance. You can also adjust the intensity of the resistance by changing the band’s length or width.
Combine your body, breath, and mind through stretching, postures, breathing and meditation.
Yoga poses and stretches help to increase mobility and enhance the range of motion in various joints in the body. Yoga practices such as deep breathing, meditation, and certain poses help to calm the mind and reduce stress and has been linked to reducing high blood pressure, improving heart health, easing chronic pain, and strengthening the immune system.