Blind Sports & Recreation Victoria
Spin classes offer the opportunity to participate in organised indoor cycling and involve using a special stationary exercise bicycle with a weighted flywheel in a class setting.
These weekly classes for adult blind and vision impaired participants are suitable for varying levels of fitness. You will be able to set your level of difficulty on the bikes and determine how much you'd like to stretch yourself. If you have any pre-existing medical conditions, or health concerns, and you are wondering if this is the right class for you, please get in touch to discuss prior to starting.
Denise, our Spin class personal trainer, will help you set the right pace for you. Spin classes are great to help build endurance and strength.
Classes are suitable for people aged over 18.
The Spin class is held from 11am until 11.45am on Wednesdays in Hawthorn.
Hawthorn Aquatic & Leisure Centre, 1 Grace Street, Hawthorn. Take the Number 16 Tram or the train to Glenferrie Railway Station.
$5.70 for CAC card holders (apply in the gym with a health care card) $11.50 concession price, each Spin class
If you would like to join in or need more information please contact Rachel DeSumma via email firstname.lastname@example.org or give her a call on 0493 105 800.
Please call and register with Rachel if you are interested in joining in as spaces may be limited for some classes.
All participants must be fully vacinated and show proof of vacination before the class begins.
Thank you to Boroondara City Council for their support.
Interested? Please fill out the below form to enquire.
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