Warm Water Exercise

Did you know that warm water exercise classes are ideal for people with arthritis and related conditions?

We offer a number of warm water exercises classes throughout New South Wales, giving you the opportunity to exercise with guidance from a trained instructor, in a friendly and social environment.

Why should you get involved in warm water exercise?

  • To keep you moving
  • To improve your coordination and endurance
  • To ease stiff joints and relax sore muscles
  • To help you feel better

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Fitness Leader/Physiotherapist Led Warm Water Exercise Classes 

Please note: The following days, times and vacancies are correct as at 01 August 2017. Check this page on a monthly basis for updated vacancies and class times.

Canterbury Hospital, Canterbury Road – Campsie
> Wednesdays @ 1.30pm – 3 vacancies

Anglican Retirement Village (Mowll Village), Gough Drive – Castle Hill
> Mondays @ 1.30pm – no vacancies
> Tuesdays @ 1.30pm - no vacancies
> Tuesdays @ 2.30pm – 6 vacancies
> Thursdays @ 1.30pm – 2 vacancies
> Thursdays @ 2.30pm – 1 vacancy

Karonga School, Dent Street – Epping
> Saturdays @ 8am – no vacancies
> Additional classes opening soon – contact us

Lane Cove Physiotherapy, Longueville Road – Lane Cove
> Tuesdays @ 1.30pm – 5 vacancies
> Thursdays @ 5.00pm – 1 vacancy

St Lukes Hospital, Roslyn Place - Potts Point
> Wednesdays @ 12.30pm – no vacancies
> Saturdays @ 9.00am – 4 vacancies
> Saturdays @ 10.00am – no vacancies

Royal Rehab, Morrison Road – Ryde/Putney
> Tuesdays @ 4.00pm – 1 vacancy
> Saturdays @ 10.00am – 2 vacancies
> Additional classes opening soon – contact us

To register your interest, complete and submit the form below, call 02 9857 3300 

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Volunteer Led Warm Water Exercise Classes

PLEASE NOTE: As of 31 July 2016, volunteer led warm water exercise classes will cease to be run under Arthritis & Osteoporosis NSW. We still encourage warm water exercise as a way to manage your condition, and are working with branches and support groups to find alternatives so members can still continue warm water exercise in their local area.