On Thursday, 24th March 2016, CTC launched Build Fitness – a gym that can be accessed 24/7 by all workers at CTC. Build Fitness builds on other worker well-being initiatives implemented by CTC such as group fitness sessions, health screening, healthy options at the cafe and quit smoking support. These are provided FREE to all workers at the Centre. We are committed to adding value to the traditional tenant/landlord relationship in light of the health risks associated with increasingly sedentary lifestyles.
More than just a gym
The message is all about a holistic approach to fitness and well-being. Build Fitness underpins the philosophy that improving your body, heart, mind, spirit and self will result in a whole-hearted-you!
So our FREE group fitness classes will still be offered, utilising the resources of the gym, for people who prefer instructor led training. Currently the classes are held each Monday afternoon (4:30-5:15pm) and Wednesday morning (7:00-7:45am). All fitness levels are catered for – so if you haven’t worked out for awhile, it’s a good idea to join in on a group session to learn how to safely get the most out of your training. Just come to the gym on either Monday afternoon or Wednesday morning and have a chat to fitness instructor Michelle about your training goals.
And we can connect you with local personal trainers and allied health professionals such as physiotherapists and dietitians.Read more about our
philosophy and how we operate
Our Wellness Partners
We have two approved wellness partners – fitness instructor Michelle Mascher and nutritionist Katie King. Both Michelle and Katie offer an holistic approach to their services which aligns well with the Build Fitness philosophy of “whole-hearted-you”.
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