Logan City Council Leisure Centres

Group Programs

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Active and Healthy program classes

One of the best ways to start exercising is in a low-cost, group class which is what Active and Healthy program classes provide to the Logan community.

We’re pleased Active and Healthy program classes are part of our normal group fitness timetable. In fact, our gyms are the number one provider of Active and Healthy classes, offering over a dozen classes every week for just $4 (or free to gym members).

We’re always keen to maximise the number of Logan residents that can access fitness classes for a low rate. Our classes include a range of exercise options from low-impact gentle exercise to boot camp and boxing.

Program benefits

There are many benefits to joining our Active and Healthy program classes.

  • Exercise with people with similar experiences
  • Maintain or improve your fitness
  • Make daily life activities a bit easier — because quality of life is important to everyone
  • It is safe and fun
  • Our instructors understand your specific needs and know how to address them
  • Classes can help lower blood pressure, weight, and risks of falling and improve cholesterol control, well-being, sleep, balance and flexibility.

For more information on the Active and Healthy program or to obtain a registration form, please visit the Logan City Council website or enquire online about Allied Health.

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Weight Management classes

At inSports we focus on your unique health goals and find an approach that’s right for you. Our evidence-based program takes a compassionate and personalised approach that makes it easier for you to sustain your results over time.

We understand that:

  • Managing weight is complex
  • There’s no “one size fits all” process
  • Health comes first

When and where

Tuesdays, 5 April until 24 May

Logan Metro – 6 pm to 7 pm
(8-week session)


$5 per session

All 8 sessions are delivered by our clinical Exercise Physiologists, accredited exercise scientists and qualified dietitians.


Phone: 3081 6622
Email: alliedhealth@logan.qld.gov.au

This activity is funded by the Logan City Council’s Active and Healthy program.

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Enjoy a gentle, low-to-moderate physical activity program. It’s been designed to support people with stable, long-term health conditions or those who haven’t exercised in a while.

Movemore group exercise sessions are run by an Accredited Exercise Physiologist. The exercises help prevent and manage chronic diseases and injuries.

Many conditions are supported by the program. These include, but are not limited to, cardiovascular disease, arthritis, osteoporosis, cancer, and obesity.

The program is also ideal for falls prevention and anyone wishing to exercise in a safe and social environment

Each session involves

  • aerobic and strength training
  • coordination and flexibility exercises and balance training

When and where

Logan Metro – Friday, 10:45 am
Logan North – Tuesday, 11:30 am and Wednesday, 11:30 am


Free for gym members and $4 for non-gym members.

What to bring

Participants should wear comfortable clothing and closed-in shoes or joggers. Also, bring a water bottle and any relevant medication.
Each session is 60 minutes.

Enquire online about Allied Health.

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LungPower aims to assist people who are living with chronic lung conditions or heart failure to maintain their health and fitness.

The program is run by inSports’ Exercise Physiologists and comprises both exercise and education. It’s a flexible program that can be tailored to meet individual needs — from mild to moderate or severe lung disease. The exercise component focuses on increasing physical function. This can include walking, upper and lower body strength exercises, balance, and stretching. The education component focuses on breathing techniques and conserving energy.

When and where

Logan Metro – Tuesday, 12 pm and Friday, 12 pm


Free for gym members and $4 for non-gym members.

What to bring

Participants should wear comfortable clothing and closed-in shoes or joggers. Also, bring a water bottle and any relevant medication.
Each session is 60 minutes.

For bookings or more information call the allied health team on 3081 6618, or email: alliedhealth@logan.qld.gov.au or enquire online about Allied Health.

LungPower is funded by Active and Healthy program and managed by Logan City Council’s Logan Leisure Centre’s clinical exercise physiology and exercise scientist team.

Please get in touch with our Allied Health team.

Golden Game Time 

If you’re over 65 and enjoy playing sport then this program will enable you to “get back in the game”. Golden Game Time is designed by our allied health team to enable older people to stay active. It includes modified games and activities such as beach ball volleyball, walking netball, badminton, and tennis.

Our allied health professionals tailor activities to your level which means you don’t have to worry about the activities being too hard or too easy!

The program includes a pick-up and drop-off service by TransitCare to and from the Logan Metro Sports and Events Centre.

It’s a fun and easy way to get out and get active. And best of all, the first 10 sessions are FREE.

For bookings or more information call 3081 6618. Or click on the registration button below and complete the form.

More information

Looking for more individualised care? Try our expert delivered one-on-one allied health service.