Fitness in The City

Get active with the array of health and fitness classes, studios and programs available in The City. There’s virtually around-the-clock options, so no excuses this year!


If improving your health and wellbeing is your New Year’s resolution (same as every other year), The City has a number of gyms scattered throughout to help you achieve your goals. On Adelaide St, there’s Snap Fitness and Jetts, Elizabeth St is home to Fitness First and Goodlife has a centre along Queen St and also Edward St. If you work along Eagle St, there is an Anytime Fitness. If you enjoy classes for your workout, Pure Health Club on Queen St runs more than 300 classes per week.


Feel Good Program

Atma Yoga, Level 3, 233 Albert St

When it comes to yoga, frequency is better than length. Atma Yoga is located on Level 3 of 233 Albert St, a mini haven that provides tranquillity and peace of mind. Classes are designed to meet the needs of yoga-goers across all skill levels.

Barre Body, Level 2, 123 Charlotte St

Barre Body offers a complete workout that brings together ballet barre conditioning, yoga and Pilates. Its signature classes are designed to work and tone the entire body, and use an interval format that raises and lowers your heart rate to create fast results.

Shri Yoga, Burnett Lane

In historical Burnett Lane, Shri Yoga is a tranquil yet convenient space for practising yoga and celebrating life. Instructors are trained with the Anusara method, the fastest-growing style of Hatha yoga in the world.

Stretch Yoga, Level 1, 132 Albert St

Get your stretch on and practise the spiritual movement of yoga at Stretch Yoga. Learn Strength, endurance, balance, coordination and focus with its range of classes, from the beginner Stretch Foundations, Flowing Stretch intermediate class or Power Vinyasa class.


Studio pilates

Studio Pilates, Ann St

Experience a complete toning workout like no other at Studio Pilates International. The luxurious studio features high-energy music combined with Pilates reformer machines that provide you with a total body workout that tones and sculpts your body.



Crossfit 4000 on Adelaide St offers a premier strength and conditioning program that improves cardiovascular endurance, flexibility, coordination, agility, balance and more. The programming, coaching, equipment and location have been designed to maximise your performance and results.

Cycling & running:

Whether it is your morning commute, you're trying to get healthy, or you're training for an event, there are a number of great tracks in The City. These include the Bicentennial Bikeway, South East Freeway Bikeway and the Normanby Cycleway Link, plus there is convenient access into The City from South Bank via the Kurilpa and Goodwill Bridges. And to make it even easier to ride or run in The City, there is a Cycle Centre underneath the King George Square Bus Station, it offers racks, showers, lockers and laundry services. 

Workout in the park:

There are a number of free classes held close to The City that you can participate in. South Bank hosts the Medibank Feel Good Program throughout the year – you can check out classes and timetables here. There are a number of regular free fitness classes offered by Brisbane City Council, including Tai Chi Qigong, boxing and weight-loss challenges in the City Botanic Gardens, and group fitness at the Kangaroo Point Cliffs Park.


Mad Dance House, Adelaide St
Incorporate dance into your exercise regime at Mad Dance House and achieve the toned body of a dancer while getting fit and learning some new moves. There's a range of traditional classes including hip-hop, ballet, contemporary and jazz. Classes are available to all levels of experience. Mad Dance House's fitness-oriented classes also include Zumba, hip-hop, Pilates, dance boot camp, boxing and cardio, severe stretch and acrobatics.

Workout wear:


Rebel, 90-112 Queen Street Mall

Amart All Sports, 112 Queen Street Mall

Lorna Jane, Wintergarden

Athlete’s Foot, Wintergarden

Lululemon, Wintergarden