Behind the Scenes Membership Workout Advice

Introducing 360@Home

As a valued member of our Community & throughout this unprecedented period of changes, we are still here to support you maintain good health & wellbeing during this period of disrupted access to our facilities.

In response, we have developed 360@home -a collaborative online platform, developed in conjunction with our team of instructors & Home Fitness Network, to ensure you keep fit & active.

Building on our programming expertise, we have developed a 360@home provides a range of home programs for all ages, levels & abilities, supporting fitness, wellbeing & mindfulness.

 360@home Access

Enjoy access to 100+ workouts for less than $0.75/day

Whether you are a gym junkie, senior mover or love your group fitness classes, we have an online workout for you to follow & use from the comfort of your home.

For just $5 / week, gain access to:

  • exclusive fresh, new weekly workouts for every-body
  • access to LIVE streamed classes
  • support from the 360@home team experts
  • virtual timetable making your wellbeing planning a breeze
  • access to 100+ Les Mills workouts

Each week, we will share activities to keep your little-movers, moving & inspired.

Our Kids & Youth playground of programs are just the ticket to keep them active, moving & busy!

Get Started with Arthur & Alex

Warming up is a way of preparing your body for exercise. As your body temperature increases you'll loosen your joints and increase blood flow to your muscles. That means less stress on joints and tendons. Warm, well-lubricated joints prepare the body to execute sudden and/or explosive movements with ease.

Of course, you are still welcome to train in the Centre as soon as we re-open.

For now, we wanted to continue to support your health & lifestyle goals.

Keep an eye on your emails for more information on how to get started.

Support & Membership Enquiries

A dedicated team are available to support enquiries about your membership status, options & best solution for training.

Contact for support from our team.

Yours in Health & Wellbeing,

360@Home Team

Behind the Scenes Information Wellbeing

Mothers Day 2020

Mother's Day is a celebration honouring mothers and celebrating motherhood. This year, we celebrate on Sunday 10 May. You may not be able to spend the day with mum this year but sending her a gift will make her day!  Did you know?  Mother’s Day was created by social activist Anna Jarvis (1864-1948), who worked hard to establish Mother's Day after her mother. Anna organised the first-ever Mother's Day event at the school in West Virginia where her mother had been a teacher. It was 1914, Woodrow Wilson (28th U.S President) made Mother's Day a national holiday, to be recognised on the second Sunday in May before spreading across the globe.   Mothers Day Gift Ideas  You have just over a week left to get those last-minute gifts. Here are some of the best you can still pick up before the big day.   Shop Local and Support Rural Communities  What better than a gift that supports businesses affected by Australia bushfires and COVD-19. You can shop online to support many rural and local business who offer some amazing products that mum would love!  Check out @spendwiththem on Instagram who showcase a range of these products you can buy direct from the business online   At-Home Fitness  This could be the most important gift you ever give: health & fitness. 360@home keeps on giving to mum & the entire household. Providing weekly workouts & training options for all fitness levels, health and nutrition tips PLUS access LIVE classes online! Being active for 30 minutes a day is a game-changer for your health, with health authorities saying it’s the minimum amount of time you should be active to reduce the risk of chronic disease and live longer. So why not get mum started & get active with her? Exclusive for members, c heck your emails or email us to sign up!  Need some gift inspiration? Here are our top picks for mum this year! 
  1. Yoga Mat – mum can use this to get moving at home and bring it in Centre later! 
  2. Keep Cup - encourage mum to be sustainable with her daily coffee
  3. Puzzle – help mum keep busy during this time, go one further and personalise it with a picture of you!
  4. Silk pillow case - who doesn’t love these! 
  5. Bath Salts – help mum relax with something special for the bath! 
  6. Personalised water bottle – practical and special! 
Wellbeing Workout Advice

Staying Active – Week Two COVID-19 Workout

We hope you are finding ways to stay active during this difficult time whilst sticking to social distancing regulations and staying home as much as possible. Please see above the workout plan for this week that has been put together by our Fitness Manager Alex. For any questions on how to complete these exercises please contact Arthur ( or Alex (
Aquatics Membership Wellbeing Workout Advice

Staying Active During COVID-19

We understand how difficult it can be to remain active during this time so our Fitness Manager has put together a very simple, body weight program for our members, swim school parents and guests to follow from the comfort of their own homes. We will be sending you an updated home workout plan each week. For any questions on how to complete these exercises please contact Arthur ( or Alex (
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Centre Closure

UPDATE 26 March 2020 The centre will remain closed until further notice. At the time of our last communication we were proactively closing the facility, and optimistic that the centre could reopen after an initial two-week closure. Given the escalating situation of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and after additional advice from the City of Sydney and the Prime Ministers address on 22 March, the centre will remain closed until further notice. A new reopening date will be sent to all members and guests as soon as it is available. A reminder that all memberships have been suspended free of charge during this time, and multi-visit passes will have the expiry date extended. 18 March 2020 We are proactively closing our Centre from COB Friday 20 March to COB Friday 3 April. Reopening on Saturday 4 April from 6am. Swim School and Squads will be closed from COB Thursday 19 March until we reopen. All memberships will be suspended free of charge and multi visit pass holders will have their expiry date extended. In light of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) developments and as a result of the Commonwealth Government decision on public gatherings and advice from the City of Sydney, the Centre will be closed to all patrons as part of our efforts to ensure the continued wellness of our members and staff. As soon as we are all-clear to reopen, you’ll be the first to know! The good news is we have not received any information to indicate that an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19 has been in the Centre. The Centre will continue to be vigilant in implementing infection control procedures including daily cleaning in accordance with normal protocols, the promotion of healthy hygiene habits and will make hand sanitiser available for staff and patrons to use upon re-opening. Follow the information and tips from the Department of Health to help improve your safety and wellbeing. We look forward to welcoming patrons back in Centre. Please direct all questions and queries to our Centre Manager, Brian Charles -

Discounted coffee for members – ends Wednesday 11 March

Catching up with friends after a group fitness class or grabbing lunch after a day of swimming with the kids? Reward yourself with something tasty at the ITAC cafe where members can receive a discounted coffee for $2 until Wednesday 11 March. Get in quick as the offer is for a limited time only.