During assessment phase we will recommend Standard, Category 1 or 2 classes depending on your goals and requirements.
Provide moderate support for highly independent participants in a group setting.
These sessions offer you an opportunity to undertake your Personal Exercise Program.
Unlike a gym, a qualified Exercise Physiologist or Physiotherapist will attend the floor at all times to answer your questions and offer support where required.
Our state-of-the-art HUR Fitness Equipment is simple to use and can track your progress as well as altering machines to your prescribed posture and resistance. Simply attach your HUR wrist band, tap on, and get started.
This user-friendly, world-leading technology is suitable for all fitness levels, with low starting loads of 100gm to ensure safe workouts no matter what your current capability.
These machines also employ pneumatic air resistance matched to the body’s natural muscular movement to reduce the risk of injury.
The HUR SmartZone incorporates smartcard technology to automatically apply your prescribed resistance to network linked exercise machines. It provides a full body workout in less than 30 minutes and collects data for a client’s electronic record.
Session numbers are capped to ensure equipment is easily shared.
Access a regular schedule of Healthy Living Sessions.
An alternative to your personal program, follow a series of varied, exercises for short intervals. Under the instruction of a qualified Exercise Physiologist or Physiotherapist. A great way to have fun, engage with others and strengthen a range of muscle groups and improve your cardiovascular health.
Access a regular schedule of Circuit Classes.
A focus on restorative exercise for cancer survivors and those returning from surgery or setback. Follow your personal program with a strong focus on regaining your health and building your strength at a medium pace. A qualified Exercise Physiologist or Physiotherapist will guide your progress and answer any questions.
Provide elevated level of support to aid recovery from serious illness or injury.
Designed to assist you on your road to recovery. Follow your Healthy Living Exercise Program with an experienced Cardiac Nurse and Exercise Physiologist or Physiotherapist on hand to ensure your safety and guide your progress. We can monitor your blood sugar levels, blood pressure and heart rate.
Offering a strong focus on falls prevention this session can help reduce your risk of trips and slips. Boost your stability and build confidence as you follow your personal program with the support of an Exercise Physiologist or Physiotherapist.
Provides intensive support for higher needs clients in smaller groups and/or with increased clinical attention. Clients may progress to Category 1 classes; or remain in Category 2 long term to ensure appropriate support.
Follow your Personal Exercise Program in highly supported, intensive sessions. We can monitor your blood sugar levels, blood pressure and heart rate. An experienced Cardiac Nurse and Exercise Physiologist or Physiotherapist will be on hand to ensure your safety and guide your progress.
Offering a highly supportive environment this session has a strong focus on falls prevention. Reduce your risk of trips and slips, boost your stability and build confidence as you follow your personal program with the support of an Exercise Physiologist or Physiotherapist.
Exercise is vital to your Healthy Living journey. We understand exercise can be physically and emotionally challenging when you are dealing with chronic disease, weight issues, fatigue, or are recovering from an injury. We also understand that not everyone enjoys exercise (yet!) and gym equipment and weights can be intimidating for many.
Sound like you? Then UQ Healthy Living is the perfect place to start or continue your friendship with fitness.
Half an hour of light exercise each day can reduce your risk of disease. We can help you stay active and avoid health issues such as heart disease, diabetes and depression.
Strength and balance training can reduce your risk being among the quarter of people over 60 who are injured in a fall every year.