Looking for fun & effective exercise classes?
Fitness League New Zealand runs professionally taught, low impact exercise classes to music for all ages and abilities.
We have classes in Auckland, Bay of Plenty and Hamilton.
FLexercise with Fitness League classes are:
- One hour long
- Part exercise, part dance
- Posture in action
- Challenges the Body and Mind
- Mobilises and strengthens
- A social environment
What Our Members Say
Going to Fitness every Wednesday morning has helped me calm down the depression, by focussing my mind on something else. I am able to get out of my own head, relax and breathe. Misty
Having developed “scoliosis” I am finding this exercise class most beneficial for my spine and feeling so much better. A plus is the lovely music which is the extra fun of attending. Diana
Music for co-ordination and balance. Great bunch of ladies. Laurel
I really enjoy getting into the rhythm with the music and moving to some of my favourite songs. Christine
The classes have made such a difference to me. I was beginning to feel very acky back, knee. After my classes the discomfort has disappeared. Anne C.
Meet Our Teachers
Over many years I have enjoyed Jazz and contemporary ballet and all that goes with this, including exams, choreography, costumes and recitals. Joining a FLexercise class was the perfect fit for me to continue with my great interest in fitness, dance and music. Now that I have gained my Teachers …
When I was introduced to Fitness League FLexercise classes I found the first fitness programme that made me feel energized and invigorated after an hour’s work out. Being able to move to music makes all the difference for me. I love the way my brain and body can keep active in such a friendly …
I have always thoroughly enjoyed movement to music, and gain much fulfillment in choreographing achievable exercise for you to enjoy too. I love FLexercise for all that it is, a wonderful combination of dynamic stretching, dance, conditioning and fun! I have a vast background in exercise and …
I attended my first Fitness League class in 1990, my mother who had been a member for many years persuaded me to go, although not convinced it was “my thing” I went along to please her, it only took a couple of sessions and I was hooked.
I never realised fitness could be so much fun and doing …
I first heard about the Women’s League of Health and Beauty from a friend. My job in a life assurance company in the CBD of Edinburgh involved sitting in front of a typewriter for most of the day, so, for my health’s sake, I decided to try it. For a start, it was different from gym class at …
I became a member with WLHB in the early 70s at Kay’s Mt Roskill Centre. My mother took me along ‘to do something active’, she soon stopped going to class and The League became an important part of my life.
In 1998, I qualified as a teacher and in 1999 took over the Manurewa Centre. In 2008 …
I have always loved dance and movement. I started with Scottish Country dancing from the age of 6 years old.
I became very involved with Netball, playing, coaching and eventually massaging the Force Netball team.
Being a massage therapist I really understand how important it is to keep our body …
Returning to live back in New Zealand after a number of years in the UK, I was looking for an exercise class. The class I found and joined was in Sunnynook. Through the support of the Sunnynook teacher at that time, I was encouraged to take the Teacher's two year training course, which I completed …