The Medibank Feel Good Program brings a three-month calendar of free fitness and wellbeing classes to South Bank Parklands from March to May 2023.
The program will activate South Bank Parklands’ Flowstate Pavilion with a range of recreational classes that follow a monthly theme: Energy in March, Flow in April and Balance in May. There will be an array of instructor-led fitness classes from Monday to Thursday and a mix of health and lifestyle options available on Saturdays.
The class calendar includes favourites such as Pilates, Yoga and Zumba alongside Saturday sessions that span martial arts, tai chi, mindful art, meditation and even veggie growing. Guest presenters, such as clean living expert Luke Hines and yoga and meditation teacher Celia Roberts, will host Special Event Saturdays to introduce each month’s theme with a dedicated class. Hines will also conduct a full-body HIIT class on 4 March at 9:30am, while Celia Roberts will lead a meditation session on 1 April at 9:30am. Classes are designed to cater for all levels of experience from beginner to expert, welcoming the whole community to come along and participate in free, fun and energising activities at South Bank.
Brisbane Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner said this year’s Medibank Feel Good Program promotes a holistic wellness experience designed to be embraced by all ages and abilities.
“Brisbane is the best place to live, work and relax and I’m delighted to announce the return of the Medibank Feel Good Program in 2023, a popular program that provides free public access to fitness classes and lifestyle sessions in the beautiful surrounds of South Bank Parklands,” Cr Schrinner said.
The Medibank Feel Good Program is free though some sessions may require pre-registration. To join in, simply bring a water bottle and towel and a yoga mat for select activities. For more information, visit feelgoodprogram.com.au
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