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Team Di In-Person

Local, Fun, Beginner and Budget Friendly

Team Di Classes are just a bit different to your regular "gym class".  

Firstly, we're a bunch of normal people wanting to be active, improve our fitness, health and strength, and have fun doing so.

Our classes are tailored to the group, and always flexible to accommodate specific needs.

There's a huge variety - from Circuits, to Step, to Choreographed .... plus special event classes regularly feature on the calendar, such as Bootscootin', POUND & Pour and Pop Pilates classes.

Our STRENGTH CIRCUIT is a 4 week block dedicated to building strength, focusing on form and technique.  Each block is capped at 4 participants only to ensure close attention is paid to each participant.  Training in this method is about 70% cheaper than one on one personal training, with a 4 week commitment at a time.

Team Di also has a strong sense of community from a charity perspective.  Regular classes and events with charity in mind, such as fundraising classes, form part of the calendar too.

Come and meet some locals in a class that's tailored just for you - you'll have so much fun you won't even realise you're exercising!

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Health Declaration

Please fill out the following form
in order to participate in our activity.

Has your doctor ever told you that you have a heart condition or have you ever suffered a stroke?
Do you ever experience unexplained pains in your chest at rest or during physical activity/exercise?
Do you ever feel faint or have spells of dizziness during physical activity/exercise that causes you to lose balance?
Have you had an asthma attack requiring immediate medical attention at any time over the last 12 months?
If you have diabetes (type 1 or type 2) have you had trouble controlling your blood glucose in the last 3 months?
Do you have any diagnosed muscle, bone or joint problems that you have been told could be made worse by participating in physical activity/exercise?
Do you have any other medical condition(s) that may make it dangerous for you to participate in physical activity/exercise?

Thanks for submitting!

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