Have fun, get active, enjoy great activities and maybe even lose a few pounds or gain some new friends this year!
It's the year of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games so get inspired and find out what is on offer for YOU at our fantastic Leisure Centres and associated facilities.
From hula-hooping to trim your waist, the ever-popular Zumba, Pilate and Yoga, aerobics and aqua-aerobics, state-of-the-art gyms, aqua gyms, swimming for newborns, gentle sessions for older residents and loads more in between - there really is something for everyone!
Leisure for Life aims to encourage and inspire people of all ages, abilities and interests to get active, benefit from healthier lifestyles and enjoy the huge range of Leisure and Sporting opportunities delivered by the Council.
Whether you fancy a relaxing dip in modern, clean swimming pools, want to work up a sweat in state-of-the-art gyms, get together for a game of football or try out the new, popular Kettlebells, martial arts, Free-Running or Aerobiking classes, there really is something for everyone!
There are classes tailor-made for toddlers, sessions specifically for the over fifties, classes created for beginners to wannabe Olympians and a range of opportunities from Aerobics to Zumba to try out and enjoy.
Thanks to the affordable, flexible morecard monthly payment options – as well as free access to certain leisure centre facilities for those aged 16 and under and their families during school holidays through to High 5 - getting involved has never been easier.
You can even benefit from a tailor-made service thanks to our specialist Sport RCT Team who will help you find local opportunities - from joining or even launching a football team to qualifying as a coach to help others!
Get on your marks with the team, who have dedicated officers on hand to promote and extend services in specific fields, such as walking, swimming, netball and hockey.
On top of this, they have a wealth of information about local teams and opportunities in your area, including assistance on setting up your own squad or even training to become a coach or referee.
So, whether you fancy trying something new in the 11 Council Leisure Centres, in a team or class in your community or among your own family and friends, get active with Leisure for Life.
Visit the Leisure Centre directory to find your local leisure centre, opening times and details of new, exciting classes and sessions to enjoy.