Events and programmes

We offer a range of sporting and non-sporting events and programmes, as well as health and wellbeing initiatives throughout the year. Keep an eye out for dates.

Events

Our one-off events are a great mix of fun, competition and skill.

Glow Yoga

Wear white or neon and experience yoga while you glow in the dark. This event will be held:

  • Thursday 10 August at 6pm

Tournaments

Entries open a few weeks before each tournament—be sure to mark these dates in your diary and get the crew together for an action packed evening. The following tournaments are coming up:

  • 3v3 Tournament
  • Fast 5 Tournament
  • Badminton Tournament

Dates for these tournaments are yet to be confirmed.

If you're looking to play sport on a regular basis, check out our sports leagues or clubs and societies to join a team.

Courses and programmes

We offer a range of one day courses, multi-day programmes and workshops.

First aid

Our student first aid courses are delivered by St Johns and are NZQA approved—ideal for those needing a first aid qualification for their degree (this course is suitable for a teaching degree).

The course is completed in one day and has a discounted rate for Victoria students of $110.

First aid courses will be held on:

  • Saturday 5 August
  • Saturday 30 September
  • Saturday 25 November

Shut Up and Dance

A fitness class that teaches dance routines inspired from films and music videos.

Every class is different with a variety of music from the 80's 'till now and a range of dance styles from Beyonce and Grease to Michael Jackson.

The programme begins on:

  • Wednesday 13 September, 3–4pm (for 6 weeks)

Evolution 6

Our annual six week healthy lifestyle programme will help you make positive changes to your overall wellbeing. Participants team up with our fitness advisers, setting goals, working hard and having a lot of fun along the way with the aim of cementing healthy daily routines.

The programme begins on:

  • Monday 17 July (for 6 weeks)

Self-defence

Gain more confidence in your everyday life—learn ways to be strong and safe in a variety of situations. These courses teach you hits, kicks, holds and escape techniques as well as providing tips to help keep you safe.

Self-defence courses are held throughout the year and can be either mixed or female-only. To find out more or register your interest, email the Recreation Centre.

Dates for these courses are yet to be confirmed.