Women's recreation activities

Increasing physical activity levels for women is important for overall health and mental wellbeing.

Inner West Council wants to remove the barriers preventing female participation in physical activities by delivering recreation programs specifically for women.

Find details below:

Mums Get Active

Come and join our quick, free, fun classes for mums so you can connect with other mums and get active where prams are welcome.

Mums Get Active classes are delivered by qualified, experienced postnatal Pilates instructors who will ensure you train safely after childbirth.

Postnatal Pilates is an excellent choice of exercise as it will strengthen your back and pelvic floor and also repair your abdominal muscles.

Mums Get Active Jimmy Little Community Centre

Cost: Free

When: Every Wednesday at 1:30pm, classes run for 45 minutes

Where: Jimmy Little Community Centre, 19 Cecily Street, Lilyfield

BYO mat is essential - mats are not available at this venue.

Mums Get Active Debbie and Abbey Borgia Centre (PCYC)

Cost: $20 one off annual* PCYC membership fee, subsequent classes are free

When: Every Tuesday at 1:30pm, classes run for 45 minutes

Where: Debbie and Abbey Borgia Recreation Centre, 531 Illawarra Road, Marrickville

*PCYC membership fee is for one year from the date of purchase. Contact PCYC Reception on 02 9559 7722 or visit the PCYC website for more information.

Mums Get Active Tom Foster Community Centre

Cost: Free

When: Every Thursday at 1:30pm, classes run for 45 minutes

Where: Tom Foster Community Centre, 11-13 Darley Street, Newtown


Women's Dance Fit

Have fun and meet other women in the community at these classes for women only.

Cost: Free

When: Saturdays 8:30am to 9:30am

Where: Refugee Welcome Centre, Callan Park, Balmain Road, Lilyfield

GreenWay park run

GreenWay park run is a free 5km timed run - it's you against the clock. Participants run for their own enjoyment so you can join in whatever your pace!

It doesn't cost anything to join but please register before your first run. You only need to register once and this will give you a barcode that you need to bring on the run. This barcode will give you a time for your run so you can track your progress and set goals for yourself.

For more information and to register visit the GreenWay parkrun website

Cost: Free

When: Saturdays 8am

Where: Richard Murden Reserve, Hawthorne Parade, Haberfield

Check out this video slideshow of mums and bubs enjoying the GreenWay parkrun:

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Page last updated: 04 Mar 2020