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Weipa Aquatic and Sports Precinct
The facility officially opened October 2021 with memberships available online and in person. Group fitness classes are also available to attend at the WASP. The classes are suitable for all levels of fitness and experience. From Bootcamp to Aqua Aerobics there is something for everyone to try.
Please like and monitor the Weipa Town Authority Facebook page for updates on classes, membership information and promotional offers.
All community members (aged 16+) will be able to book a complimentary 1:1 fitness consultation and facility orientation. Please email WASP@weipatownauthority.com.au if you are interested in making a booking.
Yoga Fusion is a combination of the different styles of Yoga and elements of Pilates to help improve postural alignment, core strength and muscle balance, incorporating simple meditation techniques to enhance health and happiness for a complete mind body workout. Suitable for beginners to intermediate.
A fabulous fun class, performed in shallow water using the water as resistance to create a safe, effective workout to improve cardiovascular stamina, strength, improve flexibility whilst burning body fat. Ideal for increasing circulation and rehabilitating healing muscles and joints. Unfortunately this class is currently unavailable and will resume shortly.
Created by Joseph Pilates in the 1920’s; Pilates is now a very popular class to improve postural alignment, core strength and muscle balance strength. The class consists of low impact, strength, flexibility and endurance movements to enhance muscular control of your back and limbs.
High intensity interval training is an explosive high energy class incorporating alternating short periods of intense anaerobic exercise with less intense recovery periods. This type of training keeps the heart rate up, burning more fat in less time.
A great workout to promote comradery, encouraging participants to challenge themselves to improve strength and stamina through military style exercises in an environment of trust and friendship. Boot camp consists of sports drills, weights, jumping rope, boxing, circuit and interval training.
A complete workout to strengthen the body and perform movements, using only body weight exercises to achieve optimum results .Bodyweight training uses simple abilities including pushing, pulling, squatting, bending, twisting and balancing.
Circuit training is a combination of body conditioning exercises incorporating endurance training, resistance training, and high-intensity aerobics with short rest periods. This workout helps to build strength, cardiovascular fitness and muscular endurance, using a variety of equipment. Suitable for all fitness levels.
The boxercise format ensures a great cardiovascular workout while also increasing upper and lower body strength and endurance and everyone’s favourite…. abdominal strength.
By far the most dynamic and varied exercise class, participants in boxercise can expect lots of fast punches, fun combos, cardio games & challenges, skipping and strength conditioning.