Flagged classes

Group Fitness flagging

Our new group exercise timetable is set for release on Monday 17 October.

All changes made to the new timetable are in response to customer feedback forms submitted, class performance, and timetable structure.

Timetable changes

The following Small Group Training sessions have changed in the new timetable.

  • The Small Group Training HIIT session at Collingwood Leisure Centre on Thursday at 12.30pm has changed to a Pavi session
  • The Small Group Training X-Press session at Collingwood Leisure Centre on Friday at 7pm has changed to a Pavi session
  • The Small Group Training Strength session at Richmond Recreation Centre on Thursday at 8pm has changed to a X-Press session
  • The Small Group Training HIIT session at Richmond Recreation Centre on Saturday at 8.30am has changed to a X-Press session

Flagged classes

As part of our ongoing group fitness flagging process please be informed of the following classes that are in danger of being removed from our next timetable release due to low attendance (averaging less than 40% occupancy during the current timetable period).

Centre

Day

Time

Class

Collingwood

Monday

9.15am

Body Attack / CXWORX

Collingwood

Friday

6.10am

New Body

Richmond

Monday

6.15am

Body Attack / CXWORX

Richmond

Tuesday

12.15pm

CXWORX

Richmond

Friday

6.15am

Body Step

Richmond

Saturday

10.15am 

CXWORX 

What is flagging?

Flagging classes is a process where Yarra Leisure advise patrons of the classes that are under review for changes in the upcoming timetable.

How does it work?

All classes have a minimum expected target. Classes that average below this target over a period of time are considered for flagging. Other factors considered are; the time of the class, the total capacity of the class and the type of class that is being offered. We also consider the structure of the timetable, customer suggestions about new classes desired and trends within the fitness industry. Once all these factors are taken into consideration, a class may be flagged.  

Flagging classes allows us to evolve the timetable which is essential if we are to live up to our commitment of delivering great group fitness experiences every time, everywhere. It also gives us an indication as to which classes we might have to tailor to provide our patrons with the best possible service.  

My favourite class has been flagged - what now? 

If a class has been flagged it gives everyone a chance to get behind the class. If you would like theses classes to remain on the next timetable we encourage you to attend more frequently and encourage others to attend as well.

If after the evaluation period the class is still under performing, it gives us the chance to tailor that class. Where substantial support for a change is received, we will consider this and structure a new timetable that on balance ensures we have the most relevant and up to date service for the majority of customers.



Further information
Yarra Leisure
9205 5032
YarraLeisure@yarracity.vic.gov.au

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