Exercise, dance and fitness

Exercise, dance and fitness

Redfern Community Centre

Redfern Community Centre has a wide range of health and exercise activities to help keep your body and mind in top form.

All classes are free unless marked*. Contact our team for more information. 


Redfern Community Centre29–53 Hugo Street
Redfern NSW 2016
02 9288 5713

Activity timetable


  • 9.30am: Ballroom dancing – beginner
  • 12.30pm: Ballroom dancing – advanced 
  • 3pm: Youth program: Tennis and barbecue (see below)
  • 5.30pm: Hatha yoga
  • 6.30pm: Kyokushin karate


  • 6pm: Forro Latin dance 


  • 9.30am: Stronger fitter seniors exercise (school term only)
  • 6.30pm: Kyokushin karate 
  • 6.45pm: Bodyweather artistic movement*


  • 9.45am: Preschool music and movement (school term only)
  • 6.30pm: AA


  • 10am: Qigong

Class descriptions

Ballroom dancing

Classes are for all levels, taught by an experienced professional teacher. Please bring proper non-marking dancing shoes.

Youth program: Tennis and barbecue

Come and play tennis at Alexandria Park. Tennis racquets provided! Open for youth of high school age, up to 24 years. In wet weather, the program is at Cliff Noble Community Centre, 24 Suttor Street, Alexandria.

Kyokushin Karate

Self-defence classes for the wider community.

Hatha yoga

Our hatha yoga class is open to all levels. We provide mats, just come dressed comfortably. Please note due to class size restrictions, people who show up after 5.30pm may be denied entry. 


Sertanejo* is a genre of Brazilian music and the dance is for all levels from beginner to advanced. This popular class will whet your appetite for dancing.
*There is a cost for this class 

Stronger fitter seniors exercise

Gentle exercise for seniors. This class works with light weights, bands, and bodyweight to work on strength, fitness and flexibility. Open to all levels of fitness.  

Preschool music and movement

Open to children of preschool age, this class introduces kids to music, and makes music fun!


Qigong (pronounced chee-gung), is similar to tai chi and is the study and practice of cultivating vital life-force through various techniques, including breathing techniques, postures, meditations and guided imagery.

Last updated: Friday, 23 August 2019