Contours, womens health and health and fitness club exclusively for women.

Do you want to increase your fitness? Lose Weight? Tone up or Improve your overall Wellbeing?

Contours is the right place to help you achieve your health and wellbeing goals.

Much more than just a gym, were about Women supporting Women in a fun environment. We love to see our members get results and you will get results with free regular health and fitness assessments.

Join popular programmes like Radical Fitness, Pilates, Yoga, Zumba and Group or Personal Training. You can maximise your results with our 8 week Weight Loss Programme.

Contact your nearest club today to talk with one of our friendly staff to see how easy it is to get started.

Latest Posts

Myth Busters for Women
Posted: August 6, 2014

Contours deals with women every day. We hear all sorts of things that just aren’t true, so let’s bust a few of those myths. Read more...

Winter snacks
Posted: August 6, 2014

During winter, we can help our bodies keep colds and flu away by eating plenty of seasonal vegies. Amazingly, winter fruit and vegetables provide us with exactly what we need during this time. Think citrus and winter greens, like cabbage and brussel sprouts, for loads of vitamin c to boost our immunity. Keep reading...

Raw Snack Slice
Posted: July 7, 2014

Store bought muesli bars are super convenient but can also be full of sugar and other nasties. Here's a recipe that requires no cooking time, contains no dairy and is full of nutrients. We took more traditional slice recipes, and have removed all the extra sugar (and sweetened condensed milk!). It's perfect for kids, husbands, and busy women.

Embrace Dry July
Posted: July 7, 2014

You must have heard a number of radio stations and facebook pages, all talking about “Dry July”. Why do you think so many people are keen to have an alcohol free month? Do you like the idea? Or does the thought of no wine-o-clock send a shiver down your spine? Either way, here are four reasons why you should give Dry July a go:

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Today's Fitness Tip

Use the full range of movement of your muscle and joint when doing resistance training. Flex all the way up and extend all the way down. No half pie movements. This is to avoid muscle shortening and restricted movement in the future.

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