Vancouver Strength Collective offers a number of fitness classes.
The schedule is below, but to stay up to date with changes please refer to our Facebook and Instagram pages.

All classes listed are offered on the basis of a $20 dollar class fee, or a monthly $100 dollar subscription for all classes offered at VSC. To subscribe, please contact us and we’ll set you up.

Classes are first-come, first-served with a maximum of 10 students per class.

It is our policy to never turn away folks based on their financial circumstances, so we invite students to contribute what they can, when they can.

Schedule:

Tuesday – 12:30pm-1:30pm – Strong and Supple

Thursday – 12:30pm-1:30pm – Strong and Supple
– 6:30-7:30pm – Women’s Weightlifting 101*

Saturday – 9:00am-10:00am – Gym Jam
– 1:00pm-3:30pm – Open Gym

Last Sunday of the month – Self-Defence 101

* Women’s Weightlifting 101 & Self-Defence 101 are monthly courses offered at VSC.
They are not drop-in classes. To learn more, please visit our Workshops & Courses page.

Class descriptions:

Strong and Supple – One action-packed hour designed to make you stronger and more limber with an emphasis on having fun! High-fiving will occur.

Open Gym – Want to continue training outside your scheduled sessions? Curious about what we do at our gym? Meet cool people & use all our esoteric equipment? Open gym is a chance for you to have a workout, meet our coaches, and connect with new friends in a body-positive community.

Gym Jam – It’s fun to say, and fun to do!
Join Jenn and the gang for an energizing, slightly silly Saturday morning workout with serious results. Through games and challenges, individually and in groups, we’ll improve balance and coordination, reaction time, spatial awareness, and strength. We’ll work on developing or rediscovering skills like rolling, catching, falling and jumping. Playing like a kid keeps us healthy for life, so come with a positive attitude and a willingness to try new things!

Note: This class is open to all levels and individuals aged 13 and over who are cleared for physical exercise and in good health. Every effort will be made to modify and accommodate all fitness and personal comfort levels, and participants are encouraged to ask for alternatives or sit out any exercise that doesn’t feel right for them. Please note that there will be partner and group exercises in this class that involve sharing equipment, or touching others in games (shoulder or hand tagging, for example), along with music and occasionally high volume.