Wellbeing & Rehab - Curtin Sport and Recreation | Curtin University, Perth, Australia
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Wellbeing and rehabilitation programs

Improve your health and strengthen your body and mind through our health and rehabilitation programs.

2024 will see some changes to our wellbeing and rehabilitation programs at Curtin Stadium.

Pink Crusaders has a new home

As a highly valued recovery program for those undergoing breast cancer treatment, we have engaged the Curtin Health and Wellness Centre on campus to provide specialised support to our patrons.

Effective 1 March 2024, the Pink Crusaders program will be run from Building 404 (view map).

To find out more or to book your place in the program, please contact Curtin Health and Wellness Centre.

Phone: (08) 9266 1717
Email: curtinclinics404@curtin.edu.au

Conveniently located on the Curtin University Bentley campus in Building 404.

Discover CurtinActive: Where fitness meets community!

Are you looking for an inclusive and sociable fitness experience? Look no further than CurtinActive! Our instructor-led classes not only offer top-notch training but also provide a welcoming social environment where you can connect with our vibrant community.  

Led by our team of fully qualified personal trainers, the CurtinActive circuit involves a consecutive series of exercises that are performed with short rest periods between them. The circuit focusses on 5-10 exercises that are repeated to target different muscle groups and systems e.g. flexibility, endurance, cardio, strength, and balance.  

These are 45-minute sessions where you’ll not only sweat it out but also connect with your trainer and fellow participants. After the workout, there’s additional time allocated for stretching and mingling, allowing you to discuss your progress and fitness goals in a supportive environment. 

If you’re eager to join this program, please contact our membership team by using our online inquiry form and we ‘ll be in touch to answer questions, organise an obligation-free tour (with a required ESSA/medical screening) to help you get started. 

PAEDS Program

(Physical Activity Program for children and teens) – Term 2 Expressions of Interest

Curtin’s PAEDS program helps develop and improve locomotive, object control and proprioceptive skills for children aged 5 to 15 years. Individualised exercise rehabilitation and activity programs are also available to children and teenagers with conditions and pathologies that limit their ability to participate in physical activity.

Group sessions are overseen by an Accredited Exercise Physiologist, and children are paired up with Exercise Science, Exercise Physiology, Occupational Therapy and Physiotherapy students.

This program is not running in Term 1 2024, however is expected to have a new home in time for Term 2.

To submit your expression of interest please email stadium@curtin.edu.au