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Campus Recreation

Fitness classes

Click here for facility hours, closures and weekly program schedule. You will also find the Fall 2024 Campus Recreation schedule posted this page.

Campus recreation has a variety of heart-pumping and zen-building options that will leave you feeling happy and healthy. All instructors are certified and highly experienced and can help tailor classes to all fitness levels.

There are two types of Fitness classes:

  • Drop-in | Fitness: These classes run throughout every semester and individuals can simply scan their Campus Card* and show up and join a class listed on the Drop-in | Fitness schedule. It is recommended you sign-up for a Xplor Recreation Account ahead of time, so that in the event there is a schedule change we can let you know by email! 
  • Registered | Learn to classes: These classes will have a registration fee and a requirement to sign-up before attend a single or series of classes. They are not offered as a "drop-in" sessions. You can register for these classes through Xplor Recreation or in person at the Client Services Desk (E150).

*Drop-in | Fitness classes are included in the Peak Pass Membership. There is also the option to purchase a single day pass or a punch pass if you only want to attend drop-in fitness classes. This information can be found on the Rates & passes website

Drop-in descriptions and schedule

It is recommended to sign up on Xplor Recreation, but it is not mandatory. Sign-in at the Client Service Desk (E150) prior to attending class is mandatory 

Learn how to create your Xplor Recreation account »

Self-Care Yoga

A mind-body practice that combines yoga postures, movements, and breathing techniques to help you reduce stress, increase your energy and an opportunity to take some "me" time.

Monday | Sept 9 - Dec 2 | 12:10-12:50pm | E150 | Norine L

Wednesday | Sept 11 - Dec 4 | 12:10-12:50pm | E150 | Norine L

No fitness classes on during Stat holidays Reading days.

The below fitness classes have been cancelled until further notice due to low participation.

Dance Groove (NEW!)

This is an open-level class for everyone who loves music and enjoys grooving with the beats. The dance style is a mix of Hip Hop, Jazz, Locking, and more. Routines and movement steps will be taught in class. It’s a perfect blend of learning, laughter and pure fun! Lets party!

Spin & Strength

This indoor cycling class is designed for all fitness levels. Starting on spin bikes and focusing on building muscle and cardio endurance with brief high intensity bursts. Then finishes with strength exercises using equipment for improved overall fitness gains.

Body Blast

This total body workout is the perfect mixture of cardiovascular and bodyweight exercises that will help you improve your overall physical well-being and strength. Class is designed for individuals to work at their own pace. Recommended to bring a water bottle and a towel.

Summit Circuit

This circuit style class will focus on building overall body strength, stability, and confidence in the Summit fitness centre. Exercises will incorporate multiple muscles groups with higher repetitions and rest intervals that will also help increase cardiovascular fitness.

Currently, drop-in fitness classes in Chilliwack are free. We do ask that all participants create an Xplor Recreation account and sign up for classes before attending. This helps us monitor attendance numbers and allows us to send email notices to participants if last-minute changes occur to the schedule. 

Learn how to create your Xplor Recreation account »


Yoga Flow

Blending the benefits of active movement yoga practice and a deep connection to the breath. This class will include a warming of the body through dynamic posture sequences, as well as the balance of quiet, cooling postures for an integrated and nourishing practice to help calm and relax the nervous system.

No classes on during Reading Break (Feb 19-23).

Note: Classes are suitable for all fitness levels as instructors will provide modifications or amplifications when needed.  We ask that you wear athletic shoes and clothing bring a water bottle, sweat towel and mat (there will be some fitness mats available)

Please be aware due to a lack of available instructors we still have a reduced fitness schedule. If you or someone you know is a certified fitness instructor, contact

Are you new to fitness?

We welcome all those who wish to participate in our programs. All our programs are open to all fitness levels. Physical activity improves your physical and mental health, even small amounts of physical activity can be beneficial. Participating in physical activity is very safe for MOST people. However, it is recommended to check with your doctor before starting to becoming more physically active.

For more information, visit the Get Active Questionnaire website for their online resources:

Get Active Questionnaire