The Comox Community Centre hosts a week of fun, safe and free fitness programs Sept. 8‐13. (Pixabay)

Comox Community Centre offers free fitness week

The Comox Community Centre hosts a week of fun, safe and free fitness programs Sept. 8‐13.

Try spin, yoga, meditation, Pilates and fitness program samplers with a variety of participant levels and abilities for free.

This is a chance for regular customers who haven’t yet returned to the community centre, or new customers to see the COVID‐19 procedures first-hand.

“Staff have worked diligently to follow provincial, WorkSafeBC and health authority guidelines, and we have extra cleaning and occupancy limits in place to keep everyone safe,” said recreation supervisor Amy Bauman. “We really hope the public takes advantage of these free program samplers.”

Participation is free but you must pre‐register due to small class sizes and contact tracing.

For more information and the full schedule of classes, visit, follow Comox Recreation on social media or call the Comox Community Centre at 250‐339‐2255.

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