What we’re about
We’re a fun, hard-working community gym with an open and inclusive approach, because everyone’s journey is different.
We’ve now helped over 300 clients gain more movement and fitness to live happier, healthier lives.
Whether you’re young or old, coming back from injury, on the NDIS or with your own specific needs, a teenager, pregnant, a family with kids or a total beginner, come and join our amazing fit family.
Our gym and facilities
Large Indoor and outdoor workout spaces
Ample equipment from strength machines to fit balls
Stationary bikes for pedal x
Shower and toilet on site
Kitchen facilities with cooking demos
On-street parking, bike access and public transport
Our events and activities
Be a part of our community gym and you can join us for fun, social activites throughout the year. Here’s just some of the things we get up to:
Hi, I’m Cass, and I started Power To Move, our Ridleyton community gym, in 2018.
I’m a mum of 2 teenage kids, and when they were smaller they weren’t interested in football, soccer, netball or other school sports. As a teenager, I was an athlete, so it was important to me that my children be fit and engage in some sort of activity. My husband and I joined a local gym, and could have our children attend classes with us. But we weren’t the norm, and gym’s normally do not let 8 and 10 year olds do bootcamps or boxing classes.
I didn’t want Power To Move to be yet another gym where people felt excluded because they weren’t fit enough, were too young or old, or didn’t have the same abilities as others. I wanted to create a community where everyone could work out together with no judgement.
Our main goal is to be the catalyst that helps you achieve your fitness, strength, movement and lifestyle goals, no matter who you are or what you can do.
To Inspire and nurture every person to move and feel better each day.