Offering fitness classes, personal training and gym facilities to the Camosun community, the Fitness & Recreation department is your first stop for on-campus health and well-being. We serve students, faculty, staff and the public at both the Lansdowne and Interurban campuses.
On-campus facilities and services
The Fitness & Recreation facilities on both campuses feature a wide variety of exercise equipment and the staff to support you in your workouts.
- Personal training and orientations
- Change rooms, showers and lockers
- Towel service
- Free weights and weight machines
- Cardio equipment
- Fitness studio
Live in the neighbourhood?
Community memberships are available to the public. You'll get access to both campus fitness centres, personal training, towel service and discounted fitness classes.
Camosun alumni get an additional 10% off their community memberships. Available in one-, four-, eight- and 12-month packages.
Sports drop-in and clubs
We offer free, drop-in indoor soccer and basketball for Camosun students and employees.
If you're interested in forming a sports club on-campus, we can support you. Contact our office to find out more about starting up a club.
Latest Wellness Blog posts
April 11, 2018 - 9:27 am • Fitness and Recreation • Taryn Emerson
I tried to make this title as simple as possible, because reducing our impact on the planet is just that, simple! College students are one of the busiest and most stressed demographics, but we are also the next generation of change for the world! And I promise these are indeed really easy ways to reduce your environmental footprint!
March 28, 2018 - 9:07 am • Fitness and Recreation • Chanelle Biggan
We've all heard of “magic” weight loss remedies before. Playing around with “diets” is common and its even more common to fall off track with them because half way through what you thought was claimed to work, you hear of something else claiming completely different! It’s hard enough already fitting everything in your diet that one needs as far as real nutrition goes. So, that being said, what do we really need to be healthy, active humans? And what do our bodies need to function? Enter "macronutrients"!