Fitness

 

Looking for a different kind of gym experience?

Open 365 days a year and located downtown on the University of Toronto campus, the Hart House Fitness Centre features an art deco pool, squash courts, multi-level fitness facilities, suspended indoor track and a variety of spaces for everything from basketball to archery. Eligible UofT students are automatic members, but anyone can join. Learn more about membership options and special discounts.

Registration is now open for Fall classes.

Learn more about recreation and wellness activities at Hart House with our Wellness & Recreation Guide (PDF) >>

For full information about Fall/Winter registered class offerings, pricing and schedules, download our Class Flyer (PDF) >>

Find out more about our Learn to Run Program!

To have Fitness Centre and program schedule updates emailed to you, sign up to our listserv >>


Aquatics

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Hart House Art Deco style pool

Hart House Fitness Centre houses a beautiful, 25-yard pool with an Art Deco skylight. Open swim hours are available throughout the day. Join us for a Drop-in Aquafit class or sign up for a registered class to improve your stroke or take the first step in learning how to swim with our supportive and informative instructors.

Pool Hours

The Hart House Pool will be closed between June 2017 to September 2017, due to renovations on the sky light. During this time, senior members (non-student) will have reciprocal access to the Athletic Centre pool with their Hart House card. Students who have purchased a Summer Student Membership with Hart House do not have access to the Athletic Centre pool, and will need to purchase a summer membership at the Athletic Centre in order to gain access.

 


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Are you ready to get active and have fun on campus? Let the MoveU team inspire and encourage you! Enjoy a walk in the park, a dance class or even a mini-yoga session in your dorm room. Healthy living can improve both your mood and your marks.


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Step-by-step guides to demystify and perfect essential exercises >>