Hearts in Motion

What is Hearts In Motion?

Hearts in Motion has been designed as a Phase 3 Cardiac Rehabilitation program. Research has shown that benefits gained by completing Phase 1-2 Cardiac Rehabilitation will be lost if the exercise and lifestyle changes are not maintained.

Hearts in Motion is a low to moderate intensity exercise program run by an accredited exercise physiologist that is suitable for those with current or previous cardiovascular conditions or risk factors.

Benefits of exercise for heart health.


What if the class time doesn't suit me?

If the class time doesn’t suit you, please still book in for an initial assessment with one of our Exercise Physiologists and they may be able to recommend another class, or provide you with a home exercise program.

When do hearts in motion classes run?

Class timetables vary. Please contact your nearest clinic directly to find out the available time slots for each location.

Do I need to book in?

Yes. Bookings for Hearts in Motion classes are essential. Fill out the form below to register your interest.

What is the cost of a hearts in motion class?

For private clients, per session payment packages are available. Subsidised sessions may also be available through some compensable schemes if you are eligible. Please contact your nearest clinic directly to find out more.

Do I need an assessment prior to commencing the class?

If you have been referred directly from your cardiac rehabilitation coordinator then you may not require an initial assessment before beginning the classes. If you are self-referring to the class then you will need an assessment prior to commencing the class. It will be conducted before you begin your group class and will allow your exercise physiologist to gain an understanding of your goals and capabilities.

What do the classes involve?

The Hearts In Motion classes involve once weekly group exercise sessions. The classes are run by our accredited exercise physiologists and consist of a combination of aerobic and strength based exercises. All exercises are modified for individual abilities.

Do I need a doctor’s referral?

In Australia, physiotherapists, occupational therapists and exercise physiologists are first contact practitioners, so a referral is not required to attend for treatment. There are, however, a few exceptions (worker’s compensation claims, Department of Veteran Affairs, motor vehicle third party claims and Medicare claims) where you will need to see your doctor prior to attending.

Is there a cancellation policy?

At Flexout Health, we understand people get busy and from time to time, emergencies come up and things change. If you cannot keep your appointment, please call us as soon as possible so we can reschedule your appointment.

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