The Strong Women Network
Our Network focuses on developing strong mentor/mentee relationships to help students with their crucial leadership and vocational skills, networks and career pathway opportunities. We warmly welcome Trans-women and non-binary people to the Network also. Applications for Semester 1 2022 are now open. More information and registration here.
Strong Women Programs - Semester 1 2022
Introduction to Group Fitness classes
During semester 1, the Strong Women Program is running introductory Cycling and Small Group Training classes for Women students!
Each class includes 4 classes over consecutive weeks and builds a foundation for getting into group training environments.
SW Programs for Semester 1
Cycling studio in SC:
- Intro to RPM Cycling - 12:15-1:00pm - Tuesday 3/5, 11/5, 17/5 & 24/5
Small Group Training space in BC:
- Intro to Small Group Training BC - 11:30 -12:00pm - Tuesday 3/5, 11/5, 17/5 & 24/5
- Intro to Small Group Training LSF - 1:00 -1:30pm - Tuesday 3/5, 11/5, 17/5 & 24/5
Sport and Active Recreation
Through the provision of participation and leadership opportunities, the Program will foster a gender-equitable environment at MU Sport in which our women students can prosper, and where women’s achievements in sport are proactively promoted and celebrated.
MUAC Strong Runners Program
Melbourne University Athletics Club’s strength training for women and non-binary students, staff and community members.
Suitable for all ages, fitness levels and athletic ability.
Date & time: WEDNESDAYS & FRIDAYS 7:30AM - 8:30AM
Location: University Athletics Track
Cost: $10 per session
Sessions by Elizabeth Ruach of MyoFitness
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for registration details
MU Sport Strong Women
Expression of Interest
We will reactivate our Strong Women Network and women-only fitness classes later in 2021. Register your interest below to receive up dates regarding these programs.
For more information on the Strong Women Program, how to get involved with sport at the University of Melbourne, and the opportunities available for women and non-binary students, staff and community members, please contact Ange La Scala.