Belgravia Health and Fitness is a fitness franchise company with over 20 years’ experience in creating active, healthy communities.
Its portfolio includes Genesis Health + Fitness, Coaching Zone Group Personal Training and Ninja Parc Indoor Obstacle Course.
Affiliated with JUMP! Swim Schools and BK’s Gym and Swim, Belgravia Health and Fitness supports more than 100 franchise locations across the country.
It also forms part of the Belgravia Group: a private group of health, leisure, tourism, property, finance and technology companies with more than 200 locations and 7,000 employees Australia-wide.
We do what we say we will
Grow the business and our people
Look for way to innovate in all areas
Lead by example, take on new challenges
We pride ourselves on strong business integrity
We all succeed together
Attract, develop and challenge our people
Despite restrictions easing in regional Victoria almost a week ago and today’s announcements regarding the easing of some rules in metro Melbourne, gyms across greater metro Melbourne remain orderedRead More
Ninja Parc is open for business in Melbourne! Its third centre – the first for the city and the state – opened at 13-17 Burton Court Bayswater on January 16. The opening saw over 200 kids andRead More
Melburnians are set to be treated to an experience like no other with Ninja Parc, one of Australia’s largest indoor obstacle courses, opening in Bayswater on January 16 2021. Ninja Parc taps into thRead More
Damien Spann will take ownership of the site on Monday, 14 December 2020 after acquiring the business from Genesis Health + Fitness’ parent company Belgravia Health and Fitness. The Redlynch site isRead More
In this edition we caught up with fitness experts, Kate Groube from Genesis Health + Fitness and Mitch Bird from Ninja Parc Indoor Obstacle Course. The topic of conversation: how they’re stayingRead More
Genesis Health + Fitness reopened its five Western Australia (WA) clubs on Monday, 18 May. The reopening coincided with the WA government’s move to its stage two easing of COVID-19 restrictions. InRead More