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Gym & fitness classes

The School of Health gym members have access to the latest teaching methods, the most recent research findings, and to the most advanced fitness equipment which allows them to track their personal goals and their progress.

Member benefits

  •  Access to health programs and services
  •  Opportunities to participate in research activities
  •  Guidance from certified fitness professionals

Gym membership rates

Membership per category

  Concordia students Concordia alumni, staff, or older adults (60+) Regular New Dual-Member Concordia Students
Day Pass $5 $8
$10 n/a
10-Day Pass $50 $80 $100 n/a
1 Month $31 $50 $69 n/a
2 Months $47 $68 $120 n/a
3 Months $66 $90 $155 n/a
4 Months (Semester) $70


$160 $120
Annual (see details) $196 $250 $430 $290

The new dual membership option for Concordia students allows access to both of Concordia’s gyms; the conditioning floor (Loyola campus) and Le Gym (Sir George Williams campus).

Rates are subject to applicable taxes. Payments can be made by Interac, VISA, Mastercard or American Express. The conditioning floor follows the University Academic Calendar and will be closed September 4 (Labour Day), October 9 (Thanksgiving Day), and several days over the holiday period (December 23 – January 7, the schedule will be posted in December).

The 10-day pass is good for any 10 days for a year from the date of purchase.

For more information, download the Fall 2023 Community Health Programs booklet.

Annual gym memberships

Full-year memberships include use of a Smart Key.

Available to one-year members only. Includes a towel card, a membership hold of up to 8 weeks, and a locker. There is a limited amount of lockers. Program available until quantities last.

Available to one-year members only. Includes a towel card, a basic assessment and program with a student trainer, a membership hold of up to 4 months, and a locker. There is a limited amount of lockers. Program available until quantities last.

All members are required to use a towel. You are welcome to bring one from home or to purchase one time use of a towel for $1. Towel cards are available at front desk - 20 rentals for $10.

Shower and locker access (day only) are available to Concordia Faculty, Staff and Students who are non-members and use their bikes to travel to and from the University. Faculty/ Staff – $15/semester; Students: $10/semester

We also offer padlocks, athletic therapy, and fitness testing.
Please ask our front desk staff.


Fill out your Clearance and Waiver Forms online

Below is a link to our website where you can securely complete the various clearance and waiver forms that the School of Health requires.

Please complete them online before your visit to register. This will help us serve you more quickly when you visit us in person.

Individual conditioning programs available in the gym

Personal training appointments

If you seek assistance and guidance in your training, the conditioning floor offers assessment & program packages as well as personal training services. These are available in person and through zoom. Please see attached price list.

For more detailed information, download the School's Conditioning Floor flyer.

Group fitness classes

Group classes are fun, social workouts that are available at several levels of fitness and activity. Classes are open to everyone, including non-gym members. Group sizes vary from 6–20 participants. Classes may be cancelled if there are fewer than five registrants.

For more detailed information, download the group class schedule and price list.

Gym hours

  • Monday to Friday: 6:30 a.m. to 10 p.m.
  • Weekends: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Hours may vary according to statutory holidays and Concordia closures.

For details about the athlete training schedule, click here

Gym rules & regulations

Understanding the School

During operating hours of the conditioning floor, those participants on the School's conditioning floor have access to the area and equipment for the purpose of exercise.

A School floor monitor is on duty at all times to ensure the general oversight of the conditioning floor. Participants knowingly exercise autonomously and assume all inherent risks associated with exercise.

If you would like an email update on School of Health closures and new programs offered, please indicate this on the participant information form.

Participant access card

  • You must show your participant access card at the main reception and keep your access card on you while on the School's conditioning floor. Due to the School’s unique security requirements as a research centre, there can be NO EXCEPTIONS to this rule.
  • Replacement card: a replacement card can be purchased for $4.99.
  • Refund policy: Individuals are eligible for a refund. Refund requests must be submitted in writing to the School of Health in order to receive a refund for the unused portion of the access card. A refund will be calculated based on the date of the written refund request. An administrative fee of 10% of the total value of the participant access card will be charged.
  • Medical hold: Upon submitting a written request, a participant may request a hold on their participant access card for a maximum of six months. The participant must submit their request with their participant access card. To reactivate the participant access card, the participant is required to submit a medical clearance note for activity from a recognized health care professional.

Access & code of conduct

Equipment & attire

  1. All personal items must be stored in the locker rooms. Participants without a lock may purchase one at the front desk.
  2. No contents can be left in lockers once you leave the School of Health. Locks left on lockers will be cut and contents of locker will be placed in lost and found. Only gold and platinum members may leave contents in their lockers overnight.
  3. No sports bags or handbags on the conditioning floor.
  4. Equipment and space on the conditioning floor may be reserved for research activities. Steps will be taken to ensure that advance notice is given when equipment will not be available for use.
  5. iPods, cell phones, smartphones or any listening device may be used on the conditioning floor for personal audio use only.
  6. Only sport training clothing, such as T-shirt, sweat pants, and other athletic warm-up gear are to be worn on the conditioning floor. Jeans, jean shorts, any article of clothing with zippers or rivets and other regular outdoor attire are not permitted on the conditioning floor.
  7. Athletic footwear (closed toe and heel) must be worn by all users while training in the facility. No slides or sandals are permitted on the floor.  No outside footwear.

Participants must sign a waiver at registration indicating that they will observe all of the regulations for access to and use of the facilities.

Program participants will be comprised of a diverse population who may be experiencing challenging health situations. As a user of the conditioning floor area, we ask that you be aware of the delicate nature of some of our participants and respect their needs.

The management of the School of Health at Concordia University has the right to revoke access card privileges in case of lack of respect and adherence to the full access and code of conduct.

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