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Artgym

Boutique Fitness

Artgym is a boutique gym located in Hobart, Tasmania. It offers programs, personal training and group fitness, free of lengthy contracts.

Artgym is open from 6 am to 1 pm/4:30 pm to 7 pm Monday to Friday and on Sundays 8 am to 12 noon or by appointment.

Membership is on a two-weekly basis, with no obligation period at any time. Membership is a cost effective option and recommended if you are serious about achieving your fitness with ongoing support. Artgym membership benefits include special offers, events and personalised programs.

Casual visits are paid in a block of 10 for $150 (with two bonus visits you can give to a friend).

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About

Artgym operates with the philosophy that exercise should be fun, challenging and an adventure, not just another chore to fit into an already over-crowded schedule.

Artgym is here to help you find your own way into a healthier lifestyle, with the approach that works best for your personality and circumstances.

If you’re not a fan of a corporate, one-size fits all approach to fitness, Artgym is the place for you. It’s an environment where style and self-expression are appreciated, and you’re encouraged to hang about for a coffee or a chat with other members. Make sure that exercise is an enjoyable part of your day so that you won’t be tempted to skip it!

timetable

Timetable

Opening hours
MONDAY TO FRIDAY – 6 am to 1 pm/4:30 pm to 7 pm
SATURDAY – closed
SUNDAY – 9 am to 12 noon

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SunMonTueWedThuFriSat
5:30 am
6:05 am
9:00 am
9:30 am
11:00 am
12:15 pm
12:45 pm
4:30 pm
5:15 pm
6:00 pm
class-descriptions

Class descriptions

Bands:
Improve your posture, redefine and strengthen your body utilising resistance bands

Challenge:
Undertake circuit training that include bands, mat exercises, kettlebell exercises and boxing.

Stretch:
Improve the flexibility of your joints as well as your posture and body alignment.

To the Core:
Everybody wants washboard abs! But more than just looks, aim here to develop strong abs that help contribute to overall core strength.

Kettlebell:
A non-nonsense workout that revolves around the swing.

Strength:

A supervised strength training circuit

Step:

Improve strength and cardio fitness with simple step routines.

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Contact

For membership and other inquiries get in touch via the contact form below or give us a call on: +61 437 664 987

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Artgym is located at:
Level 1, 212 Liverpool Street, Hobart, Tasmania

team-profiles
Eilish Kidd

Eilish Kidd

ARTGYM FOUNDER AND TRAINER

Eilish grew up in Tasmania but went away to art school in Melbourne where she met a personal trainer called Kathy who taught her how to work out. This led to fitness qualifications and, in a roundabout way, a trip to Indonesia where she met Miskad in a hotel gym. Then followed ten years spent in Jakarta newsrooms where she worked as a subeditor, features editor and writer specialising in contemporary art. She now lives with Miskad, and their three children, in Hobart.

Eilish’s vision is to create a gym that will balance functional fitness with aesthetics. As an artist and a personal trainer, Artgym allows her to combine her two great passions. In recent times she’s become adept in kettlebells, a form of dynamic, high intensity resistance training, suited to a wide range of fitness levels. As well as running her business, Eilish is what you might call a ‘soccer mum’ (literally, her children are obsessed with it). She understands how tricky it can be to find time for exercise and is committed to helping Artgym members and guests make the most of their time in the gym.

Miskad

Miskad

ARTGYM HEAD TRAINER

Miskad’s dad was a rice farmer with a hunch about the value of education. He sent Miskad off to uni in the Big Smoke to be a PE teacher because it was the cheapest qualification. Miskad was the skinniest aerobics instructor in Jakarta but quickly built himself up in size and reputation, eventually managing the largest gym in this city of nine million people (Fitness First at Plaza Semanggi).

Miskad moved to Hobart in 2010, where he has become known as the ‘smiling assassin’. He’s currently also a group exercise teacher at TasTafe and is South Hobart Football Club’s strength and conditioning coach. Miskad teaches just about any class you can imagine, including Indonesian favourites like Tae Bo and Body Language, but has a particular fondness for freestyle aerobics. He has about twenty years of experience as a personal trainer and prides himself on keeping workouts fresh and entertaining. He has been known to make some amusing noises while teaching group exercise classes.

Eilish Kidd

Eilish Kidd

ARTGYM FOUNDER AND TRAINER

Eilish grew up in Tasmania but went away to art school in Melbourne where she met a personal trainer called Kathy who taught her how to work out. This led to fitness qualifications and, in a roundabout way, a trip to Indonesia where she met Miskad in a hotel gym. Then followed ten years spent in Jakarta newsrooms where she worked as a subeditor, features editor and writer specialising in contemporary art. She now lives with Miskad, and their three children, in Hobart.

Eilish’s vision is to create a gym that will balance functional fitness with aesthetics. As an artist and a personal trainer, Artgym allows her to combine her two great passions. In recent times she’s become adept in kettlebells, a form of dynamic, high intensity resistance training, suited to a wide range of fitness levels. As well as running her business, Eilish is what you might call a ‘soccer mum’ (literally, her children are obsessed with it). She understands how tricky it can be to find time for exercise and is committed to helping Artgym members and guests make the most of their time in the gym.

Miskad

Miskad

ARTGYM HEAD TRAINER

Miskad’s dad was a rice farmer with a hunch about the value of education. He sent Miskad off to uni in the Big Smoke to be a PE teacher because it was the cheapest qualification. Miskad was the skinniest aerobics instructor in Jakarta but quickly built himself up in size and reputation, eventually managing the largest gym in this city of nine million people (Fitness First at Plaza Semanggi).

Miskad moved to Hobart in 2010, where he has become known as the ‘smiling assassin’. He’s currently also a group exercise teacher at TasTafe and is South Hobart Football Club’s strength and conditioning coach. Miskad teaches just about any class you can imagine, including Indonesian favourites like Tae Bo and Body Language, but has a particular fondness for freestyle aerobics. He has about twenty years of experience as a personal trainer and prides himself on keeping workouts fresh and entertaining. He has been known to make some amusing noises while teaching group exercise classes.