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The  coronavirus has changed everything. With our beloved industry virtually at a standstill, clubs all over the globe are still figuring out how to do business in this unprecedented new normal. 

What remains steadfast however, is our mission to create a fitter planet by helping more people fall in love with their club. We are committed to helping our Club Partners and Instructors to create success – even through these trying times. One way we’re supporting our tribe during this tumultuous time is by creating a series of insightful webinars to help clubs prepare themselves for what lies ahead. In this compelling webinar series, you’ll hear from our team of Business Partnership Managers in Australia and Southeast Asia, who’ll share top tips for survival, and expert advice for revival once the landscape starts to improve.

Guest speakers with real-life experience will also discuss how they’re getting through this critical time. We’ll also take a deep-dive into the eight essential components of group fitness management, which will again help to ensure that you’re well prepared to welcome your Instructors and members back when the time finally arrives.

Les Mills Asia Pacific is committed to sharing the ideas, tips, strategies and resources to ensure that our Club Partners and Instructors are immediately placed on the right path to long-term success, when our Government gives the green light to reopen our industry’s doors.


Check out the webinar schedule below, and click the links to register your FREE attendance.




Webinar 1: Embracing the New Status Quo
Tuesday 28 April 2020
9am SGT & MYT (UTC+8) / 11am AEST

Join the LMAP Team of Business Partnership Managers for an open and honest discussion about the current industry climate. You’ll share in a complete rundown of the solutions that both Les Mills Asia Pacific and Les Mills International are delivering to Club Partners all over the globe. Plus, you’ll discover some innovative strategies to help you stay connected to your members during lockdown, which will help to ensure you’re among the first places they return to when restrictions are lifted.




Webinar 2: How To Create A Successful Online Business
Thursday 30 April 2020
2pm SGT & MYT (UTC+8) / 4pm AEST

Join two of our Business Partnership Managers, Miriam (NSW) and Tyler (VIC) as they chat with industry stakeholders to discuss the most successful strategies they’ve implemented during the shutdown period to maintain an income source, keep a social connection to their members, implement a membership referral plan, and continue to motivate their team.







Webinar 3: The Importance of Metrics: Part 1
Tuesday 5 May 2020
11am SGT & MYT (UTC+8) / 1pm AEST

Join two more of our Business Partnership Managers, Lee (WA) and Kathryn (QLD and TAS), as they explore the first component of successful group fitness management: creating a scoreboard. In this enlightening session you’ll learn how to:

  • collect, interpret and use data from within your business
  • drive success through increased attendance and retention.
  • implement some effective goal-setting tools to map out where you expect to land after the current situation
  • strategise your growth after your doors reopen.



Webinar 4: The Importance of Metrics: Part 2
Thursday 7 May 2020
11am SGT & MYT (UTC+8) / 1pm AEST

 Join our Business Partnership Managers, Lee (WA) and Kathryn (QLD and TAS) as they chat with the powerhouse duo that is Jon and Joely Davie from World Gym. You’ll discuss how the tools from Webinar 4 (Creating a Scoreboard) can drive real results for your club. You’ll also explore strategies they’ve implemented to grow their online presence and maintain a social connection with their members during the shutdown period.​







Webinar 5: Recruiting Key Players to Build a Winning Team - Part 1
Tuesday 12 May 2020
11am SGT & MYT (UTC+8) / 1pm AEST

We all understand how having the right instructor can generate long-term member retention, but finding the right staff is often one of the hardest tasks. Join Scott (Business Partnership Manager for SA, NT ACT and VIC) and Jasmine (Launch Coach) for a truly insightful discussion where you'll learn:

  • how to identify “A-grade players”
  • where to find them
  • how to attract them to your business.



Webinar 6: Recruiting Key Players to Build a Winning Team - Part 2
Thursday 14 May 2020
11am SGT & MYT (UTC+8) / 1pm AEST

Join Jasmine (Launch Coach) and Scott (Business Partnership Manager for SA, NT, ACT and VIC), who’ll take you through the steps to create and deliver a successful recruitment event. Joining them will be a regional club owner who is successfully targeting members and mentoring them into instructors; and as a National Group Fitness Manager from a growing chain - both of whom will explain how they built their instructor base using recruitment events and by targeting members across different locations.







Webinar 7: The Science and Art of Motivation: Part 1
Tuesday 19 May 2020
11am SGT & MYT (UTC+8) / 1pm AEST

Join two of our Business Partnership Managers, Tyler (VIC) and Miriam (NSW) for a discussion around the differences between financial and non-financial rewards. From this insightful chat you’ll discover the keys to long-term staff loyalty and engagement, by better understanding the key drivers of motivation and how you can inspire your team to bring their A-Game every day.



Webinar 8: The Science and Art of Motivation: Part 2
Thursday 21 May 2020
11am SGT & MYT (UTC+8) / 1pm AEST

Australian Business Partnership Managers, Miriam (NSW) and Tyler (VIC), are joined by Fiona Kriaris and Leisl Klaebe to discuss proven strategies to uniting and motivating diverse teams. You’ll discover if there are differences between how full-service clubs and boutiques motivate their teams, and the practical ways you can improve your current methods for even better results.







Webinar 9: 10 Tips Surviving & Thriving COVID-19 For Fitness Centre
Wednesday 27 May 2020

Business Partnership Managers Samson (ID) & Iskandar (MY) share their comprehensive list of helpful resources on what to do during closure and reopening planning.