SpeedFit Claremont, WA
Conveniently located near Claremont Quarter Shopping Centre, we’re on the corner of St Quentin Avenue & Stirling Street (west end of St Quentin Avenue on the south side, across from Tyrepower car park)
Our Claremont branch has it all:
- Easy commuting just off Stirling Highway
- Less than 10 mins walk from Claremont train station
- Across the road from Claremont Quarter SC
Free 1-hr street parking is available on St Quentin Avenue & adjacent streets in the area
Free 3-hr parking is available in Claremont Quarter & more free above-ground parking near Typika Cafe
Bus stop Stirling Hwy after Stirling Road (Stop No: 10366) – 190m or 2-min walk (https://goo.gl/maps/6veNKExwfbz)
Bus stop Stirling Hwy after Queenslea Dr (Stop No: 10404) – 210m or 2-min walk (https://goo.gl/maps/Kcogk5bwFWk)
Bus stop Stirling Rd after Mount St (Stop No: 19534) – less than 50m or less than 1-min walk (https://goo.gl/maps/SFMFdiC8ycx)
Claremont Train Station – 600m or 8-min walk
We look forward to your visit! Contact us on 9384 6182 (Claremont) at any time.
Lauren Travers - Studio Manager
Lauren is a fully qualified Personal Trainer, Nutritionist, and Yoga instructor with a passion for wellness and healthy living. For as long as she can remember, she has followed her true calling in life; Helping others.
With over 5 years of experience, Lauren has worked in a variety of settings including natural health, strength and conditioning, elderly mobility, weight loss and group fitness. Her passion for fitness and travel has seen her working onboard luxury cruise ships around the world and teaching Yoga throughout India and Nepal.
Originally from Lithuania, Ed has been passionate about movement since he was a child. His 12-year exercise journey started when he first threw himself into martial arts. Later came a bachelor degree and career in physiotherapy, work as a professional street dance teacher and Personal Trainer and now, SpeedFit instructor!
Ed has worked with people of all ages, abilities, and conditions, from professional athletes to retired seniors and young children.