1. Lacrosse


    Lacrosse is a team game where goals are scored by shooting a ball into a net, using a stick with a pocket on the end, called a crosse.

  2. Land Sailing


    Land sailing, also known as sand yachting, land yachting or dirtboating, entails overland travel with a sail-powered vehicle, similar to sailing on water.

  3. Laser Tag


    Laser tag is a recreational shooting sport where participants use infrared-emitting light guns to tag designated targets.

  4. Latin


    Latin dancing consists of five dances: the Rumba, Cha Cha, Samba, Paso Doble' and the Jive.

  5. Laughter Yoga


    A form of yoga which uses exercises designed to make people laugh.

  6. Lead Climbing


    Lead climbing (or leading) is a technique in rock climbing where the lead climber clips their rope to the climbing protection as they ascend the climbing route, while their second (or belayer) remains at the base of the route belaying the rope to protect the lead climber in the event that they fall. The term is used to distinguish between the two roles, and the greater effort and increased risk, of the role of the lead climber.

  7. Learn to Ride


    Teaching children, young people and adults how to ride a bicycle

  8. Legs Bums And Tums


    This class focuses on toning up legs, bums and tums.

  9. Les Mills Grit™


    LES MILLS GRIT ™ is 30-minute's of high intensity interval training (HIIT), developed by experts to deliver transformative results. It's the kind of workout that transcends your speed, your strength and your height.

  10. Les Mills Tone™


    A mix of cardio, resistance and core while playing with different training concepts to ensure everyone gets the best results from their workouts.

  11. Lifesaving Sport


    Lifesaving Sport is a competitive sport that gives you the opportunity to compete with fellow lifesavers and grow your essential lifesaving skills.

  12. Lindy Hop


    Lindy is a fusion of many dances that preceded it or were popular during its development but is mainly based on jazz, tap, breakaway, and Charleston. It is characterised by fast rotations, swing outs and high-energy footwork

  13. Line Dancing


    This is a type of country and western dancing in which dancers line up in a row without partners and follow a choreographed pattern of steps to music.

  14. Lishi


    Lishi comes from China and is a physical practise of ancient science and philosophy. People who practise Lishi become fitter, healthier and happier.

  15. Locking


    Locking is a style of funk dance, which is today also associated with hip hop. The name is based on the concept of locking movements, which means freezing from a fast movement and "locking" in a certain position, holding that position for a short while and then continuing at the same speed as before. It relies on fast and distinct arm and hand movements combined with more relaxed hips and legs.

  16. Long Form Cricket


    e.g. 40-50 Overs

  17. Long Jump


    Long jump (historically called the broad jump) is a track and field event in which athletes combine speed, strength, and agility in an attempt to leap as far as possible from a take off point.

  18. Low Ropes


    Low ropes courses consist of a series of real and imaginary obstacles designed to challenge groups and individuals to work together to accomplish a task.

  19. Luge


    Luge is the fastest sport in the Winter Olympics, where athletes ride a flat sled through a course face up and feet first.

  20. Lyrical


    Lyrical dance is a combination of ballet and jazz dance that often uses music with lyrics to inspire the movements of the dancer. Choreographers use the lyrics from the song to inspire the dance and the result is a style that focuses on strong emotion as well as a more individual approach than some dance styles. It is also a very precise dance with the dancer’s movements portraying the emotion and story of the song.