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Nautilus Plus prepares to celebrate its 40th

Nautilus Plus prepares to celebrate its 40th

News September 18, 2017

Treat yourself to the NEW BAG for only $9.95*!

Member exclusive offer


  • Price after applying the $20 discount included with the annual subscription. $7.46 for platinium members who benefit an additional 25% discount. Details at the reception.
Nautilus Plus prepares to celebrate its 40th

New : Online Registration

News August 15, 2017

It’s now possible to subscribe online at Nautilus Plus!

The annual Boomerang membership offers you a credit of $1.50 for each workout. Nautilus Plus also offers you a session with a personal trainer or a nutritionist, 6 Bodë express tests, $20 off the Nautilus Plus sports bag and access to our network of 40 clubs.

Determine the cost of your membership based on how often you work out and discover how much you can save.

Nautilus Plus prepares to celebrate its 40th

Summer opening hours

News June 7, 2017

During the summer season commencing June 25, there will be a change in the opening hours at some of our centers. As of this date, you will be able to consult our new schedules in the “centers” section of our web site.

All our locations will be closed on June 24th and July 1st in observance of Saint-Jean-Baptiste Day and Canada Day respectively. Furthermore, we will be closing at 8 PM on June 23 and June 30.

Nautilus Plus prepares to celebrate its 40th

Schedule for National Patriots’ Day

News May 19, 2017

Please note that Nautilus Plus will be maintaining regular operating hours on Monday, May 22, except for Place Victoria which will be closed.

Nautilus Plus prepares to celebrate its 40th

Nautilus Plus receives a fifth nomination as one of Canada’s Best Managed Companies

News March 10, 2017

St-Hubert, March 10, 2017 – For the fifth consecutive year, Nautilus Plus is part of the prestigious list of best managed companies in Canada. Named as a Gold Standard winner, Nautilus Plus stands out for its strong leadership and innovative business decisions. The Best Managed program recognizes the cream of Canadian-owned and managed companies that demonstrate strategy, competence and commitment to achieving sustainable growth.

‘’Best Managed companies deserve recognition for their entrepreneurial approach to excelling in an uncertain economic climate. They truly bring out the best in Canadian business leadership,” said Lorrie King, Partner, Deloitte and Co-Leader, Canada’s Best Managed Companies program.

An industry leader in physical conditioning and nutrition, Nautilus Plus can count on more than 500 healthcare professionals to help fulfil its mission. Their personal trainers and nutritionists are all qualified and university-educated in their field enabling them to share the highest quality of knowledge and skill.

Nautilus Plus managed to distinguish itself through innovative strategies in the extremely competitive and undisciplined market of physical fitness and weight loss. In order to solidify its commitment to “made to measure results”, Nautilus Plus launched the Boomerang membership. A unique new concept which rewards the member with a monetary discount every time he works out. The specific objective of the program is to increase motivation and to promote regular attendance in its centers. For every training session, the member gets a $1.50 credit on the cost of their membership. Simply put, for every visit, the member improves their health and saves money!

“Contrary to some operators who sell low-priced memberships and bet on their members’ failure, we at Nautilus Plus offer infrastructures that aim principally at allowing those who truly wish to improve their physical condition and reach their fitness goals to do so in the best possible way,” specified Richard Blais, President and Chief Executive Officer at Nautilus Plus.

Established in 1993, the Best Managed Companies in Canada program is the most prestigious listing of organizations in the country. The nominations are evaluated by an independent jury that measures overall performance, leadership, strategy, basic competency, inter-functional collaboration and talents within the organization.

About Canada’s Best Managed Companies
Canada’s Best Managed Companies continues to be a mark of excellence for Canadian-owned and managed companies with revenues over $10 million dollars. Every year since the launch of the program in 1993, hundreds of entrepreneurial companies have competed for this designation in a rigorous and independent process that evaluates their management skills and practices. Awards are granted on five levels: 1) Best Managed (new winner selected each year); 2) Requalified (repeat winners retain the Best Managed designation for two additional years, subject to annual operational and financial review); 3) Gold Standard (companies that obtain the Best Managed designation for a fourth consecutive year, subject to annual operational and functional review, these winners have demonstrated their commitment to the program); 4) Requalified from the Gold Standard category (companies that obtain the Best Managed designation for a fifth and a sixth consecutive year subject to annual operational and functional review); 5)Platinum Club members (winners that maintain their Best Managed status for at least seven consecutive years). Program sponsors are Deloitte, CIBC, National Post, La Presse, Smith’s School of Business and MacKay CEO Forums. For further information, visit

About Nautilus Plus
Nautilus Plus is committed to helping the Quebec population improve their level of fitness and develop healthy eating habits. The firm provides its members with the best possible conditions for improving their health and quality of life through supervision in the areas of physical conditioning and nutrition. This commitment is conveyed in their search for partners that are themselves engaged in an overall health approach.