Each session costs $5 and all profits will go to the Allanah and Madeline Foundation.
Eastland general manager Steve Edgerton said the centre wanted to offer activities which would “help kids feel good inside and out”.
“Participating in something different such as yoga, boot camp or silent disco arms kids with new skills and opens their minds to new possibilities and creative outlets for them to explore,” he said.
Mr Edgerton said the centre had received an “overwhelmingly positive” response to the program so far and classes were filling fast.
Leading youth psychologist Dr Michael Carr-Gregg said he supported Eastland’s initiative, provided the activities were delivered “in a fun and entertaining way”.
“The wellbeing of young people is at an all time low, so it is good to see Eastland getting this right,” he said.