Total Body Fitness
This class will start with a warm up, and cardio exercises, followed by muscle conditioning and balance exercises and will conclude with a cool down and relaxation. This class is good for a beginner and will still satisfy the moderately fit.
Circuit/ Weight Training
This is an exercise program that will focus on improving your strength, endurance, balance and coordination. Each participant will move from station to station to focus on different exercises. You have a choice of logging your progress or just have fun doing the exercise.
A 60 minute barre class, with a kick! Kirstin’s Barre-dio is a workout that focuses on the strength, deep core activation, and stability work of a traditional barre class with choreography that will get your heart rate up. If you’ve been wanting to take your barre training to the next level, or, if you want to improve your cardiovascular health, come sweat with us!
Mondays at 2:20pm, Tuesdays at 9:30am, Wednesdays at 11:00am
Mondays & Tuesdays: We blend classic ballet strengthening exercises with fitness. Powered by energizing, heart pumping music that makes you want to move. This class uses choreographed movement patterns with the support of a ballet barre to take you through a flow of high-powered sequences that will keep you moving and smiling.
Wednesdays: This exciting workout is geared to encourage your body to produce lean and toned muscles. This program blends Pilates with dance, cardio and strength training specifically challenging arms, legs and core to strengthen and lengthen the body.
Functional fitness moves focus on balance, core strength, endurance and multi-joint flexibility. Class begins with a quick 2 min. about your body’s muscles. Followed by 20 mins of cardio, 20 mins of functional strength training, 10 mins. of balance training and 10 mins. of stretching. Focuses on activities of daily living. Great for all levels.
Wednesdays at 2:30pm
A nice combination of regular and restorative yoga. Improve strength of motion while reducing stress and pain with heat building poses that will get your heart rate up! Includes Hatha yoga movements. Cost: $50/members, $70 non-members.
Restorative Yoga is a series of non-weight bearing poses designed to make you feel great during, and after class. The sequence is slow — each pose is held between one and two minutes. Students who like this class say it compliments their active lifestyle.
Mondays 11:20am & 1:00pm
This invigorating yoga based class rejuvenates your brain, challenges your balance, tones and strengthens all your muscles and bones. The moves are taught in varying levels behind a chair so you can be safely guided from pose to pose. Must be able to stand with chair support for 40mins.
This program molded to suit ages 50 and up. The exercises are taught on the mat and focus on lengthening and strengthening all your muscles with the main focus on increasing lung capacity, core strength and flexibility to encourage healthier, injury free bodies, Jill will be using Bender Balls. Please Note: Check with your doctor if you have osteoporosis. This is a continual on-going program, with additional new exercises each term.
Wednesdays, 12:20pm & 1:15pm
This class will help you unwind, improve your balance and gently stimulate your body and soul. This unique program, created by Jill, is based on different forms of Tai Chi and Quigong movement patterns. This class is appropriate and beneficial for all levels.
Sit and Fit Pilates
Tuesdays, 10:45am & Thursdays, 9:45am
This chair class is definitely a good solid core workout. STOTT PILATES breathing and core strengthening principles are the foundation for this solid program. All your muscles will become stronger and longer! Fun equipment is used in this class such as Bender Balls, golf balls, and Therabands. This class is appropriate and challenging for individuals regardless of their fitness level.
Brain & Body Blast
Do you want a class that sharpens the brain and strengthens your bones and muscles at the same time? All the important components of a well-rounded fitness class are covered in this motivating workout. The class involves a ball routine for light cardio, strength and balance training, stretching, and the added challenge of “brain and body puzzles”.
Zumba is a great opportunity to exercise and have fun while doing it. New instructor. This class will be perfectly paced, easy to follow and music will be from the 70-90’s era. Come have fun Monday mornings with Jenna!
In this class Deb will lead you through a variety of meditations and guided visualizations. Meditation helps to reduce stress, slows aging, benefits cardiovascular and immune health and encourages a healthy lifestyle. This class is appropriate for all. Spring into health with this great class!
Cardio-Strength Infusion is for anyone who is looking for a good work out. Class includes muscular exercises and aerobic movement. A group workout that will make you sweat!
A game can be conducted between two players, or two teams of two, three, or four. A match is started by a randomly chosen side being given the opportunity to throw a smaller ball, the jack from one end of the court into a zone from the far end of the court. If the first team misses twice, the other team is awarded the opportunity to place the jack anywhere they choose within the prescribed zone.
The side that first attempted to place the jack is given the opportunity to bowl first. Once the first bowl has taken place, the other side has the opportunity to bowl. From then on, the side which does not have the ball closest to the jack has a chance to bowl, up until one side or the other has used their four balls. At that point, the other side bowls its remaining balls. The team with the closest ball to the jack is the only team that can score points in any frame. The scoring team receives one point for each of their balls that is closer to the jack than the closest ball of the other team. The length of a game varies by region but is typically from 7 to 13 points.
Players are permitted to throw the ball in the air using an underarm action. This is generally used to knock either the jack or another ball away to attain a more favorable position. Tactics can get quite complex when players have sufficient control over the ball to throw or roll it accurately
In the simplest competition, singles, one of the two opponents flips a coin to see who wins the “mat” and begins a segment of the competition (in bowling parlance, an “end”), by placing the mat and rolling the jack to the other end of the green to serve as a target. Once it has come to rest, the jack is aligned to the centre of the rink and the players take turns to roll their bowls from the mat towards the jack and thereby build up the “head”.
A bowl may curve outside the rink boundary on its path, but must come to rest within the rink boundary to remain in play. Bowls falling into the ditch are dead and removed from play, except in the event when one has “touched” the jack on its way. “Touchers” are marked with chalk and remain alive in play even if they get into the ditch. Similarly if the jack is knocked into the ditch it is still alive unless it is out of bounds to the side resulting in a “dead” end which is replayed, though according to international rules the jack is “respotted” to the centre of the rink and the end is continued. After each competitor has delivered all of their bowls (four each in singles and pairs, three each in triples, and two bowls each in fours), the distance of the closest bowls to the jack is determined (the jack may have been displaced) and points, called “shots”, are awarded for each bowl which a competitor has closer than the opponent’s nearest to the jack. For instance, if a competitor has bowled two bowls closer to the jack than their opponent’s nearest, they are awarded two shots. The exercise is then repeated for the next end, a game of bowls typically being of twenty-one ends.
Fitness Related Notices:
1. Please make sure that you check with your doctor to ensure that you are in good physical health to attend fitness classes.
2. Please make sure you bring a change of shoes for the gym.
3. What to bring:
- Comfortable clothing
- Indoor runners
- Yoga mat
- Bath towel to cover your mat
- Hand towel (if using a chair to put feet on)
- 6 ft. Rep Bands are available for $5
- Water bottle
*Mats, bands, water available if you forget yours
*We will no longer be supplying Lysol wipes, please bring your own or use a towel