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Winter? Bring it on! We’ve got you covered with hot and oh-so-cool activities for everyone. Regis tra tion s tar ts December 3, 2012 F aculty of P hysical E ducation & R ecreation

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Activities Guide

Winter 2013

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Get Wild in Winter! Embrace the season of icicles and Jack Frost, and join in a celebration of warming winter activities

Student/Staff Ski and Snowboard January 12, 1830 - 2200

Winter Walk February 6, 1200 - 1250 • University of Alberta North Campus

3-on-3 Pond Hockey Tournament February, 8, 9, 10 • Varsity Field

Cabane à Sucre, Outdoor Skating Party & Sleigh Rides March 3, 1300 - 1530 • Hawrelak Park

Old Tyme Skating Party with the U of A Concert Band March 17, 1445 - 1645 • Clare Drake Arena

Big Pink Volleyball Tournament March 24, 0900 - 1630 • Main Gym

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Faculty of physical education and recreation Facilities and Units phone numbers Faculty of Physical Education and Recreation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 780-492-3341

Main categories Waivers, Class Cancellations and Drop-in Passes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Aquatics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5

Activity Registration Zone – Sales Office . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 780-492-2231

Certifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8

Recreation Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 780-492-2555

Indoor Climbing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13

Golden Bears and Pandas Athletics . . 780-492-2327

Facilities Most of the Faculty’s sport and activity facilities may be rented.

Indoor Cycling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Dance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Fitness Fusion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30

Aquatics Centre . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 780-492-3570

Intramural Recreational Sports . . . . . . . . . . . . 60

Climbing Wall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 780-492-2767

Martial Arts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31

Fitness and Lifestyle Centre . . . . . . . . 780-492-7114 Foote Field (South Campus) . . . . . . . . 780-492-6868 Saville Community Sports Centre . . . . 780-492-1000 Universiade Pavilion . . . . . . . . . . . . . 780-492-3341 Van Vliet Centre . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 780-492-3341 Book North or South Campus facilities online at http://www.physedandrec.ualberta.ca/Facilities/ FacilityBookings.aspx

Mind/Body Fitness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Muscular Strength and Endurance (MSE) . . . 41 Orchesis Dance Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Overall Fitness Development . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 Personal Training and Nutrition Counselling . . 48 Sport And Skills Development . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52

websites Faculty of Physical Education and Recreation www.physedandrec.ualberta.ca Recreation Services www.recservices.ualberta.ca On-line Activity Registration Zone www.activityreg.ualberta.ca Golden Bears and Pandas Athletics www.bears.ualberta.ca www.pandas.ualberta.ca Saville Community Sports Centre www.savillecentre.ca

Sport Conditioning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56 School Break Activity Camps – CAMP4FUN . 57 Sport Clubs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61

Facilities access, usage and MeMbership . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64 how to register For activities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71

Course codes are for registration purposes. Please ensure you have this code when registering or inquiring about a class. All times are listed in military (24 hour) format: (1300 = 1:00 pm). The Faculty of Physical Education and Recreation at the University of Alberta strives to provide awareness of risks associated with each program/activity it offers. It should be understood that there are risks associated with participation in our programs/activities, and that there are risks/dangers which are inherent in each specific activity. These risks include, but are not limited to, loss of personal property, the possibility of personal injury and physical injury to others, such as muscle strain, broken bones, concussions, soft tissue damage, infectious diseases, cardiac arrest, etc., including the possible risk of severe or fatal injury. It is each individual’s responsibility to ascertain whether he/she has any health conditions which make it inadvisable to participate in that activity. We strongly recommend an annual physical exam prior to the start of any program or activity and that additional information is sought at any time a person’s health status changes. Such actions are designed to ensure that participation is within one’s health status/limitations. It should also be understood that the individual is responsible for any medical treatment costs which may occur as a result of participation. Cover design: Evita McConnell Graphics; Layout: Stewart Publishing; Printing: Gazette Press Ltd.

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INDEX Waivers, Class Cancellations and Drop-in Passes .................................................... 4 Waiver.................................................................. 4 Class changes and cancellations ........................ 4 Drop-In Passes .................................................... 4 Drop-In Fees – North Campus ............................ 4 Drop-in Participation – Terms of Use ................... 4

Aquatic Programs ................................................ 5 Morning Fitness Lane Swim ............................... 5 Aquafitness .......................................................... 5 Saturday Learn-to-Swim Lessons ....................... 5 Sunday Learn-to-Swim Lessons .......................... 6 PADI Discover Scuba .......................................... 7 Introduction to Kayaking ...................................... 7 Kayaking Roll Clinic ............................................. 7

Certifications ........................................................ 8 Advanced Lifesaving Courses and Recertification Courses ............................. 8 Instructor Courses/Re-Certifications .................... 9 PADI Scuba Diver Training .................................. 9 CPR Courses ....................................................... 9 First Aid Courses ............................................... 11 Fitness Leadership Certification ........................ 12

Indoor Climbing ................................................ 13

INDEX

Climbing Exposure Session .............................. 13 U Belay .............................................................. 14 Complete Intro to Climbing ................................ 14 U Lead ............................................................... 14 U Climber ........................................................... 15 U Upgrade ......................................................... 15 Youth Club ......................................................... 15 Youth Development Program............................. 16 Private Lessons ................................................. 16 Customized Exposure Sessions ....................... 16 Birthday Party Package ..................................... 16

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Indoor Cycling.................................................... 17 Cycling classes .................................................. 17 Tour Du’ Monde ................................................. 18 Intro to Indoor Cycling ....................................... 18

Dance................................................................. 19 Argentine Tango................................................. 19 Ballet .................................................................. 19 Belly Dance ....................................................... 20 Beginner ....................................................... 20 Intermediate .................................................. 20 Break Dance ...................................................... 20

Confident Core Cabaret .................................... 21 Contemporary Dance ........................................ 21 Beginner ....................................................... 21 Intermediate .................................................. 21 Country Dance – Two Step and Line Dancing ... 22 Dance with Glee ................................................ 22 Flamenco Dance ............................................... 22 Highland Dance ................................................. 23 Hip Hop .............................................................. 23 Introduction ................................................... 23 Intermediate .................................................. 23 Jazz Dance ........................................................ 23 Lyrical Jazz ........................................................ 23 Popping and Locking ......................................... 24 Salsa .................................................................. 24 Salsa: LA and NY Style...................................... 24 Beginner ....................................................... 24 Intermediate .................................................. 24 Advanced ...................................................... 25 Family ........................................................... 25 Ballroom – Introduction ...................................... 25 Latin Dance – Introduction ................................ 25 Street Jazz ......................................................... 26 World Historical Dance ...................................... 26 Zumba® ............................................................. 26 Zumba – Eastern Vibes ................................ 27

Orchesis Dance Group ..................................... 27 Orchesis Modern I – Introductory ...................... 28 Orchesis Modern II – Intermediate .................... 28 Orchesis Modern III – Advanced ....................... 28 Orchesis Jazz I – Introductory ........................... 28 Orchesis Jazz II – Intermediate ......................... 29 Orchesis Jazz III – Advanced ............................ 29 DANCE MOTIF 2013 ......................................... 29

Fitness Fusion ................................................... 30 United Yoga Pilates ........................................... 30 Chill Ride .......................................................... 30 Ride Strong ....................................................... 30 Zumba® – Butts, Guts and Struts...................... 30

Martial Arts ......................................................... 31 Brazilian Jiu Jitsu ............................................... 31 Capoeira ........................................................... 31 Judo ................................................................... 31 Beginner ....................................................... 31 Intermediate-Advanced................................. 32 Practice Session – All Levels ........................ 32

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INDEX Karate – Wado Kai............................................. 32 All Ranks Classes ........................................ 32 Advanced Level Classes .............................. 32 Karate for Adults – All Ranks ........................ 33 Karate for Adults – Advanced ....................... 33 Kickboxing ......................................................... 33 Tae Kwon Do (TKD) ........................................... 34 Beginner ....................................................... 34 Intermediate-Advanced................................. 34 Women’s Self-Defence ...................................... 34

Mind/Body Fitness ............................................. 35

Fit Mix ................................................................ 45 M.A.X. (Metabolic Activation Xtreme) ................ 45 Level One ..................................................... 45 Level Two ...................................................... 46 Parent and Tot Boot Camp ................................ 46 Phat Fitness ....................................................... 46 Rockin’ Cardio ................................................... 46 Step Ahead ........................................................ 46 Surfs’ Up ............................................................ 47 Train to the Limit ............................................... 47 Turbo Kick® ....................................................... 47

Meditation .......................................................... 35 Pilates ................................................................ 35 Pilates mat classes ....................................... 35 Level 2 Mat Pilates ....................................... 35 Core Strength Pilates.................................... 35 Zen Pilates .................................................... 36 Tai Chi ™ ........................................................... 36 Yoga................................................................... 36 AcroYoga ..................................................... 36 Ashtanga ...................................................... 36 Level 2 Ashtanga ......................................... 37 Vinyasa ........................................................ 37 Fun Flow – Vinyasa ...................................... 37 Hatha Yoga .................................................. 38 Women’s Only Hatha Practice ...................... 38 Iyengar Yoga ................................................. 39 Karma Yoga .................................................. 39 Prenatal Hatha ............................................. 39 Parent and Tot Yoga ..................................... 39 Restorative Hatha ........................................ 40 Yoga for Breast Cancer Survivors................. 40 Yogapalooza ................................................. 40

Personal Training and Nutrition Counseling..... 48

Muscular Strength and Endurance (MSE) ....... 41

Intramural Recreational Sports ......................... 60

Abs and Arms .................................................... 41 Butts and Guts ................................................... 41 MSE ................................................................... 42 Functional MSE ................................................. 42 Ultimate Fitness Challenge ................................ 43

Winter Intramural Programs.............................. 60

Overall Fitness Development............................ 43

Climbing Wall ..................................................... 64 Foote Field ......................................................... 66 Saville Community Sports Centre ...................... 67 Van Vliet Centre ................................................. 68

Sport And Skills Development .......................... 52 4 Wall Handball.................................................. 52 Badminton ......................................................... 52 Cross-Country Skiing ......................................... 52 Curling .............................................................. 53 Fencing ............................................................. 53 Ice Skating Classes ........................................... 54 Running ............................................................. 54 Snowshoeing 101 .............................................. 55 Squash .............................................................. 55 Tennis – Saville Community Sports Centre ....... 55

Sport Conditioning ............................................. 56 Martial Arts Conditioning ................................... 56 Golf Season Prep ............................................. 56

School Break Activity Camps – CAMP4FUN... 57 Special Events ................................................... 58

Sport Clubs ........................................................ 61 Facilities: Access and Membership information.................................... 64

How to Register for Activities ............................ 71

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50+ Active Aging ................................................ 43 50+ Walking and Weights .................................. 43 All Weather Warriors ......................................... 43 Beach Body ....................................................... 44 Blast Bootcamp ................................................. 44 Bridal Bootcamp ................................................ 44 Buddy Bootcamp ............................................... 45 Cardio Kickbox .................................................. 45

Personal Training .............................................. 48 Nutrition Counselling ......................................... 51

Registration, withdrawal and transfer policies ................................................. 71

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THE FINE PRINT waivers, class cancellations and drop-in passes Waiver – All participants are required to sign a yearly waiver before beginning the program. The waiver is available on line at www.recservices.ualberta.ca and www.activityreg.ualberta.ca, as well as at the Activity Registration Zone and the Recreation Services service desks.

Class changes and cancellations – We make decisions about class cancellations because of low enrolment the day before the class begins – Minimum enrolments must be met by this time for classes to run. – Under some circumstances, classes with low enrollment may run the first week to encourage registration, but may be canceled in the second week – Although we make every effort to run all classes listed in the Activities Guide, classes may be cancelled because of unforeseen circumstances

Drop-In Passes Drop-in passes provide flexibility in experiencing a smorgasbord of fitness classes. Purchase these at the Activity Registration Zone, Recreation Sports Office, or the Service Desk at Saville Community Sports Centre to attend select classes.

THE FINE PRINT

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4

Denotes a class that permits drop-in passes

Drop-In Fees type of pass

u of a student

u of a Faculty and staff/ or saville community sports centre member/ or van vliet centre member

public

Single Class Pass

$8

$10

$11

10 class punch pass

$70

$85

$94

20 class punch pass

$135

$160

$176

Unlimited winter term pass. (Valid January - April, 2013)

$165

$195

$215

Drop-in Participation – Terms of Use – – – – –

Drop-in passes are available for all fitness development classes as well as many other formats Drop-in pass must be presented with picture ID to the instructor before each class Drop-in participation is on a first come, first served basis and at the discretion of the course instructor Registered participants for a particular class will have priority for attendance over drop-in participants Owing to the popularity of our classes, it may be difficult to gain admittance to certain classes during the first two weeks of the term. However, after the first two weeks of a session, we can generally accommodate all drop-in participants – Passes are non-transferable and non-refundable once purchased. Drop-in passes cannot be exchanged for a credit towards registration in a class.

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PROGRAMS aquatics Aquatic Programs Morning Fitness Lane Swim (Monday to Friday – 06:30 to 09:00) – Participants must purchase a swim pass from the Equipment Room to access Morning Fitness Lane Swim – Passes must be shown to the lifeguard prior to entering the water – Swim will take place in the West Pool Mondays/Wednesdays and in the East Pool on Tuesday/Thursday/Fridays No fitness swim on January 1, February 18, March 29 or April 1 date

adult pass

Youth pass

u of a student pass

January 3-31

$20 per month $200 annual pass

$15 per month $150 annual pass

Free student access thanks to the Campus Recreation Enhancement Fund Students will be required to show ONEcard for free access

February 1-28 March 1-30 April 2-30

Aquafitness – Swimming ability is not required but basic comfort in water is recommended – Flotation belts provided for deep water classes – Aquafitness drop-in passes available for $8 at the Activity Registration Zone and Equipment Room code

date

time

location

cost

22023

January 29 – April 4 (20 Classes)

Tue/Thu 0900-1000

East Pool – Shallow

U of A Students $125 Public $140

22025

February 19 – April 25 (20 Classes)

Tue/Thu 1600-1700

22029

January 14 – March 25 (10 Classes) No class February 18

Mondays 1930-2030

West Pool – Deep

U of A Students $65 Public $80

location and class code east pool

time 0930 0945 1000 1015 1030 1045 1100 1115 1130 1145

Fitness Swimmer 22056

Swimmer 5,6 22135 Parent and Tot 22089

Adult 1 22058 Private 22164 Adult 1 22059

Adult 2, 3 22069

Swimmer 3, 4 22129 Swimmer 1,2 22127

Preschool 1 22106

Preschool 2, 3 22107

Preschool 4, 5 22112

Private 22140

Private 22141

Private 22142

1200 1230

No Classes February 16

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Saturday Learn-to-Swim Lessons January 26 – March 23 (8 Lesson Set)

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PROGRAMS Sunday Learn-to-Swim Lessons January 27 – March 24 (8 Lesson Set) location and class code west pool

time 0930 0945 1000 1015 1030 1045 1100 1115 1130 1145 1200 1215

Swimmer 3,4 22131

Private 22402

Swimmer 5 6 22136

Preschool 3, 4, 5 22115 Fitness Swimmer 22051 Swimmer 1,2 22117

Adult 2,3 22075

Preschool 1, 2 22114 Parent and Tot 22100

Adult 2, 3 22085

Private 22159 Private 22162

Private 22160 Adult 1 22064

Private 22163

No Classes February 17 February 10: classes in East Pool pricing course / level

non-student cost

u of a student cost

Parent and Tot, Preschool, Swimmer Levels 1-2

$45

Swimmer Levels 2 – 6

$50

Fitness Swimmer, Adult Levels

$65

$50

Private Lessons

$180

$160

PROGRAMS

learn to swim program descriptions Parent and Tot (Children 6 months to 3 years) – Structures in-water interaction between parent and child to stress the importance of play in developing water-positive attitudes and skills – Activities and progressions are based on child development, so parents register in the level appropriate for their child’s age – Lifesaving Society Water Smart® tips complement skills learning Swim for Life Preschool Program (3 – 5 years) – Gives children a head start on learning to swim – Develops an appreciation and healthy respect for the water – Progressions ensure children become comfortable in the water and have fun developing a foundation of water skills – Incorporates Lifesaving Society Water Smart® education in all preschool levels Swim for Life Swimmer (Children 6 years and up) – Children learn how to swim before they get in too deep – Progressions accommodate beginners and swimmers who want to build on basic water skills – In-water practice develops solid swimming strokes and skills – Water Smart® education is part of every level – There are six swimmer levels that flow seamlessly into the Canadian Swim Patrol program to make a nine-level comprehensive program

H 6

= Drop in passes accepted

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PROGRAMS Adult Classes (13 years and older) – For beginners or swimmers who want help with their strokes – Participants set their own goals to develop water confidence and smooth, recognizable strokes – Water Smart® education is part of all levels – Instructors adapt lessons to accommodate the needs of adult learners and provide the flexibility for them to select the skills they want to learn to achieve their personal swimming goals Fitness Swimmer (13 years and older) – For swimmers of any age who want to improve their overall physical fitness in the water. – Fitness Swimmer provides a structured approach to improve physical fitness based on accepted training principles and practices including interval training – Participants learn to use pace clocks and timers and reach their target zone. They also create workouts and set fitness goals Private or Semi-Private Classes (8 years and Older) – Instructors will work one-on-one with participants on skills they identify. Suitable for children or adults having difficulty in a particular area of swimming

Scuba Clinics PADI Discover Scuba – One day introduction to scuba diving – Includes membership to U of A Scuba Appreciation Club code

date

time

location

cost

Sat 1600-1800

West Pool

U of A Students $40 Non-students $55

22034

January 19

22035

February 16

22036

March 16

22037

April 6

Kayaking Clinics Introduction to Kayaking – Covers fundamental kayaking skills – Designed for beginners who have little to no kayaking experience date

time

location

cost

January 20, 29 and February 3

Sun 1000-1200

East Pool

U of A Students $85 Non-students $95

22041

March 3, 10 and 17

Kayaking Roll Clinic – Learn the kayak roll in a progressive teaching environment – Recommended that participants complete Introduction to Kayaking prior to registering for the roll clinic

H

code

date

time

location

cost

22038

April 7, 14, and 21

Sun 1000-1200

East Pool

U of A Students $85 Non-students $95

PROGRAMS

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PROGRAMS certiFications Advanced Lifesaving Courses and Recertification Courses Lifesaving Society Bronze Medallion and Bronze Cross (13 years by end of class, or Bronze Star) – Courses open the door to aquatic leadership including lifeguarding and teaching – Swimmers develop lifesaving and leadership skills, including good decision-making – Candidates also receive CPR Level C and AED certification upon completion code

date

time

location

cost

22018

January 20 – March 17 No Class February 17

Sun 1200-1600

West Pool Bleachers

U of A Student – One award $110; both $190 Non-Student – One award $120; both $200

Lifesaving Society Bronze Cross Recertification – Includes CPR-C and AED recertification – Please bring proof of previous certification code

date

time

location

cost

22019

January 30

West Pool Bleachers

22020

February 27

Wed 1900-2200

U of A Student $35 Non-Student $45

22021

March 27

22022

April 24

PROGRAMS

Lifesaving Society Aquatic Emergency Care (AEC) / National Lifeguard Service Award (NLS) · Builds on the fundamental skills, knowledge and values of the Lifesaving Society to develop the practical skills and knowledge required by lifeguards – NLS prerequisites: age 16 by the end of the course; Bronze Cross – Classes meets at West Pool Bleachers AEC includes Standard First Aid, CPR Level C, AED and an aquatic skills module. code

date

time

location

cost

22024

January 23 – March 27

Wed 1700-2200

West Pool Bleachers

U of A Student $290 Non-Student $340

22027

February 23 – March 10

Sat 0900-1700 Sun 0900-1700

22330

March 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, & 28 Sat-Thu 0900-1700

Lifesaving Society NLS and AEC Recertification – Includes Standard First Aid and CPR-C recertification – Must bring proof of previous certification code

date

time

location

cost

22030

January 27

Sun 1000-1600

West Pool Bleachers

22031

February 11

Mon 1600-2200

U of A Student $80 Non-Student $95

22033

March 10

Sun 1000-1600

22032

April 22

Mon 1600-2200

H 8

= Drop in passes accepted

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PROGRAMS Instructor Courses/Re-Certifications Lifesaving Society Lifesaving Instructor/Swim for Life Instructor/CPR Instructor – These three certifications prepare participants to teach Lifesaving Society classes, including Swim-ForLife, Bronze Awards, and CPR – Pre-requisites: Bronze Cross and at least 16 years of age code

date

time

location

cost

22039

February 1-10

Fri 1800-2200 Sat 0900-1700 Sun 0900-1700

West Pool Bleachers

U of A Student $260 Public $280

Red Cross Water Safety Instructor Recertification – Bring proof of previous certification code

date

time

location

cost

22042

February 3 April 7

Sun 0900-1300

West Pool Bleachers

22043

U of A Student $75 Non-Student $85

SCUBA Diving Certification PADI Scuba Diver Training – One of the most widely recognized scuba certifications in the world. These classes fulfill the pool and theory components for PADI certification – The theory will be taught online prior to the start of the pool sessions. Upon registration students will receive an e-pass to access the material – 100 per cent attendance required – SCUBA equipment is provided for pool sessions – We provide a medical approval form upon registration; if you have a medical condition, your doctor must complete the form. Please bring it to the first class code

date

time

location

cost

22044

January 25 – February 15

West Pool Bleachers

22045

March 1-22

Fri 1830-2200

22046

April 5-26

U of A Student $300 Non-Student $315 Price includes e-pass

Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) Courses Recreation Services offers a variety of Red Cross CPR courses and can arrange additional courses to meet the needs of your group. These courses are provided on campus; minimum of eight individuals is required. Please phone 780-492-5578 for further information. CPR ‘C’ (up to 8 hours) Course covers: – How to resuscitate a person who has apparently stopped breathing, is with or without a pulse, or who has an airway blockage and how to use AEDs – Procedures appropriate for infants, children and adults

H

code

date

time

location

cost

22068

February 2

Sat 0830-1630

Van Vliet Centre W-01 and W-07

22073

March 6

Wed 0900-1700

22074

April 23

Tue 0900-1700

Saville Community Sports Centre Classroom #4 (Room 2-239)

U of A Student $72 U of A Staff $86 SCSC/VVC Member $86 Public $96

PROGRAMS

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PROGRAMS CPR’C’ Recertification (4 hours) Provides review and practice of basic resuscitation techniques (including AEDs). Prerequisites – Certification must be valid at the time of recertification – Certificate must be presented at both registration and to the instructor at the beginning of class code

date

time

location

cost

22078

January 22

Tue 1800-2200

Van Vliet Centre W-01

22080

February 20

Wed 0800-1200

Saville Community Sports Centre Classroom #4 (Room 2-239)

U of A Student $42 U of A Staff $49 SCSC/VVC Member $49 Public $55

22082

March 27

Wed 1800-2200

Van Vliet Centre W-01

22084

April 29

Mon 1800-2200

Saville Community Sports Centre Classroom #4 (Room 2-239)

CPR-HCP (Health Care Provider) (Up to 8 hours of instruction) Designed specifically for health care providers who respond to medical emergencies (e.g. doctors, nurses, paramedics, and allied health care professionals). – Instruction on how to resuscitate a person who has apparently stopped breathing, is with or without a pulse, or who has an airway blockage, including rescue breathing (artificial respiration) and the use of automated external defibrillators (AEDs) and bag valve masks (BVMs) – Procedures appropriate for infants, children and adults code

date

time

location

cost

22086

January 5

Sat 0830-1630

Van Vliet Centre W-01

22088

March 16

Sat 0900-1700

U of A Student $72 U of A Staff $86 SCSC/VVC Member $86 Public $96

PROGRAMS

CPR-HCP Recertification (4 hours) Provides review and practice of basic resuscitation techniques (including BVMs and AEDs). Prerequisites – Certification must still be valid at the time of recertification – Certificate must be presented at both registration and to the instructor at the beginning of class code

date

time

location

cost

22093

January 23

Van Vliet Centre W-01

22094

February 27

Wed 1800-2200

U of A Student $42 U of A Staff $49 SCSC/VVC Member $49 Public $55

22095

April 17

Saville Community Sports Centre Classroom #4 (Room 2-239) Van Vliet Centre W-01

H 10

= Drop in passes accepted

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PROGRAMS First Aid Courses Recreation Services offers several Red Cross First Aid courses and can arrange additional Standard First Aid Certification or Recertification courses to meet the needs of your group. These courses are provided on campus and a minimum of eight individuals is required. Please contact 780-492-5578 for further information. Standard First-Aid (15 hours) This two-day course is Alberta Workplace Health and Safety approved and covers comprehensive treatment techniques to manage most common first-aid situations. – Participate in a fun, interactive learning environment – Learn simple techniques for First Aid and CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation) and safety, and healthy lifestyle choices vital to illness and injury prevention – Certified Red Cross instructors individualize training and provide continuous feedback to increase skill retention – Instruction aims for participants to feel prepared and confident to apply their skills in an emergency situation – After completion of this course participants will have qualified for Standard First Aid Certification, CPR ‘C’ and AEDs code

date

time

location

cost

22096

January 12 and 13

Sat 0830-1630 Sun 0900-1600

Van Vliet Centre W-01 and W-07

22097

January 15 and 16

Tue 0900-1700 Wed 0900-1600

Saville Community Sports Centre Classroom #4 (Room 2-239)

U of A Student $110 U of A Staff $128 SCSC/VVC Member $128 Public $143

Sat 0830-1630 Sun 0900-1600

Van Vliet Centre W-01 and W-07

January 26 and 27 February 9 and 10

22101

February 23 and 24

Sat 0830-1630 Sun 0900-1600

Van Vliet Centre W-01 and W-07

22102

March 12 and 13

Tue 0900-1700 Wed 0900-1600

Saville Community Sports Centre Classroom #4 (Room 2-239)

22103

March 23 and 24

Sat 0900-1700 Sun 0900-1600

Van Vliet Centre W-01 and W-07

22104

April 9 and 10

Tue 0900-1700 Wed 0900-1600

Saville Community Sports Centre Classroom #4 (Room 2-239)

22105

April 27 and 28

Sat 0900-1700 Sun 0900-1600

Van Vliet Centre W-01 and W-07

Standard First-Aid Recertification (8 hours) This one-day course provides a review and practice of the comprehensive treatment techniques to manage most common first-aid situations. – After completion of this course participants will have renewed their Standard First Aid Certification and CPR ‘C’ (including AED) – Prerequisites – Certification must still be valid at the time of recertification – Certificate must be presented at both registration and to the instructor at the beginning of class

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code

date

time

location

cost

22108

January 9

22109

February 6

Wed 0900-1700

Saville Community Sports Centre Classroom #4 (Room 2-239)

22110

March 2

Sat 0830-1630

Van Vliet Centre W-01

U of A Student $80 U of A Staff $93 SCSC/VVC Member $93 Public $104

22111

April 6

Sat 0900-1700

PROGRAMS

22098 22099

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PROGRAMS Fitness Leadership Certification – Certification to become a nationally recognized certified fitness leader. – After completing the requirements of the Alberta Fitness Leadership Certification Program, fitness leaders may lead many different types of fitness classes – Certification involves 1. Completing the AFLCA Exercise Theory course 2. Completing a fitness specialty course (and designation if applicable) 3. Pass mark of 80 per cent or higher required on exams 4. Practical assessment OR 1. Proof of approved academic course work 2. Exam challenge with a passing grade of 80 per cent or better 3. Practical assessment – Call the group exercise program coordinator at 780-492-8873 for possible exam sitting, practical assessment opportunities or any other questions or information. – Two specialties are available at the University of Alberta: 1. Group exercise (with designation) 2. Resistance training all dates and times can be found at the provincial Fitness unit’s website at www .provincialfitnessunit .ca

PROGRAMS

Exercise Theory Course (24 hours) – Basic fitness theory course (or approved academic course work) is required for all fitness certifications offered by AFLCA – Topics include: adult leadership, health and fitness, anatomy, physiology, biomechanics, training and conditioning, and nutrition – Emphasis on practical application – Mentorship possibilities available Group Exercise Fundamentals (12 hours) Course is strongly recommended before all Designation courses – Instruction specific to leading group exercise classes – Formats covered may include bootcamp, step, hi-lo, kickbox, muscular strength and endurance, cycling, mind/body – Topics include leadership, trends and media, history, legal responsibility and accountability, class components, music, movement and cueing, developing movement combinations, exercise analysis, and special populations – Emphasis on practical application – Mentorship possibilities available designations Participants are strongly encouraged to complete Exercise Theory, and Group Exercise Fundamentals, before enrolling in a Designation course Cycle Designation (8 hours) – Practical- based course covers specific information for planning, developing and leading recreational indoor cycling classes – Topics include bike set-up and safety, pedaling, cadence, posture, class structure and content; class components, music, leadership and choreography design; movement combinations, cardiovascular conditioning, instruction and cueing Portable Equipment Designation (8 hours) Covers topics specific to planning, developing and leading group exercise portable equipment classes. – Topics include use of portable equipment, evolution, research and guidelines, safety considerations, class structure and content; planning, class components, use of music, leadership and choreography; equipment exercises, movement combinations, instruction and cueing – May include free weights, body bars/barbells, stability balls, tubing/resist-a-bands, BOSU, steps, medicine balls, foam rollers – Emphasis on practical application

H 12

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Faculty of Physical Education and Recreation ~ Activities Guide


PROGRAMS Mind- Body Designation (16 hours) – Gain a deeper understanding of both yoga and Pilates – Learn how to safely and effectively incorporate elements of these disciplines into your classes – Based on the Y.E.S. program and the STOTT method of Pilates – Emphasis on practical application Suspension Trainer Introduction (4 hours) – Learn the correct set up of the RIP 60 Suspension Trainer – Get a feel for the fundamental movements – Intensity options, group formatting and safety concerns will be addressed

indoor cliMbing Location climbing wall SW corner, Universiade Pavilion Phone: 780-492-2767 Email: climbing@ualberta.ca http://www.physedandrec.ualberta.ca/Facilities/ClimbingWall.aspx Our programs cater to people of all climbing abilities from novices to high-performance athletes. We are driven by a passion for climbing and a commitment to promoting the benefits of climbing as a lifestyle.

Indoor Climbing lessons and sessions Climbing Exposure Session This introductory class introduces climbers to the sport. Participants will be taught basic safety considerations, essential movement skills and climbing equipment. – Two hours – 10 minute safety orientation – 35 minutes of movement skills and climbing challenges – 75 minutes of top-rope climbing – Experienced instructors ensure a safe learning environment – No equipment required – Maximum 8 participants – No drop-in passes

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code

date

time

cost

21977

January 16

21978

February 13

Wed 1800-2000

U of A Student $20 Non-Student $22

21979

March 13

21980

April 10

PROGRAMS

– Climbing opportunities include • drop-in climbing • comprehensive instructional lessons • group climbing sessions • youth climbing programs – Participants 18 and older must complete a Waiver of Liability Agreement – Parent or guardian must complete an Assumption of Risk Agreement for a participant under 18 – All equipment is provided for most climbing classes – The Facilities section of this guide has information on hours of operation and admission costs. Please visit our website for current events and schedule changes

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PROGRAMS U Belay Learn the essential skills required to prepare you for our top rope test and to safely top rope climb with one of our Certified ACMG CGI climbing instructors – Two hours – Learn the basics: harness, knots, belay equipment, belay technique – Instruction on climbing movement is not included in this program (refer to Climbing Exposure Session or Complete Intro to Climbing for basic climbing movement skills) – No equipment required – Maximum 8 participants – No drop-in passes code

date

time

cost

Wed 1800-2000

U of A Student $40 Non-Student $45

21981

January 30

21982

February 27

21983

March 27

21984

April 24

PROGRAMS

Complete Intro to Climbing A comprehensive introduction to climbing for beginners; this is our flagship instructional program taught by our Certified ACMG CGI climbing instructors. – 16+ years of age and up – Three hours; three classes – Learn the basics of climbing, including movement skills, knots and belay techniques. – No equipment required – Maximum 12 participants – No drop-in passes code

date

time

cost

21985

January 8, 15, 22

21986

February 5, 12, 26

Tue 1900-2200

U of A Student $120 Non-Student $130

21987

March 12, 19, 26

21988

April 9, 16, 23

U Lead Learn to lead climb with one of our Certified ACMG CGI climbing instructors. In this course you will learn: clipping techniques, rope management skills, communication and terminology, general safety considerations, lead climbing strategies, how to safely fall and other essentials. Course participants must climb solid 5.10 and possess a U of A top rope access card. – 16+ years of age and up – Two hours; two classes – Suitable for intermediate and advanced level climbers – We recommend that course participants register with a competent climbing partner – Equipment requirements: shoes, harness, chalk bag, belay device – Maximum 4 participants – No drop-in passes code

date

time

cost

Mon 1800-2000

U of A Student $90 Non-Student $100

21989

January 14, 21

21990

February 4, 11

21991

March 18, 25

21992

April 22, 29

H 14

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PROGRAMS U Climber (16+ years) Designed to develop your indoor climbing proficiency after completing Exposure Sessions, Belay Skills or Complete Introduction to Climbing; this program will familiarize you with the additional skills required for progression. – 16+ years of age and up – Two hours – 12 classes on Saturdays – Instructional topics include beginner and intermediate movement skills, belay skills, general climbing knowledge and basic conditioning – Equipment requirements: all climbing equipment will be provided, but a top rope access card is required – We recommend that participants purchase a pair of climbing shoes – Suitable for beginner and intermediate level climbers – Maximum 10 participants – No drop-in passes code

date

time

cost

21994

January 12 – April 6 No class March 9

Sat 1000-1200

U of A Student $200 Non-Student $215

U Upgrade (16+ years) A comprehensive training program structured for intermediate and advanced climbers who want to upgrade their climbing ability. – 36 classes – Two hours; three classes per week – Improve climbing fitness and strength with an experienced coach – Sessions focus on building climbing power, endurance and stamina in conjunction with interval training and muscle conditioning – Equipment requirements: shoes, harness, chalk bag, belay device and top rope access card – Maximum 16 participants – No drop-in passes code

date

time

cost

21993

January 7 – April 12 No classes February 18, 20, 22, March 8, 29, April 1

Mon/Wed/Fri 0700-0900

U of A Student $525 Non-Student $560

Youth Club (Ages 8-16) General climbing skills development and fun for beginner and intermediate level youth climbers. A great way to spend a Saturday afternoon gaining climbing knowledge in a fun, supervised environment! – Two hours – 12 classes – No experience necessary – Purchase of climbing shoes recommended but not required – Maximum 16 participants

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code

date

time

cost

22016

January 12 – April 6 No class March 9

Sat 1200-1400

$200

PROGRAMS

Youth Programs

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PROGRAMS Youth Development Program (Ages 12-18) This program develops and prepares motivated young climbers for local, regional and national level youth climbing competition. – 42 classes – Three hours, three sessions per week – Taught by experienced coaches – Registration is required in September and January – Equipment requirements: shoes, harness, chalk bag, belay device and top rope access card – 16 participants max – No drop-in passes code

date

time

cost

22017

January 8 – April 25 No classes March 5, 7, 9, April 13, 20

Tue/Thu 1630-1930 Sat 0900-1200 April 16, 18, 23, 25 1700-2000

$600

Private Lessons for groups and individuals private lessons We can accommodate your schedule and interests with a private lesson with one of our climbing instructors.

PROGRAMS

Customized Exposure Sessions Available for groups, including schools and community organisations for informal events, such as a birthdays or celebrations. This class exposes beginner climbers to the sport to learn essential safety considerations, basic movement skills and climbing equipment. – Two hours – 10 minute safety orientation – 35 minutes of movement skills and games – 75 minutes of top-rope challenges – Experienced instructors ensure a safe learning environment – No equipment required – No drop-in passes Birthday Party Package You take care of the cake and party hats, our instructors take care of the fun and safety. – Two hour exposure session – No experience necessary – No equipment required – No drop-in passes permitted Please contact the Climbing Wall for more information, availability of booking times and the cost of private lessons, customized exposure session and birthday parties. Phone: 780.492.2767 Email: climbing@ualberta.ca

H 16

= Drop in passes accepted

Faculty of Physical Education and Recreation ~ Activities Guide


PROGRAMS indoor cYcling – Takes place on specially-designed indoor road bikes – Based on exercises and cycling techniques used by outdoor race-enthusiasts – Includes interval training, strength drills and endurance rides along with guided imagery to climb hills and race in sprints, accompanied by energetic, motivating music – Intensity is self-monitored and no inherent coordination is required making cycling classes a great exercise for everybody from beginners to tri-athletes – Wednesday’s 1900 class will include five arm ergonometers generously supplied by the Canadian Paraplegic Association access procedures and policies – Number of participants is limited – To ensure a drop in to the class, pick up a cycle token at the Recreation Services Programs Office (Room W-90) prior to each class – Tokens are available 30 minutes prior to the class start time – Photo ID required (e.g. ONE card) to receive a token – Give the token to the instructor to claim a bike Also see Fitness Fusion for Cycle/ Strength (Ride Strong), and Cycle/ Yoga (Chill Ride) Combinations – In these classes participants remain on the bikes for approximately the first 50 minutes, allowing for cycling options with your drop in access. – If the class starts before 1000 or runs on the weekends, please go directly to W-95A – Drop-in participants must already have a drop- in pass. Purchase of drop-in passes is not available on weekends or before 1000

H

Cycling classes code

date

time

location

cost

22061

January 14 – March 27 No class February 18 and 20

Mon/Wed 0645-0730

W-95a

U of A Student $91 U of A Staff $111 SCSC/VVC Member $111 Public $120

22060

January 14 – March 25 No class February 18

Mon 1205-1255

22062

January 14 – March 25 No class February 18

Mon 1700-1750

22063

January 14 – March 25 No class February 18

Mon 1840-1930

22065

January 14 – March 25 No class February 18

Mon 1800-1830

U of A Student $23 U of A Staff $30 SCSC/VVC Member $30 Public $32

22066

January 15 – March 26 No class February 19

Tue 1205-1255

22067

January 15 – March 26 No class February 19

Tue 1710-1800

U of A Student $46 U of A Staff $57 SCSC/VVC Member $57 Public $62

22070

January 16 – March 27 No class February 20

Wed 1125-1155

U of A Student $23 U of A Staff $30 SCSC/VVC Member $30 Public $32

22071

January 16 – March 27 No class February 20

Wed 1205-1255

U of A Student $46 U of A Staff $57 SCSC/VVC Member $57 Public $62

22072

January 16 – March 27 No class February 20

Wed 1710-1800

22076

January 16 – March 27 No class February 20

Wed 1900-1950

U of A Student $46 U of A Staff $57 SCSC/VVC Member $57 Public $62

U of A Student $46 U of A Staff $57 SCSC/VVC Member $57 Public $62

PROGRAMS

W-95a

Continued

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PROGRAMS H

Cycling classes, con’t code

date

time

location

cost

22077

January 16 – March 27 No class February 20

Wed 1900-1950 *ADAPTED*

W-95a

22079

January 17 – March 28 No class February 21

Thu 1205-1255

U of A Student $46 U of A Staff $57 SCSC/VVC Member $57 Public $62

22081

January 17 – March 28 No class February 21

Thu 1710-1800

22083

January 17 – March 28 No class February 21

Thu 1810-1840

U of A Student $23 U of A Staff $30 SCSC/VVC Member $30 Public $32

22087

January 19 – March 23 No class February 23

Sat 1000-1055

U of A Student $41 U of A Staff $51 SCSC/VVC Member $51 Public $55

H

Tour Du’ Monde – Guided endurance training rides – Come and join us for your Saturday long ride, escape the snow by watching beautiful scenery role by on screen – Drop-in fee is a bag of food for the Campus Food Bank code

date

time

location

cost

22090

March 2-23

Sat 1105-1300

W-95A

U of A Student $37 U of A Staff $46 SCSC/VVC Member $46 Public $49

H

PROGRAMS

Intro to Indoor Cycling – Mini classes to introduce you to the terminology and get your bum ready for the upcoming session – Proper bike set up included with the help of your instructor code

date

time

location

cost

22091

January 8

Tue 1700-1745

W-95A

$5

22092

January 10

Thu 1210-1250

H 18

= Drop in passes accepted

Faculty of Physical Education and Recreation ~ Activities Guide


PROGRAMS dance Argentine Tango – Argentine Tango is an elegant, romantic, and sensual dance – a Latin classic – We offer top quality instruction using clear step-by-step method, focusing on technique, finesse and elegance – Dance requires good balance and communication between the partners – we will work with basic exercises and sequences to get the highest possible quality in your dance – Lead and follow skills are essential – Suitable for all ages and abilities – You must register with a partner; fee includes registration of two individuals – Please wear your most comfortable dancing shoes code

date

time

location

cost

22276

January 15 – March 26 No class February 19

Tue 1905-2025

W1-17

22277

January 16 – April 24

Wed 1900-1955

Saville Community Sports Centre Studio

U of A Student $173 U of A Staff $203 SCSC/VVC Member $203 Public $226

Ballet Classical ballet is one of the most expressive, challenging and exquisite dance forms. – Suitable for the beginner and returning ballet student – The focus is on maintaining correct technique, strength, flexibility, and coordination while dancing to a live accompanist – Classes are technically sound, anatomically safe, and are progressive in the vocabulary of ballet while being sensitive to the level of the participants • Thursday is a beginner level class and a review of fundamentals • Wednesday is a mixed level class and is for returning students or participants with past ballet experience • Monday is an advanced level class for returning students or participants with numerous years of ballet dancing experience – Dress: socks are required. Ballet slippers are recommended. date

time

location

cost

January 14 – March 25 No class February 18

Mon 1705-1825

E-19

22278

January 16 – March 27 No class February 20

Wed 1705-1825

U of A Student $92 U of A Staff $113 SCSC/VVC Member $113 Public $122

22279

January 17 – March 28 No class February 21

Thu 1705-1825

PROGRAMS

H

code 22280

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PROGRAMS Belly Dance Belly Dance – Beginner This class is designed as an introduction to belly dance for students with or without previous dance experience. Students are taught the belly dance posture, how to isolate body movement and the basic dance steps, while having fun learning it all! – Students learn to bring movements together in a choreographed dance – Focus is not only on the core, as hips, legs, arms and hands are all used in both stationary and travelling steps – Add elegance by learning basic veil movements (veils are provided at no additional cost) – Add some jingle with a coin belt – not mandatory (available for purchase at the Activity Registration Zone) code

date

time

location

cost

22282

January 16 – March 27 No class February 20 and March 6

Wed 1305-1355

W1-17

U of A Student $55 U of A Staff $68 SCSC/VVC member $68 Public $74

22281

January 15 – March 26 No class February 19

Tue 1805-1855

Ed B-64

U of A Student $62 U of A Staff $76 SCSC/VVC Member $76 Public $82

22283

January 14 – April 22 No class February 18 and April 01

Mon 2030-2125

Saville Community Sports Centre Studio

U of A Student $80 U of A Staff $95 SCSC/VVC Member $95 Public $106

PROGRAMS

Belly Dance – Intermediate This class is designed for students who are comfortable with the movements taught in Beginner Belly Dance. – Learn how to layer shimmies into movements learned in the beginner level – Introduction to new and more challenging movements that build on these – Learn to string movements together in a choreographed dance – Focus is not only on the core, as hips, legs, arms and hands are all used in both stationary and travelling steps – Add elegance by learning basic veil movements (veils are provided at no additional cost) – Add some jingle with a coin belt – not mandatory (available for purchase at the Activity Registration Zone) code

date

time

location

cost

22284

January 15 – March 26 No class February 19

Tue 1235-1355

Ed B-64

U of A Student $92 U of A Staff $113 SCSC/VVC Member $113 Public $122

Break Dance Learn about one of the four elements of hip hop: B-Boying/B-Girling (break dance). The objective of this class is for you to learn the techniques and moves, then apply them to the music creatively in your own way. – Learn and practice various movements, including the key concepts in toprock, footwork, freezes, and power moves – Led by local B-Boy, Pharush – No experience necessary code

date

time

location

cost

22285

January 16 – March 27 No class February 20 and March 06

Wed 1805 – 1855

W1-17

U of A Student $55 U of A Staff $68 SCSC/VVC Member $68 Public $74

H 20

= Drop in passes accepted

Faculty of Physical Education and Recreation ~ Activities Guide


PROGRAMS Confident Core Cabaret – A unique fitness dance class with a cabaret twist! – Incorporate movements for developing core strength and drills to tone up your buns and thighs – Gain body awareness through principles used from Latin dances and Pilates – Strut and shimmy like a diva – Women of all ages, shapes and sizes welcome code

date

time

location

cost

22286

January 18 – March 22 No class February 22

Fri 1805-1900

Ed B-64

U of A Student $50 U of A Staff $62 SCSC/VVC Member $62 Public $67

Contemporary Dance Contemporary Dance – Beginner Contemporary dance is an expressive fusion of modern dance, ballet and jazz. – Explore modern, jazz, and ballet techniques focusing on freedom of movement and emotional expression – No previous dance training required – Wear comfortable clothing (gym/workout clothes) code

date

time

location

cost

22288

January 17 – April 25

Thu 2035-2130

Saville Community Sports Centre Studio

U of A Student $92 U of A Staff $109 SCSC/VVC Member $109 Public $122

22287

January 18 – March 22 No class February 22 and March 08

Fri 1705-1755

W1-17

U of A Student $49 U of A Staff $61 SCSC/VVC Member $61 Public $66

H

code

date

time

location

cost

22316

January 18 – March 22 No class February 22 and March 08

Fri 1805-1925

W1-17

U of A Student $74 U of A Staff $90 SCSC/VVC Member $90 Public $98

PROGRAMS

Contemporary Dance – Intermediate Contemporary dance is an expressive fusion of modern dance, ballet and jazz. – Explore modern, jazz, and ballet techniques focusing on freedom of movement and emotional expression – Participants should have at least two years of previous dance training within the genres of jazz, modern and/or ballet – Wear comfortable clothing (gym/workout clothes)

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PROGRAMS new Country Dance – Two Step and Line Dancing

– Two Step The two-step is a versatile dance. With its spins, turns and endless variety of moves, you’re sure to enjoy yourself out on the dance floor. Learn the fundamentals of the two-step including • basic steps, frame, and connection with your partner • how to move around the dance floor, • good practices in lead and follow • a few fun patterns – Line Dancing • Kick up your heels and learn some inspiring line dances • Taught at the beginner level • No dance experience required Recommended footwear: leather or suede-soled shoes or boots. Women: shoes with straps are preferable (no runners please). Clean indoor footwear only. code

date

time

location

cost

22338

January 14 – March 25 No class February 18

Mon 1805-1925

W1-17

U of A Student $92 U of A Staff $113 SCSC/VVC Member $113 Public $122

Dance with Glee Are you a fan of the TV show, Glee? In this class we will learn ensemble musical numbers in the style of Glee. – No previous dancing or singing experience required – We will stage musical numbers to your favorite songs from Glee and the contemporary music theatre repertoire – Wear comfortable clothing and get ready to have fun! code

date

time

location

cost

22317

January 14 – March 25 No class February 18

Mon 1905-1955

W-87

U of A Student $62 U of A Staff $76 SCSC/VVC Member $76 Public $82

PROGRAMS

Flamenco Dance Fiery, passionate, intense and romantic. Eso es flamenco! Learn the fundamentals of this passionate dance form from Andalusia, Spain. – Covers basic rhythms (compas), footwork (taconeo), arms and hands (braceos and flores) and clapping (palmas). – No flamenco dance background is necessary. Class is suitable for beginners or dancers with limited experience. No partner is required – The class focuses on basic flamenco technique through exercises and choreography – Low-heeled shoes with hard soles are recommended; (no running shoes, please. Although proper flamenco shoes are helpful in learning correct technique, they aren’t necessary. If you wish to invest in flamenco shoes, the instructor can advise where to purchase them – Comfortable clothes to move in – dance pants or a floor length skirt wide enough to allow movement, is preferred code

date

time

location

cost

22318

January 17 – March 28 No class February 21

Thu 1805-1925

W-87

U of A Student $92 U of A Staff $113 SCSC/VVC Member $113 Public $122

H 22

= Drop in passes accepted

Faculty of Physical Education and Recreation ~ Activities Guide


PROGRAMS Highland Dance This introductory level class focuses on linking basic movements and steps into traditional highland dances and choreography – Perfect for those interested in an athletic, graceful and fun form of dance – No highland dance experience necessary – Start by learning the basic positions and movements in highland dance. Next, combine movements to create complete steps, which will then be linked to create complete dances Finally combine various movements and steps to create a class choreography – Each class incorporates a warm-up, and strengthening, and stretching exercises code

date

time

location

cost

22345

January 17 – March 28 No class February 21

Thu 2035-2125

W-87

U of A Student $62 U of A Staff $76 SCSC/VVC Member $76 Public $82

Hip Hop Get into the culture, music and dance of hip hop and funk. This exciting dance class takes you from old school to new school and everything in between. Focus is on style, energy and a ton of fun! – Co-ed classes for all levels Hip Hop – Introduction code

date

time

location

cost

22320

January 14 – March 25 No class February 18

Mon 1935-2025

W1-17

U of A Student $62 U of A Staff $76 SCSC/VVC Member $76 Public $82

22326

January 18 – March 22 No class February 22

Fri 1805-1855

W-87

U of A Student $55 U of A Staff $68 SCSC/VVC Member $68 Public $74

Hip Hop – Intermediate date

time

location

cost

January 18 – March 22 No class February 22

Fri 1905-2025

W-87

U of A Student $83 U of A Staff $102 SCSC/VVC Member $102 Public $110

Jazz Dance – Fun, energetic workout which challenges strength, coordination and concentration – Suitable for beginners or dancers with limited experience code

date

time

location

cost

22331

January 16 – April 24

Wed 2000-2055

Saville Community Sports Centre Studio

U of A Student $92 U of A Staff $109 SCSC/VVC Member $109 Public $122

new Lyrical Jazz

Lyrical Jazz is a graceful, flowing dance form focusing on emotional expression and musicality – Explore a fusion of jazz and ballet technique while connecting to the music – Suitable for beginners or dancers with limited experience

H

code

date

time

location

cost

22339

January 17 – March 28 No class February 21

Thu 1805-1925

Ed B-64

U of A Student $92 U of A Staff $113 SCSC/VVC Member $113 Public $122

PROGRAMS

code 22329

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PROGRAMS new Popping and Locking

Learn the original funk styles from the 70’s that have influenced and shaped today’s hip hop. – Locking is an energetic party dance involving distinct arm and hand movements, rhythmic hip and legs that are tightly synchronized with the music – Popping is a laid back style in which muscles are tensed and relaxed while in various positions to create “hit” effect to accent the music – Both popping and locking styles are still taught and performed worldwide and are an integral part of today’s hip hop culture – Suitable for beginners and those with previous experience – Dress: street gear in which you can move easily; must wear street/runners or dance shoes code

date

time

location

cost

22341

January 18 – March 22 No class February 22

Fri 2035-2125

W-87

U of A Student $55 U of A Staff $68 SCSC/VVC Member $68 Public $74

Salsa Sultry, sensuous and intense! – Learn the basics of salsa quickly and easily – Suitable for all ages and abilities – You must register with a partner; fee includes registration for two – Bring comfortable dancing shoes code

date

time

location

cost

22319

January 17 – March 28 No class February 21 and March 7

Thu 1805-1925

W1-17

U of A Student $155 U of A Staff $188 SCSC/VVC Member $188 Public $204

Salsa: LA and NY Style

PROGRAMS

Try the most popular style of salsa. This style of salsa is fast, energetic, with plenty of great moves. LA and NY Style salsa is structured and has easy to follow patterns that make it fun and easy to learn. This dance involves partner work, however, a partner is not required for registration. We offer beginner, intermediate and advanced classes. Salsa: LA and NY Style – Beginner Learn how to lead and follow your partner with basic techniques that will not only make you a better salsa dancer but help you to understand the fundamentals of partner dancing! – Suitable for all ages and abilities – Wear comfortable clothing (gym/workout clothes) code

date

time

location

cost

22321

January 15 – March 26 No class February 19

Tue 1735-1825

W1-17

U of A Student $62 U of A Staff $76 SCSC/VVC Member $76 Public $82

NEW Salsa: LA and NY Style – Intermediate This class is suitable if you have taken beginner salsa or have prior experience in salsa. The focus will be on linking basic patterns, steps and multiple spins without anticipation. code

date

time

location

cost

22322

January 15 – April 23

Tue 1900-1955

Saville Community Sports Centre Studio

U of A Student $92 U of A Staff $109 SCSC/VVC Member $109 Public $122

H 24

= Drop in passes accepted

Faculty of Physical Education and Recreation ~ Activities Guide


PROGRAMS NEW Salsa: LA and NY Style – Advanced This class is suitable if you have a very good understanding of salsa fundamentals such as the CBL, 360’s, multiple spin techniques and proper frame work. You will be taken through a series of complex combinations, dips and tricks that will make you stand out on the dance floor. code

date

time

location

cost

22324

January 15 – April 23

Tue 2000-2055

Saville Community Sports Centre Studio

U of A Student $92 U of A Staff $109 SCSC/VVC Member $109 Public $122

NEW Salsa: LA and NY Style – Family A great way for you to spend time with your family and have fun! This class promotes communication, positive interaction and team work. Dance with or alongside family member as we all learn to dance salsa. The class is designed with structured patterns and easy to follow steps to make your family’s experience an enjoyable one. code

date

time

location

cost

22325

January 19 – April 27 No class March 30

Sat 1200-1255

Saville Community Sports Centre Studio

U of A Parent $43 and Child $43 U of A Staff Parent $51 and Child $51 SCSC/VVC Member Parent $51 and Child $51 Public Parent $57 and Child $57

Social Dance Ballroom – Introduction New to the dance floor, or just a little experience? Then this course will start you off with two or three moves in Jive, Waltz, Nightclub Waltz, Foxtrot, Cha Cha, Polka and Samba. – You must register with a partner; fee includes registration for two – No drop-in passes date

time

location

cost

January 16 – March 20 No class February 20 and March 06

Wed 1905-2025

W1-17

U of A Student $138 U of A Staff $168 SCSC/VVC Member $168 Public $182

22327

January 17 – March 28 No class February 21 and March 07

Thu 1935-2025

U of A Student $103 U of A Staff $126 SCSC/VVC Member $126 Public $136

Latin Dance – Introduction A fun and relaxed class in which to learn two or three moves in Salsa/Mambo, Merengue, Cha Cha, Samba and Tango. – You must register with a partner; fee includes registration for two – No drop-in passes

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code

date

time

location

cost

22328

January 16 – March 13 No class February 20

Wed 2035-2155

W-87

U of A Student $138 U of A Staff $168 SCSC/VVC Member $168 Public $182

PROGRAMS

code 22325

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PROGRAMS Street Jazz Street jazz incorporates elements of classical jazz dance technique combined with funky street style hip hop movement. – A very edgy style of jazz filled with the most popular dance steps and music – Primarily for beginners code

date

time

location

cost

22313

January 14 – March 25 No class February 18

Mon 2035-2155

W1-17

22314

January 15 – March 26 No class February 19

Tue 1805-1925

W-87

U of A Student $92 U of A Staff $113 SCSC/VVC Member $113 Public $122

World Historical Dance This class is designed as an introduction to traditional historical dances of Central, Eastern, and Western Europe and Asia. – Learn a variety of dances including Russian, Uzbek, Tajik, Indian, and Spanish – No formal dance experience required code

date

time

location

cost

22315

January 14 – March 25 No class February 18

Mon 2005-2125

W-87

U of A Student $92 U of A Staff $113 SCSC/VVC Member $113 Public $122

H Zumba®

PROGRAMS

– Interval training sessions where fast and slow rhythms and resistance training are combined to tone and sculpt your body while burning fat. – Add some Latin flavour and international zest into the mix and you’ve got a Zumba® class! – See Fitness Fusion for Zumba – Butts, Guts and Struts code

date

time

location

cost

22302

January 14 – March 25 No class February 18 and March 4

Mon 1935-2025

NW Pavilion Corner

U of A Student $37 U of A Staff $46 SCSC/VVC Member $46 Public $50

22303

January 15 –March 26 No class February 19

Tue 1700-1750

Ed Gym

U of A Student $46 U of A Staff $57 SCSC/VVC Member $57 Public $61

22304

January 15 – April 23

Tue 1800-1855

Saville Community Sports Centre Studio

U of A Student $68 U of A Staff $81 SCSC/VVC Member $81 Public $90

22305

January 16 – March 27 No class February 20

Wed 1605-1655

Ed B-64

22306

January 17 – March 28 No class February 21

Thu 1230-1320

W-87

U of A Student $46 U of A Staff $57 SCSC/VVC Member $57 Public $61

22307

January 17 – April 25

Thu 1730-1825

Saville Community Sports Centre Studio

U of A Student $68 U of A Staff $81 SCSC/VVC Member $81 Public $90

22308

January 17 – March 28 No class January 31 , February 21 and March 7

Thu 1930-2030

NW Pavilion Corner

U of A Student $37 U of A Staff $46 SCSC/VVC Member $46 Public $50

22309

January 18 – March 22 No class February 22

Fri 1200-1250

E-19

U of A Student $41 U of A Staff $51 SCSC/VVC Member $51 Public $55

22310

January 18 – March 22 No class February 22, March 8

Fri 1605-1655

W1-17

U of A Student $37 U of A Staff $46 SCSC/VVC Member $46 Public $50

H 26

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PROGRAMS NEW H Zumba – Eastern Vibes – Zumba inspired with an East Asian flair – Along with core Latin rhythms, you’ll dance to rhythms from the East like Bollywood, Bhangra, Bellydance, and more – No dance experience necessary code

date

time

location

cost

22311

January 14 – March 25 No class February 18

Mon 1705-1755

ED B-64

U of A Student $46 U of A Staff $57 SCSC/VVC Member $57 Public $61

22312

January 17 – April 25

Thu 1630-1725

Saville Community Sports Centre Studio

U of A Student $68 U of A Staff $84 SCSC/VVC Member $84 Public $90

orchesis dance group Orchesis is a modern and jazz dance program offered by Recreation Services for dancers of all abilities and experience. orchesis Membership Full membership offers participants: – Dance training through weekly modern and jazz dance classes – Participation in one, level-appropriate modern or jazz dance class (see notes below to participate in more than one class per week) – There are performance opportunities with yearly membership, such as in Dance Motif, an annual concert showcasing Orchesis’ choreography and talent – All classes consist of preparatory exercises, locomotor work across the floor, stretching and the learning of dance phrase combinations

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category

code

cost per session

Annual Membership (valid September, 2012 – June, 2013)

21406

U of A Student $278 Alumni and U of A Staff $319 Public (no U of A affiliation) $368

Winter Membership (valid January, 2013 – April, 2013)

22227

U of A Student $158 Alumni and U of A Staff $178 Public (no U of A affiliation) $203

PROGRAMS

– Annual membership is required to participate in Dance Motif, 2013 – GST is included in all fees – To participate in more than the one weekly class included in the basic membership, an additional class is available at 50 per cent of the price posted above fee: Students pay $ 139 for a second class with full year fees, or $ 79 to take the second class for one term only. – Annual members may register in fall, winter and spring classes – Winter members may only register for winter session classes

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PROGRAMS Orchesis Modern – Various technical styles of modern dance such as Limon, Graham, and Cunningham with floorwork, barre exercises and traveling movement phrases, accompanied by live music Orchesis Modern I – Introductory – For beginning dancers or those with relatively little dance experience – This class is a great way to get physically active, and be creative with movement and body awareness date

time

location

January 09 – April 10, 2013 No class February 20 January 23 – Mixed Level Class

Wed 1830-2000

E-19

Orchesis Modern II – Intermediate – Mixed level class recommended for dancers with two years’ experience or a solid foundation in modern dance. – Recommended for Level III dancers as supplementary training. date

time

location

January 10 – April 11, 2013 No class January 24 and February 21 January 23 – Mixed Level Class

Thu 1830-2000

E-19

May 01 – June 12, 2013

Wed 1830-2030

PROGRAMS

Orchesis Modern III – Advanced – Fast-paced and technically challenging. This class is recommended for dancers with four or more years’ modern dance experience – Instructor must place dancers in this class – Dancers wishing to take part in Level III classes must attend the first placement class on Monday, September 10 from 1830-2030 in E-19 date

time

location

January 07 – April 08, 2013 No class January 21 and February 18 January 23 – Mixed Level Class

Mon 1830-2000

E-19

Orchesis Jazz – Dance for fun and fitness accompanied by contemporary music. – Jazz classes emphasize the practice and perfecting of technique within the jazz idiom Orchesis Jazz I – Introductory – Appropriate for beginning dancers with no experience and those with less than two years prior dance experience. – Basic technique is addressed and phrases are broken down more slowly date

time

location

January 12 – April 13, 2013 No class February 16

Sat 0930-1055

E-19

April 27 – June 15, 2013 No class May 18

H 28

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PROGRAMS Orchesis Jazz II – Intermediate – Mixed level class recommended for dancers with two years’ experience – Must have a strong, basic technical foundation date

time

location

January 12 – April 13, 2013 No class February 16

Sat 1100-1230

E-19

April 27 – June 15, 2013 No class May 18

Orchesis Jazz III – Advanced – Fast-paced, physically challenging class for strong technicians – Must be able to pick up phrases quickly date

time

location

January 08 – April 09, 2013 No class January 22 and February 19 January 23 – Mixed Level Class

Tue 1830-2000

E-19

Please visit https://dance.ualberta.ca/OrchesisDanceGroup for information on Orchesis instructors.

DANCE MOTIF 2013 Friday, January 25 and Saturday, January 26 20h00 Meyer Horowitz Theatre, Students’ Union Building University of Alberta Dance Motif is the annual performance showcasing Orchesis’ passion for dance, choreography and talent. To purchase tickets, phone 780-492-2231 or 780-492-0770. iMportant dates Dance Motif 2013 Technical Rehearsals These rehearsals take place on Sunday, January 20 from 1100–1700 and on January 21, 22, 23 and 24 from 1700-2200. Rehearsals are mandatory for all performing Motif dancers.

Registrations are taken in person at the Activity Registration Zone, W-79 Van Vliet Centre or by phone (with credit card) at 780-492-2231. On-line registration is not available. For more information on how to register, please consult the Recreation Services website at www.recservices.ualberta.ca. For all other inquiries, please contact Tamara Bliss, Orchesis Dance Director Phone: 780-492-0770 Email: tamara.bliss@ualberta.ca www.dance.ualberta.ca/OrchesisDanceGroup

H

PROGRAMS

How to register for an Orchesis membership

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PROGRAMS Fitness Fusion Can’t decide which class is right for you? These classes combine at least two formats or components of group exercise. Suitable for people in all fitness phases from injury recovery to high performance.

H

United Yoga Pilates – Experience the best of vinyasa-inspired yoga and Pilates – Develop strength, flexibility, proper range of motion and core by linking poses together, to the gentle rhythm of your breath – Best described as mindful movement code

date

time

location

cost

22188

January 14 – April 22 No Class February 18 and April 01

Mon 0930-1025

Saville Community Sports Centre Studio

U of A Student $70 U of A Staff $83 SCSC/VVC Member $83 Public $93

January 16 – April 24

Wed 0930-1025

January 17 – March 28 No class February 21

Thu 1635-1755

22189 22190

U of A Student $81 U of A Staff $96 SCSC/VVC Member $96 Public $107

B-64

H

Chill Ride – Balance intensity with relaxation and extension – enjoy the yin/yang of both worlds! – Intense yang of a standard indoor cycling class (See Indoor Cycling description) and the yin of a relaxed and extended stretch, practicing Hatha yoga techniques to quiet the body and mind using the breath (See yoga description) code

date

time

location

cost

22191

January 15 – March 26 No class February 19

Tue 1105-1225

W-95a/ W-07

U of A Student $81 U of A Staff $99 SCSC/VVC Member $99 Public $107

H

PROGRAMS

Ride Strong – Counterbalance the linear, forward focused intensity of cycling with a functional strength component – Cycling component fills the first 50 minutes of each class – offering flexibility for drop in participants code

date

time

location

cost

22192

January 18 – March 22 No class February 22

Fri 1205-1325

W-95a/ W-87

U of A Student $62 U of A Staff $77 SCSC/VVC Member $77 Public $84

H

Zumba® – Butts, Guts and Struts – You will start the class with a traditional Zumba® session and end the class with squats, lunges, leg lifts and more to get your butts and guts in gear code

date

time

location

cost

22193

January 15 – April 23

Tue 1700-1755

Saville Community Sports Centre Studio

U of A Student $68 U of A Staff $81 SCSC/VVC Member $81 Public $90

22194

January 16 – March 20 No class February 20

Wed 1705-1755

Ed B-64

U of A Student $46 U of A Staff $57 SCSC/VVC Member $57 Public $61

22195

January 19- March 23 No class February 23 and March 9

Sat 0930-1025

W1-17

U of A Student $37 U of A Staff $46 SCSC/VVC Member $46 Public $49

H 30

= Drop in passes accepted

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PROGRAMS Martial arts Brazilian Jiu Jitsu A highly effective form of self-defence regardless of age and size, which relies more heavily on skill and leverage than brute strength – Students are exposed to fundamentals and techniques: locks, chokes, holds and movement – Open to all skill levels – Uniforms are not required but are preferred code

date

time

location

cost

22113

January 14 – March 25 No class February 18

Mon 1635-1755

W-07

U of A Student $59 U of A Staff $72 SCSC/VVC Member $72 Public $78

22116

January 18 – March 22 No class February 22

Fri 1535-1655

U of A Student $53 U of A Staff $65 SCSC/VVC Member $65 Public $70

Capoeira Capoeira is a Brazilian martial art form with its roots in slavery. It incorporates martial arts, music, dance and history. Capoeira originated from African slaves brought to Brazil from several regions of the world who shared their diverse cultural customs: dance, fighting techniques and rituals. – Taught at a mixed level; students are encouraged to progress at their own pace – Capoeira is an art of interaction, expression and play – Promotes agility, dynamic flexibility, strength, speed and endurance code

date

time

location

cost

22118

January 16 – March 27 No class February 20

Wed 1835-1925

W-87

U of A Student $39 U of A Staff $49 SCSC/VVC Member $49 Public $53

Judo

Judo – Beginner

H

code

date

time

location

cost

22120

January 14 – March 25 No class February 18

Mon 1805-1925

W-07

22121

January 17 – March 28 No class February 21

Thu 2005-2125

U of A Student $59 U of A Staff $72 SCSC/VVC Member $72 Public $78

PROGRAMS

Judo consists of throwing techniques, ground holds, choking and arm lock techniques, and teaches the use of controlling balance and body movement to defeat an opponent. Safety is paramount, and learning how to fall safely is an important first step. Taught by Gord Okamura and Kelly Palmer, both with fifth degree black belt and advanced certification under the National Coaching Certification Program. Gord and Kelly are multiple Canadian champions and are world ranked in Judo Kata. – Uniforms are not required initially but are needed later when learning advanced skills – Students can enhance their learning and skills by signing up for both Monday and Thursday beginner classes

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PROGRAMS Judo – Intermediate-Advanced Registration prerequisite: minimum of yellow belt and knowledge of break falls and judo submission techniques code

date

time

location

cost

22122

January 15 – March 28 No class on February 19 and February 21

Tue 2005-2155 Thu 1805-1955

W-07

U of A Student $155 U of A Staff $189 SCSC/VVC Member $189 Public $204

Judo Practice Session – All Levels If you are registered in one of the beginner or intermediate-advanced judo classes, this is another opportunity to practice your skills. – The Saturday sessions are for all belt levels, and allow you to work on techniques that you covered in class, or to pick up some new judo we might not cover during the week code

date

time

location

cost

22123

January 19 – March 23 No class February 16 and March 9

Sat 1005-1155

W-07

U of A Student $62 U of A Staff $77 SCSC/VVC Member $77 Public $83

Karate – Wado Kai

PROGRAMS

Karate for families Parents share in their child/children’s mental, physical and emotional development and self-discipline through karate. – Taught at a mixed level to encourage individuals to participate and improve at their own level in a safe, controlled environment – Classes are designed to improve and strengthen the student’s body with challenging workouts and to enhance their awareness in self-defence – Learn the aspects of katas (patterns against an imaginary opponent), waza (techniques), and kumite (free sparring) – Classes are led by Sensei Sean Bowen, fifth degree black belt (godan), first degree black belt (shodan) in shindo (way of the sword) and certified instructor with the World Congress of the Shintani Wado Kai and World Shintani Shindo – Uniforms are not required All Ranks Classes code

date

time

location

cost

22125

January 19 – April 27 No class March 30

Sat 0900-1025

Saville Community Sports Centre Studio

U of A Parent $61 and Child $61 U of A Staff Parent $72 and Child $72 SCSC/VVC Member Parent $72 and Child $72 Public Parent $81 and Child $81

Advanced Level Classes Registration prerequisite: minimum of yellow stripes and knowledge of at least two Wado Kai Karate power katas code

date

time

location

cost

22126

January 19 – April 27 No class March 30

Sat 1030-1155

Saville Community Sports Centre Studio

U of A Parent $61 and Child $61 U of A Staff Parent $72 and Child $72 SCSC/VVC Member Parent $72 and Child $72 Public Parent $81 and Child $81

H 32

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PROGRAMS Karate for adults Classes provide challenging workouts which discipline the mind, strengthen the body, and improve selfconfidence. – Taught at a mixed level to encourage individuals to participate and improve at their own level – Taught in the tradition of the Wado Kai style of karate that employs very light, fast techniques – Techniques are based on kicks, punches and blocks, as well as flexibility and cardiovascular exercise, and are taught in a disciplined, fun environment – Classes are led by Sensei Sean Bowen, fifth degree black belt (godan), first degree black belt (shodan) in shindo (way of the sword) and certified instructor with the World Congress of the Shintani Wado Kai and World Shintani Shindo – Uniforms are not required – Minimum: 12 registrants / Maximum: 30 registrants Karate for Adults – All Ranks code

date

time

location

cost

22128

January 14 – March 25 No class February 18

Mon 2005-2155

Ed B-64

22130

January 16 – March 27 No class February 20

Wed 1805-1955

U of A Student $78 U of A Staff $96 SCSC/VVC Member $96 Public $103

Karate for Adults – Advanced Registration prerequisite: Blue belts and above code

date

time

location

cost

22132

January 18 – March 22 No class February 22 and March 8

Fri 1935-2125

W1-17

U of A Student $62 U of A Staff $77 SCSC/VVC Member $77 Public $83

Kickboxing This course is a full body workout that includes both Muay Thai and boxing techniques. – All fitness levels are welcome – Suitable for men and women – Hand wraps included with registration Also see Cardio-Kickbox in Overall Fitness Development date

time

location

cost

January 15 – March 28 No class January 31, February 19, February 21 and March 7

Tue/Thu 1105-1155

Pavilion Concourse

U of A Student $76 U of A Staff $94 SCSC/VVC Member $94 Public $101

22134

January 15 – March 28 No class January 31, February 19, February 21 and March 7

Tue/Thu 1205-1255

PROGRAMS

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PROGRAMS Tae Kwon Do (TKD) TKD is a modern Korean martial art and Olympic sport practiced in over 160 countries. Known mainly for its dynamic, spectacular kicking techniques, TKD is also an excellent form of physical and mental exercise. Through the martial art philosophy, participants learn to become more disciplined, focused, mentally tough and self-aware. Participants will also be introduced to Korean cultural traditions and training methods. – Develops cardiovascular fitness, flexibility, strength, speed, power, balance and coordination – Uniforms are not required Tae Kwon Do – Beginner (white belts) code

date

time

location

cost

22137

January 14 – March 25 No class February 18

Mon 1805-1955

Ed B-64

U of A Student $78 U of A Staff $96 SCSC/VVC Member $96 Public $103

Tae Kwon Do – Intermediate-Advanced (coloured belts and black belts) code

date

time

location

cost

22138

January 16 – March 27 No class February 20

Wed 2005-2155

Ed B-64

U of A Student $78 U of A Staff $96 SCSC/VVC Member $96 Public $103

22139

January 19 – March 23 No class February 16

Sat 1305-1455

U of A Student $70 U of A Staff $86 SCSC/VVC Member $86 Public $93

Women’s Self-Defence

PROGRAMS

Take charge of your own safety. Classes are taught by a professional co-ed team to manage questions of legality, crime awareness and assault prevention. – Learn ways to create safe surroundings through awareness and education – Each class includes a dynamic action component that will stress assertiveness and physical selfdefence – Weekly practices will be used to automate these responses code

date

time

location

cost

22143

January 16 – March 27 No class February 20

Wed 1835-2025

W-07

U of A Student $78 U of A Staff $96 SCSC/VVC Member $96 Public $103

H 34

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PROGRAMS Mind/bodY Fitness H Meditation – Learn to control distracting or stressful thoughts through meditation – Feel relaxed; gain a clearer, less cluttered mind – Understand why meditation is such a powerful tool for inner peace and growth code

date

time

location

cost

22145

January 14 – March 25 No class February 18

Mon 1645-1730

E-431

U of A Student $54 U of A Staff $67 SCSC/VVC Member $67 Public $72

Pilates Pilates mat classes – Combines breathing with various movement patterns performed in a balanced sequence to strengthen and elongate muscles – Pilates strengthens the core (pelvic stability and balance, abdominal control and proper spinal curvature and alignment), challenges muscles and improves flexibility – Most Pilates classes are taught at a mixed level, appropriate for those who have never taken Pilates before and those who have some experience in Pilates code

date

time

location

cost

22148

January 14- March 25 No class February 18

Mon 1305-1355

W-87

22149

January 14 – March 25 No class February 18

Mon 1605-1655

U of A Student $54 U of A Staff $67 SCSC/VVC Member $67 Public $72

22150

January 15- March 26 No class February 19

Tue 1705-1755

W1-07

22151

January 16- March 20 No class February 20

Wed 1205-1255

W-87

22152

January 18- March 22 No class February 22

Fri 1205-1255

U of A Student $50 U of A Staff $62 SCSC/VVC Member $62 Public $69

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code

date

time

location

cost

22153

January 14 – March 25 No class February 18

Mon 1705-1755

W-87

22154

January 15 – March 26 No class February 19

Tue 1230-1320

W-07

U of A Student $54 U of A Staff $67 SCSC/VVC Member $67 Public $72

22155

January 17 – March 28 No class February 21

Thu 1330-1420

H

Core Strength Pilates – A stripped down Pilates class designed to focus on strength development – The fundamental Pilates movements will be supplemented with more powerful abdominal strength exercises

H

code

date

time

location

cost

22156

January 16 – March 27 No class February 20

Wed 1105-1155

W-87

U of A Student $54 U of A Staff $67 SCSC/VVC Member $67 Public $72

PROGRAMS

Level 2 Mat Pilates – You must have a strong understanding of the basic principles and the essential repertoire of movements to take this class – Level 2 Pilates will build on at least two sessions of introductory Pilates

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PROGRAMS H

Zen Pilates – Traditional Pilates centered on the meditative contribution of the discipline – Great for building the mind/body connection code

date

time

location

cost

22158

January 17 – March 28 No class February 21

Thu 1230-1320

W-07

U of A Student $54 U of A Staff $67 SCSC/VVC Member $67 Public $72

Tai Chi ™ – This class is an enjoyable way to improve flexibility, balance, coordination and relaxation – Introduction to the 108 movement set as instructed by the Taoist Tai Chi Society of Canada – A practice for health and well being code

date

time

location

cost

22167

January 14 – March 25 No class February 18

Mon 1635-1725

Newman Centre

U of A Student $54 U of A Staff $67 SCSC/VVC Member $67 Public $72

22171

January 18 – April 26 No class March 29

Fri 1600-1655

Saville Community Sports Centre Studio

U of A Student $76 U of A Staff $90 SCSC/VVC Member $90 Public $100

Yoga

PROGRAMS

AcroYoga – Performed in pairs where one person is the base, the other the flyer – Fun to do and builds friendship and teamwork as well as communication skills – Some yoga experience required, no partner necessary code

date

time

location

cost

22172

January 16 – March 27 No class February 20

Wed 1605-1655

W-07

U of A Student $54 U of A Staff $67 SCSC/VVC Member $67 Public $72

Ashtanga Introduced to the modern world by Sri K. Pattabhi Jois (1915-2009) – An intense, vigorous practice recommended for those who want to challenge the mind, body and spirit and limitations – Involves synchronizing the breath with a progressive and preset series of postures—a process producing intense internal heat and a profuse, purifying sweat that detoxifies muscles and organs, resulting in improved circulation, a light and strong body, and a calm mind code

date

time

location

cost

22196

January 14 – March 27 No class February 18 and 20

Mon/Wed 0700-0750

W-87

U of A Student $108 U of A Staff $131 SCSC/VVC Member $131 Public $142

22197

January 17- March 28 No class February 21

Thu 0900-1020

Ed B-64

22423

January 15 – March 26 No class February 19

Tue 0830-0950

W-07

U of A Student $80 U of A Staff $99 SCSC/VVC Member $99 Public $107

H 36

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PROGRAMS H

Level 2 Ashtanga – Will require knowledge of the primary series and an understanding of one’s own limitations code

date

time

location

cost

22198

January 16 – March 20 No class February 20

Wed 1205-1320

ED-B64

U of A Student $73 U of A Staff $90 SCSC/VVC Member $90 Public $97

H

Vinyasa – A flowing and vigorous practice designed to increase internal heat – Similar to ashtanga, but differs in that pose and movement patterns are not predetermined code

date

time

location

cost

22199

January 14 – March 25 No class February 18

Mon 1105-1155

Ed B-64

U of A Student $54 U of A Staff $67 SCSC/VVC Member $67 Public $72

22200

January 14 – March 25 No class February 18

Mon 1945-2110

W-07

22201

January 15 – March 26 No class February 19

Tue 0900-1020

Ed B-64

U of A Student $81 U of A Staff $99 SCSC/VVC Member $99 Public $107

22202

January 16 – March 27 No class February 20

Wed 1105-1155

22203

January 17 – March 28 No class February 21

Thu 1930-2020

W-87

U of A Student $54 U of A Staff $67 SCSC/VVC Member $67 Public $72

H

Fun Flow – Vinyasa – Vinyasa-style with a modern, upbeat soundtrack code

date

time

location

cost

22204

January 5 – March 26 No class February 19

Tue 1405-1525

Ed B-64

U of A Student $81 U of A Staff $99 SCSC/VVC Member $99 Public $107

22205

January 18 – March 22 No class February 22

Fri 1205-1320

U of A Student $73 U of A Staff $89 SCSC/VVC Member $89 Public $97

PROGRAMS

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PROGRAMS H

Hatha Yoga – Combination of yogic teachings and improvement of both physical and mental well-being through the disciplines of the postures and breath – Postures are practiced with attention to the physical and mental experience while in the poses – Ideal for developing self-awareness and body/mind connection, calming the mind and counteracting stress code

date

time

location

cost

22206

January 14 – March 25 No class February 18

Mon 0700-0750

Ed B-64

U of A Student $54 U of A Staff $67 SCSC/VVC Member $67 Public $72

22207

Mon 0930-1055

22208

Mon 1105-1155

W-07

U of A Student $54 U of A Staff $67 SCSC/VVC Member $67 Public $72

22209

January 14 – March 25 No class February 18

Mon 1805-1855

W-87

22210

January 14- April 15 No class February 18 and April 01

Mon 1830-1955

Saville Community Sports Centre Classroom #3

U of A Student $97 U of A Staff $115 SCSC/VVC Member $115 Public $128

22211

January 15 – March 26 No class February 19

Tue 1135-1225

Ed B-64

U of A Student $54 U of A Staff $67 SCSC/VVC Member $67 Public $72

22212

January 16 – March 20 No class February 20

Wed 1205-1255

W-07

U of A Student $50 U of A Staff $62 SCSC/VVC Member $62 Public $69

22213

January 16 – April 17 No class February 20

Wed 1830-1955

Saville Community Sports Centre Classroom #3

U of A Student $105 U of A Staff $124 SCSC/VVC Member $124 Public $138

22214

January 15 – March 28 No class February 19 and February 21

Tue/Thu 0700-0750

Ed B-64

U of A Student $108 U of A Staff $131 SCSC/VVC Member $131 Public $142

22215

PROGRAMS

U of A Student $81 U of A Staff $99 SCSC/VVC Member $99 Public $107

Tue/Thu 0800-0850

22216

January 18 – March 22 No class February 22

Fri 1105-1155

U of A Student $49 U of A Staff $60 SCSC/VVC Member $60 Public $65

22217

January 19 – March 23 No class February 23 and March 9

Sat 1100-1220

W1-17

U of A Student $65 U of A Staff $80 SCSC/VVC Member $80 Public $86

22422

January 16 – March 20 No class February 20

Wed 1705-1825

W-07

U of A Student $81 U of A Staff $99 SCSC/VVC Member $99 Public $107

Women’s Only Hatha Practice code

date

time

location

cost

22218

January 16 – March 27 No class February 20 and March 6

Wed 1600-1655

W1-17

U of A Student $49 U of A Staff $61 SCSC/VVC Member $61 Public $65

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PROGRAMS Iyengar Yoga – The classical yoga of Patanjali, as taught by BKS Iyengar, integrates elements from Hatha and Raja yoga – By learning to align the mind and body through the precision of the poses, one develops progressive levels of concentration – The standing poses are a foundation of this method code

date

time

location

cost

22219

January 16 – March 27 No class February 20

Wed 1705-1800

W-87

U of A Student $49 U of A Staff $61 SCSC/VVC Member $61 Public $65

NEW Karma Yoga – The type of yoga will vary from week to week – Karma classes are an opportunity to support the community – All proceeds will be donated to KidSport date

time

location

cost

January 17 – March 28 No class February 21

Thu 1405-1520

W-87

Minimum $5 donation at the door

January 20 – April 27 No class March 31

Sun 0900-1015

Saville Community Sports Centre Studio

Prenatal Hatha – Yoga is an ideal exercise for all stages of pregnancy – Strengthen and increase flexibility to meet the challenges of pregnancy and birth – Gentle, safe movements and stretches are designed to strengthen and open the body code

date

time

location

cost

22220

January 14 – March 4 No class February 18

Mon 1930-2025

Saville Community Sports Centre Studio

U of A Student $38 U of A Staff $45 SCSC/VVC Member $45 Public $51

22221

March 11 – April 22 No class April 01

U of A Student $33 U of A Staff $39 SCSC/VVC Member $39 Public $44

Parent and Tot Yoga – Regain strength and flexibility while bonding with your baby – Focus will be on developing core strength and stability to help with the challenges of parenthood

H

code

date

time

location

cost

22146

January 15 – March 05

Tue 1430-1525

Saville Community Sports Centre Studio

U of A Student $43 U of A Staff $52 SCSC/VVC Member $52 Public $58

22147

March 12 – April 23

U of A Student $38 U of A Staff $45 SCSC/VVC Member $45 Public $51

PROGRAMS

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Restorative Hatha – Take time for yourself and decompress from your week – Gentle Hatha practice with the use of props and breath work will leave you elevated and relaxed for your weekend code

date

time

location

cost

22222

January 18 – March 22 No class February 22

Fri 1630-1750

Ed B-64

U of A Student $73 U of A Staff $89 SCSC/VVC Member $89 Public $97

22223

January 18 – April 26 No class March 29

Fri 1700-1755

Saville Community Sports Centre Studio

U of A Student $76 U of A Staff $90 SCSC/VVC Member $90 Public $100

PROGRAMS

Yoga for Breast Cancer Survivors – For those who are post-treatment and are looking to regain or maintain range of motion, improve breathing and learn meditation – Sequencing of postures specifically to safely increase joint mobility, alleviate effects of surgery and cancer treatment, aid lymphatic drainage, and restore energy balance – Classes will include the use of props to adjust poses individually while safely strengthening and stretching muscles – Breathing and mediation techniques will be taught to promote relaxation – The instructor has a PhD in exercise science with a specialization in health and physical activity behaviour, as well as an MSc in kinesiology and an MA in psychology. She has completed her postdoctoral fellowship in exercise oncology, is a certified strength and conditioning specialist and has completed over 300 hours of yoga instructor training, including training specifically in yoga for cancer survivors – Her teaching experience has involved community-based interventions to increase physical activity in sedentary populations, and more recently she was involved in research examining the benefits of yoga on immune function, mood and memory in advanced vs. novice yoga practitioners, and breast cancer survivors code

date

time

location

cost

22224

January 14 – April 22 No class February 18 and April 01

Mon 1800-1925

Saville Community Sports Centre Studio

U of A Student $105 U of A Staff $124 SCSC/VVC Member $124 Public $138

NEW Yogapalooza – A special event hosted by the University Athletic Board (UAB) and Recreation Services – All proceeds will go to KidSport date

time

location

cost

March 27

Wed 1200-1300

E-19

$5 donation at the door

H 40

= Drop in passes accepted

Faculty of Physical Education and Recreation ~ Activities Guide


PROGRAMS Muscular strength and endurance (Mse)

– Use tubing, hand weights, body bars, medicine balls, BOSU balls, stability balls, gliders, and your own body weight – Designed to improve strength and body awareness – Safe, appropriate and essential for all fitness levels – Instructors modify exercises to suit participant level – Boost your metabolism with resistance training – Work out in an enabling, learning environment that will teach you to how to work out on your own to continue to improve Also see Fitness Fusion for Strength and Cycle Combo (Ride Strong). The last 30 minutes of Ride Strong is MSE work – you may drop in to that component only.

H

Abs and Arms – Tone both the arms and the abs – Your instructor will lead you through a variety of exercises that will give you a stronger and more defined upper body and mid-section – Compliment this class with a 30-minute Butts and Guts code

date

time

location

cost

January 15 – April 23

Tue 1145-1215

Saville Community Sports Centre Studio

January 17 – April 25

Thu 1145-1215

U of A Student $34 U of A Staff $41 SCSC/VVC Member $41 Public $46

22174

January 15 – March 26 No class February 19, February 26, March 5

Tue 1930-2000

NW Pavilion

U of A Student $19 U of A Staff $24 SCSC/VVC Member $24 Public $26

22173

January 16 – March 27 No class February 20, March 6

Wed 1700-1730

W1-17

U of A Student $21 U of A Staff $27 SCSC/VVC Member $27 Public $29

22169 22170

H

H

Butts and Guts Get ready to feel the burn Squats, lunges, leg lifts and more are sure to get your butts and guts in gear Targeted to work those two trouble areas, and push you to your limit Compliment the 30 minute Butts and Guts with 30 minute Abs and Arms

code

date

time

location

cost

22175

January 14 – April 22 No class February 18 and April 01

Mon 1700-1755

Saville Community Sports Centre Studio

U of A Student $59 U of A Staff $71 SCSC/VVC Member $71 Public $79

22176

January 15 – April 23

Tue 1215-1245

22177

January 15 – April 23

Thu 1215-1245

22178

January 15 – March 26 No class February 19, March 5

Tue 2005-2035

NW Pavilion

U of A Student $23 U of A Staff $30 SCSC/VVC Member $30 Public $33

22180

January 16 – March 27 No class February 20

Wed 1605-1650

W-87

U of A Student $46 U of A Staff $57 SCSC/VVC Member $57 Public $61

U of A Student $34 U of A Staff $41 SCSC/VVC Member $41 Public $46

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MSE code

date

time

location

cost

22182

January 14 – March 27 No class February 18 & 20

Mon/Wed 1205-1255

NW Pavilion

U of A Student $91 U of A Staff $111 SCSC/VVC Member $111 Public $121

22183

January 15 – March 26 No class February 19

Tue 1210-1250

NW Corner Pavilion

U of A Student $46 U of A Staff $57 SCSC/VVC Member $57 Public $61

22184

January 15 – March 28 No class February 19 and February 21

Tue/Thu 1605-1655

W-87

U of A Student $91 U of A Staff $111 SCSC/VVC Member $111 Public $121

NW Corner Pavilion

U of A Student $37 U of A Staff $46 SCSC/VVC Member $46 Public $49

22185

Tue/Thu 1705-1755

22186

January 17 – March 28 No class January 31, February 21, March 7

Thu 1210-1250

22187

January 18 – March 22 No class February 22 and March 7

Fri 1210-1250

H

PROGRAMS

Functional MSE – Works with dynamic, compound movements that promote overall strength, endurance, stability, balance, agility for increased functioning of the body – Workout-based sessions integrate balance, full body strength, core strength, resistance training, stability, agility, aerobic and anaerobic conditioning, and flexibility code

date

time

location

cost

22348

January 15 – February 28 No class February 19 and February 21

Tue/Thu 0700–0800

Fitness and Lifestyle Centre

U of A Student $80 U of A Staff $95 SCSC/VVC Member $95 Public $102

22362

January 7 – February 27 No class February 18

Mon/Wed 1730-1830

Saville Community Sports Centre Fitness Centre

U of A Student $95 U of A Staff $110 SCSC/VVC Member $110 Public $118

22363

March 5 – April 11

Tue/Thu 0700–0800

Fitness and Lifestyle Centre

U of A Student $80 U of A Staff $95 SCSC/VVC Member $95 Public $102

22364

March 4 – April 10

Mon/Wed 1730-1830

Saville Community Sports Centre Fitness Centre

U of A Student $88 U of A Staff $102 SCSC/VVC Member $102 Public $110

H 42

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PROGRAMS Ultimate Fitness Challenge The ultimate fitness class! This class provides a great way to get fit with a small group of people. Experience the motivation of working in a group, with the one-on-one attention of personal training. Classes vary in style and can be customized according to what you need. Sessions have a progressive format where each session is more challenging than the last. Includes fitness testing that ensures sessions are targeted to meet the specific needs of the group. – Includes regular tracking of weight and body girth measurements, aerobic activity, anaerobic intervals, resistance training, stability and core training – Suitable for beginner and intermediate participants code

date

time

location

cost

22365

January 15 – April 11 No class February 19 and February 21

Tue/Thu 1900-2000

Fitness and Lifestyle Centre

U of A Student $182 U of A Staff $190 SCSC/VVC Member $190 Public $206

22366

January 14 – April 10 No class February 18 and April 1

Mon/Wed 1900-2000

Saville Community Sports Centre Fitness Centre

U of A Student $190 U of A Staff $199 SCSC/VVC Member $199 Public $215

22367

January 15 – April 11

Tue/Thu 1700-1800

U of A Student $198 U of A Staff $206 SCSC/VVC Member $206 Public $223

overall Fitness developMent H

50+ Active Aging – Keep healthy and functional as the birthdays creep by – Combines core conditioning, strength training exercises, balance, and stretching – Make friends, get fit, and have fun code

date

time

location

cost

22242

January 16 – April 24

Wed 1030-1125

Saville Community Sports Centre Studio

U of A Student $68 U of A Staff $81 SCSC/VVC Member $81 Public $90

50+ Walking and Weights – Walk and lift your way to wellness. This course combines a regular walking program with gentle strength training – Each class will include stretches that can be used in everyday living – Suitable for all walking abilities code

date

time

location

cost

22301

January 17 – April 11

Thu 1000-1055

Saville Community Sports Centre Track

U of A Student $59 U of A Staff $71 SCSC/VVC Member $71 Public $79

H

All Weather Warriors – Follow your sensei outside and show the elements who’s the boss! – Indoor plans for the unbearable conditions

H

code

date

time

location

cost

22243

February 25 – April 22

Mon 1205-1255

W-90 Rec Sports Office

U of A Student $37 U of A Staff $46 SCSC/VVC Member $46 Public $49

PROGRAMS

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Beach Body – This total body workout incorporates the use of high repetitions into a full body workout – Strengthen and re-shape your glutes, hamstrings, and abdominals – Transform the way your body looks and feels code

date

time

location

cost

22244

January 14 – February 11

Mon 1205-1255

W-87

U of A Student $25 U of A Staff $30 SCSC/VVC Member $30 Public $32

22245

January 14 – March 25 No class February 18

Mon 1705-1755

W1-17

22246

January 16 – March 27 No class February 20

Wed 1310-1350

W-87

U of A Student $46 U of A Staff $57 SCSC/VVC Member $57 Public $61

22250

January 16 – April 25

Wed 1200-1255

Saville Community Sports Centre Studio

U of A Student $68 U of A Staff $81 SCSC/VVC Member $81 Public $90

H

Blast Bootcamp – Targets all major muscle groups to maximize your calorie burn! – Includes speed and power drills, pyramid training, and interval training – Improves strength, power, speed and stamina in a non-competitive environment suitable to all fitness levels – Ideal for those who enjoy a more athletic style fitness class (non-choreographed) – Saville Community Sport Centre participants will meet at the Fitness Centre code

date

time

location

cost

22252

January 7 – April 22 No class February 18 and April 01

Mon 0615-0715

Saville Community Sports Centre Studio

U of A Student $64 U of A Staff $76 SCSC/VVC Member $76 Public $85

January 9 – April 24

Wed 0615-0715

22256

January 16 – March 27 No class February 20 and March 6

Wed 1630-1720

Pavilion Concourse

22258

January 17 – March 28 No class February 21 and March 7

Thu 1605-1655

W1-17

22254

January 11 – April 27 No class March 29

Fri 0615-0715

Saville Community Sports Centre Studio

PROGRAMS

22253

U of A Student $73 U of A Staff $81 SCSC/VVC Member $81 Public $96 U of A Student $41 U of A Staff $51 SCSC/VVC Member $51 Public $55

NEW H Bridal Bootcamp – Looking to get into shape and feel your best on your big day? Then this is the class for you! – This total body workout will help you achieve your fitness goals so you are sure to feel confident in your wedding dress. – Measure your success with monthly checkpoints code

date

time

location

cost

22263

January 16 – April 24

Wed 1700-1755

Saville Community Sports Centre Studio

U of A Student $68 U of A Staff $81 SCSC/VVC Member $81 Public $90

H 44

U of A Student $68 U of A Staff $81 SCSC/VVC Member $81 Public $90

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PROGRAMS H

Buddy Bootcamp – BYOB (buddy) or make a new friend – either way you will work up a sweat using the buddy system trainer, smart toners and medicine balls – Working in pairs you will see your fitness level improve dramatically – Participants must register individually code

date

time

location

cost

22264

January 16 – March 27 No class February 20

Wed 1205-1255

Pavilion Concourse

U of A Student $46 U of A Staff $57 SCSC/VVC Member $57 Public $61

H

Cardio Kickbox – Sport and kickboxing-style cardiovascular training – Focuses on kickboxing movements with core training to ramp up your metabolism while gaining muscle and confidence – This non-contact class will have you working up a sweat Also see Kickbox in Martial Arts code

date

time

location

cost

22265

January 14 – March 25 No class February 18, February 11 and March 4

Mon 1630-1720

Pavilion concourse

22266

January 14 – March 25 No class February 18, February 11 and March 4

Mon 1730-1820

U of A Student $37 U of A Staff $46 SCSC/VVC Member $46 Public $49

22267

January 16 – April 24

Wed 1800-1855

Saville Community Sports Centre Studio

U of A Student $68 U of A Staff $81 SCSC/VVC Member $81 Public $90

H

Fit Mix – Develop agility, rhythm, hand- eye coordination, cardio and strength training while fostering the fun side of fitness – Run, dodge, kick, dance, jump, skip, hoop, catch – laugh and sweat! date

time

location

cost

January 14 – March 25 No class February 18

Mon 1605-1655

W1-17

U of A Student $46 U of A Staff $57 SCSC/VVC Member $57 Public $61

22269

January 17 – March 28 No class February 21

Thu 1205-1255

Ed B64

U of A Student $46 U of A Staff $57 SCSC/VVC Member $57 Public $61

M.A.X. (Metabolic Activation Xtreme) – Fast paced class for those looking to train like athletes – Push your body to 90 percent of your maximum heart rate – Transform the way your body looks and feels in just four weeks

H

Level One Appropriate for beginner to intermediate exercisers and/or fitness levels

H

code

date

time

location

cost

22270

January 15 – February 14 February 26 – March 28

Tue/ Thu 1105-1135

W-87

22271 22272

January 15 – March 26 No class February 19

Tue 1830-1900

W1-17

U of A Student $23 U of A Staff $30 SCSC/VVC Member $30 Public $32

PROGRAMS

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Level Two Appropriate for intermediate exercisers to advanced athletes code

date

time

location

cost

22273

January 15 – February 14

W-87

22274

February 26 – March 28

Tue/ Thu 1140-1210

22275

January 17 – March 28 No class February 21

Thu 1600-1630

Ed B-64

U of A Student $23 U of A Staff $30 SCSC/VVC Member $30 Public $32

H

Parent and Tot Boot Camp – This is class is suitable for all fitness levels – With your baby at your side, this cardio and resistance based class will get you back into shape code

date

time

location

cost

22289

January 16 – March 6

Wed 1000-1055

Saville Community Sports Centre Gymnasium

U of A Student $37 Staff $44 Member $39 Non-Member $49

22290

March 13 – April 24

U of A Student $32 Staff $44 Member $39 Non-Member $44

Phat Fitness – This size-friendly class will show you how to get active by following basic concepts to burn more calories and improve energy levels in a safe and supportive environment – Get exposed to different types of classes, including yoga, Zumba®, strength and non-choreographed fitness – Each week will come with a unique wellness challenge to help you along the path to an overall healthier lifestyle code 22291

PROGRAMS

22292

date

time

location

cost

January 17 – April 25

Thu 1830-1925

Saville Community Sports Centre Studio

U of A Student $68 U of A Staff $81 SCSC/VVC Member $81 Public $90

January 15 – March 26 No class February 19

Tue 1605-1655

Ed B-64

U of A Student $46 U of A Staff $57 SCSC/VVC Member $57 Public $61

H

Rockin’ Cardio – A vigorous, choreographed cardio challenge – Includes a strength and endurance component code

date

time

location

cost

22293

January 15 – March 28 No class March 7

Tue/Thu 1705-1755

Tue – Ed B 64 Thu – W1-17

U of A Student $95 U of A Staff $116 SCSC/VVC Member $116 Public $126

H

Step Ahead – Provides a great cardio challenge on and off the step – use one riser or two – High-energy cardiovascular focused class with motivating music code

date

time

location

cost

22294

January 14 – March 25 No class February 18

Mon 1210-1250

E-19

22295

January 16 – March 27 No class February 20

Wed 1210-1250

U of A Student $46 U of A Staff $57 SCSC/VVC Member $57 Public $61

H 46

= Drop in passes accepted

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PROGRAMS NEW H Surf’s Up – Bring your best California attitude to this surf/skate/sport- inspired class – Challenge and build balance, stability and fluid mobility – Take this chance to try out the Indo Board balance trainers code

date

time

location

cost

22296

January 15 – March 26 No class February 19

Tue 1230-1320

W-87

U of A Student $46 U of A Staff $57 SCSC/VVC Member $57 Public $61

H

Train to the Limit – Workout-based sessions integrate balance, full body strength, core strength, resistance training, stability, agility, aerobic and anaerobic conditioning, and flexibility code

date

time

location

cost

22346

January 14 – March 1 No class February 18, 20, 22

Mon/Wed/Fri 1300-1400

Fitness and Lifestyle Centre

U of A $115 U of A Staff $133 SCSC/VVC Member $ Public $143

22349

January 8 – February 28

Tue/Thu 1800-1900

Saville Community Sports Centre Fitness Centre

U of A Student $95 U of A Staff $109 SCSC/VVC Member $109 Public $117

23347

March 4 – April 12 No class March 29, April 1

Mon/Wed/Fri 1300-1400

Fitness and Lifestyle Centre

U of A Student $115 U of A Staff $133 SCSC/VVC Member $133 Public $143

22355

March 5 – April 11

Tue/Thu 1800-1900

Saville Community Sports Centre Fitness Centre

U of A Student $95 U of A Staff $109 SCSC/VVC Member $109 Public $117

22297

January 15 – February 14 No class January 31

Tue/Thu 1805-1855

Pavilion concourse

U of A Student $41 U of A Staff $51 SCSC/VVC Member $51 Public $55

22298

February 28 – March 28 No class March 5, 7

22299

January 19 – April 27 No class March 30

U of A Student $32 U of A Staff $40 SCSC/VVC Member $40 Public $44 Saville Community Sports Centre Studio

U of A Student $64 U of A Staff $78 SCSC/VVC Member $78 Public $85

H

Turbo Kick® – Combination of intense kickboxing and dance moves all perfectly choreographed to high energy and motivating music – The ultimate cardiovascular challenge that’s a unique blend of intense intervals strength/endurance training, and a relaxing cool-down

H

code

date

time

location

cost

22300

January 14 – March 25 No class February 18

Mon 1700-1755

Education Gym

U of A Student $46 U of A Staff $57 SCSC/VVC Member $57 Public $61

PROGRAMS

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PROGRAMS personal training and nutrition counseling locations Fitness and Lifestyle Centre W-98 Van Vliet Centre Phone 780- 492-2231 Saville Community Sports Centre 11610 – 65 Ave, Edmonton Phone 780-492-2222 how to register – Please call or register in person – Online registration available how to pay – Pay for personal training and nutrition counselling courses/services at the Activity Registration Zone or Online prior to booking an appointment with a consultant – Cash, Visa, MasterCard, cheques and debit cards accepted; prices include GST – A fitness/nutrition consultant will contact you to schedule an appointment once payment has been made cancellation and Missed appointment policy – No refunds for missed appointments or appointments cancelled without 24 hours notice – Appointments cancelled with at least 24 hours notice may be rescheduled

Personal Training

PROGRAMS

Exercise Program Design (2 hours) Designed for those who want to begin an exercise program or achieve a specific goal and are not sure where to start. A fitness consultant will – devise a program to help you achieve your goals – walk you through a training session to ensure you are comfortable with your program – discuss proper technique, safety, and progressions code

location

cost per session

22368

Fitness and Lifestyle Centre

22369

Saville Community Sports Centre

U of A Student $72 U of A Staff $89 SCSC/VVC Member $89 Public $95

Fitness Appraisal (1.5 hours) Find your current level of fitness and identify strengths and weaknesses to guide your personal program. The assessment covers – Body composition, muscular strength and endurance, flexibility, and cardiovascular fitness – Suitable for beginner and intermediate level participants code

location

cost per session

22370

Fitness and Lifestyle Centre

22371

Saville Community Sports Centre

U of A Student: $65 U of A Staff $79 SCSC/VVC Member $79 Public: $85

Body Composition Testing – Includes BMI, waist girth, skinfolds code

location

cost per session

22372

Fitness and Lifestyle Centre

22373

Saville Community Sports Centre

U of A Student: $26 U of A Staff $30 SCSC/VVC Member $30 Public: $33

H 48

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PROGRAMS Personal Training (1 hour) A fitness consultant will – Review your exercise technique, help keep you motivated, and help you to perform exercises efficiently and effectively – Suitable for all fitness levels code

location

cost per session

22374

Fitness and Lifestyle Centre

22375

Saville Community Sports Centre

U of A Student: $47 U of A Staff $57 SCSC/VVC Member $57 Public: $62

Three, One Hour Personal Training Sessions – Reduced rate three-hour package – Suitable for all fitness levels code

location

cost for 3 sessions

22376

Fitness and Lifestyle Centre

22377

Saville Community Sports Centre

U of A Student: $125 U of A Staff $155 SCSC/VVC Member $155 Public: $167

Five, One Hour Personal Training Sessions – Reduced rate five-hour package – Suitable for all fitness levels code

location

cost for 5 sessions

22378

Fitness and Lifestyle Centre

22379

Saville Community Sports Centre

U of A Student: $195 U of A Staff $235 SCSC/VVC Member $235 Public: $252

Ten, One Hour Personal Training Sessions – Reduced rate 10-hour package – Suitable for all fitness level location

cost for 10 sessions

Fitness and Lifestyle Centre

22381

Saville Community Sports Centre

U of A Student: $365 U of A Staff $449 SCSC/VVC Member $449 Public: $483

Twenty, One Hour Personal Training Sessions – Reduced rate 20-hour package – Suitable for all fitness levels

H

code

location

cost for 20 sessions

22382

Fitness and Lifestyle Centre

22383

Saville Community Sports Centre

U of A Student: $685 U of A Staff $809 SCSC/VVC Member $809 Public: $869

PROGRAMS

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PROGRAMS Group Personal Training (10 hours) – Team up with friends to share the cost of a personal trainer – Suitable for all fitness levels – 10, one-hour personal training sessions code

location

cost for 10 hours

22384

Fitness and Lifestyle Centre

22385

Saville Community Sports Centre

2 people: U of A Student: $205 each U of A Staff $235 each SCSC/VVC Member $235 Public: $250 3 people: U of A Student: $172 U of A Staff $205 SCSC/VVC Member $205 Public: $220

Group Personal Training (20 hours) – Team up with friends to share the cost of a personal trainer – Suitable for all fitness levels – 20, one-hour personal training sessions code

location

cost for 10 hours

22386

Fitness and Lifestyle Centre

22387

Saville Community Sports Centre

2 people: U of A Student: $395 each U of A Staff $455 each SCSC/VVC Member $455 Public: $489 3 people: U of A Student: $330 U of A Staff $395 SCSC/VVC Member $395 Public: $425

H

PROGRAMS

Small Group Personal Training – If you are looking for an affordable, convenient personal training experience, our Small Group Personal Training is for you! – Small Group Personal Training provides participants with a personalized workout program along with the support of individuals working towards common fitness goals. – Sessions include fitness assessments and workouts tailored to meet the needs of the group but with individual modifications. – 20, 45 minute sessions, minimum 3 participants, maximum 8 – Suitable for beginner or intermediate participants Code

Date

Time

Location

Cost

22388

January 14 – April 8 No Training Session February 18, 20, and April 1

Mon/Wed 1200–1245

Fitness and Lifestyle Centre

22389

January 14 – April 8 No Training Session February 18, 20, and April 1

Mon/Wed 1615–1700

U of A Student: $180 U of A Staff $190 SCSC/VVC Member $190 Public: $205

22390

January 15 – April 4 No Training Session February 19, 21

Tue/Thu 1115–1200

22391

January 15 – April 4 No Training Session February 19, 21

Tue/Thu 1700–1745

Active Start (7.5 hours) A comprehensive weight management program scheduled over three months. Includes – Pre-program fitness appraisal, nutrition consultation, three personal training sessions, nutrition followup, post-program fitness appraisal code

location

cost per session

22392

Fitness and Lifestyle Centre

22393

Saville Community Sports Centre

U of A Student: $309 U of A Staff $379 SCSC/VVC Member $379 Public: $407

H 50

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PROGRAMS Lifestyle Charger (8.0 hours) A comprehensive weight management program scheduled over three months to introduce you to fitness and a professionally-developed meal plan. – Pre-program fitness appraisal, nutrition consultation, three personal training sessions, two nutrition follow-ups, customized meal plan, post-program fitness appraisal. code

location

cost per session

22394

Fitness and Lifestyle Centre

22395

Saville Community Sports Centre

U of A Student: $435 U of A Staff $495 SCSC/VVC Member $495 Public: $530

Nutrition Counselling Counselling sessions are suitable for all fitness levels. Smart Start (1.5 hours) Meet with our registered dietician to customize a nutrition plan to help you meet your health goals. This package includes: – One-hour initial assessment – One, 30 minute follow up – Assessment of your intake over three days – Nutrition recommendations code

location

cost per session

22396

Fitness and Lifestyle Centre

22397

Saville Community Sports Centre

U of A Student: $130 U of A Staff $150 SCSC/VVC Member $150 Public: $162

code

location

cost per session

22398

Fitness and Lifestyle Centre

22399

Saville Community Sports Centre

U of A Student: $289 U of A Staff $309 SCSC/VVC Member $309 Public: $332

Nutrition Follow-Up (30 minutes) After consulting with our registered dietician, you may book follow up sessions to fine-tune your program, or to support and reinforce your new eating habits. You can also use this time to learn new skills such as label reading, menu planning, etc.

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code

location

cost per session

22400

Fitness and Lifestyle Centre

22401

Saville Community Sports Centre

U of A Student: $47 U of A Staff $57 SCSC/VVC Member $57 Public: $62

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Master your Lifestyle (4 hours) Are you struggling with your weight? – Program designed to help create healthy, lasting, sustainable changes in your lifestyle. – Provides a high degree of support to foster permanent changes. – Program includes: • One-hour initial assessment ~ Assessment of a one week food journal • Customized nutrition recommendations ~ Six, 30 minute follow-up appointments

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PROGRAMS sport and sKills developMent 4 Wall Handball Challenge, skill, fitness and fun – for a lifetime – Builds cardiovascular endurance, muscular strength and endurance, flexibility and balance – Handball is fun, easy to learn and is a great off-season conditioner – Gloves, goggles and balls will be provided code

date

time

location

cost

22179

January 15 – March 26 No class February 19

Tue 1705-1755

Meet at East Courts Van Vliet Centre

22181

January 17 – March 28 No class February 21

Thu 1705-1755

U of A Student $30 U of A Staff $38 SCSC/VVC Member $38 Public $41

4-Wall Handball is offered in collaboration with the Edmonton Handball Association

Badminton – Suitable for beginners – The course will cover grips, court coverage, footwork, serving and basic techniques – All equipment provided code

date

time

location

cost

22225

January 15 – March 26 No class February 19

Tue 1805-1855

Education Gym

U of A Student $66 U of A Staff $82 SCSC/VVC Member $82 Public $88

new Cross-Country Skiing

PROGRAMS

– Suitable for beginners – This course will teach you the fundamentals of cross-country skiing and give you the skills to enjoy yourself on out on local trails – Equipment will not be provided, however the first class on January 16 will be held in classroom #1 and cover what you need to get started code

date

time

location

cost

22342

January 16 – March 13

Wed 1730-1830

Saville Community Sports Centre Front Desk

U of A Student $60 U of A Staff $72 SCSC/VVC Member $72 Public $80

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PROGRAMS Curling Junior curling (7-15 years of age) Programs offer an ideal blend of instruction and games, and are led by a group of well-trained instructors. Little Rocks curlers will use specially-designed half-weight rocks, while Big Rocks curlers will use regular full-weight rocks. Please note that while club brushes will be provided to those who need them, each curler is required to have their own curling shoes or a full-length, pull-on slider and gripper. All Little Rocks curlers are required to bring a helmet. Little Rocks: Sundays 0900-1030 (Age 7-10 years) No class January 27 and February 17 level

code

Max

age

weeks

start

Finish

Fee

Ice Cubes

21087

16

7–8

9

January 6

March 17

$160

Bronze

21088

16

9 – 10

9

January 6

March 17

$160

Big Rocks: Sundays 1100-1230 (Age 11-15 years) No class January 27 and February 17 level

code

Max

age

weeks

start

Finish

Fee

Silver/Gold

21089

32

11 – 15

9

January 6

March 17

$160

adult curling Smart Start: Tuesdays 2015-2215 Have you ever wanted to try curling? The Smart Start Program is for adult beginners. A blend of on- and off-ice instruction will help you learn the basic skills involved in playing the game. code

Max

weeks

start

Finish

Fee

21083

24

9

January 8

March 5

$149

code

Max

weeks

start

Finish

Fee

21086

40

9

January 8

March 5

$149

Fencing Provides novice level fencing lessons in a non-competitive and fun environment for students to learn and practice the sport. – Class will cover the essential footwork and blade work of the foil – Sabre and Épée will be briefly covered

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code

date

time

location

cost

22237

January 20 – March 24 No class February 17

Sun 1205-1325

Ed B-64

U of A Student $90 U of A Staff $110 SCSC/VVC Member $110 Public $119

PROGRAMS

Rookie League: Tuesdays 2030-2230 Rookie League consists of nine weeks of game play with an instructor available to provide additional support during games. We recommend that participants take at least one session of Smart Start before registering for Rookie League. Registration for the Rookie League is done on an individual basis.

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PROGRAMS Ice Skating Classes Skating classes cater to all abilities. We teach: – Beginners who want to learn how to skate with confidence – Level 1 – Experienced skaters – Level 2 – Basic figure skating or power skating for beginners – Level 3 When registering, please indicate which level you want to enter. – The Skate Canada CanSkate Program will be used as a guide – You must have your own skates and proper skating attire – No drop-in passes – Instruction by Recreation Services program staff Level 1 – For individuals who have never skated before or who lack confidence on skates – Emphasis on balance, moving forwards and backwards, and starting and stopping – Helmets and wrist guards are recommended but not mandatory Level 2 – For individuals with one to three years’ skating experience – Emphasis on stopping techniques, basic turns, gliding and crossovers Level 3 – Basic figure skating or power skating for beginners – Figure skating focus on stroking, posture, introductory jumping and spinning – Power skating focus on speed, stopping and hockey drills code

level

date

time

location

cost

22248

Level 1 Level 2

Mon 1200-1255

Clare Drake Arena

22249

January 14 – March 25 No class February 18

22251

Level 3

U of A Student $88 U of A Staff $107 SCSC/VVC Member $107 Public $116

22255

Level 1

22257

Level 2

January 16 – March 27 No class February 20

Wed 1100-1155

22259

Level 3

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Running NEW H Learn to Run – Learn how to avoid injury, run correctly, develop a consistent running program and achieve your goals – Open to all fitness levels – no running experience necessary code

date

time

location

cost

22260

January 15 – March 5

Tue 1800-1900

Saville Community Sports Centre Track

U of A Student $37 U of A Staff $44 SCSC/VVC Member $44 Public $49

22261

March 12 – April 23

U of A Student $32 U of A Staff $39 SCSC/VVC Member $39 Public $44

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PROGRAMS NEW H Pick-Up the Pace – This class will build on the Learn to Run class and will prepare you for a 10 kilometre run – Pacing and injury prevention are some of the topics covered code

date

time

location

cost

22343

January 17 – March 7

Thu 1800-1900

Saville Community Sports Centre Track

U of A Student $37 U of A Staff $41 SCSC/VVC Member $41 Public $49

22344

March 14 – April 25

U of A Student $32 U of A Staff $39 SCSC/VVC Member $39 Public $44

new Snowshoeing 101

– Suitable for beginners – This course will cover everything you need to get started including how to use and choose snowshoes, how to dress for winter activities, what to pack, safety concerns and where to go snowshoeing – Equipment is provided, but be sure to dress appropriately for the weather code

date

time

location

cost

22335

January 14 – February 04

22336

February 25 – March 18

Mon 1730-1830

Saville Community Sports Centre Front Desk

U of A Student $27 U of A Staff $33 SCSC/VVC Member $33 Public $37

Squash Introductory Squash Suitable for those with little or no experience and who have not had formal instruction. – Fundamental technical aspects of the sport are emphasized to allow participants to develop in the sport independently – All equipment provided date

time

location

cost

January 15, 17, 22, 24, 29 and 31

Tue/Thu 1705-1755

Meet at East Courts

U of A Student $57 U of A Staff $70 SCSC/VVC Member $70 Public $75

Tennis – Saville Community Sports Centre For information about lessons and leagues, please call 780-492-1000 or visit www.savillecentre.ca

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PROGRAMS sport conditioning H

Martial Arts Conditioning – Designed to supplement the skill development classes – Includes agility training, power development, anaerobic capacity, core strength code

date

time

location

cost

22161

January 18 – March 22 No class February 22, March 8

Fri 1205-1255

Pavilion Concourse

U of A Student $37 U of A Staff $46 SCSC/VVC Member $46 Public $49

H

Golf Season Prep – Includes balance, core strength, and flexibility exercises – Focused on rotational patterning and precision of movement – Ideal preparation for golfers of all skill levels date

time

location

cost

February 25 – March 25

Mon 1205-1255

W-87

U of A Student $25 U of A Staff $30 SCSC/VVC Member $30 Public $32

22165

February 27 – April 17

Wed 1600-1655

Saville Community Sports Centre Studio

U of A Student $37 U of A Staff $41 SCSC/VVC Member $41 Public $49

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CAMP4FUN school breaK activitY caMps – caMp4Fun Location: North Campus. Meet at the west basketball courts in the Universiade Pavilion. These energetic, multi-sport camps include a variety of athletic environments each day. All activities are geared toward each participant’s abilities, in a fun, exciting, learning environment! Register for the full week or for specific days only. – No experience necessary – For ages 6-12 years – Supervised lunch breaks – Campers should wear comfortable athletic clothing, sturdy footwear, and bring a swim suit and a towel each day – Extended drop off and pick up times: supervised early drop off is available at 0800 and late pick up until 1700 at no extra charge – Bring your own lunch each day Facilities and activities include: Aquatics Centre – Pool activities, including swimming strokes, basic diving, games and more (non-swimmers welcome) Run Jump Throw – Fun approach to motor skill development Fitness and Games – Obstacle courses, Relay races, a variety of Sports Climbing Wall – Indoor wall climbing, rappelling Full Camps code

date

time

21348

December 31 (Mon), January 2 (Wed), 3 (Thu), 4 (Fri)

0900-1600

cost

21353

February 28 (Thu) and March 1 (Fri)

99.00

21356

March 25-28 (Mon – Thu)

189.00

189.00

Individual Days date

time

cost

Mon, December 31

0900-1600

$50 per day

21350

Tue, January 2

21351

Wed, January 3

21352

Thu, January 4

21354

Thu, February 28

21355

Fri, March 1

21357

Mon, March 25

21358

Tue, March 26

21359

Wed, March 27

21360

Thu, March 28

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SPECIAL EVENTS special events Did you know there are sport and recreation opportunities on and off campus for U of A students, staff and their families to connect, have fun and get active? Recreation Services offers a warm welcome to everyone on campus to join in these leisure activities. For more information please contact the Recreational Sports and Programs Office at 780- 492-3614 or visit our website at www.recservices.ualberta.ca entries accepted starting:

dates of activity

campus rec sunday night drop-in activity program*

Just drop in. No deadline! Free. Open to U of A students and staff. U of A ONEcard required.

Sundays. January 1800 - 2200 13 to April 7 (excluding February 17, March 31)

student/staff ski and snowboard evening #1*

Tue December 4 at 0930

Sat January 12

activity

time

type of activity and location Campus-wide supervised drop-in. Main Gym: Volleyball 1800 – 2000 Basketball 2000 – 2200 CREF

Deadline: Tue January 8 at 1900

student/staff ski and snowboard evening #2* Slalom challenge and other events

Tue December 4 at 0930

campus rec Family Fun sunday #3 (Valentine’s Day theme)

Free

Deadline: Fri January 18 at 1600

1830 - 2200

Instruction for downhill skiers and snowboarders. All skill levels welcome. CREF

Sat January 26

1830 - 2200

Sun January 20

1330 – 1600

Instruction for downhill skiers and snowboarders. All skill levels welcome. Fun events will be conducted for your chance to win great prizes

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winter walk day

Please pre-register at www.facebook.com/uofarec so we can purchase appropriate amount of supplies Free Please pre-register at www.recservices.ualberta.ca

Casual and structured activities for parents and children (3-14 years old) with Valentine theme. Education Gym, West Pool, Clare Drake Arena

Wed February 6

1205-1255

Joining the rest of Alberta and embracing winter Recreation Services is hosting a Alberta Sport, Recreation, Parks and Wildlife Foundation Winter Walk Day.

Fri/Sat/Sun February 8, 9, 10

900-1600

An outdoor pond hockey tournament for alumni, students and staff. Teams will be placed in divisions based on category and ability.

Start at Clare Drake Arena 2nd annual 3-on3 pond hockey tournament*

Mon January 7 at 1000

i ♥ Zumba in support of heart and stroke

Please pre-register at www.facebook.com/uofarec

Thurs Feb 14

1200-1300

An hour of Zumba fun in support of the Heart and Stroke foundation. Please bring a donation.

cabane a sucre

Please pre-register at www.facebook.com/uofarec

Sun March 3

1300-1530

Cabane a Sucre = Sugar Shack Enjoy “la tire” (maple toffee) skating and sleigh rides at Hawrelak Park

Early Bird Deadline: Mon January 14 Deadline: Fri February 1 at 1600

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SPECIAL EVENTS entries accepted starting:

dates of activity

time

3rd annual charity big pinK volleYball tournament

Mon March 4 at 0930

Sun March 24

Sun 0900 - 1630

university cup indoor cricket tournament

Wed February 13 at 0930

Sun March 10

0900-1800

Cricket tournament will be played according to international cricket rules, eight overs per inning and six a side per match. Equipment will be provided by Recreation Services

old tyme skating party

Free Please pre-register at www.facebook.com/uofarec

Sun March 17

1445-1645

A throwback event where you will be able to skate to live music and join in classic skating games and fun.

activity

Deadline: Fri March 15 at 1300

Deadline: Wed March 6 at 1300

type of activity and location Co-Rec Volleyball Tournament played with a BIG PINK KIN BALL! Main Gym or Ed Gym

Clare Drake Arena olympic style target shooting

iss world cup Futsal tournament

Thu March 8 at 0930 Deadline: Mon March 19 at 1900

Wed March 6 at 0930 Deadline: Wed March 20 at 1300

Thu March 21

1900 – 2130

Target shooting with a variety of calibre pistols (preceded by instruction) Wild West Range at West Edmonton Mall

Sun March 24

0900-1800

Futsal tournament hosted by both the International Student Services office and Recreation Services.

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INTRAMURAL intraMural recreational sports Recreation Services offers a wide variety of Intramural activities also known as Recreational Sports. These activities are offered throughout the academic term and are offered in three program areas, Co-Rec, Men’s and Women’s. Co-Rec activities are activities where men and women compete together on the same team. Most activities are also structured with different levels of play to accommodate all skill and experience levels. who can participate? All activities are open to current U of A students, faculty/staff members and alumni. Most activities are open to members of the general public or community, however there are some activities which are restricted because of their popularity, and space constraints. intramural / recreational sports Membership All undergraduate and graduate students who have paid the Athletic and Recreation fee are automatically issued an Intramural / Recreational Sports membership for the academic term associated with their fee. All other prospective participants must purchase a membership in order to take part in the activity of their choosing.

Winter Intramural Programs www .recservices .ualberta .ca/programs/recsports .aspx Please consult our website for more detailed information about the Winter offering of activities or to see what else we are planning for you this winter... -

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5-Pin Bowling Tournament (Men’s and Women’s) 8-Ball – Doubles Tournament (Men’s and Women’s) Badminton Tournament (Men’s and Women’s) Basketball Leagues (Co-Rec and Women’s) Basketball – 3 on 3 Tournament (Men’s) Ball Hockey Leagues (Men’s and Women’s) Curling Bonspiel (Men’s and Women’s) Dodgeball League (Co-Rec) Flag-Football – Indoor (Men’s) Futsal – Indoor Soccer (Men’s and Women’s) Ice Hockey (Men’s and Women’s)

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Redeye Recreation Event (Co-Rec) Table Tennis Tournament (Men’s and Women’s) Team Handball League (Men’s) Triathlon – Indoor (Men’s, Women’s and Teams) Volleyball Leagues (Co-Rec, Men’s and Women’s) Waterpolo - Innertube (Co-Rec)

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SPORT CLUBS sport clubs Mission of the Recreation Services Sport Clubs Program:

Student Led – Student Delivered – Student Focused The mission of the Sport Clubs Program is to provide a sustainable group structure by providing a framework for transparent, fiscally responsible, student led activities; engaging and assisting groups in selecting safe and appropriate environments for physical activity; fostering an atmosphere of leadership development through peer education by providing diverse opportunities to learn and lead though physical activities; fostering personal and social growth through extracurricular group activities; and developing groups to act as ambassadors of the University of Alberta. As an integral component of the Recreation Services program and the Faculty of Physical Education and Recreation, the Sport Clubs program strives to meet the recreational and competitive needs of the University of Alberta community in a wide variety of sport activities. Clubs are run for students by students; however limited membership is open to University of Alberta alumni, staff and faculty. Some clubs hold tryouts for the competitive teams; please visit the club website for more information. Membership fees apply for each club, and vary according to the club. There may be additional costs related to equipment, tournaments, travel costs, etc. For club-specific details please go to the club website listed below. If you are a U of A student interested in forming a sport club, please visit us at www.recservices.ualberta.ca/en/ Programs/SportClubs.aspx for information on how to do so. 2012-2013 clubs

Badminton (year-round registration)

https://alberta .collegiatelink .net/organization/ badmintonclub

Cheer (fall registration only) - A co-ed competitive cheerleading team for students with an interest in gymnastics, stunting, and dance - Is proud to offer both a competitive and a development team to provide the opportunity for all levels of athletes to participate - Try-outs are in early September. Please contact the club with the below email for more information - Email: crcheer@ualberta.ca For more information visit: https://alberta .collegiatelink .net/organization/cheerteam

Contemporary Dance MOD (fall registration only) - A student run advanced contemporary dance company - Explore your own creativity through choreography and performance without outside choreography and teaching - Major performances held in both fall and winter terms - Offers a full membership and a swing membership for schedule flexibility - Auditions are held in September - Email: crmod@ualberta.ca For more information visit: https://alberta .collegiatelink .net/organization/mod

Dance (fall registration only) - Competitive hip hop and street jazz team, with tryouts held in September, performing at varsity basketball games, charity performances, competitions and many other events - Offers students an opportunity to publicly perform, represent the University in a professional manner, and for yearly travel - Practices twice a week, learning a variety of choreographed routines including hip hop, jazz and cheer elements while conditioning and preparing for upcoming events - Email: crdance@ualberta.ca For more information visit:

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- Weekly recreational play - From beginner to advanced, all skill levels are welcome - Only shuttlecocks are provided - No coaching offered - Email: crbadmin@ualberta.ca For more information visit:

https://alberta .collegiatelink .net/organization/danceteam

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SPORT CLUBS Fencing (year-round registration) - Provides an environment where members can practice and improve skills - Separate practices for beginners and intermediates - Weekly open fencing for all members - Email: crfence@ualberta.ca For more information visit: https://alberta .collegiatelink .net/organization/fencingclub

Figure Skating (fall/winter registration) - Offers opportunities to figure skate at regular times during the week; focus is on practice, not instruction. - Email: crfigure@ualberta.ca For more information visit: https://alberta .collegiatelink .net/organization/skating

Lacrosse (fall/winter registration) - We focus on the development and appreciation of lacrosse at the University of Alberta - Play Lacrosse across Canada in various tournaments and championships - Regularly scheduled practices and games throughout the year - Email: crlacros@ualberta.ca For more information visit:

SPORT CLUBS

https://alberta .collegiatelink .net/organization/lacrosseclub

Outdoors (year-round registration) - Experience and appreciate the outdoors at a reasonable cost - Regular day trips for beginners to Elk Island Park - Instructional lessons in avalanche safety training, cross-country skiing, rock climbing, ice climbing, surfing, and canoeing - Large excursions to places such as Jasper, Nordegg, and California - Email: outdoorsclub@ualberta.ca For more information visit: https://alberta .collegiatelink .net/organization/outdoorsclub

Paddling (fall/winter registration) - The club runs weekly open sessions, canoe polo practices and wave pool sessions. - Beginners are welcome. The club fosters an environment where members can practice and improve skills. - Email: crpaddle@ualberta.ca For more information visit:

Powerlifting (year-round registration) - Established in 2004 to encourage contact amongst individuals interested in pursuing powerlifting at a competitive level or for developing general fitness - The sport of powerlifting consists of three lifts: the squat, bench press and deadlift - The club holds regular training sessions and hosts competitions throughout the year - Email: crlift@ualberta.ca For more information visit: https://alberta .collegiatelink .net/organization/ powerliftingclub

Ringette (fall registration only) - Offers student-athletes the opportunity to play competitive ringette. - Mandatory tryouts in September to evaluate ringette and skating skills, attitude and personality. - Weekly on-ice practice and dryland training sessions, and approximately 45 league and tournament games. - Email: crring@ualberta.ca For more information visit: https://alberta .collegiatelink .net/organization/ringetteteam

Rowing (fall registration only) - The club also provides coaching and training facilities to accommodate all rowing ambitions. - Members have the opportunity to travel and compete in university rowing nationals. - Offering learn-to-row sessions this September. For more information, dates, and costs, please see the club’s website - Email: crrowing@ualberta.ca For more information visit: https://alberta .collegiatelink .net/organization/rowingteam

Rugby (fall registration only) - Men’s competitive rugby - 15’s in the fall, touch rugby and training in the winter, 7’s in the spring - Play against university teams from all over Canada - All experience levels welcome - Email: crrugby@ualberta.ca For more information visit: https://alberta .collegiatelink .net/organization/rugbyclub

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SPORT CLUBS Squash (year-round registration) - Meet and socialize with other players of all levels - Discount on entry into the U of A Open Squash Tournament - Access to club-only court times (Monday nights, Sunday mornings and ESL nights Tuesdays and Wednesdays) - Organized training sessions with our coach, Andrew Linklater (NCCP Certified, Men’s Level 1 Open Level Player) - Access to members-only discounts on stringing and squash gear - Play in the club’s competitive ladder and work your way to the top - Club tournaments with prizes - Social events - Email: crsquash@ualberta.ca For more information visit: https://alberta .collegiatelink .net/organization/squashclub

Synchronized Swimming (fall registration only) - Mission is to offer synchronized swimming for female athletes to swim competitively at the university level, as well as in a recreational setting - Recreational synchronized swimming is available for those who only want to practice or learn the sport - Email: crsynch@ualberta.ca For more information visit: https://alberta .collegiatelink .net/organization/synchroclub

- Open to all skill levels, beginner, intermediate, and advanced – you can always find someone with a similar skill level - We can provide racquets for the first few weeks if you do not have one - Email: crtt@ualberta.ca For more information visit: https://alberta .collegiatelink .net/organization/tabletennis

- Tae Kwon Do is a martial art focusing on defensive and offensive techniques without the use of weapons. It provides a good workout and useful skill development. - Participation in tournaments and belt promotions is highly encouraged but not required. - New members are always welcome, regardless of level of experience. - Email: crtkd@ualberta.ca For more information visit: https://alberta .collegiatelink .net/organization/tkdclub

Triathlon (year-round registration) - Triathlon is a swim-bike-run endurance sport; the club holds regular training sessions. - Beginners are welcome. The club fosters an environment where members can practice and improve skills. - Email: crtri@ualberta.ca For more information visit: https://alberta .collegiatelink .net/organization/triclub

Ultimate (fall/winter registration) - Strong emphasis on having fun and introducing new players to the sport. - Even if you’ve never touched a disc (aka Frisbee®) before you are welcome to come out to club activities. - Competitive teams compete at local tournaments and university nationals. - Email: crult@ualberta.ca For more information visit: https://alberta .collegiatelink .net/organization/ultimateclub

Water Polo (fall/winter registration) - Offers both a competitive team and a beginner/ recreational team - Weekly practices including swimming training and developing basic water polo techniques - Email: crwpolo@ualberta.ca For more information visit: https://alberta .collegiatelink .net/organization/waterpoloclub

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Table Tennis (year-round registration)

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FACILITIES Facilities: access and MeMbership inForMation The Faculty of Physical Education and Recreation is home to a wide range of facilities, which rank among the best-equipped facilities for teaching, research, sport and recreation of any university in Canada. This section covers access and membership information about – Climbing Wall (North Campus) – Foote Field (University of Alberta, South Campus) – Saville Community Sports Centre (University of Alberta, South Campus) – Van Vliet Centre (North Campus) rental of Facilities Most of our sport and recreation facilities may be rented for group and private usage. Please contact the facility you’d like to rent directly (see information below) to enquire about rental opportunities, policies and rates.

Climbing Wall location SW corner of the Universiade Pavilion (Butterdome) Phone 780-492-2767 Email: climbing@ualberta.ca www.physedandrec.ualberta.ca/en/Facilities/ClimbingWall.aspx hours of operation

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Monday

1600-2200

Tuesday

1600-2200

Wednesday

1200-2200

Thursday

1600-2200

Friday

1600-2200

Saturday

1200-1800

Sunday

1200-1800

Closed on January 1, February 18, March 5, 6,7,8,9 and 29, April 1 - Winter term final exam period April 12 – 29 hours of operation are Monday – Friday 1700-2200 - Undergraduate Free Climb on Wednesdays 1200-1600 January 9 – April 10, no Undergraduate Free Climb February 20 Disruptions to schedule - The climbing wall schedule is subject to change depending on events in the Van Vliet Centre which may include exams, sporting events, trade shows, competitions and other special events - In the event of an unforeseen or unscheduled disruption, we will endeavour to provide two weeks’ notice of any change

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FACILITIES The climbing wall offers three types of climbing on some of the tallest climbing walls in Canada. 1. Bouldering: over 100 feet of continuous traversing to a maximum height of three metres 2. Top-roping: 11 ropes on four separate climbing walls to a maximum height of 15 metres 3. Lead climbing: four lines on two of our main climbing walls The climbing wall is a supervised indoor climbing complex offering drop-in access, group programming options as well as scheduled instructional programs. We will not have instructors on hand to belay for drop-in climbers. access requirements Access Cards: Bouldering, Top Rope, or Lead Card – Bouldering Free (annual re-test n/a) – Top Rope Test $3 (annual retest $0) – Lead Test $6 (annual retest $0) Important – All climbers must check in at the climbing wall customer service desk – All climbers must present their picture ID and valid access card before entering the complex – Although the access card is a one-time annual cost, payment of an admission fee is required each time you climb – All access cards are valid for one year from date of issue. There is no charge for the reissuing of access cards; but retesting is required along with a newly signed waiver – If you do not pass the annual retest, the standard test fee will be applied to a subsequent retest – Climbers over the age of 13 can obtain a high wall card if they are successful in the Top Rope test which can be administered during regular operating hours – An appointment for a lead test is required to obtain a lead card, email: leadtest@ualberta.ca to arrange your test – It is not necessary to have your top rope card before taking your lead test – In all cases, climbers 15 years or younger must be supervised by an adult – Children 15 and under may be belayed by an adult who has successfully completed the high wall check, but children are not permitted to belay an adult without their top rope access card – All climbers are required to have their top rope access cards in order to belay each other, except in the above circumstance

type of pass

u of a student

public

13 and under

Single

$9

$12

$9

Ten Pass

$80

$110

$80

Twenty Pass

$150

$210

$150

Fifty Pass

$325

$475

$325

One Month

$80

$100

$80

Four Month

$240

$300

$240

One Year

$480

$600

$480

Rental Equipment (on-site only) Rock shoes $6 – 13 and under $3 Harness $3 – 13 and under $1.50 Chalk bag $3 Hardware (per piece) $2

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FACILITIES Foote Field Foote Field is a multi-use sport training and competition facility at the University of Alberta’s South Campus. Foote Field is the home of the Golden Bears football, Golden Bear soccer, Pandas soccer and Pandas rugby teams. It also houses the Canadian Athletics Coaching Centre. location 11601-68 Avenue, Edmonton, AB Phone 780-492-6868 www.physedandrec.ualberta.ca/facilities/footefield bookings To book the artificial turf field, the track, the premier grass field, the east grass fields or the meeting rooms, please contact our bookings coordinator at scrental@ualberta.ca or 780-492-6835. Facilities include - Artificial turf field (lined for football, soccer and field hockey) - Premier grass field (lined for soccer) - Four natural grass fields (lined for soccer) - Track and throwing areas - Meeting and reception rooms Facilities and rental fees (Fees in effect until March 31, 2013) area/facility

cost

Artificial turf field

Seasonal – closed until Spring, 2013

Premier grass field

Seasonal – closed until Spring, 2013

4 x East natural grass fields

Seasonal – closed until Spring, 2013

Meeting and reception rooms

$75.00 - $90.00 per hour $405.00 - $486.00 per day

Track and throwing areas

Seasonal – closed until Spring, 2013

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Foote Field Meeting Rooms

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room

board-room style

class-room style

banquet-style

Alumni Lounge

up to 24 people

up to 20 people

40-50 people

Multipurpose Room

up to 45 people

Up to 65 people

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To book a meeting room, please contact scrental@ualberta.ca . Foote Field is equipped with audio-visual equipment to accommodate conferences, seminars and classes. Additional charges may apply. Please inquire. Free parking is available in the Foote Field parking lots or the Saville Community Sports Centre parking lots for facility users.

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FACILITIES Saville Community Sports Centre The Saville Community Sports Centre (SCSC) is a 32,516 m2 multi-sport facility managed and operated by the Faculty of Physical Education and Recreation at the University of Alberta. Our centre provides programming and services to sport enthusiasts at all levels, from recreational athletes to Olympic champions. location 11610 – 65 Avenue, Edmonton T6G 2E1 780-492-1000 www.savillecentre.ca customer service hours East Desk

West Desk

September 1 – April 30 Monday-Friday: 0645-2230 Saturday-Sunday: 0745-2230

September 1 – August 31 Monday-Friday: 0800-2200 Saturday: 0730-2200 Sunday: 0730-2100

May 1 – August 31 Monday-Friday: 0645-2215 Saturday-Sunday: 0800-2215 The facility is a designated Canadian Curling Association National Training Centre, a Tennis Canada High Performance Tennis Development Centre, Volleyball Canada Centre of Excellence, home to Team Ortona Gymnastics and the University of Alberta’s Golden Bears and Pandas basketball, curling, tennis and volleyball teams. additional amenities fitness centre

25 volleyball courts

indoor track

Ortona Gymnastics facility

fitness studio

competition gym with seating for 2800

locker rentals; gold and general locker rooms

30 badminton courts

conference rooms

8 indoor tennis courts

Kevin’s Rocks ‘n Racquets pro shop

10 curling sheets

Balmoral Lounge – fully licensed

outdoor tennis centre (May-September)

Food and on-site catering services

Memberships · NEW Gold memberships will now include access to selected Recreation Services fitness classes! o We offer a variety of flexible membership options to meet the needs of sports lovers, fitness enthusiasts or families who enjoy being active. From personal training to competitive sport or gymnastics, the Saville Community Sports Centre has it all. · NEW Bronze Membership o Access to the indoor track (see online calendar for indoor track schedule) 25% discount on selected Saville Community Sports Centre recreational programs the fitness centre For more information please visit www.savillecentre.ca parking Free parking is available at the Saville Community Sports Centre J parking lots and Foote Field for facility users.

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Features include 12 full-size basketball courts

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FACILITIES Van Vliet Centre location Van Vliet Centre (adjoins Universiade Pavilion) North Campus, University of Alberta Van Vliet Centre hours recreational and sporting facilities term

weekdays (Mon-Fri)

saturday

sunday

May to August

0700-2100

0900-1600

0900-1600

September to April

0700-2200

0800-1800

0900-1800

FACILITIES

van vliet centre office hours for the office of the dean, recreation services and golden bears and pandas athletics May to August

0800-1600 Closed 1200–1300 – except Recreation Services

Closed

Closed

September to April

0830-1630 Closed 1200–1300 – except Recreation Services

Closed

Closed

introduction North Campus facilities are housed in the Van Vliet Centre, named for the Faculty of Physical Education and Recreation’s founding dean, Dr. Maury Van Vliet. − The Clare Drake Arena (ice hockey) − Universiade Pavilion, a multi-use field house for track and field, indoor soccer and field hockey with four basketball/volleyball/tennis courts, three badminton courts and a running − track − Main Gym with three basketball, four volleyball and 12 badminton courts − Aquatic Centre with two indoor pools − Climbing wall − Dance studio with two volleyball and four badminton courts − Ten squash courts − Three racquetball courts − Three multi-purpose gymnasiums − Nine lecture theatres and classrooms − Equipment Room – handles sports equipment, locker rentals and towel service − Fitness and Lifestyle Centre – contains cardiovascular and strength-training equipment − The Steadward Centre – a disability research facility providing specialized physical activity programs for adults, youths and children with physical disabilities − Glen Sather Sports Medicine Clinic All users of the sport and fitness facilities in the Van Vliet Centre must hold a valid ONEcard or a Van Vliet Centre (VVC) membership card. ONEcard is a swipe-access card that is issued to students, faculty and staff of the University by the ONEcard office on campus. It serves as an identification card, enabling access to a variety of facilities and conveniences, from laboratories to photocopiers; from libraries to the Student Health Centre. It is valid until a student leaves the university, or a staff member leaves the employ of the University. ONEcard is updated by the ONEcard office each term when the athletics and recreation fee is paid. A VVC membership card is also available for − spouses and dependents of students, staff, alumni, post doctoral fellows from the Equipment Room located at W-78, Van Vliet Centre − Members of the community not affiliated with the university All prices include GST. No refunds on VVC passes or memberships, unless for a documented medical condition. Must provide a physician’s note.

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FACILITIES Where to obtain ONEcard or a VVC membership card − Students, faculty and staff members are issued a ONEcard by the ONEcard office at Cameron Library − Alumni ONEcard photos may be taken at the Equipment Room, W-78 Van Vliet Centre or at Cameron Library • ONEcard office in Cameron Library produces the card. (Process can take up to two days.) • Pick up at Equipment Room or the ONEcard office at Cameron Library • Photo ID required, such as driver’s licence, passport or other governmentissued picture identification. − Post-doctoral Fellows, affiliated staff, and community members – purchase centre memberships in the Van Vliet Centre from the Equipment Room − Day users and other short-term users of the centre are issued temporary VVC membership cards by the Equipment Room. Photo ID required, such as driver’s licence, passport or other government-issued picture identification. Equipment Room Room W-78, Van Vliet Centre, West Wing Phone: 780-492-3276

passes and memberships for the van vliet centre are sold at the equipment room, w-78, van vliet centre . all prices include gst . no refunds on vvc passes or memberships unless there is a documented medical reason . Must provide a physician’s note .

Membership categories and costs category

annual (per person)

4 months (per person)

1 month (per person)

Students – Full- and part-time

ONEcard is updated by the ONEcard Office each term when the Athletics and Recreation fee is paid.

Students taking a term off – $64; Students taking a session off – $32 Cost of membership in Van Vliet Centre included in association dues

Alumni /Alumni Family Affiliated Staff/Affiliated Staff Family Visiting Staff /Visiting Staff Family Retired Staff /Retired Staff Family Honorary Member Special Status Student Family

$320

$118

$65

Post Doctoral Fellows (PDF) / Post Doctoral Fellows Family Members

$220

$85

$42

Families, full and part-time students and dependents who are 16-17 $165 years old Special Status student Families of NASA Staff

$83

$46

Dependents of Students (up to 15 years)

$138

$61

$31

Community Member

$445

$205

$83

Additional options 10 x Pass 1 week Drop in pass for family (two adults and up to three children) Drop in Pass

$74 $26 $19 $8.50

FACILITIES

University Staff and Faculty members. Includes AASUA (academic staff) NASA (non-academic-staff) NASA Trust Account sessional staff /faculty Professors emeriti Part-time academics Families of AASUA Staff

important − All users must carry their valid ONEcard /Membership card to enter Van Vliet Centre facilities − No fitness centre access for dependants under 16 years of age − Dependents 16-17 years of age may use the fitness centre but must be supervised by an adult

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FACILITIES Swimming Only Passes − Available for purchase at the Equipment Room − Passes are for users who only wish to access the swimming pools during recreational swimming times Membership Costs Adult Annual Pass $200 Youth Annual Pass $150 Adult Monthly Pass $20 Youth Monthly Pass $15 Adult Admission $4 Youth Admission $3 Age: 18+ Age: 13-17 locker rooms in van vliet centre To use the Van Vliet Centre, which includes locker room use, you must have a current, valid U of A ONEcard or a VVC membership card. Daily Lock/Towel Rental Locks and towels may be rented daily at the Equipment Room/Towel Desk. − Locks: $2.50 each − Towels: $2 each A valid ONEcard/VVC membership card or photo ID is required for rentals. important: If you purchase a daily, weekly or monthly pass for the Van Vliet Centre, you are required leave a current driver’s license, passport or other government-issued form of identification at the Equipment Room when renting a lock and/or towel. The identity document will be returned to you when you return the rental item. Long Term Locker/Towel Rental Fees − Lockers are available on a limited basis to all valid ONEcard/VVC membership card holders. − A towel/token exchange service is included in locker rental fees − Towels will not be loaned without a towel or token in exchange. Locker and towel service are not transferable. − Lock and towel may be rented for a nominal fee with ONEcard /VVC membership card − All rental agreements are final. Cancellation fee: $15 to cover administration costs.

FACILITIES

Fines − $30 fine for the loss of a combination lock. − $20 fine for the loss of a towel or a towel token. − $20 fine for overnight use of “Day Use Only” lockers

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Locker Prices (Includes towel and lock) Small Lockers Rental Period Deposit Fee 3 terms $40 $58 2 terms $40 $48 1 term $40 $39 2 months $40 $34 1 month $40 $27

How to book a court Total $98 $88 $79 $74 $67

Full-size Lockers (Includes towel and lock) Rental Period Deposit Fee Total 3 terms $40 $110 $150 2 terms $40 $93 $133 1 term $40 $82 $122 2 months $40 $66 $106 1 month $40 $54 $94 Towel Service Rental Period 3 terms 2 terms 1 term 2 months 1 month

Deposit $10 $10 $10 $10 $10

Fee $41 $34 $27 $24 $20

Total $51 $44 $37 $34 $30

− Book courts at the Equipment Room; W-78, Van Vliet Centre, from 0730 to 2200. − Valid ONEcard required to book a court for all sports − Bookings must be made in person. No phone or email bookings − Bookings may be made for the following week starting each Friday; this includes weekend and weekdays through to the following Friday.

Usage of unreserved courts − Unreserved courts are available on a first come, first served basis − If a reserved court is not occupied within 10 minutes of the scheduled time, it becomes available on a first come, first served basis

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REGISTRATION how to register For activities – You will need the course code to register – Valid ONEcard required for University of Alberta students, staff and alumni – A University of Alberta student is one who is currently enrolled in an academic program at the University of Alberta – Payment required at the time of registration – Confirmation by email of your course(s), location, dates and times. – Please contact the Activity Registration Zone if you do not receive the receipt in 1-2 business days

Online Online at the Activity Registration Zone web site – Open 24 hours. Secure – View spaces available in classes – Join a waiting list for a class – To obtain your account PIN and login ID, submit your request online, or contact the Activity Registration Zone by phone or in person

In Person

If a program is full, you can put your name on the waiting list. If a place becomes available we will contact you by phone or email. Please ensure we have a viable phone number or email address for you.

registration, withdrawal and transFer policies Refund – You may withdraw from, or transfer to, a program prior to the start of the third class – No refund or credit after the third class – If registering for a program after the third class, you are not eligible for a refund or credit – A refund will be issued for the value of the remaining classes less a $15 administration fee – If original payment was by credit card or debit card the refund will be issued to the card used for the original payment – If original payment was by cash or cheque you will be refunded by cheque. This will be mailed to you in 3-6 weeks from the time the refund is requested

Credit By Phone Activity Registration Zone – 780-492-2231

By Fax Fax 780-492-7190

By Mail Activity Registration Zone, Faculty of Physical Education and Recreation W-79, Van Vliet Centre University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta T6G 2H9

How to Pay – Cash – Personal cheque or money order payable to University of Alberta; no post-dated cheques; $25 administrative fee is charged for NSF cheques – Credit card (VISA or MasterCard only) – Debit card (in person only)

– Instead of a refund you can also request a credit be issued to your account – The credit will be for the cost of the remaining classes; no $15 administration fee will be assessed when requesting a credit – This credit can be used towards most recreational programs and services offered by the Faculty of Physical Education and Recreation – If a refund is requested at a later date a $15 administration fee will be assessed

Transfer – A $5 transfer fee is assessed on all transfers – If transferring to a program of greater value you will be required to pay the difference between the programs; if the program is of lesser value the difference will be credited to your account – No transfer fee if your program is cancelled and you transfer to another program Contact – www.activityreg.ualberta.ca email: activityreg@ualberta.ca; phone 780-492-2231

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Activity Registration Zone – Sales Office Room W-79, Van Vliet Centre Monday to Friday 0900-1700

Waiting list

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REGISTRATION Complete the form in its entirety before submitting. Register online at www.activityreg.ualberta.ca Registrant Status ❑ Student

(Check corresponding category)

❑ Academic Staff

❑ NASA

❑ Alumni

❑ Public

Registrant Information Last Name

First Name

Parent /Guardian Name (needed only if child under 18 is being registered for a course) Street Address

Town /City

Date of Birth ( MM /DD /YY)

Gender ( M /F )

Telephone

Fax Number

Postal Code

ONEcard # (if applicable)

E-mail

Mail or fax your registration form and payment to: Activity Registration Zone, W-79 Van Vliet Centre, University of Alberta, Edmonton AB T6G 2H9 Fax – 780-492-7190

REGISTRATION

Your receipt will be emailed to you in 1-2 business days.

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course code

course name

cost

course code

course name

cost

course code

course name

cost

course code

course name

cost

For office use only: Date and Time received

Processed by

Course Withdrawal /Credit /Refund Policy (See Page 71) assumption of risk: The Faculty of Physical Education & Recreation at the University of Alberta strives to provide awareness of risks associated with each program/activity it offers. It should be understood that there are risks associated with participation in our programs/activities and that there are risks/dangers which are inherent to each specific activity. These risks include, but are not limited to the loss of personal property, the possibility of personal injury and physical injury to others such as muscle strains, broken bones, concussions, soft tissue damage, infectious diseases, cardiac arrest, etc. including the possible risk of severe or fatal injury. It is each individual’s responsibility to ascertain whether he/she has any health conditions which make it inadvisable to participate in that activity. We strongly recommend an annual physical exam prior to the start of any program or activity and that additional information is sought at any time a person’s health status is changes. Such actions are designed to ensure that participation is within one’s health status/limitations. It should also be understood that the individual is responsible for any medical treatment costs which may occur as a result of participation. Freedom of information and protection of privacy: The personal information on this form is collected under the authority of Section 32(c) of the Alberta Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, Section 17(1) of the Alberta Universities Act. The information will enable us to process your registration and contact you in the future regarding programming information, growth & development. If you have any questions about the collection of this information, please call 780-492-2231.

Method of Payment ❑ CASH

❑ VISA

❑ MasterCard

❑ DEBIT

❑ CHEQUE or MONEY ORDER (make payable to University of Alberta. Include with registration form. No post-dated cheques will be accepted.) Credit Card Number

Expiry (MM/YY)

Name of credit card holder if different from registrant

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124 St

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122 St

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123 St

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show Stand

& go

Winter

on its Head!

Try something new this term. Did you know we have Drop-in passes for great classes? • Try a smorgasbord of fun, fabulous fitness activities • Get your heart pumping and your feet jumping • Drop-in activities are marked with a ★ in the guide • Buy your pass – single, 10 or 20- at the Activity Registration Zone, W-79 Van Vliet Centre

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life

• Then just Show and Go

And that’s just the tip of the iceberg.

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Activities Guide Winter 2013