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Recreation Services

Fall Program Guide 2013

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Contents

Intramurals

Registration......................................... 4-9 Officials’ clinics (Intramurals)...........10 Tournaments........................................... 8

Programs & Courses

Mike enjoying the Tarzan rope at the pool

AquaFit....................................................13 AquaZumba..........................................14 Aquatics (advanced courses)..........17 Bootcamp...............................................15 Child/Youth............................................18 Dance.......................................................15 Fencing....................................................15 First Aid/CPR..........................................16 Fitness classes.......................................12 Japanese Swordsmanship................15 Kickbox....................................................15 Personal Training.................................11 Pilates.......................................................14 Running..................................................12 Spin classes............................................12 Sports injury/Athletic training........17 Swimming Lessons.............................13 Triathlon..................................................13 Yoga/Yogalates.....................................14 Zumba.....................................................14

Memberships

Fees.................................................... 20-21 Member information............ 20, 22-23

Information

Contacts.................................................... 3 Hours of operation................................ 2 Jobs..................................................... 3/10 Refund policy.......................................... 2 Registration information.................... 2

Facilities

Gyms........................................................24 Indoor track...........................................24 Sauna/whirlpool..................................24 Squash/tennis courts.........................24 Swimming pool....................................24 The Zone (fitness centre)..................24

On the cover...

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Alex is participating in Intramural flag football. For information on 1 leagues, see p. 7

Registration, Hours of Operation Register early

Classes can fill quickly and often require a minimum number of participants to run, so please register early. Classes with low enrolment may be cancelled.

Confirmation of registration

In most cases, an official receipt will be emailed to you for confirmation and for tax purposes. Check your receipt for course information. Please ensure that we have your most up-to-date contact information in our system. If you do not have access to email, please request a printed copy of your receipt.

HST

If applicable, prices listed in this guide include HST .

Accessibility

If you require special services, please communicate this to our staff when registering for your program or membership.

By phone (programs only) 905 688 5550 x4060

Please have your VISA/Mastercard number, expiry date and security code ready when you call to register. During peak registration times, you may be asked to leave a message with a daytime and evening number. We will make every effort to return your call on the same business day.

In person

Visit the Welcome Desk located in the lobby of the Walker Complex. Payments are accepted by cash, cheque, VISA, Mastercard or Debit.

Brock student/member discounts

Where indicated, Brock students and members of the Walker Complex will receive a discount on programs. These discounted prices are indicated in the course descriptions.

Fall/Winter

Sept. 3/13-Apr. 25/14

Monday to Friday..................6:30 am-11 pm Saturday............................................8 am-7 pm Sunday..............................................8 am-9 pm

Holiday hours

Sept. 2, 2013 (Labour Day).......11 am-3 pm Oct. 13, 2013.................................11 am-4 pm Oct. 14, 2013 (Thanksgiving)......... CLOSED Oct. 15-18, 2013.....................6:30 am-10 pm (Fall Reading Week) Dec. 18-20, 2013...................... 6:30 am-9 pm Dec. 21-22, 2013............................8 am-5 pm Dec. 23, 2013............................. 6:30 am-9 pm Dec. 24, 2013.......................6:30 am-12 noon Dec. 25-26, 2013 (Christmas).......... CLOSED Dec. 27-31, 2013..........................11 am-4 pm Jan. 1, 2014 (New Year’s).................. CLOSED Jan. 2-3, 2014............................ 6:30 am-9 pm Jan. 4, 2014......................................8 am-5 pm Jan. 5, 2014......................................8 am-9 pm

Special events

Events require set-up time in advance. Oct. 19, 2013............................... Convocation Nov. 3, 2013................ Open House (Beddis) Nov. 4, 2013....................Health Fair (Beddis) Nov. 5, 2013.................... Career Fair (Beddis) Dec. 6-17, 2013 (Exams).......(Beddis/Davis) Sun., Dec. 8 & 15 (Exams)............8 am-5 pm

Track closures

Refund policy

Unless otherwise specified, refunds for memberships or programs already in progress will be issued within the first two weeks of your membership or two classes. A $15 administrative fee will be deducted. After two weeks or two classes, refunds may be issued due to extreme circumstances (injury, accident, relocation outside the Niagara Region). Written documentation may be required.

Oct. 19, 2013............................... Convocation Dec. 6-17, 2013........................................Exams (During exams, the track is not available 8-11 am, 12 noon-3 pm, 4-7 pm, 8-11 pm)

Refunds for certification programs will only be issued when the Welcome Desk staff receives notice of cancellation at least five business days prior to the course start date. This is due to financial commitments to the instructor, the certification governing body, and 100% attendance requirement.

Oct. 14, 2013..............................Thanksgiving Oct. 19, 2013............................... Convocation Oct. 26-27, 2013..............Walker Swim Meet Nov. 30-Dec. 1, 2013.................... Swim Meet

We reserve the right to cancel any program that does not have sufficient registration. Participants will receive a full refund and notification prior to the beginning of the course. It is your responsibility when registering to ensure that the phone number, email address, and mailing address we have in our system is current.

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Hours of Operation

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Pool closures

Note:

• Facility wristbands will not be issued within one-half hour of closing time. • You will be required to clear activity areas 10 minutes prior to closing to allow time to shower and retrieve personal belongings. • Hours subject to change with notice.

General Information Contacts (Dial 905 688 5550, then “1” and the extension listed below.) Walker Complex Welcome Desk (registration, inquiries)......................................x3387/4060 Central Equipment Room (equipment, courts, facility availability)............................ x3377 The Zone (direct line to fitness centre/spin class sign-up/orientation)...................... x3009 Intramural office (team schedules, rules).............................................................................. x3742 Director of Recreation Services Karen McAllister-Kenny (kmcallis@brocku.ca)...... x3574 Associate aquatics manager Debbie McCracken (dmccracken@brocku.ca)............ x4089 Facilities manager Brent Schulz (bschulz@brocku.ca)...................................................... x3927 Fitness centre manager Eric Walter (ewalter@brocku.ca)................................................ x3093 To book facilities: Facility bookings – Brent Schulz (bschulz@brocku.ca)..................................................... x3927 Pool bookings – Debbie McCracken (dmccracken@brocku.ca).................................... x4089 Racquet court bookings (call before 11 am daily).............................................................. x3377 Program inquiries: Fitness/programs – Eric Walter (ewalter@brocku.ca)........................................................ x3093 Intramurals – Megan Locker (mlocker@brocku.ca)............................................................ x4699 Aquatics, First Aid & CPR – Margie Lizzotti (mlizzott@brocku.ca)................................. x3555 Brock Niagara Aquatics (community swim team) – Peter Bradstreet (pbradstreet@brocku.ca)...................................................................................................... x3244 Personal Training – Eric Walter (ewalter@brocku.ca)......................................................... x3093

Inclement weather

The University will close because of severe weather when normal operation would pose a significant danger to students, staff, faculty and the community in attending classes or other activities on campus. Closures will be announced on local radio stations. If the university should close part way through the day, every effort is made by our staff to contact program participants by email or telephone provided that the information you have given us is up-to-date in our system. For information, visit brocku.ca/library/ about-us-lib/policies/inclementweather

Consider a part-time job with Recreation Services 2014-2015 JOBS: • Personal Trainers • Intramural staff • Equipment Room • Fitness & Spin Instructors • Welcome Desk staff • PALS/Summer Camp staff • Children’s Movement Program staff

JOBS AVAILABLE FALL 2013: Lifeguards & Swim Instructors Applications due by August 30, 2013

Job descriptions and applications are available at brocku.ca/recreationservices/studentemployment starting December 2, 2013

Intramural Officials

Applications available at the Intramural office, Walker Complex 215

Fitness & Spin Instructors

Apply at the Zone

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Deadline to apply is January 31, 2014, in person at the Welcome Desk, Walker Complex.

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Intramurals Who can participate?

Full-time and part-time students with a valid Brock I.D. card and members of the Walker Complex (faculty, staff, alumni and community) can participate.

How to enter (two ways) As a team

European Handball

Women’s Hockey

Inner Tube Water Polo

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Slow-pitch

1. Pick up a team entry form at the Welcome Desk. 2. Fill out the team entry form completely. Players can be added at a later date. 3. Register your team on the dates indicated for that sport. 4. If a league fills, your team entry form will be held, you will be placed on a waiting list and no fee is required at that time. If a spot becomes available, you will be notified and given 24 hours to pay the fee at the Welcome Desk. 5. After registering at the Welcome Desk, register your team on our online scheduling system at NEW IMLeagues.com/brocku 6. All teams (even waitlisted teams) are required to have a representative attend the captain’s meeting. Failure to attend the captain’s meeting will result in the loss of 1/2 of your performance bond. 7. Following the captain’s meeting, check the web page at brocku.ca/ recreation-services/intramurals or the bulletin board located outside the Intramural office (WC215) for your scheduled games.

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As a free agent (individual)

Sign up at the Welcome Desk and pay the individual registration fee. We will do our best to place you on a team or form a new team. You must sign up before the registration deadline for your league. After registering at the Welcome Desk, make an account with IMLeagues at IMLeagues.com/brocku and join the individual team. Following the captains’ meeting, you will be contacted by the convenor.

ID at intramural games

You must show your current Brock I.D. card or Brock membership card with photo I.D. to the official at each intramural game you play. Remember, no I.D., no play!

Entry fee

Your team’s entry fee helps to offset some of the costs to administer the league. These costs include equipment purchase and replacement, facility costs (in some cases), officials, convenors, and promotional costs. We must charge teams a minimal amount to assist with these costs. All teams entering a league must pay a non-refundable entry fee plus a refundable bond fee. Ice hockey and broomball fees are higher due to the cost of ice rental.

Note:

1. All fees must be paid when registering. 2. All fees are non-refundable unless the league does not run. 3. If you do not make an account with IMLeagues you will not be able to view the schedule.

Soccer

Intramurals Performance bond

Each team participating in an intramural league must pay a performance bond. WHY? Defaults cause frustrations for everyone involved, especially for the team who misses their scheduled games because the opposition failed to field enough players. The officials and the convenor must be paid, even though no game is played. As well, space is wasted that could have been used for another game.

Behaviour bond

Some sports require a behaviour bond. The purpose of this bond is to prevent unacceptable behaviour during the intramural sports season. If your team competes fairly with respect for your opponents, officials and staff, the bond will be returned to your team in full. If your team, a member of your team, coach/manager, or spectators with your team, display unacceptable behaviour, your team will lose part or all of the behaviour bond. Decisions regarding the bond and the team’s status in the league will be handled by the Intramural Coordinator on a case-by-case basis.

What happens with the bond?

If your team is represented at the Captains’ meeting and plays in every competition, a credit for the bond amount will be issued to your team captain, or the person who paid the bond (see Bond refunds). • If your captain or a representative of your team is not present at the captains’ meeting, your team will lose one-half of the bond. • If your team defaults one game, you will lose one-half of the bond. • If your team defaults a second game, you will lose the full bond, and will be removed from the league.

Bond refunds

Bond refunds will be credited to your team captain’s student account, through the Finance Office (or to the person listed on your team sign-up sheet who paid the bond). Captains will be notified when the bonds have been credited to their account. Should the funds be required to reimburse your teammates, please request this through the Finance Office (Schmon Tower 12th floor) or online at brocku.ca/finance/students/request-arefund

Spirit of Competition What is it?

Sport can teach a lot about life, such as setting goals, teamwork and cooperation, but these positive values can only be learned when the sport is enjoyable and played fairly. The foundation of the intramural league will be based on the fair play principles of integrity, fairness and respect. Specifically, these principles are: • Respect the rules. • Respect the officials and their decisions. • Respect your opponent. ��� Maintain your self-control at all times.

Regular season

Teams must have an average Spirit of Competition rating of +1 or better at the end of the regular season or they will be removed from the league and will not continue to the playoff season. Teams that accumulate enough negative totals during regular season, that eliminate them from the possibility of playoff season, will be removed from the league immediately. The remainder of their games will be forfeited.

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Who is involved?

Every participant, official and convenor will have an active part in upholding these principles. A team’s fair play will be measured through a rating structure of +2, +1, 0, -1, and -2, called Spirit of Competition ratings (S.O.C.). These scores are an indication of how well a team has upheld the principles of fair play in a game.

Who awards points?

During the regular season, captains rate their opponents. Referees and convenors rate both teams. At the beginning of each game, team ratings start at “0” and stay at “0” on average, go up for positive and down for negative fair play behaviour. All scores will be added up throughout the regular season and this will give a team its final S.O.C. rating. In the playoff season, only referees and convenors will rate teams.

FAIR PLAY is for everyone

Failure to abide by our CODE OF FAIR PLAY will result in a review of the incident and possibly the removal of individuals and privileges.

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Intramurals

This team started off on an individuals’ team and stayed in contact throughout the year. They formed their own team the next year!

Captain’s responsibilities

Every team must have a captain or a representative who will be responsible for the following: 1. Register your team at the Welcome Desk during the dates/times indicated. 2. Make an account with IMLeagues and register your team at IMLeagues.com/ NEW brocku 3. Attend the Captains’ meeting or have a representative attend. 4. Ensure the eligibility of your team players. 5. Inform your team of eligibility, conduct and activity rules and ensure that team members abide by the rules. 6. Read the Captains’ information located at brocku.ca/recreation-services 7. Relay any schedule changes to your team members. 8. Sign the score sheet at the end of every game to verify the score and winning team. 9. Assign a S.O.C. grade to your opponent at the end of each game. 10. Make sure that your team’s first priority is to have fun through healthy competition.

Number of games

We try our very best to schedule an equal number of regular season games for each team; however, due to the number of entries, byes may occur. Games may be cancelled due to circumstances beyond our control (weather, holidays, etc.). We will make an effort to reschedule; however, some games may be cancelled.

Fair play code

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Everyone who uses our fair play facility should: • Demonstrate respect for all individuals. • Respect the facility in which you participate. • Share equipment, space and facilities willingly. • Maintain self-control at all times. • Condemn violence and harassment in all forms. • Always attempt to contribute to the betterment of the Brock Intramural experience.

Captains/coaches...

must act as team leaders and encourage, motivate and assist in developing players to achieve their maximum potential. All coaches/ captains will: • teach players to play fairly and respect the rules, officials, spectators and players. • work in co-operation with the officials for the benefit of the game. • recognize and respect the differences in your players. • not ridicule or degrade players for any reason. • encourage and reward effort, fair play, participation and commitment.

Players...

should compete to the best of their ability within the limits of the rules. All players will: • participate for the love and enjoyment of the game. • respect the efforts and accomplishments of their opponents. • respect their teammates and do their best to be a true team player. • respect all players, coaches/ captains, officials, spectators and administrators, • respect and play by the rules of the game.

Spectators...

should maintain a supportive atmosphere that positively will make sure that every player has motivates players, coaches/captains, a reasonable opportunity to perform officials and other spectators. All to the best of his or her ability, within spectators will: the limits of the rules. All officials will: • encourage players to play • apply rules of the game with according to the rules. consistency, courtesy, intelligence • refrain from negative and firmness without provoking communication with players, antagonism. officials, administrators and other • maintain a healthy atmosphere and spectators. environment for safe competition. • show respect for a team’s • not tolerate unacceptable conduct opponents because without them towards themselves, other officials, there would be no game. players, coaches/captains and • never influence the outcome of spectators. an event or game and never pose • maintain impartiality at all times. a distraction to players, coaches/ • avoid or terminate any situation captains and officials. that threatens the safety of • remain in the spectator section the players, coaches/captains, and refrain from entering the spectators or other officials. playing area at all times.

Officials...

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Intramural Leagues - Fall Term

Night

Coed Slow-pitch (A, B, Rec) Fall

Fall

Fri Sep 13 @ 8:30 am

Wed Sep 18 @ 6 pm

Wed Sep 18 @ 7 pm

Fri Sep 13 @ 8:30 am

Wed Sep 18 @ 6 pm

Wed Sep 18 @ 7 pm

Cost: $110 (entry fee $70 + performance bond $40)

Tue

Men’s Ball Hockey

Captain’s Meeting

Cost: $110 (entry fee $70 + performance bond $40)

Wed

Men’s Flag Football

Registrations Closes

Cost: $110 (entry fee $70 + performance bond $40)

Sun

Coed Flag Football Fall

Registration Opens

(Games begin Sunday, Sepember 22, 2013)

Fri Sep 13 @ 8:30 am

Wed Sep 18 @ 6 pm

Wed Sep 18 @ 7 pm

Cost: $110 (entry fee $70 + performance bond $40)

Fall

Sun

Fri Sep 13 @ 8:30 am

Wed Sep 18 @ 6 pm

Wed Sep 18 @ 7 pm

Fall

Mon

Fri Sep 13 @ 8:30 am

Wed Sep 18 @ 6 pm

Wed Sep 18 @ 7 pm

Fall

Thu

Fri Sep 13 @ 8:30 am

Wed Sep 18 @ 6 pm

Wed Sep 18 @ 7 pm

Coed Ball Hockey Fall

Men’s Afternoon Basketall Fall

Cost: $110 (entry fee $70 + performance bond $40)

Tue

Wed Sep 18 @ 6 pm

Wed Sep 18 @ 7 pm

Cost: $110 (entry fee $70 + performance bond $40)

Fri afternoon

Coed Outdoor Soccer

Fri Sep 13 @ 8:30 am Fri Sep 13 @ 8:30 am

Wed Sep 18 @ 6 pm

Wed Sep 18 @ 7 pm

Cost: $110 (entry fee $70 + performance bond $40)

Fall

Sun

Fri Sep 13 @ 8:30 am

Wed Sep 18 @ 6 pm

Wed Sep 18 @ 7 pm

Fall

Thu

Fri Sep 13 @ 8:30 am

Wed Sep 18 @ 6 pm

Wed Sep 18 @ 7 pm

Men’s Outdoor Soccer Fall

Mon

Women’s Outdoor Soccer Fall

Cost: $210 (entry fee $70 + performance bond $40 + behaviour bond $100) Fri Sep 13 @ 8:30 am

Wed Sep 18 @ 6 pm

Wed Sep 18 @ 7 pm

Cost: $110 (entry fee $70 + performance bond $40)

Mon

Fri Sep 13 @ 8:30 am

Wed Sep 18 @ 6 pm

Wed Sep 18 @ 7 pm

Coed Outdoor Soccer Baseball Cost: $110 (entry fee $70 + performance bond $40) Fall

Wed

Men’s Singles Badminton Fall Fall

Wed Sep 18 @ 7 pm

Fri Sep 13 @ 8:30 am

Wed Sep 18 @ 6 pm

Wed Sep 18 @ 7 pm

Cost: $35 (entry fee $15 + performance bond $20)

Sun

Women’s 4’s Volleyball

Wed Sep 18 @ 6 pm

Cost: $35 (entry fee $15 + performance bond $20)

Sun

Women’s Singles Badminton

Fri Sep 13 @ 8:30 am

Fri Sep 13 @ 8:30 am

Wed Sep 18 @ 6 pm

Wed Sep 18 @ 7 pm

Cost: $100 (entry fee $60 + performance bond $40)

Fall

Wed

Fri Sep 13 @ 8:30 am

Wed Sep 18 @ 6 pm

Wed Sep 18 @ 7 pm

Fall

Thu

Fri Sep 13 @ 8:30 am

Wed Sep 18 @ 6 pm

Wed Sep 18 @ 7 pm

Men’s 4’s Volleyball

Cost: $100 (entry fee $60 + performance bond $40)

Fall

Wed

Fri Sep 13 @ 8:30 am

Wed Sep 18 @ 6 pm

Wed Sep 18 @ 7 pm

Fall

Thu

Fri Sep 13 @ 8:30 am

Wed Sep 18 @ 6 pm

Wed Sep 18 @ 7 pm

Coed 4’s Volleyball

Cost: $100 (entry fee $60 + performance bond $40)

Fall

Mon

Fri Sep 13 @ 8:30 am

Wed Sep 18 @ 6 pm

Wed Sep 18 @ 7 pm

Fall

Tue

Fri Sep 13 @ 8:30 am

Wed Sep 18 @ 6 pm

Wed Sep 18 @ 7 pm

Coed Inner Tube Water polo

Cost: $110 (entry fee $70 + performance bond $40)

Fall

Tue

Fri Sep 13 @ 8:30 am

Wed Sep 18 @ 6 pm

Wed Sep 18 @ 7 pm

Fall

Thu

Fri Sep 13 @ 8:30 am

Wed Sep 18 @ 6 pm

Wed Sep 18 @ 7 pm

Singles Tennis (Men’s & Women’s) Cost: $35 (entry fee $15 + performance bond $20) Fall

Any day

Men’s Ice Hockey Fall/Winter

Sun-Thu

Women’s Ice Hockey Fall/Winter

Wed Sep 18 @ 6 pm

Wed Sep 18 @ 7 pm

Mon Sep 23 @ 8:30 am

Tue Sep 24 @ 7 pm

Tue Sep 24 @ 7 pm

Cost: $870 (entry fee $830 + performance bond $40) @ Merritton Arena

Mon

Prices listed are per team.

Fri Sep 13 @ 8:30 am

Cost: $970 (entry fee $830 + performance bond $40 + behaviour bond $100) @ Merritton Arena

Mon Sep 23 @ 8:30 am

Tue Sep 24 @ 7 pm

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Intramural Leagues - Fall/Winter, Tournaments Term

Night

Registration Opens

Women’s Basketball

Registrations Closes

Captain’s Meeting

Cost: $110 (entry fee $70 + performance bond $40)

Fall/Winter

Sun

Mon Nov 4 @ 8:30 am

Thu Nov 7 @ 6 pm

Thu Nov 7 @ 7 pm

Fall/Winter

Tue

Mon Nov 4 @ 8:30 am

Thu Nov 7 @ 6 pm

Thu Nov 7 @ 7 pm

Men’s Basketball

Cost: $110 (entry fee $70 + performance bond $40)

Fall/Winter

Sun

Mon Nov 4 @ 8:30 am

Thu Nov 7 @ 6 pm

Thu Nov 7 @ 7 pm

Fall/Winter

Tue

Mon Nov 4 @ 8:30 am

Thu Nov 7 @ 6 pm

Thu Nov 7 @ 7 pm

Coed Basketball Fall/Winter

Cost: $110 (entry fee $70 + performance bond $40)

Mon

Coed Indoor Soccer

Mon Nov 4 @ 8:30 am

Thu Nov 7 @ 6 pm

Thu Nov 7 @ 7 pm

Cost: $110 (entry fee $70 + performance bond $40)

Fall/Winter

Sun

Mon Nov 4 @ 8:30 am

Thu Nov 7 @ 6 pm

Thu Nov 7 @ 7 pm

Fall/Winter

Mon

Mon Nov 4 @ 8:30 am

Thu Nov 7 @ 6 pm

Thu Nov 7 @ 7 pm

Fall/Winter

Thu

Mon Nov 4 @ 8:30 am

Thu Nov 7 @ 6 pm

Thu Nov 7 @ 7 pm

Coed 4’s Volleyball Tuesday morning

Cost: $100 (entry fee $60 + performance bond $40)

Fall/Winter

Mon Nov 4 @ 8:30 am

Tue (10 am-12 noon)

Indoor Ultimate Frisbee

Thu Nov 7 @ 6 pm

Thu Nov 7 @ 7 pm

Cost: $110 (entry fee $70 + performance bond $40)

Fall/Winter

Wed

Mon Nov 4 @ 8:30 am

Thu Nov 7 @ 6 pm

Thu Nov 7 @ 7 pm

Fall/Winter

Thu

Mon Nov 4 @ 8:30 am

Thu Nov 7 @ 6 pm

Thu Nov 7 @ 7 pm

Coed European Handball

Cost: $110 (entry fee $70 + performance bond $40)

Fall/Winter

Tue

Mon Nov 4 @ 8:30 am

Thu Nov 7 @ 6 pm

Thu Nov 7 @ 7 pm

Fall/Winter

Wed

Mon Nov 4 @ 8:30 am

Thu Nov 7 @ 6 pm

Thu Nov 7 @ 7 pm

Singles Squash Fall/Winter

Cost: $35 (entry fee $15 + performance bond $20)

Wed

Coed Water Volleyball Fall/Winter

Mon Nov 4 @ 8:30 am

Thu Nov 7 @ 6 pm

Thu Nov 7 @ 7 pm

Cost: $110 (entry fee $70 + performance bond $40)

Tue

Mon Nov 4 @ 8:30 am

Thu Nov 7 @ 6 pm

Thu Nov 7 @ 7 pm

Fees quoted are per team. Free agents, who are not part of a team, may register at the Welcome Desk. The sport convenor will add you to a team. Free agent fees are $15/sport Exceptions: Ice Hockey - $100 | Co-ed Hockey - $50 | Broomball - $50

Tournaments Date Coed Quidditch Saturday, October 26

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Registration Opens NEW

Registrations Closes

Captains’ Meeting

Thu Oct 24 @ 6 pm

You will be contacted

Thu Nov 14 @ 6 pm

You will be contacted

Thu Jan 23 @ 6 pm

You will be contacted

Thu Mar 27 @ 6 pm

You will be contacted

Cost: $40/team Mon Oct 21 @ 8:30 am

Coed Wallyball

Cost: $40/team

Saturday, November 16

Mon Nov 4 @ 8:30 am

Coed Snow Football

Cost: $40/team

Saturday, January 25

Mon Jan 13 @ 8:30 am

March Madness Basketball

Cost: $40/team

Month of March

Mon Mar 10 @ 8:30 am

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Intramural Leagues - Winter Term

Night

Coed Underwater Hockey

Registration Opens

Registrations Closes

Captain’s Meeting

Cost: $110 (entry fee $70 + performance bond $40)

Winter

Tue

Mon Jan 20 @ 8:30 am

Wed Jan 22 @ 6 pm

Wed Jan 22 @ 7 pm

Winter

Thu

Mon Jan 20 @ 8:30 am

Wed Jan 22 @ 6 pm

Wed Jan 22 @ 7 pm

Men’s Indoor Soccer

Cost: $210 (entry fee $70 + performance bond $40 + $100 behaviour bond)

Winter

Sun

Mon Jan 20 @ 8:30 am

Wed Jan 22 @ 6 pm

Wed Jan 22 @ 7 pm

Winter

Tue

Mon Jan 20 @ 8:30 am

Wed Jan 22 @ 6 pm

Wed Jan 22 @ 7 pm

Winter

Thu

Mon Jan 20 @ 8:30 am

Wed Jan 22 @ 6 pm

Wed Jan 22 @ 7 pm

Women’s Indoor Soccer

Cost: $110 (entry fee $70 + performance bond $40)

Winter

Mon

Mon Jan 20 @ 8:30 am

Wed Jan 22 @ 6 pm

Wed Jan 22 @ 7 pm

Winter

Wed

Mon Jan 20 @ 8:30 am

Wed Jan 22 @ 6 pm

Wed Jan 22 @ 7 pm

Coed Dodgeball Winter

Tue

Men’s Doubles Badminton Winter

Cost: $110 (entry fee $70 + performance bond $40) Mon Jan 20 @ 8:30 am

Wed Jan 22 @ 6 pm

Wed Jan 22 @ 7 pm

Cost: $50 (entry fee $30 + performance bond $20)

Tue

Mon Jan 20 @ 8:30 am

Wed Jan 22 @ 6 pm

Wed Jan 22 @ 7 pm

Women’s Doubles Badminton Cost: $50 (entry fee $30 + performance bond $20) Winter

Tue

Mixed Doubles Badminton Winter

Wed Jan 22 @ 6 pm

Wed Jan 22 @ 7 pm

Cost: $50 (entry fee $30 + performance bond $20)

Tue

Coed 6’s Volleyball

Mon Jan 20 @ 8:30 am Mon Jan 20 @ 8:30 am

Wed Jan 22 @ 6 pm

Wed Jan 22 @ 7 pm

Cost: $110 (entry fee $70 + performance bond $40)

Winter

Sun

Mon Jan 20 @ 8:30 am

Wed Jan 22 @ 6 pm

Wed Jan 22 @ 7 pm

Winter

Mon

Mon Jan 20 @ 8:30 am

Wed Jan 22 @ 6 pm

Wed Jan 22 @ 7 pm

Winter

Wed

Mon Jan 20 @ 8:30 am

Wed Jan 22 @ 6 pm

Wed Jan 22 @ 7 pm

Coed Broomball Winter

Sun-Thu

Singles Table Tennis Winter

Winter

Wed Jan 22 @ 6 pm

Wed Jan 22 @ 7 pm

Mon Jan 20 @ 8:30 am

Wed Jan 22 @ 6 pm

Wed Jan 22 @ 7 pm

Cost: $110 (entry fee $70 + performance bond $40)

Thu

Coed Ice Hockey

Mon Jan 20 @ 8:30 am

Cost: $35 (entry fee $15 + performance bond $20)

Tue

Coed Soccer Baseball Winter

Cost: $470 (entry fee $430 + performance bond $40)

Mon Jan 20 @ 8:30 am

Wed Jan 22 @ 6 pm

Wed Jan 22 @ 7 pm

Cost: $470 (entry fee $430 + performance bond $40)

Various (late)

Mon Jan 20 @ 8:30 am

Wed Jan 22 @ 6 pm

Wallyball

Wed Jan 22 @ 7 pm

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Officials’ Clinics Sport

In-class and Practical

Location (subject to change)

Flag Football (Men’s & Coed)

Thu Sep 19 @ 4 pm

Intramural fields

Slow-pitch (Men’s & Coed)

Thu Sep 19 @ 4 pm

Intramural fields

Outdoor Soccer (Men’s, Women’s & Coed)

Thu Sep 19 @ 4 pm

Intramural fields

4’s Volleyball

Thu Sep 19 @ 6 pm

Ian Beddis court 4

Ball Hockey

Thu Sep 19 @ 8 pm

Gym 2

Inner Tube Water Polo (Coed)

Thu Sep 19 @ 7 pm

Intramural office (WC 215)

Basketball (Men’s, Women’s & Coed)

Thu Sep 19 @ 7 pm

Gym 2

Ice Hockey (Men’s & Women’s)

Wed Sep 25 @ 6 pm

Intramural office (WC 215)

Floorball

Thu Nov 7 @ 7 pm

Gym 2

European Handball

Thu Nov 7 @ 7 pm

Gym 2

Indoor Soccer (Coed)

Thu Nov 7 @ 7 pm

Gym 2

6’s Volleyball (Coed)

Wed Jan 22 @ 7 pm

Gym 2

Indoor Soccer (Men’s & Women’s)

Wed Jan 22 @ 7 pm

Gym 2

Dodge Ball

Wed Jan 22 @ 7 pm

Gym 2

Broomball (Coed)

Wed Jan 22 @ 5 pm

Intramural office (WC 215)

Underwater Hockey

Wed Jan 22 @ 6 pm

Intramural office (WC 215)

Soccer Baseball

Wed Jan 22 @ 7 pm

Gym 2

Make some extra $$$$

If you play and understand any of the competitive sports offered through Campus Recreation, why not become an official? You will learn the skill of officiating through clinics and evaluations and gain essential skills including active listening, teamwork, confidence and assertiveness. All officials will be rated based on previous experience, certification and other criteria. You can increase your rating during the season by working to improve your skills.

Pay rates for officials

$10.25-$13.50/hour. Payment occurs at the end of the sport league.

Rating criteria for officials

(determined by Intramural Coordinator) 1. Knowledge of the sport, including “Brock” modifications 2. Reliability 3. Positioning 4. Certification 5. Attendance at Clinics 6. Experience

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Brophy Cup

In early November 2010, a group of Brock alumni founded the Brophy Cup in memory of Conor Brophy, a former Brock student who enjoyed playing intramural Slowpitch and left his fellow teammates with many great memories of their time together. Tragically, Brophy passed away in March 2010. The Brophy Cup will be awarded to the intramural Slowpitch B championship team annually. Congratulations to The Baseball Team, 2012 Brophy Cup winners!

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Personal Training/Fitness Certification/Masters Swim Personal Training at the Zone

Train with one of our experienced and certified personal trainers to reach your fitness goals. With one-on-one attention, your trainer will design and navigate you through a program that is specific to your needs. Get the most out of your workouts! Visit the Zone to meet your personal trainer and fitness coach. Register at the Welcome Desk and take your receipt to the Zone manager where an appropriate trainer will be assigned to you. Training Package

Included in package

Student/Member

Non-member $65

Single Session

• One training session

$59

3-session package

• Fitness test with consultation • Three training sessions • One 6-week program design following consultation

$119

5-session package

• Fitness test with consultation • Five training sessions • One 6-week program design following consultation

$165

$179

10-session package

• Fitness test with consultation • 10 training sessions • One 10-week program design following consultation

$283

$299

16-session package

• Fitness test with consultation • 16 training sessions • One 8-week program design following consultation • One 8-week program upon completion of initial program

$435

$459

Group training

Share in the results and share in the savings! Sign up for training in groups of two or three and save 20% each

$129

Each session is a maximum of one-hour.

WITS Group Exercise Instructor (10 weeks)

Would you like to be employed doing what you love? Gain the knowledge and skills needed to lead a group as a certified group exercise instructor. The course fee includes exam fee. Sun., Sept. 29, 9 am-1:30 pm $579 (Brock student/member) $599 (non-member)

CPTN Personal Trainer’s Certification Preparation

Prepare for the CPTN Personal Training theory and practical exams. Receive in depth instruction in all areas pertaining to personal training, including training principles, injury prevention, legal responsibility, consulting and interpersonal skills, exercise technique, and program design. Course fee includes the cost of the manual. Exam fee not included.

Masters Swim Team

Meet three times per week for training and competitive opportunities. Workouts are planned by coaches who are available for your assistance. Masters swimmers are 18 years of age or older. For information, visit brocku.ca/ recreation-services/aquatics $190 (Fall session Sept. 30-Dec. 6) $555 (Sept. 30-June 6)

Mon., 6-9:30 pm & Sat., 9 am-4:30 pm Sept. 23, 28, 30, Oct. 5, 7, 21, 26, Nov. 2 $249 (Brock student/member) $291 (non-member)

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Spin/Fitness Classes included for Brock students Programs on pages 12-13 are included as part of student ancillary fees. There is no additional charge for current Brock students.

Spin Classes

Get back exactly what you put into this indoor cycling class. Let your instructor give you the motivation you need to challenge yourself to new levels through a variety of techniques. Bikes can be reserved up to 7 days in advance at the Zone desk. Several classes held daily! Our most up-to-date schedule can be downloaded at brocku.ca/ recreation-services/activities-and-courses.

Express Spin 40 minute classes featuring hills, sprints, jumps, and more! Enduro Spin 60 minute endurance classes will be heavy on the hill climbs, and prepare you for a long ride.

Classes start September 9!

Morning Workout with the Trainers (10 weeks)

Start your morning off with exercise in a welcoming environment by joining members of The Zone’s personal training staff for a daily workout five days per week. Workouts will differ each day and can be done at your own pace. Certified staff will be present, not as coaches, but as workout partners to give you any help or motivation you need to get the workout done. Sessions are held in the Fitness studio. Mon-Fri., 7-8 am, starts Sept. 16 $0 (Brock student/Zone member $67 (member) $79 (non-member)

NEW!

Xpress Fit Classes

40 minute classes are designed to get you in, out, and on your way to improved health. Choose from a variety of class types, with exercises that can be modified to suit your fitness level. Designed to fit into your busy day, our daily Xpress Fit classes will be offered lunch hours, and late afternoons, leaving you no excuses to join our family of fitness enthusiasts. Sign up in the binder at the Welcome Desk to reserve your spot up to 7 days in advance.

Running Groups

Learn to run, train to run farther, or meet your next running partner. Several sessions take place each week. Students are welcome to drop in.

$0 (Brock student/Zone member) $52 (member) $82 (non-member)

Step into Shape An absolute classic! Aerobic fitness in a fun and challenging setting using aerobic steps. Body Blast Mini Bootcamp Circuit training on a tight schedule. Intense circuits for the full body. Call of Booty Lower body training to get those legs ready to move your body wherever you want to take it. Tank Top Toner Upper body only for those who really want to feel that pump.

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Full Body Fit Full body group fitness delivered in a well-rounded complete routine. The De-Stress Stretch Forty minutes may be a little short for a yoga class, but it is just long enough to limber you up and give your body the flexibility improvements that you are looking for. AquaFit Enjoy the benefits of aerobic exercise and resistance without the wear and tear on your joints.

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See page 13 for a sample Xpress Fit class schedule.

Students – Just show your I.D. card at the cage Sample Xpress Fit & Spin class schedule (40 min. classes) Sun

Mon

Tue

Wed

Morning with Trainer

Morning with Trainer

Spin Spin

Thu

Fri

Morning with Trainer Morning with Trainer

Morning with Trainer

Full Body fit

Enduro Spin

Aquafit

Beginner Running

Step into Shape

Express Spin Step into Shape

Body Blast Bootcamp

Endurance Spin

Fitness Triathlon

Enduro Spin

Body Blast Bootcamp De-Stress

Beginner Running

AquaFit

Beginner Running

AquaFit

De-Stress

Call of Booty

De-Stress

Tank Top Toner

Sat

Beginner Running

Call of Booty

Full Body

Full Body

Beginner Running

Spin

Detailed schedule available at brocku.ca/recreation-services/activities-and-courses after Sept. 2

AquaFit for Brock Students (8 weeks)

Added resistance and buoyancy in the water makes this type of exercise ideal for you. Improve your cardiovascular health, flexibility, muscular strength and toning. Workouts are available in either the shallow or deep end (floatation belts available). No swimming ability needed. Sign up in the binder at the Welcome Desk to reserve your spot up to 7 days in advance. Tue. & Thu., Oct. 1-Nov. 28, 12:10-12:50 pm (No classes Oct. 15 & 17)

Brock Students teaching Brock Students how to swim You will learn the minimum skills needed to survive an unexpected fall into water. This includes floats, glides, basic kicks and strokes working your way towards achieving the Canadian Swim to Survive Standard: Roll into deep water, tread water for 1 minute and swim 50 metres. Four students per class. #1: #2:

Tue., Oct. 22, 29, Nov. 5, 12, 4:15-5 pm Thu., Nov. 7, 14, 21, 28, 4:15-5 pm

No charge for current Brock students, register in advance.

80 km Swim Club

Log your workouts and, once you reach 80 km, you will receive an official Brock University bathing cap and a certificate to showcase your accomplishment. 20 minutes, two to three times per week, develops a strong heart and healthy lungs. No need to register. Head to the pool deck where you’ll find the 80 km swim box and start recording.

Fitness Triathlon Spin • Run • Swim (8 classes)

NEW!

Take part in a combo triathlon program that takes place on spin bikes, outside and in the pool. Instructors will lead your workout and help you to increase your fitness level. Tue., 10-11:45 am, starts Oct. 1 (no class Oct. 15) No charge for Brock students but you must register for course. $70 (members) $89 (non-members)

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Pilates, Yoga, Zumba Hatha Yoga (10 classes) Work at your own level of experience while focusing on linking breath and movement through static poses.

Wed., 1-1:55 pm, starts Sept. 18 (no class Oct. 16) $67 (Brock student/member) $87 (non-member)

YOGA (10 classes)

Choose from several different styles, and sign up for the perfect yoga class for you. Can’t decide on the right style for you, or want more bang for your buck? Go with our All-Access Yoga Value Pass, and attend as many classes as you want with this one simple registration.

YogaPASS (all access)

Take advantage of all of the yoga classes that we offer (includes Yin, Hatha, Vinyasa, Yogatherapy, and Yogalates). $178 (Brock student/member) $224 (non-member)

Vinyasa Flow (10 classes)

Work up a sweat with this athletic style Yoga where dynamic and static postures are linked with sequential breathing as one pose flows into the next. Mon., 1-1:55 pm, starts Sept. 16 (no class Oct. 14) $67 (Brock student/member) $87 (non-member)

Yin Yoga (10 classes)

Improve your flexibility while challenging your body and mind using low-paced deep stretching and hands on adjustments. This Chinese based Yoga improves flexibility.

Yogatherapy (10 classes) Reduce stress through coordinated breathing and movement, alignment in poses, and developing a clear and focused mind. Thu., 5-5:55 pm, starts Sept. 19 (no class Oct. 17) $67 (Brock student/member) $87 (non-member)

Yogalates (10 classes)

Yoga’s balance and flexibility meets Pilates’ core strength training for a class that offers you an enjoyable challenge. #1: Tue., 1-1:55 pm, starts Sept. 17 #2: Thu., 9-9:55 am, starts Sept. 19 (no classes Oct. 15 & 17) $67 (Brock student/member) $87 (non-member)

Ease your way into Yoga in this GUYS ONLY class. Come try it out and see that yoga is not just for the girls! This class is not included with the Yoga pass.

NEW!

$67 (Brock student/member) $87 (non-member)

Tue., 5-5:55 pm, starts Sept. 17 (no class Oct. 15) $67 (Brock student/member) $87 (non-member)

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Core conditioning, with some focus on increasing flexibility. #1: Tue., 7-7:55 pm, starts Sept. 17 #2: Thu., 7-7:55 pm, starts Sept. 19 (no classes Oct. 15 & 17) $67 (Brock student/member) $79 (non-member)

(10 classes) Fitness can be fun! The results will happen somewhere along the way. Party yourself into shape with one of the hottest trends in fitness. #1: Mon., 11-11:55 am, starts Sept. 16 #2: Tue., 9-9:55 am, starts Sept. 17 #3: Wed., 7-7:55 am, starts Sept. 18 #4: Thu., 1-1:55 pm, starts Sept. 19 #5: Fri., 9-9:55 am, starts Sept. 20 #6: Sat., 1-1:55 am, starts Sept. 21 (No classes Oct. 14-19) Register for any two Zumba/ AquaZumba classes and receive 25% off the lowest priced class. $57 (Brock student/member) $69 (non-member)

(8 classes)

Bro’ga

Fri., 1-1:55 pm, starts Sept. 20 (no class Oct. 18)

Pilates (10 classes)

Enjoy a safe, challenging, water-based workout that is cardio-conditioning, body-toning, and most of all, exhilarating while integrating the Zumba formula and philosophy with traditional aqua fitness disciplines. #1: Fri., 12:10-12:50 pm, starts Sept. 27 #2: Mon., 12:10-12:50 pm, starts Sept. 30 #3: Tue., 7:10-7:50 pm, starts Oct. 1 #4: Wed., 12:10-12:50 pm, starts Oct. 2 #5: Thu., 7:10-7:50 pm, starts Oct. 3 (No classes Oct. 11, 14-18, 31) $45 (Brock student/member) $55 (non-member)

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Bootcamp, Kickbox, Fencing, Swordsmanship, Dance Bootcamp (8 classes)

Choose from three levels of difficulty, regardless of your experience or physical fitness level. All sessions are comprised of 55 minute, high intensity circuits, utilizing a variety of bodyweight and free weight exercises. Level 1: Challenger Experience a full body challenge that stimulates all your body’s energy systems using mainly free weights and traditional bodyweight exercises with just enough rest time to get you through the workout. #1: Mon. & Wed., 5-5:55 pm, starts Sept. 16 #2: Tue. & Thu., 3-3:55 pm, starts Sept. 17 #3: Wed. & Fri., 11-11:55 am, starts Sept. 18 #4: Mon. & Wed., 5-5:55 pm, starts Oct. 28 #5: Tue. & Thu., 3-3:55 pm, starts Oct. 29 #6: Wed. & Fri., 11-11:55 am, starts Oct. 30 Level 2: ExtremeFit Feel the burn in this intermediate class introducing you to methods of bodyweight training, TRX and plyometric training. Adding a level of intensity to your circuit training, and shorter rest times, means more results! #1: Mon. & Wed., 3-3:55 pm, starts Sept. 16 #2: Tue. & Thu., 11-11:55 am, starts Sept. 17 #3: Tue. & Thu., 6-6:55 pm, starts Sept. 17 #4: Mon. & Wed., 3-3:55 pm, starts Oct. 28 #5: Tue. & Thu., 11-11:55 am, starts Oct. 29 Level 3: InsaneFit Train your body to perform using plyometrics, TRX trainers, battle ropes, and more. Understand what it means to truly get the most from your body! #1: Mon. & Wed., 6-6:55 pm, starts Sept. 16 #2: Mon. & Wed., 6-6:55 pm, starts Oct. 28 #3: Tue. & Thu., 6-6:55 pm, starts Oct. 29 $53 (Brock student/member) $69 (non-member)

Remember, Fall Reading Week (Oct. 15-18) no classes!

Kickstart to Kickbox (4 classes)

Jab, cross, hook, and kick your way to fitness. Kickstart to Kickbox requires no experience! Tue. & Thu., 2-2:55 pm, starts Sept. 17 $29 (Brock student/member) $39 (non-member)

Kickbox to Fitness (8 classes)

Take the fundamental skills you’ve learned in Kickstart to Kickbox and bring up the intensity with high-energy fitness kickboxing workouts. Kickstart to Kickbox is a prerequisite for this level. Tue. & Thu., 2-2:55 pm, starts Oct. 1 (No classes Oct. 15 & 17) $53 (Brock student/member) $69 (non-member)

Hip Hop (8 classes)

Learn basic steps in dynamic and high energy choreographed routines. Tue., 8-8:55 pm, starts Sept. 17 (No class Oct. 15) $49 (Brock student/member) $57 (non-member)

Latin Dance (8 classes)

Experience the shaking, shimmying and hip action of the Salsa, Meringue and Samba in this high energy environment. Wed., 8-8:55 pm, starts Sept. 18 (No class Oct. 16) $49 (Brock student/member) $57/individual (non-member)

Ballroom Dance (8 classes)

Learn the classics! Slow Waltz, Fox Trot and Tango in a fun environment for all Learn to swordfight like the Olympians, levels. taught by nationally certified fencing Wed., 9-9:55 pm, starts Sept. 18 coaches, in an exciting, fun and safe (No class Oct. 16) environment. $49/individual (Brock student/member) Brock Student Program $57/individual (non-member) Tue./Thu., 6:30-7:30 pm, starts Sept. 10 $40 (Brock student)

Fencing (8 classes)

Community program Mon., starts Sept. 9 (No class Oct. 14) Member 8:30-9:30 pm, $75 Non-member, 8:30-9:30 pm, $150 Child 7-10, 6:30-7:30 pm, $75 Youth 11-15, 7:30-8:30 pm, $125 For information: fencingniagara.com or coach@fencingniagara.com

Japanese Swordsmanship (10 classes)

Develop mental and physical dicipline while learning and mastering the techniques and etiquette of Laido. Tue., 9-9:55 pm, starts Sept. 17 (No class Oct. 15) $35 (Brock student/member) $45 (non-member)

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Individual participants will be paired together.

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Sports Injury & Taping/First Aid Sports Injury Taping & Wrapping (4 hours)

Learn basic taping and wrapping techniques for common soft tissue injuries including ankle, wrist, thumb and shoulder. This practical handson workshop was developed by professional athletic therapists and is beneficial for the trainer, coach, physical education/kinesiology student, teacher and athlete. Recommended if you are planning to apply for a position as a student athletic trainer. Tue., Nov. 19, 6-10 pm $49 (Brock student/member) $59 (non-member)

Practical Athletic Training Workshop (2 weeks)

Practical hands-on training will equip you, a team trainer, with the basic skills to manage and prevent on-field injuries. Areas of focus include athletic taping/wrapping, on field emergency sports injury care, active warm-up, stretching techniques and expert trainer tips. Recommended if you are planning to apply for a position as a student athletic trainer. Tue., 6-10 pm, starts Oct. 29 $79 (Brock student/member) $95 (non-member) Price includes all taping and workshop supplies.

LSS Emergency First Aid/CPR B

Gain general knowledge of first aid principles and emergency treatment of injuries including victim assessment, rescue breathing, CPR, what to do for external bleeding, heart attack, stroke, adult and child CPR and choking procedures. 1. 2.

Sat. & Sun., Sept. 14 & 15, 9 am-1 pm Sat. & Sun., Nov. 9 & 10, 9 am-1 pm

$54 (Brock student/member) $59 (non-member) $15 (Canadian First Aid Manual)

LSS Emergency First Aid/ CPR B recertification 1. Wed., Oct. 9, 5-10 pm 2. Thu., Nov. 21, 5-10 pm

$41 (Brock student/member) $46 (non-member)

*Standard First Aid CPR C Recertification 1. Sat., Sept. 28, 9 am-4 pm 2. Sat., Oct. 19, 9 am-4 pm 3. Sat., Nov. 30, 9 am-4 pm

$51 (Brock student/member) $56 (non-member)

*LSS First Aid Recertification Procedure

Standard First Aid award holders may recertify only once on a recertification course. Subsequently, award holders must repeat the full SFA course. Individuals may renew by alternating recertifications and original courses. Holders of SFA certificates from non-LSS agencies may not recertify their certificate on a Lifesaving Society course. It must be recertified with the original certifying agency.

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LSS Standard First Aid/ CPR C and Anaphylaxis Rescuer

Receive comprehensive training covering all aspects of first aid and CPR while incorporating all of Emergency First Aid. Gain an indepth understanding, including legal implications, of treatment, spinal injuries, heat or cold injuries, bone and joint injuries, abdominal and chest injuries, burns, and medical emergencies. Learn prevention, risk management, recognition and treatment for anaphylaxis, including how to use an auto-injector (EpiPen or Twinject). 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

Sat. & Sun., Sept. 14 & 15, 8:30 am-5:30 pm Sat. & Sun., Sept. 21 & 22, 8:30 am-5:30 pm Sat. & Sun., Sept. 28 & 29, 8:30 am-5:30 pm Sat. & Sun., Oct. 5 & 6, 8:30 am-5:30 pm Sat. & Sun., Oct. 12 & 13, 8:30 am-5:30 pm Sat. & Sun., Oct. 19 & 20, 8:30 am-5:30 pm Sat. & Sun., Oct. 26 & 27, 8:30 am-5:30 pm Sat. & Sun., Nov. 2 & 3, 8:30 am-5:30 pm Sat. & Sun., Nov. 9 & 10, 8:30 am-5:30 pm Sat. & Sun., Nov. 16 & 17, 8:30 am-5:30 pm Sat. & Sun., Nov. 23 & 24, 8:30 am-5:30 pm Sat. & Sun., Nov. 30 & Dec. 1, 8:30 am-5:30 pm Sat. & Sun., Dec. 7 & 8, 8:30 am-5:30 pm

$80 (Brock student/member) $85 (non-member) $15 (Canadian First Aid Manual)

Aquatic Leadership LSS Bronze Medallion

Learn lifesaving principles embodied in four components of water rescue education – judgement, knowledge, skill and fitness. Training includes tows and carries, as well as defence methods and releases in preparation for challenging rescues of increased risk involving conscious and unconscious victims of various types. Develop stroke efficiency and endurance in a 500 metre timed swim. Prerequisite: 13 years of age by the exam date or Bronze Star completed. 1. Sat., 10:30 am-1 pm, starts Sept. 28 (no class Oct. 19 & 26) 10 classes (Exam Dec. 14) 2. Mon., 6-9 pm, starts Sept. 30 (no class Oct. 14) - 10 classes (Exam Dec. 9) 3. Sat. & Sun., Sept. 28-29 & Oct. 5-6, 9 am-4 pm$97 (Brock student/member) $102 (non-member) $43 (Canadian Lifesaving Manual)

LSS Bronze Cross

Do you want the challenge of advanced training including an introduction to safe supervision in aquatic facilities and the qualifications needed to become an assistant lifeguard? Learn the differences between lifesaving and lifeguarding, principles of emergency procedures, and teamwork. Bronze Cross is the prerequisite for all advanced training awards in lifeguarding and instructing. Prerequisite: Bronze Medallion, LSS Emergency First Aid/CPR B, Canadian Red Cross/St. John’s Ambulance/ Canadian Ski Patrol First Aid certification. 1. 2. 3.

Sat., 10:30 am-1 pm, starts Sept. 28 (no class Oct. 19 & 26) 10 classes (Exam Dec. 14) Mon., 6-9 pm, starts Sept. 30 (no class Oct. 14) - 10 classes (Exam Dec. 9) Sat. & Sun., Nov. 2-3 & Nov. 9-10 9 am-4 pm

$105 (Brock student/member) $110 (non-member) $43 (Canadian Lifesaving Manual)

LSS National Lifeguard

NLS is the only nationally recognized lifeguard certification program. Certification is valid in all provinces and is recognized as the legal certification for lifeguarding throughout the country. Your training will consist of core material plus content specific to the working pool environment. Prerequisites: 16 years of age by the exam date, a Bronze Cross certification and current (within 2 years of date of issue) LSS Standard First Aid/CPR C or Canadian Red Cross/St. John’s Ambulance/Canadian Ski Patrol First Aid certification. 1. 2.

Wed., 5-10 pm, Oct. 2-Dec. 4 (10 classes) Fri. to Sun., Dec. 6-8 & Dec. 13-15, 5-10 pm (Fri.), 8:30 am-5 pm (Sat./Sun.)

$235 (Brock student/member) $240 (non-member) $45 (Alert Manual)

LSS National Lifeguard recertification 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Fri., Sept. 27, 8:30 am-12:30 pm Sun., Sept. 29, 8:30 am-12:30 pm Fri., Dec. 6, 8:30 am-12:30 pm Sun., Dec. 8, 8:30 am-12:30 pm Sat., Dec. 21, 9 am-1 pm

$67 (Brock student/member) $72 (non-member)

LSS Swim for Life Instructor & Bronze Family Instructor

Learn to teach and evaluate basic swim strokes and related skills for all levels of the Lifesaving Society Swim Program: Parent & Tot, Preschool, Swimmer, and Adult Swimmer. The Lifesaving Instructor Course prepares you to teach the Canadian Swim Patrol, Bronze medal awards, and Emergency First Aid. Prerequisite: must be 16 years of age before last day of course, have Bronze Cross or NLS and AWSI or LSS Assistant Instructor. Fri., Sat. & Sun., Nov. 1-3 & 8-10 6-10 pm (Fri.) 8:30 am-5 pm (Sat. & Sun.) $222 (Brock student/member) $227 (non-member) $75 (Instructor Pak)

LSS Assistant Instructor

Through classroom learning and in-water practice, you will learn how to help certified instructors with swimming and lifesaving classes. You will be introduced to key principles of learning and teaching and will master basic progressions. Roles and responsibilities of instructors and their assistants are emphasized. You will be required to complete 20 hours of apprentice teaching. Prerequisite: 14 years of age by the end of the course, and Bronze Cross (or higher) certification. Wed., 6-9 pm, starts Oct. 2 (9 classes) $129 (Brock student/member) $134 (non-member) $75 (Instructor Pak)

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Youth/Children/Families Brock Niagara Penguins

A program for youth and young adults with a disability (September-June) Penguins offers a swim program Tuesdays and Thursdays, 4:15-5:30 pm, a wheelchair basketball team on Saturdays, 12:30-2:30 pm, and a boccia program. For detailed information, dates, or to register, visit niagara penguins.org, email niagarapenguins@ brocku.ca or call 905-359-6283. Tuesday swim starts Oct. 1 Thursday swim starts Oct. 3 4:15-5:30 pm, $75 per night (10 classes - no class Oct. 31) Saturday wheelchair basketball starts Sept. 14, 12:30-2:30 pm. (9 classes - no class Oct. 19) one year membership, $150 Brock students receive a $5 discount on Penguin fees.

Aquatic programs for children

Children’s Movement Program (8 classes)

Learn-to-swim classes are offered on Saturdays, Tuesdays or Thursdays. Specialty programs are also available. Fall classes begin September 28. For more information on dates and times, visit brocku.ca/recreation-services/ aquatics.

Saturdays, starts Sept. 14, 9 am, 10 am, 11 am (No class Oct. 12 & 19)

Programs include LSS Preschool to Swimmer 6, learn to dive, synchronized swimming, competitive swimming (Olympic Way), canoeing, snorkelling, Junior Lifeguard Club, LSS Swim Patrol. We also offer a number of adult programs including learnto-swim levels, parent and tot and Masters swim team.

Ages walking through 12 Does your child like to jump, climb, explore, dance and play games? This program is based on Brock’s movement education program, incorporating problem-solving and decision-making skills. Educational gymnastics, creative dance and developmental games challenge children to be active and try new skills.

$62/$55 (additional child same family) $35 (Child of current Brock Student)

Registration starts Saturday, August 17 at 9 am.

Competitive teams for children

Brock Niagara Diving, Brock Niagara Aquatics, Brock Niagara Synchro brocku.ca/ recreation-services/aquatics

Fit Kids (8 classes)

Experience cross-training in the university’s fitness centre with a personal trainer who will guide you through a variety of cardio, strength and agility challenges. For ages 10-12. Sat., 10-11:30 am, starts Sept. 21, $73

Fit Teens (8 classes)

For ages 13-14. Sat., 12-1:30 pm, starts Sept. 21, $73

Family Fit (8 classes)

Fun for the whole family! Parents, bring your children, aged 10-14, for activities and take on fitness together. Sun., 10:30 am-12 noon, starts Sept. 15 (No class Oct. 12 & 19) $57/parent (Brock student/member) $73/parent (non-member) First two children participate free. $11/each additional child

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Friends visiting?

Why not bring them with you to your workout and purchase a day pass for $7 or a pool pass for $4.75. NEW! The Walker Complex now has four water bottle filling stations. Bring your own bottle.

10-punch passes are also available for all facilities for $60 or a 10-punch pool pass for $40

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Memberships Brock University’s Walker Complex facilities are used by multiple groups including academic classes, university events, varsity sports, tournaments, Intramurals and other bookings. Please check facility schedules posted for availability.

Recreation

Brock undergraduate and graduate student access

Zone

Recreation membership privileges plus use of The Zone fitness centre, spin and Xpress Fit.

Swim

Recreation membership privileges plus use of the pool, whirlpool and towel service.

Bring your own lock and remove it daily following your workout, rent a lock at the equipment room for $2, or rent a locker at the Welcome Desk.

Zone & Swim

Recreation membership privileges plus use of Zone fitness centre, spin and Xpress Fit, pool, whirlpool, towel service. *Locks are not supplied for day use lockers.

The Rowing Centre is not included.

Recreation Zone

Swim

Zone & Swim

mes!

Includes use of a day locker*, shower room, sauna, squash and outdoor tennis courts, track, gymnasia and studios.

Brock undergraduate and graduate students pay an ancilliary fee for use of the Walker Complex activity areas including The Zone. Hand in your student identification card at the Central Equipment Room to receive a wristband each time you use the facility.

Membership

New Na

Category

4 months

8 months

12 months

Faculty/Staff/Alumni or spouse

$69

$117

$164

Community (18+)

$109

$203

$272

Faculty/Staff/Alumni or spouse

$150

$269

$364

Community (18+)

$190

$355

$473

Faculty/Staff/Alumni or spouse

$101

$181

$256

Community Adult (15+)

$144

$255

$360

Community Senior

$101

$181

$256

Community Child of a member (3-14) pool only

$33

$57

$82

Faculty/Staff/Alumni or spouse

$182

$332

$468

Community (18+)

$225

$407

$561

Prices listed include HST.

Free beginner fitness orientation

A free one-on-one hour long orientation session per year is included with each Zone membership and is provided by a Certified Personal Trainer. It includes a complete fitness program for a beginner to provide a better understanding of the components of a well-balanced workout and proper exercise technique. Orientation sessions may be booked in advance at the Zone desk.

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Membership upgrades/passes Membership Upgrades

Add one of the following items to your membership. In the event that you purchase an upgrade after the date you purchase your membership on, the expiry date will be adjusted to match your membership plan. Sept-Dec or 4 months (Member)

Sept-Apr or 8 months (Member)

Sept-Aug or 12 months (Member)

Locker (includes lock – while quantities last)

$35

$56

$75

Clothing roll (towel, t-shirt, socks)

$40

$65

$90

Towel

$32

$52

$70

*Rowing Centre

$68

$119

N/A

Parking hang tag (available to Alumni and Community members only)

$53

N/A

N/A

Upgrade

Prices listed include HST.

*Rowing centre hours

Sep 4-Nov 1: Mon-Fri, 12 noon-10 pm Nov 2-Apr 23: Mon-Fri, 12 noon-10 pm and Sat/Sun, 8 am-4 pm Note: Rowing Centre hours will be reduced at Christmas to correspond with facility hours.

Short term passes Day passes

These passes are valid for the date of purchase and expire at close each night. Full access day pass (18+).................. $7 Adult swim (15+)............................ $4.75 Child swim (3-14)............................ $3.75 Child swim (under 2)........................Free Family swim pass................................$16 (2 adults, 3 children)

10-punch passes

These passes are non-refundable if stolen or lost and can be used by one individual or shared by several individuals for a maximum of 10 punches. Adult swim (15+)................................. $40 Child swim (3-14)................................ $30 Day pass for all facilities (18+)........ $60

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Helpful information for members Apparel

Check-in or replacement card

Check in at the Central Equipment Room each time you visit with your Brock student I.D. and/or membership card with photo I.D. and obtain a wristband. Should you forget your membership card, you will be granted 2 free look-up entries to confirm your status. Following this, if you cannot produce your card, a look-up fee of $2 will be charged. Should you require a new membership card, the replacement cost is $15.

Equipment

The equipment listed below can be obtained by visiting the Central Equipment Room on the lower level of the Walker Complex.

To purchase

Squash ball............................................... $4 Tennis ball/badminton birdie...... $2.50 Ping pong ball......................................... $1 Lock............................................................. $6 Swim diaper for babies......................... $3

To rent (with proper ID)

Towel or lock............................................ $2 Squash/tennis/badminton racquet.$3 Ping pong paddles (2 per rental)...... $3

To borrow (with proper ID)

Basketballs, volleyballs, footballs, soccer balls and ping pong nets for on-campus use only.

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• Clean, non-marking indoor athletic shoes must be worn in the gyms, courts, Zone and track. • Baggy tank tops, bare torsos and street clothing/footwear are not permitted in The Zone. • Pants and shorts should not have protruding metal which can cut the equipment (i.e., belts, zippers). • Shorts must have a minimum inseam of two inches. • Gym bags, knapsacks, jackets, keys and other personal items are not allowed in activity areas (gymnasia, The Zone, pool). • Lockers are available in the change rooms for day use. Please bring your own lock or rent/buy one from the equipment room. • Bathing suits must be worn in the swimming pool and family shower. • Infants and toddlers who participate in the fun and leisure swim with a parent must wear a swim diaper. No cloth or disposable diapers are allowed. Swim diapers are available for purchase from the Central Equipment room. • Proper attire must be worn while using the squash and outdoor tennis courts (includes shirts). • It is strongly recommended that goggles be worn while playing squash.

Nightly closing

Please note that the use of activity areas is expected to cease 10 minutes prior to closing to allow you time to shower and retrieve your belongings.

Pool deck

Anyone who wishes to remain on the pool deck must wear proper swim attire. Parents will be directed to watch their recreatiochildren from the pool gallery or join their child in the water during a lesson.

Brock Student lockers

Member lockers

Members are required to empty the contents of their locker or renew by the expiry date. Recreation Services is not responsible for items left in your locker. If contents are removed by our staff, they will be stored in the Central Equipment Room for 2 weeks and then disposed of. If you have rented a locker, you must use the lock that is provided by the department. Locks are to be left on the locker at the end of your rental term. Staff will attempt to contact you by phone and/or email to request that you pick up your belongings.

Locker rooms

All gym bags/knapsacks must be stored in lockers prior to entering any of the activity areas. Day lockers and coin lockers are for one day use only. Locks and contents will be removed at closing and a $5 administrative fee will be charged to retrieve your belongings. Locks are not supplied for day use lockers. NOTE: Parents with children of the opposite sex must use the family change room. Personal items should not be left in the changeroom cubicles.

Protecting your information

Personal information is collected under the authority of The Brock University Act, 1964, and in accordance with the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FIPPA) for the administration of the University and its programs and services. For details on the use and disclosure of this information, call Brock University’s Department of Recreation Services at 905-688-5550 x3574.

Lockers can be purchased for the duration of your membership while Email addresses are collected and quantities last. Lockers will be on sale starting Friday, September 6. See Member used to email tax receipts, program information and programming Lockers for more information. notifications.

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Helpful information for members Our fair play code

• Demonstrate respect for all individuals. • Respect the facility you are participating in. • Share equipment, space and facilities willingly. • Maintain self-control at all times. • Condemn violence and harrassment in all forms. • Always attempt to contribute to the betterment of your experience at Brock’s Walker Complex.

Behaviour/Conduct

All patrons are required to treat each other and the staff of the Walker Complex with respect in adherence with Brock University’s Respectful Work and Learning Environment Policy. Please ask to speak with a supervisor if necessary. Please ensure that The Zone and Rowing Centre weights are placed on the floor safely (not dropped). Spitting, foul language, grunting, use of chalk and monopolizing the use of equipment is considered unacceptable conduct and may result in loss of privileges.

Lost and found

Items of value are sent to the Campus Security office (x4300). Student I.D. cards are sent to the Brock One Card office located in Guernsey Market Place. All other items will be held at the Central Equipment Room for two weeks (x3377).

Parking

Community and alumni Walker Complex members may purchase a special parking permit for Lot B through Recreation Services. Community and alumni program registrants (e.g., swimming lessons) may purchase a 10-punch parking pass for Lot D. NOTE: Parking is monitored and tickets are issued for violations. These permits are not available to Brock students, faculty or staff. 10-punch pass (Lot D) – $21 Park & pay (Lot D) – $7 Pay & display (Lot P) – coin $2.50/hr. Metre parking (limited availability)

Conducting personal business

Security cameras

Risks involved in activity

Photography/Videography

Conducting or soliciting for any form of business within the facility (e.g., private lessons, personal training, sales) is strictly prohibited.

Participating in physical activity has many inherent risks including, but not limited to, personal injury. Prior to registering for a membership or program, it is recommended that you consult your physician if you have any medical concerns. The Department of Recreation Services requires all members and program participants to read and sign a release of liability, waiver of claims and indemnity agreement at the time of registration.

Injuries while using our facilities

Please report any injuries to the Central Equipment Room staff or ask for assistance.

The Walker Complex is monitored by surveillance cameras that record 24 hours per day. Tapes are reviewed when it is deemed necessary.

For the protection of all guests at the Walker Complex, the use of photographic equipment, including cellphones with photographic capabilities, is strictly prohibited in the locker rooms. Use of photographic equipment in other areas of the Walker Complex requires departmental and participant permission.

Defibrillator

A public access automated external defibrillator (AED) is located to the left of the entrance to the locker rooms in the Walker Complex. All facility supervisors and aquatic supervisors are trained to use the AED.

Accessibility

The Department of Recreation Services strives to make our facility, programs and services accessible to everyone, including persons with disabilities. Facility Accessibility For information about accessibility for persons with disabilities, please visit brocku.ca/recreation-services Program Accessibility Persons with disabilities accompanied by a support person are welcome to access our programs or services. Support persons will be admitted at no charge. Please notify a staff member when you arrive.

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Please report broken or unsafe equipment to a facility supervisor.

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Facility information Swimming pool

The Zone (Fitness Centre)

The Zone contains state of the art strength training and cardio equipment. It is staffed at all times by Certified Personal Trainers.

Track

The 200 metre indoor walking/ jogging track is located above the Ian Beddis gymnasium with a view to the outdoors.

Squash and outdoor tennis courts

Take advantage of our year-round squash and seasonal tennis courts. Reservations can be made up to one week in advance at the Central Equipment Room. Phone reservations are accepted before 11am daily at x3377. Squash and tennis have priority over other activities on the respective courts. Note: These courts are in use by Brock sports camps during spring/summer.

Sauna and whirlpool

Relax in one of our dry saunas located in the men’s and women’s locker rooms, or take a few minutes to soak in the coed whirlpool located on the pool deck.

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Gyms

Brock has 3 gymnasia located in the Walker Complex that can be used for casual recreation and appropriate indoor activities when available. Schedules are available at brocku.ca/ recreation-services

Studios

The fitness and dance studios are multi-purpose rooms with hardwood floors and full length mirrors. When not in use for academic classes, varsity practices and scheduled programs, the studios are available for appropriate indoor activities.

Staff members

All staff members who work for the Department of Recreation Services at the Central Equipment Room, Welcome Desk, The Zone and pool, have first aid/CPR certification as well as certification/training required for their job. Supervisors have Automated External Defibrillation certification.

Bottle filling station

Thirsty? The Walker Complex now has four water bottle filling stations. Two beside the Central Equipment Room, one in the Zone and one in the hallway near the Welcome Desk.

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Be sure to take advantage of Brock’s 50 metre pool (free for Brock students)! Weekly schedules are available on the internet at brocku.ca/recreation-services/aquatics or at 905-688-5550 x3787. A printed copy is available from the Welcome Desk or the Central Equipment Room. • A wristband will be issued for entry to the pool. • Anyone using the swimming pool or whirlpool is required under the Ontario Public Health Act to take a shower and rinse thoroughly before entering or re-entering the pool. • Anyone using the swimming pool must wear a bathing suit or modesty bathing attire. T-shirts and cut-off shorts are not permitted. • A child admission procedure is in effect for children nine and under. Please visit brocku.ca/recreationservices/aquatics for details.

Facility maintenance and special event bookings

On occasion, certain facilities may not be available due to maintenance or special events. Recreation Services will provide notice whenever possible, but memberships will not be extended.

Annual pool and whirlpool maintenance shutdown

During our annual maintenance shutdown (late August/early September), the 200 m track and The Zone are made available to pool members. Credits or extensions will not be issued for the shutdown period.

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