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Queen’s Recreation Staff Directory General Customer Service: 613-533-2500 Fax:

613-533-6478

General email inquiries: queens.rec@queensu.ca

Table of Contents Registration Info ........................ 2 Building Hours ........................... 2 Directions .................................... 2 Memberships and Services ...... 3

Staff Contacts

Facilities ....................................... 3

Manager, Queen’s Recreation & Sports Clubs:

General Information .................. 3

Jeff Downie phone: 613-533-6000 x79150 email: downie@queensu.ca

Coordinator, Sports Clubs and Camps: Lisa Eyles phone: 613-533-6000 x77686 email: le3@queensu.ca

Coordinator, Intramurals and Summer Leagues: Duane Parliament phone: 613-533-6000 x74828 email: 4djp3@queensu.ca

Coordinator, Fitness and Instructional Programs:

Tiffany Bambrick phone: 613-533-6000 x75012 email: bambrick@queensu.ca

Coordinator, Aquatics Programs: Don Duffey phone: 613-533-6000 x74773 email: djd@queensu.ca

Coordinator, Strength and Conditioning: Rodney Wilson phone: 613-533-6000 x75748 email: 4rw@queensu.ca

Recreational Clubs ..................... 4 Competitve Clubs ...................... 8 Intramurals ................................ 12

student league schedules .......... 16 intramural open tournaments .. 18

Weights and Cardio .................. 19 Instructional Programs ............ 21

IP schedules .................................... 27

Fitness ........................................ 31

fitness schedules ........................... 35 personal training ........................... 37 fitness plus ....................................... 39

Aquatics ..................................... 42

aquatics schedules ....................... 43

March Break/Winter Camps ... 45 Program Registration Form ... 47 Camp Registration Form ........ 48 1


Registration How to register:

These are our general registration options. Some programs can only be registered for in person. Please check each specific section for any restrictions. 1. Online: Online at www.gogaelsgo.com 2. Fax: By fax at 613-533-6478 3. In Person: In-person at the Physical Education Centre (PEC), 69 Union Street. The hours of operation are: Monday - Thursday: 7:00am - 12:30 am Friday: 7:00am - 11:30pm Saturday: 9:00am - 10:30pm Sunday: 9:00am - 12:30am

Directions How to get here: The Physical Education Centre (PEC) is located on the north side of Union Street, between Division Street and University Avenue. Union Street is accessible from both Sir John A MacDonald Boulevard to the west and Division Street to the east. Parking is available at curbside (meters) or in the Stuart Street Visitors Lot (Stuart Street is at the end of University Avenue). Upon entering the PEC, turn right at the first corridor. The registration wickets are immediately on the right.

4. Mail: Mail to: Queen’s Recreation Attention: Customer Service 69 Union Street Kingston ON, K7L 3N6 5. Phone: By phone at 613-533-2500 Registration forms can be found online, at the P.E.C. and at the back of this book.

Registration opens September 15, 2009 at our Athletics & Recreation Open House hosted at the PEC starting at 3:00pm.

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Directions to Richardson Stadium

Building Hours Fall/Winter September 8, 2009 – May 1, 2010 (closed: October 12) Monday - Thursday: Friday: Saturday: Sunday:

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7:00am - 12:30 am 7:00am - 11:30pm 9:00am - 10:30pm 9:00am - 12:30am

From the 401, exit at Sir John A. Macdonald Blvd. (exit 615) and drive south to Johnson Street (approximately 7-8 minutes). Turn right (west) at the lights and the entrance to Richardson Stadium appears on the left hand side. The stadium is directly ahead.


Memberships & Services

General Information

Membership and Services pricing valid until December 31, 2009.

Registration

What we offer: Queen’s Staff, Faculty and Students (who have paid their athletic fees) are invited to take advantage of the Physical Education Centre facilities. The following groups are welcome to utilize the facilities for a nominal monthly membership fee:

Memberships (per month)

Queen’s Part-time Student: Queen’s student - Summer (no classes) Queen’s student - Summer (taking classes) Alumni/Associate/Spouse: NEW! Kingston Community:

$20.50 $27.00 $17.25 $35.50 $36.50

Pricing

$7.50 $15.50

Non-Member rate: individuals who do not hold a PEC membership will be charged this rate.

Passes

Day Pass: Week Pass:

Lockers (per month)

Basket Service Only: $10.00 ½ Locker: only with Greys purchase Full Locker: day-use only

Greys

Greys Daily Service: Greys Monthly Service:

$5.00 only available with locker purchase

Lockers & Greys Combos Basket & Greys Service ½ Locker & Greys Service

$16 $20

Facilities Our memberships offer access to: • • • • • • • •

Anyone may register themselves or other members of their family, provided they have the appropriate fees and information. Spaces are limited, and registration forms are processed on a first-come/first-service basis. Queen’s University reserves the right to remove or refuse participation by anyone. This shall be governed by internal University procedures and policies. These procedures do not constitute a screening process of participants.

Swimming pool Three (3) gymnasiums Weight Room Cardio Room Eight (8) Squash Courts Two (2) Racquetball Courts Two (2) Dance Studios Men’s and Women’s Lockerrooms

Queen’s Recreation offers two pricing categories: Member rate: to be eligible you must have a current PEC membership.

Taxes All prices advertised in this brochure include all applicable taxes.

Refunds Full refunds will be issued (less an administration fee) up to three (3) working days prior to the start date of the program. Administration fee for camps is $50, all other programs is $8. Following this, no refunds will be issued. Exceptions to this policy will only be made for medical reasons.

Cancellations Queen’s Recreation reserves the right to cancel any program at any time (usually due to low enrollment, lack of facilities, etc.) and will provide full refunds when applicable.

Minimum Age In general, participants must be 18 years of age or older, or be a current Queen’s student. Any exception to this will be listed with the specific program.

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Recreational Clubs Archery Club

Dance Club

The Archery Club provides an opportunity for all to learn or participate in the sport of Archery. New participants will benefit from six weeks of free instruction by qualified instructors. While this instruction is aimed at those who never held a bow before, everyone is welcome.

The Dance Club is the largest recreational club on Queen’s campus. This expansive clubs offers 30 classes a week in Ballet, Jazz, Tap, Modern, Lyrical, Hip Hop and Queen’s own ‘Cardiofunk’. Lessons are offered at many levels ranging from Beginner to Advanced. The year culminates with a large Dance Recital in March.

President: Cameron Wood Club Email: RECArchr@gogaelsgo.com

Co-Presidents: Kim Lemmen and Bri Eshelman Club Email: RECDance@gogaelsgo.com

Badminton Club

Dance Team

The Badminton Club caters to players of all levels – from novice to expert – Birds are supplied and racquets are available for rent at the equipment services counter. The club meets twice a week on a drop-in basis and also hosts an annual tournament.

The Dance team consists of approximately 20 dancers who perform at many different events throughout the year around campus. The team performs at all men’s and women’s home basketball games, at various charity events, and at the annual QDC Recital. The award winning team also competes against other Ontario universities each year. This year the team will be competing at the prestigious National Dance Alliance (NDA) competition in Dayton Beach, Florida! Auditions are held for the team in September, and consist of jazz and hip-hop components. (Technical training is required).

President: Ruyan Teow Club Email: RECBad@gogaelsgo.com

Break Dance Club The Break Dance Club provides classes to students who wish to learn the art of break dancing. Classes are geared towards beginners with no experience while still providing studio time for more advanced members. President: Ryan Lo Club Email: RECBreak@gogaelsgo.com

Climbing Club The Climbing Club is a great way to get involved in the sport with regular clinics for all levels – basic to advance. Members of this club learn different kinds of terrain (indoor, outdoor on rock, ice and even buildings). Outdoor trips are made most weekends with equipment free to members. President: Emily Moase Club Email: climbing@gogaelsgo.com

Co-Coaches: Erin McFarlane and Hilary Fender Club Email: RECDTeam@gogaelsgo.com

Dance Pack The 2009 Queens Dance Pack is a group of enthusiastic and outgoing women who will cheer on the Queens Football team throughout the 09 season. Along with attending all home games, the girls will participate in on-campus promotions, organize community events in support of local charities and travel to away games when possible. The overall goals of the Queens Dance Pack include increasing participation across campus and throughout the community, promoting team spirit and active involvement in Queens University Athletics, and the promotion of a healthy and active lifestyle. The team would like to hold an annual fundraiser in support of the local charity Pro Kids in order to give more children in Kingston the opportunity to get involved in sports. President: Chelsea Coulter Club Email: 7crc@queensu.ca

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Recreational Clubs Equestrian Club

Highland Dance Club

The Equestrian Club offers English hunter-seat equitation lessons for all levels of riders – from beginner through advanced. Each semester the club offers a new session or riding opportunities and lessons. Each session includes eight (8) lessons offered once a week for an hour.

The Highland Dance Club teaches Highland Dancing skills to all levels of interested students. A Scottish tradition unique to the Queen’s community, it is a great way for all to keep in shape and be a part of this historical folk art.

President: Andrea Gordon Club Email: equestrian@gogaelsgo.com

Flow Dance Club The Flow Dance Club covers a wide variety of styles such as locking, popping and freestyle not covered by the other Dance clubs at Queen’s. This class is open to an intermediate and advance level with two different types of sessions (A&B). Session A encourages safe mobility and body strengthening while Session B is more open and freestyle. Co-Presidents: Andrew Yang and Kristian Dalisay Club Email: RECFlow@gogaelsgo.com

Gymnastics Club The Gymnastics Club is designed to promote recreational training for university-aged students who no longer wish to compete at an elite level. The club offers a safe learning environment with members receiving training and instruction under the expertise of certified instructors. President: Zoe Zimmerman Club Email: RECGymn@gogaelsgo.com

Haidong Gumdo Club The Haidong Gumdo Club teaches the old military martial art from the Koguryo Kingdom of Ancient Korea. This club focuses on the sword and open handed techniques which make up the many skills of this martial art. With focus on meditation, breathing and strength training Haidong Gumdo can be used for basic fitness enhancement as well as self-defense. President: Evelien Heyselaar Club Email: RECHaedo@gogaelsgo.com

President: Julie Grondin Club Email: RECHghld@gogaelsgo.com

Jiu Jitsu Club The Jiu Jitsu Club offers an enjoyable atmosphere for participants to achieve a higher fitness level while gaining valuable self-defense skills. Training is tailored to the individual ability of participants in a friendly atmosphere. Participants will see improvements in endur¬ance, strength, flexibility and speed as training progresses. President: Kim McFadden Club Email: RECJiuJi@gogaelsgo.com

Judo Club Judo is a martial art created in 1882 by Dr. Jigoro Kano. After studying Jiu Jitsu himself, Kano created Judo with the goal of retaining the best techniques of Jiu Jitsu, while making a martial art whose techniques were safe enough to be practiced full strength with a partner. Judo is primarily a grappling art, focusing on throws, pins or holds, arm-locks and chokes. It is fun and safe to practice, offers great fitness benefits, and is a very effective form of self-defense. Classes are led by experienced student instructors, and we welcome both beginners, and seasoned Judoka to come out participate!” President: Stephen Sebstyan Club Email: RECJudo@gogaelsgo.com

For more details, visit the Recreation Clubs section at www.gogaelsgo.com.

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Recreational Clubs Karate Club

Sailing Club

The Karate Club offers Goju-Ryu Karate in its classical form. Members will have the opportunity to learn a number of Katas which teach the importance of body awareness, slow, controlled movements and breathing patterns in creating force. Time is also spent training with partners to work on advanced techniques.

The Sailing Club operates out of the Kingston Yacht Club which is walking distance to campus. This club offers an opportunity for members to participate in sailing in a noncompetitive environment. All skill levels are welcome and no experience is necessary.

President: David Milstein Club Email: RECKarat@gogaelsgo.com

Olympic Tae Kwon Do Club The Olympic Tae Kwon Do club teaches one of the fastest growing martial arts in the world today. This Olympic style of training is great for physical fitness and involves both aerobic and anaerobic activity which builds overall endurance. This martial art also teaches your body to react instinctively. President: Bradley Waterman Club Email: RECOlTKD@gogaelsgo.com

Outdoors Club The Outdoors Club is one of the largest and most diverse clubs on campus. Activities include cross-country, downhill skiing, snow shoeing, winter, fall and summer camping, canoeing, backpacking, caving, cycling, skating, tobogganing as well as trips to Winterlude and Carnival. Equipment provided – open to all skill levels. President: Ashley Sirko Club Email: RECOutdr@gogaelsgo.com

Rowing & Dragon Boat Club The Rowing Club welcomes all levels of fitness and skill. Members are encouraged to row regularly whether preference is to maintain a recreational interest or to prepare those who wish to pursue rowing at a more competitive level. President: Laura Rosen and Jaime Christian Club Email: RECRow@gogaelsgo.com

President: Zoe Bider Club Email: RECSail@gogaelsgo.com

Scuba Club The Queen’s Recreational Scuba Club has the benefit of being in proximity to Lake Ontario, where some of the best fresh water diving sites exist. The purpose of the scuba club is to provide a fun but safe diving environment at Queen’s University and a chance for students with the same interests to interact in a social and sporting environment. President: Austin Kenny Club Email: RECScuba@gogaelsgo.com

Ski and Snowboard Club The Ski and Snowboarding Club offers members three trips each academic year to ski the hills in Ontario, Quebec and up New York State. Regardless of skill level or your ski or snow boarding preference, this club offers wonderful weekend opportunities to get away and enjoy the slopes. President: Anthony Hommik Club Email: RECSki@gogaelsgo.com

Squash Club The Squash Club offers an opportunity for squash enthusiasts of all skill and ability levels to participate in an ongoing squash ladder tournaments, special events, block bookings and social functions. If you are looking for people to play with, against then this club is for you. Equipment available to members. President: Nick Chesterley Club Email: RECSquas@gogaelsgo.com

For more details, visit the Recreation Clubs section at www.gogaelsgo.com.

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Recreational Clubs Table Tennis Club

Total Martial Arts Club

The Table Tennis Club is for people of all levels to enjoy the fast-paced and easy to learn game of Table Tennis (aka Ping Pong). Open to all ages and skill levels with competitive fun tournaments held throughout the year.

The Total Martial Arts club focuses mainly on grappling techniques and submissions; however it also provides instruction in striking, self-defence and take-down skills. Fitness training is also an integral part of this club.

President: TBA Club Email: RECTabTen@gogaelsgo.com

President: Ostap Manastyrsi Club Email: RECTMA@gogaelsgo.com

Tae Kwon Do Club

Trampoline Club

The Tae Kwon Do Club practices the traditional Kang Duk Won style of this Korean Martial Art. Members learn self discipline, self-defence, sparring, meditation and philosophy as well as enjoy physical fitness. All are pursued at the members pace.

The Trampoline Club introduces students to the sport of trampoline. This club teaches safe trampoline techniques and works to create a fun and enjoyable learning and training atmosphere. Beginners welcome and all sessions are led by experienced and certified instructors.

President: Mark Daubaras Club Email: RECTKD@gogaelsgo.com

Tennis Club The Tennis Club offers players of all skill levels anything from basic instruction to friendly competition and training. The club is split into two tiers to accommodate the needs of all members. Recreation stream is open to anyone looking to play leisurely while the competitive stream is for players willing to train and compete against other schools. President: Thomas Klein Club Email: RECTenn@gogaelsgo.com

President: Sonya Shuster Club Email: RECTramp@gogaelsgo.com

Wild Water Club The Wild Water Kayaking Club is for paddler’s of all levels of experience. Weekly sessions in the PEC pool occur along with regular trips to the Ottawa River and other rivers close to Kingston. Beginners will have all fall and winter to perfect their role before an end of school year trip. President: Kevin Petterson Club Email: RECWildW@gogaelsgo.com

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Competitive Clubs Baseball The baseball team is a member of the Cana¬dian Intercollegiate Baseball Association and competes against other Canadian Colleges and Universities. This year, those include York University, Durham College, and St. Clair College in Windsor. Contact Info Tom Reid: treid@kos.net Ken Spicer: kspicer@themotiongroup.com Tryouts Tryouts are on Monday - Friday August 31 to Sept 4, 2009 9:00a.m.– 12 noon McGaffin Field on Montreal St and Stephen Street (take Division Street to Stephen, turn right (north) onto Stephen, and follow to the end…McGaffin straight ahead. The selected players will then play in a Queen’s Alumni tournament Labour Day weekend.

Cheerleading The Queen’s co-ed competitive cheerleading team will again be vying for the prestigious title of National Champions. After losing out by a slight margin last year, they are even more determined than ever to regain their National Title status. The team not only competes but appears at football and basketball games. If you’re looking for a fun, exciting, and challenging new sport contact the coach about tryouts. Contact Info Sandy Han, Head Coach sandra_i_han@yahoo.com (613)-547-3689 Cheerleading Tryouts Sunday September 13 8:00pm – 11:00pm Loyalist Gymnastics Club Shuttle Bus will leave the front of the Physical Education Center 69 Union Street, at 7:30pm SHARP! It will return you to the same place following tryouts.

Women’s Fast Pitch The Fast Pitch Club competes in the 12-team Intercollegiate Women’s Fast Pitch league and is open to Queen’s students. Tryouts are held in early September with the season running until late October. Games are played on the weekend (four games). President: Kelsi Ball Club Email: RECFPitch@gogaelsgo.com

Women’s Golf The Women’s Golf team is open to Queen’s students with tryouts held in early September and the season running until the OUA Championship in late October. There is a 36-hole qualifying round where three women and two alternates will be selected for the team. President: Kate Burnett, coach Bert Kea Club Email: Bert Kea kea@ihorizons.net Manditory Meeting: Tuesday Sept 8th, 7:00pm Physical Education Centre, room TBA (check with customer service staff on entry) NOTE: All attendees must have obtained a 20 handicap.

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Competitive Clubs Women’s Indoor Hockey Team

Mountain Biking

Women’s Field Hockey moves indoor once the OUA competitive season closes and this club invites a competitive group to train four times each week and compete in an exhibition circuit. Open to students only.

Contact Info Jeff Wills: willsj@limestone.on.ca

The Queen’s Mountain Biking team competes in the University Cup series in the fall, which consists of 4 cross country races, one dirt criterium, and one time trial. The University Cups are held at some of Ontario’s best mountain biking venues, including Mansfield, Ganaraska Forest, Hardwood Hills, and Boler Mtn. Points are accumulated by teams throughout the season and at the final race the school with the most points is crowned champion. In the spring, the team travels to the ECCC road races in the United States, which are held at schools such as Tufts, Princeton, and Penn State. In addition to the collegiate racing seasons, team members often travel to non-collegiate races together and group training rides are held throughout the year.

Tryouts Tuesday Sept. 8th through Friday Sept. 11th North Field 4 - 5:30 pm

Contact Info Liam Twomey: 5lt13@queensu.ca Patrick Twomey: 5pt6@queensu.ca

Co-Presidents: Meryl Makinson, Laura Robinson Club Email: RECInHck@gogaelsgo.com

Men’s Lacrosse The Men’s Lacrosse team is a member of the Canadian University Field Lacrosse Association who competes against McGill, Bishop’s and Carleton.

Tryouts The team will hold a training week from September 8 – 13. Anyone interested in joining the team is encouraged to attend. Please contact one of the captains if you are planning to attend as meeting times and venues will vary depending on the day.

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Competitive Clubs Sailing

Triathlon

The Queen’s Sailing Team offers a unique experience to Canadian students - we are the only Canadian school that competes as a full member of the Inter-Collegiate Sailing Association (ICSA). Every year, the team races in over 25 regattas in the highly competitive Middle Atlantic district (MAISA) – widely acknowledged to be the best district in North America - against major sailing schools such as Georgetown, UPenn, Hobart and William Smith, Princeton, St. Mary’s and the US Naval Academy. The team travels all across the eastern seabord, from New York to Annapolis and as far south as Virginia. In 2007, the team travelled to La Rochelle, France to represent Canada in the Student Yachting World Cup. Located on the breezy eastern end of Lake Ontario, Queen’s is an obvious choice for sailors. Queen’s Sailing Team members train out of the Kingston Yacht Club, an ideal venue that is only minutes from campus, in our fleet of 10 brand new 420s, and 10 Flying Juniors. Queen’s Sailing Team members also train regularly in privately-owned Lasers and Radials (storage at KYC is available).

The triathlon team is open to all members of the Queen’s community. We are a competitive club with six races per school year. All members who train with us do not have to race. The triathlon team has three swim practices a week at the PEC. While it is warm outside we lead two or three outdoor cycling practices and two or three outdoor run practices in the week. Our coaches are volunteer students and therefore a schedule cannot be made until classes are finalized, but the practice schedule will be posted on our website: www.queenstri.com in the middle of September. Any questions can be directed to queenstriathlon@gmail.com

Contact Info Josh Brown: 7jhb@queensu.ca Tryouts September 10& 11 at the Kingston Yacht Club between 3PM and 6PM. If you have any questions, please contact Kate MacLennan (3km8@queensu.ca).

Synchro Queen’s Synchro is one of the largest and strongest clubs in the Canadian University Synchronized Swimming League. We are made up of two competitive teams, a novice team and a variety of duets and solos. Queen’s has placed on the podium for many years and were National Champions in 2007. We enjoy promoting the sport through undergraduate and graduate programs. New swimmers are always welcome - feel free to contact us for any information.

Contact Info Justin Murphy: 6jm21@queensu.ca

Men’s and Women’s Ultimate Ultimate is a team sport played on a grass field with end zones similar to those used in American football. Each team has 7 players on the field in games to 13 points. Teams advance the disc by passing it to one another, with one point scored for each time it’s caught in the end zone. No player can run with the disc, and the opposing team may intercept the disc at any time while it is in the air. Athletes must possess an incredible combination of endurance, speed, agility, technique, and teamwork. Because the sport is played without referees, the athletes share a strong commitment to fair play, even in top competition. Players must arbitrate their own calls in the heat of competition using a well-refined system of rules. Contact Info Women’s Contact: Amanda Rak, 6ar@queensu.ca Men’s Contacts: Co-Captain: Ernie Lin, 5kel1@queensu.ca Co-Captain: Geoff Powell, 6gp2@queensu.ca

Tryout Information - EAST FIELD Tuesday Sept.15 Wednesday Sept.16 Thursday Sept. 17

8:00pm - 10:00pm 8:00pm - 11:00pm 8:00pm – 11:00pm

Contact Info Krista Wollny: queenssynchro@hotmail.com Tryouts Please meet on pool deck Sept.. 20th at 9am

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Intramurals Team Registration

Teams registering in an intramural sports league must submit a completed entry form and the league performance bond to complete their registration. Online registration may also be available – check our website for up-to-date information. Where applicable, team entry fees must also be paid with registration. For leagues that require a “Players Pass”, individuals are responsible to purchase their own pass prior to their first game. Fall and full-year league entry will open on Wednesday September 16th at 10am. Online Registration is also available this year – https://secure.gogaelsgo.com. Each Queen’s student has been emailed a username and password. Fall league entries will be accepted until noon on the following Saturday. Mandatory captains meetings will be held during the next 3-4 days. Meeting schedules will be posted on the website. Teams not attending the captains meeting shall forfeit 50% of their performance bond. Space within a particular division is limited and will be allotted on a first-come, first-served basis. Teams must ensure they are available to play in any game slot indicated by their divisional choice. They should not register for a division where there will be a night-class conflict. Teams wishing to compete in 2nd semester must re-register their team in the same process. Registrations for 2nd semester leagues will open on the third Monday in October. Any new teams, or teams that default out of 1st semester, must attend a new captains meeting, to be held early in December.

Individual Registration

Many Faculty Societies take part in Athletics & Recreation Open house. This showcase event allows societies to run sign-ups in a controlled fashion, to create society based teams for submission. A&R Open House takes place on the first Tuesday of classes in the ARC (Athletics & Recreation Centre), from 4pm-8pm.

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Individuals who just want to get on any team may register as a “free-agent” at the ARC front desk. If enough free agents register and space permits, a new team will be formed. Otherwise, free-agent lists will be used to offset team rosters that are lower than the requirement, or teams that default a game.

Eligibility

Fall & Winter (September 1 – April 30): All fulltime graduate and undergraduate students are eligible to participate. All part-time graduate & undergraduate students, and visiting (exchange/internship) students, must pay their Queen’s Athletics & Recreation Fee, in order to participate. Faculty, staff, and community members are not eligible to participate in the Fall/Winter Intramural sports leagues (the only exception is the soccer dome league). Spring & Summer (May 1 – August 31): All full-time graduate students are eligible to participate. All part-time graduate, undergraduate (full or part-time), faculty, staff, and community members, must pay their Queen’s Athletics & Recreation Summer Fee, in order to participate. An individual may play for one team per sport, not one in each division or league. (i.e. one coed volleyball team, not one in each level). NEW 2009-2010: All players must present their student/membership card to the game official at each game, for verification against the game score sheet. Any players not on the score sheet must register at the front desk with the team, before they compete.


Intramurals Discipline and Conduct

Participants and teams must always conduct themselves in a respectful & sportsmanlike manner. Any conduct deemed in appropriate by the game official or intramural staff, may result in suspensions being assessed. A complete listing of disciplinary policies is posted on our website.

Scheduling All indoor fall & winter Intramural leagues will be made up of an 8-game season, plus playoffs. Outdoor sports will be a 6-game season plus playoffs. Leagues running over both semesters will divide the available facility time equally amongst all teams. All Intramural schedules will be posted online. Teams are expected to be available for any game within their division. Where an academic conflict arises (midterm exams), the schedule will be modified accordingly, provided 7 days notice is given. Other conflicts (personal) may be considered if facility time is available and the opposing team is in agreement. All reschedule requests must be made in writing to the Intramural Coordinator a minimum of 7 days prior to the game. 2009-2010 Dates: Because of the dates of certain Statutory Holidays and other special events this year, there will be some Intramural games played on February 7th (Superbowl Sunday) and March 17th (St. Patrick’s Day).

Defaults Each team must have a minimum number of players ready to play within 5 minutes of the scheduled start time, or they will be charged with a default. • For a team’s first default, they shall forfeit 50% of their performance bond, and be charged 2 points in the league standings. They shall also take on some players from the free-agent list (if applicable). • For a team’s second default, they shall forfeit the remainder of their performance bond, and shall be removed from the balance of the schedule.

• Where there is a waiting list, the first team will be given the opportunity to assume the remainder of the removed team’s games.

Playoffs Following each league, there will be a playoff tournament. As a guideline, the top 50% of teams remaining in the league, to the nearest multiple of 4, will advance to the playoff tournament. A maximum of 16 teams will advance. Where there are multiple divisions, an equal number of teams from each division will advance. Any remaining slots will be given to “wildcard” teams. The wildcard team(s) will be seeded lowest in the playoff bracket, regardless of their in-league record. Many Intramural leagues have moved to a single-multi day tournament format for their playoffs. Tournament dates will be announced at captains meetings, to allow teams enough time to arrange their availability. If a team is unable to compete in the playoffs due to other commitments, and the playoff schedule cannot be altered, the next placed team in their league shall assume their playoff seeding. To be eligible to participate in the playoffs, an individual must have played in 50% of the league games. This attendance is tracked from the scorecards. If an individual does not sign the scorecard, they shall not be considered to have played in that game. It is the responsibility of the team captain and players, to ensure the scorecard is accurate. Game officials are instructed to check that the number of names on the scorecard equals the number of players present on the team. Exemptions to the playoff eligibility rule may be granted by the Intramural Coordinator, for the following reason. • Injury/Illness: the player must present a doctor’s note indicating the date of the injury and the expected recovery time. Any games within that time period would be removed from the player’s requirement, and they would have to play in 50% of the remaining games.

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Intramurals • Academics: if a player must write a midterm or final examination during a game, that game shall be removed from the player’s requirement, and they would have to play in 50% of the remaining games. Night class shall not be considered an academic conflict, as the team should not have registered for that section. If a player is on exchange or internship out of the city of Kingston, they must present notice from their department of that placement. Any games within that time period would be removed from the player’s requirement, and they would have to play in 50% of the remaining games.

BEWIC Sports Days The annual highlight of the Queen’s Intramural program is BEWIC Sports Days being held on January 15/16, 2010. This recreational sports marathon involves over 1100 participants. 32 co-ed teams(minimum 30 players per team) participate in 4 sports (Wallyball, Rugby-Basketball, Innertube Waterpolo, and Floorball). Each team plays a minimum of 3 games in each sport. Competitive, Spirit, and Overall Championships are handed out at the post-event banquet. All participants receive their teams games, a catered banquet, souvenir t-shirt, and a weekend full of fun and excitement. This is the only recreational event that takes over the Athletics Complex during the entire year. Registration packages are available after Thanksgiving, with entry opening November 2nd. One captains meeting is held in late November, the other in the first week back after the holiday break.

Open Tournaments Based on facility availability, the Intramural program will convene 1-day and/or 2-day tournaments throughout the year. These tournaments will be open to anyone (non Queen’s members welcome). All teams will pay an entry fee to subsidize the cost of operating the tournament. Tournaments offered should provide a wide variety of sport opportunities. Tournament dates should be spread out through the fall and winter semesters.

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Officiating Queens’ Intramurals employs over 100 student officials for all its leagues and tournament games. Interested in a job in a sport you love? Consider becoming an official. Mandatory training sessions will be held: Saturday September 19th: 9am-12pm: Volleyball 1pm-4pm: Basketball Sunday September 20th: 9am-12pm: Soccer 1pm-4pm: Hockey Monday September 21st: 8:30pm-10pm: Innertube Waterpolo Fees range from $13-$20 per game, depending on the sport. NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY!! Contact the Intramural office for more information.


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Intramural Leagues Semester Gender

Level

Section

Curling

Cost: $150 team fee, $100 team bond

Winter

Co-Ed

Basketball Fall Fall Fall Fall Fall Winter Winter Winter Winter Winter

Full-Year Full-Year Full-Year

n/a

Men’s Men’s Women’s

Co-Ed Co-Ed Co-Ed Co-Ed Co-Ed Co-Ed Co-Ed Co-Ed Co-Ed

Outdoor Soccer Fall Fall Fall Fall Fall Fall

Tier 1 Tier 2 n/a

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12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

n/a n/a n/a

R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 R7 R8 C2

Cost: $50 team bond n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a

n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a

Wednesday

10:30pm-12:30am

Sunday Monday Wednesday Sunday Tuesday Wednesday Sunday Monday Tuesday Sunday

9:30pm-12:30am 9:30pm-12:30am 9:30pm-12:30am 6:30pm-9:30pm 9:30pm-12:30am 9:30pm-12:30am 9:30pm-12:30am 9:30pm-12:30am 9:30pm-12:30am 6:30pm-9:30pm

M1 M2 M3 M4 W1 W2

Location: Kingston Memorial Centre

24 18 6

1 2 3 4 5 n/a n/a

*cost: $30/player fee, $100 team bond

Sunday-Thursday Sunday-Thursday Sunday-Thursday

6:00pm-12:30am 6:00pm-12:30am 6:00pm-12:30am

Location: Swimming Pool 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 6

Thursday Sunday Monday Tuesday Thursday Sunday Monday Tuesday Sunday

8:30pm-11:00pm 6:30pm-9:00pm 8:30pm-11:00pm 8:30pm-11:00pm 8:30pm-11:00pm 6:30pm-9:00pm 8:30pm-11:00pm 8:30pm-11:00pm 6:30pm-9:00pm

Location: Tindall Field 6 10 6 12 10 6

Cost (Co-ed League): $50 team bond

Co-Ed Co-Ed Co-Ed Co-Ed Co-Ed Men’s* Women’s*

Time of Games

Location: Lower Gym M1 M2 M3 W1 W2 M4 M5 M6 W3 W4

Cost: $50 team bond Rec Rec Rec Rec Rec Rec Rec Rec Comp

Men’s Men’s Men’s Men’s Women’s Women’s

Indoor Soccer Winter Winter Winter Winter Winter Full-Year Full-Year

n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a

Day of Play

Location: Royal Kingston Curling Club

Cost: $30/player fee, $250 team bond

Innertube Waterpolo Fall Fall Fall Fall Winter Winter Winter Winter Winter

n/a

Cost: $50 team bond Men’s Men’s Men’s Women’s Women’s Men’s Men’s Men’s Women’s Women’s

Ice Hockey

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Teams

10 10 8 10 10 24 6

Thursday Sunday Tuesday Wednesday Sunday Monday

5:30pm-8:30pm 6:30pm-11:30pm 8:30pm-11:30pm 5:30pm-11:30pm 1:30pm-6:30pm 5:30pm-8:30pm

Location: Upper Gym Wednesday Wednesday Thursday Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday

Location: Quarry Sportsplex

7:30pm-10:30pm 9:30pm-12:30am 7:30pm-9:30pm 9:00am-12:00pm 11:00am-2:00pm 4:00pm-11:00pm 4:00pm-11:00pm


Intramural Leagues Semester

Gender

Touch Football Fall Fall Fall Ultimate Fall Fall Fall Fall Volleyball

Men’s Men’s Men’s

Level

Cost: $80 team bond n/a n/a n/a

Cost: $50 team bond Co-Ed Co-Ed Co-Ed Co-Ed

Section

n/a n/a n/a n/a

Cost: $50 team bond

Teams

Day of Play

Time of Games

Thursday Monday Tuesday

8:30pm-11:30pm 8:30pm-11:30pm 5:30pm-8:30pm

Thursday Monday Tuesday Wednesday

7:30pm-11:30pm 7:30pm-11:30pm 7:30pm-11:30pm 7:30pm-11:30pm

Location:Tindall Field 1 2 3

6 6 6

Location: North Field 1 2 3 4

16 16 16 16

Location: Upper Gym

Fall Co-Ed Rec R1 6 Sunday 6:30pm-9:30pm Fall Co-Ed Rec R2 10 Monday 7:30pm-12:30am Fall Co-Ed Rec R3 6 Wednesday 7:30pm-10:30pm Fall Co-Ed Comp C1 12 Sunday 6:30pm-12:30am Fall Co-Ed Comp C2 10 Monday 7:30pm-12:30am Fall Co-Ed Comp C3 10 Tuesday 7:30pm-10:30pm Fall Co-Ed Comp C4 10 Tuesday 9:30pm-12:30am Fall Co-Ed Comp C5 6 Wednesday 7:30pm-10:30pm Fall Co-Ed Supercomp S1 12 Sunday 6:30pm-12:30am Fall Co-Ed Supercomp S2 10 Monday 7:30pm-12:30am Fall Co-Ed Supercomp S3 10 Tuesday 7:30pm-12:30am Fall Women’s n/a W1 6 Sunday 9:30pm-12:30am Fall Women’s n/a W2 8 Wednesday 10:30pm-12:30am Winter Co-Ed Rec R4 12 Sunday 6:30pm-9:30pm Winter Co-Ed Rec R5 8 Monday 7:30pm-9:30pm Winter Co-Ed Comp C6 12 Sunday 9:30pm-12:30am Winter Co-Ed Comp C7 12 Monday 9:30pm-12:30am Winter Co-Ed Comp C8 10 Tuesday 7:30pm-10:30pm Winter Co-Ed Comp C9 10 Tuesday 9:30pm-12:30am Winter Co-Ed Supercomp S4 12 Sunday 6:30pm-12:30am Winter Co-Ed Supercomp S5 10 Monday 7:30pm-12:30am Winter Co-Ed Supercomp S6 10 Tuesday 7:30pm-12:30am

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Intramural Open Tournaments Date(s) Max Teams Games Guaranteed Entry Deadline Volleyball

Cost: ARC Teams: $150.00; Non-ARC Teams: $225.00

Oct. 31, 2009 16 3 Basketball Cost: ARC Teams: $150.00; Non-ARC Teams: $225.00

October 15, 2009

Nov. 07, 2009

October 22, 2009

Snow Football

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Cost: ARC Teams: $150.00; Non-ARC Teams: $275.00

Feb. 6/7, 2010 Hockey

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2

January 21, 2010

Cost: ARC Teams: $300.00; Non-ARC Teams: $450.00

Feb. 13/14, 2010 Soccer

2

8

2

January 28, 2010

Cost: ARC Teams: $150.00; Non-ARC Teams: $275.00

March 20/21, 2010

16

2

March 4, 2010

Ultimate Cost: ARC Teams: $150.00; Non-ARC Teams: $275.00 April 10, 2010 BEWIC Sports Days

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3

March 25, 2010

Cost*: ARC Teams: $475.00; Non-ARC Teams: $675.00

January 15/16, 2010 32 12 (4 per sport) *Teams over 30 players pay $15/additional player

Registration opens November 2, 2009

All tournaments listed are open to anybody. Teams with any non-ARC members pay the outside team fee. All non-ARC members participating must be 18-years of age or older as of the tournament date. “

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Weights and Cardio Cardiovascular and Strength Training Areas The exercise areas at Queen’s University include 2 free weight training rooms, squash and racquetball courts, machine based strength training equipment and over 100 individual pieces of cardiovascular training equipment. The main training areas are located on the second floor. A heavy weight training room is available on Lower Level 1. If you have any questions or concerns while using the facility, do not hesitate to speak with the on duty supervisor. These staff members will be monitoring the weight rooms and the cardiovascular training areas throughout the day and evening. Other exercise facilities available in the building include a swimming pool, stretching area, 3 gymnasiums and a combatives room. For sign up policy, change the 25 minutes to 30 minutes.

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Instructional Programs General Information Student Pricing

In order to be eligible for “Student” rates on Instructional Programs, students MUST be currently enrolled full-time or part-time and have paid their student athletic fees. Part-time students who have not paid their student athletic fees will be charged the “Q Members” rate, providing they have purchased a building membership. Individuals who do not hold a P.E.C. building membership will be charged the “non-member” rate.

Program Registration Policy

Persons may register for themselves or other members of their family, providing they have the appropriate fees and information. Prices in this brochure include all applicable taxes.

Program Refund Policy

Beginner Fencing This course will provide an opportunity to learn basic fencing skills, movement, tactics and safety. No previous experience required. Open to athletes aged 10 yrs old and up. Maximum 18 participants. All equipment provided. Gym shoes and light track pants required. 10 week session. Classes will run during Reading Week. Location: Duncan McArthur Gymnasium, West Campus.

Intermediate Fencing Designed for experienced youth and adult fencers who are looking to improve their skill and technique. Prior completion of a Queen’s fencing program, or a similar program, an asset. Minimum age 14 yrs old. Maximum 18 participants. All equipment provided. Gym shoes & light track pants required. 12 week session. Classes will run during Reading Week.

Full refunds will be issued (less $8.00 administration fee) up to three (3) working days prior to the start date of the program. Following this, no refunds will be issued.

Location: Duncan McArthur Gymnasium, West Campus.

Cancellation/Change Policy

This elite program initiative is targeted at experienced teenage and adult fencers who seek advanced training in an atmosphere geared toward competition. Fencers accepted into this program will train with the Queen’s University Fencing team for up to 6 hours per week under the direction of the varsity coaching staff. All equipment provided. Gym shoes and light track pants required. 12 week session. Classes will run during Reading Week.

• Programs may be cancelled due to insufficient enrolment. • Prior notification will occur wherever possible. • Full refunds will apply

Minimum Age

18 years old OR current Queen’s student

Removal Procedures

University reserves the right to remove or refuse participants. This shall be governed by internal University Procedures and Policies. These procedures do not constitute a screening process of participants.

Advanced Fencing:

“Train alongside varsity fencing athletes.”

Location: Duncan McArthur Gymnasium, West Campus. This program is restricted and fencers must apply to Hugh Munby, Head Coach Fencing, Hugh.Munby@queensu.ca. (The program is not open to anyone younger than 14yrs old.)

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Instructional Programs Ballroom Dance

Hip Hop Dancing

Learn how to do the Fox Trot. English and Viennese Watlz, Tango, Rumba and the Cha Cha. No previous experience necessary for beginner classes. Indoor dress shoes required. Designed for couples – MUST register with your partner. Maximum 20 couples. 9 week session.

Learn the basic moves and technique, then put your own twist on this fun, innovative “street based” dance. Maximum 24 participants. 9 week session.

Location: Fall: Upper Dance Studio, PEC, Winter: Studio 4, ARC

Salsa Dancing

Ballroom Dance: Advanced Go beyond the basic steps, and take your dancing to the next level for the following dances: the Fox Trot. English and Viennese Watlz, Tango, Rumba and the Cha Cha. Indoor dress shoes required. Designed for couples – MUST register with your partner. Maximum 20 couples. 9 week session. Location: Fall: Upper Dance Studio, PEC, Winter: Studio 4, ARC

Ballet for Adults For all of you who have always wanted to dance, here is your chance! Learn the basic positions, steps, and combinations of classical ballet in a fun and relaxing atmosphere with the sounds of classical music to accompany you. Bring out the dancer in you! No experience necessary. Maximum 30 participants. 8 week session. Location: Fall: Lower Studio, PEC, Winter: Studio 4, ARC

Belly Dancing A fun way to get fit! If you can move your hips, you can learn to belly dance. Belly dancing is easy to learn and great exercise. It helps strengthen your core, improves coordination and muscle tone. Be creative and get fit! Maximum 30 participants. 9 week session. Location: Fall: Lower Studio, PEC, Winter: Mondays: Studio 2, Wednesdays: Studio 1, ARC

Location: Fall: Upper Dance Studio, PEC, Winter: Studio 2, ARC

Feel the Latin beat! This class provides an introduction for beginners to the moves and grooves of Salsa. You and your partner will be a hit in the clubs when you learn to swing those hips. Maximum 20 couples – You MUST register with your partner. 9 week session. Location: Fall: Lower Studio, PEC, Winter: Sundays: Studio 2, Wednesdays: Studio 3, ARC

Salsa Dancing: Advanced Go beyond the basics and learn all the hot moves that will set you and your partner apart from the crowd at the clubs! Maximum 20 couples – You MUST register with your partner. 9 week session. Location: Fall: Lower Studio, PEC, Winter: Studio 2, ARC

Hatha Yoga: Beginner Learn body awareness and stress management techniques while improving muscle tone, balance, and flexibility through the system of Hatha Yoga. Maximum 40 participants. 9 week session. Location: Fall: Upper Dance Studio, PEC, Winter: Studio 4, ARC

Hatha Yoga: Beyond Beginner For those who have taken Hatha Yoga before and are looking to move past the basics. Maximum 40 participants. 9 week session. Location: Fall: Upper Dance Studio, PEC, Winter: Studio 4, ARC

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Instructional Programs Vinyasa Yoga

Pilates: Beginner

This class is an energetic style of yoga coordinating breath with movement. You are guided step-by-step in a clear and concise manner, building on the foundations of Vinyasa yoga each week to encourage you to develop a safe and fulfilling practice. This class will power your body and power your soul! Maximum 40 participants. 9 week session.

This exercise system is designed to help strengthen and condition the body “powerhouse” (abdominal connection to lower back and buttocks). Controlled movements engaging the mind and body to improve posture, breathing, and fitness. Maximum 30 participants. 9 week session.

Location: Fall: Upper Dance Studio, PEC, Winter: Studio 1, ARC

Location: Fall: Upper Dance Studio, PEC, Winter: Tues/Thurs: Studio 4, Mon/Wed: Studio 3, ARC

Morning Yoga

Pilates: Intermediate

Wake up your body and mind. Start your day with this invigorating class. Stretch, strengthen and balance your body and mind. All levels welcome. Maximum 40 participants. 9 week session.

Go beyond the beginner moves to challenge yourself. Must have taken at least one full session of Beginner Pilates or an equivalent program to be able to take this program. Maximum 30 participants. 9 week session.

Location: Fall: Upper Dance Studio, PEC, Winter: Studio 2, ARC

Location: Fall: Upper Dance Studio, PEC, Winter: Studio 4, ARC

Relax & Refresh Yoga

Pilates: Multi-level

Finish your busy day with a relaxing yoga class. Explore gentle yoga postures that ease tension, free joints and balance body and mind. This class is also suitable for those recovering from injury or illness or who have limited range of motion. All levels welcome. Maximum 40 participants. 9 week session.

Looking for an extra Pilates class during the week, or just a Saturday class, this multi-level Pilates class is here to meet your needs. Maximum 30 participants. 8 week session.

Location: (Winter Only) Studio 4, ARC

Pilates: Staff-Only

Yoga Meets Dance™

Get your Pilates workout in on your lunch hour. This beginner Pilates class meets the needs of a working schedule so that you can have more time with the family after work. Maximum 30 participants. 9 week session.

“Deeply relax your body and mind with gentle stretching, then soar into a sacred, sensual and silly transformational dance journey for all shapes and sizes, non-dancers and dancers. Be swept away, inspired and uplifted! Unleash dormant energy and dissolve energy blocks. Receive a wildly fun aerobic workout that never feels like exercise.” Maximum 30 participants. 9 week session. Location: (Winter Only) Studio 1, ARC

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Location: Fall: Lower Studio, PEC, Winter: Studio 4, ARC

Location: Fall: Upper Dance Studio, PEC, Winter: Studio 3, ARC


Instructional Programs Standing Pilates

Yogilates

A balanced fitness experience! This class builds functional strength for walking, standing and balance. It will build your bone density while improving strength, balance and core support. Standing Pilates delivers a balance challenge, which forces you to recruit more muscles into the movements, giving you a more intense workout. No Pilates experience necessary. Maximum 30 participants. 9 week session.

A blend of exercises from the practices of yoga and Pilates which complement each other while creating a great toning and flexibility workout for you! Maximum 30 participants. 9 week session.

Location: Fall: Upper Dance Studio, PEC, Winter: Studio 2, ARC

Pilates for Breast Cancer Rehab This class is designed with quality, slow, controlled Pilates movements and breathing techniques that are modified to meet the many needs and stages of breast cancer rehabilitation. The instructor will introduce you to many important techniques which can assist with easing the various stages of rehabilitation including fighting the effects of bone density loss, which can be a result from chemo, by utilizing weight bearing exercises to assist with building bone density, working through, and to increase, an individual’s range of motion, which can become limited due surgery or scar tissue. Participants are asked to consult with their physician prior to registering for the course to ensure they agree with involvement in the program. Maximum 12 participants. 4 week session.

Location: Fall: Lower Studio, PEC, Winter: Tuesdays: Studio 2, Thursdays: Studio 4, ARC

Yogilates at Lunch The Peanut Butter and Jam of lunch time exercising. Enjoy a fitness class which is a blend of exercises from Pilates & Yoga which complement and tone, all during your lunch hour. Maximum 30 participants. 9 week session. Location: (Winter Only) Studio 2, ARC

Location: (Winter Only) Marion Ross Room, ARC

Piloboxing You can now meet all your get-sculpted and get-lean goals in one amazing workout. Piloboxing mixes high-energy boxing movements with Pilates toners that, in combination, will not only sculpt your core and improve your posture but will blast off the calories as well! Double the fun in this great full body workout! Maximum 30 participants. 9 week session. Location: Fall: Upper Dance Studio, PEC, Winter: Mondays: Studio 4, Tues/Thurs: Studio 2, ARC

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Instructional Programs Tai Chi

Muay Thai

An introduction to the ancient Chinese Health Art which utilizes slow relaxed aerobic exercises to improve health, flexibility, strength and coordination. Maximum 40 participants. 9 week session.

This cardio-based workout focuses on the fitness and conditioning aspect of Muay Thai martial arts. This class is lead by Mike Martelle, who is one of only 10 Bramajarns in the WORLD! It combines 50 minutes of high intensity training drills, calisthenics, Thai pad drills, and working on kicking drills. Students will learn to punch, elbow, clinch, knee, and kick. You’ll burn excess fat and calories; improve strength; muscle tone; muscle endurance; and flexibility. The workout is fun, safe, challenging and accommodates all levels of fitness. Maximum 30 participants. 9 week session.

Location: Fall: Lower Studio, PEC, Winter: Studio 2, ARC

50+ Tai Chi This morning Tai Chi class is modified to meet the needs of those 50+ and provides a wonderful introduction to the techniques and benefits of Tai chi for all. Maximum 40 participants. 8 week session. Location: Fall: Lower Studio, PEC, Winter: Studio 4, ARC

Location: Fall: Fridays: Upper Dance Studio, PEC, Saturdays: Lower Studio, PEC, Winter: Wednesdays: Studio 1, Saturdays: Studio 4, ARC

Squash: Beginner Improve your game or add a new activity to your repertoire. These programs will fill quickly, so sign up early to avoid disappointment. Eye guards (required) and racquets are provided free of charge. Maximum 14 participants. 9 week session. Location: Squash Courts, ARC

Squash: Intermediate Designed for individuals who wish to sharpen their game of squash. Content includes a brief review of fundamentals, then onto the tactical game strategies. Eye guards (required), and racquets are provided free of charge. Maximum 14 participants. 9 week session. Location: Squash courts, ARC

Queen’s Recreation reserves the right to cancel or alter any class/program on the schedule.

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Dates

Sept. 26 - Nov. 14 Jan. 23 - Mar. 20 Sept. 20 - Nov. 15 Sept. 22 - Nov. 17 Sept. 22 - Nov. 17 Sept. 20 - Nov. 15 Jan. 17 - Mar. 21 Jan. 19 - Mar. 23 Jan. 19 - Mar. 23 Jan. 17 - Mar. 21 Sept. 21 - Nov. 23 Sept. 23 - Nov. 18 Jan. 18 - Mar. 29 Sept. 24 - Nov. 19 Jan. 21 - Mar. 25 Sept. 20 - Nov. 15 Sept. 23 - Nov. 18 Sept. 20 - Nov. 15 Jan. 17 - Mar. 21 Jan. 20 - Mar. 24 Jan. 17 - Mar. 21 Sept. 22 - Nov. 24 Jan. 12 - Mar. 16 Sept. 8 - Nov. 24 Jan. 5 - Mar. 23 Sept. 8 - Nov. 28 Jan. 5 - Mar. 27 Sept. 22 - Nov. 19 Jan. 19 - Mar. 25 Jan. 18 - Mar. 29

Program/Session

Ballet For Adults/1 Ballet For Adults/2 Ballroom Dance/1 Ballroom Dance/2 Ballroom Dance/3 Ballroom Dance - Adv./1 Ballroom Dance/4 Ballroom Dance/5 Ballroom Dance/6 Ballroom Dance - Adv./2 Belly Dancing/1 Belly Dancing/2 Belly Dancing/3 Hip Hop Dance/1 Hip Hop Dance/2 Salsa Dance/1 Salsa Dance/2 Salsa Dance - Adv./1 Salsa Dance/3 Salsa Dance/4 Salsa Dance - Adv./2 Fencing - Beginner/1 Fencing - Beginner/2 Fencing - Intermediate/1 Fencing - Intermediate/2 Fencing - Advanced/1 Fencing - Advanced/2 Morning Yoga/1 Morning Yoga/2 Relax & Refresh Yoga/1

Saturdays Saturdays Sundays Tuesdays Tuesdays Sundays Sundays Tuesdays Tuesdays Sundays Mondays Wednesdays Mondays Thursdays Thursdays Sundays Wednesdays Sundays Sundays Wednesdays Sundays Tuesdays Tuesdays Tuesdays Tuesdays T/W/Th/Sat T/W/Th/Sat Tues/Thur Tues/Thur Mon/Wed

Day 8 8 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 10 10 12 12 12 12 18 18 18

Notes

Lower Studio, PEC No experience necessary. Studio 4 No Class Feb. 27 Upper Dance Studio, PEC Upper Dance Studio, PEC Upper Dance Studio, PEC Upper Dance Studio, PEC Studio 4 No class Feb. 21 Studio 4 No class Feb. 23 Studio 4 No class Feb. 23 Studio 4 No class Feb. 21 Lower Studio, PEC No class Oct. 12 Studio 2 No class Feb. 15 & 22 Studio 1 No class Feb. 24 Upper Dance Studio, PEC Studio 2 No class Feb. 25 Lower Studio, PEC Lower Studio, PEC Lower Studio, PEC Studio 2 No class Feb. 21 Studio 2 No class Feb. 24 Studio 2 No class Feb. 21 McArthur Gym, WC McArthur Gym, WC Class runs Reading Week McArthur Gym, WC McArthur Gym, WC Class runs Reading Week McArthur Gym, WC McArthur Gym, WC Class runs Reading Week Upper Dance Studio, PEC Studio 2 No class Feb. 23 & 25 Studio 4 No class Feb. 15, 22 & 24

# Classes Location

10:30-11:20am 10:30-11:20am 6:30-7:30pm 7:30-8:30pm 8:30-9:30pm 7:30-8:30pm 6:30-7:30pm 7:30-8:30pm 8:30-9:30pm 7:30-8:30pm 6:30-7:20pm 6:30-7:20pm 6:30-7:20pm 7:30-8:20pm 6:30-7:20pm 7:00-8:20pm 6:30-8:00pm 6:30-8:00pm 5:00-6:20pm 6:30-8:00pm 6:30-8:00pm 7:00-8:00pm 7:00-8:00pm 7:30-9:00pm 7:30-9:00pm w/varsity team* w/varsity team* 7:15-8:00am 7:15-8:00am 4:40-5:20pm

Time $73/$88 $73/$88 $82/$99 $82/$99 $82/$99 $82/$99 $82/$99 $82/$99 $82/$99 $82/$99 $87/$105 $87/$105 $87/$105 $82/$99 $82/$99 $82/$99 $82/$99 $82/$99 $82/$99 $82/$99 $82/$99 $87/$105 $87/$105 $105/$127 $105/$127 $330/$397 $330/$397 $118/$142 $118/$142 $120/$145

Price

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Dates

Sept. 21 - Nov. 23 Sept. 23 - Nov. 18 Jan. 18 - Mar. 29 Jan. 20 - Mar. 24 Sept. 21 - Nov. 23 Jan. 18 - Mar. 29 Sept. 24 - Nov. 19 Jan. 18 - Mar. 29 Jan. 20 - Mar. 24 Sept. 22 - Nov. 19 Jan. 19 - Mar. 25 Jan. 18 - Mar. 29 Sept. 26 - Nov. 14 Jan. 23 - Mar. 20 Sept. 22 - Nov. 19 Jan. 19 - Mar. 25 Sept. 22 - Nov. 19 Jan. 19 - Mar. 18 Sept. 21 - Nov. 23 Jan. 18 - Mar. 29 Jan. 21 - Feb. 11 Sept. 22 - Nov. 19 Jan. 18 - Mar. 29 Jan. 19 - Mar. 25 Sept. 22 - Nov. 24 Jan. 19 - Mar. 25 Jan. 18 - Mar. 29 Sept. 23 - Nov. 11 Jan. 20 - Mar. 24 Sept. 22 - Nov. 24 Jan. 19 - Mar. 23

Program/Session

Hatha Yoga - Beginner/1 Hatha Yoga - Beginner/2 Hatha Yoga - Beginner/3 Hatha Yoga - Beginner/4 Hatha Yoga - Beyond Beg./1 Hatha Yoga - Beyond Beg./2 Vinyasa Yoga Vinyasa Yoga Yoga Meets Dance/1 Pilates- Beginner/1 Pilates- Beginner/2 Pilates- Beginner/3 Pilates - Multi-Level/1 Pilates - Multi-Level/2 Pilates- Intermediate/1 Pilates- Intermediate/2 Pilates- Staff Only/1 Pilates- Staff Only/2 Standing Pilates/1 Standing Pilates/2 Pilates for Breast Cancer Rehab Piloboxing/1 Piloboxing/2 Piloboxing/3 Yogilates/1 Yogilates/2 Yogilates at Lunch/1 50+ Tai Chi/1 50+ Tai Chi/2 Tai Chi/1 Tai Chi/2

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Day

Mondays Wednesdays Mondays Wednesdays Mon/Wed Mon/Wed Thursdays Mondays Wednesdays Tue/Thu Tue/Thu Mon/Wed Saturdays Saturdays Tue/Thu Tue/Thu Tue/Thu Tue/Thu Mon/Wed Mon/Wed Thursdays Tue/Thu Mondays Tue/Thu Tuesdays Tues/Thurs Mondays Wednesdays Wednesdays Tuesdays Tuesdays

Time 9 9 9 9 18 18 9 9 9 18 18 18 16 16 18 18 18 18 18 18 4 18 9 18 9 18 9 8 8 9 9

# Classes

5:30-6:50pm 5:30-6:50pm 5:30-6:50pm 5:30-6:50pm 7:00-8:20pm 7:00-8:20pm 8:30-9:20pm 6:30-7:50pm 7:30-8:20pm 5:30-6:20pm 5:30-6:20pm 5:35-6:25pm 9:30-10:20am 9:30-10:20am 6:30-7:20pm 6:30-7:20pm 12:05-12:50pm 12:05-12:50pm 12:05-12:50pm 5:30-6:20pm 7:30-8:20pm 4:30-5:20pm 12:05-12:50pm 12:05-12:50pm 7:30-8:20pm 7:30-8:20pm 12:05-12:50pm 9:30-10:20am 9:30-10:20am 6:30-7:20pm 6:30-7:20pm

Location

Notes

Upper Dance Studio, PEC No class Oct. 12 Upper Dance Studio, PEC Studio 4 No class Feb. 15 & 22 Studio 4 No class Feb. 24 Upper Dance Studio, PEC No class Oct. 12 Studio 4 No class Feb. 15, 22 & 24 Upper Dance Studio, PEC Studio 1 No class Feb. 15 & 22 Studio 1 No class Feb. 24 Upper Dance Studio, PEC Studio 4 No class Feb. 23 & 25 Studio 3 No class Feb. 15, 22 & 24 Lower Studio, PEC Studio 4 No class Feb. 27 Upper Dance Studio, PEC Studio 4 No class Feb. 23& 25 Upper Dance Studio, PEC Studio 3 Class runs Reading Week Upper Dance Studio, PEC No class Oct. 12 Studio 2 No class Feb. 15, 22 & 24 Marion Ross Room Upper Dance Studio, PEC No class Oct. 12 Studio 4 No class Feb. 15 & 22 Studio 2 No class Feb. 23 & 25 Lower Studio, PEC Studio 2 /Studio 4 No class Feb. 23 & 25 Studio 2 No class Feb. 15 & 22 Lower Studio, PEC Studio 4 No class Feb. 24 Lower Studio, PEC Studio 2 No class Feb. 23

Price $97/$117 $97/$117 $97/$117 $97/$117 $120/$145 $120/$145 $97/$117 $97/$117 $87/$105 $120/$145 $120/$145 $120/$145 $65/$79 $65/$79 $120/$145 $120/$145 $120/$145 $120/$145 $120/$145 $120/$145 $38/$46 $120/$145 $97/$117 $120/$145 $97/$117 $125/$151 $98/$118 $64/$77 $64/$77 $75/$91 $75/$91

Instructional Programs Class Schedules


Dates

Sept. 25 - Nov. 20 Sept. 26 - Nov. 21 Jan. 20 - Mar. 24 Jan. 23 - Mar. 27 Sept. 20 - Nov. 15 Sept. 22 - Nov. 17 Sept. 22 - Nov. 17 Sept. 23 - Nov. 18 Sept. 23 - Nov. 18 Jan. 17 - Mar. 21 Jan. 19 - mar. 23 Jan. 19 - Mar. 23 Jan. 20 - Mar. 24 Jan. 20 - Mar. 24

Program/Session

Mauy Thai/1 Mauy Thai/2 Mauy Thai/3 Mauy Thai/4 Squash - Beginner/1 Squash - Beginner/2 Squash - Beginner/3 Squash - Beginner/4 Squash - Intermediate/1 Squash - Beginner/5 Squash - Beginner/6 Squash - Beginner/7 Squash - Beginner/8 Squash - Intermediate/2

Day

Fridays Saturdays Wednesdays Saturdays Sundays Tuesdays Tuesdays Wednesdays Wednesdays Sundays Tuesdays Tuesdays Wednesdays Wednesdays

Time 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9

Notes

Upper Dance Studio, PEC Lower Dance Studio, PEC Studio 1 No class Feb. 24 Studio 4 No class Feb. 27 SQ Courts, (5) SQ Courts, (5) SQ Courts, (5) SQ Courts, (5) SQ Courts, (5) SQ Courts, (5) No class Feb. 14 SQ Courts, (5) No class Feb. 16 SQ Courts, (5) No class Feb. 16 SQ Courts, (5) No class Feb. 17 SQ Courts, (5) No class Feb. 17

# Classes Location

12:30-1:25pm 11:30am-12:30pm 12:35-1:25pm 11:30am-12:50pm 6:50-8:10pm 4:10-5:30pm 8:10-9:50pm 4:50-6:10pm 6:10-7:30pm 6:50-8:10pm 4:10-5:30pm 8:10-9:50pm 4:50-6:10pm 6:10-7:30pm

Price $112/$135 $112/$135 $96/$116 $112/$135 $75/$91 $75/$91 $75/$91 $75/$91 $80/$97 $75/$91 $75/$91 $75/$91 $75/$91 $80/$97

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Fitness Acrofitness

Fit Ball Workout

This fun, multi-style class introduces participants to the benefits of acrobatic concepts with a yoga consciousness. Partner and group work will be explored as well as individual conditioning including balance, coordination and strength building in a fun, fit way! Come with an open mind and a sense of humour. Maximum 25 participants. 9 week session.

This full body workout using a stability ball focuses on strengthening and toning your core, abs, and back while helping to improve your posture, balance and flexibility. Get on the ball. Get fit! Stability ball provided. Maximum 20 participants. 9 week session.

Location: Fall: Combatives Room, PEC, Winter: Combatives 1, ARC

Intro to Hooping The classic hula hoop is more than just a child’s toy it is a great fitness tool! This fun-filled introductory workshop will cover the basics of “hooping” on and off the body, transitions and some cool tricks. Hooping is insanely fun and a great core workout. Learn something new that will keep you fit and make your friends say “Cool, where did you learn that neat trick!” Maximum 15 participants. Location: Fall: Combative Room, PEC, Winter: Combatives 1, ARC

Location: Fall: Combatives Room, PEC, Winter: Combatives Room 1, ARC

Fusion Flow Strike a pose and get stronger! Utilizing various yoga and Pilates poses and moves, with light hand weights, this multi-level class will tone your body and mind. The class will improve your posture, strengthen your core, tone your muscles, build balance and coordination, and improve flexibility, all while releasing tension and stress. No experience necessary. Maximum 30 participants. 9 week session. Location: Fall: Lower Studio, PEC, Winter: Mondays: Studio 3, Wednesdays: Studio 2, ARC

Lunch Fit Aerobics Make good use of your lunch hour! Three workouts per week allow you to stay fit and still be free after work. Air conditioned facilities and great sound system! Maximum 40 participants. 12 week session. Location: Fall: Lower Studio, PEC, Winter: Studio 3, ARC.

Recreational Fitness and Games Get a great workout in the form of sports and games. Based upon the interests of participants, activities may include soccer, basketball, floor hockey and European Handball. Maximum 24 participants. 12 week session. Location: Fall: BEWS Gym, PEC, Winter: Practice Gym 1, ARC

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Fitness Can-Fit-Pro (Personal Trainer Specialist Course – PTS)

Can-Fit-Pro (Fitness Instructor Specialist Course – FIS)

Can-Fit-Pro as created a new multimedia learning process for the PTS course as well as an updated and more comprehensive manual. The PTS program has the integration of independent online learning for the theoretical concepts and an in-person course where candidates further hone their practical skills. It is strongly recommended that the on-line portion is completed before the start of the in-person course as it assists in prepping each candidate for the in-person content. Delivered by a qualified PRO trainer, the in-person course will increase your knowledge and confidence to train clients 1-on-1 or in a small group (2-3 people) setting. Topics include: fitness theory, components of a workout, cardiovascular and resistance training, nutritional counseling and weight management. Course fee and Manual & Study guide fee are separate. Manual and Study guide fee is non-refundable. $140.00 exam fee not included, nor is the Can-Fit-Pro membership fee of $59.00. Course Registration deadline: (Fall) Oct. 15 / (Winter) Jan. 28

This is a comprehensive 22-hour course that will increase your knowledge and confidence level to lead a group fitness class to music. A qualified Fitness Instructor Specialist can lead groups in various formats of cardiovascular conditioning, muscle strength and endurance training, stretching and relaxation, or a calming cool-down. A Can-Fit-Pro certified FIS is knowledgeable about different types of music, understands how to use music in a group setting, keeps current on the latest fitness trends and is able to give generalized advice about healthy living and proper nutrition. Delivered by a qualified PRO trainer, topics include aspects of fitness, wellness and basic training principles, fitness theory: skeletal, muscular, neurological, cardiovascular and pulmonary systems, kinesiology/anatomy in action and bioenergetics, components of a fitness class from the warm-up to the cool-down, musicality: phrasing, cueing and appropriate music selection, Leadership and motivation skills, and special populations and injuries. Course fee and Manual & Study guide fee are separate. Manual and Study guide fee is non-refundable. $155.00 exam fee not included, nor is the Can-Fit-Pro membership fee of $59.00. Course Registration deadline: TBA

Location: TBA Note: Come dressed to work out & with a water bottle. Thursday: 4:00 – 9:00pm Friday: 4:00 - 9:00pm Saturday: 9:00am – 7:00pm Sunday: 9:00am – 7:00pm

Location: TBA Note: Come dressed to work out & with a water bottle.

Youth Athlete Conditioning Program This program is designed to improve speed, agility, power and balance through use of superior training modalities. A mobility assessment will enable us to find muscular issues that may cause injury and decrease performance. Individual training goals will be set to correct these problems. Open to athletes aged 10 to 18yrs old. Maximum 20 participants. 8 week session. Location: Fall: Lower Studio, PEC, Winter: Studio 3, ARC

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Fitness Lifting Through…” Series

Fitness Menu

The “Lifting Through…” series is a strength and conditioning program for women within the Queen’s, K.G.H, and Kingston communities. Exercises are completed in a circuit with emphasis placed upon enjoyable, challenging and attainable goals. Maximum 20 participants. 8 week session.

Sample three different fitness activity entrees over the lunch hour each week: Circuit Strength, Spin (cycle class) and Boot Camp. Choose just one or all 4 weeks. Maximum 20 participants. 4 week session. 3 classes per week. Circuit Strength is an introduction to proper strength training techniques in a circuit setting. It is an effective and fun full-body workout.

Location: Fall: Varsity Weight Room, PEC, Winter: Studio 4, ARC Note: You MUST register before the start of each session!

Location: Fall: Lower studio, PEC, Winter: Studio 1, ARC

Seniors Fit for Life Program

Boot Camp

This program has been developed and refined over the past 10 years to provide a place for seniors to focus on improvements in strength, balance, stability and self-confidence. We continue to help people overcome fears, disease and ill health with this successful program.

Bored with the gym? This outdoor total-body fitness program is a fun way to get out and get fit. It will include circuit training, core strengthening, cardiovascular training, functional training and stretching. Maximum 14 participants. 8 week session.

Introductory Session - The Introductory sessions provide detailed instruction to beginner exercisers in the techniques for strength training, balance and coordination improvement, flexibility, breathing and a variety of individualized components of fitness. Maximum 20 participants. 8 week session.

Location: Fall: Lower studio, PEC, Winter: Studio 2, ARC

Location: Fall: Lower Studio, PEC, Winter: Studio 2, ARC Advanced Session - Upon completion of the Introductory series, participants have the opportunity to join the advanced program. Exercises in this series include strength training machines, treadmills, elliptical trainers, exercise bikes and a host of other modes of activity. Maximum 20 participants. 8 week session.

Fit Girl Learn how to strengthen, tone and sculpt yourself into the “Fit Girl” you know you are. Each class will introduce you to a component of a complete workout program: Cardiovascular, Resistance, and Flexibility and give you variations to each component. Some may include: stability ball training, interval training, circuit training, functional training, free weights, and much more. Nutritional tips will be given throughout the program. Maximum 14 participants. 8 week session. Location: Fall: Lower studio, PEC, Winter: Studio 2, ARC

Location: Fall: Lower Studio, PEC, Winter: Studio 2, ARC

Queen’s Recreation reserves the right to cancel or alter any class/program on the schedule.

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Fitness Cardio Challenge

Water Running Clinic

You’ve got the strength…but do you have the HEART? If you want to sweat and see what proper cardio training consists of, how to do it, and what it can do for you, take the cardio challenge! Interval training, hill training, plyometrics and more will help sculpt and build your cardio training and YOU! Maximum 20 participants. 8 week session.

This water running clinic introduces you to the benefits of a low impact water activity for athletes, those recovering from an injury or those new to fitness. This is a completely non-weight bearing activity that most closely replicates the activity of running on land. By using the resistance of the water a full body workout, without injury, is the result. During the workshop you will experience various drills and exercises with resistance that include interval work and timed drills to develop and/ or maintain an individual’s cardiovascular and muscular strength. Basic swimming ability and comfort in deep water is a pre-requisite. Maximum 10 participants.

Location: Fall: Lower studio, PEC, Winter: Studio 3, ARC

Wild Card Fitness Don’t want to commit to the same workout every week? Maybe you just want to get a good sweat from your workout. Each class will give you a great workout and it promises to be different every time. You get to try a variety of classes: boot camp, cardio interval, body sculpt, circuit strength, and many more! You are always “dealt” a different class!! Maximum 24 participants. 8 week session. Location: (Winter Only) Studio 2 or 3, ARC

Water Fitness (Shallow) Try adding a water fitness class to your exercise routine. Let the properties of the water challenge you, ease the stress on your joints, and help you get fit. Maximum 20 participants. 9 week session. Location: Swimming Pool (First class - meet on the pool deck)

Water Fitness (Deep) Challenge yourself to a great workout! This no impact, deep-water class challenges your cardiovascular strength through the use of buoyancy and the properties of water. The use of aqua-belts and some resistance equipment enhance your workout for maximum benefit. Basic swimming ability and comfort in deep water is a pre-requisite. Maximum 20 participants. 9 week session. Location: (Winter Only) Swimming Pool (First class - meet on the pool deck)

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Location: (Winter Only) Swimming Pool (First class meet on pool deck)


Sept. 21 - Nov. 23 Jan. 18 - Mar. 29 Jan. 21 - Mar. 18 Sept. 23 - Nov. 11 Jan. 18 - Mar. 22 Jan. 20 - Mar. 17 TBA TBA Oct. 22 - 25 Feb. 4 - 7 Sept. 21 - Nov. 16 Jan. 19 - Mar. 16 Jan. 21 - Mar. 18 Sept. 15 - Nov. 12 Jan. 12 - Mar. 11 Sept. 14 - Nov. 16 Jan. 11 - Mar. 15 Sept. 23 - Nov. 11 Jan. 18 - Mar. 22 Jan. 20 - Mar. 17 Nov. 30 - Jan. 8 Nov. 30, Dec. 2, 4 Dec. 7, 9, 11 Dec. 14, 16, 18 Jan. 4, 6, 8 Sept. 8 - Dec. 20 Jan. 4 - April 11 Sept. 21 - Nov. 23 Jan. 18 -Mar. 29 Jan. 20 - Mar. 24 Sept. 26 Oct. 24 Jan. 18 - Mar. 22

Acrofitness/1 Acrofitness/2 Acrofitness/3 Boot Camp/1 Boot Camp/2 Boot Camp/3 Can-Fit-Pro FIS/1 Can-Fit-Pro FIS/2 Can-Fit-Pro PTS/1 Can-Fit-Pro PTS/2 Cardio Challenge/1 Cardio Challenge/2 Cardio Challenge/3 Fit Ball - Beginner/1 Fit Ball - Beginner/2 Fit Ball - Advanced/1 Fit Ball - Advanced/2 Fit Girl/1 Fit Girl/2 Fit Girl/3 Fitness Menu/1 Fitness Menu/2 Fitness Menu/3 Fitness Menu/4 Fitness Menu/5 Fitness Plus/1 Fitness Plus/2 Fusion Flow/1 Fusion Flow/2 Fusion Flow/3 Intro to Hooping/1 Intro to Hooping/2 Intro to Hooping/3

Mondays Mondays Thursdays Wednesdays Mondays Wednesdays Fri/Sat/Sun Fri/Sat/Sun Thu/Fri/Sat/Sun Thu/Fri/Sat/Sun Mondays Tuesdays Thursdays Tues/Thurs Tues/Thurs Mon/Wed/Fri Mon/Wed/Fri Wednesdays Mondays Wednesdays Mon/Wed/Fri Mon/Wed/Fri Mon/Wed/Fri Mon/Wed/Fri Mon/Wed/Fri Mon-Sun Mon-Sun Mondays Mondays Wednesdays Saturday Saturday Mondays

Day(s)

Notes

Combatives Room, PEC No class Oct. 12 Combatives 1 No class Feb. 15 & 22 Combatives 1 No class Feb. 25 Lower Studio, PEC Studio 2 No class Feb. 15 & 22 Studio 2 No class Feb. 24 TBA TBA TBA TBA Lower Studio, PEC No class Oct. 12 Studio 3 No class Feb. 23 Studio 3 No class Feb. 25 Combatives 1 Combatives 1 *** Combatives 1 No class Oct. 12 Combatives 1 No class Feb. 15*** Lower Studio, PEC Studio 2 No class Feb. 15, 22 Studio 2 No class Feb. 24 Lower Studio, PEC All 4 weeks Lower Studio, PEC Week # 1 Lower Studio, PEC Week # 2 Lower Studio, PEC Week # 3 Studio 1 Week # 4 see schedule 15 weeks see schedule 15 weeks Lower Studio, PEC No class Oct. 12 Studio 3 No class Feb. 15 & 22 Studio 2 No class Feb. 24 Combatives Room, PEC Hoop included Combatives Room, PEC Hoop included Studio 4 Hoop included

# Classes Location

7:30-8:20pm 9 7:30-8:20pm 9 7:30-8:20pm 9 4:45-5:30pm 8 4:45-5:30pm 8 4:45-5:30pm 8 ** 4 days ** 4 days ** 4 days ** 4 days 4:45-5:30pm 8 4:45-5:35pm 8 4:45-5:35pm 8 12:05-12:50pm 9 12:05-12:50pm 9 12:05-12:50pm 9 12:05-12:50pm 9 3:00-3:45pm 8 3:00-3:45pm 8 3:00-3:45pm 8 12:05-12:50pm 4 12:05-12:50pm 1 12:05-12:50pm 1 12:05-12:50pm 1 12:05-12:50pm 1 see schedule see schedule 7:00-8:20pm 9 6:30-7:50pm 9 7:30-8:50pm 9 9:30-11:30am 1 9:30-11:30am 1 8:30-9:20pm 8

Time(s)

* Plus manual ($110) F Student one term: $89.00; student both terms: $170.00. Member one term: $109.00; member both terms: $170.00 ** 4-9pm & 9am-6:30pm ***Classes will be held during Reading Week.

Dates

Program $65/$79 $65/$79 $65/$79 $79/$95 $79/$95 $79/$95 $275.00* $275.00* $275.00* $275.00* $79/$95 $79/$95 $79/$95 $96/$116 $96/$116 $135/$163 $135/$163 $70/$85 $70/$85 $70/$85 $80/$97 $30/$37 $30/$37 $30/$37 $30/$37 see belowF see belowF $70/$85 $70/$85 $70/$85 $65/$78 $65/$78 $79/$95

Cost

Fitness Schedules

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Lifting thru Breakfast - Adv./1 Lifting thru Breakfast - Ad./2 Lifting thru Breakfast - Adv./3 Lifting thru Breakfast - Adv./4 Lifting thru Lunch - Intro/1 Lifting thru Lunch - Intro/2 Lifting thru Lunch - Intro/3 Lifting thru Lunch - Intro/4 Lifting thru Lunch - Adv./1 Lifting thru Lunch - Adv./2 Lifting thru Lunch - Adv./3 Lifting thru Lunch - Adv./4 Lifting thru Lunch - Adv./5 Lifting thru Lunch - Adv./6 Lifting thru Lunch - Adv./7 Lifting thru Lunch - Adv./8 Lifting thru Lunch - Adv./9 Lifting thru Lunch - Adv./10 Lifting thru Lunch - Adv./11 Lifting thru Dinner- Adv./1 Lifting thru Dinner - Adv./2 Lunch Fit Aerobics/1 Lunch Fit Aerobics/2 Rec. Fitness and Games/1 Rec. Fitness and Games/2 Senior Fit for Life - Intro/1 Senior Fit for Life - Intro/2 Senior Fit for Life - Adv./1 Senior Fit for Life - Adv./2 Senior Fit for Life - Adv./3 Senior Fit for Life - Adv./4

*Classes will be held during Reading Week.

Dates

Sept. 15 - Nov. 5 Nov. 10 - Dec. 17 Jan. 5 - Feb. 25 Mar. 2 - Apr. 22 Sept. 16 - Nov. 6 Nov. 11 - Dec. 18 Jan. 6 - Feb. 26 Mar. 3 - Apr. 28 Sept. 15 - Nov. 5 Sept. 15 - Nov. 5 Sept. 16 - Nov. 6 Nov. 10 - Dec. 17 Nov. 11 - Dec. 18 Jan. 5 - Feb. 25 Jan. 5 - Feb. 25 Jan. 6 - Feb. 26 Mar. 2 - Apr. 22 Mar. 2 - Apr. 22 Mar. 3 - Apr. 28 Jan. 5 - Feb. 25 Mar. 2 - Apr. 22 Sept. 14 - Dec. 7 Jan. 4 - Mar. 29 Sept. 14 - Dec. 7 Jan. 4 - Mar. 29 Oct. 26 - Dec. 17 Jan. 4 - Mar. 1 Sept. 15 - Nov. 6 Nov.10-Dec. 18, Jan. 5-15 Jan. 19- Mar. 12 Mar. 16 - May 11

Program

Day(s)

Tue/Thu Tue/Thu Tue/Thu Tue/Thu Wed/Fri Wed/Fri Wed/Fri Wed/Fri Tue/Thu Tue/Thu Wed/Fri Tue/Thu Wed/Fri Tue/Thu Tue/Thu Wed/Fri Tue/Thu Tue/Thu Wed/Fri Tue/Thu Tue/Thu Mon/Wed/Fri Mon/Wed/Fri Mon/Wed/Fri Mon/Wed/Fri Mon/Thu Mon/Thu Tue/Fri Tue/Fri Tue/Fri Tue/Fri

Time(s) 7:20-8:00am 7:20-8:00am 7:20-8:00am 7:20-8:00am 12:10-12:50pm 12:10-12:50pm 12:10-12:50pm 12:10-12:50pm 12:10-12:50pm 1:10-1:50pm 1:10-1:50pm 1:10-1:50pm 1:10-1:50pm 12:10-12:50pm 1:10-1:50pm 1:10-1:50pm 12:10-12:50pm 1:10-1:50pm 1:10-1:50pm 4:45-5:25pm 4:45-5:25pm 12:05-12:50pm 12:05-12:50pm 12:00-1:00pm 12:00-1:00pm 10:00-11:00am 10:00-11:00am 8:00-9:30am 8:00-9:30am 8:00-9:30am 8:00-9:30am

8 6 8 8 8 6 8 8 8 8 8 6 6 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 36 36 36 36 8 8 8 8 8 8

# Classes

Location

Notes

Varsity Weight Room Varsity Weight Room Studio 4 Studio 4 Varsity Weight Room Varsity Weight Room Studio 4 Studio 4 No class Apr. 2 Varsity Weight Room Varsity Weight Room Varsity Weight Room Varsity Weight Room Varsity Weight Room Studio 4 Studio 4 Studio 4 Studio 4 Studio 4 Studio 4 No class Apr. 2 Studio 4 Studio 4 Lower Studio, PEC No class Oct. 12 Studio 3 No class Feb 15* Bews Gym No class Oct. 12 Gym 1 No class Feb 15* Lower Studio, PEC Studio 2 Lower Studio, PEC Lower Studio, PEC Break for Christmas Studio 2 Studio 2 No class Apr. 2

Cost $130/$157 $110/$133 $130/$157 $130/$157 $130/$157 $110/$133 $130/$157 $130/$157 $130/$157 $130/$157 $130/$157 $110/$133 $110/$133 $130/$157 $130/$157 $130/$157 $130/$157 $130/$157 $130/$157 $130/$157 $130/$157 $120/$145 $120/$145 $110/$133 $110/$133 $99/$119 $99/$119 $99/$119 $99/$119 $99/$119 $99/$119

Fitness Schedules


Notes

$65/$79 $65/$79 $65/$79 $65/$79 $65/$79 $65/$79 $20/$25 $20/$25 $98/$118 $98/$118 $79/$95 $130/$157 Pool No class Oct. 12 Pool Pool No class Feb. 15 & 22 Pool No class Feb. 24 Pool No class Feb. 23 Pool No class Feb. 25 Pool I hour in duration Pool I hour in duration Studio 3 No class Feb. 15, 22 & 24 Studio 2 No class Feb. 23 & 25 Lower Studio, PEC No class Oct. 12 Studio 3 No class Feb. 15, 22 & 24 9 9 9 9 9 9 1 1 8 8 8 8

# Classes Location

Sept. 21 - Nov. 23 Sept. 23 - Nov. 18 Jan. 18 - Mar. 29 Jan. 20 - Mar. 24 Jan. 19 - Mar. 23 Jan. 21 - Mar. 25 February - TBA March - TBA Jan. 18 - Mar. 22 Jan. 19 - Mar. 18 Sept. 21 - Nov. 16 Jan. 18 - Mar. 22 Water Fitness (Shallow)/1 Water Fitness (Shallow)/2 Water Fitness (Shallow)/3 Water Fitness (Shallow)/1 Water Fitness (Deep)/2 Water Fitness (Shallow)/4 Water Running Clinic/1 Water Running Clinic/2 Wild Card Fitness/1 Wild Card Fitness/2 Youth Athlete Training Program Youth Athlete Training Program

Time(s) Day(s)

Mondays Wednesdays Mondays Wednesdays Tuesdays Thursdays Saturday Saturday Mon/Wed Tue/Thu Mondays Mon/Wed

Dates Program

5:45-6:30pm 5:45-6:30pm 5:45-6:30pm 5:45-6:30pm 12:05 - 12:50pm 12:05 - 12:50pm TBA TBA 7:15-8:00am 4:45-5:30pm 3:15-4:30pm 3:15-4:30pm

Cost

Fitness Schedules

Personal Training All of our personal training options are lead by certified, experienced exercise specialists. Each one-on-one exercise session is designed to provide you with professional instruction, monitoring, guidance and support during your exercise program.

Consultation (30mins):

Meet with one of our exercise specialists to determine fitness history, current fitness involvement and desired individual needs and goals and individual program design to reach those goals. Cost: $40.00

Personal Training (1 hour):

One-on-one with an exercise specialist Cost: $50.00 per session

Get Fit! (3 hours):

Three session to a healthier, happier you! Includes a fitness consultation and 2, one-on-one PT sessions. Cost: $95.00

New You 10 Pack (10 hours): Get the most out of consistent training with an exercise specialist. See the results! 10 one-on-one sessions. Cost: Student: $350.00 Member: $450.00 Non-Member: $500.00 If you are interested in one or more of our services, or would like to discuss the options available to you, please contact Tiffany Bambrick at bambrick@queensu.ca or at 613.533.6000 ext. 75012. Personal Training Cancellation Policy: 24 hours notice is required for all cancellations or rescheduled appointments in order to avoid being charged for your session. Clients who do not cancel with 24 hours notice will be charged for the cancelled session. Exceptions will only be made in the case of a medical emergency accompanied by a doctor’s note.

If you need to cancel a session, please call: 613.533.6000 ext. 75393

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Fitness Plus Program NEW! Spin is coming in the New Year!!! This program will allow you to participate in any of the scheduled fitness or spin classes(winter only) on the weekly schedule. Over 20 classes per week will be offered. Space is limited to 40 people per fitness class, and 20 per spin class. 15 week session per term. You must REGISTER for this program. Check the schedule carefully for class times and locations! There will be a modified schedule for Thanksgiving and Reading week. Please check www.gogaelsgo.com for up-to-date schedules. Student/Members: Fall term only: $89 Winter term only: $109 September to April: $170 Non-member: Fall term only: $100 Winter term only: $115 September to April: $195 Drop-in (must be a member): $8.00 per fitness class, $12.00 per spin class. Please pay at the customer service desk prior to the class. Fitness Plus members have priority during any class on the schedule. You must pick up a bracelet at the equipment counter prior to the class. Note: Management reserves the right to alter or cancel any class on the schedule as necessary, without notice. Notice will be given wherever possible.

Free Classes (Fall only) All student, staff, and faculty members are welcome to try Free group fitness classes that are specifically marked classes on the Fitness Plus schedule (6 per week). (Fitness Plus members have priority) You must sign a waiver form, available at customer service, prior to attending any free class. The free classes will alter with each new term to ensure a variety of class types and times are offered. If you decide you want the opportunity to take more classes you can join the Fitness Plus program to enjoy a wider variety of group fitness & spin classes each week. This program structure allows individuals to have weekly recreational opportunities which are so important to a balanced lifestyle.

Free Classes included in your Membership (Starting Winter Session) Specifically marked classes on the Fitness Plus schedule (7 per week) are included in the price of your ARC membership (winter only).

Class Descriptions Cardio Mix

Variety is the key to fitness success! The instructor will lead you through a combination of cardio, strengthening, core work & stretching. Each class is a new experience.

Crazy Step

This challenging aerobic workout will push your combinations & cardio to a new level. Classes may include hand weights &/or utilize one or two steps during the class.

Kardio Kick

A great cardio sweat combining aerobics with boxing & kickboxing jabs, jacks, kicks, skipping & more.

Sculpt & Ab Blast

Work your muscular endurance & strength conditioning with hand weights and bands for a full body workout. Finish it off with an “abs only� blast!

Step & Ab Blast

Get the challenge of step choreography with the cardio burn and finish with a blast to your core and a stretch.

Sculpt & Tone

Use of hand weights, bands, or body weight will increase your strength & endurance while flexibility work will keep you balanced.

Spin

This 45 minute all-level class mixes up strength & interval training to create a fun ride!

Spin Express This 45 minute all-level class packs it all in so that you have an efficient workout similar to the All Terrain class, but the compact version! The pony express of spin classes!

All Terrain Spin

This 75 minute class covers various terrain including flats, hills, includes acceleration drills & recovery. The rider gets both an anaerobic and aerobic workout on this ride!

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Fitness Plus Schedule September 14 to December 20, 2009 Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

7:15 - 8:00am Sculpt & Tone* Lower Studio

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

7:15 - 8:00am Sculpt & Tone Lower Studio 9:35 -10:20am Cardio Mix* Dance Studio

9:35 -10:20am Sculpt & Ab Blast Lower Studio 10:00 - 11:20am Crazy Step Lower Studio

11:35 - 12:20pm Sculpt & Ab Blast Lower Studio 12:35 - 1:20pm Cardio Mix Lower Studio 1:35 - 2:20pm 1:35 -2:20pm Sculpt & Tone* Crazy Step Lower Studio Lower Studio 3:35 - 4:20pm Sculpt & Tone Lower Studio

1:35 - 2:20pm Sculpt & Tone Lower Studio 3:35 - 4:20pm Cardio Mix* Dance Studio

4:35 – 5:20 pm 4:35 – 5:20 pm Sculpt & Ab Blast Step & Ab Blast Dance Studio Lower Studio

4:35 – 5:20 pm Crazy Step Dance Studio

5:45 – 6:35 pm Cardio Mix Lower Studio

5:35 – 6:45 pm Kardio Kick Lower Studio

11:35 -12:20pm Sculpt & Tone* Studio 1 12:35 - 1:20pm 12:35 -1:20pm Cardio Mix Sculpt & Tone Studio 1 Lower Studio 1:35 - 2:20pm 1:35 - 2:20pm Crazy Step Sculpt & Ab Blast Lower Studio Lower Studio 3:35 –4:20pm 3:35 – 4:20pm Cardio Mix Cardio Mix Lower Studio Lower Studio 4:00 - 4:50pm Sculpt & Tone* Dance Studio 4:35 – 5:20 pm 4:35 – 5:20 pm 4:35 – 5:50 pm Kardio Kick Crazy Step Step & Ab Blast Lower Studio Lower Studio Lower Studio

3:30 – 4:20pm Cardio Mix Lower Studio

4:30 – 5:20pm Sculpt & Tone Lower Studio

5:35 – 6:45 pm Sculpt & Ab Blast Lower Studio 8:30 - 9:20pm Sculpt & Ab Blast* Lower Studio

*Free fitness class with membership.

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Fitness Plus Schedule January 4 to April 11, 2010 Monday

Tuesday

6:15 - 7:30am All Terrain Spin Spin Studio

Thursday

6:15 - 7:30am All Terrain Spin Spin Studio 7:15 - 8:00am Sculpt & Tone* Studio 1

9:35 -10:20am Cardio Mix Studio 1

Wednesday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

6:15 - 7:30am All Terrain Spin* Spin Studio 7:15 - 8:00am Sculpt & Tone Studio 1 9:35 -10:20am Cardio Mix* Studio 1 10:00 - 11:15am All Terrain Spin Spin Studio 10:30 – 11:45am Kardio Kick* Studio 1

11:35-12:20pm 11:35 -12:20pm Sculpt & Ab Blast Sculpt & Tone* Studio 1 Studio 1 12:05 - 12:50am 12:05 - 12:50am Spin Express Spin Express Spin Studio Spin Studio 12:35 –1:05pm 12:35–1:20pm 12:35 -1:20pm Cardio Mix Cardio Mix Sculpt & Tone Studio 1 Studio 1 Studio 1 1:35 – 2:20pm 1:35 -2:20pm 1:35 – 2:20pm 1:35-2:20pm 1:35-2:20pm Sculpt & Tone* Crazy Step Sculpt & Tone Crazy Step Sculpt & Ab Blast Studio 1 Studio 1 Studio 1 Studio 1 Studio 1 3:35 – 4:20pm 3:35 –4:20pm 3:35 –4:20pm 3:35 – 4:20pm Sculpt & Tone Kario Kick Cardio Mix Cardio Mix Studio 1 Studio 1 Studio 1 Studio 1 4:35 – 5:20 pm 4:35 – 5:20 pm 4:35 – 5:20 pm 4:35 – 5:20 pm 4:35 – 5:20 pm 4:35 – 5:50 pm Sculpt & Ab Blast Step & Ab Blast Crazy Step Kardio Kick Crazy Step Step & Ab Blast Studio 1 Studio 1 Studio 1 Studio 1 Studio 1 Studio 1 Spin All Terrain Spin Spin Spin Studio Spin Studio Spin Studio 5:45 – 6:35 pm 5:35 – 6:45 pm 5:45 – 6:35 pm 5:35 – 6:45 pm Cardio Mix Kardio Kick Kardio Kick Sculpt & Ab Blast Studio 1 Studio 1 Studio 1 Studio 1 All Terrain Spin Spin Studio 7:00 - 7:45pm Spin* Spin Studio 8:30 - 9:20pm Sculpt & Ab Blast* Studio 4

9:00 - 9:45am Spin Express Spin Studio 10:00 - 11:20am Crazy Step Studio 1

3:30 – 4:20pm Cardio Mix Studio 1 4:30 – 5:20pm Sculpt & Tone Studio 1

*Free fitness class with membership.

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Aquatics/Swimming Lessons Adult Learn to Swim

Swim Kids (minimum age 6 years*)

If you have always wanted to get comfortable in the water and have never gotten started, this is your chance! Learn the basics.

Level 01

Adult Stroke Improvement Want to improve your swimming skills? No better way! Certified instructors will help you become more efficient.

Bronze Cross Certified by the Lifesaving Society. Sessions include both lectures and pool sessions. Books not included. Minimum age 14 years unless otherwise stated. Prerequisite: Current Bronze Medallion and Emergency First Aid.

Bronze Medallion Certified by the Lifesaving Society. Sessions include both lectures and pool sessions. Books not included. This course includes Emergency Aid certification. Minimum age 13 years unless otherwise stated.

Private Swim Lessons Private swim lessons are for one person with one instructor. Classes are 30 minutes in length. Limited spaces available.

NLS Certified by the Lifesaving Society. Your final step in lifeguard certification. Sessions include both lectures and pool sessions. Minimum age 16 years unless otherwise stated. Prerequisite: Bronze Cross and Standard First Aid. Queen’s Recreation reserves the right to alter or cancel any class on the schedule as necessary, without notice. Notice will be given wherever possible. For an up-to-date schedule, please visit our website at www.gogaelsgo.com. *MUST be 6 years old to register for Red Cross Swim Kids.

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Can enter shallow water safely; float and glide on the front and back without assistance; move around in a PFD, perform rhythmic breathing 3 times; can jump into chest deep water, do front and back floats and recover and swim on front for 2 metres

Level 02

Can float/front and back, exhale through mouth and nose, flutter kick while gliding on front and back; swim 5 metres continuously.

Level 03

Deep water activities; can breathe rhythmically 10 times; glides front/back with kick of 5m, and swim 10 metres continuously.

Level 04

Can swim front crawl at least 5 metres, arms recovering above water; and swim 15 metres continuously.

Level 05

Can surface support 45 seconds; swim front crawl at least 10 metres; swim on back with kick 10 metres; swim 25 mtres continuously.

Level 06

Can swim front and back crawl at least 15 metres; perform the whip kick on back at least 5 metres, perform kneeling dive and swim 50 metres continuously.

Level 07

Can swim front crawl and back crawl at least 25 metres; swim coordinated elementary backstroke at least 15 metres; and swim 75 metres continuously.

Level 08

Can swim front crawl and back crawl at least 50 metres; swim elementary backstroke 25 metres; whip kick on front 15 metres; and swim 150 mteres continuously.

Level 09

Can swim front crawl and back crawl at least 75 metres; swim elementary backstroke and breaststroke at least 25 metres; swim head first sculling on back 10 metres; perform a stride jump; swim 300 metres continuously.

Level 10

Can swim front crawl and back crawl at least 100 metres; swim elementary backstroke and breaststroke 25 metres, swim 400 metres continuously.


Aquatics/Swimming Lessons Level

Dates

Day

Time

Session 1 - Fall Term Private Swim Lessons Swim Kids Level 1 Swim Kids Level 2 Swim Kids Level 3 Swim Kids Level 4 Swim Kids Level 5 Swim Kids Level 6 Swim Kids Level 7 Swim Kids Level 8 Swim Kids Level 9/10 Adult Learn to Swim Adult Stroke Improv’t Bronze MedallionQ Bronze CrossQ NLS NLS Recertification

Sept 26-Nov 28* Sept 26-Nov 28* Sept 26-Nov 28* Sept 26-Nov 28* Sept 26-Nov 28* Sept 26-Nov 28* Sept 26-Nov 28* Sept 26-Nov 28* Sept 26-Nov 28* Sept 26-Nov 28* Sept 29-Nov 24 Sept 29-Nov 24 Sept 27-Nov 29* Sept 27-Nov 29** Sept 27-Nov 29* TBA

Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Tuesday Tuesday Sunday Sunday Sunday TBA

TBD 10:15-10:45am 10:15-10:45am 10:15-10:45am 10:15-10:45am 10:00-10:45am 9:15-10:00am 9:15-10:15am 9:15-10:15am 9:15-10:15am 1:30-2:30pm 1:30-2:30pm 3:30-6:30pm 3:30-6:30pm 2:30-6:30pm TBA

9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9

$110.00 $50.00 $50.00 $50.00 $50.00 $55.00 $55.00 $60.00 $60.00 $60.00 $90.00 $90.00 $130.00 $140.00 $200.00 $60.00

Session 2 - Winter Term Bronze Medallion Swim Kids Level 1 Swim Kids Level 2 Swim Kids Level 3 Swim Kids Level 4 Swim Kids Level 5 Swim Kids Level 6 Swim Kids Level 7 Swim Kids Level 8 Swim Kids Level 9/10 Private Swim Lessons Adult Learn to Swim Adult Stroke Improv’t Bronze Cross

Jan 23-Apr 10 Jan 23-Mar 27 Jan 23-Mar 27 Jan 23-Mar 27 Jan 23-Mar 27 Jan 23-Mar 27 Jan 23-Mar 27 Jan 23-Mar 27 Jan 23-Mar 27 Jan 23-Mar 27 Jan 23-Mar 27 Jan 26-Mar 30 Jan 26-Mar 30 Jan 23-April 10

Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Tuesday Tuesday Saturday

9:00am-12:00pm 10:15-10:45am 10:15-10:45am 10:15-10:45am 10:15-10:45am 10:00-10:45am 9:15-10:00am 9:15-10:15am 9:15-10:15am 9:15-10:15am TBD 2:30-3:30pm 2:30-3:30pm 9:00am-12:00pm

9 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 7 9 9 9

$130.00 $45.00 $45.00 $45.00 $45.00 $50.00 $50.00 $55.00 $55.00 $55.00 $90.00 $90.00 $90.00 $140.00

Session 3 - Winter Term Bronze Medallion Bronze Cross Swim Kids Level 1 Swim Kids Level 2 Swim Kids Level 3 Swim Kids Level 4 Swim Kids Level 5 Swim Kids Level 6 Swim Kids Level 7 Swim Kids Level 8 Swim Kids Level 9/10 Private Swim Lessons Adult Learn to Swim Adult Stroke Improv’t

Jan 24-April 10* Jan 24-April 10* Jan 24-Mar 28 Jan 24-Mar 28 Jan 24-Mar 28 Jan 24-Mar 28 Jan 24-Mar 28 Jan 24-Mar 28 Jan 24-Mar 28 Jan 24-Mar 28 Jan 24-Mar 28 Jan 24-Mar 28 Jan 28-April 1 Jan 28-April 1

Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday Thursday Thursday

9:00am-12:00pm 9:00am-12:00pm 10:15-10:45am 10:15-10:45am 10:15-10:45am 10:15-10:45am 10:00-10:45am 9:15-10:00am 9:15-10:15am 9:15-10:15am 9:15-10:15am TBD 2:30-3:30pm 2:30-3:30pm

9 9 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 7 9 9

$130.00 $130.00 $45.00 $45.00 $45.00 $45.00 $50.00 $50.00 $55.00 $55.00 $55.00 $90.00 $90.00 $90.00

Session 4 - Winter Term Bronze MedallionQ Bronze CrossQ NLS NLS Recertification

Jan 24-April 10* Jan 24-April 10* Jan 24-April 10* TBA

Sunday Sunday Sunday TBA

3:30-6:30pm 3:30-6:30pm 2:30-6:30pm TBA

9 9 9 9

$130.00 $140.00 $200.00 $60.00

Q Queen’s students only; * no class on Saturday, October 10; No classes during Reading Week: February 20-28

# Lessons

Price

** no class of Sunday, October 11

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Aquatics/Swimming Lessons Winter Term Level

Dates

Day

Time

# Lessons

Price

6:00-6:30pm 6:00-6:30pm 6:00-6:30pm 6:00-6:30pm 6:00-6:45pm 6:45-7:30pm 6:30-7:30pm 6:30-7:30pm 6:30-7:30pm TBD 6:00-7:00pm 6:00-7:00pm 6:00-9:00pm 6:00-9:00pm 6:00-10:00pm

9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 8 9 9 9 9 9

$50.00 $50.00 $50.00 $50.00 $55.00 $55.00 $60.00 $60.00 $60.00 $100.00 $90.00 $90.00 $140.00 $130.00 $200.00

Session 5 - Winter Term Swim Kids Level 1 Jan 27-March 31 Wednesday Swim Kids Level 2 Jan 27-March 31 Wednesday Swim Kids Level 3 Jan 27-March 31 Wednesday Swim Kids Level 4 Jan 27-March 31 Wednesday Swim Kids Level 5 Jan 27-March 31 Wednesday Swim Kids Level 6 Jan 27-March 31 Wednesday Swim Kids Level 7 Jan 27-March 31 Wednesday Swim Kids Level 8 Jan 27-March 31 Wednesday Swim Kids Level 9/10 Jan 27-March 31 Wednesday Private Swim Lessons Jan 27-March 31 Wednesday Adult Learn to Swim Jan 27-March 31 Wednesday Adult Stroke Improv’t Jan 27-March 31 Wednesday Bronze Cross Jan 27-March 31 Wednesday Bronze Medallion Jan 27-March 31 Wednesday NLS Jan 27-March 31 Wednesday NOTE: No classes during Reading Week: February 20-28

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Winter & March Break Camps Winter Camp & March Break Camp Come and join in the fun during your Christmas Break & March Break. This active camp includes lots of games, sports and activity. A daily swim is included. This camp is for children ages 5 and up.

March Break Camp

March 15 – March 19, 2009 8:30 – 4:30pm daily

Winter Camp

December 21, 22, 28, 29, 30, 2009 8:30 – 4:30pm daily

Camp Cost: Full Week: $170.00 Early Bird : $160 (before Dec. 1 for Winter Camp; before Feb. 1, 2010 for March Break Camp) Daily: $50.00

Before and After Camp Care Early Care: 7:30 – 8:30am Late Care: 4:45 – 5:45pm Fees: Full Week (before and after) $25.00 Full Week (before OR after only) $15.00

How to Register: 1. ONLINE: FREE and EASY at www.gogaelsgo.com 2. FAX: 613 533-6478 3. IN PERSON: 69 Union Street (see building hours at the front of brochure) 4. MAIL: Queen’s Camps, Attention: Customer Service 69 Union Street Kingston, ON K7L 3N6 5. PHONE: 613 533-2500 Registration forms can be found online, at the PEC or in this booklet. 45


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Queen’s Recreational Program Registration Form Please use a separate form for each participant and each program. Please print clearly! Name of Program: _____________________________________________________________ Start Date: __________________ End Date: ___________________ Time:________________ Price: ________________________________ Cheque: ________________________ Credit Card #__________________________ Expiry Date: _____________________ Name of Participant: _____________________________________________ Gender: M F Age: _______________ (Required for Red Cross Swim Kids and Fencing programs.) Address: ________________________________________________________________________ No. Street Apt.# City Province Postal Code Home telephone number: ____________________________ Student/Staff Number: __________________ Email address: _____________________________

Assumption of Risk

I, the undersigned, am of full age and wish to participate in the above program in Queen’s University Instructional Program. I acknowledge that this program involves light to vigorous exercise, that I am responsible to ascertain whether I am physically fit or otherwise to participate in this program, and that consultation with my family physician, prior to participation, is recommended by Queen’s University. In consideration of Queen’s University permitting me to participate in this program, I hereby agree to assume all risks involved in this program and do hereby waive and release any and all rights against Queen’s University, its employees and agents, as a result of my participation in this program.

Participant’s Signature: _______________________________________

Parent/Guardian Consent

I, the undersigned, the parent/guardian of the above named child, do hereby consent to this child’s participation in the above mentioned program. I acknowledge that participation in this program involves the possibility of injury. I am aware of no physical, or other reasons, why this child should not participate in this program. I hereby agree to waive and release any and all rights against Queen’s University, its employees and agents, for any and all causes of action that may arise other than by the negligence of Queen’s University, its employees and agents, as a result of participation in this program.

Parent/Guardian Signature: _____________________________________

Protection of Personal Information

The personal information we collect from you on this form is used for the following purposes: confirmation of eligibility, waiver of stated rights and registration purposes only. The information is held for one year after of the date on the registration from, and protected from misuse by appropriate security measures. By signing this form you are consenting to your information being used for the above stated purposes.

Refund Policy

Full refunds will be issued (less an administration fee) up to three (3) working days prior to the start date of the program. Administration fee for camps is $50, all other programs is $8. Following this, no refunds will be issued. Exceptions to this policy will only be made for medical reasons.

Send To:

Queen’s Recreation, Physical Education Centre, Queen’s University, Kingston, ON, K7L 3N6 Fax: 613-533-6478

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Queen’s Camp Registration Form Please use a separate form for each participant and each camp. Please print clearly! Name of Camp: _____________________________________________________________ Start Date: ____________ End Date: _____________ Attended previous Queen’s Camp: Y N Price: ___________ Form will not be processed without payment. Cash Cheque Debit (circle one) Credit Card #________________________________ Expiry Date: _____________________ Name of Participant: _____________________________________________ Gender: M F Age: _______________ Birthdate: _______________Grade:_______________Swim Level_______ (as of camp start date)

Day

Month

Year

(at time of registration)

Address: ________________________________________________________________________ No. Street Apt.# City Province Postal Code General Contact: __________________________________________________________________

Name

Relationship

Daytime Phone Number

Email

In Case of Emergency:______________________________________________________________ First Contact Name Daytime Phone Number Secondary Contact:________________________________________________________________ First Contact Name Daytime Phone Number Health Card #: __________________________ Family Doctor: _____________________________ Manditory

Family Dentist: _____________________________

SPORTS CAMP ONLY - must be 8 years old by first day of camp session! 1.____________________________ 2._____________________________ 3.______________________________ You may list friends you would like to be grouped with. We will try to accommodate your requests, however there is no guarantee that we will be able to do so. Please request in advance to eliminate a hassle on the first day of camp for everyone.

Parent/Guardian Consent

I, the undersigned, the parent/guardian of the above named child, do hereby consent to this child’s participation in the above mentioned program. I acknowledge that participation in this program involves the possibility of injury. I am aware of no physical, or other reasons, why this child should not participate in this program. I hereby agree to waive and release any and all rights against Queen’s University, its employees and agents, for any and all causes of action that may arise other than by the negligence of Queen’s University, its employees and agents, as a result of participation in this program.

Parent/Guardian Signature: ________________________________________

Photos

From time to time we take pictures of activities at camp. These pictures may or may not include your child. These pictures are used for promotional purposes (in print advertising, on our website, etc). By signing this form you are consenting to your child being photographed and being used for any of the above stated purposes.

Protection of Personal Information

The personal information we collect from you on this form is used for the following purposes: confirmation of eligibility, waiver of stated rights and registration purposes only. The information is held for one year after of the date on the registration from, and protected from misuse by appropriate security measures. By signing this form you are consenting to your information being used for the above stated purposes.

Refund Policy

Full refunds will be issued (less an administration fee) up to three (3) working days prior to the start date of the program. Administration fee for camps is $50, all other programs is $8. Following this, no refunds will be issued. Exceptions to this policy will only be made for medical reasons.

Send To: Queen’s Recreation, Physical Education Centre, Queen’s University, Kingston, ON,

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K7L 3N6

Fax: 613-533-6478



Queen's University - Recreation Fall-Winter Guide 2009-10