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DIRECTORY

UCSB Department of Recreation

RECESS Take a Break with the Department of Recreation. p17

DISCOVER YOUR ADVENTURE Rent camping gear, surfboards, and more! p15

GROUP FITNESS HEALTH & WELLNESS PERSONAL TRAINING & SPORT MANAGEMENT Get Certified with ESS. p11

FIND YOUR FIT

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Arts & Crafts

Pottery ............................................. p. 2 Weaving ........................................... p. 2

Certification Classes

CPR-FPR/AED .................................. p. 2 First Aid ............................................ p. 2 Title 22 ............................................. p. 2 Water Safety Instructor ............... p. 3 Health Coach Certification Prep Course ................................... p. 3 Lifeguard Training ......................... p. 3 Personal Trainer Certification Prep Course ................................... p. 3

TABLE OF CONTENTS Exercise & Well Being

Accupressure ................................. p. 4 Beach Body Workout ................... p. 5 Chair Pilates .................................... p. 5 Foundation Training ..................... p. 5 Group Cycling ................................. p. 8 Jump Rope For Fitness ................. p. 5 Massage .......................................... p. 5 Meditation ....................................... p. 5 Pilates ............................................... p. 5 Water Fitness ................................. p. 5 Wellness & Fitness Institute ........................................... p. 9 Yoga .................................................. p. 5 Yoga Nights ..................................... p. 6

General Interest

About the Cover & Map ............................................ p. 16 Alumni Softball Tournament ................................. p. 17 American Sign Language ............. p. 6 ESS Certification .......................... p. 11 Locker & Equipment Rentals ........................................... p. 17 Rec Cen Hours ............................... p. 9 RECess ........................................... p. 17 Rules & More Info ......................... p. 8 Tasting Wine ................................... p. 6

Music

Brazilian Batucada Drumming ....................................... p. 7 Guitar ............................................... p. 7 Mandolin ......................................... p. 7 Persian Percussion ....................... p. 7

Children’s Programs

Capoeira .......................................... p. 8 Swim Lessons ................... Back Cover Summer Camps ............... Back Cover

Gaucho Pulse

Bootcamps ................................... p. 10 Faculty/Staff Wellness & Fitness ..................... p. 10 Game Changer Programs ...................................... p. 10 Targeted Group Personal Training ........................ p. 10

Martial Arts & Self Defense Dance

Afro-Brazilian Dance ..................... p. 3 Ballet ................................................ p. 3 Belly Dance ..................................... p. 4 Bollywood Dance .......................... p. 4 Brazilian Dance Workout ............. p.4 Breakdance .................................... p. 4 Contemporary Dance .................. p. 4 Cotillion Dance ............................... p. 4 Hip-Hop Dance .............................. p. 4 Hoop Dance ................................... p. 4 Salsa Dance .................................... p. 4 Samba .............................................. p. 4 Swing & Latin Ballroom Basics ............................. p. 4

Aikido ............................................... p. 6 Art of Changing Energy ................ p. 6 Capoeira .......................................... p. 6 Filipino Kali & Eskrima .................. p. 6 Kajukenbo Chaun Fa .................... p. 7 Kendo ............................................... p. 7 Ki Development Training ............. p. 7 Kickboxing Muay Thai .................. p. 7 Tae Kwon Do .................................. p. 7

Sports

Fencing ............................................ p. 8 Indoor Rowing ................................ p. 8 Intramurals ................................... p. 11 Tennis .............................................. p. 8

Adventure Programs

Aerial Skills ..................................... p. 12 Canyoneering................................ p. 12 Gaucho Gauntlet ........................ p. 17 Kayaking ........................................ p. 13 Rock Climbing .............................. p. 13 Surf/Stand Up Paddling ............ p. 12 SCUBA ........................................... p. 12 Trips ............................................... p. 14

GEAR RENTALS Adventure Programs has everything you need for your next weekend getaway. p. 15

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GAUCHO REC

CERTIFICATION CLASSES Lifeguard Training Certification

RECREATION & EXERCISE CLASSES

Bobbi Houghton

(Previously Leisure Review Classes)

These classes are for recreational purposes only; you can learn a new skill, fine tune an old one, or simply keep in shape. There are no pressures, exams or grades - just relax and enjoy! Classes meet once or twice weekly. All GauchoREC classes are open to UCSB students, faculty, staff, alumni, affiliates and community members. Holidays have been taken into consideration and most class dates have been extended to provide makeup sessions.

Classes do not meet May 23 - 25. UCSB students are eligible for a reduced fee. In order to receive the student rate, be sure you use your uMail address when you log in to your online account. All UCSB BARC fees for the quarter must be paid. More info about class fees, locations, refunds, transfers, and parking can be found on page 8.

ARTS & CRAFTS

Pottery

Weaving

Dane Venaas

Julia Ford

Beginner

Learn the basic techniques of potter’s wheels, coiling/slab construction, mask making, and glaze applications. Rec Cen 1514 | $65/$69** 7446 M: 2-4PM (4/6-6/1) 7445 T: 7-9PM (4/7-5/26) 7447 W: 2-4PM (4/8-5/27) 7448 W: 7-9PM (4/8-5/27)

Intermediate Dane Venaas

Students with previous potter’s wheel or hand building experience can expand on their skills to create functional and aesthetic pottery. Rec Cen 1514 | $75/$105** 7455 R: 7-9PM (4/9-5/28)

Advanced

Dane Venaas

West Campus Kiln | $75/$105** 7456 S: 1-4PM (4/11-6/6)

Drop-In

Dane Venaas

Registration (separate from classes) guarantees designated times for studio access to learn and practice pottery fundamentals. Rec Cen 1514 | $45/$60** 7457 T: 2-4:30PM (4/7-5/26) 7458 R: 2-4:30PM (4/9-5/28) 7459 F:1:30-4PM (4/10-5/29)

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Beginning

Learn the art of floor loom handweaving and complete your own hand-crafted textile. Rob Gym 2227 | $140/$145** 7460 M: 5:30-8:30PM (4/6-6/1) 7461 W: 5:30-8:30PM (4/8-5/27)

Title 22 Recertification Bobbi Houghton

**Plus $35 materials fee. No firing outside work, no outside clay, no commercial production, 2.5 cu ft of firing included. Additional Clay: $10/25lbs. Additional firing: $10 per cubic foot, up to 8 cu ft. Advanced Pottery prerequisite previous classes required or permission by instructor.

CERTIFICATION CLASSES

CPR-FPR/AED

CPR-FPR/AED

Professional Rescuer teaches responses to bleeding and soft tissue and muscular skeletal injuries in adults, children, and infants. The course also covers how to use an AED on an adult or child victim of cardiac arrest, and how to use personal protective equipment to stop the spread of diseases. Rob Gym 1410 | $125/$129 7462 S: 8AM-1PM (4/25)

Bobbi Houghton

Bobbi Houghton

Recertification

Students can renew their CPR-AED/ FPR certification by passing the written and practical exams in this class. Rob Gym 1410 | $95/$99 7463 S: 11:30-1:30PM (4/25)

First Aid

Bobbi Houghton

Lectures, demonstrations, hands-on training, and practice videos are combined to teach participants to recognize and respond to shock, bleeding, soft tissue and muscular skeletal injuries for adults, children and infants. Rob Gym 1410 | $60/$64 7464 SUN:1-4PM (4/26)

Title 22

Bobbi Houghton

This course will train you to meet the first aid requirement for “Title 22” of the California State Health and Safety Code specified for lifeguards, sheriff and other public safety personnel. Valid for 3 years. Rec Cen 1501 | $185/$189 7465 TFSUN: 6-10PM (4/7, 4/10, 4/12)

This is a challenge test-out for those who have taken the full Title 22 class in the past. Rec Cen 1501 | $140/$145 7466 SUN: 6-10PM (4/12)

Water Safety Instructor (WSI) Bobbi Houghton

This course will teach the fundamentals needed for all levels of swimming instruction. WSI certification is often required to teach swimming lessons and for summer employment at camps, athletic clubs and recreation departments. Attendance at all 7 class meetings is mandatory for certification. Students should be proficient swimmers. Rec Cen 2301 (4/11) S: 9-4PM Rec Cen 1114 (4/14-16, 21-23) TWR:6-10PM 7597 | $190/$194

Health Coach Certification Prep Course

The American Red Cross (ARC) Lifeguarding course provides entry-level lifeguard and lifeguard candidates with the knowledge and skills to prevent, recognize, and respond to aquatic emergencies. Swimming ability required; swim prerequisite details on website. Upon course completion, participants receive ARC Lifeguard Training and ARC CPR certificates (both valid for two years). Attendance to one of the CPR/First Aid classes offered during the quarter is mandatory for certification. (CPR/First Aid class fee included in the course fee) See Dates & Times | $195/$199 7467 S: 9-4PM (4/18) Rec Cen Pool +SUN: 9-4PM (4/19) Rec Cen 2128 +S: 8-4PM (4/25) Rob Gym 1410 +SUN: 9-4PM (4/26) Rec Cen Pool +S: 9-1PM (5/2) Rec Cen Pool

Lifeguard Training Recertification Bobbi Houghton

This course is for individuals who need to renew their Lifeguard Training certification. Must be Lifeguard Training certified within the past 4 years Rob Gym 1410 / Rec Cen Pool | $155/$159 7468 S: 11:30-1:30PM (4/25) Rob Gym 1410, +S: 9-1PM (5/2) Rec Cen Pool

Personal Trainer Certification Prep Course Amy Jamieson

The only nationally recognized NASM personal training certification prep course in Santa Barbara. This course covers exercise science, theory, and fitness program development. Labs focus on practical application, fitness assessment, exercise development and program implementation. Rec Cen 2103/ Rob Gym 1430 | $185/$195 7470 TR: 1-1:50PM (4/7-5/28)

DANCE Afro-Brazilian Dance Mariano Silva

Dances explored in this versatile class include samba, pagode, samba reggae, axé, and afro-contemporary. Rob Gym 2120 | $44/$48 7471 T: 6-7PM (4/7-5/26)

Ballet I

Introduction

Diana Replogle-Purinton

This enriching course will teach basic ballet vocabulary, including the fivepositions of the feet and arms, as well as emphasize proper placement and correct turnout execution. Rob Gym 1430 | $44/$48 7472 T: 7-8:10PM (4/7-5/26) 7473 F: 6:10-7:20PM (4/10-5/29)

Ballet II

Experienced

Diana Replogle-Purinton

This challenging and rewarding class will expand students’ ballet knowledge and vocabulary, combining work at the barre and centre to strengthen feet, body, turnout, extension, and control. Rob Gym 1430 | $44/$48 7475 T: 8:15-9:25PM (4/7-5/26) 7474 F: 7:30-8:40PM (4/10-5/29)

Amy Jamieson/Brenda Lear

The health coaching field applies knowledge of emotional, behavioral, physical, nutritional, exercise, and lifestyle factors for coaches to assist clients in meeting their lifestyle and weight-management goals. Rec Cen 2103/1502 | $185/$195 7469 TR: 11-11:50AM (4/7-4/28)

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DANCE

EXERCISE & WELL BEING

Belly Dance

Salsa Dance

Beach Body Workout

Meditation

Cris! Basimah

Hector Sanchez

Tone, Strengthen and Shape your beach body! Full of cardio, strength and core intervals that will help you get lean and strong this summer. Don¹t miss out on this high energy, fun in the sun workout! Campus Point | $44/$48 7490 F: 12:10-12:50 PM (4/10-5/29)

Slow down and take time for you. Reconnect with your body, mind, and spirit through guided meditations to engage in more mindful living. Please wear comfortable clothing. Bring water to every class and a cushion or blanket to sit on. Rob Gym 1410 | $44/$48 7495 M: 8:50-9:50pm (4/6-6/1)

Introduction

Beginning

This beginner class will introduce Drum Solo techniques, focusing on fast and sharp movements with basic concepts of body isolations (hips, shoulders, head, and chest). Students will also learn how to play finger cymbals (also known as zills or segat). Rob Gym 2320 | $44/$48 7476 M: 6:30-7:45PM (4/6-6/1)

Beginners learn timing, rhythm, partnering, connection, and a series of turns and patterns in this fun class taught in an atmosphere that prepares students for social dancing. Rob Gym 2320 | $44/$48 7485 R: 7:30-8:45PM (4/9-5/28)

Intermediate/Advanced Hector Sanchez

Bollywood Dance

This is an intermediate class for those who know salsa basics, such as basic step, natural turn, and cross-body leads. Rob Gym 2320 | $44/$48 7486 R: 6-7:15PM (4/9-5/28)

Nishitha Viswanathan

Come learn the basics of this highly energetic dance form and get a taste of Indian culture- Bollywood style! Rob Gym 1430 | $44/$48 7477 SUN: 5:30-6:30PM (4/12-6/7)

Samba

Mariano Silva

Brazilian Dance Workout

Explore movements and rhythms from different regions of Brazil, with emphasis on the rich cultures and traditions behind each movement. Rob Gym 2320 | $44/$48 7487 M: 4:30-5:30PM (4/6-6/1)

Mariano Silva

Dance your way into shape to the rhythms and tunes of Brazil, featuring samba, bossa nova, axé, and sambareggae. No experience necessary! Rob Gym 2320 | $44/$48 7479 W: 4:30-5:30PM (4/8-5/27)

Breakdance Steven Hu

This introductory class will focus on foundational components such as footwork, top rocking, freezes, and power moves, as well as the cultural background behind the dance. Rob Gym 1410 | $44/$48 7478 T: 6-7PM (4/7-5/26)

Contemporary Dance Kelsie Jeffords

Learn and develop techniques in lyrical and contemporary movement. Rob Gym 1430 | $44/$48 7480 R: 8:30-9:30PM (4/9-5/28)

Cotillion Dance Instructors Vary

Learn ballroom, latin, and nightclub dances for social and competitive dancing from the Cotillion Dance Club members. Beginner friendly lessons with opportunities for intermediate and advanced dancers. New dances every week, join at any time! Rob Gym 2120/Rob Gym 2320 | $22/$48 7481 T: 9:30-10:50PM R: 9-10:50PM (4/7-5/28)

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Justin Willis

Foundation Training Patrick Hackney

Through active standing and moving postures, foundation training greatly improves muscular strength, postural alignment, and movement performance by aligning and firing core muscles. Rob Gym 1410 | $44/$48 7491 T: 3:30-4:30PM (4/7-5/26)

Jump Rope For Fitness Savanna Beeson / Sierra Beeson / Summer Beeson / Nate Kroll-Goldschlag A jump rope workout class open to all skill levels, designed to improve cardiovascular and physical strength through a full body work. Rob Gym 2120 | $44/$48 7492 R: 5:45-6:45PM (4/9-5/28)

Massage

Mary Jeanne Ernst (T)/ Vanessa Simpson (M)

Hip-Hop Dance Cristian Gasgonia

Learn a new and unique piece of hiphop choreography each week. Rob Gym 2320 | $44/$48 7482 T: 9-10:15PM (4/7-5/26)

Hoop Dance Beginning

Katelyn Carano

Gain a stronger core, sense of timing, and rhythm while learning basic hoop tricks and flow. Hooping trains the mind as well as the body. Rob Gym 2320 | $44/$48 7483 T: 7:45-8:45PM (4/7-5/26)

Intermediate/Advanced Katelyn Carano

Geared toward experienced hoopers learning and refining tosses, body rolls, advanced tricks, and partner moves. Rob Gym 2320 | $44/$48 7484 W: 7:15-8:15PM (4/8-5/27)

Swing & Latin Ballroom Basics Steve Carlan

Learn elementary and intermediate swing dancing steps (such as swing, lindy hop, and the charleston) and latin ballroom dancing (such as cha-cha, and rumba). Rob Gym 2320 | $44/$48 7488 T: 6:15-7:30PM (4/7-5/26)

EXERCISE & WELL BEING Accupressure Vanessa Simpson

Learn to apply pressure to accupoints for many different purposes, such as alleviating pain, tension, headaches, and stress. Rob Gym 1410 | $44/$48 7489 W: 7:15-8:45PM (4/8-5/27)

In this fun and relaxing class, students will learn different massage techniques to improve muscular function, circulation, detoxification, relaxation, digestion, and over-all vitality. Rob Gym 1410 | $44/$48 7493 T: 7:30-9PM (4/7-5/26) 7596 M: 4:30-6PM (4/6-6/1) 7494 M: 7:15-8:45PM (4/6-6/1)

Vanessa Simpson

Chair Pilates Sculpt

Ryan Gage

A fusion of strengthening, toning, and core stabilizing moves that target every muscle group using the resistance pedal of the chair and hand weights. All levels are welcome. Rob Gym 1410 | $80/$84 7496 M: 6:15-7PM (4/6-6/1)

Flex and Flow Ryan Gage

Challenge your body to find balance between flow and breath with precision and strength. Learn to move mindfully with fluid transitions between positions. Previous chair pilates experience is highly recommended. Rob Gym 1410 | $80/$84 7497 W: 6:15-7PM (4/8-5/27)

Pilates Mat

Sara Guthrie

A non-impact system of exercise using only body weight and gravity. Focused on the deep muscles of the abdomen and spine to tone, strengthen, and lengthen the entire body. Reduce stress and tension, and leave feeling refreshed. Rob Gym 1410 | $50/$54 7498 T: 5-5:50PM (4/7-5/26) 7499 R: 5-5:50PM (4/9-5/28)

Pilates Yoga Fusion Sara Guthrie

This class will fuse the challenge of a strengthening and conditioning Mat Pilates class with the gentle yet deep stretching of a flowing yoga series. Workouts are versatile and effective for all ages and fitness levels. Rob Gym 1410 | $50/$54 7500 T: 12:10-1PM (4/7-5/26) 7501 F: 12:10-1PM (4/10-5/29)

Water Fitness Debbie Miles-Dutton

A challenging water workout set to music and designed to enhance cardiovascular fitness and muscular strength. All fitness levels and swimming abilities are welcome. Rec Cen Pool | $50/$54 7502 MWF: 12:10-12:50PM (4/6-6/1)

Yoga

Hatha, Mainstream Jasmine Kova

This course is focused on alignment, creating a deeper understanding of asana, and understanding its connection to breath. Well rounded and accessible to all levels and ages. Rob Gym 1410 | $44/$48 7508 W: 12-1:30PM (4/8-5/27)

Mindful Powerful Lunch Kendall Hassemer

Strengthen your body, stretch your muscles, and quiet your mind. Rob Gym 1430 | $44/$48 7513 T: 11-11:50AM (4/7-5/26)

Vinyasa/Power Flow Deb Dobbin

This Vinyasa course is designed to open students’ hearts and energize their bodies. Rec Cen Pavilion Gym | $44/$48 7507 T: 5:15-6:45PM (4/7-5/26)

Vinyasa/Energetic Flow Nicole De Leon

Rediscover wisdom and happiness by utilizing inner strength. Each class will begin with traditional hatha yoga poses and steadily move into an energetic array of creative and challenging poses. Rob Gym 1430 | $44/$48 7506 W: 7-8:15PM (4/8-5/22) 7509 R: 7-8:15PM (4/9-5/28)

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EXERCISE & WELL BEING

MARTIAL ARTS & SELF DEFENSE

Yoga

Aikido

Kendall Hassemer

Steve Ota

Strong and Stretchy A gentle, yet strength building, hatha vinyasa class with longer holds and an emphasis on prolonged, soothing stretches at the end of the session. There will be options for different levels of challenge and experience. Rec Cen Pavilion Gym | $44/$48 7510 R: 5:15-6:30 PM

Strong and Powerful Kendall Hassemer

Strengthen your body, stretch your muscles, and quiet your mind. Rec Cen Pavilion Gym | $44/$48 7511 M: 7-8:30PM (4/6-6/1)

Yoga

Rec Cen Pavilion Gym | $44/$48 7504 M: 5:15-6:30PM (4/6-6/1)

Yoga

Rec Cen Pavilion Gym | $44/$48 7505 W: 5:15-6:30PM (4/8-5/27)

GENERAL INTEREST American Sign Language

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Steve Ota

For continuing Aikido students. Must have instructor’s permission to enroll. Rob Gym 2120 | $44/$48 7519 MW: 7-8PM (4/6-6/1)

Art of Changing Energy

Methods of Self Defense Paul Cassidy

This is a fast-paced self-defense course taught in a fun, safe, and encouraging atmosphere. Focused on a combination of energy movement and mindset for basic to intermediate martial arts techniques. Rob Gym 2120 | $44/$48 7520 T: 8:15-9:15PM (4/7-5/26)

A Brazilian martial art that combines elements of dance, acrobatics, and music for a fun, challenging, and truly effective workout that emphasizes coordination, balance, flexibility, strength, and endurance. See Date and Times for Location | $44/$48 7521 T: 7:05-8:05PM (4/7-5/26) Rob Gym 2120 7522 R: 3:15-4:15 PM (4/9-5/28) Rob Gym 2320

Course content will include perspectives on deafness, vocabulary, basic sentence structure, negation, and finger spelling. The goal of this course is to give students exposure to ASL and deaf culture. Rec Cen 1501 | $44/$48 7516 W: 5:30-6:50PM (4/8-5/27)

This course is designed for students with a basic background in ASL. Course content will focus on conversational ASL and deaf culture and history. Rec Cen 1501 | $44/$48 7517 W: 7-8:20PM (4/8-5/27)

Intermediate/Advanced

Mariano Silva

Eric Brody

Eric Brody

Aikido is a defensive martial art that uses rhythm, timing, and evasive maneuvers to redirect an attacker’s force and apply a joint lock, throw, or pinning technique. This style of Aikido, known as ‘Ki’ Aikido stresses the development of relaxation, calmness, and coordination of mind and body. Rob Gym 2120 | $44/$48 7518 MW: 8-9PM (4/6-6/1)

Capoeira

Level 1

Level 2

Beginning

Tasting Wine Edouard Giessinger

Experience a wide range of wines (dry, medium dry, fruity wines, and ports) and techniques for the enjoyment of tasting. You must be at least 21 years of age to enroll in this class. Register in person at the Rec Center Cashier’s Office. Bring a 6-8oz. wine glass, pen, paper, and bread or crackers. Rec Cen 1501 | $70/$74 7514 R: 5:15-7:15PM (4/9-5/14) 7515 R: 7:15-9:15PM (4/9-5/14)

Filipino Kali & Eskrima Kristi Holm

A weapons-based martial art teaching practical self-defense through striking (kicking and punching), grappling, and ground-fighting. All levels welcome. Rob Gym 2120 | $44/$48 7523 SUN: 12-2PM (4/12-6/7)

MARTIAL ARTS & SELF DEFENSE Kajukenbo Chaun Fa Matthew Pullitzer

An eclectic blend of five Asian martial arts: Ka (Karate), Ju (Judo and Jujitsu), Ken (Kenpo), and Bo (Chinese Boxing). Learn techniques against modern and classical weapons, grappling, striking skills, and protection. Rob Gym 2120 | $44/$48 7524 SUN: 10-12PM (4/12-6/7)

Kendo

Tadao Hashimoto

This beginner’s course covers basic Reigi (etiquette, respectfulness, appreciation), footwork, posture, and forms of striking. Additional $30 material fee for a Bamboo sword. Rob Gym 2320 | $44/$48 7525 S: 1:30-3PM (4/11-6/6)

Ki Development Training Steve Ota

Lead a positive and successful life, develop deeper self-control, improve awareness, and perform at a higher level by applying ki principles to your daily life. This class will develop skills through breathing, meditation, and ki development exercises. Rob Gym 1410 | $44/$48 7526 S: 5-7PM (4/11-6/6)

Kickboxing Muay Thai John Patelzick

Gain power, speed, timing, and footwork through a range of drills incorporating kicks, punches, knees, elbows, and sweeps. Events Center | $44/$48 7527 M: 7-9PM (4/6-6/6) 7528 T: 7-9PM (4/7-5/26) 7529 W: 7-9PM (4/8-5/27)

Tae Kwon Do Jonathan Morrow-Jones

A traditional martial art form featuring an extensive repertoire of kicks and hand techniques that offers physical and mental conditioning, practical selfdefense ability, and the challenge and freedom of creative self-expression. Rob Gym 2320/2120 | $44/$48 7530 W/SUN: 6-7PM (4/8-5/31)

MUSIC Brazilian Batucada Drumming Mariano Silva

An African influenced percussive style with popular Brazilian rhythms from bands such as Olodum, Timbalada, and Ile Aiye. Class incorporates Brazilian percussive instruments including timbaus, repiniques, surdos, agogo bells, and tambourines. Rob Gym 1410 | $44/$48 7535 W: 3:30-4:20PM (4/8-5/27)

Guitar Beginner Steve Miles

This class is designed for beginners with an emphasis on having fun, learning basic chords, and progression. Bring a guitar to class. Rec Cen 2128 | $44/$48 7531 T: 5-6PM (4/7-5/26) 7532 R: 7-8PM (4/9-5/28)

Intermediate Steve Miles

This class will cover songs of varying styles, music theory, fingerpicking techniques, open tunings, single string technique, and chordal movement. This class is for anyone with basic to advanced technique. Rec Cen 2128 | $44/$48 7533 T: 6-7PM (4/7-5/26)

Rock

Steve Miles

This class will focus on techniques, devices, scales, and progressions used in rock guitar playing. Rock styles will be traced from Chuck Berry to Jimi Hendrix to Eddie Van Halen. Rec Cen 2128 | $44/$48 7534 R: 6-7PM (4/9-5/28)

Mandolin Patrick Hackney

Utilizing our 100 page songbook of British Isles/bluegrass, jazz/pop, and classical tunes, we will first learn the basic tuning and chord positions, and then songs on the mandolin. Suitable for varying levels of musical background. Topics of formal music reading, music theory, improvisation, and composition will also be addressed. Rec Cen 2128 | $44/$48 7536 T: 7-8PM (4/7-5/26)

Persian Percussion Siamak Pouian

Learn to play, or improve playing, traditional tonbak and daff Persian drums. All levels are welcome. Rec Cen 2128 | $44/$48 7537 W: 6:30-7:30PM (4/8-5/27)

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Fencing

Tennis

CHILDREN’S PROGRAMS

Tim Robinson

Peter Gerstenfield

Capoeira

SPORTS Elementary Elementary fencing approaches swordplay as a sport. Students will learn foundational elements of fencing, including simple technique, basic tactics, and sparring. Rob Gym 2120 | $44/$48 7538 MW: 1-1:50PM (4/6-6/10)

Intermediate Tim Robinson

Rob Gym 2120 | $44/$48 7539 MW: 2-2:50PM (4/6-6/10)

Indoor Rowing Nate Clark

Enjoy pushing your body with interval training, longer cardio, and shorter sprints all on the extremely low impact Concept II Ergometer. This full-body workout will get your heart pumping and your muscles churning as you gain strength, stamina, and flexibility! Rec Cen 2120/Rob Gym Balcony | $74/$78 7540 TR: 12:10-1PM (4/7-5/28)

Beginning/Intermediate Learn or refine basic grips, footwork, and strokes including forehand, backhand, serves, and volleys. Bring an unopened can of balls to the first class. Rec Cen Courts | $40/$44 7541 T: 6-7PM (4/7-4/28) 7542 T: 6-7PM (5/5-5/26)

Mariano Silva

Capoeira is a Brazilian martial art and dance form. Includes music, drums, self-defense, discipline, and motor coordination. Rob Gym 2320 | $96 7543 TR: 4:30-5:15PM (4/7-4/28)

GROUP CYCLING All Levels

A progressive 8-week group cycling course that takes you through the world of endurance training. All fitness levels and riding experience welcome. Rob Gym 1125 | $75/79 Roberta | 7571 TR: 7-7:50AM (4/7-5/28) Pasha | 7572 TR: 12:05-12:55PM (4/7-5/28) Kelly | 7575 TR: 6:30-7:20PM (4/7-5/28) Ryan | 7578 TR: 5:15-6:05PM (4/7-5/28) Rhian | 7579 MW: 8-8:50AM (4/6-5/27)

Cycle & Core

40 minutes of heart pumping and maximum calorie burning cycling followed by ten minutes of core training. Rob Gym 1125 | $45 Rhian | 7580 F: 8-8:50AM (4/10-5/29) Roberta | 7573 F: 12:05-12:55PM (4/10-5/29)

Cycle Circuit

20 minutes of heart pumping and maximum calorie burning cycling followed by ten minutes of upper body toning and ten minutes of core conditioning for a total body workout! Rob Gym 1125 | $85/89 Roberta | 7576 MW: 12:05-12:50PM (4/65/27) Brittany | 7574 MW: 7-7:50PM (4/6-5/27)

Endurance Ride Jade

For the more experienced indoor cyclist who wants a longer ride. Maximum calorie burning! Rob Gym 1125 | $85/89 7577 MW: 5:30-6:30PM (4/6-5/27) * Bring water and a towel to every class.

• CLASS LOCATIONS consist of a wide variety of locations around campus. Be sure to find out exactly where your class is being held before the first class. • CLASS FEES: Students may watch the first class at no cost. In order to participate, you must pay for class in full or pay $5 drop in fee to the door monitor. Drop in fee option is only available at the first class session and will not be applied to the class fee should you decide to continue attending. Students may not pay on a class-by-class basis. Payment by cash, check or Visa/MasterCard – no BARC billing. • REFUNDS: There are no refunds except those granted at the discretion of the administrative supervisor during the first two weeks of each quarter, should medical or other extenuating circumstances dictate. • TRANSFERS to another class or section time may be made up until one week after the first class meeting. See page 16 for a map of our facilities. • PARKING permits are required at all times on campus. Visit tps.ucsb.edu for more info.

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GROUP FITNESS

Game Changer Programs

Targeted Group Personal Training

Justin Willis

Caitie Wipperman

6-Pak Track

Use our new olympic weightlifting platforms to learn how to perform compound exercises. The class will also work on assistance exercises including deadlifts, squat variations, and high pulls. FC 1 South or FC 2 Platforms | $120/$124 7594 T:12-12:50PM (4/7-5/26)

High Performance Track

Metabolic Strength Circuit

Justin Willis

Caitie Wipperman

This track focuses on strategic nutrition planning and fitness training to develop explosive power. Pack on muscle, improve technique, and boost your strength to unparalleled levels. Rec Cen Lawn/Field 3/MAC | $199/$204 7585 MWF: 11-11:50 (4/6-5/29)

L.I.F.E. Class Ryan Gage

LIFE will get you fit, in shape, and healthy. Our nationally certified personal trainers and post-rehab specialists will work on your postural imbalances to reduce everyday aches so you feel your best at work and play. This reduced cost program is subsidized for UCSB Faculty and Staff. Student Health Center Lawn | $36*/$56** 7588 MW: 5:10-6PM (4/6-5/27)

Fabian Ortiz

EAP Office (6950 Suite 200 Hollister Ave, Goleta) | $36 7591 MW: 12:10-12:55PM (4/6-5/27)

FIT4LIFE CIRCUIT

Ryan Gage This new class alternates one day of plate loaded machine exercises and another day focused on functional strength and cardiovascular circuits. Boost your strength and cardiovascular health at the same time! This class is lead by a nationally certified personal trainer. Rec Cen Mac Court-South Side 7592 WF: 12:05-12:55PM (4/8-5/29)

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PERSONAL TRAINING

SPORT MANAGEMENT

Olympic Weightlifting

This track focuses on healthy weight loss while reducing body fat, improving your waist-to-hip ratio, and boosting your health. Rec Cen Lawn/Field 3/MAC | $199/$204 7586 MWF: 1-1:50PM (4/6-5/29)

Faculty & Staff Wellness & Fitness

HEALTH & WELLNESS

This group will incorporate a mixture of TRX, kettlebells, medicine balls, jump ropes, strongman/woman training, and body weight exercises. Rec Cen Field 3/Mac Court | $120/$124 7593 T: 11-11:50AM (4/7-5/26)

FIT4LIFE

Amy Jamieson

Learn how to recognize existing imbalances in your body and use corrective exercise strategies as you train! Classes include intermediate to advance level strength, cardiovascular, core, and flexibility training led by a nationally certified personal trainers. Rec Cen Pavilion Gym 7589 TR:12:05-12:55PM (4/7-5/28)

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Bootcamp Alison Parakh

This is a high intensity experience that will challenge all fitness levels. Each class includes strength training, core conditioning, interval training, and flexibility work. Rec Cen Pavilion Lawn | $180/$184 7595 MW: 5:15-6:15PM (4/6-5/27)

L.I.F.E. CIRCUIT Class Fabian Ortiz

This new class focuses on strength and cardiovascular combinations utilizing resistance and cardiovascular machines. A great opportunity to learn how to use each machine with the guidance of a nationally certified personal trainer. Rec Center Mac Court - South Side | $36*/$56** 7587 TR:12:05-12:55PM (4/7-5/28)

LIFE/Fit4Life All Access Varies

Eight weeks of unlimited access to all locations except EAP. Varies | $56 7590 MW: 5:10-6PM (4/6-5/27) WF: 12:05-12:55PM (4/8-5/29) TR:12:05-12:55PM (4/7-5/28) TR:12:05-12:55PM (4/7-5/28)

*Allow access to single location. 8 weeks, 2 classes per week at single location (total 16 classes). ** Allow access to all locations excluding EAP. 8 weeks, unlimited classes.

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ADVENTURE PROGRAMS Surfing & Stand Up Paddling

An introductory class to surfing and stand up paddling that will teach wave judgment, board handling, paddling technique, and wave-catching. Must know how to swim. Bring a 4mm wetsuit to first class. First six signups qualify for free wetsuit rental. Campus Point | $249/279 7433 R: 10-12PM (4/23-5/28)

SUP Paddle Tour

Come out and paddleboard along the Santa Barbara coast. Fees include SUP equipment and safety gear, two guides, and transportation back to UCSB. You will need to provide your personal gear and lunches. Must be able to swim and have prior SUP experience. Campus Point | $79/99 7601 SUN: 12-6PM (4/26)

SCUBA

This six-week course will focus on building the strength, flexibility, and endurance required for more challenging aerial silks positions. Climbing Wall (MAC) | $61/$78 7441 M: 8-8:50AM (4/6-5/11)

Beginning

An introductory course to aerial silks that is great for those who want to explore new ways of getting into shape and staying fit. Climbing Wall (MAC) | $89/$109 7442 T: 9:30-10:45AM (4/7-5/26) 7443 R: 9:30-10:45AM (4/9-5/28)

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An introductory rock climbing class that focuses on the fundamentals of climbing including knot tying, basic movement techniques, belaying, rappelling, and introduction to equipment. Climbing Wall (MAC) | $55/95 7450 R: 6-9PM (4/9) & SUN: 8-4PM (4/12) 7451 T: 6-9PM (4/14) & S: 8-4PM (4/18) 7452 R: 6-9PM (4/30) & SUN: 8-4PM (5/3)

Climbing For Fitness

Learn how to incorporate climbing into your weekly fitness regime with our professionally certified climbing instructors and personal trainers who will teach you focused exercises designed to target multiple muscle groups. Climbing Wall (MAC) | $50/70 7546 M: 6:30-7:45PM (4/6-6/1) 7547 W: 10-11:15AM (4/8-5/27)

Advanced Open Water Diver

Conditioning

I - Intro to Rock Climbing

A three-day intensive class designed to practice and improve foundational climbing skills including theory of top rope systems, belay systems, anchor constructions, and climbing techniques. Must have taken Rock (Beginning) or equivalent to enroll. Climbing Wall (MAC) | $75/119 7453 R: 6-9PM (5/7), S: 8-3PM (5/9), SUN: 9-4PM (5/10)

This class is designed for people with no diving experience. Upon satisfactory completion of the course, participants will receive an open water scuba certification card from SSI (SCUBA Schools International). Please carefully read the class information sheet regarding additional costs before you sign up for the class. Lecture/Pool | $89/129 7434 MW: 6-10PM (4/13-4/29) 7435 TR: 6-10PM (4/9-4/30) 7436 MW: 6-10PM (5/11-5/27) 7437 TR: 6-10PM (5/5-5/21) Beach and Boat Dives: TBA

Aerial Silks

Rock Climbing

II - Intro to Climbing Anchors

SCUBA Certification

This course will strengthen your skills and open up new diving possibilities through five supervised specialty dives. Satisfactory completion of the course results in Advanced Open Water SCUBA certification. Lecture/Pool | $79/$99 7438 F: 4:30-8:30PM (5/8) Beach and Boat Dives: TBA

ADVENTURE PROGRAMS

Intermediate

Prerequisite: Aerial Silks (Beginning) This class builds on moves learned in Beginning Aerial. Perfect, finesse, and advance your silk repertoire in this eight-week course. Climbing Wall (MAC) | $89/$109 7439 W: 8:00-9:15AM (4/8-5/27)

Intensive Intro Clinic

A two-hour intensive introduction to aerial silks perfect for those who do not want to commit to the full eight-week course. Climbing Wall (MAC) | $19/$29 7444 M: 1-3PM (5/4) 7440 M:1-3PM (5/22)

Canyoneering

A typical canyoneering outing involves hiking into a canyon and entering the water. Seasoned rock climbers and novices alike will enjoy the innovative skill sets used in canyoneering, such as rappelling on a retrievable single line. Climbing Wall (MAC) | $55/95 7449 R: 6-9:00PM (4/16) SUN: 9-4PM (4/19)

Climbing Movement Series

This two part clinic teaches advanced climbing techniques by focusing on fundamentals and additional techniques to successfully climb through more complicated moves. The course will be molded to your individual skill level, so beginner and experienced climbers are welcome. Climbing Wall (MAC) | $30/40 7548 T: 6-8PM (5/12 & 5/26)

Lead Climbing Clinic

This three-hour clinic will teach you how lead climb, focusing on proper techniques for clipping, falling, and belaying. Climbing Wall (MAC) | $25/35 7549 T: 6-9PM (5/5) 7550 R: 6-9PM (5/21)

KAYAK ADVENTURE CENTER Kayaking Level I

This introductory kayaking class will cover basic to intermediate maneuvering skills, basic surf zone techniques, kayak games, and efficient touring strategies. This course includes a pool session and ocean day. Wet suits and ability to swim are required. Rec Cen Pool / Lagoon / Ocean | $45/$75 7551 R: 6:30-9:30PM (4/16), S: 9-4PM (4/18)

Level II

This intermediate kayak class will cover more advanced maneuvering techniques in a variety of conditions, more surf zone skills, and advanced touring and kayak expedition topics. Ability to swim and completion of Kayak I or equivalent to enroll. Wetsuit required. Rec Cen Pool / Lagoon / Ocean | $65/$95 7552 W: 6:30-9:30PM (5/13), S/SUN: 9-4PM (5/16&17)

Full Immersion Kayak Experience

The full immersion kayak experience includes Level I and II kayak classes, as well as kayak rolling and surfing, in one package. Discounts for kayak beach rentals are also included. TBA | $130/$195 7570 R: 6:30-9:30PM (4/16), SUN: 9-4PM (4/19), W: 6:30-9:30PM (5/13), S/SUN: 9-4PM (5/16&17)

Campus Point Kayak Surfing

Learn how to take part in surf kayaking in this four-hour class that will teach about wave formations, surf zone safety precautions, techniques for launching and landing in the surf, surfing stability, and maneuvering. Ability to swim and completion of Kayak I or equivalent required to enroll. Lagoon/Campus Point | $25/$40 7553 S: 9-4PM (5/23)

Whitewater Kayak Rolling Clinic

Practice kayak rolling techniques or further develop your skills in this clinic open to anyone who has performed at least one unassisted roll prior to this class, and those who have mastered the basic roll and want to learn new kayaking tricks. Rec Cen Pool | $35/$55 7554 MW: 6:30-8:30PM (5/18 & 5/20)

Tune-Up

Rec Cen Pool | $25/$30 7555 W: 6:30-9PM (5/27)

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KAYAK ADVENTURE CENTER

TRIPS

Santa Barbara Coastal Kayak Day Tour

Yosemite Backpacking Women’s AdventureGo on a four-day backpacking adventure Sequoia Backpacking from Tuolumne Meadows to Yosemite

This day tour using sit-on-top kayaks will launch from UCSB campus point and continue down the beautiful California coast to Santa Barbara Harbor. Campus Point | $39/$59 7556 S: 9-5PM (5/9)

Gaviota Coastal Overnight Kayak Tour

Prerequisite: Kayak Adventure Level I or Skills Review Night This paddle from Gaviota Beach to UCSB will be an introduction to overnight kayak touring. Fee includes kayaking equipment, transportation, breakfast and dinner, group cooking equipment, camping fees and trip guides. You must supply your own lunches. Rec Cen/Rec Cen Pool | $75/$95 7559 Skills Review Night: W: 6:30-9:30PM (5/13) S/SUN: 8AM (5/30-31)

Marine Protected Area Paddle

Explore the Marine Conservation Area off the coast of Isla Vista and Ellwood Beach to Campus Point. Paddle in sit on top kayaks alongside dolphins and seals. Skill needed: ability to swim. Campus Point | $20/$30 7558 S: 9-12PM (4/25)

Moonlight Kayak Tour

Enjoy a beautiful moonlit kayaking adventure in Goleta Bay next to campus after a short skills lesson at sunset. Lagoon/Campus Point | $25/$40 7557 S: 7-10PM (5/30)

TRIPS Quail Springs Permaculture Weekend

Spend a weekend at Quail Springs where the Wilderness meets the Farm. Get your hands dirty with a permaculture and sustainable living project, and round out the day eating great food, sitting by a fire, storytelling, music making and star gazing. Camping and food included. Rec Cen | $149/$179 7560 F-SUN: 1PM (4/3-4/5)

Sespe Creek Hotsprings

Backpack Sespe Creek through mountains and canyons along the California Condor Sanctuary and encounter beautiful swimming holes and hot springs. Fee includes: group breakfasts and dinners while camping, round trip transportation, group cooking equipment, and guides. You provide your own lunches and personal gear. Rec Cen | $99/$129 7561 F-SUN: 12PM (4/10-4/12)

Colorado River Canoe Trip

Canoe on the Colorado River through Black Canyon below Hoover Dam and camp alongside refreshing hot springs at night. Fee includes: round trip transportation, breakfasts/dinners while camping, camping fees, canoes, canoe lesson and group cooking equipment. You must supply your own lunches and personal equipment. Must be in good physical condition with the ability to swim. Each canoe is responsible for carrying some group food and group equipment, as well as your own personal equipment. Rec Cen | $169/$199 7562 R-SUN: 8AM (4/16-4/19)

San Gabriel Canyoneering Trip

Prerequisite: hiking experience, good physical condition. An outing involves hiking into a canyon and entering the watercourse. When you reach a drop that is too difficult/dangerous to hike or climb, you connect to a rope and lower down. Provided: dinner/breakfast and all canyoneering equipment. Plan to get wet! Rec Cen | $159/$199 7563 S-SUN: 7AM (4/25-4/26)

Joshua Tree Exploration

Joshua Tree National Park combines two desert ecosystems, the dry Colorado and the wetter Mojave- known for its interesting rock formations, plants, birds and wildlife. Fees include: transportation, camping, permits, and all breakfasts/ dinners while camping. You supply your own lunches, snacks, and personal gear. Rec Cen | $129/$149 7564 F-SUN: 8AM (5/8-5/10)

Valley along the John Muir Trail, including an ascent of Half Dome. Fees include: transportation, camping, permits, and all breakfasts/dinners while camping. You supply your own lunches, snacks, and personal gear. Rec Cen | $189/$219 7565 W-SUN: 3PM (5/13-5/17)

Join us on a fun women’s-only hiking trip in Sequoia National Park, exploring the vistas of the Great Western Divide. Fees include: transportation, permits, camping, group gear, and all breakfasts/dinners. You supply your own lunches, snacks, and personal gear. Rec Cen | $179/$209 7567 F-M: 8AM (5/22-5/25)

The High SierraAlpine Lakes and Trails

Santa Cruz Island Kayak Adventure

Prerequisite: multi-day hiking experience, good physical condition. Enjoy a casual backpacking trek into the mountains above Lone Pine, an area with pristine mirror lakes and explore into the alpine terrain. Fee includes: round-trip transportation, breakfasts/dinners, camping fees, permits and group equipment. You must supply your own lunches and personal equipment. Rec Cen | $179/$209 7566 R-M: 4PM (5/21-5/25)

All are welcome on this weekend adventure bound for Santa Cruz Island, where we enjoy hiking, kayaking, and more! The fee includes: transportation, round trip boat ride, guided kayak tour, camping permit, cooking gear, 2 breakfast and 2 dinners. You provide your own lunches, snacks, personal gear. Registration deadline May 19th. Rec Cen | $259/$299 7568 S-M: 6:30AM (5/23-5/25)

OUTDOOR GEAR RENTAL

Rent all the gear and equipment needed for your next backpacking or camping trip!

ROPES COURSE This unique experience challenges both the mind and the body through a series of “low course” and “high course” activities designed to bring groups together.

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Zion National Park Adventure

Enjoy a number of the incredible sites located in Southern Utah, with views of canyons and 3,000ft cliffs by day hiking from our car-camping style campsite. No hiking experience necessary, but must be in good physical condition. Fees include: transportation, camping, permits, and all breakfasts/dinners. You supply your own lunches, snacks, and personal gear. Rec Cen | $209/$239 7569 R-M: 8AM (5/28-6/1)

SURFBOARD AND WETSUIT RENTALS Every day of the week you can rent surfboards, kayaks, stand-up-paddle boards and wetsuits! Locations: Weekdays: Adventure Rental Center at the Rec Cen Weekends: Campus Point Beach Rental Station For more details and current hours visit www.gauchosplay.com

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UCSB Department of Recreation - Spring 2015 issue

Spring into Adventure Winter is over - the days are getting longer, the chill is leaving the air, and nature is bursting back to life. It’s time to dust off your bathing suit, dig out your surfboard, put on your sunglasses, get out and play because Spring screams adventure. The longer and beautiful spring sunshine means ample time to experience the many programs the Department of Recreation has to offer. Adventure Programs is buzzing with activity, offering over 40 courses and trips throughout the 10 week quarter. Explore the Santa Barbara coast with ocean adventures including kayaking, stand-up paddling, SCUBA, and more. Experience the majesty of

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California’s wilderness with camping, backpacking, canyoneering trips and more outdoor adventures. Take your skills and thirst for competition to the next level by joining the Second Annual Gaucho Gauntlet or 8th Annual Climbing Competition. Adventure Programs is proud to offer surfing lessons as its newest instructional course this season. The course is open to students, faculty, and community members of all skill levels. The first few members who register get free wetsuit rentals, and others enrolled in the course receive a half off discount on surfboard and wetsuit rentals. Another brand new AP offering is the Women’s Adventure series of trips and classes. These programs aim to inspire and support women to experience the great outdoors with other thrill seeking females. The first trip this quarter is backpacking in Sequoia National Park. Future events in the series will include camping, kayaking, climbing trips and more. Looking to go on your own expedition? The Adventure Rental Center has everything you need from tents and sleeping bags to wetsuits and kayaks. Leave it to us to get your gear in check so you can camp, backpack, or surf your heart out. Spring is in the air, so listen to the call of the wild and join the adventure today with the Department of Recreation.

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