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UCSB Department of Recreation

LEISURE REVIEW Summer 2014


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Leisure Review Summer 2014

Living Arts Classes -General Information-

LIVING ARTS 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 throughout the day and evening. All Living Arts classes are open to UCSB students, faculty, staff, alumni, affiliates and community members.

CLASS FEES cover instructors' salaries, publicity, use of equipment and some class supplies. You may need to purchase additional supplies for individual projects. Students may watch first class at no cost. In order to participate, you must pay for class in full or pay $5 drop in fee to the night greeter. (checks only) 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. UCSB STUDENTS are eligible for a reduced fee for many courses. Please be aware that this discount is only available after you have paid your UCSB Registration/Tuition fees for the quarter. If you have not yet paid your tuition you will not show up in our system as eligible for the reduced rate. If this is the case, you should wait to register for the Leisure Review course, the price difference WILL NOT be refunded after the fact. HOLIDAYS have been taken into consideration and most class dates have been extended to provide make-up sessions. Classes do not meet July 4th or Sept. 1.

Andrea Carr Al Cerda Cathy Czuleger Bruce Hansen Gary Jurich Taggart Malone Debbie Miles-Dutton

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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 meeting. See page 8 for a map of our facilities. PARKING is $4 after 5pm Mon-Fri, and all day Saturday and Sunday. Rates vary Monday-Friday 6am-5pm depending on time parked. Parking rates and regulations are subject to change. REGISTRATION for all classes begins Monday, June 2nd. You may register online, in person at the Cashier's Office in the Recreation Center or by mail using the coupon on page 3. Online or mail-in registration not accepted for Wine Tasting or SCUBA Diving classes. Mail-in registration not recommended for Yoga classes as they tend to sell out quickly and priority is given on a first come first served basis. Hours at the Cashier's Office are: Monday thru Friday 8:30am-5:30pm.

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. CREDIT, in all instances, excluding those mentioned above, may be offered to program participants who for legitimate reasons cannot be accommodated through the refund or transfer process.

Department of Recreation Department of Exercise & Sport Studies Jon Spaventa, Director Business Manager (MSO) Rec Cen Facilities & Operations Community Recreation Rec Cen Building Manager Facilities & Operations Recreational Sports Aquatics Program

893-2181 893-7620 893-3606 893-7618 893-6060 893-3908 893-7616

Information Adventure Programs Equipment Rentals-Rob Gym Equipment Rentals-Rec Cen Exercise & Sport Studies Intramurals Passport Office Personal Training Rec Cen Information Sport Clubs Summer Camps

893-3737 893-2418 893-7620 893-2181 893-3253 893-3738 893-3311 893-7619 893-3253 893-3913

For further information on Leisure Arts Classes call 893-3738 green

Printed on Recycled Paper

www.recreation.ucsb.edu

Come have fun in the sun or simply cool off by the pool this summer at UCSB. The Recreation Center is open to the greater Santa Barbara community for summer memberships. A family of four can purchase a summer pass to the Recreation Center for less than a day spent at Disneyland. A mere 15-minute drive from downtown brings you to the most beautiful pools in Santa Barbara, featuring a hot tub spa, shallow water pool, 25yd pool, a 50 x 25 meter pool and a diving well with 3 diving boards. The Recreation Department also offers an array of water programs designed for all ages and interests: •Summer Day Camp participants enjoy daily visits to the pool as part of an actionpacked day. •Surf & Kayak Camp offers children a playful day at the beach learning to surf, kayak and engage in environmental education. •Junior Lifeguards, are you up for the challenge? This program is open to 8-17 year-olds who are ready to work their bodies and minds in the ocean and sand gaining skills in first aid and water safety. •Our swim lesson program has topnotch instructors. Group lessons are age and level dependent. •Want to stay fit but tired of swimming laps? Water Fitness is a challenging class, set to music and is suitable for participants of all fitness levels. •Interested in SCUBA or Kayaking? Check out our instructional classes. • Looking for a water adventure at your own pace? Surfboard and SUP rentals are available through the Adventure Rental Center. We hope to see you in and around the water this summer! The University of California, in compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, handicap, or age in any of its policies, procedures, or practices; nor does the University discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation. This nondiscrimination policy covers admission and access to, and treatment and employment in, University programs and activities, including but not limited to, academic admissions, financial aid, educational services, and student employment.

Leisure Review Staff

Editor: Cathy Czuleger Program Coordinator: Brenda Lear Registration Coordinator: Christine Burleson Cover Photo: Ayeyi Aboagye


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Table Of Contents

Belly Dance.......................................... 9 Brazilian Dance Workout..................... 9 Breakdance........................................... 10 Hip Hop Dance.................................... 10 Hoop Dance......................................... 10 Jitterbug Swing.................................... 10 Samba................................................... 10

ADVENTURE PROGRAMS SCUBA................................................ 15 Aerial Silks........................................... 15 Rockclimbing....................................... 15 Kayaking.............................................. 17 Trips..................................................... 18

EXERCISE & WELL BEING Intro to Accupressure........................... 10 Chair Pilates......................................... 10 Foundation Training............................. 10 Massage................................................ 10 Pilates................................................... 10 Water Fitness........................................ 11 Yoga..................................................... 11

AQUATICS Swim Lessons...................................... 9

GROUP CYCLING Class Descriptions................................ 11

ARTS & CRAFTS Knitting................................................ 9 Pottery.................................................. 9

GROUP FITNESS Schedule............................................... 6

SCHEDULE OF CLASSES................. 4

CHILDREN'S CLASSES Jump Rope........................................... 9 CHILDREN'S CAMPS........................ 12 DANCE Afro Brazilian Dance........................... 9 Ballet.................................................... 9

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MASSAGE THERAPY........................ 8 MUSIC Mandolin.............................................. 14 PERSONAL TRAINING...................... 8 RECREATION CENTER.................... 20 RECREATIONAL SPORTS Intramurals........................................... 7 ROPES COURSE................................. 19 SPORTS Indoor Rowing..................................... 14 Tennis................................................... 14 SUMMER DAY CAMP........................ 12 SURF & KAYAK CAMP...................... 13

LOCKER RENTALS............................ 14

SWIM LESSONS.................................. 12

MAP....................................................... 19

JR. LIFEGUARDS............................... 13

MARTIAL ARTS Aikido ................................................. 11 Capoeria............................................... 14 Tae Kwon Do....................................... 14 Qi Gong/T'ai Chi Fusion...................... 14

CLIMBING ADVENTURE 4 KIDS... 18

Register Online at: www.recreation.ucsb.edu

Mail in Registration for Classes & Trips Do Not Send Cash Mail-in registration not accepted for Wine Tasting or SCUBA Diving NO REFUNDS Payment Method

Name

Full Payment must accompany this form payable to UC Regents

Address

(Check one)

City

State Zip

Personal Check

Day Time Phone

Perm# (if student)

VISA/MasterCard Credit Card#

Course Information

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Course Code

Course Name

Start Date

Fee

Expiration Date Credit Card CW Security Code

The 3 digit code that appears on the back of your card

Course Code

Course Name

Start Date

Fee

Course Code

Course Name

Start Date

Fee

Mail To: Recreation/LR UCSB Santa Barbara, CA 93106-3025

Subtotal $ Total $

Cardholder Name (Exactly as it appears on card) Cardholder Signature Now Accepting Visa & MasterCard


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Living Arts Classes •••Sign-ups begin Monday, June 2nd•••

Classes do not meet July 4th-6th or Sept. 1st. No classes in the Rec Cen Sept 2-7 due to maintenance closure.

Code Course Name

Fee

Instructor Day

UCSB Students/All Others

Time

Location

Dates

Aquatics Program -See page 9 for information Arts & Crafts 6608. 6609. 6610. 6611. 6612. 6613. 6614. 6615. 6616. 6617. 6618. 6619. 6620.

Knitting, Advanced Beginning Knitting, Advanced Beginning Pottery Pottery Pottery Pottery Pottery Pottery, Advanced Pottery, Advanced Pottery, Drop-In Pottery, Drop-In Pottery, Drop-In Pottery, Drop-In

$60/65* $60/65* $45/49** $45/49** $45/49** $45/49** $45/49** $45/49** $45/49** $34/38 $34/38 $34/38 $34/38

Meaney Meaney Venaas Venaas Venaas Venaas Venaas Venaas Venaas Venaas Venaas Venaas Venaas

Mon Mon Mon Tue Wed Wed Thu Sat Sat Tue Tue Thu Thu

5:15-7:15pm 5:15-7:15pm 2:00-4:00pm 7:00-9:00pm 2:00-4:00pm 2:00-4:00pm 7:00-9:00pm 1:00-4:00pm 1:00-4:00pm 2:00-4:30pm 2:00-4:30pm 2:00-4:30pm 2:00-4:30pm

RC 2128 RC 2128 RC 1514 RC 1514 RC 1514 RC 1514 RC 1514 West Campus West Campus RC 1514 RC 1514 RC 1514 RC 1514

June 23-July 28 Aug 4-Sep 15 June 23-July 28 June 24-July 29 June 25-July 30 Aug 6-Sep 17 June 26-July 31 June 21-Aug 2 Aug 9-Sep 20 June 24-July 29 Aug 5-Sep 16 June 26-July 31 Aug 7-Sep 18

$90/94 $125/129 $60/64 $95/99

Houghton Houghton Houghton Houghton

tba tba tba tba

8:00am-1:00pm 8:00am-1:00pm 1:30pm-4:00pm 11:30am-1:00pm

RG 1410 RG 1410 RG 1410 RG 1410

tba tba tba tba

$15 $15

Beeson Beeson

Wed Wed

4:45-5:45pm 4:45-5:45pm

RG 2120 RG 2120

July 9 July 30

$33/37 $33/37 $33/37 $33/37 $33/37 $33/37 $33/37 $33/37 $33/37 $33/37 $33/37 $33/37 $33/37 $33/37 $33/37 $33/37

Mariano Mariano

Basimah Mariano Mariano Hu Gasgonia Carano Carlan Carlan Mariano Mariano

Tue Tue Tue Tue Tue Tue Wed Tue Tue Tue Thu Tue Mon Mon Mon Mon

6:00-7:15pm 6:00-7:15pm 7:00-8:00pm 7:00-8:00pm 8:15-9:15pm 8:15-9:15pm 7:15-8:30pm 12:10-1:10pm 12:10-1:10pm 4:30-5:30pm 6:15-7:15pm 7:00-8:00pm 6:30-7:45pm 6:30-7:45pm 5:00-6:00pm 5:00-6:00pm

RG 2120 RG 2120 RG 1430 RG 1430 RG 1430 RG 1430 RG 2320 RG 2320 RG 2320 RG 2120 RG 2320 RG 2320 RG 2320 RG 2320 RG 2320 RG 2320

June 24-July 29 Aug 5-Sep 9 June 24-Aug 5 Aug 12-Sep 16 June 24-Aug 5 Aug 12-Sep 16 June 25-July 30 June 24-July 29 Aug 5-Sep 9 June 24-July 29 June 26-July 31 Aug 5-Sep 9 June 23-July 28 Aug 4-Sep 15 June 23-July 28 Aug 4-Sep 15

$33/37 $33/37 $60/64 $60/64 $60/64 $60/64 $60/64 $60/64 $33/37 $33/37 $33/37

Simpson Simpson Gage Gage Gage Gage Gage Gage Hackney Hackney Simpson

Wed Wed Mon Mon Wed Wed Sun Sun Tue Tue Tue

4:30-6:00pm 4:30-6:00pm 5:30-6:15pm 5:30-6:15pm 6:15-7:00pm 6:15-7:00pm 10:30-11:15am 10:30-11:15am 4:30-5:30pm 4:30-5:30pm 6:30-8:00pm

RG 1410 RG 1410 RG 1410 RG 1410 RG 1410 RG 1410 RG 1410 RG 1410 RG 2320 RG 2320 RG 1410

June 25-July 30 Aug 6-Sep 10 June 23-July 28 Aug 4-Sep 15 June 25-July 30 Aug 6-Sep 10 June 22-Aug 3 Aug 10-Sep 21 June 24-July 29 Aug 5-Sep 9 June 24-July 29

*Plus $10 materials fee, **Plus $35 materials fee, No firing of outside work, no outside clay, no commercial production, 10 cu ft limit.--Additional firing fee; $25 per cubic foot, up to 8 cu ft.,

Certification Classes 0000. 0000. 0000. 0000.

Adult CPR CPR-FPR/AED First Aid CPR-FPR Recertification

--Must show proof of current CPR certification for recert. eligibility.-- Must bring own pocket mask for recerts.

Children's Classes

Camps: See page 12 6621. Jump Rope: Learning the Ropes 6622. Jump Rope: Learning the Ropes

Dance 6623. 6624. 6625. 6626. 6627. 6628. 6629. 6630. 6631. 6632. 6633. 6634. 6635. 6636. 6637. 6638.

Afro Brazilian Dance Afro Brazilian Dance Ballet 1 Ballet 1 Ballet 2 Ballet 2 Belly Dance, Beginning Brazilian Dance Workout Brazilian Dance Workout Breakdance, All Levels Hip Hop, All Levels Hoop Dance, All Levels Jitterbug Swing More Jitterbug Swing Samba Samba

Exercise & Well Being 6639. 6719. 6640. 6641. 6642. 6643. 6644. 6645. 6669. 6670. 6646.

Intro to Acupressure Intro to Acupressure Chair Pilates: Sculpt Chair Pilates:Sculpt Chair Pilates:Flex & Flow Chair Pilates:Flex & Flow Chair Pilates:Have A Seat Chair Pilates:Have A Seat Foundation Training Foundation Training Massage

Replogle-Purinton Replogle-Purinton Replogle-Purinton Replogle-Purinton


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6720. 6647. 6648. 6649. 6671. 6672. 6650. 6651. 6652. 6653. 6654. 6655. 6656. 6657. 6667. 6668. 6658. 6659. 6660. 6661. 6662. 6663. 6664. 6665. 6666.

Massage Pilates - Mat Pilates - Mat Pilates - Mat Pilates - Mat for Stability & Control Pilates - Mat for Stability & Control Pilates - Yoga Fusion Pilates - Yoga Fusion Pilates - Yoga Fusion Pilates - Yoga Fusion Pilates - Yoga Fusion Pilates - Yoga Fusion Water Fitness Water Fitness Well Being 101: Vivid Life Series Well Being 101: Vivid Life Series Yoga, Hatha Yoga, Strong & Powerful Yoga, Strong & Powerful Yoga, Strong & Stretchy Yoga, Strong & Stretchy Yoga, Decision & Making Yoga, Decision & Making Yoga, Intro to Ashtanga Yoga, Intro to Ashtanga

$33/37 $38/42 $38/42 $38/42 $38/42 $38/42 $38/42 $38/42 $38/42 $38/42 $38/42 $38/42 $44/48 $44/48 $60/64 $60/64 $33/37 $33/37 $33/37 $33/37 $33/37 $60/64 $60/64 $33/37 $33/37

Simpson Gutherie Gutherie Gutherie Sweeney Sweeney Hong Hong Hong Hong Hong Hong Miles-Dutton Miles-Dutton Dr. Hassemer Dr. Hassemer Kova Dr. Hassemer Dr. Hassemer Dr. Hassemer Dr. Hassemer Fields Fields Sweeney Sweeney

Tue Tue Tue Thu Tue Thu Mon Mon Thu Wed Fri Fri MWF MWF Tue Tue Wed Mon Mon Wed Wed Thu Thu Tue Tue

6:30-8:00pm 12:10-12:55pm 5:00-5:45pm 5:00-5:45pm 12:10-1:00pm 12:10-1:00pm 12:10-1:00pm 12:10-1:00pm 12:10-1:00pm 12:10-1:00pm 12:10-1:00pm 12:10-1:00pm 12:10-12:50pm 12:10-12:50pm 5:15-6:45pm 5:15-6:45pm 12:10-1:30pm 7:00-8:00pm 7:00-8:00pm 7:00-8:30pm 7:00-8:30pm 7:00-8:30pm 7:00-8:30pm 10:30-11:50am 10:30-11:50am

RG 1410 RG 1410 RG 1410 RG 1410 RG 1410 RG 1410 RG 1410 RG 1410 RG 1410 RG 1410 RG 1410 RG 1410 Rec Cen Pool Rec Cen Pool RC 1501 RC 1501 RG 1410 RG 1430 RG 1430 RG 1430 RG 1430 RG 1430 RG 1430 RG 1430 RG 1430

Aug 5-Sep 9 June 24-July 29 June 24-July 29 June 26-July 31 Aug 5-Sep 9 Aug 7-Sep 11 June 16-July 21 Aug 4-Sep 15 June 19-July 24 Aug 6-Sep 10 June 20-Aug 1 Aug 8-Sep 12 June 23-Aug 1 Aug 4-Sep 19 June 24-July 29 Aug 5-Sep 16 June 25-July 30 June 23-July 28 Aug 4-Sep 15 June 25-July 30 Aug 6-Sep 10 June 26-July 31 Aug 7-Sep 18 June 24-July 29 Aug 5-Sep 9

$36 $52 $52 $52 $52 $52 $78

Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff varies

WeFr MoWe MoWe TuTh TuTh WeFr varies

6:30-7:15am 12:10-12:55pm 5:10-6:00pm 12:05-12:55pm 12:05-12:55pm 12:05-12:55pm varies

RC 1031

Student Health RC Pav Gym RC Pav Gym Phys. Sciences varies

June 18-Aug 22 June 16-Sep 29 June 16-Sep 29 June 17-Sep 30 June 17-Sep 30 June 18-Sep 26 June 16-Sep 30

$50/54 $40/44 $40/44

Brittany Brittany Ryan

Mo/We 12:05pm-12:50pm Tu/Th 7:00am-7:50am Tu/Th 5:15pm-6:05pm

RC 1502 RC 1502 RC 1502

June 23-July 16 June 24-July 17 June 24-July 17

Aikido, Beginning Aikido, Beginning Aikido, Intermediate/Advanced Aikido, Intermediate/Advanced Capoeira Capoeira Qi Gong/Tai Chi Fusion Qi Gong/Tai Chi Fusion Tae Kwon Do, All Levels Tae Kwon Do, All Levels

$33/37 $33/37 $33/37 $33/37 $33/37 $33/37 $33/37 $33/37 $33/37 $33/37

Ota Mo/We Ota Mo/We Ota Mo/We Ota Mo/We Mariano Tue Mariano Tue Hackney Tue Hackney Tue Morrow-Jones We/Su Morrow-Jones We/Su

7:00-8:00pm 7:00-8:00pm 6:00-7:00pm 6:00-7:00pm 7:30-8:45pm 7:30-8:45pm 5:35-6:50pm 5:35-6:50pm 6:00-7:00pm 6:00-7:00pm

RG 2120 RG 2120 RG 2120 RG 2120 RG 2120 RG 2120 RG 2320 RG 2320 RG 2320/2120 RG 2320/2120

June 23-July 30 Aug 4-Sep 15 June 23-July 30 Aug 4-Sep 15 June 24-July 29 Aug 5-Sep 9 June 24-July 29 Aug 5-Sep 9 June 25-Aug 3 Aug 6-Sep 14

Mandolin Mandolin

$33/37 $33/37

Hackney Hackney

Tue Tue

7:00-8:00pm 7:00-8:00pm

RC 2128 RC 2128

June 24-July 29 Aug 5-Sep 16

$56/60 $56/60 $40/44 $40/44

Montgomery tba Gerstenfeld Gerstenfeld

Tu/Th Tu/Th Tue Tue

12:10-1:00pm 12:10-1:00pm 6:00-7:00pm 6:00-7:00pm

RG 2120 RG 2120 Rec Cen Courts Rec Cen Courts

June-24-July 31 Aug 5-Sep 11 June 24-July 15 Aug 5-Aug 26

Faculty/Staff Wellness Classes 6673. 6674. 6675. 6676. 6677. 6678. 6679.

LIFE Fit4Life LIFE LIFE Fit4Life Fit4Life LIFE/Fit4Life All Access

Group Cycling 6680. 6681. 6682.

Group Cycling, Cycle & Core Group Cycling, All Levels Group Cycling, All Levels

Martial Arts & Self Defense 6683. 6684. 6685. 6686. 6687. 6688. 6689. 6690. 6691. 6692.

Music 6693. 6694.

Sports 6695. 6696. 6697. 6698.

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Indoor Rowing Indoor Rowing Tennis, Beginning/Intermediate Tennis, Beginning/Intermediate

EAP Hollister Office


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Group Fit Schedule Blue/Noon classes run June 16-August 29. Gold classes start Monday June 23 and run til Aug 3. "Specialty" classes are sold separately from the passes. Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

12:10-12:50pm

12:10-12:50pm

12:10-12:50pm

12:10-12:50pm

12:10-12:50pm

9:00-10:00am

11:30-12:20pm

Circuit Training

Pump + Core

Cardio & Core

Pump + Abs

Zumba速

Zumba速

Cardio Kickboxing

Katrina

Ryan

Katrina

Ryan

Rainne

Rainne

Ryan

Specialty Class

Noon Pass

Noon Pass

Noon Pass

Noon Pass

Noon Pass

Course# 6731 Course# 6732

Gold Pass 12:30-1:20pm

Pump + Abs Ryan Gold Pass 4:10-5:00pm

4:10-5:00pm

4:10-5:00pm

4:10-5:00pm

Cardio Power Hour

Pump + Abs

Pure Strength

Cardio Kickboxing

Gina

Ryan

Marianne

Ryan

Gold Pass

Gold Pass

Gold Pass

Gold Pass

5:10-6:00pm

5:10-6:00pm

5:10-6:00pm

5:10-6:00pm

Pump + Abs

Circuit Training

Complete Core

Tabata Intervals

Brittany

Justin

Brittany

Justin

Gold Pass

Gold Pass

Gold Pass

Gold Pass

6:00-6:50pm

6:00-6:50pm

6:00-6:50pm

6:00-6:50pm

Zumba速

Pump & Plyos

Zumba速

Complete Core

Leah

Justin

Leah

Justin

Specialty Class

Course# 6733 Course# 6734

Gold Pass

Course# 6735 Course# 6736

Noon Pass Course# 6737

June 16-August 29

$70/$75

June 23-Aug 23

$50/$55

Noon/Gold Combo Course# 6739

Gold Pass

GROU

Student/Non-Student

Gold Pass Course# 6738

Schedule and teachers subject to change without notice Classes Do Not Meet July 4th-6th.

Specialty Class

June 16-Aug 29

$90/$95

Specialty Classes (sold separately) 2 Sessions

Course# varies

June 23-Aug 3

Course# varies

Aug 4-Aug 29

$30/$35 $30/$35

GROU GROU

P F IT

Noon Pass

P F IT

G o ld P a s s

P F IT

S p e c ia lt y C la s s

Wristbands are required for entry Get your wristband outside RG 1430 during the first week of classes (first 15min of class only). Available at the Rec Cen Cashier's office after 6/23/14.

Classes take place in the Group Fitness Studio located in Rob Gym 1430. For more information contact Amy at 893-2956 or amy.jamieson@essr.ucsb.edu


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Our program features trainers certified by nationally recognized fitness and sports medicine organizations. Personal Trainers can evaluate fitness levels, instruct technique as well as establish and update your exercise program.

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Adventure Programs

Code Course Name

Fee

Instructor Day

UCSB Students/All Others

Time

Adventure Classes 6699. 6700. 6701. 6702. 6703. 6704. 6705. 6706. 6707. 6708. 6709. 6710. 6711. 6712. 6713. 6714. 6715. -. -. -. 6716.

6717. 6718. 6721. 6722. 6723. 6724. 6725. 6726. -. -.

6729. 6730. 0000. 0000. 0000. 0000. 0000.

Dates

SCUBA $89/129 Stetson MoWe 6:00-10:00pm SCUBA $89/129 Wiessner TuTh 6:00-10:00pm Aerial Silks I $69/89 Bishop Tue 9:30-10:45am Aerial Silks I $69/89 Tucknott/Longo Mon 9:30-10:45am Aerial Silks I $69/89 Tucknott/Longo Tue 9:30-10:45am Aerial Silks Conditioning Clinic $39/59 Faust Wed 9:00-9:50am Aerial Silks Intensive Intro Clinic $19/29 Tucknott Fri 1:00-3:00pm Aerial Silks Intensive Intro Clinic $19/29 Tucknott Fri 1:00-3:00pm Aerial Silks Intensive Intro Clinic $19/29 Longo Fri 1:00-3:00pm Aerial Silks Intensive Intro Clinic $19/29 Longo Fri 1:00-3:00pm Rock I $55/95 Staff Thu, Lec 6:00-9:00pm Sun, Lab 8:00am-4:00pm Rock I $50/89 Staff Tue, Lec 6:00-9:00pm Sat, Lab 8:00am-4:00pm Rock II $75/119 Staff Thu, Lec 6:00-9:00pm Sat, Lab 8:00am-3:00pm Sun, Lab 9:00am-4:00pm Rock III $75/119 Staff Sat 8:00am-3:00pm Sun 9:00am-4:00pm Climbing For Fitness $50/70 Staff Mon 6:15pm-7:30pm Climbing Movement Series $30/40 Staff Tue 6:00-8:00pm Lead Climbing Clinic $25/35 Staff Thu 6:00-9:00pm Belay Clinics $20/30 Staff Wed 6-9pm, Fri 4-7pm, Sun 2-5pm Belay Days free/$5 Staff varies Private Climbing Instruction or ACC Group Adventures contact 893-3737 for fees and scheduling. PCIA Climbing Wall Instr. Course $115/195 Bylund Fri 5:00pm-9:00pm Sat 8:00am-5:00pm Sun 8:00am-5:00pm

RC 2103/Pool RC 2103/Pool Climbing Wall Climbing Wall Climbing Wall Climbing Wall Climbing Wall Climbing Wall Climbing Wall Climbing Wall Climbing Wall Climbing Area Climbing Wall Climbing Area Climbing Wall Climbing Area Climbing Area Climbing Area Climbing Area Climbing Wall Climbing Wall Climbing Wall Climbing Wall Climbing Wall

July 7-July 23 Aug 12-Aug 28 July 1-July 22 Aug 11-Sep 8 Aug 12-Sep 2 July 2-July 23 July 11 July 25 Aug 29 Sep 12 July 17 July 20 July 29 Aug 2 Aug 14 Aug 16 Aug 17 Aug 23 Aug 24 July 7-Aug 25 July 22 & Aug 5 Aug 7 Weekly Weekly

Climbing Wall Climbing Wall Climbing Wall

July 11 July 12 July 13

Kayak Adventure Level I $45/75 Staff Wed 6:30-9:30pm Sat 9:00am-4:00pm Kayak Adventure Level I $45/75 Staff Thu 6:30-9:30pm Sun 9:00am-4:00pm Intro to Sea Kayak Paddling $15/25 Staff Wed 6:30-9:30pm Intro to Sea Kayak Paddling $15/25 Staff Thu 6:30-9:30pm Basic Kayak Skills Review $15/25 Staff Wed 6:30-9:30pm Intro to Whitewater Kayak Rolling $35/55 Staff Mon/Wed 6:30-8:30pm Santa Barbara Kayak Day Tour $39/59 Staff Sat 9:00am-5:00pm Moonlight Kayaking Goleta Bay $25/40 Staff Sun 6:00-9:00pm Private Kayaking Instruction or Sit on Top Kayak Group - Call 893-3737 for availability and cost. Outdoor Gear Rentals - Call (805) 893-3737 for information.

RC Pool Lagoon/Ocean RC Pool Lagoon RC Pool RC Pool RC Pool RC Pool Campus Point Lagoon/Campus Pt.

July 9 July 12 Aug 7 Aug 10 July 9 Aug 7 Aug 13 Aug 25 & 27 July 19 Aug 10

Rec Cen Rec Cen Pool Rec Cen Rec Cen Rec Cen SB County SB./Vent. County SB/Nevada Eastern Sierra Nev. SB County

Aug 7-Aug 10 Aug 13 Aug 16-Aug 17 Aug 22-Aug 24 Aug 27-Sep 1 Sep 20-Sep 27 Sept 14-Sept 19 Sept 14-Sept 19 Sept 21-Sept 27 Sept 13-Sept 20

Adventure Trips 6728. 6727.

Location

High Sierras Backpacking Gaviota Coastal Overnight Kayak Santa Cruz Island Adventure Yosemite-Tuolumne Mead. Bckpck. 1st Year Multi Sport Adventure 1st Year Rock & Canyon Adventure 1st Year Colorado Canoe Adv. 1st Year Backpack Adventure UCSB Transitions Adventure

$139/159 $89/109 $159/179 $199/$229 Call for info Call for info Call for info Call for info Call for info

Staff Staff Staff Staff

Thu-Sun Wed Sat-Sun Fri-Sun Wed-Mon Sat-Sun Sun-Fri Sun-Fri Sun-Sat Sat-Sat

8am 6:30-9:30pm 8am 6am 8am 2pm 2pm 8am 8am 8am


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Aquatics FITNESS SWIM MWF 11:30am-1:00pm at Campus Pool TR 11:30am-1:00pm Rec Cen Pool A 20 swim punch card ($40) may be purchased at the Recreation Center Cashier's Office or at Campus Pool. Payment at Campus Pool is by check only, no cash. Open lap swim lanes available-additional times during construction; kickboards and pull buoys are available. Fitness Swim is not available on campus holidays. If swimmers wish to use both pools they must keep their punch card with them. SUMMER SWIM LESSONS 2 week sessions, M-F, 25 min/lesson $75 per child/group lessons $180 per child/private lessons $130 per child/semi-private lessons All of our UCSB instructors are Red Cross certified and are experienced teachers. Register online at www.recreation.ucsb.edu. Call 893-2501 for more information.

Arts & Crafts KNITTING, Advanced Beginning INSTRUCTOR: Randy Meaney Participants should currently know how to cast on, bond off, knit and pearl. This class will focus on simple knitting beyond the basics. We will learn how to follow patterns to create functional garments such as scarves and fingerless gloves on both single pointed needles and double pointed needles. We will learn more advanced cast on methods and learn a few new stitches that are beyond the basic knit and pearl stitches This class will also include basic stretches that the knitter can do while seated in order to avoid common aches and pains. $10 materials fee payable to instructor in class. POTTERY, Beginning INSTRUCTOR: Dane Venaas Bring To First Class: $35.00 for lab fee (firing and glazes), clay $10.00/25lbs; wear comfortable clothing and rubber soled shoes. Your chance to learn the basic skills and pleasures of working with clay from a well established local professional potter who has over 25 years experience teaching and making pottery for a livelihood. Learn basic techniques of the potter's wheel, the ancient art of coiling/slab construction, and receive an introduction to mask making and application of glazes. No firing of outside work, no outside clay, no commercial production, 10 cu ft limit. Additional firing fee; $25 per cubic foot, up to 8 cu ft.

POTTERY, Advanced INSTRUCTOR: Dane Venaas Bring To First Class: $35.00 for lab fee (firing and glazes), clay $10.00/25lbs; wear comfortable clothing and rubber soled shoes Exploration of forms and surfaces: 1) Focus on decorative techniques of Lauren Hansen 2) Ceramic wheel form and altered forms of Dane Venaas *Previous experience with wheel work and glaze decoration is required. No firing of outside work, no outside clay, no commercial production, 10 cu ft limit. Additional firing fee; $25 per cubic foot, up to 8 cu ft. POTTERY, Drop-In INSTRUCTOR: Dane Venaas Bring To First Class: $35.00 for lab fee (firing and glazes), clay $10.00/25lbs; wear comfortable clothing and rubber soled shoes. Open studio access. Registration is separate from classes. No firing of outside work, no outside clay, no commercial production, 10 cu ft limit. Additional firing fee; $25 per cubic foot, up to 8 cu ft.

Children's Classes JUMP ROPE: Learning the Ropes INSTRUCTOR: Beesons Come join national champion competitive jump ropers as we show you a new twist on this classic sport! Learn how to do cool tricks in double dutch, perfect your single rope skills and so much more! All experience levels are welcome, just bring a smile and a great attitude.

Dance AFRO-BRAZILIAN DANCE INSTRUCTOR: Mariano Silva The dances that are explored in this class include samba, pagode, samba reggae, axé and afro-contemporary. You’ll get so wrapped up in the music and movements, that you won’t even realize the whole body workout you’ve just received. BALLET 1 INSTRUCTOR: Diana Replogle-Purinton BRING TO FIRST CLASS: Leotard and tights. (Ballet slippers if you have them, otherwise instructor will advise.) Students will be introduced to the basic vocabulary of ballet including the five-positions of the feet and arms. Emphasis will be on proper placement and correct execution of turnout. In this class students will learn

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the basics of barre work to warm-up the muscles and to prepare for the following centre work, where choreography will be introduced. BALLET 2 INSTRUCTOR: Diana Replogle-Purinton BRING TO FIRST CLASS: Leotard and tights. (Ballet slippers if you have them, otherwise instructor will advise.) Prerequisite: Ballet I or equivalent. This class will continue to expand students’ knowledge and vocabulary of ballet, putting it all together in different combinations at both the barre and centre to strengthen feet, body, turnout, extension, and control. Students will practice balance and control with centrework, learn correct technique of various turns, learn jumps and jump combinations, traveling moves across the floor, and combining everything with choreography. BELLY DANCE INSTRUCTOR: Cris! Basimah This beginner class, part I of the classical belly dance cabaret format, will focus on basic technique introducing the concept of body isolations (hips, shoulders, head and chest), essential in this dance style, muscular training and a variety of step combinations. Students will also learn how to play finger cymbals (zills or segat) and will be introduced to one of the most popular Arabic rhythms, Baladi. Students will need finger cymbals; available in class. Wear comfortable clothes but not too loose so you and the teacher can see your movements. Many dancers prefer dancing barefoot. BRAZILIAN DANCE WORKOUT INSTRUCTOR: Mariano Silva Dance your way into the best shape of


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your life! Burn up to 500 calories while enjoying the exotic rhythms and sounds from Brazil featuring Samba, Bossa Nova, Axe and Samba-Reggae. Brazilian Dance Workout tones your entire body as it increases flexibility, cardio, range of motion and motor coordination! No experienced required! Have fun while you workout. BREAKDANCE INSTRUCTOR: Hu This is a beginner class for all those who have interest in learning the basics of Breakdancing, or beginners who have learned some basics but seek to expand upon their skills and work on their foundational abilities incorporating rocking, power moves, tricking, and freezes. This is a class for everyone. HIP HOP DANCE INSTRUCTOR: Cristian Gasgonia Each week students will learn a new piece of choreography. Each piece will vary in style and difficulty, and build upon each other to form the fundamentals of dance. No experience is necessary! This is a great opportunity for learning, exercise, and just having fun! HOOP DANCE, Beginning INSTRUCTOR: Katelyn Carano If you're looking for a great way to keep in shape and have loads of circular fun, ALL while learning a new skill, come hoop with us! You will gain a stronger core, a sense of timing and rhythm as well as learn basic hoop tricks and flow! Hooping will train your mind and your body. It's a great way to express yourself and your personal dance style! In this introductory class we cover hooping on all parts of the body, basic isolations, and tons of extra tricks! Hoops provided. No prior experience necessary! JITTERBUG SWING INSTRUCTOR: Steve Carlan 'Jitterbug Swing' is the Original form of Swing Dancing that was popular in the 1940s and 1950s, with renewed interest in the 1980s, 1990s and 2000s. In this 6-week beginning-to-intermediate level class you will learn the basics of the East Coast Style Swing Dance, and as time permits, may also be introduced to some of the popular variations, such as The Lindy Hop, The Charleston, and The Balboa. This class will work on technique, style, and timing. As a bonus, you will also learn some Swing Dance Line Dances. We will also review the fundamentals of social dance etiquette.

SAMBA INSTRUCTOR: Mariano Silva Samba is a Brazilian dance and musical genre originating in Bahia, Brazil with roots from Africa. Our Samba classes explore movements and rhythms from the different regions of Brazil, emphasizing the rich culture and traditions behind each movement. Students learn to move with grace and confidence as they discover their own style through playful self expression. Samba is a key element in Brazilian popular culture and is danced by people of all ages, genders and skill levels. This Samba classes maintain this all inclusive tradition and are open to everyone that comes with a desire to move!

Exercise & Well Being ACCUPRESSURE, Intro INSTRUCTORS: Vanessa Simpson Acupressure is a technique used alongside massage, which is similar to acupuncture, but without the use of needles. In this class you will learn how to apply pressure to acupoints for many different purposes. Using Acupressure can help everybody in so many ways! It helps to alleviate pain, tension, headaches and stress, as well as relax or energize the body. Acupressure can also help to tonify certain organs or functions of the body, like digestion, memory, and concentration. In this class, we will cover the top 20 acu-points and the 12 Primary Meridians, as well as topics related to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). CHAIR PILATES Flex & Flow: Balance between flow and breath along with precision and strength as you move seamlessly and mindfully in and out of postures, positions and transitions. Move from the inside out in this intermediate Pilates workout. Previous chair Pilates experience is recommended. Have a Seat!: This beginning level class was designed to encourage the newbie Pilates student to give the chair a try. You will learn Pilates methods and 10 fundamental exercises to help build a solid foundation for future progression. Once you experience this workout we think that you’ll be hooked. Sculpt Chair: An effective fusion of strengthening, toning and core stabilizing moves that targets every muscle group using the resistance pedal of the chair and hand weights. The challenge of this class is to improve your posture, balance, strength and coordination. All levels.

FOUNDATION TRAINING INSTRUCTORS: Patrick Hackney This 1 hour workout class consists of employing several active standing and moving postures. 'Foundation Training' exercises, 'from pain to performance' are designed to help your body be the strongest it can be and move the way nature intended. In this class we will fine tune the way we organize ourselves while doing these exercises to optimize the firing of full body muscle chains. The resulting body we are building is strong, flexible and knows optimal movement patterns. MASSAGE INSTRUCTOR: Vanessa Simpson In this 8 week class we will explore different massage techniques ad modalities used to help improve circulation, detoxification, relaxation, digestion, and over-all vitality and well-being. Some techniques we will cover include hand and food reflexology, swedish massage (oil-based), accupressure, belly work and more. Please wear loose and comfortable clothing with warm layers. PILATES-MAT INSTRUCTOR: Sara Guthrie Our mat sessions will introduce you to the 10 foundation principles of the Pilates method; Awareness, Breath, Balance, Concentration, Control, Center, Efficiency, Flow, Precision, and Harmony. Throughout the class, we will move into exercises targeting the whole body for a complete and energizing workout! Training on a mat gives you a body-weight workout that both requires and develops muscular strength and endurance. This class is appropriate for all levels of fitness. Bring a mat, towel and water. Fun props will be provided. PILATES-MAT FOR STABILITY & CONTROL INSTRUCTOR: Matt Sweeney Pilates Mat for Stability and Control is an introduction to the movement technique developed by the late Joseph Pilates as a way to bring functional control and muscular stability to the body. This course will help students develop longer, leaner muscles, better balance and reflexes and educated students on steps to prevent injuries. All levels are welcome and encouraged to attend. PILATES-Yoga Fusion INSTRUCTOR: Stephanie Hong Bring to class: mat, towel, water. Build a powerful center as you improve coordination, balance, posture, & flexibility. Develop profound awareness as you enjoy mental clarity, focus, & concentration. You will feel and function better all-around! Class


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includes: options for working at different challenge levels so you meet your body’s ever-changing needs; precise alignment descriptions + creative visualizations so you move safely, effectively, with joy & humor; varied sequencing so you are thoroughly engaged from head to toe; and a restorative cool-down and deeply satisfying relaxation, so you finish fully refreshed & energized. All are welcome! Stephanie is passionate about sharing the gifts of health and well-being with all those in the community, designing classes to be deeply nourishing, transformative, and accessible to all levels. WATER FITNESS INSTRUCTOR: Debbie Miles-Dutton A water workout designed to enhance cardiovascular fitness and muscular strength. This challenging class, set to music, is for participants of all fitness levels and swimming abilities. Join us in the pool and enjoy the many benefits the water environment offers. WELLBEING 101:Vivid Life Series INSTRUCTOR: Dr. Kendall Hassemer BRING TO FIRST CLASS: Mat or towel. Wear comfortable exercise clothing. In this yogaNDhealth foundations course, discover the essential ways in which you can take care of yourself, inside and out. Explore concepts relating to adrenal fatigue, digestion, immune support, sleep, energy, sustainability and movement in a fun, accessible approach to medicine and being well. Learn daily wellbeing routines that actually integrate seamlessly into your busy schedule, and utilize this class as a platform for accountability and support to smile more, stress less, love a lot, and to live your best life. YOGA, Hatha INSTRUCTOR: Jasmine Kova BRING TO FIRST CLASS: Mat or towel. Wear comfortable exercise clothing. If you want to be more flexible and supple, to experience a new awareness of yourself, to release stress and learn to relax, then try our morning, afternoon or evening hatha yoga classes. Yoga works on the entire body, strengthening the muscles and the skeletal system, toning the glands and releasing tension. Yoga is the way home to the peace and strength that exists within us all. YOGA, Strong & Powerful INSTRUCTOR: Dr. Kendall Hassemer BRING TO FIRST CLASS: Mat or towel. Wear comfortable exercise clothing. 60 minutes to strengthen your body, stretch out your muscles and quiet your mind.

YOGA, Strong & Stretchy INSTRUCTOR: Dr. Kendall Hassemer BRING TO FIRST CLASS: Mat or towel. Wear comfortable exercise clothing. A gentle, yet strength building, hatha vinyasa class with longer holds and an emphasis on prolonged soothing stretches at the end of the session. Clear out and nourish your mind, body and heart. There will be some options given for different levels of challenge and experience. YOGA, Decision Making INSTRUCTOR: Jay Fields BRING TO FIRST CLASS: Mat or towel. Wear comfortable exercise clothing. Your life is full of decisions, big and small. From what career path to choose and who to date, to what to eat for lunch and whether to go out or stay in tonight. How do you make those decisions in such a way as to feel like you're on your unique path? Here's a hint: not by doing what other people want for you or what you think you should do. In order to have a meaningful life you need to make decisions from your heart and intuition, which requires that you cultivate embodied self-awareness. In this class we'll combine the best practices from yoga and experiential education with current research in neuroscience to build the skills necessary to make decisions that lead to you living your life. No previous yoga experience necessary. YOGA, Ashtanga INSTRUCTOR: Matt Sweeney BRING TO FIRST CLASS: Mat or towel. Wear comfortable exercise clothing. Ashtanga Yoga refers to the yoga system taught by the late Sri K. Pattabhi Jois. This class will teach students the basics of the Primary Series, a set sequence of standing and seated asanas (poses) done in a specific order with a specific breath count. Learning this yoga system will help students calm their minds, bring muscle tone and flexibil-

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ity to their bodies and help clarify and heal them from the insides out. This class can be athletic and challenging but many assists and adjustments will be give so as to ensure it is appropriate for all levels.

Group Cycling No matter what, be prepared to sweat! Please bring water and a towel to every class. Optional equipment includes: heart rate monitor, cycling shoes and gel bike seat. ALL LEVELS Open to participants of all fitness levels and riding experience. Group Cycling is the most popular fitness trend of the decade. This is a progressive 8-week cycling course that takes you through the world of endurance training. Workouts can be modified to high or low intensity depending on your personal goals. CYCLE & CORE 40 minutes of heart pumping and maximum calorie burning cycling followed by 10 minutes of core training and toning.

Martial Arts & Self Defense AIKIDO INSTRUCTOR: Steve Ota BRING TO FIRST CLASS: Loose clothing or gi. 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 is known as “Ki” Aikido. Ki Aikido stresses the development of calmness and coordination of mind and


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body, using breathing exercises, meditation techniques, ki tests and ki development exercises. CAPOEIRA INSTRUCTOR: Mariano Silva Capoeira is the latest exercise to explode onto the group fitness circuit as a fun, challenging, and truly effective workout. The emphases of capoeira are coordination, balance, flexibility, strength, and endurance, carried out through the fundamental movement, “ginga� (pronounced like jenga). Through this workout class, the average person will burn between 500 and 800 calories (depending on body-type) but more importantly participants come away feeling energized and revived. You will be put through a rigorous workout while having fun at the same time. QI GONG/T'AI CHI FUSION INSTRUCTOR: Patrick Hackney BRING TO FIRST CLASS: Loose, comfortable clothing This discipline includes gentle movement and standing postures and is an intentful refinement and tonifying of human energy, cultivating greater mental acuity. promoting general vitality of all the body's systems and refining improved balance, posture and coordination. In this introductory class, we will learn and explore Qi Gong principles of practice,

including postural/movement/breathing techniques, foster increased self awareness through refined mental/kinesthetic inquiry and learn the 92 movement Tai Chi "Yang" style long form. We will also explore how to utilize our practice in other activities, from changing habits, healing injuries or dealing with numerous health conditions. TAE KWON DO Beginning, Intermediate & Advanced Affiliated with the World Tae Kwon Do Assoc. INSTRUCTOR: Jonathan Morrow-Jones The martial art of Tae Kwon Do is a traditional martial art form featuring an extensive repertoire of kicks and hand techniques. Emphasis is on the development of proper technique for powerful and effective self-defense. It offers physical and mental conditioning, practical self-defense ability, and the challenge and freedom of creative self-expression afforded by any other art. It is equally suitable for both men and women.

Music MANDOLIN INSTRUCTOR: Patrick Hackney This class will introduce people to the mandolin, how to tune their instrument, how to construct chords, how to play simple melodies in jazz, bluegrass and pop styles and introduce the topics of formal music reading and music theory.

Sports INDOOR ROWING INSTRUCTOR: Sharon Montgomery The class is similar to a cycling spinning class, but on Concept2 indoor rowing machines where class participants engage in workouts set to music. Participants will learn rowing technique and the class will be well-suited to beginners. Rowing offers a great full-body workout and participants can expect to work up a sweat in a lively and fun environment. TENNIS Beginning, Intermediate INSTRUCTOR: Peter Gerstenfeld BRING TO FIRST CLASS: Tennis racquet and tennis attire (tennis shoes and shorts or sweats) and an unopened can of balls. Beginning: Catered toward the novice player or player with very little experience, the beginning class will cover basic grips, footwork and strokes of tennis including forehand, backhand, serves and the volley. Basic strategy will be covered as well as scoring and actual game play. Intermediate: This class will continue to polish the skills outlined above as well as adding lobs and overheads to the shot selection. Further strategy will be covered including doubles play.


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Adventure Programs SCUBA Diving UCSB is located in one of the premier diving locations on the California coast. The kelp beds off shore are rich with marine life and the Channel Islands host some of the best diving places you can ever hope to find. We offer an open water certification course whose instructors are highly qualified and respected in the local area for their style and extensive years of teaching experience. If you want your introduction to the magnificent underwater world to be an enjoyable experience, then please join one of our classes. OPEN WATER SCUBA CLASS This is 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 a recognized agency. The first class meeting and all lecture sessions meet in the classroom at 6:00pm. The pool sessions will be at the Rec Cen pool after lectures. In addition to the on campus instruction, there will be five ocean dives (one skin dive and four scuba dives) that will take place over three weekends. Please keep your weekends available near the end of class and after class. Open water dives are traditionally after your sessions in the pool. Your instructor will tell you the schedule in the first class. 100% attendance is required in order to become certified. Students are required to pass a swimming proficiency exam the first night of class; this test is explained on the class information sheet. The class fee includes instruction, weights, tanks, air, B.C.’s, regulators and wetsuits (wetsuits only when ocean diving). Additional expenses include $85 (Certification Fee, Textbook, Log Book, Student Materials), your personal equipment (SCUBA quality mask, fins, snorkel, boots, & gloves) which will vary from $200-$350 (or more according to your selection), and an optional boat dive at about $100 to the beautiful Channel Islands. Please read the class information sheet regarding your equipment needs before you sign up for the class. A completed medical history form is needed before you register for the class. These forms are available online or in the Registration/Cashier’s Office in the Rec Cen.

Aerial Silks Aerial silks, also known as aerial tissue, is a combination of performance, dance, and acrobatics used throughout the world by notable companies, such as Cirque du Soleil. Though used in the field of acrobatics and aerial performance, aerial silks have been taught to performers and athletes, focusing on control and movements of the human AERIAL SILKS I, Beginning Aerial Arts The program is intended to teach introductory skills in the art of aerial silks and performance. Students will be taught basic climbing technique, single and double foot tie-ins, inversions, basing, and simple drops. Students will learn positions such as Arabesque, Double Maypole, and Half-Buddha. Additionally, the aerial silks course is very attractive for those who want to explore new ways of getting into better shape and staying fit. This full body workout will not only build forearm, bicep, back, abdominal, and leg strength, but also will increase endurance, cardio strength, core strength and flexibility. AERIAL SILKS CONDITIONING CLINIC This four-week course is designed for those who are looking for something to supplement their workout. In what could be thought of as a cross-fit program for aerial silks, students will work through a variety of movement activities focusing on building the strength and endurance required by more challenging aerial silks positions. The program will target core strength, bodily awareness, flexibility, and endurance. Prior aerial experience is not required.

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AERIAL SILKS, Intensive Intro Perhaps you were thinking of taking the Aerial Silks 8-week course? This 2 hour intensive clinic is designed to give you a strong introduction to this incredible sport. It is also a good way to get a feel for the sport without the full time commitment. Although there is no prerequisite, those with more upper body strength and overall flexibility will have an advantage.

Rockclimbing Imagine yourself moving fluidly over a vertical rock surface. Your concentration is at its peak, mind and body moving over stone as one. The freedom and personal satisfaction one feels when rockclimbing is very difficult to put into words. Some describe climbing as ballet on rock. We offer a comprehensive and progressive climbing program. Our series of classes will keep you challenged as your skills improve. The number one prerequisite for enrolling in our classes is your desire to learn. Forget about those self-imposed limitations regarding strength, gender and age. Here is your chance to do YOUR dance on the rock. Be sure to pick up a rockclimbing information sheet in the Rec Cen cashier's office when you register. ADVENTURE CLIMBING CENTER Hours: 11:30am-Rec Cen Closing Location: Rec Cen II Fee: Rec Cen Membership or Day Pass. The UCSB indoor climbing center is open to the public. If you haven’t seen it then you are missing out on not only a beautiful work of art but a fantastic and very challenging training facility.


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Entre Prises USA Inc designed “the largest imprint wall on the west coast!” The wall offers a dedicated bouldering section, 30 foot main wall, top rope climbing, autobelays, lead bolts, belay ledge and 3 crack features. We use a wide variety of artificial holds on the wall to keep you challenged regardless of your skill level. The club atmosphere allows climbers to train, share techniques, exercise, meet new friends and plan weekend outings to the rocks. This is also a great place to discover or rediscover climbing. If you have taken a sabbatical from the sport then here is a place to get back into the mainstream. If you would like to take an instructional clinic, choose from a variety of levels offered regularly. The facility is open everyday which allows for training after you get off work or out of class. We also rent harnesses and rock shoes. ROCK I Beg. Rock Climbing This is our introductory rockclimbing class and focuses on the fundamentals of climbing. You will be instructed in knot tying, basic movement techniques, belaying, rappelling and introduced to basic climbing equipment. We start the class at our indoor climbing facility where you will be practicing movement techniques on a bouldering wall. Please wear comfortable clothing and tennis shoes for this evening session. The full day lab takes place at one of the local climbing areas in the mountains behind Santa Barbara. The fee includes instruction, climbing equipment and climbing shoes. Transportation is by carpool. Maximum enrollment of eight so register early. ROCKCLIMBING II, Intermediate Rock Climbing Prerequisite: Rock I or equivalent. This two day intensive class is designed to give you the time needed to practice the basic foundations of rockclimbing after you

learn how to incorporate climbing into your weekly fitness regime. A certified personal trainer will also come in to teach focused exercises that will be useful. Build forearm, bicep, back, abdominal, and leg strength and learn why experts recommend climbing as a way to target multiple muscle groups at the same time.

have completed an introductory climbing class. It is also a great refresher class for those who have temporarily retired from climbing. Instruction will include theory of top rope systems, belay systems, anchor construction and climbing techniques. Students often repeat this class so they can master the many skills involved. The evening session meets at the climbing wall so come ready climb. The full day classes will be held on the rocks in the Santa Barbara area. The fee includes instruction, climbing equipment and climbing shoes. Transportation is by carpool. Max enrollment of six. ROCKCLIMBING III, Advanced Top Rope Climbing & Anchor Construction Prerequisite: Rock II or equivalent. This two-day, intensive class is designed to help you gain the technical skills to construct and climb on solid top rope anchors in an array of environments. Instruction will include a brief review of the fundamentals of top rope anchors and belay systems, comprehensive instruction on the use of natural and artificial protection in any top rope anchor and belay system, and the basics of self-rescue. Students often repeat this class so they can master the many skills involved. The fee includes instruction, climbing equipment and climbing shoes. Transportation to the climbing area is by carpool. This class has a maximum enrollment of six. CLIMBING FOR FITNESS This class is designed for those wanting an unusual alternative for a full body workout or simply needing to gain strength and endurance for rock climbing. If you find yourself bored with the same old workout or struggling to get into the gym and stay motivated, this class could be your answer. Climbing is an unconventional and fun way to get exercise that even satisfies a need for adventure! Come climb with one of our professionally certified climbing instructors and

CLIMBING MOVEMENT SERIES Prerequisite: Belay I or equivalent The goal of this 3 hour clinic is to break down the fundamentals of rock climbing, so that you can climb at your full potential! Contrary to popular belief, successful climbing does not require superior upper body strength. You will learn the basics of footwork, weight shifting and resting from one of our professionally certified instructors. We may also touch upon other topics and techniques such as route reading, hold types and the different ways to grip them. This clinic is great for beginners and experienced climbers alike, and will be molded to your individual skill level. LEAD CLIMBING CLINIC Prerequisite: Belay I or equivalent We will be offering lead climbing clinics in the Adventure Climbing Center this quarter. On lead, it is your sole responsibility to bring the rope to the top and protect yourself along the way. This 3-hour clinic teaches proper techniques for clipping into pieces of protection, falling and belaying a lead climber. It also includes an hour of follow-up practice with a qualified staff member. Come test your body and mind by climbing without the security of a top rope and see what it’s like to be on the sharp end of a rope. BELAY CLINIC Prerequisite: None The Goal of this 3-hour clinic is to give you the basic information and practice required to pass the Climbing Center belay check. You will learn climbing knots, harness use, hardware use, belaying technique, climbing communication, and how to catch a fall and lower a climber. The fee includes instruction, climbing equipment and climbing shoes. BELAY DAYS The Adventure Climbing Center staff offers FREE belays during Belay Days! Anyone wanting to climb the high wall can take advantage of these 2-hour periods a few days per week. UCSB students receive free harness rentals with enrollment or proof of participation in the Wellness Program. Harness rental for Non-UCSB students is only $5. Call 893.3737 for days & times!


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WALL INSTRUCTOR COURSE The Climbing Wall Instructor Course provides instructors and potential instructors with in depth and standardized understanding of the skills essential to teaching climbing in an indoor setting. It is the first step in a sequential approach to professional climbing instructor development. The course reinforces the importance of teaching technically accurate information and debunks many common climbing myths. It also emphasizes the presentation of sound fundamental skills to climbing gym participants, the formation of risk assessment and risk management skills and basic problem solving skills such as belay transitions and on wall coaching and assist techniques. Participants will be assessed on both their core knowledge and their ability to effectively teach and coach related skills. Successful completion results in a certification with the Professional Climbing Instructors’Association (PCIA). PRIVATE GROUP INSTRUCTION by reservation only What aspects of climbing are keeping you from getting to the next level? What is holding you back from lead climbing? This class is designed for the more advanced climber who is looking to take that next step and learn the fundamentals of lead climbing and protection placement. In this class you will have the opportunity to set anchor systems, practice hardware placement/removal, learn advanced rope management and practice advance climbing techniques. An evening session will be scheduled at our indoor climbing facility. A full day session will be at a site specifically chosen by the instructor for this specialized class. The fee includes instruction, climbing equipment and climbing shoes. Working knowledge of the skills in Rock II is a prerequisite.

Kayak Adventure Center Ocean kayaking is an ideal sport for the Santa Barbara area. The beautiful natural vistas, the kelp beds rich in marine life, and the south facing beaches offer opportunities from idyllic protected coastal excursions to kayak surfing at point breaks and paddlers can find secluded beaches close to many accessible launching sites. While touring the local coast, paddlers usually see a variety of sea life. Curious seals and sea lions pop their heads up to spy on the slender boats as they glide quietly through the water. Dolphin and whales have occasionally been spotted during our outings.

Our staff to student ratio allows personal attention and effective instruction. The kayak day tours and extended tours are a great way to practice your skills, meet other paddlers, and explore the beautiful marine environment. The UCSB Adventure Programs combined the most popular parts of past classes to create the all new Kayak Adventure Center! Kayak classes, trips, and clinics provide the skills, fun, and fitness you asked for and deserve. This Quarter we’re offering Levels I and II, with more exciting Adventure classes each week. Each class includes a Kayak Adventure Card to ‘show what you know’ and to demonstrate you’re ready for more advanced opportunities. Join us today for paddling skills and fun you won’t forget. Even better, register with some friends for shared memories that will last forever! KAYAK ADVENTURE BASICS, Level I Prerequisite: Ability to swim So you’ve paddled a kayak a few times, or not at all, and you’re ready to explore the wide world of kayaking in more depth. This is your class! Level I includes an evening in the UCSB pool and an open water day. In the warm pool you’ll practice fundamental skills, such as capsize recoveries, and then move on to skill building games. Your full day gives you a chance to explore the Santa Barbara coast in a unique way, and to polish your new skills in an open water environment. Level I is an introduction to Sea Kayaking. The class will include basic to intermediate maneuvering skills, basic surf zone techniques, kayak games, and efficient touring strategies based on student interest and marine conditions. This basic class provides an Adventure Card and is a prerequisite for many of our more advanced classes and trips, so get started now! The class fee includes instruction and kayaking equipment. Wet suits are required but not provided. WHITEWATER KAYAK ROLLING Prerequisite: Kayak Level I or equivalent; ability to swim. Rolling a kayak is a valuable skill essential for river kayaking and handy for ocean kayaking. After two evening sessions of instruction and practice in the pool you will be well on your way to mastering this fun and useful aspect of kayaking. A good brace is necessary for kayaking. Part of the rolling class will be spent learning and practicing your bracing skills. Remember, part of this class will be spent underwater (upside down) so a wetsuit is required but not included. We recommend that you bring a dive mask or goggles to make

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the learning experience easier. The class fee includes instruction and kayaking equipment. SANTA BARBARA COASTAL KAYAK DAY TOUR Prerequisite: Ability to swim, prior paddling experience. Have you seen paddlers working their way down our coast and ever wondered how you could get out there with the seal lions and dolphins? Well, now is your chance. With our sit-on-top kayaks all you need is a desire to get on the ocean. We will meet at UCSB Campus Point, organize our gear, give a short lesson, and then get on the water. We will make our way down the coast stopping for lunch at one of the many beautiful beaches. Our final destination is the Santa Barbara Harbor. Fees include kayak equipment and safety gear, two guides and transportation back to UCSB. MOONLIGHT KAYAK PADDLE Prerequisite: Kayak Level I or equivalent; ability to swim. Imagine an early evening on Goleta Bay, water drips off the paddle breaking the reflections of the moon and the coastal lights of our seaside University above the bay. This is a paddle opportunity not to be missed. After a short skills lesson, we will put in close to Campus Point at sunset and enjoy a moonlit paddle. The class fee includes instruction and kayaking equipment. Wet suits are required and rental information about local rental retailers is available when you register for the class. PRIVATE KAYAKING INSTRUCTION by reservation only Can't fit one of our kayaking classes into your schedule? Has it been a while since you sat in a kayak and you're ready for a refresher at your own pace? Ready to move beyond the kayaking skills taught in our regularly scheduled classes? Have a specific trip or paddling skill you would like to focus on? These are some of the reasons people choose private kayaking instruction with us. This is an opportunity to significantly improve your current techniques and to add a whole new set of skills to your kayaking ‘bag-of-tricks'. Call us if you're ready to take the next step in a lifetime of learning from the cockpit of a kayak! The fee includes instruction and kayaking equipment. Wetsuits are required.


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Adventure Trips. HIGH SIERRA BACKPACKING Spend 4 days on the spectacular eastern Spend 4 days exploring the spectacular Southern High Sierras! Welcome to the Cottonwood Lakes! If you have never had the opportunity to drive up the 395 and into the back bone of the Sierra Mountains this is your chance! Late summer is the perfect time of year to enjoy the many sparkling lakes, moderate temperatures and alpine wildflowers. We will hike into the mountains above Lone Pine, an area treasured for its pristine mirror lakes. Our pace will be casual with at least one layover day to allow for exploration higher into the alpine terrain, and time for fishing or swimming in one of the lakes. Since this is a multi-day backpacking adventure we advise previous experience and/or good physical condition and stamina. Generally we will be hiking between 2-3 miles per day at high elevation and will camp above 10,000 feet. The fee includes round-trip transportation, breakfasts and dinners while camping, camping fees, permit fees and group equipment. You must supply your own lunches and personal equipment. OVERNIGHT COASTAL KAYAK Prerequisite: Ability to swim We will first meet at the Rec Cen pool for a session to review skills discussed in the

Kayak I course. This will provide the opportunity to get comfortable with the boats and practice recovery techniques and basic skills. On Saturday we will meet at Campus Point and then drive to Gaviota to begin our tour. After packing our kayaks, we will launch and enjoy the trip along the coast with a nice lunch stop along the way. Our campsite will be in one of the state park campgrounds along the way. Sunday we will continue along the coast with our final destination being Campus Point at UCSB. Fee includes kayaking equipment, transportation, breakfast and dinner, group cooking equipment, camping fees and trip guides. You must supply your own lunches and personal equipment. SANTA CRUZ ISLAND ADVENTURE PreTrip meeting and last day to register is August 18th This is a weekend adventure you can not miss! Adventure Programs will get you to Ventura Harbor from UCSB and we will load our gear on an Island Packers boat bound for Santa Cruz Island, located about 20 miles from the mainland coast. Travel time to Scorpion Anchorage is about an hour depending on weather. We commonly see sea lions, dolphins and sometimes whales as we enjoy a scenic ride to the island together! After setting up camp we will spend the rest of the first day exploring the dramatic sea bluffs and relaxing in the coastal coves. Day two we will enjoy a fantastic hike to the top of the island, to take in the view of the entire channel and ocean beyond. If booked ahead

of time with the Adventure Program office, you may upgrade your island experience with a guided kayak tour (extra fee applied.) Come join us on another fantastic trip to the islands! The fee includes transportation to and from Ventura harbor, a round trip boat ride, camping permit, cooking gear, 2 breakfast and 2 dinners while camping. You are responsible for your own lunches, snacks, personal gear, and extra optional kayak fee.

Ropes Course Challenge, excitement, accomplishment and fun are just a few of the feelings one experiences while participating in the UCSB Adventure Ropes Course. The course offers a variety of tasks, obstacles, games and mind teasers designed to bring participants closer together and to help them work as a team. The course is also an excellent way for individuals to gain self confidence and to push themselves beyond previous self imposed limits. TEAM ADVENTURE ROPES COURSE Dates: Tues or Thurs 7pm-10pm Fri or Sat 9am-Noon Fee: Call for group rates We recommend group sizes of 10 or more people and plan on being with us for 2-3 hours. Call 893-3737 to make a reservation.


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