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RECREATION SERVICES | SPRING/SUMMER 2018

A better you starts here.


WELCOME/ TABLE OF CONTENTS Welcome to Recreation Services at the University of Manitoba

Table of Contents

Thank you for reviewing our Spring/ Summer 2018 Activity Guide. We hope you’ll find something that encourages you to become active with us here at the University of Manitoba.

Membership Information...............................................................................3 Group Fitness Classes........................................................................................7 Facility Information.......................................................................................... 10 Programs.............................................................................................................. 11

With over 1 million square feet of space dedicated to fitness and recreation, we have something for everyone including our new 100,000 square feet Active Living Centre, 35+ weekly group fitness classes, over 35 à la carte programs, personal training and assessment services and various certifications and sports programs. We are Manitoba’s most expansive fitness and recreation centre.

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We pride ourselves in having highly qualified instructors and continue to focus on engaging and retaining our members and program participants by providing accessible, educational and enjoyable recreational experiences that benefit our campus and surrounding communities. Come by and check us out or look us up online to see, read and hear our members and program participants having fun and being active.

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In our most recent annual survey, we received great feedback from our patrons affirming that we are more than just a gym or a place to take a program, but rather a vital campus resource that provides opportunities for students, staff and the community to find a sense of belonging, a place to relieve stress and a place to become more physically and mentally active.

Aquatics.................................................................................................................. 13 Climbing................................................................................................................. 15 Dance....................................................................................................................... 16 Group Training.................................................................................................... 17 Health Promotion............................................................................................. 18 Martial Arts........................................................................................................... 19

Wellness.................................................................................................................. 23 Services Personal Training & Assessments............................................................ 25 Training & Certifications............................................................................... 28 Sports and Clubs REC Clubs............................................................................................................... 30 UM Leagues......................................................................................................... 31

Through our memberships, programs and facilities, we strive to develop communities to live actively so that they may live better. We look forwarding to helping you achieve your fitness and health goals for now and for years to come. Sincerely, Tanya Angus Director, Recreation Services

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MEMBERSHIP

MEMBERSHIP

Membership with Recreation Services is open to U of M students, staff, alumni and the general public. With over 1 million feet of space and equipment devoted to fitness, recreation, leisure and sport, we have everything you need to help make active living an essential part of your day. Our brand new, state-of-the-art Active Living Centre boasts over 1,300 pieces of equipment and accessories and is the newest facility of its kind in Winnipeg!

Active Living Centre (Fort Garry Campus) • Cardio and resistance training areas • 200-metre elevated running track • On-site certified fitness attendants Frank Kennedy and Max Bell Centres (Fort Garry Campus) Subject to availability • Six lane saltwater swimming pool and diving area • Three multi-use gymnasiums • Four squash and five racquetball courts • Three indoor and four outdoor tennis courts • 200-metre indoor track • Ice rink • Table tennis • Cycling, Circuit Training and Wellness Studios • Locker room and shower facilities • Dry sauna Joe Doupe Recreation Centre (Bannatyne Campus)

• Fitness centre • Multi-use gymnasium • Complimentary group fitness classes • Indoor track • Locker room and shower facilities

Certified Fitness Attendants If you need a tour of our facilities or want some advice relating to your form, exercise selection, or anything workout related, be sure to talk to our fitness attendants! They are always available to help, along with making sure that you have an enjoyable workout in a safe and respectful environment. Take advantage of their knowledge and talk to a fitness attendant today! All fitness attendants have or are working towards a degree in Kinesiology, and are certified by the Canadian Society of Exercise Physiology, National Strength and Conditioning Association, or the Manitoba Fitness Council, as well as being equipped with CPR, First Aid and AED training.

New! Strong Start Program Strong Start includes a gym orientation with a fitness attendant where we will discuss your goals and try to guide you towards activities you will enjoy. In addition to this, the attendant will schedule your first 8 visits to help get you on track. See customer service desk for details and to sign up. For new members only.

All advertised memberships are valid at both our Fort Garry and Bannatyne campus locations

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MEMBERSHIP HIGHLIGHTS OF MEMBERSHIP Active Living Centre (Fort Garry campus) OVER

PIECES OF FREE WEIGHTS AND ACCESSORIES

200

METRE INDOOR TRACK FOR RUNNING AND WALKING

160

PIECES OF CARDIO EQUIPMENT

1

2

3

1000

113

PIECES OF STRENGTH AND RESISTANCE EQUIPMENT

35+

WEEKLY GROUP FITNESS WITH CERTIFIED INSTRUCTORS

• Discounted member pricing on programs and personal training assessments • Reduced rate guest passes • Complimentary WiFi

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• Rental sports equipment • Complimentary Preva user account • Free parking weekday evenings and weekends


MEMBERSHIP GOOD VALUE

GREAT VALUE

BEST VALUE!

4-MONTH TERM

8-MONTH TERM

12-MONTH TERM

MEMBERSHIP RATES MEMBERSHIP CATEGORY

Total

Month

Total

Month

Total

Month

UNIVERSITY OF MANITOBA Please see bottom of page for more information.

U of M Students U of M Staff

$221

$55.25

$294

$36.75

$368

$30.67

U of M Alumni

$252

$63.00

$336

$42.00

$420

$35.00

Adult (ages 25-59)

$375

$93.75

$500

$62.50

$625

$52.08

Dependent (ages 6-14)*

$79

$19.75

$105

$13.13

$131

$10.92

Youth (ages 15-17)

$205

$51.25

$273

$34.13

$341

$28.42

Intermediate (ages 18-24)

$252

$63.00

$336

$42.00

$420

$35.00

Senior (ages 60-69)

$252

$63.00

$336

$42.00

$420

$35.00

Super Senior (70+)

$205

$51.25

$273

$34.13

$341

$28.42

Corporate**

$284

$71.00

$378

$47.25

$473

$39.42

COMMUNITY

Graduating this term? Looking to continue using our facilities at a discounted rate? Ask one of our customer service representatives about our Lifestyle membership.

Partner Rates Want to be active together? Sign up with your partner and receive 25% discount off our adult rate or pay the same rate as your partner for all other membership rates. Some conditions may apply; please contact our customer service team at 204-474-6100 for details. Payment Plan Monthly payment options are available for 8 and 12-month membership terms. A one-time administration fee of $25 (per adult membership) is required to activate a monthly payment plan. Payroll Deduction University of Manitoba Faculty and Staff may qualify for payroll deduction for membership including membership for immediate family members. To see if you qualify, contact our customer service desk at 204-474-6100.

All prices subject to GST. *Must join with an adult.

No hidden fees or enrollment charges.

**To see if you qualify please visit our website or contact one of our customer service desks for more details. • Fort Garry: 204-474-6100 • Bannatyne: 204-789-3866

LOCKER

PRICE/MONTH

TOWEL

PRICE/MONTH

Full

$15.50

One Towel

$8

Half

$10.50

Two Towels

$12

Locker and towel service only available for the duration of the membership.

UNIVERSITY OF MANITOBA STUDENTS As a student of the University of Manitoba, you have access to all Recreation Services facilities through the Sport and Recreation Fee. The fee supports the University of Manitoba's commitment to active living, sports and recreation and is assessed to all students. Visit our U of M student membership page at uofmactiveliving.ca for more information. Be active all summer long! If you are a U of M student currently not enrolled in spring/summer classes, you are eligible to purchase a 4-month spring/summer membership for only $80! To purchase your membership, visit one of our customer service desk locations with your U of M student card.

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MEMBERSHIP

Try Us Before You Join One Week Trial Interested in purchasing a membership but not sure if Recreation Services is right for you? Take advantage of our one week trial for only $20, a value of up to $91! If you decide to buy a membership within that one week, we will deduct the price of the trial from your membership purchase. One Month Trial Looking for something a bit longer than a week? A one month trial is available for $100* and may be purchased more than once. *Not eligible for membership upgrade. Punch Card Want to try us out but need some flexibility with your schedule? Purchase a punch card to receive 5 visits to be used when most convenient for only $55! *Can only be purchased once every 12 months. DROP-IN PASSES Child (5 & under)*

FREE

Youth (6-14)*

$7

Adult (15 & up)

$13

Family (2 adults & 2 youth)

$28

Member guest pass

$10

Max Bell Centre guest pass

$7

* Adult supervision is required at all times.

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MEMBERSHIP FREE GROUP FITNESS CLASSES

Available every week for members and daily pass users.

Group Fitness Class Schedule – ACTIVE LIVING & FRANK KENNEDY CENTRE, FORT GARRY CAMPUS Dance Studio, Wellness Studio, Circuit Training Studio and Cycling Studio – 2nd & 3rd floor Frank Kennedy Multi-Purpose Studios - 2nd floor Active Living Centre

SPRING: APR 2 - JUN 3, 2018

*60 min class | **30 min class | All other classes 45 mins FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY

TIME

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

6:45am

Cycle Xpress

*Adv Body Fusion



Aqua Boot Camp

7:00am

Ultimate Tabata

Body Fusion

9:00am

Cycle Xpress

Body Fusion

10:00am

Power Circuit

Ultimate Tabata

11:35am 12:05pm 1:00pm 4:45pm

**TRX Combo

**Abs & Glutes

Reebok Step

Powerhouse

Ultimate Tabata

Powerhouse

Cardio Interval

Hard Core Stretch Ultimate Tabata

Cycle Xpress

Body Fusion Cycle Xpress

Cardio Jam

Body Fusion Cycle Xpress

Cardio Jam

TRX Combo

Asana Interval 

Aqua Tabata *Powerhouse

5:00pm

Deep H20 Cycle Xpress

*Powerhouse

*Ultimate Tabata

Power Circuit Cycle Xpress *Reebok Step

6:10pm

**Cardio Interval

**Hard Core Stretch

7:00pm

Ultimate Tabata

Cardio Interval

7:35pm

Shallow H20

**Abs & Glutes

SUMMER: Jun 4-Sep 3, 2018 TIME

MONDAY

6:45am

Cycle Xpress

TUESDAY

*60 min class | **30 min class | All other classes 45 mins WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SUNDAY

Cycle Xpress

Body Fusion

Aqua Boot Camp

7:00am

Ultimate Tabata

Body Fusion

9:00am 10:00am

12:05pm

SATURDAY

Ultimate Tabata Reebok Step

Powerhouse

Ultimate Tabata

Powerhouse

Cardio Interval

Hard Core Stretch

Cycle Xpress

Body Fusion

Cardio Jam

Body Fusion

Ultimate Tabata

1:00pm

Cardio Jam

4:45

Aqua Tabata (until Jun 18) *Powerhouse

5:00pm

Cycle Xpress TRX Combo

Cycle Xpress Asana Interval

Deep H2O (until Jun 20) Cycle Xpress

*Powerhouse

*Ultimate Tabata

Power Circuit Cycle Xpress *Reebok Step

6:10pm

**Cardio Interval

7:00pm

Ultimate Tabata

7:35pm

Shallow H2O

**Abs & Glutes Cardio Interval

Class dates and times subject to change – download our mobile app for up-to-date schedules.

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GROUP FITNESS CLASS DESCRIPTIONS THESE CLASSES ARE INCLUDED WITH YOUR MEMBERSHIP. All fitness levels and abilities are welcome to participate as these are non-competitive and fun programs that aim to make everyone feel good. Modifications and intensity options are provided in all classes! All fitness instructors employed by Recreation Services are accredited through the Manitoba Fitness Council (MFC) and other recognized national/international training organizations. If you are not a member, but would like to register for a Group Fitness Class “à la carte”, contact faralee.wilson@umanitoba.ca for details.

Abs & Glutes

Body Fusion Enjoy a yoga-style class that will keep your body and mind connected as it flows and blends from one pose into the next.

BOSU/Ball Blast Experience a class that will work on your core and balance using stability balls and BOSUs! Functional training movements will compliment your existing workout routine.

Cardio Interval

Target and challenge your core and legs with this strength and conditioning class using a variety of equipment and training formats.

Build your cardiovascular endurance with a variety of interval formats. Movements will challenge your agility, speed, power, strength and endurance using your body weight and a variety of portable equipment.

Advanced Body Fusion

Cardio Jam

Experience a yoga fusion class that blends more challenging yoga poses and core strengthening exercises for a complete body and mind workout. Previous yoga experience is required.

Get your body moving and heart pumping with a fun, routine-based dance workout.

Aqua Boot Camp (Deep End) A fast-paced circuit style interval training workout in the deep end of the pool for those who want to work hard but keep it low impact. Participants must be comfortable being in the DEEP END. Aqua belts provided.

Aqua Tabata (Deep End) HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) is getting wet! Perform 8 exercises in a 2:1 interval format where you work hard for twice as long as you recover – then actively rest and REPEAT! This total body workout uses the natural resistance of the water to challenge the body. Participants must be comfortable being in the DEEP END. Aqua belts will be provided.

Cardio Knockout Rev up your cardio and endurance while you skip, kick and punch to the music creating a fitter and more self-confident you! No experience is required for this full body, non-contact workout.

Cycle Xpress Kick your regular workout routine into high gear while riding to the beat of energy infused music. Experience a variety of class styles from intervals to real-road rides.

Deep H2O Use the water to improve your cardio, muscular endurance and flexibility without any jarring impact. Aquabelts will be provided. Participants must be comfortable being in the DEEP END.

Asana Interval This new twist on training incorporates intervals using your body weight, small equipment and yoga postures. You will experience a variety of formats of MIIT (moderate intensity interval training) for a total body and mind workout.

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Descriptions are great but seeing a video of the class is even better! Visit our YouTube channel to see our group fitness classes in action!


GROUP FITNESS CLASS DESCRIPTIONS Hard Core Stretch Increase your flexibility and muscular endurance with static and dynamic yoga poses which flow seamlessly from one to the next. Additional resistance may be added with dynabands.

Powerhouse Enjoy a total body workout and improve your muscular strength and endurance while using a variety of portable equipment and body weight exercises.

Power Circuit Build muscular strength and endurance with an easy to follow class that guides you through a cable machine circuit designed to hit every muscle group. Additional stations may be incorporated using body weight, medicine balls, stability balls, dynabands and more!

Power Circuit Tabata Build muscular strength and endurance with 20 seconds of work followed by 10 seconds of rest repeated 8 times for 6-8 sets. You will use cable machines, portable equipment and your body weight in a circuit that will challenge you to work hard and help you achieve your fitness goals.

Reebok Step Enjoy a cardio workout using Reebok step benches that will keep you on your toes with fun and easy-to-follow routines.

Shallow H2O Discover how the water’s natural buoyancy and resistance can provide an invigorating cardio and muscular endurance workout.

TRX Combo Experience a new level of body weight training using the TRX Suspension System complimented with portable equipment for a fun and effective workout that uses variety of movements and intervals to challenge your strength and stamina.

Ultimate Tabata Using a 2:1 ratio this HIIT (high intensity interval training) workout will challenge you to vigorously push your cardio, muscular strength and muscular endurance abilities. A variety of portable equipment and body weight exercises will be used.

LIVE WELL @ WORK U of M faculty and staff, try our facilities and group fitness programs for FREE!

May 28-June 1, 2018

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FACILITIES

FACILITIES

Over 1 million square feet of space is dedicated to fitness, sport and recreation at the University of Manitoba.

Fort Garry Campus Facility Locations and Hours of Operation HOURS OF OPERATION FOR:

FACILITY RENTALS

Active Living Centre & Frank Kennedy Centre 430 University Crescent

Many of our recreation facilities can be rented for private use. Please contact the Scheduling Coordinator at 204-474-6495 to inquire about rental opportunities and rates.

Monday-Friday: 6:00am-10:00pm Saturday: 8:00am-8:00pm Sunday: 8:00am-8:00pm T: 204-474-6100 Fax: 204-474-7503 Max Bell Centre (including Wayne Fleming Arena and James Daly Fieldhouse) 109 Sidney Smith Street Visit uofmactiveliving.ca for hours T: 204-474-8634 Investors Group Athletic Centre 75 Sidney Smith Street For hours of operation: T: 204-474-7131

ACCESSIBILITY The Sport & Recreation Facilities office of the Faculty of Kinesiology and Recreation Management strives to create spaces that are inclusive of all persons and treat all members of the community in an equitable manner. In working toward this goal, the Sport & Recreation Facilities office will strive to provide support for, and facilitate the accommodation of individuals with disabilities.

Never miss your favourite class again...EVER! With the Recreation Services app, you can add your favourite programs, including our group fitness classes, directly to your mobile calendar, set reminders and share with friends!

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In supporting this commitment, the new Active Living Centre is 100% accessible; the facility meets or exceeds the standards for accessible design as per guidelines set forth in the 2010 City of Winnipeg Accessibility Design Standards. *Please note that facility availability is subject to change due to special events or programming. Hours may also be adjusted in accordance with the University’s holiday closure schedule. For a complete list of closures visit the general information page at uofmactiveliving.ca.

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PROGRAMS

ADULT PROGRAMS

Challenge yourself and try something new! Recreation Services’ programs are a great way to learn and be active! Our programming mix includes a variety of activities suited for every taste and skill level with sessions starting in January, April, July and September. What are you waiting for? Register today and Get Active!

2018 Spring/Summer Programs Aging Actively

Aquatics

Climbing

Health Promotion

Martial Arts

Recreation

Our Goals and Philosophy

• We believe that recreation is essential to personal health and well-being.

• We believe that by participating in our programs and services, your confidence and self-discipline will increase and learning/trying something new will enhance the quality of your life.

• We believe that through participating in our programs and services individuals, families and our community will be stronger and healthier.

• We strive to offer programs that allow you to “be the best you” and leave you feeling rejuvenated, revived and refreshed.

Dance

Wellness

Group Training

Program Highlights

• All programs are offered in our state-of-the-art facilities

including the new Active Living Centre multi-purpose rooms.

• All instructors are experts in their fields and will provide a

• Our programs will provide quality activities that promote

a sense of community, social interaction and opportunities for stress relief.

Registrations and FAQ's Registration for both our spring and summer programs opens on March 8, 2018 at 12pm. Registration will be available in person or online. For more information on our programs including descriptions, pricing and how to register, visit our programs pages at uofmactiveliving.ca. Please note program participants must be 17 years of age or older.

professional, engaging and enjoyable learning experience.

• All equipment, unless otherwise noted at the time of registration, will be provided for your class.

• We create a safe, welcoming environment, where everyone belongs.

• Free parking weekday evenings and weekends.

20% OFF Recreation Services members receive up to 20% OFF Adult Instructional and Group Training programs. Member pricing will be displayed when available.

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AGING ACTIVELY

AGING ACTIVELY

Aging Actively programs are aimed at older adults and focus on a variety of activities that will develop balance, muscular strength and endurance, flexibility, cardiovascular endurance and social relationships.

Aging Actively Aquafitness

Aging Actively Resistance Training

Enjoy the buoyancy and resistance effects of water in this fun and refreshing exercise class. Both shallow and deep water workouts will provide cardio, muscular endurance and flexibility without any jarring impact.

Enjoy a social atmosphere while you work on general muscular conditioning (strength and endurance), flexibility, stability and balance; resulting in greater mobility and reduced injuries.

Dates: Mon, Wed & Fri | Apr 9-May 18 | 9:45-10:45am Duration: 18 Classes Cost: $99 / Member Price 20% off Location: Joyce Fromson Pool, Frank Kennedy Centre

Aging Actively Gentle Yoga This basic yoga experience will leave you feeling calm, refreshed and full of energy while challenging both your balance and flexibility to improve your quality of life.

Dates: Mon, Wed & Fri | Apr 9-May 18 | 8:30-9:30am Duration: 18 Classes Cost: $99 / Member Price 20% off Location: Dance Studio, Frank Kennedy Centre Dates: Mon & Wed | May 23-Jun 27 | 8:30-9:30am Duration: 11 Classes Cost: $60.50 / Member Price 20% off Location: Dance Studio, Frank Kennedy Centre

Dates: Tues & Thurs | Apr 10-May 17 | 9:00-10:00am Tues & Thurs | May 22-Jun 28 | 9:00-10:00am Duration: 12 Classes Cost: $66 / Member Price 20% off Location: Multi-Purpose Studio 264, Active Living Centre

REGISTRATION NOW OPEN

SENIORS’ ALUMNI LEARNING FOR LIFE PROGRAM

Don’t miss your chance to take part in our Spring 2018 series that explores new ideas and creates lively discussions with others who share your love of learning. For more information and to register, please visit umanitoba.ca/seniorsalumni or call 204-474-9946.

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AQUATICS

ADULT AQUATICS

The Aquatics programs are designed to allow for progression with classes focusing on stroke development and swimming techniques. These low-impact classes are an excellent form of exercise as they develop strength, endurance, and cardio.

Introduction to Swimming

Intermediate Swimming Lessons

It is never too late to learn how to swim. This course is for new swimmers and is designed to help participants progress at their own rate. The course will cover: basic floatation, movement and breathing skills and an introduction to swim strokes. Course will be primarily in the shallow end. Previous experience in the water is not necessary for participation in this course..

This class will help you learn the best technique for various strokes through a variety of drills and lots of feedback. Intermediate swimmers who are already familiar with front and back crawl are best suited for this class.

Dates: Mon | Apr 9-Jun 18 | 6:45-7:30pm Wed | Apr 11-Jun 13 | 6:45-7:30pm Fri | Apr 13-Jun 15 | 6:00-6:45pm Fri | Apr 13-Jun 15 | 7:30-8:15pm Sun | Apr 15-Jun 24 | 10:30-11:15am & 12:45-1:30pm Duration: 10 Classes Cost: $ 106 / Member Price $86 Location: Joyce Fromson Swimming Pool, Frank Kennedy Centre

Dates: Wed | Apr 11-Jun 13 | 6:00-6:45pm Fri | Apr 13-Jun 22 | 6:45-7:30pm Sun | Apr 15-Jun 24 | 11:15am-12:00pm Duration: 10 Classes Cost: $ 106 / Member Price $86 Location: Joyce Fromson Swimming Pool, Frank Kennedy Centre

Adult private and semi-private lessons are available for those who would like more personalized instruction. Please call 204-474-6100 for more information or visit the Mini U Programs website at miniu.ca

WE’RE MOBILE Being active just got easier. The Recreation Services mobile app can help to maximize your opportunities for being active by providing convenient access to our schedules and information whenever and wherever you need it. Learn more or download for FREE at uofmactiveliving.ca

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AQUATICS

Advanced Swimming Lessons

Aqua Zumba (Shallow End)

If you want to become an efficient swimmer in the water, this is the course for you. You will learn to maximize your swim workout to be able to swim further and faster with focus on proficiency and endurance. This class is designed for advanced swimmers who are looking for a 45-minute workout...

Have some fun in the shallow end of the pool and get energized with Zumba in the water while improving your cardiovascular endurance and toning your body.

Dates: Mon | Apr 9-Jun 18 | 6:00-6:45pm Sun | Apr 15-Jun 24 | 12:00-12:45pm Duration: 10 Classes Cost: $106 / Member Price $86 Location: Joyce Fromson Swimming Pool, Frank Kennedy Centre

Dates: Wed | Apr 25-Jun 27 | 7:35-8:20pm Duration: 10 Classes Cost: $64 / Member Price 20% off Location: Joyce Fromson Swimming Pool, Frank Kennedy Centre Dates: Wed | Jul 4-Aug 22 | 7:35-8:20pm Duration: 8 Classes Cost: $51.20 / Member Price 20% off Location: Joyce Fromson Swimming Pool, Frank Kennedy Centre

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CLIMBING

CLIMBING

Recreation Services offers a 35 ft. climbing wall with varying levels of difficulty and four auto-belays. The climbing classes are designed to allow for progression and teach fundamentals and advanced techniques. Climbing is an excellent way to challenge yourself mentally, get a full body workout and develop flexibility.

Climbing Orientation Orientation for basic climbing facility rules and safety. Includes instruction on how to properly use the auto-belay systems, basic climbing terminology and technique. All equipment is provided. Contact the Climbing Coordinator for availability at kori.cuthbert@umanitoba.ca | Cost: $20

Open Climb For individuals who wish to access the climbing wall, and have completed the climbing orientation course. The wall will be supervised by trained staff to ensure your safety. Open Climb schedule is available on our website and mobile app, and is subject to change. Location: Climbing Wall, Active Living Centre ONE TIME ACCESS: $13 / Member Price n/a 10-VISIT PACK: $85 / Member Price 20% off (inc. orientation) ALL-TERM PASS: $180 / Member Price 20% off (inc. orientation)

Climbing Fundamentals Whether you are a new climber or just need a refresher, this course will teach you how to climb safely and independently with a partner. The primary focus is on the fundamentals of top rope climbing, such as basic climbing knots, belay techniques, use of equipment, safety and communication. All necessary equipment is provided. Dates: Wed | May 16 | 7:00-10:00pm Wed | Jun 13 | 7:00-10:00pm Wed | Jul 11 | 7:00-10:00pm Duration: 1 Class Cost: $42 / Member Price 20% off Location: Climbing Wall, Active Living Centre

Additional Climbing Programs These programs are available upon request. Pricing will vary. To organize one of the following programs, contact the Climbing Coordinator at kori.cuthbert@umanitoba.ca.

Basic Outdoor Climbing Workshop Introduction to Sport Climbing Outdoor Climbing Workshop – Multi-Pitch Climbing ALC Climbing Wall Rental The ALC Climbing Wall is now available for private bookings. For more information, please contact the Climbing Coordinator at 204-474-9142 or at kori.cuthbert@umanitoba.ca. For birthday party inquires and pricing, please contact Luc Chapman at luc.chapman@umanitoba.ca. Climbing Equipment Rentals: Harness: $3 Shoes: $5.

SAVE THE DATE Climbing Competition on April 29th in the Active Living Centre.

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DANCE

DANCE

These high energy classes will teach you how to have fun and impress on any dance floor! Whether you are a novice or an advanced dancer, these classes cater to both partner and individual dances to improve awareness and coordination, cardiovascular endurance and your confidence on the dance floor.

Social Ballroom Dance - Beginner

Hip Hop

Do you have social or wedding events to attend this spring or summer and are worried about what to do on the dance floor? This class is for you! We will learn the basics of cha-cha, jive, rumba, social foxtrot and waltz, which will cover a majority of dance music. Lead and follow numbers cannot be guaranteed. Instructed by Horace Luong, Associate Member of the Canadian Dancesport Federation.

Hip Hop dance blends today’s high energy “street style” movement and “house or club” dance variations into a challenging and fun workout. No class May 21.

Dates: Wed | Apr 25-Jun 27 | 6:45-8:00pm Duration: 10 Classes Cost: Individual: $106.50 / Member Price: 20% off Pair: $170 / Member Price 20% off Location: Wellness Studio, Frank Kennedy Centre

Ballroom Dance - Intermediate This class is for those who have taken the beginner ballroom dance class or have previous ballroom dance experience. Instruction will focus more on technique and advanced steps to two or three dances, to be decided by the class. Lead and follow numbers cannot be guaranteed. Instructed by Horace Luong, Associate Member of the Canadian Dancesport Federation.. Dates: W  ed | Apr 25-Jun 27 | 8:00-9:15pm Duration: 10 Classes Cost: Individual: $106.50 / Member Price 20% off Pair: $170 / Member Price 20% off Location: Wellness Studio, Frank Kennedy Centre

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Dates: Mon | Apr 23-Jun 25 | 7:30-8:30pm Duration: 9 Classes Cost: $76.50 / Member Price 20% off Location: Wellness Studio, Frank Kennedy Centre

K-Pop The Korean craze is at the U of M! Each class is full of fun and laughter as you learn the choreography from to various K-Pop music videos. No class June 14. Dates: Thurs | Apr 26-Jun 28 | 7:45-8:45pm Duration: 9 Classes Cost: $76.50 / Member Price 20% off Location: Wellness Studio, Frank Kennedy Centre

Zumba Zumba is a high energy, Latin inspired dance fitness class that will have you dancing to a variety of rhythms. There are no rules except to have fun and sweat as you get lost in the music and express yourself! Ditch the gym workout and join the dance party! Dates: Tues | Apr 24-Jun 26 | 7:15-8:15pm Duration: 10 Classes Cost: $95/ Member Price 20% off Location: Multi-purpose Studio 268, Active Living Centre


GROUP TRAINING

GROUP TRAINING

Discover the power of a group setting to increase your fitness knowledge and abilities. Group Training programs will educate you on technique and workout strategies as well as provide opportunities to improve your fitness levels and training confidence.

Body Training Camp (Women Only)

Women On Weights

Join our Certified Trainers for a variety of challenging and effective basic training camp moves using “The Rig� - a multi station, functional exercise workout centre. Training will target your strength, endurance and power with kettlebells, medicine balls, battling ropes, heavy bags, free weights, monkey bars and more.

In this educational program you will learn about the benefits of various exercises; how to use resistance training equipment properly; how to develop a workout program to meet your goals; and experience improvements in your confidence in the weight room.

Dates: Tues | April 24-Jun 26 | 6:30-7:30pm Duration: 10 Classes Cost: $67.50 / Member Price 20% off Location: Active Living Centre

Dates: Wed | Apr 25-May 30 | 6:00-7:00pm Duration: 6 Classes Cost: $45 / Member Price 20% off Location: Active Living Centre

Small Group Training Looking for a more personal approach to your training? Want to be active with your friend or partner? Need some guidance to challenge yourself in a group environment? Small Group Training is the answer! This format allows the instructor to support and guide both individuals and the group in learning correct technique, mastering new skills and enhancing capacity. A variety of training formats and portable equipment will be used including Heart Rate Monitors. Dates: Wed | Apr 25-Jun 27 | 5:00-6:00pm Duration: 10 Classes Cost: Individual $115 / Member Price 20% off Pair: $185 / Member Price 20% off Location: Multi-Purpose Studio 268, Active Living Centre

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HEALTH PROMOTION

HEALTH PROMOTION

Learn how physical activity and nutrition play a role in optimizing your health and improving your quality of life. All health promotion programs are designed to empower you to gain control over your health so you can reach your goals by creating and maintaining a healthy, active lifestyle.

Exercise Health Sense Learn how to safely and effectively be active with (or without) a chronic disease such as type 2 diabetes or cardiovascular disease. This session will provide practical and meaningful insight that will motivate you to move forward in your wellness journey. You will learn the basics about exercise, personalized ways of implementing an exercise program, and resources/facilities in your community. Please come in attire that will be comfortable for brief walking or wheeling on our indoor track. The session will led by a CSEP Certified Exercise Physiologist from the Faculty of Kinesiology & Recreation Management. Please contact Alex Edye-Mazowita at 204-474-7858 or eim@umanitoba.ca to register, or visit www.tinyurl.com/exercisehealthsense for more information. No class May 21. Dates: Tues | May 8 | 6:00-8:00pm Wed | July 11 | 6:00-8:00pm Duration: 1 Class Cost: Free Location: Applied Research Centre Boardroom (220 Active Living Centre)

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MARTIAL ARTS

MARTIAL ARTS

The martial arts classes are designed to promote progression and development for both beginner and experienced participants. Depending on the discipline, participants will learn take downs, throws, strikes, self-defense and joint locks. Whether a beginner or experienced athlete, all will reap the benefits of the program as they focus on muscular strength and endurance, core, flexibility, concentration and cardio.

Aikido

Capoeira

Aikido is a Japanese martial art that emphasizes effective body movement, throws, and joint locks. The club follows the traditional training of Hombu Dojo, the world Aikido centre in Tokyo, Japan. No class May 21 and August 6.

Capoeira is a Brazilian martial art that combines elements of dance, martial arts and music to create a fun fitness experience that will improve your strength, endurance and flexibility. This workout is not simply an everyday martial art, but a lifestyle and a culture that everyone can enjoy! Instructor Paulo Albuquerque (Mestre Indio) is a three-time Brazilian Capoeira champion and the only Capoeira Mestre in Manitoba. No class June 14.

Dates: Mon & Wed | Apr 9-Jun 30 | 6:00-7:15pm/4:15-5:30pm Duration: 35 Classes Cost: $201.25 / Member Price 20% off Location: Combatives Room, Frank Kennedy Centre Dates: Mon & Wed | Jul 4-Aug 29 | 6:00-7:15pm Duration: 16 Classes Cost: $92 / Member Price 20% off Location: Combatives Room, Frank Kennedy Centre

Boxing For Fitness Boxing is a great workout! You will learn the basics of punching and then use this technique in a ton of fun, high intensity workout drills and circuits. Discover your ‘inner boxer’ and improve your general conditioning, power, core strength, coordination, as well as learn how to throw a punch! No class June 14. Dates: Tues & Thurs | Apr 24-Jun 28 | 5:00-6:00pm Duration: 19 Classes Cost: $161.50 / Member Price 20% off Location: Multi-Purpose Studio 274, Active Living Centre

Dates: Tues & Thurs | Apr 24-Jun 28 | 7:30-8:45pm Duration: 19 Classes Cost: $166.25 / Member Price 20% off Location: Multi-Purpose Studio 264, Active Living Centre

Jiu Jitsu This modernized style of Japanese Jiu Jitsu is fully adapted to present-day situations where a practical and effective system of self-defence is required. Students will study techniques that are a combination of throws, take-downs, grappling, striking, and joint control. Sensei Barry Hill is the head instructor of Buke Do Jiu Jitsu and he holds his 4th Dan rank. No class June 14. Dates: Tues & Thurs | Apr 10-Jun 28 | 8:15-9:45pm Duration: 23 Classes Cost: $196.65 / Member Price 20% off Location: Combatives Room, Frank Kennedy Centre

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MARTIAL ARTS Judo

Offenberger Muay Thai: Level 1

In the sport of Judo you will acquire basic and advanced techniques (throws and mat work). The program is geared for both competitors and recreational participants and is instructed by Moe Oye , Eighth Degree Judo Black Belt. No class May 21 and August 6.

OMT Level 1 will introduce you to the basic skills and training of Muay Thai and kickboxing. You will receive an intense cardio workout, with plenty of strength and endurance training. This class is designed to increase your overall athleticism and coordination, plus improve your Muay Thai skills. Level 1 classes are designed for beginners, and new athletes can join any time throughout the session. No class June 14.

Dates: Mon, Wed & Sat | Apr 9-Jun 30 | 7:30-9:30pm/12:30-3:00pm Duration: 35 Classes Cost: $215.25 / Member Price 20% off Location: Combatives Room, Frank Kennedy Centre Dates: Mon, Wed & Sat | Jul 4-Sep 1 | 7:30-9:30pm/12:30-3:00pm Duration: 25 Classes Cost: $153.75 / Member Price 20% off Location: Combatives Room, Frank Kennedy Centre

Karate This course will cover both the traditional and sport aspects of Karate. Each student will be able to improve at their own pace. Focus will be on self-defence while improving physical strength, agility, flexibility, concentration and balance. Head instructor Mullai Manickavalli is a 4th Dan Black Belt and is currently the highest ranking Wado-ryu practitioner in Manitoba. No class May 21 and June 14. Dates: Mon & Thurs | Apr 23-Jun 28 | 5:00-6:00pm Duration: 18 Classes Cost: $144 / Member Price 20% off Location: Multi-Purpose Studio 274, Active Living Centre (M) & Combatives Room (Th), Frank Kennedy Centre

Dates: Tues & Thurs | Apr 10-Jun 28 | 8:00-9:15pm Duration: 23 Classes Cost: $235.75 / Member Price 20% off Location: Multi-Purpose Studio 274, Active Living Centre Dates: Tues & Thurs | Jul 3-Aug 30 | 8:00-9:15pm Duration: 18 Classes Cost: $184.50 / Member Price 20% off Location: Multi-Purpose Studio 274, Active Living Centre

Offenberger Muay Thai: Level 2 This class is for those participants who have previously participated in the beginner class and are looking for advanced instruction, increased skill development and a challenging cardio workout. Participants will require additional equipment to participate in some of the class activities. No class June 14. Dates: Tues & Thurs | Apr 10-Jun 28 | 6:45-8:00pm Duration: 23 Classes Cost: $235.75 / Member Price 20% off Location: Combatives Room, Frank Kennedy Centre Dates: Tues & Thurs | Jul 3-Aug 30 | 6:45-8:00pm Duration: 18 Classes Cost: $184.50 / Member Price 20% off Location: Combatives Room, Frank Kennedy Centre

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RECREATION

RECREATION

Recreation programs include a variety of classes geared to those who want to learn a new activity or who want develop their existing skills for lifetime activities and sports. Classes are designed to accommodate various levels of participants from the beginner to the advanced.

Introduction to Tennis

Intermediate to Tennis

This course will get you outside this summer on brand new tennis courts. You will learn basic skills, rules, scoring and game strategy of tennis. Participants will need to bring their own racquets, but other equipment will be available. Participants should dress for the weather, as classes will only be cancelled due to severe conditions.

This course will get you outside this summer on brand new tennis courts. This course is for participants who are looking to advance their skills and game strategy. Participants will need to bring their own racquets, but other equipment will be available. Participants should dress for the weather, as classes will only be cancelled due to severe conditions.

Dates: Tues | May 22-Jun 26 | 5:00-6:00pm Duration: 6 Classes Cost: $57 / Member Price 20% off Location: Outdoor Tennis Courts, Fort Garry Campus Dates: Tues | Jul 10-Aug 14 | 5:00-6:00pm Duration: 6 Classes Cost: $57 / Member Price 20% off Location: Outdoor Tennis Courts, Fort Garry Campus

Dates: Tues | May 22-Jun 26 | 6:00-7:00pm Duration: 6 Classes Cost: $57 / Member Price 20% off Location: Outdoor Tennis Courts, Fort Garry Campus Dates: Tues | Jul 10-Aug 14 | 6:00-7:00pm Duration: 6 Classes Cost: $57 / Member Price 20% off Location: Outdoor Tennis Courts, Fort Garry Campus

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RECREATION Kayaking 1

Kayaking 3

Whether you are a new boat owner or simply want to learn the basics of kayaking, this course is for you. This program will develop a strong foundation of paddling skills and prepare you for a lifetime of paddling adventures. All equipment is provided (excluding swimming attire).

If you are ready to take your paddling to the edge of white water, or would simply like to avoid the wet exit the next time you fall over, this class is for you. Learn advanced bracing techniques and the infamous roll maneuver. All equipment is provided (excluding swimming attire).

Dates: Sun | Apr 29 & May 6 | 4:45-6:45pm Duration: 2 Classes Cost: $59 / Member Price 20% off Location: Joyce Fromson Pool, Frank Kennedy Centre

Dates: Sun | Jun 3 & 10 | 4:45-6:45pm Duration: 2 Classes Cost: $59 / Member Price 20% off Location: Joyce Fromson Pool, Frank Kennedy Centre

Kayaking 2

Paddling Drop In

Already have a strong foundation of paddling skills? Take the next step and become a confident, self-reliant paddler. This program includes advanced paddling skills and self-rescue techniques. All equipment is provided (excluding swimming attire).

Join our kayaking instructor Brett, for some open paddle and roll practice. A limited number of kayaks are available or you can bring your own play boat. Please make sure to clean your boat before bringing it to the pool.

Dates: Sun | May 13 & 27 | 4:45-6:45pm Duration: 2 Classes Cost: $59 / Member Price 20% off Location: Joyce Fromson Pool, Frank Kennedy Centre

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Dates: Sat | May 12 | 5:00-7:00pm Sat | Jun 16 | 5:00-7:00pm Duration: 1 Class Cost: $19 / Member Price 20% off Location: Joyce Fromson Pool, Frank Kennedy Centre


WELLNESS

WELLNESS

These classes are designed to rejuvenate the body and mind through various types of Yoga and Pilates workouts. Connecting the mind and body, core and breath, as well as movement and balance is the focus and challenge of these workouts.

Barre

Intermediate Mat / BOSU Pilates

Get results with the latest workout! The Barre experience is a fusion of dance, Pilates, Yoga and resistance training using exercises to target and tone specific muscle groups to sculpt your entire body.

Flat on one side and domed on the other, the unstable nature of the BOSU increases the challenge of your workout. By combining the BOSU and the STOTT pilates movements, you will be able to gain core strength, reinforce balance and improve stability. Previous pilates experience is strongly recommended. Modifications for those with prior injuries and physical accommodations are available.

Dates: Wed | Apr 25-Jun 27 | 6:10-7:10pm Duration: 10 Classes Cost: $95 ⁄ Member Price 20% off Location: Multi-Purpose Studio 274, Active Living Centre Dates: Wed | Jul 4-Aug 29 | 6:10-7:10pm Duration: 9 Classes Cost: $85.50 ⁄ Member Price 20% off Location: Multi-Purpose Studio 274, Active Living Centre

Core Flow Yoga This practice will lengthen and strengthen the muscles that create a solid foundation for your core. You will experience how breath can engage your deep abdominal muscles as you flow through yoga poses that activate and condition your core, as well as deep stretching and strengthening of the muscles that support your core to achieve maximal benefit. No class June 14. Dates: Thurs | Apr 26-Jun 28 | 4:45-5:45pm Duration: 9 Classes Cost: $85.50 / Member Price 20% off Location: Multi-Purpose Studio 264, Active Living Centre Dates: Thurs | Jul 5-Aug 30 | 4:45-5:45pm Duration: 9 Classes Cost: $85.50 / Member Price 20% off Location: Multi-Purpose Studio 264, Active Living Centre

Dates: Tues | Apr 24-Jun 26 | 6:10-7:10pm Duration: 10 Classes Cost: $102.50 / Member Price 20% off Location: Multi-Purpose Studio 264, Active Living Centre

Mat Pilates Mat Pilates, specifically the STOTT techniques, will help you to build core strength and improve your posture and balance. Exercises will be focused on stretching and strengthening muscles through a variety of sequenced movements. Modifications are available for those with previous injuries or physical limitations. Introduction of the BOSU will also be incorporated in this class. All equipment is provided but you are welcome to bring your own mat. Dates: Tues | Apr 24-Jun 26 | 5:00-6:00pm Duration: 10 Classes Cost: $102.50 / Member Price 20% off Location: Multi-Purpose Studio 264, Active Living Centre Dates: Tues | Jul 3-Aug 28 | 5:00-6:00pm Duration: 9 Classes Cost: $92.25 / Member Price 20% off Location: Multi-Purpose Studio 264, Active Living Centre

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Plasma TV’s Versus Live Saving Proteins from Blood Plasma These days we all know about plasma televisions, but not everyone knows about the vital live saving proteins that are harvested from human blood plasma. Human plasma is a vital starting material for the manufacture of many life-saving drugs. It is the clear, straw-colored liquid portion of blood that remains after red blood cells, white blood cells, platelets and other cellular components are removed. It is the single largest component of human blood containing about 90% water, as well as salts, enzymes, antibodies and other proteins. Plasma is collected from healthy donors using a process called plasmapheresis where the donor’s blood is separated using a spinning membrane to separate the liquid portion (plasma) from the blood cells like red blood cells, lymphocytes and platelets. The cellular parts are returned to the donors and the plasma is collected, tested and shipped to be fractionated into drugs. Most North American plasma is collected from donors that are compensated for their time associated with donation which can range from one to three hours. Because the blood cells are given back at each donation, donors can donate up to twice every 7 days with at least one day between donations, as the body can quickly replace the plasma proteins. Obviously only healthy people, that are free in infections, can donate. They help produce therapies that treat people with rare, chronic diseases and disorders such as primary immunodeficiency, hemophilia and a genetic lung disease, as well as in the treatment of trauma, burns and shock. For example, Immune Globulin Intravenous (IGIV) is used to treat a wide array of diseases and can only be made from a large number of plasma donors. Its use in Canada is growing steadily at over 5% a year so demand for plasma is also growing. As a consequence, the blood operators have to import up to 70% of it plasma or plasma products from outside the country. Did you know that a large number of patients depend on protein therapies derived from human plasma and blood donors in Canada? For example:

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• 1200 plasma donations are required to treat one patient with hemophilia, a bleeding disorder. • 130 donations to treat one patient with primary immunodeficiency, condition where people can not make functional antibodies to fight infections. • 900 donations are required to treat one alpha-1 patient, a disorder that affects the lungs. They typically require on-going infusions throughout their lives as they are chronic diseases so plasma is always required. Next time you sit down in front of your plasma TV please think about that other plasma and the need to donate your time if you are healthy and want to save lives. Bill Bees, VP Plasma Technologies, Prometic Plasma Resources Inc. Bill Bees, VP PLASMA TECHNOLOGIES, PROMETIC PLASMA RESOURCES

204-275-4630 www.plasma.prometic.com


PERSONAL TRAINING & ASSESSMENTS

PERSONAL TRAINING & ASSESSMENTS

Recreation Services provides the highest quality of personal training, counselling and fitness assessments. Our comprehensive services will assist you in defining your current state of fitness, improving on areas of weakness and enhancing areas of strength. A safe, effective and individualized program can be developed according to your needs, interests and goals. All of our staff are certified through the Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology (CSEP) as Certified Personal Trainers (CPT’s) or Certified Exercise Physiologists (CEP’s).

Personal Training Only - no assessments included. *If you are new to our personal training services we recommend beginning with a Starter, Jump Start or Getting Started package. Options

Description

Who this is for

Non-member

Member

1 PT

1 hour of personal training *only for current/returning clients

If you're looking for a new workout or a touch up on your current program, this is for you.

$59

$50

3 PT

3 hours of personal training

This is perfect for someone who wants help getting started with a variety of exercises and workouts.

$144

$120

6 hours of personal training

If you want to work with someone more extensively to make sure you are executing the program properly and progressing the way you want.

$273

$228

12 hours of personal training

This is ideal for people who want regular contact with a trainer to maximize their results. $528 This allows you to keep progressing safely and have regular updates to your program.

$441

6 PT

12 PT

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PERSONAL TRAINING & ASSESSMENTS Good for those new to exercise, beginners, and those who exercise for health and general fitness benefits.

Good for those with performance goals, taking their exercise to the next level, recreational or elite athletes. Services are performed by a Certified Exercise Physiologist.

All Inclusive Packages – Assessment & Personal Training Options

Starter

Jump Start

Getting Started

The Works Plus

Peak Performance

Description

Who this is for

Non-member

Member

½ hr consultation + 1 PT session

People who need help getting started with an exercise plan. A starter workout and guidelines will be provided based on your goals, exercise history and preferences.

$80

$68

1/2 hour consultation + 3 PT sessions

People who need help getting started with an exercise plan and extra time with a personal trainer. A program and guidelines will be provided based on your goals, exercise history and preferences.

$189

$158

Consultation and Healthy Fitness Assessment + 1 PT session. The assessment includes basic body composition, muscular strength, endurance, power, flexibility and balance as well as a submaximal aerobic test which predicts your aerobic fitness. All results are interpreted and compared to Canadian age and gender norms.

People who want to measure their current fitness, strengths and weaknesses, along with a consultation to help shape their exercise program and a training session to ensure proper execution of your plan.

$132

$111

Consultation, Assessment + 1 PT session. The assessment includes: In-depth Body Composition (including % body fat and metabolic rate), assessment of muscular strength, endurance, power, flexibility and balance, plus a VO2 max test using direct gas analysis through maximal intensity exercise to measure aerobic fitness. All results are interpreted and compared to Canadian age and gender norms.

If you want a comprehensive assessment of your current health and fitness plus some one-on-one time with a trainer to guide your exercise program, this is the right package for you.

$216

$180

Goal related testing (aerobic or anaerobic assessment, muscular strength, endurance and power), Functional Movement Analysis, In-depth Body Composition (including % body fat and metabolic rate), Resting Metabolic Rate, 8 week program design and 10 hours of personal training.

This package has it all! Specific test selection based on your individual goals related to all components of fitness, daily calorie needs for changes in body composition along with our most comprehensive program design and ongoing personal training.

$686

$580

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PERSONAL TRAINING & ASSESSMENTS Assessments Only - no personal training included Options

Description

Who this is for

Non-member

Member

Healthy Fitness Assessment

General fitness assessment which includes basic body composition, muscular strength, endurance, power flexibility and balance as well as a submaximal aerobic test which predicts your aerobic fitness.

Anyone who wants to establish baseline fitness or track their progress. This can help assess the effectiveness of your current exercise program or give you direction in your training.

$78

$65

For someone who wants a detailed analysis of their body composition, including what $60 proportion of their mass is lean and fat mass and how it is distributed on your body.

$50

For those who want to thoroughly document their body composition progress before and after a training program.

$98

$82

VO2 max is the gold standard in aerobic fitness assessment. Using direct gas analysis through maximal intensity aerobic exercise we will determine your maximal heart rate, maximal oxygen consumption as well as outline your heart rate and pace specific training zones.

Ideal for someone interested in personal performance or who wants a more precise exercise prescription whether for performance or health. Also a good way to assess the results of your program when taken pre and post.

$102

$85

Consultation + Assessment. The assessment includes: In-depth body composition (including % body fat and metabolic rate), assessment of muscular strength, endurance, power, flexibility and balance, plus a VO2 max test using direct gas analysis through maximal intensity exercise to measure aerobic fitness. All results are interpreted and compared to Canadian age and gender norms.

If you want a comprehensive assessment of your current health and fitness this is the package for you.

$174

$145

FMA will evaluate body alignment, muscle imbalance, movement deficiencies, limitations or asymmetries through a series of seven movement tests that require a balance of mobility and stability. Recommendations will be provided based on results to help correct deficiencies or imbalances.

This assessment is useful for everyone. Improved functional movement can reduce stress on the body, prevent injury, regain proper movement patterns, increase body awareness, and increase the effects of training and conditioning.

$78

$65

In-depth body composition including Body % body fat and metabolic rate along with Composition interpretation/guidance regarding training Assessment and body composition goals. All results will be compared to Canadian age and gender norms or sport specific norms. Body Composition Two in-depth body composition assessments Assessment - at two different time periods (recommended minimum of 8 weeks between assessments). Pre & Post

VO2 max

The Works

Functional Movement Analysis

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TRAINING & CERTIFICATIONS

TRAINING & CERTIFICATIONS

Recreation Services will train and certify YOU! Take your first step toward learning how to save a life, teaching group fitness classes, or becoming a lifeguard. We have accredited courses taught by qualified instructors to get you certified today!

OCCUPATIONAL TESTING The University of Manitoba provides physical occupational testing for the Winnipeg Police Service and Auxiliary Cadets, Winnipeg Fire & Paramedics, Manitoba Conservation, Canada Border Services Agency and many more organizations. We can also work with your employees to ensure that staff is physically able to meet the demands of their position prior to employment or as an assessment to monitor their current abilities. For more info, email occupational.testing@umanitoba.ca or call 204-474-6476

Law Enforcement Conditioning Camp This training camp will help potential law enforcement professionals to prepare for and improve their chances of successful completion of the WPS-PAT, COPAT, PARE and other law enforcement tests. It includes cardio interval training, core training, techniques on push-pull machine, plyometrics and working specifically with elements required for any law enforcement testing. Dates: W  ed | Apr 11-May 16 | 7:30-8:45pm Wed | May 23-Jun 27 | 7:30-8:45pm Duration: 6 Classes Cost: $90 / Member Price: 20% off Location: Multi-Purpose Studio 274, Active Living Centre

Manitoba Fitness Council Courses

Exercise Theory

Have you ever thought about teaching fitness classes? Here is your chance! We offer fitness leadership development courses recognized by the Manitoba Fitness Council (MFC), the largest fitness leader certification association in Manitoba. Course instructors are certified MFC Fitness Leader Trainers and content meets the NFLA (National Fitness Leadership Alliance) Performance Standards for Fitness Leaders.

Learn the basic theory behind exercise classes, which includes fitness and lifestyle, anatomy, physiology, exercise analysis, biomechanics, basic nutrition and exercise design. This will give you the knowledge to proceed to the practical courses.

Certification Options: Step 1: Exercise Theory (Pre-requisite) Step 2: Group Exercise Fundamentals (Pre-requisite) Step 3: Group Choreography & Step / Group Cycling / Group Sport Conditioning Step 1: Exercise Theory (Pre-requisite ) Step 2: Aquatic Fitness / Resistance Training / Yoga Fitness Step 1: Exercise Theory (Pre-requisite ) Step 2: Resistance Training (Pre-requisite ) Step 3: Individual Fitness Leader

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Dates: Fri-Sun | Apr 20-22 | 6:00-10:00pm & 9:00am-5:00pm Cost: $210 + $115 (manual) Location: Room 136, Frank Kennedy Centre

Group Exercise Fundamentals This course is a pre-requisite to the following: GROUP CYCLING, CHOREOGRAPHY & STEP and SPORT CONDITIONING. It covers topics specific to leading group exercise classes including leadership, positive environments, communication and cuing, class components, training principles, music, safety and risk management, monitoring intensity and exercise analysis. Dates: Sat | May 5 | 9:00am-5:00pm Cost: $84 + $133 (manual) Location: Room 133, Frank Kennedy Centre

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TRAINING & CERTIFICATIONS

All CPR courses are Canadian Red Cross certified (unless otherwise noted) and are taught with a maximum of 12 participants to one instructor. Participation in learning practical skills is required. All materials are provided and included in the price of the course. *Re-certification courses are no longer recognized by Manitoba Workplace Heath & Safety and therefore will no longer be offered at our facility. Please select the full course below that best fits your needs.

Group Sport Conditioning This practical course will cover specific information for planning and developing muscular conditioning, circuit training and HIIT (high intensity interval training) classes. Topics include use of portable equipment, class structure and content, planning, class components, music, movement options, cuing and communication. PRE-REQUISITE: Group Exercise Fundamentals or Group Fitness. Dates: Sat | May 12 | 9:00am-5:00pm Cost: $84 + $21 (manual) Location: Multi-Purpose Studio 274, Active Living Centre

Emergency First Aid with CPR level C Emergency First Aid includes first aid components and CPR-Level C certification. This is a basic one-day course, offering lifesaving first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) skills for the workplace or home. Course content includes: • • • • • • •

Preparing to respond The EMS system Check, Call, Care Airway emergencies Breathing and Circulation emergencies First aid for respiratory and cardiac arrest Wound care

Dates: Sat | Jun 9 | 9:30am-5:30pm Duration: 1 Class Cost: $95 Location: MPS 268, Active Living Centre

Standard First Aid with CPR Level C Comprehensive two-day course offering first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) skills for those who need training due to work requirements or who want more knowledge to respond to emergencies at home. Course content may include:· • Airway emergencies • Breathing and Circulation emergencies • First aid for respiratory and cardiac arrest • Wound care • Head and spine injuries • Bone, muscle and joint injuries • Sudden Medical & Environment Emergencies • Poisons Dates: S at/Sun | Jun 2 & 3 | 9:30-5:30pm Duration: 2 Classes Cost: $145 Location: MPS 268, Active Living Centre This course examines all items from a Standard First Aid course and addresses core material such as adult and pediatric CPR (including two-rescuer scenarios, foreign-body airway obstruction, and automated external defibrillator (AED) use.

NATIONAL LIFEGUARD AWARD AND RECERTIFICATION COURSES NL Award is the nationally recognized lifeguard certification and is the final step to becoming a lifeguard. The full course is offered on Sunday afternoons in the Winter session. Course recertification is also available. For all course details please go to miniu.ca.

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REC CLUBS

REC CLUBS

A REC Club is a group that voluntarily organizes to further their common interests in activity through participation and competition. REC Clubs offer an exciting and healthy opportunity to be active in an energetic environment.

Rec Clubs Rec Clubs are operated by University of Manitoba students. If you are new to the Club program please contact the respective Club executive before you register. Rec Club contact information can be found on the Club website at uofmactiveliving.ca along with details such as location, dates and times and membership fees. For general information about Rec Clubs, please call 204-474-6621 or email recclubs@umanitoba.ca.

2018 Spring/Summer REC Clubs Badminton

Tennis

Climbing

Volleyball

Soccer

Wresting

Table Tennis

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UM LEAGUES

UM LEAGUES

Game on! The University of Manitoba leagues are open to all U of M students, faculty and staff and the general public.

University of Manitoba Leagues

(UMSL) 2018 Registration Fees

The University of Manitoba offers 2 competitive, recreational leagues in Hockey in the fall & winter and Co-ed Outdoor Soccer in the summer. We accept team registrations only, however if you are looking to join a team, we provide the opportunity for individuals to be connected with registered teams who are in need of players. UM Leagues strive to offer a great sports experience for the recreational athlete.

Option 1 (one-time payment): $2225/team GST included Option 2 installment plan and includes a $25 fee):

University of Manitoba Soccer League (UMSL)

University of Manitoba Hockey League (UMHL)

The UMSL is a recreational, co-ed soccer league played on the Outdoor Turf Fields at the Fort Garry Campus. Games will be played on Mondays-Fridays & Sundays with four games per evening. The season runs from May to September.

Registration information for the 2018-2019 fall/winter season will be available in June 2018 online at umleagues.ca.

We are currently accepting new teams!

1st Installment: $1137.50 2nd Installment: $1112.50 Total: $2250/team GST included

*In addition to registration fees, all teams are required to pay a $200 refundable team default deposit

For more information on the University of Manitoba hockey and soccer leagues, please call 204-474-6621 or visit us online at uofmactiveliving.ca.

New Team registration for the University of Manitoba Soccer League (UMSL) begins on Wednesday, March 14 at 10am and ends on Friday, April 13 at 5pm, or when the league has reached capacity. All registration information, including the registration package, will be available at uofmactiveliving.ca. Registrations for new teams are accepted on a first come, first served basis. Registration will be considered complete when the registration form, league fees, and team default deposit payments have all been received.

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