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RECREATION SERVICES | WINTER 2020

Be Active. Live Better.


TABLE OF CONTENTS Membership Information................................................3 Group Fitness Classes....................................................7 Facility Information......................................................10 Registered Programs...................................................11 Aging Actively..............................................................12 Aquatics......................................................................13 Climbing......................................................................15 Dance..........................................................................16 Martial Arts Training Academy.....................................18 Mind-Body..................................................................21 Recreation...................................................................24 Services Nutrition......................................................................25 Personal Training & Assessments.................................26 Training & Certifications...............................................29

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Sports & Clubs Intramural Sports.........................................................30

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Rec Clubs....................................................................31

HOURS OF OPERATION FOR: Active Living Centre & Frank Kennedy Centre 430 University Crescent Monday-Friday: 6 AM-10 PM Saturday: 8 AM-8 PM Sunday: 8 AM-8 PM 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 December Break: Dec. 23, 8 AM-8 PM CLOSED December 24 & 25 Dec 26 -Dec 30, 8 AM-8 PM Dec. 31, 8 AM-4 PM CLOSED January 1 Regular hours resume Jan 2

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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 square 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 state-of-the-art Active Living Centre boasts over 1,300 units of equipment and accessories and is the largest facility of its kind in Winnipeg!

TAKE ADVANTAGE OF YOUR MEMBERSHIP! Group Fitness Included with your membership, our group fitness programs are a great way for you to be active all week long. We've designed the schedule with a diverse selection of classes offered at a variety of times to make it easy for you to add this to your routine. Try one today!

Consult with our certified fitness attendants Our certified fitness staff are here to help you. If you would like a tour or have questions about our equipment or your workout, drop by and speak to one of our attendants. What do we mean by Certified? 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.

Active Living Centre Workout at your own pace, or with one of our certified fitness trainers in the state-of-the-art Active Living Centre. Boasting natural light and a 38, 000 sq.-ft. fitness floor, you will find everything you need from cardio and resistance training to free weights and a 200-metre running track.

Strong Start Program

Access to all of our facilities Whether you want to go for a swim, be active outside or indoors, with a group or on your own, we offer a wide range of facilities that can meet all of your activity needs. Check out what we have to offer on our Facilities page (p14).

Our Member Ambassador and Fitness Attendants will get you started on the right track, armed with all the knowledge and tools to get the most out of your membership! FREE consultation, Active Living Centre orientation, and other resources included. To sign up for your consultation email memberships@umanitoba.ca

At the University of Manitoba, we are committed to equity of access and opportunity for all members, U of M students, faculty and staff. We welcome you to a diverse and inclusive environment where everyone–from all backgrounds and perspectives–is respected, valued, and can enjoy an exceptional experience.

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

1

2

3

1000

UNITS OF FREE WEIGHTS AND ACCESSORIES

200

METRE INDOOR TRACK FOR RUNNING AND WALKING

100+

UNITS OF CARDIO EQUIPMENT

120+

UNITS OF STRENGTH AND RESISTANCE EQUIPMENT

50+

WEEKLY GROUP FITNESS CLASSES WITH CERTIFIED INSTRUCTORS

•M  ember discounts on adult programs, and personal

training/assessments with our CSEP certified trainers •D  esignated Women's Only and Trans/Non-Binary

/Ally time in our spaces •F  ree Strong Start orientation and consult

with certified fitness staff

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• Drop-in recreation time for pool, courts,

gyms and ice rink • L arge, accessible locker rooms with showers • Free parking weekday evenings and weekends • Rental sports equipment • Free Preva and Mywellness user accounts • Free WiFi


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 U of M Students

Please see bottom of page for more information.

U of M Staff

$221

$55.25

$294

$36.75

$366

$30.50

U of M Alumni

$252

$63.00

$336

$42.00

$420

$35.00

Adult (ages 25-59)

$375

$93.75

$500

$62.50

$624

$52.00

Dependent (ages 6-14)*

$79

$19.75

$106

$13.25

$132

$11.00

Youth (ages 15-17)

$205

$51.25

$274

$34.25

$342

$28.50

Intermediate (ages 1824)

$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

$274

$34.25

$342

$28.50

Corporate**

$281

$70.25

$375

$47.00

$468

$39.00

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 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. An administration fee of $25 (per adult membership) is required to activate a monthly payment plan. Payroll Deduction U of M 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.

No hidden fees or enrollment charges for membership. All prices subject to GST. *Must join and use with an adult. **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 & TOWEL SERVICE Keeping you fresh after your workout! LOCKER

PRICE/MONTH

TOWEL

PRICE/MONTH

Full

$15.50

1 towel

$8

Half

$10.50

2 towels

$12

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

UNIVERSITY OF MANITOBA STUDENTS As a student of the U of M, you have access to all Recreation Services facilities through the Sport and Recreation Fee. The fee supports the U of M 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.

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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. 10-Visit Flex Pass $99 for 10 visits! Our new flex pass includes access to all Recreation Services facilities, group fitness classes, and even yoga, with the flexibility to come any time within the calendar year.

These short info sessions will introduce different components of the fitness floor and how to safely and effectively use equipment such as machines, free weights and other portable equipment. Regularly check our Rec Services App or the Fitness Attendant desk for dates/times. (These sessions can also be done for small groups upon request.) Sessions will be 30 minutes or less and be educational and applied in nature. Here are just a few of the topics that will be shared this winter: • Weight machines • Dumbbells and/or Barbells • Cardio Machines • Kettlebells

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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Fitness Floor Basics

• The Rigs (battles ropes, rope pull machine, squat racks,

etc.)

• Portable equipment: plyo boxes, steps/risers, BOSU,

Fitness Balls

• Stretching machines and foam rolling • Muscle Mondays • Choosing the right intensity


GROUP FITNESS CLASSES THESE CLASSES ARE INCLUDED WITH YOUR MEMBERSHIP AT NO EXTRA COST. 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! Classes are offered Monday to Friday in the early morning, mid day, evenings and in the mornings on both Saturdays and Sundays. All fitness instructors employed by Recreation Services are accredited through the Manitoba Fitness Council (MFC) and other recognized national/international training organizations. No registration required. Simply show up and join in on the fun!

AGING ACTIVELY

Aqua Interval (Shallow) H2O

Designed with our 55+ populations in mind. Non-members may register for these programs Members are encouraged to register for these classes to guarantee their spot. Drop-in participants will be accepted as space allows.

HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) is getting wet! Experience an aqua workout in the shallow end that uses interval training formats where you alternate between working hard and recovering. This total body workout uses the natural resistance of the water to challenge the body.

Aging Actively Aquafitness

Aqua Zumba (Shallow H2O)

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.

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. Nonmembers may register for this program. Members may secure a spot in this class by registering at no extra cost.

Aging Actively Resistance Training 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.

Aging Actively Gentle Yoga This 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.

AQUATIC WORKOUT

Get active in the pool with an intense, low impact workout.

Aqua Boot Camp (Deep H2O) 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 Interval (Deep H2O) HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) is getting wet! Experience an aqua workout in the deep end that uses interval training formats where you alternate between working hard and recovering. 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 provided.

CARDIO AND/ OR CHOREOGRAPHY

Come and get your sweat on on in some fun cycling or routine based classes.

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.

MĂŠtis Jigging A blend of French, Scottish, Irish and First Nations dance styles. It is a high energy dance with quick footwork, so come prepared to work up a good sweat!

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

Pow Wow Everyone is welcome to join the group in a safe, family friendly environment where participants will learn different pow wow styles, along with song and drum teachings. No experience needed. Regalia not required.

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GROUP FITNESS CLASSES Zumba

Tabata Plus

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, sweat and get lost in the music! Ditch the gym workout and join the dance party! Non-members may register for the weekend and evening Zumba. Members may secure a spot in this class by registering at no extra cost.

Take your workout to the next level by alternating between a 4 min set of Strength Training and a 4 min set of Tabata. Strength training sets may or may not be timed and emphasis will be on lower reps and heavier loads. Tabata sets will be 20 sec of hard work followed by 10 sec of rest, repeated 8 times, and will focus on bringing your heart rate up. A variety of portable equipment will be used for this class.

COMBO CLASSES / HIIT TRAINING Workouts to maximize your time and cover all your exercise needs.

HIIT Circuit This interval training workout will utilize a variety of work to rest formats as well as different portable equipment and body weight exercise to challenge your muscular strength, muscular endurance, cardiovascular system, agility, power and coordination. Get ready to work hard for awesome results.

Cycle & Strength Challenge yourself with a combination of our Powerhouse + Cycle Xpress classes. Work your entire body and all components of fitness‌ muscular strength and endurance, power, coordination, aerobic and anaerobic fitness.

Triple Threat Cover all your bases in one fitness class by doing 15 min cardio, 15 min strength, 15 min core work and yoga based stretching. A variety of portable equipment will be used for a fun and efficient workouts.

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.

MUSCLE BUILDING

Use a variety of equipment to build muscle!

Abs & ...

NEW!

Abs, Arms & Glutes: Target your core, arms and glutes. Abs & Arms: Target your core and arms. Abs & Glutes: Target your core and glutes. All will use a wide variety of equipment and training formats.

SESSIONS

Strength Circuit

ACTIVE LEARNING

We want to help you multi-task! Our new Active Learning sessions combine a 45-minute fitness class with an info session on Nutrition and Exercise related topics. Our registered dietitians and certified professionals will join in on your workout to share new and relevant information. Visit uofmactiveliving.ca for details.

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Build muscular strength and endurance with a station based class using dumbbells, body weight, slam balls, stability balls, TRX, slam balls, dynabands and more!

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

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 a variety of movements and intervals to challenge your strength and stamina.


GROUP FITNESS CLASSES REJUVENATE AND RECOVER Find your inner focus and assist your body in recovering from life stresses.

Active Stretch This non-yoga based class will reduce stiffness, improve mobility and increase flexibility to help you feel, move and perform better. Expect a variety of class styles and stretch durations using portable equipment including foam rollers for myofascial release.

Body Fusion Enjoy a fusion of group fitness and yoga to keep your body and mind connected as you flow and blend one pose into the next.

Power Fusion Same great class...NEW name! Increase your flexibility and challenge your muscular endurance with static and dynamic yoga poses that will make you longer and stronger. Additional resistance may be added with dynabands.

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Progressive Relaxation Discover how to train your body to be calm, your mind to focus, and your emotions to be in your control. You will experience the foundational elements of meditation that you can implement into your everyday life for more peace and presence. Yoga poses may be included in this class.

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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.

Our Facilities

About our Facilities

Active Living Centre (Fort Garry Campus) • 38,000 sq.ft. cardio and resistance training floor • 200-metre elevated running track • Three multi-purpose studios • 35 ft. tall climbing wall (not included in membership) • CSEP Certified Fitness Centre

CERTIFIED FITNESS CENTRE The Active Living Centre is a CSEP Certified Fitness Centre (CSEP-CFC), the highest caliber of fitness facilities and physiology labs in Canada. The CSEP-CFC designation recognizes facilities who employ qualified exercise professionals, follow evidence-based assessment and training protocols and meet CSEP standards for operating procedures and safety.

Frank Kennedy & Max Bell Centres (Fort Garry Campus) • Six lane saltwater swimming pool and diving area • Three multi-use gymnasiums • Squash and racquetball courts • Three indoor and four outdoor tennis courts • 200-metre indoor track • Ice rink • Group fitness and multi-purpose studios • Locker rooms with shower and sauna facilities • Cycling studio and Functional Circuit studio Joe Doupe Recreation Centre (Bannatyne Campus) • Fitness centre • Multi-use gymnasium / Multi-use studio • Complimentary group fitness classes • Indoor track • Locker room and shower facilities • Cycling studio Investors Group Athletic Centre • Three international-size basketball & volleyball courts • Can accommodate a number of different configurations Outdoor Facilities • Two artificial turf sports fields • Outdoor tennis courts - four full size hard courts • University Stadium - 400-metre track - full size infield

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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. In supporting this commitment, the 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. FACILITY RENTALS 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. *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.


REGISTERED PROGRAMS

REGISTERED PROGRAMS

Challenge yourself and try something new! Recreation Services’ registered 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!

Winter 2020 Programs Aging Actively Aquatics Climbing

Our Goals and Philosophy •W  e believe that recreation is essential to personal health

Martial Arts Training Academy Mind-Body Recreation

and well-being.

•W  e 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.

•W  e believe that through participating in our programs and

services individuals, families and our community will be stronger and healthier.

•W  e strive to offer programs that allow you to “be the best you”

and leave you feeling rejuvenated, revived and refreshed.

Dance

• Our programs will provide quality activities that promote

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

Registrations and FAQ's 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

Registration for our winter programs opens on November 14, 2019 at 12 PM. 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

20% OFF

• Programs are progressive and instructional-based with the

Our members, including students, receive 20% OFF Registered programs.

• Free parking weekday evenings and weekends.

The member discount will be displayed when available.

everyone belongs.

goals of improving your fitness, technique and abilities.

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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. Join a class to enhance your day-today life and have some fun at the same time!

Aging Actively Aquafitness 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. No class February 17. Dates: Mon, Wed & Fri | Jan 13-Apr 3 | 9:45-10:45 AM Duration: 35 Classes Cost: $201.25 / Member Price: Free 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: Tues & Thurs | Jan 14-Apr 2 | 9-10 AM Duration: 24 Classes Cost: $138 / Member Price: Free Location: Multi-purpose Studio 264, Active Living Centre

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Aging Actively Resistance Training 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. No class February 17. Dates: Mon, Wed & Fri | Jan 13-Apr 3 | 8:30-9:30 AM Duration: 35 Classes Cost: $201.25 / Member Price: Free Location: Dance Studio, Frank Kennedy Centre

Aging Actively classes are now included in your membership. We encourage members to register to guarantee your spot in the class. Drop-in participants will be accepted as space allows.


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 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. Dates: Mon | Jan 6-Mar 16 | 6:45-7:30 PM

Wed | Jan 8- Mar 18 | 6:45-7:30 PM

Fri | Jan 10-Mar 20 | 6-6:45 PM & 7:30-8:15 PM

NEW! Women's Only

Sat | Sep 21-Nov 30 | 3:30-4:15 PM

Sun | Jan 11-Mar 21 | Jan 12 -Mar 22 10:30-11:15 AM & 12:45-1:30 PM Duration: 10 Classes Cost: $  108 / Member Price: $88 Location: Joyce Fromson Swimming Pool, Frank Kennedy Centre

Intermediate Swimming Lessons 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: Wed | Jan 8-Mar 18 | 6-6:45 PM

Fri | Jan 10-Mar 20 | 6:45-7:30 PM

Sun | Jan 12-Mar 22 | 11:15 AM-12 PM Duration: 10 Classes Cost: $  108 / Member Price: $88.00 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

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AQUATICS Advanced Swimming Lessons 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. Dates: Mon | Jan 6-Mar 16 | 6-6:45 PM Sun | Jan 12-Mar 22 |12-12:45 PM Duration: 10 Classes Cost: $108 / Member Price: $88 Location: Joyce Fromson Swimming Pool, Frank Kennedy Centre

Aqua Zumba (Shallow End) 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. Members are encouraged to register to guarantee their spot in the class. Drop-in participants will be accepted as space allows. Dates: Wed | Jan 15-Apr 1 | 7:35-8:20 PM Duration: 12 Classes Cost: $81 / Member Price: Free Location: Joyce Fromson Swimming Pool, Frank Kennedy Centre

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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.


CLIMBING

CLIMBING

Recreation Services offers a 35 ft. climbing wall with varying levels of difficulty and four auto-belays. Our climbing programs 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.

Step 1: Climbing Orientation

Climbing Fundamentals

General 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. Orientations can be completed during any scheduled Open Climb time. Cost: $20

With your climbing partner, learn to climb safely and independently using climbing rope systems. The primary focus is on the fundamentals of top rope climbing, including belay techniques, basic climbing knots, use of equipment, safety and communication. This class is geared towards both new climbers and those that need a refresher. All necessary equipment is provided. Minimum and maximum is 2 climbers per class.

Step 2: 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. Location: Climbing Wall, Active Living Centre ONE TIME ACCESS: $13 / Member Price: n/a 10-VISIT PACK: $86 / Member Price: $77 (includes orientation) ALL-TERM PASS: $186 / Member Price: $149 (includes orientation) CLIMBING EQUIPMENT RENTALS: Harness: $3 Shoes: $5

Dates: Thurs | 7-9 PM | Jan 16; Jan 30; Feb 13; Feb 27; Mar 12; Mar 26 Sun | 1-3 PM | Jan 26; Feb 23; Mar 9; Mar 22; Apr 5 Duration: 1 Class Cost: $38 / Member Price: 20% off Location: Climbing Wall, Active Living Centre NEW day time hours offered! Annual Climbing Competition planned for Spring. For details, contact the Climbing Coordinator at 204 474 9142 or kori.cuthbert@umanitoba.ca

Step 2: Belay Test For experienced climbers wanting to climb top-rope or on lead you must complete a belay test one time during Open Climb time. Cost: $5

New! Bouldering Wall Our bouldering wall is open to the public and includes new mats, volumes and holds. Check the climbing schedule on our mobile app or website for bouldering wall times.

ASK ABOUT: Additional climbing programs, climbing wall rentals, climbing certifications, and our annual climbing competiton. For details, contact the Climbing Coordinator at 204 474 9142 or kori.cuthbert@umanitoba.ca. For birthday party rentals contact luc.chapman@umanitoba.ca

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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.

Hip Hop

Métis Jigging

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 February 17.

Métis jigging is a blend of French, Scottish, Irish and First Nations dance styles. It is a high energy dance with quick and complex footwork so come prepared to work up a good sweat! No previous dance or jigging experience is necessary. Active wear and a ‘slippery sole’ shoe (or socks) are recommended.

Dates: Mon | Jan 13-Mar 30 | 7:30-8:30 PM Duration: 11 Classes Cost: $99 / Member Price: 20% off Location: Multi-purpose Studio 268, Active Living 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. Dates: Thurs | Jan 16-Apr 2 | 7:45-8:45 PM Duration: 12 Classes Cost: $102 / Member Price: 20% off Location: Multi-purpose Studio 268, Active Living Centre

Pow Wow Everyone is welcome to join the group in a safe, family friendly environment where participants will learn different pow wow styles, along with song and drum teachings. No experience needed. Regalia not required. There is no need to register, interested participants are simply asked to show up. No class Feb 17 & Mar 30. Dates: Mon | Jan 13-May 4 | 7-8:30 PM Duration: 16 Classes Cost: Free (all ages welcome) Location: Multi-purpose Studio 274, Active Living Centre

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Dates: Wed | Jan 8-Apr 29 | 12:05-12:50 PM Duration: 13 Classes Cost: Free. Registration not required. Location: Multi-purpose Studio 274, Active Living 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! Members are encouraged to register to guarantee their spot in the class. Drop-in participants will be accepted as space allows. Dates: Wed | Jan 15-Apr 1 | 6:10-6:55 PM Fri | Jan 17-Apr 3 | 6:10-6:55 PM Sun | Jan 19-Apr 5 | 9:55-10:40 AM Duration: 12 Classes Cost: $90 / Member Price: Free Location: Multi-purpose Studio 274, Active Living Centre


DANCE Latin Ballroom - Beginner You will learn the basic steps of Latin Ballroom dances including international style cha-cha, rumba, jive and samba. These dances are a lot of fun and can be used in a variety of social settings. No Class February 19. Dates: Wed | Jan 15-April 1 | 6:45-8 PM Duration: 11 Classes Cost Individual: $118.25 / Member Price: 20% off Cost Pair: $192.50 / Member Price: 20% off Location: Multi-purpose Studio 268, Active Living Centre

Latin Ballroom - Intermediate Class will cover figures from bronze to silver-level international style Latin figures for cha cha, rumba, jive and samba. Prerequisite: Beg. Latin Ballroom class or equivalent. No class February 18.

Techniques of Standard Ballroom: Slow Foxtrot and Tango This class will focus on the techniques to raise the student's calibre in dancing International style tango and slow foxtrot. Some of the elements examined in the class include turns, pivots, swing, sway, floorcraft, and musicality. Students must have completed the beginner standard ballroom class or equivalent. Lead and follow numbers cannot be guaranteed. Instructed by Horace Luong, Associate Member of the Canadian Dancesport Federation. No class February 19. Dates: Wed | Jan 15-Apr 1 | 8-9:15 PM Duration: 11 Classes Cost Individual: $118.25 / Member Price: 20% off Cost Pair: $192.50 / Member Price: 20% off Location: Multi-purpose Studio 268, Active Living Centre

FITNESS CHAMPION

Dates: Tues | Jan 14-Mar 31 | 8-9:15 PM Duration: 11 Classes Cost Individual: $118.25/ Member Price: 20% off Cost Pair: $192.50 / Member Price: 20% off Location: Multi-Purpose Studio 268, Active Living Centre

Standard Ballroom - Beginner Want some basic steps for the dance floor? We will cover the classic ballroom dances including social foxtrot, international style waltz, quickstep and tango. These four dances are easy to learn and will provide you with a breadth of dance moves to a variety of music. No class February 18. Dates: Tues | Jan 14-Mar 31 | 6:45-8 PM Duration: 11 Classes Cost Individual: $118.25 / Member Price: 20% off Cost Pair: $192.50 / Member Price: 20% off Location: Multi-purpose Studio 268, Active Living Centre

Lead and follow numbers cannot be guaranteed for ballroom dance classes. All ballroom dance classes are instructed by Horace Luong, Associate Member of the Canadian Dancesport Federation.

Heather Bailey Fitness champions are members who encourage others to stay active, and Heather is the ultimate fitness champion according to nominator and fellow fitness champion, Meredith Bara. "When I plan my weekly work-outs, I search for her name on the group fitness schedule to see what she’s teaching and that dictates my agenda! Doesn’t matter what class it is, if Heather is teaching, it’s going to be fantastic! Her classes are challenging, super fun and if you follow her lead, you absolutely will get results. It’s so easy to work hard in her class!" – Meredith

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MARTIAL ARTS TRAINING ACADEMY

MARTIAL ARTS TRAINING ACADEMY

Our classes 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. These programs focus on muscular strength and endurance, core, flexibility, concentration and cardio, while providing an opportunity for athletes to advance to higher belts or levels.

Aikido 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. Additional training sessions available on Saturdays from 4:00-5:15 PM. No class February 17. Dates: Mon & Wed | Jan 13-Apr 1 | 6-7:15 PM Duration: 23 Classes Cost: $201.25 / 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! Dates: Tues & Thurs | Jan 14-Apr 2 | 5-6 PM Duration: 24 Classes Cost: $210 / Member Price: 20% off Location: Multi-purpose Studio 274, Active Living Centre

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Boxing Fundamentals In this class, you can expect an intense workout that combines the basic boxing movements into functional movement skills. It will enhance your self-confidence while focusing on the technical aspects of punching and fascinating defense tactics that make boxing so unique. Dates: Tues & Thurs | Jan 14-Apr 2 | 6:10-7:10 PM Duration: 24 Classes Cost: $210 / Member Price: 20% off Location: Multi-purpose Studio 274, Active Living Centre

Capoeira Capoeira is a Brazilian martial art that combines elements of dance. It is a fun and creative way to boost your health and fitness. Instructor Paulo Albuquerque (Mestre Indio) is a three-time Brazilian Capoeira champion and the only Capoeira Mestre in Manitoba. Come to a class and see how you can improve your strength, and endurance through different techniques that he will be teaching. Dates: Tues & Thurs | Jan 14-Apr 2 | 7:30-8:45 PM Duration: 24 Classes Cost: $210 / Member Price: 20% off Location: Multi-purpose Studio 264, Active Living Centre


MARTIAL ARTS TRAINING ACADEMY Jiu Jitsu

FITNESS CHAMPION

Jiu-Jitsu evolved over time into a system of practical, effective self-defence for present-day applications. Students practice in a respectful and inclusive environment to build confidence, awareness, and physical readiness for difficult situations that require the use of force to survive. Dates: Tues & Thurs | Jan 14-Apr 2 | 8:15-9:45 PM Duration: 24 Classes Cost: $210 / Member Price: 20% off Location: Combatives Room, Frank Kennedy Centre

Judo Instruction in the Judo program will cover basic and advanced techniques (throws and mat work) plus kata training to prepare for grading. The program is geared for both competitors and recreational participants and is instructed by Moe Oye, Eighth Degree Judo Black Belt. No class February 17. Dates: Mon, Wed & Sat | Jan 13-Apr 4 Times: Mon & Wed 7:30-9:30 PM | Sat 12:30-3 PM Duration: 35 Classes Cost: $218.75 / 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 February 17. Dates: Mon & Thurs | Jan 13-Apr 2 | 5-6 PM Duration: 23 Classes Cost: $189.75 / Member Price: 20% off Location: Multi-purpose Studio 274 (M) & Combatives Room, Frank Kennedy Centre (Th)

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Jeff Adam Fitness champions are members who encourage others to stay active. Jeff Adam is a regular group fitness participant and ALC gym-goer who demonstrates how anyone can benefit from group fitness training. Jeff was nominated by Jen Hurrie who had this to say. "It’s been so awesome to see a male make group fitness a regular part of his workout routine. His middle of the class “woos” are always great to give you that little extra motivation needed to get through your set in ultimate tabata!"

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MARTIAL ARTS TRAINING ACADEMY Offenberger Muay Thai: Level 1

Offenberger Muay Thai: Level 2

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. Additional training sessions available on Wednesday evenings 8:15-9:30 PM.

This class is for those participants who have previously participated in the OMT Level 1 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. Additional training sessions available on Wednesday evenings 8:15-9:30 PM.

Dates: Tues & Thurs | Jan 14-Apr 2 | 8-9:15 PM Duration: 24 Classes Cost: $246 / Member Price: 20% off Location: Multi-purpose Studio 274, Active Living Centre

MARTIAL ARTS

Dates: Tues & Thurs | Jan 14-Apr 2 | 6:45-8 PM Duration: 24 Classes Cost: $246 / Member Price: 20% off Location: Combatives Room, Frank Kennedy Centre

Still not sure which Martial Arts Program to choose? Use this quick fighting style chart to determine which one is right for you. KARATE

OFFENBERGER MUAY THAI

x

x

x

x

x

x

Open-Hand

x

x

Elbows & Knee Strike

x

x

x

AIKIDO

BOXING

CAPOEIRA

JIU JITSU

JUDO

STRIKING Punching

x

Kicking

x

GRAPPLING Throws / Take Downs

x

x

x

x

x

Joing Lock / Submission Hold

x

x

x

x

x

Mat Work

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

CARDIOVASCULAR INTENSITY Low Moderate

x

High

x x

x

OTHER Do you train with music? Is there sparring?

x

Can I compete / perform? Do you train with equipment & tools?

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x x

x

Though each martial arts program has their own unique approach, they will all teach you self defense. All fitness and experience levels are welcome.

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x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x


MIND-BODY

MIND-BODY

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.

Beginner Tai Chi

Hatha Flow Yoga

This class provides an introduction to Sun style Tai Chi, the youngest of the five major styles. Students will learn proper body alignment and movement according to Tai Chi principles. There will be an emphasis on relaxation, breath work and proper usage of the body’s core, while keeping in mind the self-defence applications of this ancient martial art. No class February 17.

This widely practiced yoga style focuses on alignment using sequenced poses. Rest/relaxation is taken between poses. Emphasis of this style of yoga is on core strength, by firing the deep tissue core muscles flexibility and balance as well as awareness of the present moment and breath control. No class February 17.

Dates: Mon | Jan 13-Mar 30 | 7:00-8:15 PM Duration: 11 Classes Cost: $112.75 / Free for members for Winter 2020! Register early to secure your spot. Location: Multi-purpose Studio 264, Active Living Centre

Beginner Tai Chi Fan Beginner Tai Chi Fan is easy to learn and contains the graceful movements and principles of tai chi. Like other tai chi styles, this form helps with balance, coordination, increases range of motion in joints and reduces stress. No previous tai chi experience necessary. A fan will be provided to students in the class. No class February 17. Dates: Mon | Jan 13-Mar 30 | 8:15-9:30 PM Duration: 11 Classes Cost: $112.75 / Member Price: 20% off Location: Multi-purpose Studio 264, Active Living Centre

Dates: Mon | Jan 13-Mar 30 | 5-6 PM Duration: 11 Classes Cost: $110 / Member Price: 20% off Location: Multi-purpose Studio 264, Active Living Centre

Intermediate Mat / BOSU Pilates 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, by firing the deep tissue core muscles reinforce balance and improve stability. Previous Pilates experience is strongly recommended. Modifications for those with prior injuries and physical accommodations are available. Dates: Tues | Jan 14-Mar 31 | 6:10-7:10 PM Duration: 12 Classes Cost: $123 / Member Price: 20% off Location: Multi-purpose Studio 264, Active Living Centre

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MIND-BODY Mat Pilates

FITNESS CHAMPION

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. Dates: Tues | Jan 14-Mar 31 | 5-6 PM Duration: 12 Classes Cost: $123 / Member Price: 20% off Location: Multi-purpose Studio 264, Active Living Centre

Restorative Yoga Is it time for you to slow down…relax…recharge. Props are used to support your body in passive postures to encourage your muscles to relax and lengthen. You will enjoy spending time in the poses allowing you to focus on your breath, open up your body and listen the stillness of your mind. Dates: Wed | Jan 15 - Apr 1 | 8-9 PM Duration: 12 Classes Cost: $120 / Member Price: 20% off Location: Multi-purpose Studio 264, Active Living Centre

Vinyasa Yoga Flow A progressive class connecting your movement and breath in a synchronized manner. In this contemporary style of yoga class you can expect to move continuously in a variety of flowing poses, including sun salutations, to build a strong foundation for your yoga practice and your life. Dates: Thurs | Jan 16-Apr 2 | 6-7 PM Duration: 12 Classes Cost: $120 / Member Price: 20% off Location: Multi-purpose Studio 264, Active Living Centre

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Bachu Purohit Fitness champions are members who encourage others to stay active at the Active Living Centre. Bachu is an early morning icon within the Active Living Centre who's always encouraging others to join him first thing in the morning. Bachu was nominated by Tanya Angus who had this to say about him. "Bachu continually spreads the word of health, physical activity and recreation. He’s even encouraged some of the other early morning users to get together for social outings regularly throughout the year. I couldn’t think of a better Fitness Champion than Bachu."


MIND-BODY Yin Yoga

FITNESS CHAMPION

This deep facial stretch targets your connective tissues andenergetic systems of the body. This practice will bring your bodyinto balance and increase its natural range of motion. Most poses are done while seated or lying down and are held in stillnessfor 3-5 minutes. You will leave this practice feeling more open, refreshed and renewed. Dates: Fri | Jan 17-Apr 3 | 6-7 PM Duration: 12 Classes Cost: $123 / Member Price: 20% off Location: Multi-purpose Studio 264, Active Living Centre

S.C. Purohit’s Walking Club Join Nurse Practitioner Parusia Purohit’s Walking Club at the Active Living Centre Track. The 30 minute walk will be followed by 30 minutes of fitness activities including stretching, weight training, and circuit training, led by the Active Living Centre fitness staff. Dates: Sun | April 5-26 | 9:30-10:30 AM Duration: 4 Classes Cost: $20 Location: 3rd Floor Fitness Attendant Desk, Active Living Centre

MINDFUL CAMPUSES PRESENTS

CALM ROOM Students, Staff and members are invited to join us January 27-31 in our pool classroom which will be converted into a Calm Room. You can experience dim lights, soft music, and a calm place to take a break during the week. This will be part of a larger campus initiative during Bell Let's Talk event. Stay tuned for more information.

Fair & Legal Practice Staff Fitness champions are members who encourage others to be active, and the Fair & Legal Practice team have each other’s backs when it comes to promoting regular physical activity. The group was nominated by Heather Bailey, who had this to say. “As an experienced fitness instructor and trainer I have seen the power of what groups can do for individuals. Knowing you have a team of friends to support you in your fitness pursuits can make even the hardest day or workout manageable and fun. Our legal affairs team truly shows the power of a group, regularly attending classes together, pairing up, sharing equipment and rooting each other on in every class.” – Heather

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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.

Adult Learn To Skate Level 1 & 2: Semi Private This course is for beginner skaters and those skaters with some skating experience who want to learn in a smaller group setting. Max. of 6 participants per instructor to provide more individualized coaching to your skating level. Learn and build on technical pieces of skating, stopping and turning. Bring your own skates. Skating helmets are REQUIRED. All participants will receive two free passes to a Bison hockey game! Dates: Tue | Jan 21-Feb 25 | 6:30-7:15 PM Tue | Mar 3-Mar 31 | 6:30-7:15 PM Duration: 6, 5 Classes Cost: $84, $70 / Member Price: 20% off Location: Wayne Fleming Arena, Max Bell Centre

Paint-a-long Enjoy an evening with your friends and create an instructor led, step-by-step acrylic landscape painting. You will not only go home with your very own masterpiece, but you will learn about mixing colours, applying paint on a canvas, and creating good composition. All levels are welcome! No experience required. Dates: Fri | Jan 31 | 6:45-9:15 Wed | Mar 11 | 6:45-9:15 Duration: 1 Class Cost: $45 / Member Price: 20% off Location: ARC Boardroom, Active Living Centre

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Collage Cards Students will be encouraged to follow examples of building a composition by experimenting with collage, paint, and layering techniques through gel and tape transfers. You will create multiple postcards that you can frame, trade or mail. All levels welcome. No experience required. Dates: Wed | Feb 12 | 6:45-9:15 Fri | Feb 28 | 6:45-9:15 Duration: 1 Class Cost: $45 / Member Price: 20% off Location: ARC Boardroom, Active Living Centre

Introduction to Racquetball Come learn the most exciting racquet sport from one of Canada's best, Jen Saunders, Canadian Racquetball Champion. You will learn the basic skills, including swing mechanics and serving, as well as the rules and strategies for game play so you can get a fun workout with your friends. Dates: Mon | Jan 13/20/27 | 3:45-4:45 PM Duration: 1 Class Cost: $10 / Member Price: Free Location: Courts 4-5-6, Frank Kennedy Centre


NUTRITION

NUTRITION

Why see a Registered Dietitian? The journey towards wellbeing begins with how we eat and dietitians have the knowledge, compassion and flexibility to help you achieve your goals. Dietitians translate the science of nutrition into terms you can understand. They unlock food’s potential and support healthy living for their patients, clients, and communities. Dietitians look beyond fads and gimmicks to deliver reliable, life-changing advice tailored to your objectives as well as personal needs and challenges.

Nutrition Consultations Initial Consultation (60 min) $70 One of our Registered Dietitians will spend one-on-one time with you to review your current lifestyle goals and help you reach your full potential through nutrition. Follow-up Consultation (45 min) $55 You will meet with your registered dietitian once again to review progress, address areas of concern and create an action plan to continue making positive changes! Meal Plans You must first purchase and meet with a dietitian for an Initial Consultation before having a meal plan completed. After meeting with one of our Registered Dietitians, a meal plan will be created specifically for you. The Dietitian will suggest which meal plan option is the best fit for you based on your needs, goals and lifestyle.

Benefits Coverage Full Time U of M Staff - $500/yr Part Time U of M Staff - $350/yr U of M Student Basic Plan - $30/session up to $200/yr *physician referral required U of M Student Extended Plan - $50/session up to $300/y *physician referral required Check your health care plan to see what you are covered for! Registration forms are available at the customer service desk or online. Call 204 474 7976 or email nutrition@umanitoba.ca to book your appointment with a Registered Dietitian today! For information and inquiries related to nutrition services contact nutrition@umanitoba.ca

Basic Meal Plan $110 / Premium Meal Plan $160 After creating your customized meal plan the Registered Dietitian will meet with you again to review the details and answer any questions you may have about your plan (60 min).

Hands-On Nutrition Education

SAVE BY COMBINING PERSONAL TRAINING & NUTRITION!

Dates:Thurs | Feb 06 | 6:00-7:00 PM Duration: 1 Class Cost: $10 / Member Price: FREE Location: Active Living Centre *Registration Required

Combine a nutrition and personal training/assessment service together and receive 10% OFF

Learn healthy eating skills and recipes through experiential learning arising from first-hand observation and hands-on completion of tasks.

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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 Getting Started, Jump Start or Jump Start Plus pacakge. Options

Description

1 PT

If you're looking for a new workout or 1 hour of personal training a touch up on your current program, *only for current/returning clients this is for you.

3 PT

3 hours of personal training

6 PT

12 PT

Non-member

Member

$63

$50

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

$150

$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.

$285

$228

12 hours of personal training

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

$550

$440

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Who this is for

NEW: Partner Rates Member - $76 Non-member $95

Member – $180 Non-member – $225

Member – $342 Non-member – $428

Member – $660 Non-member – $825


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

Jump Start Plus

Getting Started

The Works Plus

Peak Performance

Description

Who this is for

Non-member

Member

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.

$85

$68

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.

$197

$158

Healthy Fitness Assessment & consultation + 3 PT sessions.

People who want to measure their current fitness level and work with a personal trainer to address individual goals.

$253

$203

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.

$140

$112

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.

$225

$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.

$725

$580

½ hr consultation + 1 PT session

1/2 hour consultation + 3 PT sessions *Also available for Partner Training

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PERSONAL TRAINING & ASSESSMENTS Assessments Only – no personal training included Options Body Composition Assessment

Body Composition Assessment - Pre & Post

VO2 max

The Works

Functional Movement Analysis

Description

Who this is for

Non-member

Member

In-depth body composition including % body fat and metabolic rate along with interpretation/guidance regarding training and body composition goals. All results will be compared to Canadian age and gender norms or sport specific norms.

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

$63

$50

Two in-depth body composition assessments at two different time periods (recommended minimum of 8 weeks between assessments).

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

$102

$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.

$110

$88

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.

$182

$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 $82 movement patterns, increase body awareness, and increase the effects of training and conditioning.

$65

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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, teach group fitness classes, or become a lifeguard. We have accredited courses taught by qualified instructors to get you certified today!

OCCUPATIONAL TESTING

Law Enforcement Conditioning Camp

The UofM provides physical occupational testing for the Winnipeg Police Service, Winnipeg Fire & Paramedics, Regional Health Authorities, Canada Border Services Agency and many more organizations. We can also work with 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.

This training camp will help potential law enforcement professionals prepare for and improve their chances of successful completion of the WPS-PAT, PARE and other law enforcement tests. It includes HIIT, core training, push-pull machine techniques, and working with elements required for any law enforcement testing.

For more info, email occupational.testing@umanitoba.ca or call 204 474 6476.

Manitoba Fitness Council Courses 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. 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

Dates: W  ed | Jan 15-Feb 19 | 7:30-8:45 PM Wed | Feb 26-Apr 1 | 7:30-8:45 PM Duration: 6 Classes Cost: $90 / Member Price: 20% off Location: Multi-purpose Studio 274, Active Living Centre

Exercise Theory 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. Dates: Fri-Sun | Feb 28-Mar 1 | (Fri) 6-10 PM (Sat/Sun) 9 AM-5 PM Cost: $210 + $115 (manual) Location: Room 136, Frank Kennedy Centre

Resistance Training This comprehensive course will cover how to design and instruct beginner to intermediate resistance training programs for group settings such as weight room supervision or resistance training classes. The educational component expands on Exercise Theory as well as a practical component using all types of weight room equipment including cable machines, free weights and barbells. PRE-REQUISITE: Exercise Theory. Dates: Fri-Sun | Mar 6-8 | (Fri) 6-10 PM | (Sat/Sun) 9 AM-5 PM Cost: $210 + $80 (manual) Location: Room 136, Frank Kennedy Centre

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INTRAMURAL SPORTS

INTRAMURAL SPORTS

Recreational sport leagues available to UM students, staff, and faculty.

Fort Garry Intramural Sports Registration is accepted in-person or on-line by visiting the Intramural page at uofmactiveliving.ca. Term 2 registration period: Monday January 6 – Wednesday January 22, 2020. All sports begin the week of January 27, 2020 Intramural dates and times may be subject to change. Cost per player is just $5-8 per game! Sport

Day

Time

Price

Archery Tag (Co-ed)

Tues

4-7 PM

$216/Team Fee min (6 players min) $36/Free Agent Fee (individual)

Badminton

Tues

7-10 PM

$74/Team Fee (Doubles) $37/Free Agent Fee (Singles)

Basketball (Open) Competitive & Recreational Divisions

Mon or Wed

7-11 PM

$252/Team Fee (min 5 players) $50/Free Agent Fee (individual)

Esports - FIFA 20 (Open)

Wed

6-10 PM

$74/Team Fee (min 2 players)

Dodgeball (Co-ed)

Mon

5-8 PM

$216/Team Fee (min 6 players) $35/Free Agent Fee (Individual)

Ice Hockey (Open)

Mon , Tues , Thur

7 PM-12 AM

$605/Team Fee (min 11 players) $55/Free Agent Fee (Individual)

Ice Hockey (Women’s)

Wed

8:30 PM-12 AM

$605/Team Fee (min 11 players) $55/Free Agent Fee (Individual)

Inner Tube Water Polo (Co-ed)

Tues or Thur

7-9 PM

$216/Team Fee (min 6 players) $36/Free Agent Fee (Individual)

Tues or Thurs (Co-ed)

3:45-4:45 PM

Mon (Open)

3:45-4:45 PM

Spikeball (Open)

Mon

8-10 PM

$74/Team Fee (min 2 players)

Volleyball (Co-ed) Competitive & Recreational Divisions

Mon, Tue or Wed

7-11 PM

$216/Team Fee (min 6 players) $36/Free Agent Fee (Individual)

Soccer 6-on-6

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$252/Team Fee (min 7 players) $36/Free Agent Fee (Individual)


REC CLUBS

REC CLUBS

REC Clubs voluntary organize 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.

2020 Winter Badminton

Rugby

Table Tennis

Volleyball

Climbing

Soccer

Tennis

Wrestling

Ringette

Synchronized Skate

Ultimate

Registration/Start Dates Registration begins: Thursday November 14 at 12 PM (noon). Clubs begin the week of January 5, 2020. Information on all Clubs is available at uofmactiveliving.ca Rec Clubs are operated by University of Manitoba students. Rec Clubs are open to University of Manitoba Students, Staff and Alumni only. 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.

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES We Hire GREAT People! Recreation Services has several part-time and casual employment opportunities. To learn more, visit uofmactiveliving.ca or contact us at rec_services@umanitoba.ca

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uofmactiveliving.ca Each year, more than 35,000 students, staff and community members engage with the Faculty of Kinesiology and Recreation Management through Active Living memberships, programs and recreation facilities.

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UM Recreation Services Fort Garry Winter 2020 Activity Guide  

This activity guide gives you information about 2020 Winter programs and membership offered by the University of Manitoba's Recreation Servi...

UM Recreation Services Fort Garry Winter 2020 Activity Guide  

This activity guide gives you information about 2020 Winter programs and membership offered by the University of Manitoba's Recreation Servi...

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