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Rhythmic Gymnastics is a sport that combines ballet, gymnastics & dance while using apparatus (ball, hoop, rope, ribbon, scarves, etc.) Basic to advanced skills are taught, using a developed program called Prism, in which students will earn pins as they advance.
Rhythmic Gymnastics is a fun sport that provides the fundamentals to grow and succeed in dance, gymnastics & figure skating. This sport also lends itself to many other sports. This is a non-competitive program that is inclusive for all girls/boys at any skill level.
Jan – Spring Break – we will have themed weeks where we will have different games & activities partnered with Prism Skills. The Prism program is a report card with coloured pins that gymnasts receive as they achieve different skills with each apparatus. We will have an Ice Cream party right before Spring Break to reward the kids with their pins and certificates for all their hard work.
April, May & June will be ½ hr classes on Thursday’s to work on their routines for the Gymnaestrada.
Jan.8/9 – Welcome
Jan.15/16 – Winter
Jan.22/23 – No Class
Jan.29/30 – 60’s – Hippy
Feb.12/13 – Valentine’s – Love
Feb. 19/20 – Under the Sea
Feb. 26/27 – Birthday Party
March 4/5 – Hockey
March 11/12 – Camping
March 18/19 – St.Patricks Day
March 25/26 – Ice Cream Party – Awards Night
Grade 1 and up will require a parent volunteer each class – sign up will be at the 1st week of classes
Starts the week of January 6th! Late registrations accepted
Wednesdays 7-8pm - Grades 1 and up ($140/session)
Thursdays 5:45-6:15 - 3 year olds ($80/session)
6:15-7:15 - 4 & 5 year olds ($140/session)
All classes held at Centennial School unless otherwise posted.
Chair Yoga with Fran - NEW IN PINAWA!
Have you never tried yoga because you felt you were not flexible enough, not strong enough, weren’t good at balance....don’t have enough time?
Is your body suffering from chronic stress and tension that you’ve placed on it from sitting at your desk job all day?
Have you always wanted to try yoga but never had the confidence?
If this sounds like you....this class is for you!
We will be using a mat, props and chairs so that those with limited mobility will be able to benefit from yoga poses adaptations. Even office workers can take advantage of chair yoga’s adaptations to sneak in some stretches at work.
Take an hour from your day and join us for a relaxing yoga class where our intention is to cultivate mental clarity and calmness; relieve chronic stress patterns in the body along with building physical strength and flexibility.
4 week session
Dates: Tuesdays January 14 - February 4
Time: 12:30pm- 1:30pm
Cost: $50 for the four week session or $15/class drop in
Location: W.B. Lewis Centre, 24 Aberdeen Ave, Pinawa
Yoga with Fran - LdB evening class
Hatha Yoga refers to a set of physical poses (asanas) designed to align the muscles and bones and open the many energy channels of the body, especially the spine, so that energy can flow freely. Hatha yoga is intended to create a balance of strength and flexibility in the body as well as a balance of effort and surrender in each pose. A Powerful tool for self-transformation, Hatha yoga requires that one pay special attention to the breath, which helps calm the fluctuations of the mind. This allows the practitioner to become more present in the unfolding of each moment, resulting in more awareness and relaxation. This style of yoga provides a great stretch and strengthens the body.
The use of props and modifications will be used if necessary so that even those with health restrictions or decreased range of motion can enjoy the benefits of a traditional practice.
10 week session
Dates: Mondays January 13- March 30 (no classes Feb 17 & 24)
Cost: $85/10 weeks or $10/class drop in
Location: Centennial School Library
NEW CLASS: Stress Reduction
Six techniques to manage energy and stress in our lives (self regulation)
Open to anyone (16+) looking for techniques for stress reduction.
Do you wish you had more energy at the end of your day?
Would you like better sleep, improved focus, and situational awareness?
Are you looking for ways to feel more balanced, make choices with ease, and feel good about your decisions?
Strengthening personal resilience has become an important strategy for improving personal and organizational effectiveness, productivity, health and well-being. The Resilience Advantage™ workshop provides a practical framework of self-regulation tools, techniques and resilience-building practices that dramatically help individuals gain more poise and clarity in the face of change and overwhelm. Improved composure facilitates clearer thinking and a stronger identity with one’s sense of purpose and core values.
Come join us to learn how unmanaged stress affects the functioning of the body, and how we can reduce those affects by incorporating a little self-care.
Dates: 2 part class running Saturday January 18 & Saturday January 25th
Times: 10-2:30 each day.
Location: Lac du Bonnet, tba
Mature Adult Exercise Classes
Start your week off with exercise class on Mondays at 1:00 p.m. at the Community Centre.
The class is approximately one hour long and consists of 25 minutes of low impact aerobics to music followed by resistance training with light weights for muscular endurance, strength, and power. This is followed by exercises to maintain balance and stretches to increase flexibility, for a total body emphasis. Modifications can be made for those with mobility issues or physical limitations. A great way to get out of the house and meet new people!
Instructor: Kathy Picard
**Dates: Mondays, January 27- March 23 (no class on Feb 17)
Location: Lac du Bonnet Community Centre
Time: 1:00 – 2:00 p.m.
Cost: $5/class drop in
40/30/20 – A Total Body Focus!
This three part class consists of 40 minutes of low impact aerobics, with a long gentle warm-up leading to more vigorous low impact movement to music, followed by a cool down to bring heart rates down gradually. This is followed by 30 minutes of resistance/core training to build strength and improve muscular endurance. Light weights and a variety of small equipment are used during this part. Finally, 20 minutes of stretching and relaxation help to improve flexibility and mobility, with emphasis on breathing to relax and release tension.
Instructor: Kathy Picard
**Dates: Thursdays, January 30 - March 26
Location: Lac du Bonnet Community Centre
Time: 10:00 – 11:30 a.m.
Cost: 9 week session - full payment $75, or drop in $10/class
First Aid / CPR courses
Katrina with Dynamic First Aid is back by popular demand to offer two options in one day!
CPR (4-6 hrs) - level C
Emergency first aid and CPR (6.5-8hrs) course - level C
Date: Saturday February 22nd
Time: CPR - 8-12 and Emergency First Aid 8-4.
CPR - Level C - $70/participant
Emergency First Aid Level C - $95/participant
Mushroom Growing and Making Maple Syrup
He's back! This is an instructor and class that we have people talking about for years after they take it! Fun, fact filled, interesting and informative - join Ken Fosty for one evening and two classes.
Date: Tuesday March 17, 2020
Container Gardening Workshop
Join us for this fun and informative workshop on planning, planting and growing plants in containers! Learn how to choose the best plants for you and your garden and then plant your own container! Plants, soil and container are included in the registration fee and you get to go home with your perfect planter. Registration also includes a 10% discount on any and all purchases made that day. Container size is 14" wide (inside measurement; 16" outside measurement) and 10" high.
5 plants (sun or shade) of your choice are included.
Date: Wednesday May 6
Location: Margie's Greenhouse, #4 Riverland Rd North, Lac du Bonnet
Space is limited for this class - pre-registration and pre-payment are required to hold your spot.