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Spring 2018 Program Guide

Programs - Gymnasium Badminton (Drop-in Program) Racquets are supplied, but bringing your own is encouraged. Max 20 people per session. During busy times, playing as doubles is required. April 2-June 29 Tue 8:00-10:30am April 2-June 29 Tue 8:00-10:00pm April 2-June 29 Thu 8:00-10:00am April 2-June 29 Fri 4:30-6:30pm April 2-June 29 Sat 1:00-3:00pm Basketball (Drop-in Program) Come shoot some hoops and work on your free throws. If we get enough people, a pick-up game may be put together. April 2-June 29 Mon 5:00-6:45pm All ages April 2-June 29 Tue 4:00-6:00pm All ages April 2-June 29 Wed 6:00-8:30pm All ages April 2-June 29 Thur 8:00-10:00pm 14+ April 2-June 29 Sat 8:00-10:00pm 14+ April 2-June 29 Sun 10:00am-12:00pm All ages Beginner Pickleball (Drop-in Program) We have set aside these times so that beginners can come out and learn the game. Recreational players are welcome to attend these sessions, but full consideration must be given to the learner player. April 2-June 29 Mon 11:15am-2:00pm April 2-June 29 Wed 2:30-4:00pm April 2-June 29 Thurs 10:30am-12:30pm April 2-June 29 Sun 8:00-10:00pm Family Pickleball (Drop-in Program) This program is for parents and their children to come out and enjoy the sport of Pickleball April 2-June 29 Thurs 5:30-7:30pm April 2-June 29 Sat 7:00-10:30am Recreational Pickleball (Drop-in Program) This program is for all players who are unrated or rated at below 3.0. 3.0 players are welcome to attend these sessions but must play at a level conducive to their opponent’s abilities. April 2-June 29 Mon 6:30-11:00am and 7:00-9:30pm April 2-June 29 Tue 1:30-3:30pm April 2-June 29 Wed 9:15-11:30am April 2-June 29 Thus 1:00-3:30pm April 2-June 29 Fri 4:30-7:00pm April 2-June 29 Sat 10:45am-12:45pm Rated Pickleball (Drop-in Program) Players will be required to show their rating card at time of check-in. April 2-June 29 Mon 2:15-4:45pm April 2-June 29 Tues 11:00am-1:30pm April 2-June 29 Wed 6:30-9:00am April 2-June 29 Fri 6:30-10:00am and 7:15-10:00pm Volleyball (Drop-in Program) Come work on set, blocks and serves with your friends. Bring enough friends down and a game can be put together. April 2-June 29 Sun 7:45-10:00pm All ages 20

Pool Drop-in Programs Aquasize is a safe, well-balanced workout to music that is appropriate to all fitness levels. April 2-June 29 Mon/Wed/Fri 11:00am-12:00pm April 2-June 29 Tues/Thurs 10:00-11:00am, 7:00-8:00pm Aquasize Extreme is a higher-intensity, aggressive workout to music. This class is appropriate for advanced fitness levels or seasoned participants. April 2-June 29 Mon/Wed/Fri 9:00-10:00am Aqua Zumba ® blends the Zumba ® philosophy with water resistance for a low impact workout. April 2-June 29 Wed 7:30-8:15pm April 2-June 29 Thurs 9:00-9:45am Movers and Shakers is targeted to people with movement disorders for chronic conditions. April 2-June 29 Wed 1:00-1:45pm Qigong is a class of simple movements and a guided meditation in warm water. April 2-June 29 Fri 10:00-11:00am Swim Fitness is a tailored session for you. An instructor is available during coaching sessions. April 2-June 29 Mon to Fri 12:00-1:00pm April 2-June 29 Tu/Thurs 7:00-8:00pm Warm Water Stretching & Range of Motion is designed for those with mobility issues. April 2-June 29 Mon/Wed 12:00-12:45pm April 2-June 29 Thurs 12:30-1:15pm Registered Programs (Register online at slssportcentre.com) Parent & Baby Aquasize (4-12 months) is a unique warm water workout with your baby, while you tone your muscles, strengthen your core, and increase your flexibility. Your baby will benefit too! Advanced Tot Aquasize (12-36 months) is 45 minutes of cardio and muscular workout that integrates your baby. Toddlers will be introduced to self-rescue skills, holds & supports, and entries/exits from the pool. Private Lessons for Children or Adults Red Cross Programs include Swim Preschool, Swim Kids, Teen/Adult Swim Lessons (Swim Basics), and Instructor Courses. Lifesaving Society Programs include Bronze Medallion, Bronze Cross, and National Lifeguard. Swim Descriptions (Drop in) Lane Swim: Pick from slow, medium or fast paced lanes. Public Swim: Open swim for everyone. All children 6-9 must be actively supervised (within 3-5 metres of the child in the same pool) by a responsible person 16 years or older. Children 5 and under must be within arms’ reach at all times. Family Swim: Open swim oriented towards families to enjoy the Jayman BUILT Aquatic Centre amenities. All children regardless of age must be accompanied into the water by a responsible adult. Children 5 and under must be within arms’ reach at all times. Senior Swim: Certain areas of the pool will be dedicated to age 60+ use. Therapy Swim:for those guests who require specific therapy in warmer water. Adults and seniors are welcome to use the therapy pool during these times so long as the activities they are doing are gentle and non-disruptive to those guests using the pool for therapy. Guests under the age of 18 will require a note from a registered physiotherapist, chiropractor or doctor to utilize the therapy pool during designated Therapy Swim Times. 21

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