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Martial Arts Fencing

Martial Arts Fencing
Climbing
Skating
Additional fees are applicable and registration is required for the following Sports Activities. Attend the same class at the same time each week.

Learn Fencing

This program introduces techniques and basic body movements, basic blade movements and basic strategy.  Working in matched pairs, classes include skill building blended with competition among fellow class members.  Please bring running shoes, long athletic pants & a water bottle.  Eyeglasses can be worn when wearing a fencing mask, however, contact lenses are recommended.  All other equipment is provided.

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Currently not offered

Learn Rock Climbing

Located in the UGAA Rock Wall Centre, this program offers participants a safe and positive environment in which introductory climbing techniques will be taught.  Focus will be spent on indoor gym climbing safety, belay methods, rock climbing for fitness, rock climbing technique, games to play on vertical surfaces, indoor route finding, bouldering and skill & strength training.  All equipment is provided.

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Currently not offered

Learn to Play Hockey

Instructed by the Gryphon Women's Hockey Team, this four session course will be dedicated to learning how to play more effectively while developing your hockey skills. You must provide your own equipment (full hockey equipment including face mask required).

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Currently not offered

Learn to Play Hockey - Goalie

Instructed by the Gryphon Women's Hockey Team, this four session course will be dedicated to learning how to play more effectively while developing your hockey skills. You must provide your own equipment (full hockey equipment including face mask required).

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Currently not offered

Learn to Skate

This program is intended for non-skaters or for those with limited skill.  Skaters will practice skating forward and backwards, developing confidence and control including stops and turns. Participants must provide their own skates (figure or hockey) and recommend sharpening the blades prior to the first class.  Safety pads and a hockey helmet would be an asset to beginners.  Participants are expected to practice between sessions.

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Currently not offered

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