Fall 2017

Registration for Fall 2017 is open, click here for online registration and registration policies.

Financial Assistance available to residents of Old Ottawa East.

Corrections to print flyer
Occasionally we are required to make changes to our program offering after the Program Guide has gone to print. Details as published on this website are the most up to date.

Children and Youth Programs (Fall 2017)

Registration for Fall 2017 is open, click here for online registration and registration policies.

Babies and Preschool

Registration for Fall 2017 is open, click here for online registration and registration policies.

Little Lotus™ Parent & Baby Yoga (6 weeks - starting to crawl)

Regain strength, flexibility and stamina as you bond with your baby in a
supportive and welcoming environment. Tone and length your muscles,
strengthen your posture, relax and rejuvenate, relieve tension in the upper
body, and safely rebuild core strength. Enjoy special time with your baby,
either holding your baby in your arms, leaning against your leg, on your
front, sitting in your lap or resting on a blanket. Please bring a blanket
for your baby to sit on and a few favourite toys. Special time is made for
babies to enjoy their own yoga and bond with mom through touch, movement and
massage. This class is designed for infants 6 weeks - beginning to crawl. Register under Adult Fitness.
Minimum number of participants for course to run: 8
Instructor: Amanda DeGrace
Old Town Hall, 61 Main Street
November 7 – December 12 (6 weeks),
Tuesday, 10:00 – 11:00 a.m.
$90 per adult, Please note, registration is under Fitness, Adult programs.

Hush-a-Bye Babies® (1 - 12 months)

Participate with your baby in an interactive and fun program that focuses on teaching parents the traditions of oral language games and songs. Experience the power and pleasure of knowing a pocket full of rhymes and songs that you can do anywhere and anytime.
Learn how to use rhymes and songs effectively as a parenting tool to calm, distract and engage your baby during challenging times. The tools taught now will be with you forever to use and develop as your child grows from a baby into toddler hood.
Develop a lovely collection of songs for dancing and singing together. Enjoy a repertoire of lullabies to cuddle and comfort your baby.
Discover the delight and magic that comes from sharing rhymes and songs with your baby. Refreshments included.
Minimum number of participants for course to run: 10
Instructor: Alice Davidson has worked for 25 years with parents and their children. Over the years she has worked in a variety of roles in nursery schools, playgroups and community agencies. Most recently she coordinated and facilitated the Ottawa Parent Child Mother Goose Program. She brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to the Hush-a-Bye Babies program. Alice is married, a mother of three adult children and a proud grandmother of two precious granddaughters.
Old Town Hall, 61 Main Street
September 14 - October 26 (7 weeks)
Thursday, 1:00 - 2:30 p.m.
$96
November 2 - December 14 (7 weeks)
Thursday, 1:00 - 2:30 p.m.
$96

Community Playgroup (0 - 5 years)

An opportunity for your little one(s) to play and socialize. Free play will be followed by activities such as crafts, circle time and ride on toys. This playgroup is a popular place for parents and caregivers to connect with neighbours, have a coffee, and chat. Kids love the variety of toys, the social interaction and the activities. Activities are organized by the program coordinator, parents and caregivers are asked to assist.
Minimum number of participants for course to run: 10
Coordinator: Megan Shoemaker
Old Town Hall, 61 Main Street
September 22 - December 15 (13 weeks),
Friday, 9:30 - 11:30 a.m.
$48 first child, siblings $33, siblings under 12 months of age are free.

Cooperative Playgroup (0 – 3 years)

Parents and caregivers organize the activities in this playgroup. Toys, craft materials and coffee provided. The kids will explore wonderful toys while you enjoy getting to know your neighbours – it’s good for you and good for them! This is a casual setting and priced for flexibility, please feel free to come and go as you please and as suits your schedule.
Minimum number of participants for course to run: 8
Brantwood Park field house, 39 Onslow Crescent
September 19 - December 12 (13 weeks),
Tuesday, 9:30 – 11:30 a.m.
$30 for each child attending, siblings under 12 months of age are free and are not required to register

Peekaboo/Coucou! (0 – 3 years/0 - 3 ans)

A bilingual program of rhymes, songs and games. Activities organized by a coordinator.
Minimum number of participants for course to run: 8
Coordinator: Marina Lamont has worked as a bilingual children's librarian in Ottawa throughout her career.
Brantwood Park field house, 39 Onslow Crescent
October 12 - November 30 (8 weeks)
Thursday, 9:30 – 11:30 a.m.
$30 first child, siblings $15, siblings under 12 months of age are free.

Un programme bilingue de comptines, chansons et jeux animé par une coordonatrice.
Coordonatrice: Marina Lamont a travaillé à titre de bibliothécaire jeunesse bilingue à Ottawa durant toute sa carrière.
Pavillon du Parc Brantwood, 39 croissant Onslow
12 octobre – 30 novembre (8 semaines)
Jeudi, 9h30 à 11h30
$30 premier enfant, frère-soeur $15, frère-soeur de moins de 12 mois inscription gratuity

Music Together (0 - 4 years)

Songs, chants, movement, and instrument play in this fun non-performance-oriented musical experience! Developmentally appropriate for children and easy for parents and caregivers — regardless of their own musical ability.The mixed-age family music class is the essential Music Together® class, one that a child can attend from birth to kindergarten (0–5 years) and throughout all nine song collections. Grouping children of a variety of ages fosters natural, family-style learning. Younger children enjoy watching and imitating older ones; older children learn by leading younger ones; and adults are happy because the children in the family can go to class together. Each child can participate at his or her own level in singing, moving, chanting, listening, watching or exploring musical instruments. Any caregivers—parents, grandparents, nannies—can bring the children. The whole family is welcome and encouraged to participate in this fun and important family music experience.
Minimum number of participants for course to run: 6 families
Instructor: Jesse Kahat-Taillon is excited to be returning to teaching Music Together in Ottawa after a brief hiatus. Jesse has a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre with a music minor from the University of Northern Colorado, and she has been a registered Music Together center director and teacher since 2011. Her passion for creativity and expression shines when she is teaching her Music Together classes and she wants all families to enjoy making music and memories together.
Old Town Hall, 61 Main Street
September 23 - December 2 (10 weeks), no program October 7
Saturday, 9:30 - 10:15 a.m.
$160 including materials, siblings $110, siblings under 9 months are free

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School Age

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Youth Activity Club (7 – 12 years)

A fun Friday night gathering for our community youth! Games, activities and cooking are options each visit and refreshments are included, but most of all this is about FUN and making community connections!
Minimum number of participants for event to run: 10
Old Town Hall, 61 Main Street
December 15
Friday, 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
FREE, pre-registration required - a CAG sponsored FREE program
Please note, we do not take registrations on the night of the program. Spots are non -transferable. Registration closes three days prior to the program date.

Halloween Party (5 - 10 years)

Drop your kids off in costume for Halloween fun, crafts, games and a snack.
Minimum number of participants for course to run: 8
Old Town Hall, 61 Main Street
October 27
Friday
6:00 - 7:30 p.m.
$15

Group Guitar Lessons for Beginners (12 - 95 years) - NEW!

This class will take students through the basics of guitar playing including basic rhythms and strumming patterns, simple chord shapes, finger picking patterns, and some melodic reading. It will be a fun, collaborative experience for all attendees! By the end of the course participants will be ready to entertain their family and friends with few favourite classic folk and pop songs.
Maximum 10 participants per class. Participants provide their own instrument. Program in partnership with Ottawa Fine Arts.
Minimum number of participants for course to run: 5
Instructor: Alejandro Vega is an active collaborative and solo artist in the Ottawa region. He holds a Masters of Performance in Classical Guitar and has been the recipient of numerous awards and scholarships, including the Ed Honeywell Scholarship award, the Kiwanis Club of Vanier Trophy, and most recently the silver medal in classical guitar at the Kiwanis Nationals this past Summer. Alejandro enjoys teaching, and has been a chamber music coach for undergraduate ensembles at the University of Ottawa, as well as maintaining a studio of guitar students privately and at small schools around the city.
Old Town Hall, 61 Main Street
September 20 - December 6 (12 weeks),
Class cancelled October 4 - Make-up class on December 13
Wednesdays, 7:00 – 8:00 p.m.
$300
Please note, registration is under General Interest, Adult programs.

Adoption Potluck and Play (5 - 12 years)

A gathering for families brought together through adoption. The format is casual, offering fun for children and a chance for parents to connect with other adoptive families. Activities are organized by program participants. There are toys available, but participants are welcome to bring toys, games and craft activities to share. In spring and fall sports equipment is made available, in the winter participants often take advantage of the wonderful outdoor rink in Brantwood Park.
A potluck supper is part of the fun — each family brings a simple and nutritious food item to be shared.
Plates, cutlery, cups, etc., provided, as well as use of a coffeemaker, coffee, dishwasher, fridge and microwave. There is no stove.
Participants are asked to leave the room as found and leave dishes clean or in the dishwasher.
Minimum number of participants for course to run: 8
Brantwood Park field house, 39 Onslow
September 17, October 15, November 19 and December 10
Sunday, 4:30 – 6:30 p.m.
$25 per child attending

Registration for Fall 2017 is open, click here for online registration and registration policies.

After School and PD Days 2017-18

Important Notice: Fees for After School, commencing January 2018
The province of Ontario has recently announced some changes regarding employment policies that will impact fees for CAG programs and services.
The greatest impact is that this January 1, 2018, the minimum wage will increase to $14 an hour, a 22% increase. In order to meet this requirement and continue to offer fair and competitive pay to our employees, all salaries in our daycare programs will be raised.
This cost increase, together with others required to meet provincial regulations, are significant given the CAG’s small size and budget. As a result, fees for after school child care will be $210 per child per month, beginning January 1, 2018.
While CAG aims to offer lower rates for community members, this fee increase cannot be avoided given the changes in policy and regulations. Should this fee increase prohibit you from being able to benefit from CAG services, please email me at cworkun@ottawaeastCAG.ca.

A few spots open in both programs... Registration for After School is open now, click here for online registration

Old Town Hall After School (Age 6 – Grade 6)

Old Town Hall, 61 Main
Until 5:30 p.m. every school day as of September 5
$180 ($210/month from January 1, 2018)
Pick up from Lady Evelyn school, and Elgin St (Grades 1 - 3 only) and Francojeunesse buses.
•Emphasis on active outdoor play
•Parents provide snack (snack can be stored at the Old Town Hall for your family)
•Does not include PD Days
•Minimum 1:6 child to staff ratio
•Maximum number of children 24
Registration open now, spaces remaining
Old Town Hall After School Enrolment Form
Form to be completed and signed once registration deposit is received. Please read for full terms and conditions relating to the program.

Brantwood Park After School (Age 6 – Grade 6)

Brantwood Park field house, 39 Onslow Crescent
Until 5:45 p.m. every school day as of September 5
$180 ($210/month from January 1, 2018)
Pick up is from Hopewell and Lamoureux buses
•Emphasis on outdoor active play and the wonderful park setting
•Parents provide snack (snack can be stored at the field house for your family)
•Does not include PD Days
•Minimum 1:6 child to staff ratio
•Maximum number of children 24
Registration open now. Program currently full, add your name to the wait list by email to info@OttawaEastCAG.ca
Brantwood After School Enrolment Form
Form to be completed and signed once registration deposit is received. Please read for full terms and conditions relating to the program.

Please note that due to changes made by the Government of Ontario to the Child Care Act that came into effect in the 2017-18 school year, CAG can no longer accept registration from children under the age of 6. This means most Kindergarten children, we can however accept registrations for children in their senior Kindergarten year once they have reached their sixth birthday.

Registration Your child's spot is secured with a non-refundable deposit of one month's fees. The deposit will form your June 2018 payment if still in the program at that time.

Behaviour Management at After School
CAG is committed to providing a safe, nurturing and inclusive After School program that strengthens and builds each child’s self-esteem and provides a creative program that will capture your child’s attention and keep them positively engaged.
After School rules for the program are determined each September in partnership with the children. The overriding principles are safety, cooperation and respect.
Our first line approach to behaviour management is prevention. Staff are trained to keep an eye out for any developing issues and to distract and redirect before a situation develops. With the same end goal of prevention, we endeavour to present activities each day that keep the children productively engaged.
If a situation escalates, we do give consequences appropriate to the severity of the behaviour. Our goal is always to manage behaviours in a positive, constructive manner.
For more detail please see our Behaviour Management Policy and Policy with Regard Suspensions and Terminations.

First day of program Please note, if you are registered with the French Board, the first day of our program is September 5.

After School Program Refunds
Please note:
o Withdrawal from the program at any time (before the start of the program or after the start) will result in loss of deposit
o Withdrawal from the program after the start of the program also requires one calendar month’s notice. If less than one calendar month’s notice is provided, parents/guardians will be required to pay one month’s fees in lieu of notice.
o Partial refunds will not be issued for temporary absence from the program for any reason.

After School Program Payment
Monthly payment for the program is by a series of post dated cheques for $180/month/child dated for the first day of September through to December and for $210/month/ child dated for the first day of January through to May. The deposit paid to secure you place in the program will form your June 2018 payment if still in the program at that time.

Please email cworkun@OttawaEastCAG.ca if you have any questions, comments or suggestions.

Registration for Fall 2017 is open, click here for online registration and registration policies.

Adult Programs 16+ (Fall 2017)

Registration for Fall 2017 is open, click here for online registration and registration policies.

We are sorry but children/youth under the age of 16 are not permitted to attend adult programs unless indicated in the program description.

General Interest

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Lacto-Fermentation: Sauerkraut & Kimchi Lesson

In this interactive workshop, participants will learn all about lacto-fermentation. Working together, participants will make their own sauerkraut and kimchi and will also have the opportunity to try a few varieties as well. The facilitator will speak to the health benefits of fermented foods and share tips on how to include these foods in day to day life. Participants will walk away with a greater understanding how to ferment, the health benefits of
fermentation, and 4 jars of lacto-fermented cabbage (classic sauerkraut, German style sauerkraut, red ‘kraut, and kimchi). Please bring a cutting board and sharp knife, we supply the rest.
Minimum number of participants for course to run: 8
Instructor: Amy Longard
Old Town Hall, 61 Main Street
October 23
Monday, 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
$47

Group Guitar Lessons for Beginners (12 - 95 years) - NEW!

This class will take students through the basics of guitar playing including basic rhythms and strumming patterns, simple chord shapes, finger picking patterns, and some melodic reading. It will be a fun, collaborative experience for all attendees! By the end of the course participants will be ready to entertain their family and friends with few favourite classic folk and pop songs.
Maximum 10 participants per class. Participants provide their own instrument. Program in partnership with Ottawa Fine Arts.
Minimum number of participants for course to run: 5
Instructor: Alejandro Vega is an active collaborative and solo artist in the Ottawa region. He holds a Masters of Performance in Classical Guitar and has been the recipient of numerous awards and scholarships, including the Ed Honeywell Scholarship award, the Kiwanis Club of Vanier Trophy, and most recently the silver medal in classical guitar at the Kiwanis Nationals this past Summer. Alejandro enjoys teaching, and has been a chamber music coach for undergraduate ensembles at the University of Ottawa, as well as maintaining a studio of guitar students privately and at small schools around the city.
Old Town Hall, 61 Main Street
September 20 - December 6 (12 weeks),
Class cancelled October 4 - Make-up class on December 13
Wednesdays, 7:00 – 8:00 p.m.
$300

Cooking with Seaweed

Seaweed (or sea vegetables) are a veritable super food. More nutrient dense than any vegetation found on land, seaweed is an excellent food to incorporate into your diet. To learn about the health benefits and how to cook with seaweed, please join natural food chef and holistic nutritionist, Amy Longard, for an interesting and informative workshop. You'll get an opportunity to taste a variety of dishes and take home the recipes too. The food prepared with be vegan and gluten free.
Minimum number of participants for course to run: 8
Instructor: Amy Longard
Old Town Hall, 61 Main Street
September 25
Monday, 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
$36

Registration for Fall 2017 is open, click here for online registration and registration policies.

Sport

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Men's Basketball

Come out and shoot some hoops – it’s a great way to stay in shape. This is a non-instructional pick up program for those with some previous basketball experience. Participants provide their own basketballs.
Minimum number of participants for course to run: 10
Lady Evelyn Alternative School, 63 Evelyn
October 18 - December 6 (8 weeks),
Wednesday, 8:30 – 10:00 p.m.
$40

Registration for Fall 2017 is open, click here for online registration and registration policies.

Fitness

Registration for Fall 2017 is open, click here for online registration and registration policies.

Better Body Boot Camp

Better Body Bootcamp is a fun, dynamic and challenging workout that incorporates functional movement, coordination, agility drills, cardiovascular and resistance training, core strength development, postural awareness and flexibility education. The workouts are designed to suit all levels and can be adapted to meet your fitness level and goals at any stage of the program. This Bootcamp incorporates bodyweight, tubing, hand weights, stability balls, skipping ropes, BOSU, and much, much more to create a unique program every time you attend.
Minimum number of participants for course to run: 8
Instructor: Katie Ireland’s involvement in the world of fitness training spans two decades. As a competitive athlete and dedicated professional, Katie has focused on hard work, sharing her passion with others and always keeping in touch with the latest trends in fitness. Katie holds a Bachelor’s degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Toronto as well as a Bachelor’s degree in Physical and Health Education from Queen’s University.
Lady Evelyn Alternative School, 63 Evelyn Avenue
October 16 – December 4 (8 weeks),
Monday, 8:00 – 9:00 p.m.
$96
October 18 – December 6 (8 weeks),
Wednesday, 7:15 – 8:15 p.m.
$96
December 11 (1 week),
Monday, 8:00 – 9:00 p.m.
$12
December 13 (1 week),
Wednesday, 7:15 – 8:15 p.m.
$12

Little Lotus™ Parent & Baby Yoga (6 weeks - starting to crawl)

Regain strength, flexibility and stamina as you bond with your baby in a
supportive and welcoming environment. Tone and length your muscles,
strengthen your posture, relax and rejuvenate, relieve tension in the upper
body, and safely rebuild core strength. Enjoy special time with your baby,
either holding your baby in your arms, leaning against your leg, on your
front, sitting in your lap or resting on a blanket. Please bring a blanket
for your baby to sit on and a few favourite toys. Special time is made for
babies to enjoy their own yoga and bond with mom through touch, movement and
massage. This class is designed for infants 6 weeks - beginning to crawl. Register under Adult Fitness.
Minimum number of participants for course to run: 8
Instructor: Amanda DeGrace
Old Town Hall, 61 Main Street
November 7 – December 12 (6 weeks),
Tuesday, 10:00 – 11:00 a.m.
$90 per adult, Please note, registration is under Fitness, Adult programs.

Vinyasa Flow Yoga

Re-connect with your mind and body in this active yoga practise. Each class includes breath awareness, postures, and the linking of both. A variety of standing and seated postures, balancing poses, backbends, twists, and inversions will be linked to create a flow or “vinyasa.” Good form and alignment is emphasized.
Minimum number of participants for course to run: 8
Instructor: Peter Kusovac certified as a yoga instructor in 2003. He continues to train with Shiva Rea, Rodney Yee, Yogi Vishvketu and others and integrates these experiences in his teaching.
Old Town Hall, 61 Main Street
September 20 - December 6 (12 weeks)
Wednesday, 5:30 – 7:00 p.m. (Intermediate)
Wednesday, 7:15 – 8:45 p.m. (Beginner/Intermediate)
$96

Hatha Yoga

Balance mind and body with physical exercises or “asanas"; controlled breathing and the calming of the mind through relaxation. This class is suitable for both new enthusiasts as well as the more experienced. In this yoga class, you will discover classic asana sequences, detailed instruction, and breathing and mindfulness techniques. The postures presented in this series are powerful, fluid and will help to safely and effectively enhance your strength, flexibility and balance.
Minimum number of participants for course to run: 8
Instructor: Leia McIntyre is a Yoga Alliance certified Hatha instructor with a background in athletic conditioning and core strength.
Old Town Hall, 61 Main Street
September 23 – December 9 (11 weeks), no program October 7
Saturday, 9:15 – 10:45 a.m. (Beginner/Intermediate)
$88

Yin Yoga

Yin Yoga is known as "the practice of quiet power". All postures are practiced on the floor and are generally held for a long period of time, usually three to five minutes. Props are used to support the body so as to release tension along with the breath. Students of yin experience an increased ability to calm the body and mind and a dramatic increase of flexibility when practiced with consistency. The deep relaxation that is often experienced in yin is very restorative and can lead to a greater sense of well being.
Minimum number of participants for course to run: 8
Instructor: Debbie Michelin is an experienced personal trainer Yin Yoga and Pilates instructor
Old Town Hall, 61 Main Street
September 18 – December 4 (11 weeks), no program October 9
Monday, 7:15 – 8:30 p.m.
$88

Pilates

There’s a reason Pilates has become so popular – it works. This unique form of exercise is designed to improve the overall strength and agility of the body. It's a great workout that focuses on abdominal and back strength, spinal alignment and joint mobility to improve posture, relieve pain and prevent injury.
Minimum number of participants for course to run: 8
Instructor: Debbie Michelin is an experienced personal trainer and Pilates instructor
Old Town Hall, 61 Main Street
September 26 – December 12 (12 weeks)
Tuesday, 7:15 – 8:15 p.m. (Beginner/Intermediate)
$96

Tai Chi Qi Gong

Enjoy a gentle way to tone and strengthen your body as well as improve concentration, coordination and balance. A self healing art that combines gentle movement and meditation to enhance the mind/body connection and assist in healing. This 3000 year old practice is believed to prevent illness, reduce stress and integrate mind, body and spirit.
Minimum number of participants for course to run: 8
Instructor: Hiromi McPhail
September 20 – December 6 (12 weeks),
Wednesday, 1:30 – 2:30 p.m. (Beginner/Intermediate)
$96

20-20-20

Twenty minutes cardio, twenty minutes strength, twenty minutes core and stretch.
Minimum number of participants for course to run: 8
Instructor: Christine Johnson
Old Town Hall, 61 Main Street
September 19 - December 12 (13 weeks)
Tuesday, 8:30 - 9:30 a.m.
$78

Strength and Tone

If you are looking to strengthen and tone then this is the class for you. Let us help you build muscular strength and endurance by using a variety of equipment. These exercises combined with stretch will ensure improved flexibility, mobility and stability as well as increased metabolic rate, lean muscle mass and muscle strength.
Minimum number of participants for course to run: 8
Instructor: Hiromi McPhail
Old Town Hall, 61 Main Street
September 22 - December 15 (13 weeks)
Friday, 8:00 – 9:00 a.m.
$78

Single Class Fitness Passes

Please bring your receipt to class as proof of purchase, pre-registration required. Passes can only be used in the session in which they are purchased and if space permits. Passes go on sale starting the day prior to the start of the session.
$18/class Better Body Boot Camp
$12/class Vinyasa, Hatha or Yin Yoga, Pilates, Tai Chi
$9/class Strength and Tone
Vouchers are non-transferable, non-refundable and only for the session in progress.

Urban Pole Walking

Learn how to incorporate Urban Poling Nordic walking into your personal fitness plan with SusanYungblut, Physiotherapist and Certified Urban Poling Instructor. Experience how this activity can improve posture, increase upper body and core strength, provide an enhanced cardiovascular workout while reducing impact on lower back, hips, knees, ankles, and feet, at the same time be SOCIAL and FUN!
Following a brief introduction and demonstration, you will be sized for Urban Poling poles. We will warm up and then cool down together following an invigorating 40 minute walk. Poles provided though you are welcome to bring your own if your prefer.
Minimum number of participants for course to run: 8
Old Town Hall, 61 Main Street
September 19 and October 3 (2 weeks)
Tuesday, 7:00 - 8:00 p.m.
$15

Better Body Boot Camp in the Park

Better Body Bootcamp is a fun, dynamic and challenging workout that incorporates functional movement, coordination, agility drills, cardiovascular and resistance training, core strength development, postural awareness and flexibility education. The workouts are designed to suit all levels and can be adapted to meet your fitness level and goals at any stage of the program. This Bootcamp incorporates bodyweight, tubing, hand weights, stability balls, skipping ropes, BOSU, and much, much more to create a unique program every time you attend.
Minimum number of participants for course to run: 8
Instructor: Katie Ireland’s involvement in the world of fitness training spans two decades. As a competitive athlete and dedicated professional, Katie has focused on hard work, sharing her passion with others and always keeping in touch with the latest trends in fitness. Katie holds a Bachelor’s degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Toronto as well as a Bachelor’s degree in Physical and Health Education from Queen’s University.
Brantwood Park, 39 Onlsow Crescent
September 11 – October 2 (4 weeks),
Monday, 7:00 – 8:00 p.m.
$48
September 13 – October 4 (4 weeks),
Class cancelled October 4 - Make-up class October 11
Wednesday, 7:00 – 8:00 p.m.
$48

Registration for Fall 2017 is open, click here for online registration and registration policies.