Winter Program 2021

Online registration Page: https://registration.nutana.ca/

Registration closes January 10th.

The NCA is moving ahead with a wide range of indoor programming for the winter with all classes offered via Zoom.

There will be no in-person registration for winter 2021 programs. Each program runs for 10 classes; there will be NO CLASSES during the Feb 15-19 school break. All program dats/times are subject to change, particularly given the fluid situation around COVID-19.

Class name day time cost start date end date end time instructor
Gentle Yoga Wed 2:00 PM $60.00 Jan 20 Mar 31 3:00 PM Laureen Sumner
Yoga Fit Tue 6:15 PM $60.00 Jan 19 Mar 30 7:15 PM Leah Brannen
Yoga for Runners & Others (Monday) Mon 6:15 PM $60.00 Jan 18 Mar 29 7:15 PM Leah Brannen
Yoga for Runners & Others (Thursday) Thu 6:15 PM $60.00 Jan 21 Apr 1 7:15 PM Leah Brannen
Yoga Multi-Level – Thursday Thu 7:30 PM $50.00 Jan 21 Apr 1 8:30 PM Laureen Sumner
Yoga for Sleep Tue 7:30 PM $50.00 Jan 19 Mar 30 8:30 PM Kathleen Brannen
Yoga Dance for Family Tue 6:15 PM $50.00 Jan 19 Mar 30 7:00 PM Amanda Plante
Yoga Nidra Wed 7:30 PM $50.00 Jan 20 Mar 31 8:30 PM Amanda Plante
Muscle Sculpt Thu 10:30 AM $50.00 Jan 21 Apr 1 11:30 AM Leah Brannen
Guitar Thu 7:00PM $50.00 21-Jan 1-Apr 8:30PM Perry Boyko
Gyrokinesis Wed 6:00PM $60.00 20-Jan 31-Mar 7:15PM Natasha Martina
Taichi Tue 2:00PM $80.00 19-Jan 30-Mar 3:30PM Steven Wang


Membership & Fees:

A non-refundable membership fee of $10/individual or family/year is required to participate in program and must be presented at the time of program sign-up. NCA honours all other Community Association memberships. Each Program runs for 10 classes.

Payment information:

This year, we will not be hosting an in-person registration night, so credit card is greatly preferred.

Credit Card: You can pay with your credit card on our registration website. It is a secure site.

Cost as Barrier:

In an effort to ensure that everyone who want to participate in a program are able to, NCA offers cost-as-a-barrier assistance and/or KidSport applications are available for those facing financial hardship.

To inquire/apply, please contact Indoor Programming Coordinator at programming@nutana.ca, or ask a volunteer at registration night. All inquiries are kept confidential.

Course Descriptions

We have a new programs this session:

Learn to Knit – The first part of the class we’ll make a basic dishcloth to teach basic knitting techniques before doing a pair of mittens.

ADULT/YOUNG ADULT

Gyrokinesis

The GYROKINESIS® method incorporates rhythmic, flowing and undulating sequences in seated, lying, and standing positions. The classes will utilize principles of movement found in swimming, yoga, qigong and ballet with an emphasis on rotational movement in the spine and limbs. Classes are adapted to fit each student’s needs and abilities: from those living with a disability, or recovering from injury, to amateur athletes. You will need a mat and a chair or stool for class.

Tai Chi

Tai Chi is the most famous traditional Chinese Martial Art. Now, it is the best enlightenment for health! Our Tai Chi program is including 3 parts:

1. Anapanasati Meditation It refers to inhalation and exhalation. It is focus mindfulness of breathing and good for the overall physical and mental health.

2. Meridian YOGA – YI JIN JING

It has the guide from the meridian theory. Meridians are near the
ligaments. It is a stretching exercise to make the meridian clear.

3. WOO STYLE TAICHI

Tai Chi has over hundred years history and is an energy movement in
right body pose and right psychological state. It can make energy flow
better and improve the energy level of the body.

Yoga Fit

Yogafit is a “flow” style of yoga aimed at people who want to improve their fitness levels. Participants move through sequences of poses that include lunges, squats and planks to build greater strength, increase flexibility and improve balance. The class ends with deep stretching poses that allow the body to relax.

Instructor: Leah Brannen

Yoga Multi-Level

Learn (or revisit!) the basic postures, sequences, and relaxation techniques in this user-friendly class. You may bring your own mat or borrow one of ours.

Yoga for Runners and Others

Focuses on developing core strength through a series of poses that build in intensity. Sequences will build flexibility through hips and legs and will develop upper body strength. Please bring your own mat.

Instructor: Leah Brannen

Guitar

All registered participants, please purchase a 20.00 snarky guitar tuner at Long n McQuade.

 

Perry Boyko, our guitar instructor.