Live Active with UBC Recreation

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For the 2013-2014 school year recreation facilities across campus banded together forming UBC Recreation, dedicated to improving the overall health and wellness of the campus community. With the Live Active, Be______ campaign, UBC Recreation has shown that partaking in recreational activities has more than just physical benefits. Be HAPPY, Be DETERMINED, Be INSPIRED. This focus on health and well-being continues on into Summer 2014. Read on to find out all of the opportunities you can take advantage of over the next few months.

Student Recreation Centre

At the SRC students have countless opportunities to improve their health and wellness, from drop-in sports to intramural leagues and events and instructional programming. For more information on any one of these areas see the links below:

Come by the SRC from May 20-26 to try any of our instructional programs for FREE! A full schedule of yoga, pilates, martial arts, fitness, health and dance classes can be found online or by picking up a copy of the UBC Recreation Adult Guide.

Birdcoop Fitness Centre

Located in the Student Recreation Centre, the Birdcoop Fitness Centre is UBC’s most popular fitness facility. In addition to the facility itself, the Birdcoop offers bootcamp, spin and fitness classes as well as a Bouldering Cave and Spin Studio. More information on the Birdcoop Fitness Centre and memberships can be found here.

Ponderosa Commons Studio

The newest space in the UBC Recreation family, the Ponderosa Commons Studio offers a variety of instructional programs including yoga, pilates, dance, fitness and health classes. Stop by between May 20-26 for FREE classes!

UBC Aquatic Centre

Hop in the pool at the UBC Aquatic Centre! With a packed schedule of activity there’s something for everyone. The Aquatic Centre offers both casual open-swim programs as well as swim lessons, aquatic fitness and first-aid and lifesaving courses.For more information on specific areas within Aquatics see the links below:

Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre

Strap on some skates and get out on the ice! A former Olympic venue, the Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre is home to three ice-rinks and countless programs. From casual drop-in skating/hockey, family hockey and figure skating to programs to improve your on ice ability, there’s a program for people of every age and skill level. For more information on specific areas on the Ice see the links below: