Classes may be ending, but both campuses offer activities right through the spring and summer.
At Loyola, there are ball and roller hockey leagues. Play begins the week of June 5. There's also a co-ed softball league at Loyola, starting the week of May 29. Beginner and advanced volleyball are also offered. For more information, please call Ray, Mike, or Janet, at 848-3858.
Downtown at the Victoria Gym, the spring session runs from May 1 to June 30 and includes a full roster of activities: aerobics, dance (classical ballet, salsa), martial arts (tai chi, super-kickboxing, capoeira, Jeet Kune Do kickboxing), and recreational sports, including basketball, fencing, yoga and use of the weight room. At Loyola, recreational activities include aerobics, kendo, laido and weight training, as well as the sport leagues.
Too ambitious for you? You can always walk. Concordia Health Services has organized a free walking group with support from Recreation and Athletics, and it just got under way.
A six-week session has started downtown on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays for beginners (flat terrain, moderate pace, heading toward Westmount) or intermediate walkers (brisk pace, hilly terrain, going up the mountain). There are two times, noon to 12:30 p.m. and 12:45 to 1:15 p.m. Beginners meet at the green space opposite the Guy Metro, and intermediates meet on the Mackay St. side of the Hall Building.
Kickboxing class, taught by Michael Gregory at the Victoria Gym.
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