Mountain biking clinic

A course designed to help you progress to a more advanced set of mountain biking skills as the course works through body positioning.

Betty Go Hard is running a one-day, Next Level Accelerator (Lvl 2-3) Ladies Mountain Biking Clinic on Sunday, June 16 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. This course is designed to help you progress to a more advanced set of mountain biking skills as the course works through body positioning, slow and high speed cornering, downhill switchbacks, wheel lifts, natural and man-made structures and obstacles and overall trail flow techniques. The course includes shuttle, coaching, skill practice, prizes and video analysis.

The last Babysitters Course before Summer is running this Saturday, May 25th 9 a.m.-4 p.m. at the Rossland Arena Lounge. If your child is interested in babysitting this summer, this is a great course to prepare them for that responsibility. The eight-hour course covers eight topics, including; responsibilities, child development, nutrition, behaviour, emergencies, safety and first aid, illness, physical challenges and special needs issues.

The last Home Alone course before summer is being offered on Wednesday, June 12 from 6-8:30 p.m. This is a great course to prepare your child for summer and times that they may be left alone, at home. The program provides them with the skills they need to feel safe and confident in stressful situations, household mishaps and in the event of an emergency. This course is for children ages 10-13 years.

Corelates at the Miners Hall starts this week on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9-10 a.m., May 14 to June 20. Corelates is an amazing workout using Pilates and core strengthening exercises to tone your entire body. Improve flexibility, balance and coordination as well. You will love the results. This course is instructed by Gabby Jangula from Out of Bounds Fitness.

Kootenay Danceworks is holding its year end performance, An Evening of Gratitude, at the Charles Bailey Theatre on Saturday, May 25 from 6:30-8:30 p.m.

Are you looking for an outdoor Yoga class? Instructor Cynthia Anonuevo, RYT, is introducing an outdoor beginner Vinyasa Flow Yoga class at the Rossglen Park in lower Rossland, starting Wednesday June 5, from 5:30-6:30 p.m. The weekly class will run on Wednesdays, from 5:30-6:30 p.m until July 31. Classes will combine flowing progressions from one pose to another, as well as sustained postures with attention to basic alignment and therapeutic principles. These drop in classes are by donation with all proceeds being donated to the Rossland Food Bank. Please contact Rossland Recreation, at 250-362-2327 for more information.

The Tuesday evening Zumba classes have cancelled due to low numbers now that the weather has turned nice. Evening Zumba will likely resume in September.

The Rossland Pool opens on Saturday June 1 at 1 p.m. The school board lessons actually start on Monday, May 27 in order to instruct the large number of lessons. The Summer Brochure is almost done and will be online by the end of May. Hard copies will be in the mailboxes by the first week of June.

 

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