Soccer studies

There is a Level 1 Soccer Coaching Course coming up on Thursday, May 9 from 6-9 p.m. at RSS.

Excerpts from the Rossland Recreation Department report:

There is a Level 1 Soccer Coaching Course coming up on Thursday, May 9 from 6-9 p.m. at RSS. The course theory will be taught in the Library Lab, and practical skills will be taught in the gym. This course is free for anyone interested in learning the fundamentals of soccer and focuses on the U6 age group—teaching learning objectives like; prepare and effectively organize a practice; introduce fundamental movement and soccer skills and support players in practice and game environments. More info can be found on the Kootenay South Soccer website, at www.kootenaysouthsoccer.com

Corelates at the Miners’ Union Hall starts next 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.

Little Kids Rugby for kids five to eight years of age has started on Friday and runs every Friday from 3-4 p.m. on the MacLean Elementary School field. The course runs for the remainder of May and June and then picks up again in September. The program teaches the basics of non-contact rugby and helps develop a child’s basic motor skills by focusing on activities that develop balance, co-ordination and agility.

Trail Parks and Recreation is offering an NLS Course at the end of June. NLS (National Lifeguard Standard) is one of the required courses needed to become employable as a lifeguard. The course runs Friday, June 21 to Sunday, June 30 and the cost is $400. Anyone wanting to register can call (250) 364-0888. Further questions regarding the course can be directed to Gabby Kravski- aquatic coordinator for Trail by email at gkravski@trail.ca or by phone at 250-364-0839.

The Recreation Department is putting together the Summer brochure. This publication spans the months of June, July and August. If you would like to run a program, please contact our Department to discuss your ideas. If you’re a community organization who would like a special event advertised in the Community Events and Information section, please email us the specifics, at recreation@rossland.ca

 

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