Recreational activities are an essential element of life! Why not learn a new skill, technique, or position? Concordia Recreation offers activities that are geared to individuals looking for new and rewarding challenges in a non-competitive atmosphere.
Badminton (Le Gym)
Bring a friend or two and enjoy a game of recreational singles or doubles at Le Gym. There are 2 courts, and a limited number of racquets and shuttlecocks provided.
Bring a friend or two and enjoy a game of recreational singles or doubles at Concordia Gym on the Loyola campus. Four regulation size courts; limited racquets are available for use upon presentation of a picture I.D. card.
For players interested in pursuing a more formal and competitive badminton experience, the Concordia Recreation team competes in the LBA (Lakeshore Badminton Association) during fall and winter. This attracts players of all levels and league matches are played in a friendly, yet competitive spirit. This activity takes place at the Concordia Gym on the Loyola campus. For more information please contact Concordia Recreation
In order to play with the competitive badminton team, you will be required to register for the Sunday badminton offered at the Loyola campus. Following this you will have the opportunity to be evaluated and considered for the competitive team that plays in a western Montreal league (LBA badminton league). If selected, you will play on the team at home (Loyola campus) and against other teams away from Concordia in the western part of Montreal.
This High intensity boot camp style class will test your heart in more ways than one. Each class will be a series of circuits designed to challenge both your strength and your endurance. With a few simple tools, pull-up bars, parallel bars, TRX, benches and most importantly your own body you will have a fun and dynamic workout. Classes will start off with a dynamic warm-up with mobility and agility drills aimed at preparing you for the workout to come. The workout itself will be short, intense and efficient. Some days will be more leg focused, others more upper body, all will be cardio intensive with few rest periods. All levels are welcomed as you will go at your own pace.
Come cap off the week with a workout unlike any other at our outdoor training park in the heart of downtown.
Come enjoy the benefits of this energizing and uplifting Yoga class outdoors in the fall.
Shine from within with positive and renewed "prana" (energy) to awaken and harmonize the physical body, mind, heart and spirit.
Looking to play a bit of ball but don't have the time to join a league, but still need your B-Ball fix? Well look no further as Campus Recreation offers pick-up basketball action at the Le Gym on a regular basis.
Four on four basketball uses the same principles and skill set as regulation basketball, except that it is played on a half court with only four players per side. This form of basketball allows the recreational athlete an opportunity to stay involved in this great sport without having to participate in a formalized league format. A coordinator/staff member will be present to ensure things go smoothly and everyone gets equal court time.
All participants are required to register and pay the activity fee before getting started. This fee will allow you to play 4-on-4 ball all semester as scheduled. Please note that the registration fees are not transferable between campus recreation locations.
Basketballs are available in exchange of a 4-on-4 membership card.
Location: Ed Meagher Arena - Loyola Campus
Skating 101 is a learn-to-skate program, designed for skaters of all levels and ages. This program focuses on fun, participation, and basic skill development. Lessons are offered in both group and individual environments and participants are encouraged to develop at their own pace. Skills focused upon are; forward and backwards skating, balance, and basic figure skating elements such as spins and jumps.
* Please note that participants must supply their own skates.
Location: Concordia Gym - Loyola campus
Tennis 101 is an instructional program for individuals (18+) who would like to learn how to play tennis. Lessons are offered in a small group setting and participants are encouraged to develop at their own pace.
Skills focused upon are;
- Ball judgment, contact point and stroke technique
- Proper grip
- Open and closed stances
- Basic forehand and backhand techniques
- Serve, volley and overhead strokes