Starting March 5, some indoor fitness opportunities will open for the general public to participate in low-intensity group and individual fitness activities.
The following schedule of amenity openings are subject to change depending on the availability of resources or further provincial announcements:
Fitness Centre Openings:
• Kinsmen Sports Centre (March 5)
• Commonwealth Community Recreation Centre (March 5)
• The Meadows Community Recreation Centre (March 10)
• Terwillegar Community Recreation Centre (March 10)
• Clareview Community Recreation Centre (March 15)
Low-intensity activities are defined by being able to breathe and talk easily while engaged in the exercise. These include yoga, pilates, treadmill walking, all cardio and strength training equipment at a low intensity. See information on the perceived rate of exertion.
Aquatic centres will remain closed for the time being.
Residents are required to reserve a time slot through Move Learn Play before visiting a facility. Drop-in visits are not permitted. Facility reservations open March 4.
Low intensity fitness programs in facilities begin on March 8. The City will relaunch personal training opportunities within facilities. In-facility group fitness program registrations begin March 5.
New measures will be in place to ensure public health guidelines are followed. These requirements are:
• Maintain three metres distance from others while in facilities
• Avoid gathering inside and outside facilities
• Wear a mask or face covering at all times. Masks or face coverings are now mandatory when in a City recreation centre, including while involved in fitness activities
• Practice regular hand hygiene
• Stay home if experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19
Peter Hemingway is internationally famous for its award-winning design, and is recognized in Edmonton as an excellent training facility for swimmers and fitness-minded individuals.
The Coronation Community Recreation Centre project is now underway, please visit the project page for more information.