Adult Seasonal Programs

Program Manager

Alyse Reichardt

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Adult Programs

Mooredale has more than just programs for children and youth.  We have programs for adults too!  

Active Programs:

9:30 Workout – Mondays and Fridays (9:30 – 10:30am)
This class is practically an institution at Mooredale. Running on Monday, and Friday’s, the 9:30 Workout is an effective and efficient one hour full body workout, combining cardiovascular and strength training. Led by Rebecca Bell, an experience fitness instructor, who offers effective personalized attention that draws on her depth of knowledge and passion for body mechanics. The class includes 30 minutes dedicated to CARDIO FITNESS and 30 minutes of focused STRENGTH and FLEXIBILITY training.

Stretch Fusion – Wednesdays (9:30 – 10:30am)
This class offers a combination of dance and yoga based stretch movements. If you are looking to include flexibility based training into
your fitness routine, if you are eager to improve your range of motion, or
if you are looking to feel the wonderful sense of ease that an hour spent
mindfully stretching and releasing tightness, this class is for you! Instructed by Rebecca Bell

Pilates: A Core strengthening, Body Balancing, Surprisingly Challenging class: – Wednesday (7:45 – 8:45pm)
One of the great attributes of Pilates based training is its inherent goal of improving movement skills and therefore performance in sports and in life. In this 50 min. class, you will improve your balance and posture, strengthen your core muscles, and integrate movement throughout your body. The class includes both standing and mat focused exercise, and the addition of foam rollers and other types of equipment helps in building better movement patterns, increased muscle strength, as well as improving the neural connections involved in that outcome. Body and Mind working together to help make what you do in your workout applicable to the rest of your life!

Essentrics: The Dynamic Workout – Tuesday ( 6:00 – 7:00pm)

Essentrics® is a full-body stretching & strengthening program designed to tone the bod, decompress joints while rebalancing, lengthening & strengthening all 640 muscles. Regular practice boosts our energy & enhances our muscle tone, posture, flexibility & strength. Instructed by Suzanne Park. Visit their website for more information: https://essentrics.com/

Adult Karate – Mondays (7:30 – 8:30pm)
After many years of teaching karate to the children of Mooredale members, instructor James Greer from the Cold Mountain School has introduced Karate to any interested adults at Mooredale. Trained as a Second degree black belt, James designs and teaches karate programs that will be suitable for any fitness and skill level. Participants will progress through traditional Okinawan Karate and self-defense.

Yoga – Thursday (7:30 – 8:30pm)
James will be teaching an exploratory yoga program for beginners and those who would like to try other aspects of yoga. Students will be introduced to traditional Ashtanga primary poses, restoration, yin yoga, pranayama and doweling. The aim is to help students develop and advance their own practices as the become less stresses, healthy and strong. Participants can bring their own yoga mat or one will be provided.

Ravine Hike – Coming Soon !

LEISURE PROGRAMS:

Sweet Joy Bake ClubSunday (10:00 – 11:00) or Tuesday (7:00 – 8:30pm)
Pastry Chef Rita formerly of the Windsor Arms Hotel, began her journey
at Mooredale with the children’s baking program – One Bowl Bake Club.
Her infectious energy and in-depth baking knowledge make her classes
unique. Now we are happy to offer a class for our adult members – Sweet
Joy Bake Club! Participants can look forward to carefully curated lessons
with only Rita Giallonardo original recipes. A balance between sweet and
savory while always delicious – join us Sundays virtually or in-person later
on this spring.
Chef Rita is also available for private booking or workshops – please
enquire with program manager areichardt@mooredale.on.ca

Spanish with Magic Languages – Spanish Lessons Monday – Friday (varying time slots) Our Spanish program is designed for students who want to learn Spanish
in a dynamic way while absorbing the lively culture that comes with the
language. Our private classes are made to meet your needs. We adjust
the classes according to your level and your objectives. Whether you want
to focus on casual conversation, professional or business needs. We will
work on grammar, writing or technical vocabulary.

Spanish Language Travelling Workshop – Thursday Join us for an evening full of the beautiful Spanish language. Learn
common travelling phrases and tips and tricks while travelling in Spanish
speaking counties. This workshop is will include language content,
travelling information, photos, media which will make you feel like you are
in Spain. It will also include a small tasting plate of Spanish wines and
cheese for you palette to enjoy. Private bookings are also available.

French Language with Mlle. Juliana Giallonardo – Monday – Friday ( 4:00 – 8:00pm) Mlle. Juliana Giallonardo is back at Mooredale and is so excited to share
her love of the French language through private lessons. For young
children all the way to adults, Mlle. Juliana will tailor her teaching to each
individual student whether she is helping with homework, prepping for
exams, or just strengthening a French language competency.

Chess Club Wednesday

Chess Institute of Canada is the only licensed Chess Curriculum in
Canada, it challenges it participants to think differently, solve problems
and to have fun learning the game of Chess. CIC has been a part of the
pre-school for a few years, so now we are offering this program to our
school age and adult community members through a weekly Chess Club.

Mental Health First Aid Training – Thursdays ( 6:00 – 9:00pm)

Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) is the support provided to a person who
may be experiencing a decline in their mental well-being or a mental
health crisis. Course participants will learn how to recognize signs that
a person may be experiencing a decline in their mental well-being or a
mental health crisis and encourage that person to:
• Talk about declines in their mental well-being
• Discuss professional and other supports that could help with recovery
to improved mental well-being
• Reach out to these support
• Assist in a mental health or substance use crisis
• Use MHFA actions to maintain one’s own mental well-being
Steph Kersta registered psychotherapist will be facilitating this course,
to find out more information please visit;
https://www.mhfa.ca/en/home
https://www.sk-consulting.ca/

Paint Night

Join us for spring paint nights hosted by Painting and Cocktails – either
in-person or virtually. If you are joining us in person the supplies are
provided for you. Included in the in-person paint nights are wine and
some snacking options. Those registered will get to vote on paint choice !