The Programs

Stand Up Paddle Board (SUP)

Stand-Up Paddleboarding (SUPing) is a great way to explore the river and get a workout at the same time. Cascades Club has four SUPs that are free for use by club members. Before reserving and using a SUP, club members must take a required Introduction to SUP course. Members who have already taken the course …

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Boxing

You can expect: safe, expert, graduated training in “the sweet science of boxing” from the fundamentals to more advanced boxing skills a workout that will improve your cardio, strength and core fitness lots of partner work, learning to throw and safely catch punches  absolutely no body or head contact and no sparring  Classes will be held …

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Dragon Boat

Dragon boating is easy to learn, very safe and a sport where men and women practice and race together. Dragon boating provides an inclusive and unbiased environment for all ages and fitness levels. Once a paddler is in stroke, he or she is helping the team! Dragon boating at Cascades has something to offer everyone, …

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Squash

You can register to be a Cascades Club Squash Member by clicking here:   Register for Squashpowered by Amilia.com   Squash at the Cascades Club is alive and well.  Cascades squash has two international sized courts which are some of the best in the National Capital Region.  The courts also have the best viewing areas …

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Summer Camp

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Sprint Paddling

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Spinning

Spinning program (Indoor Cycling)     Spinning is a group indoor cycling workout on a stationary bike. The music and lighting create an energised atmosphere in which you burn calories and keep your muscles in shape. Since you control the resistance on your bike, you can determine how vigorous your workout will be. Suitable for …

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Yoga

Yoga classes at the Cascade club are offered by John R. Barkley and Zofia Kumas-Tan. Yin yoga is a slow, deep practice. Yin postures are generally seated, kneeling, or lying-down, supported with blocks or bolsters, and held for 2 to 5 minutes The aim is to give the body’s connective tissues (fascia, tendons, ligaments) a …

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