Local Activities & Sport Inventory - Adapted S&C Programs

This section contains information on local adapted activities and inclusive sports

Adapted Fitness

Adapted fitness programs provide individuals with physical limitations a supported safe environment to get exercise and reach toward movement goals.

There are several facilities available to people of all ages and ability with specializations in helping people with spinal cord injuries, amputations, brain injuries, Parkinson’s, strokes, multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy and other impairments.

Organization
PISE
Adapted Programs and Services

Location
4371 Interurban Rd
Victoria, BC  V9E 2C5

National/Provincial/Club
Club:
– Adapted S&C
– Adapted HIIT
– Bootcamp Integrated
– Cycle & Super Cycle

 

Organization
Move Adapted Gym

Contact
Emily Medd
Tel: 778-433-6559
Email: workout@moveadaptedfitness.ca

Location
#302 – 531 Yates Street
Victoria, BC  V8W 1K7

National/Provincial/Club
Club

 

Organization
Special Olympics Victoria 

Contact
https://www.victoriaspecialolympics.com/contact.html

Athletic Club improves physical literacy, strength, flexibility, and cardiovascular fitness of Special Olympics athletes. 

People with a variety of fitness and skill levels participate in Athletic Club; and athletes can participate in some of the activities sitting down if that is more comfortable.

 

Organization
Victoria Wheelchair Sports Association

Contact
Michelle Meckling

strength@victoriawheelchairsports.com

Location
PISE, CARSA, Saanich Rec

National/Provincial/Club
Club:
– Adapted S&C
– Adapted HIIT
– Cycle

 

Organization
Vikes Athletics and Recreation

Contact
Membership Services
Tel: 250-472-4000

Location
Centre for Athletics, Recreation and Special Abilities (CARSA)
University of Victoria
Victoria, BC  V8T 5C2

National/Provincial/Club
Club:
– Adapted S&C
– Adapted Spin

Organization
Special Olympics Victoria 

Contact
https://www.victoriaspecialolympics.com/contact.html

Club Fit provides athletes with an opportunity to be physically active and develop skills and confidence that can be used in other Special Olympics sports. In a positive and enjoyable environment, athletes participate in:

  • Cardiovascular activities (walking/jogging and dance)
  • Strength activities (exercise band activities)
  • Sport skill development (bowling, tee-ball, soccer, and floor hockey)

 

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