Castlegar Complex offering outdoor fitness classes

Activities are starting off slowly in order to ensure that all COVID-related protocols are followed.

Castlegar and District Community Complex. Photo: City of Castlegar

The Castlegar & District Recreation Complex (CRDC) is getting creative with ways to offer programming while the facility’s building remains closed to the public due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Activities are starting off slowly in order to ensure that all COVID-related protocols can be followed.

Two outdoor fitness classes will be the first programs to roll out, but CDRC staff are hard at work making plans for more programs throughout the summer.

The Regional District of Central Kootenay says that all of its indoor recreational facilities including the Castlegar Complex will remain closed until at least August 18.

Registration is now open for Bodyweight Bootcamp and Morning Gentle Vinyasa Flow. With a class size limit of 10, spaces will fill up quickly but there will be a waiting list for those looking for a spot as the programs expand.

RELATED: RDCK closes all indoor recreational facilities until at least August 18

Participants are asked to show up for class ready to work out as there will be no access to change rooms. There is also no access to water fountains, so make sure you bring your own water bottle. However, there will be access to outdoor washrooms.

For more information or to register call the centre at 250-365-3386.

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