Insight Newsletter – December 4th, 2020
In this Issue, Please Find:
1. Return to Play Updates -
At this time goalball, hockey and tennis have been suspended until we get further notice from the Provincial Health authorities to start up again.
All programs require you to register with a staff person at BC Blind Sports prior to attending a program.
Please also note that the current recommendation for physical activity is to stay three (3) meters physical distance from anyone else during physical activity. Current provincial orders are that no in person group physical activities are to be offered for adults. Please contact us about checking out our virtual activities. There are also activities for all age groups to try available on our website.
For information on when in person programs will start up again, what you need to know to participate or how to register in any of these sports, please contact Mike Lonergan at the office 604-325-8638 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org and he will give you the details you need to get back in the game. Information on return to sport is also available on our website.
2. Virtual Fitness, Dragon Boat Dryland Training, and Yoga Programs via Zoom -
Schedule is listed below. All classes are approximately 40 min. with a water break at about the 20 min. mark. Also please have a sturdy chair to sit on.
Chair Yoga with Candice. We are pleased to announce a new Chair Yoga class via Zoom. - Candice has been instructing our classes in the Chilliwack area for the past 2 years. She is a 500 Registered Yoga Therapist with experience in a variety of types of yoga. Her approach in yoga therapy is building a practice around the needs of the people she serves. Please see the schedule of classes below and for additional information about this class please contact Susan.
Dragon Boat Dryland Training with Cindy
Fitness with Brian
Chair Yoga with Candice
Zoom Invites for all classes will be sent out no later than one hour
prior to the class.
3. CANADIAN BLIND SPORTS ASSOCIATION’S Women’s Active Living Engagement Network
Canadian Blind Sports Association is pleased to announce the launch of the Women’s Active Living Engagement Network.
This network is for Canadians who identify as female and are blind, partially-sighted, deafblind or visually impaired with a desire to come together and share their personal aspirations and challenges of active living during this time of physical distancing and isolation.
Specific Active Living topics will be chosen according to Network participants’ needs and preferences as we connect with each other and Canadian Blind Sports members and partners to promote health and wellness through the pandemic and beyond.
We will kick off within the next few weeks with a telephone conversation about active living challenges and successes during these unprecedented times. Women together can be a strong collective voice, so spread the word!
If you would like to register or require additional assistance or more information, please email Marilyn Rushton at email@example.com or call 778.386.7951. We look forward to hearing from you!
4. Giftwrapping at Tsawwassen Mills Mall -
Unfortunately, due to the rising number of COVID-19 cases across the country, our giftwrapping fundraiser has been cancelled by the mall management, Thank you to all the volunteers who where scheduled to volunteer. We hope to be back next year to raise some much need funds for our programs and at the same time provide Tsawwassen Mill’s customers with a wonderful service. We appreciate the support we have received from the management and customers at Tsawwassen Mills.
Take care - We hope you are all doing well and staying safe and active. Please contact us if you need some activity suggestions as we move into the holiday season.
From all of us at BC Blind Sports
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