Our fitness center provides students with two rooms (including a multi-purpose room). There is wide selection of equipment to meet all your fitness needs. We have isotonic and aerobic machines/equipment, free weights, and more.
All our DEC & AEC students have access to our facilities by showing their valid student ID card.
Monday to Friday 7:30am to 6:00pm
In order to respect the physical (social) distance rules, the maximum capacity of each room is:
Fitness Centre (A103): 10
Multipurpose Room (A104): 10
Yoga Studio (A105): 15
For users of the Fitness Centre, Multipurpose room and Yoga Studio.
To protect yourself and others, the Fitness Center has implemented new measures:
An enhanced maintenance and sanitation program for frequently affected tools, equipment and surfaces is also being implemented to intensify cleaning and disinfection and minimize the risk of spread.
For more information on the health measures implemented at the Cégep and the Fitness Center, visit Covid 19 Updates section.
Drop-in Activities Starting August 30th
Studio A-105 with Natasha
12:00- 12:50 Gardening
Outside with Jillian
12:00- 12:50 Zumba
Studio A-105 with Christine
12:00- 12:50 Trail Running
Outside with Ben
12:00- 12:50 Hiking
Outside with Alex
Online with Natasha/A-105
Join Zoom Meeting
12:00-12:50 Personal Training
A-103 with Jean
12:00-12:50 Strength & Endurance training
A-104 with Jeremy
Studio A-105 with Laura
16:00-16:50 Mindfulness &Yoga program
Studio A-105 with Jennifer
Jean will provide guidance and support for individuals who are wondering what to do for workouts. He will provide advise on technic and training options, while giving advice on weight lifting specifics, such as; squat and other complex movement. You will be helped and guided individually to achieve your goals and needs in the weight room.
Jillian will help guide you on gardening techniques, while learning about weeding, planting, harvesting, seed saving, etc. You will be a part of the Heritage Garden in the fall, winter, spring and summer.
Natasha will guide you through a series of different asanas - balancing, forward bending and back bending poses. It will help you stretch out your muscles and help you reset your mind and body for the day. Classes are geared for all levels and everyone is welcome.
H.I.I.T. is a form of interval training. Typically, there are 5 to 7 different exercises. A typical class will consist of a workout called EMOM (every minute on the minute). We do 40 seconds of exercise with a 20 second rest week in between. There is a short warm-up at the beginning and a short cool down at the end. HIIT workouts have inspirational music to help you sweat out any stress that you may have. They are effective and fun. They are geared for all levels of fitness - everyone is welcome! They are offered online or at times will be offered live in the studio.
Connect/Reconnect with yourself and others in a safe and nurturing environment. Find a moment of quietude, reflection and self-awareness in your week. We will achieve this with gentle movements and breathwork, introduction to mindfulness techniques, guided relaxation in a safe, nurturing and compassionate environment.
It’s a full-body workout which is designed as a combination of salsa and aerobics, there’s no right or wrong way to do Zumba. As long as you move to the beat of the music, you’re participating in the exercise. Since the intensity of Zumba is scalable — you’re moving on your own to the beat of the music — it’s a workout that everyone can do at their own intensity level! A standard 40-minute Zumba class burns up to 420 calories throughout the class. You’ll essentially be welcomed into a social situation any time you step into a class. So, who’s ready to dance? Try a Zumba class every Tuesday at noon in Room A105 (Studio).
Join Laura for an all levels Hatha vinyasa flow that incorporates groundwork (meditation, visualizations), breathwork, as well as opening, strengthening, and balancing postures. New to yoga? No problem! Laura's classes are taught with compassion and a light heart. She believes that yoga is for every body, and will give options to keep the practice accessible along the way.
When it comes to learning, our brain is our vehicle, certain foods can impact our moods, our energy and ultimately our learning. So keep calm and eat healthy to study well. Nutritionist Nathalie Rochinski Vieira, provides tips and recipes on video for you to follow.